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The Lead- January 21

The Lead- January 21

It may have taken five days, but our first baby for 2020 finally arrived before the first week of January was out. Thanks to a little motivation.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Maslin Beach

Maslin Beach

Following a day in the life of a famous nudist beach, Maslin Beach is a film about crazy people involved in crazy misunderstandings and romantic squabbles, on a naked and hilarious search for the meaning of life... and love.
78mins
AusIntPic
Walking Points

Walking Points

Despite modern technology, we haven't created a device that measures up to the success of a dog's ability at detecting cancer at stage 1 or 2, even at pre-cancerous stages.
Escapade
Roomy: Peugeot Rifter

Roomy: Peugeot Rifter

Peugeot's new Rifter is robust proof that not every new model rolled out these days has to be an SUV. This one's a multi-purpose vehicle, or, as Americans would call it, a minivan. It's available with one gasoline and two diesel engines.
Deutsche Welle
The Jammed

The Jammed

They were promised a new life, but ended up trafficked into Melbourne's underworld sex trade. The Jammed is a chilling tale of mysterious disappearances and a race to rescue three girls, with a truth so shocking it could only be based on real events.
89mins
Picture Tank
IDW, Day Three

IDW, Day Three

Day Three of International Dairy Week took place on Tuesday, January 21.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Test it!: Mazda CX-30

Test it!: Mazda CX-30

Mazda has developed the new Skyactiv-X engine for its CX-30. It makes gasoline act like diesel, increasing the ratio of air to fuel and resulting in savings of up to 30 percent.
Deutsche Welle
A Lamborghini With Alexa?

A Lamborghini With Alexa?

Alexa has entered our homes and even posh cars now. From a concept car from Sony, a foldable PC, to a Lamborghini with Alexa built-in, we round up the flashiest of tech from CES 2020.
NDTV
The Lead - January 16

The Lead - January 16

Tonight on The Lead, a clearing sale on February 9 will feature more 70 vehicles, farming equipment and other rare and valuable items.
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Mc Pherson Media
Surveillance shows train crashing into SUV

Surveillance shows train crashing into SUV

A Florida commuter train collided with an SUV and the vehicle's driver has been injured.
1min
Associated Press
Extreme Constructions: Thunder Boat

Extreme Constructions: Thunder Boat

The Thunde Boat is a true "Swiss knife", acting simultaneously as an aircraft base, a commandment post and is equipped as a floating hospital, with the ability to shelter troops, helicopters and vehicles.
Java Films
Meghan Markle's nephew gets reality TV show

Meghan Markle's nephew gets reality TV show

Duchess Meghan's nephew, who runs his own marijuana farm, is getting his own reality TV show.
Bang Media
Freakshakes at Noble Monks

Freakshakes at Noble Monks

Adam from Noble Monks shows us how to make freakshakes.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Money Monitor: Tips for finding affordable dental services

Money Monitor: Tips for finding affordable dental services

Dental services can come with steep price tags that are not always covered by private insurance. Dentist Dr. John Drummond says visiting a teaching clinic can be one way of offsetting some costs.
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Canadian Press
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.
Viewlorium
Celebrity Closeup: Octavia Spencer

Celebrity Closeup: Octavia Spencer

Octavia Spencer grew up in Montgomery, Alabama, the sixth of seven kids in her large family. She was in the drama club in high school, then at college studied English and journalism as well as theatre.
Cover Media
Billboards across Canada to showcase Indigenous women's art

Billboards across Canada to showcase Indigenous women's art

The Resilience Project is putting the work of 50 Indigenous women artists on billboards from coast to coast. Artist Lita Fontaine says the project gives the women a voice.
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Canadian Press
Hundreds of thousands of fish die in Australia

Hundreds of thousands of fish die in Australia

New South Wales authorities blame a mass death of fish along the Darling River in Menindee on a toxic algae bloom caused by changing weather conditions.
1min
Reuters
Banksy prank 'a coup on the art world'

Banksy prank 'a coup on the art world'

An auction house has called a prank by the secretive street artist Banksy which partially shredded a GBP1 million painting immediately after it was sold a "coup on the art world". The artist's Girl With Balloon was bought for GBP1.04 million by a...
1min
Press Association
Utopia

Utopia

John Pilger's damning documentary lifts the veil on Australia's treatment of Aboriginal citizens, branding the living conditions faced by indigenous Australians as the country's dirtiest little secret.
Antidote
Lili Reinhart to star in Chemical Hearts

Lili Reinhart to star in Chemical Hearts

Lili Reinhart is on board for the lead in the film adaptation of Krystal Sutherland's young adult novel 'Our Chemical Hearts'.
Bang Media
Vietnam Veterans Day

Vietnam Veterans Day

Vietnam Veterans Day was held at the Shepparton Cenotaph on August 18. tags; sn, Cenotaph, Shepparton, Vietnam, Veterans Day
1min
Mc Pherson Media
A dying craft by China's 'mermaid descendants'

A dying craft by China's 'mermaid descendants'

A small minority along China’s ‘Black Dragon’ river have a long history with the water. According to legend, the Hezhen people descend from mermaids, but now some of their unique traits, such as their signature fish skin suits, are at risk of vanishing.
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Reuters
Another resignation follows Malta journo's murder

Another resignation follows Malta journo's murder

Another Maltese minister has quit after a paper reported links between her husband, the former assistant police commissioner, and the man suspected ordering the killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia.
1min
Reuters
Backlight - Negotiator in Time of War

Negotiator in Time of War

In Lebanon, 1 in 4 inhabitants is now a refugee. How do the Lebanese deal with this influx? And what impact does it have on the already precarious balance in the region, and beyond? VPRO Backlight follows Dutch UN representative Sigrid Kaag.
VPRO
Chasing God

Chasing God

This film tackles the eternal question: Why do humans believe in a Higher Power?
Ronin
South Africa: Maimane has concerns over citizens voting twice

South Africa: Maimane has concerns over citizens voting twice

Mmusi Maimane, leader of the the main opposition centrist Democratic Alliance (DA) party, shares his concerns over reports that many South African citizens were able to vote more than once in Wednesday's general elections. He says he will be suppo...
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AFP
Convicted Australian former Archbishop delivered home sentence

Convicted Australian former Archbishop delivered home sentence

A former Australian archbishop, the most senior Catholic cleric in the world convicted of concealing child sex abuse, was spared jail on Tuesday when he was ordered to serve his one-year sentence at home.
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Reuters
Tiger snake vs brown snake

Tiger snake vs brown snake

NANNEELLA’S Liz Williams had only seen one snake this summer but said that all went out the window on Friday night. When she witnessed a fight to the death between an Eastern Brown snake and a Tiger snake – in her backyard. Liz said not only did the snakes fight, once the Brown had killed the Tiger it proceeded to eat it. “It was amazing, I didn’t even know they would fight like that, let alone eat one another,” Liz said. “My niece posted some video of the event and I learnt there was a real contrast in people’s reactions – from fascination to fear,” she said. “Half the people who saw our post said they would not be visiting us again.” Liz said there was plenty of water – and frogs – on their property which appeal to the snakes but also means they leave people alone. “I would not usually call a snake catcher for a snake sighting but Merrigum’s Craig Bergman came and when he arrived said he hadn’t seen that before in 20 years in his line of business. “I had assumed the Tiger should have won but Craig told me the Brown will always come out on top. “As the brownie hadn’t finished his meal, Craig very carefully and slowly lifted them into his bag.” Craig rang later to report with only a few centimetres to go the Brown snake must have decided the meal was too big and regurgitated it. He said the Eastern Brown was about 125cm and the Tiger about 100cm.
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Mc Pherson Media
Kangaroo interrupts Australian football match

Kangaroo interrupts Australian football match

Watch a kangaroo dominating a football match in Canberra. The animal invaded the pitch twice during a match between Canberra's two top teams, Canberra Football Club and Belconnen United.
Press Association
Controversial Sexy Property Sales Listing

Controversial Sexy Property Sales Listing

A real estate agent was having trouble gaining attention for a property...
Cover Media
Bungling burglars chase cash as wind blows it away

Bungling burglars chase cash as wind blows it away

CCTV footage of a robbery in Droylsden, Greater Manchester, shows two bungling burglars leaving the scene of a crime with cash trailing behind them.
1min
Press Association
Solar panels

Solar panels

Graphic explaining how solar panels work. A Polish scientist has developed an inkjet processing method for perovskites -- a new generation of cheaper solar cells -- that makes it possible to produce solar panels under lower temperatures, thus shar...
AFP
Lightning strike scares children out trick-or-treating

Lightning strike scares children out trick-or-treating

You expect to get a fright or two when you're out trick-or-treating on Halloween - but not like this. It wasn't ghosts, vampires or witches that gave these kids a scare, but a sudden nearby lightning strike.
1min
Press Association
IDW Youth Show

IDW Youth Show

IDW founder Brian Leslie wraps up the youth show from IDW.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
China confirms spread of coronavirus

China confirms spread of coronavirus

A deadly new virus related to SARS is spreading outside the Chinese city where it first broke out. Officials over the weekend announced that the number of patients has tripled and a third person died.
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Reuters
Deni Ute Muster

Deni Ute Muster

Captivating video from the Deniliquin Ute Muster of circle work.
2mins
Mc Pherson Media
The Ride East Coast

The Ride East Coast

Setting out on their Jet Skis, the boys rode 3,000 kilometres from Sydney to Cairns. Huge waves, blistering heat, sharks, box jellyfish, and crocodiles all stood between them and the finish line. So what drove them to do it?
Escapade
Summer of Love

Summer of Love

Seeking solace after the premature death of her father, Amanda embarks on a passionate affair with a visiting artist Michael, much to the disappointment of her long time boyfriend Tom. But matters soon take a strange twist.
AusIntPic
Cobram Hotel fire

Cobram Hotel fire

Firefighters battling the blaze at the Cobram Hotel.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Highlights from the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

Highlights from the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

Highlights from the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in London. Models included Kendall Jenner, Adriana Lima, Bella and Gigi Hadid, and Winnie Harlow.
Press Association
Harvey Weinstein in handcuffs after being charged with rape

Harvey Weinstein in handcuffs after being charged with rape

Harvey Weinstein has been charged with rape following an investigation by police in New York.
Press Association
Georgia jury awards $1 billion to rape victim

Georgia jury awards $1 billion to rape victim

In an unusual verdict, a jury in Georgia has a awarded $1 billion verdict against a security company after their employee, an apartment complex guard, was convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl.
TRT World
Halsey thanks fans for 'accepting' her vulnerabilities

Halsey thanks fans for 'accepting' her vulnerabilities

American singer Halsey has thanked her fans for being so "accepting" of her vulnerabilities.
Bang Media
AP Debrief: Trump may rollback Trans protections

AP Debrief: Trump may rollback Trans protections

The Trump administration proposed revoking Obama-era discrimination protections for transgender people in health care, a move LGBT groups fear will result in denial of needed medical treatment. AP reporter Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar explains.
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Associated Press
World's only panda triplets get new year treats in China

World's only panda triplets get new year treats in China

The world's only panda triplets celebrated the Chinese New Year in Guangzhou in southern China with specially prepared food.
Press Association
Watch: Christchurch high-school students perform haka at mosque vigil

Watch: Christchurch high-school students perform haka at mosque vigil

Teenagers at a secondary school in Christchurch performed a haka — a ceremonial dance or challenge in Māori culture — in tribute to the victims of the New Zealand mosque shootings.
Euronews
Jellyfish robots could be 'guardians of the oceans'

Jellyfish robots could be 'guardians of the oceans'

Soft robot jellyfish that can swim through openings narrower than their bodies could be used to monitor fragile coral reefs, say scientists. Several of the robots, propelled by hydraulic-powered tentacles, have been tested squeezing through holes...
Press Association