The Stagers - Pillar Talk

Pillar Talk

Matthew is tasked with staging a condo in a prestigious new building -- the tallest in the city. The view is incredible, but it's not the first thing people notice. Instead, they're confronted with three gigantic pillars in the living room and master bedroom that make for an awkward layout. Matthew and his assistant Sarah will have to work around these obstacles and transform the oddly designed property into one that lives up to the million-dollar view.
Rare Breed - February

February

It is early spring and that means lambing season in Fermanagh. David Wilson has a tricky task getting a ewe to adopt a lamb. There is TB testing going on in Ballymena. Near Ardglass Allan Chambers has one eye firmly on the weather - he's trying a new venture this year, malt barley. Across our other farms it is a time for hedge cutting and maintenance. The slurry teams are hard at work but they take a break for a major event in the farming year - the Mullahead Ploughing Match.
Snowdonia 1890 - Cold Comfort

Cold Comfort

It's the first day of spring on the Jones and Braddock families' 1890 Smallholding, but the weather is less than seasonal. Heavy snow closes the Quarry, but doesn't deter the Landlord's Agent from making an impromptu inspection. Now in their third week of Victorian life, the families are learning that they may have few rights in their harsh new world but they do have each other.
Bespoke's Pearkes Says Economic Impact of Rates Is Underestimated

Bespoke's Pearkes Says Economic Impact of Rates Is Underestimated

George Pearkes, Bespoke Investment Group global macro strategist, discusses the economic impact of interest rates with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu, Julia Chatterley and Joe Weisenthal on "What'd You Miss?"
Leyland's Australia - Murray River To The Warrumbungles

Murray River To The Warrumbungles

Leaving Victoria behind the Leylands find themselves in New South Wales where they meet a farmer who still uses traditional farming methods. Next they visit Dubbo before heading for the sensational Warrumbungle Ranges.
The Stagers - Pillar Talk
The Stagers
Pillar Talk
Rare Breed - February
Rare Breed
February
Snowdonia 1890 - Cold Comfort
Snowdonia 1890
Cold Comfort
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Bespoke's Pearkes Says Economic Impact of Rates Is Underestimated
Leyland's Australia - Murray River To The Warrumbungles
Leyland's Australia
Murray River To The Warrumbungles

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Game On - Episode 14

Game On - Episode 14

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Game On - Episode 13

Game On - Episode 13

Game On - Episode 13
Steam Rally Echuca Moama

Steam Rally Echuca Moama

Echuca Moama celebrated the long weekend with a look back to yesteryear at the annual Steam Rally.
BTS: Winter Photo Shoot

BTS: Winter Photo Shoot

Behind the scenes of the the “Winter is here” photo shoot by the Riverine Herald team along the banks of the Murray River.
Game On - Episode 11

Game On - Episode 11

Game On - Episode 11.
Echuca-Moama Community Reconciliation Walk

Echuca-Moama Community Reconciliation Walk

Uncle Rick Ronnan speaks at Echuca-Moama Reconciliation Walk today.
Stick insect owner

Stick insect owner

Moama’s Vanessa Arnold shows Bella magazine how special her stick insects are.
The Lead 0624 FINAL

The Lead 0624 FINAL

Today we launch The Lead with Kimberley Price, brought to you by Kia Echuca. Kim will present stories about local people in the news every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.
Rosie Batty

Rosie Batty

Rosie Batty was the guest speaker at a Shepparton Chamber of Commerce event.
2018 MFL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP13

2018 MFL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP13

The panel discusses another big weekend of Murray football and netball. The boys will be out at Echuca South Recreation Reserve to bring you yet another live stream from the game between the Eagles and Barooga.
2018 GVL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP13

2018 GVL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP13

Foxy and JR welcome new Shepparton Swans coach Paul Hawke to the panel this week to discuss his mid-season appointment at the helm of the young squad.
2018 PDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP12

2018 PDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP12

Get around this week's Picola and District Football Netball League Footy Show - we've got previews of what is going to be massive day between Waaia and Blighty with both the football and netball clashes set to be wild.
2018 KDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP12

2018 KDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP12

Foxy, JR and Lauren discuss round 11 of th eKyabram District Football Netball League
Refugee Week

Refugee Week

Refugee Week was launched in Shepparton with a celebratory event.
Echuca belts out the song

Echuca belts out the song

Echuca belts out the song after a massive win over Rochester.
Simon Maddox

Simon Maddox

Echuca co-coach Simon Maddox talks about his side's victory over Rochester.
Echuca 3QT address

Echuca 3QT address

Echuca co-coach Simon Maddox revs up his troops at the final change of their clash against Rochester.
Goulburn Weir Nagambie

Goulburn Weir Nagambie

A delegation from the National museum in Canberra visited the site
2018 GVL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP12

2018 GVL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP12

Foxy and JR discuss round 10 of the Goulburn Valley League and Lauren Bordin jumps in with the netball.
2018 PDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP11

2018 PDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP11

In this week's PDFL Footy Show the gang breaks down the red-hot race for finals and how the chasing teams can work their way back into the playoff picture.
2018 KDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP11

2018 KDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP11

Foxy, JR and Lauren discuss football and netball ahead of round 10 of the Kyabram District Football Netball League.
2018 MFL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP12

2018 MFL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP12

Foxy, JR and Tyler talk about everything you need to know ahead of another round of Murray league football and netball action.
2018 Echuca V Shepp Round 9

2018 Echuca V Shepp Round 9

Echuca v Shepparton live stream round nine 2018 GVL David Fox, John Ryan, Alex Mitchell, Lauren Bordin Produced by Haig Lindsay
2018 GVL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP11

2018 GVL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP11

Foxy and JR chat about round nine of the GVL 2018 Lauren talking netball Special guests Glenn Gibson- Blue Ribbon -Laurie Casey
2018 MFL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP11

2018 MFL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP11

Murray Football League action is heating up again. Ex-AFL player Cameron Cloke looks destined to land at Barooga. The Hawks are also on the move in the Murray Netball League ranks.
2018 PDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP10

2018 PDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP10

In this week's big round 10 preview, the boys talk about Waaia's clash with Strathmerton, the continued good form of Blighty and its trip to tackle Katamatite, as well as Katunga's continued struggles against the top sides.
2018 KDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP10

2018 KDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP10

Foxy and JR Kyabram District Football Netball Show round nine.
MEAC

MEAC

The Mooroopna Education & Activity Centre features local artists in its foyer.
Royal Wedding Dress

Royal Wedding Dress

Former Shepparton woman Tess Rankin recreated Meghan Markle's Givenchy royal wedding gown in just 10 hours after it was unveiled.
2018 PDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP9

2018 PDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP9

This week on the PDFNL Footy Show, the gang launches into previews for a big round of action, which includes Picola's potentially season-defining clash with Waaia.
2018 MFL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP10

2018 MFL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP10

Round nine Murray Football League and Murray Netball League action is previewed by Foxy, JR and Tyler. Tyler also catches up with Congupna Football Netball Club netballers Brittany Orchard and Ebony Peters.
2018 KDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP9

2018 KDFNL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP9

Foxy JR and Lauren see what could take place in round eight of Kyabram District Football League action.
Citizenship ceremony

Citizenship ceremony

Australia has gained 40 new citizens following a citizenship ceremony in Shepparton. The ceremony saw families and individuals of 11 different nationalities gather to pledge their loyalty to the country
Eagle attacks drone

Eagle attacks drone

Drones versus eagles – Australia’s growing drone industry is regularly under attack by the country’s birds of prey.
Joe Clarke Shepparton RSL volunteer

Joe Clarke Shepparton RSL volunteer

Joe Clarke was awarded a Long Service volunteers award for more than 60 years at the RSL.
Man arrested for death in Mooroopna

Man arrested for death in Mooroopna

A man has been arrested for the death of another man in Mooroopna.
Mooroopna gas leak

Mooroopna gas leak

CFA and police attended the Mooroopna Hub after a small gas leak from a stove. Users and children from the kindergarten next were evacuated.
Mooroopna Police incident 2

Mooroopna Police incident 2

Police have arrested a man following the death of another man in Mooroopna last night. Emergency services attended at a McKean street address at about 8.50pm, following what was described as an altercation by police.
Euroa coach JD Hayes address his players at quarter time

Euroa coach JD Hayes address his players at quarter time

Euroa coach JD Hayes address his players at quarter time in the GVL match against Shepparton at Deakin Reserve.
Waaia coach Matt Brown quarter time address

Waaia coach Matt Brown quarter time address

Waaia coach Matt Brown quarter time address in the PDFNL match against Mathoura.
GVL Echuca quarter time address

GVL Echuca quarter time address

Echuca playes listen to the quarter time address in the GVL match against Mooroopna.
Autumn Festival of Orchids

Autumn Festival of Orchids

A bloom of Orchids were awarded on Saturday at the Autumn Festival of Orchids
Sorry Day commemorations

Sorry Day commemorations

Wreaths were laid and personal experiences shared during yesterday’s Sorry Day commemorations at Monash Park in Shepparton. Hundreds of school students, aboriginal elders, public serviceman and community members gathered.
Congupna netballers get new dresses

Congupna netballers get new dresses

Congupna co-captains Brittany Orchard and Ebony Peters.
Sweet potatoes cause Hume closure

Sweet potatoes cause Hume closure

North bound lanes on the Hume Freeway, near Benalla, are closed to traffic after a truck carrying a load of sweet potatoes collided with a vehicle overnight.

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The Burning Season

Dorjee Sun, a young Australian Entrepreneur, believes there's money to be made from protecting rainforests in Indonesia, saving the orangutan from extinction and making a real impact on climate change. Armed with a laptop and a backpack, he sets out across the globe to find investors in his carbon trading scheme. It is a battle against time. Achmadi, the palm oil farmer is ready to set fire to his land to plant more palm oil, and Lone's orangutan centre has reached crisis point with over 600 orangutans rescued from the fires. The Burning Season is an eco-thriller about a young man not afraid to confront the biggest challenge of our time.
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Pope warns energy bosses of global destruction without fuel shift

Climate change risks destroying humanity - that was Pope Francis' stark warning to the world's top oil executives during a two-day conference at the Vatican. He called on top oil executives from Exxon Mobil, BP and the Norwegian firm Equinor to help the world convert to clean fuels to avoid catastrophe. He told the energy leaders and investors, quote: "The world needs a new energy mix that combats pollution, eliminates poverty and promotes social justice." It was a closed door event, only open to cameras for a few of his words. Pope Francis has long backed scientific consensus that climate change is caused by human activity. In 2015 he wrote a major document on global warming and described it as "worrying" that the search for new fossil fuel reserves is still ongoing. Investors and world powers have called on the energy industry to play a bigger role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and meet the goals set out in the 2015 climate agreement signed in Paris.
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The Inertia Trap

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The Lost Aviator

Set in the Golden Age of Aviation, Andrew Lancaster follows the life and times of his great uncle, Captain Bill Lancaster. Against his family's wishes, he uncovers a fascinating tale of high adventures, obsession, a love triangle and a sensational murder trial.
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Backlight - Aleksander Litvinenko

Aleksander Litvinenko

It started as a possible case of food poisoning, but within weeks turned into a grim spectacle of enormous political proportions. Aleksander Litvinenko, former member of the Russian secret service, died in his place of residence London last November, after having been poisoned with a radioactive substance. The search for the possible perpetrators lead to a political difficult situation that reminded us of the dark days of the Cold War. Three years ago Aleksander Litvinenko told his life story to documentary maker Jos De Putter. It is a wild tale full of conspiracies, assassination attempts and imputations. Litvinenko talks about his time with the secret service, about his experience in Chechnya, and in particular about the series of bomb attacks on Russian territory that led to the seizure of power by Vladimir Putin. According to Litvinenko those attacks were the work of the secret service. After Litvinenko's funeral in December 2006, Backlight spoke to Litvinenko's widow. Marina Litvinenko is writing a book about her husband. The book will be published in May 2007 and the film rights have already been sold to Columbia Pictures. In this unique interview, she speaks about how they first met, how they fled to England and she speaks about Aleksander's death agony. We also see Litvinenko's father Walter, with Chechen leader and Litvinenko's closest friend Akhmed Zakayev and the prominent Russian exile Vladmir Bukovsky, also a friend of Litvinenko. The result is an impressive 55-minute portrait of a former spy whose death brought him worldwide fame.
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Backlight - The Bureau of Digital Sabotage

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We seem to be prisoners of a worldwide digital web, created by governments and Silicon Valley. How do we stay in control of our own data? Are there ways to escape the digital dystopia? Communication among citizens and consumers is intercepted and monitored on a large scale. We thought the digital revolution would make us into communicating world citizens. But now we seem to be prisoners of a worldwide digital web. Are we the last generation to have taken privacy and freedom for granted? How do we become aware of the new digital reality?
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Reese Witherspoon releases a dress named after her character from 'Big Little Lies'

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