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Tuesday, 13 February

22:42

Andrea Keller from saxophone to piano "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

Pianist, composer and educator Andrea Keller has won just about every jazz award available in Australia. She has won three ARIA Awards, five Australian Jazz Bell Awards, two Art Music Awards, an APRA Professional Development Award, and fellowships from the Freedman Foundation and the Australia Council. She has performed in every format from solo piano to big bands. She has played with the absolute greats of Australian Jazz including Bernie McGann, Allan Browne and Ten Part Invention as well as with many international visitors. Originally from Sydney Andrea moved to Melbourne to study in the early 1990s. On September 17th she is back in Sydney to perform with long time collaborator Tim Wilson on saxophone and bassist Christopher Hale. Eastsides Mick Paddon has interviewed Andrea Keller for his show Time and Space talking about everything from how she first made her move from the saxophone section of a big band, to the piano stool, how she got into jazz, why she has been reluctant to call herself a jazz musician and what we can expect to hear from her Tim and Christopher when they perform at Foundry 616. She also selected two pieces of music which are important to her. You can hear the interview with Andrea on Time and Space at 2.30 on Wednesday February 14th. After that it will be posted on the Eastside Radio website as a podcast

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21:55

Neighbourhood Houses Newlands Community News

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Updated program at Coburg Community Houses!



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Free Newlands Community News

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Great comfy two-seater couch free to good home! 

Some surface wear on the cushions but otherwise in good condition. Would be fine with a cover or perfect for a deck or patio. 

Pick up from Coburg North this weekend. 

Lauren - 0401 635 072.


21:22

PET ANTICS The Westsider

A showering cat? Fancy that!

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15:51

OnlyMelbourne Newsletter #581 onlymelbourne

Read Online Newsletter | #581 | What's On this WeekWelcome to Newsletter | #581 What's On this Week in marvellous Melbourne Tuesday 13th February 2018 to Monday 19th February 2018 Valentine's Day: Wednesday 14th February 2018 The day to celebrate our love for one another.. Thing's To Do On Valentine's Day | Petals Online Florist Valentine's at Sofitel Melbourne On Collins .nobrtable br { display: none } Watch the sun go down on level 35 over champagne and dinner for the perfect couple-centric night out. Valentine's Dinner | Sofitel | Melbourne On Collins | Book Now Lunar New Year Festivals .nobrtable br { display: none } Year of the DOG | Chinese New Year's Day - Friday, February 16, 2018 Melbourne plays host to a number of festivals in the CBD and suburbs. Box Hill - Saturday 17 February 2018 Chinatown - Sunday 18 February 2018 Federation Square - Saturday 17 February 2018 Glen Waverley - Sunday 25 February 2018 Melbourne - Crown - Friday 16th - Sunday 18th February 2018 Melbourne - Chinatown - Friday 16th - Sunday 18th February 2018 Melbourne - Projections - Melbourne Museum and Royal Exhibition Building Point Cook Lunar New Year Festival - Saturday 24 February 2018 Preston Central & Market - Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th February 2018 Lunar New Year Festivals 2018 White Night | Saturday 17 February 2018 - 7pm - 7am .nobrtable br { display: none } Alight, alive and shining more brightly under the cover of dark, White Night returns with with Music Exhibition Projection and Performance. White Night Melbourne | White Night Ballarat Apollo Bay Seafood Festival .nobrtable br { display: none } Be captivated, provoked and inspired as you explore this unique festival of events. 16-18 February 2018 | Apollo Bay Seafood Festival Virtual Reality Experiences .nobrtable br { display: none } The Viri Experience will engage your senses through an 80 minute virtual reality immersion with your friends. Virtual Reality Immersion | VIRI - Melbourne CBD | Book Online Insomnia Race .nobrtable br { display: none } Insomnia Race is a night time car based team competition full of mind-bending puzzles, tricky challenges and crazy flash mobs. Next: Friday 23rd of February 2018 | Insomnia Race | Book Now Festivals This Weekend .nobrtable br { display: none } Sustainable Living Festival - February 2018 Beaumaris Festival - Sunday 18th of February 2018 Festival of Glass (Drysdale) - Sunday 18th of February 2018 Latrobe Valley Maltese Festa - Saturday 17th of February 2018 Riverboats Music Festival - February 16-18, 2018 Yarraville Festival Sunday 18th of February 2018 Galentines Weekend (Milawa) - February 17-18, 2018 Yarra Valley Ice Cream Festival - February 14-25, 2018 Melbourne Festival Guide This Week: 13 - 19 February 2018 .nobrtable br { display: none } Cupid's Undie Run 2018 Elect...

11:29

SIMAS Summer Jazz Rolls On "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

SIMAs Summer Jazz is excited to announce coming Saturday, February 17th, three of Melbournes finest young jazz musicians along with Laurence Pike will be at Foundry 616 for a great night of jazz music!

Laurence Pike 8 p.m.

One of the most creative drummers of his generation, Laurence Pike is best known for his duo albums with Mike Nock and his groups PVt and Triosk. Laurence has recently been developing a singular language alone at the drum kit, using the sampler to expand its sonic potential. This has culminated in his forthcoming solo album, Distant Early Warning, due for international release in 2018. Discard conventional notions of the role of the drummer, and explore an ecstatic music...

10:11

MACKAY Teacher facing 74 sex abuse charges after her arrest overseas "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

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Teacher facing 74 sex abuse charges after her arrest overseas

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10:01

Man charged with $1.2m fraud from medical supply company "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

A former employee of a medical supply company has been charged after allegedly fraudulently obtaining more than $1.2 million from the company.

Detectives from the Financial Crimes Squads Corporate Corruption Team commenced an investigation following reports payments had been made to various personal bank accounts after fraudulent and altered invoices were submitted between July 2015 and February 2017.

Following extensive inquiries, detectives met with a 25-year-old man at North Melbourne Police Station in Victoria yesterday (Monday 12 February 2018).

The South Yarra man was issued with a Future Court Attendance Notice for 39 counts of fraud.

Police will allege in court the man used his position of trust and managerial responsibilities to create fraudulent invoices or fraudulently alter invoices for payment into bank accounts he controlled.

He also allegedly used a company-issued credit card to make unauthorised and fraudulent payments to another company of which he was the sole director.

The total amount of the payments was $1,237,806.

He is due to appear at Downing Centre Local Court on Monday 26 March 2018.

Inquiries are continuing.

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08:00

February 13 On This Day in Australian History "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

1790 - Less than three months after Bennelong's capture, on 13 February 1790, Phillip passed on the names and locations of eight coastal clans in a dispatch to Lord Sydney at the Home Office in London. Bennelong
also told Phillip that one-half of those who inhabit this part of the country had died from smallpox.

1829 - Father Therry married John Hart and Mary Brooker at Five Islands, Illawarra.

1832 - Drumming the 3 R's into their heads, Kings School at Parramatta opened for business.

1837 - Two days after his arrival in Adelaide, John Barton Hack wrote in his diary:
"The thermometer is about 104 degrees in the shade and it is such a warm welcome we are rather overcome by it."

1858 - The Eli  Lafont was a  French barque having a rather rough time of it when she became stranded between two rocks near Black Head, Western Port. She was tootling from Hong Kong to Melbourne with a cargo of tea valued at about 30,000 but after an inspection by marine surveyors, the vessel was condemned, stores were removed, and the wreck abandoned.

1861 -  The 4-man Burke party began their 700-mile return to Coopers Creek under constant rain.

1866 - The Infamous Parliamentary Mace that went on an extended tour of a brothel was first used in the Legislative Assembly.

1869 - This day was proclaimed a day of humiliation and prayer in NSW as people offered prayers for an end to the prolonged drought.

1888 - The Blayney - Demondrille Railway Line (NSW) was opened from Blayney - Cowra.

1896 The Brisbane River ferry Pearl capsized, killing 28. Foundered after collided with SS Lucinda in the Brisbane River this being one of the worst disasters in Queensland maritime history, and the worst to date.  The Pearl was operating as a ferry as the Victoria Bridge was under repair after floods. The ferry struck the anchor chain of the Lucinda, and sank within a minute.

1898 - The ship Amy was wrecked somewhere off Thirroul, NSW on this day. Police found wreckage scattered over a wide area of beach and a lifeboat lying on the sand. Apparently when she struck, the crew lowered a man on a plank to try and take a line ashore, but the current was too strong. They then took to the rigging, but when she broke up all eight men were lost.

1907 The Northern Territory was transferred to the Commonwealth by South Australia.

1911 - New Guinea was a ship who ran ashore during a fog at Disaster Bay, half a mile from the Green Cape lighthouse. The ship slipped back into deep water and eventually became a total loss. The Sydney Court of Marine Inquiry decided that the master had erred in following the coast too close in, and sailing at full speed when fog had reduced visibility. She now lies between the wrecks of City...

07:30

Sydney FC ready for Asian Champions League action "IndyWatch Feed Sydney"

Sydney FC has named a 26-man squad its supremo, Graham Arnold, believes gives the reigning A-League champions a fighting chance to claim the 2018 AFC [more]

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05:34

Malka Leifer Alleged child sex-offender arrested in Israel faked mental illness to avoid extradition to Australia "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

It appears Malka Leifer, an alleged sex-offending school headmistress at a Jewish School in Melbourne Australia, who fled Australia ten years ago before Australian authorities could jail her, will be extradited to Australia to face court.

 

ABC News Australia

Malka Leifer Alleged child sex-offender arrested in Israel faked mental illness to avoid extradition to Australia

13 February 2018

Israeli police have re-arrested Malka Leifer, the former Melbourne school principal who is wanted in Victoria on 74 charges of child sexual abuse, alleging she faked a mental illness in order to avoid extradition to Australia.

Ms Leifer is accused of sexually abusing several pupils while she was a teacher and principal at the ultra-orthodox Adass Israel girls school in Melbourne.

In 2008, when the allegations were first raised, Ms Leifer fled to Israel. She was then arrested by Israel police in 2014 when Australia filed a request for her extradition.

Ms Leifer was released on bail and managed to avoid every single one of her extradition hearings in the last three years, claiming she suffered from panic attacks and anxiety and was too unwell to face the court.

Two weeks ago, she again claimed mental illness during her most recent appearance before a psychiatric review board.

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05:30

Malka Leifer- Female pedophile headmistress who preyed on a secretive Jewish community in Melbourne and has fled to Israel "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

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Most pedophiles are men. Women pedophiles are rare.

The case below in Melbourne, Australia is ongoing and I thought Id bring this case to the attention of my readers because it shows how a female pedophile exploits their position of trust and how they groom their victims.

ABC New Australia

7 April 2016

Malka Leifer manipulated us: Alleged paedophile who preyed on secretive Jewish community

Somewhere in an ultra-Orthodox enclave of Israel, former Melbourne school principal Malka Leifer continues to evade extradition to face criminal charges in Australia. Now one of her alleged victims speaks out for the first time.

By Sophie McNeill

00:16

Another how low can they go moment courtesy of the Catholic Church in Australia "IndyWatch Feed Politics.au"



The Sydney Morning Herald, 12 February 2018:

The Catholic Church in Australia is worth tens of billions of dollars, making it one of the countrys biggest non-government property owners, and massively wealthier than it has claimed in evidence to major inquiries into child sexual abuse.

A six-month investigation by The Sydney Morning Herald has found that the church misled the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse by grossly undervaluing its property treasures in both NSW and Victoria while claiming that increased payments to abuse victims would require cuts to its social programs.
The investigation was based on intricate data from local councils that allowed more than 1860 valuations of church-owned property in Victoria. That showed that across 36 municipalities - including nearly all of metropolitan Melbourne - the church had land and buildings worth almost $7 billion in 2016.

Extrapolated nationally, using conservative assumptions, the church owns property worth more than $30 billion Australia-wide.

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Monday, 12 February

23:57

Wanted Newlands Community News

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Does anyone know where I can hire out a registered commercial kitchen by the hour? If so, I would love to hear about it! You can call or text Jess on 0403 909 755.

23:57

Free Newlands Community News

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Free dresser. Comes with a mirror. 

Text Juan 0415 453 840. 

Cheers.

 

23:56

FREE Netball Event this Week! Newlands Community News

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Thursday Netball Victoria through Rock Up Netball will host a NETBALL FESTIVAL.  

There are a number of family-friendly activities for all ages. 

Netball Victoria will be delivering NetSetGO (Ages 5-10), Drills & Skills (Ages 10-15) and a Play Festival (15+). Melbourne Vixens player Khao Watts will be attending from 6pm. There will also be plenty of giveaways on the night!

For the Play Festival (15+), a participant will win a Samsung Gear Fit2, so please encourage any of the parents at the club to get involved! 
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23:51

Pilot Program Newlands Community News

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Hello, Newlanders!

I am running a workshop pilot for new and expecting parents in late Feb and looking for interested participants. It's about the Transition to Parenthood and how to rock it! And because it's a pilot it is really cheap! ($50) per couple.
If you know a couple who would be interested in working through steps to explore their expectations, develop a personalised toolkit to help them through the transition to parenthood, learn strategies to help them face the changes and challenges and deepen their relationship at this ripe time, then please share!
Participants will be learning from an evidence-based model based on over 15 years of research, guided by two inspired and passionate facilitators. 
This is the stuff we wished we had learned before becoming parents and we are so excited to bring this work out into the world!
Note: this is a workshop on parenthood not parenting, but sets you up well for parenting as a team.

Please feel free to email or call me for more info and please share!
 

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14:30

Interviewing Pink Floyds Roger Waters about Palestine "IndyWatch Feed Politics.au"

Last Friday night in Melbourne, I interviewed Pink Floyds Roger Waters alongside Palestinian writer Randa Abdel-Fattah. The event was organised by the Australia Palestine Advocacy Network. Waters is in Australia on his massive Us and Them world tour (which I saw on Saturday night and it was one of the most spectacular music performances Ive ever seen).

The Q&A was a unique public event, over 500 people attended, and we discussed the Middle East, Donald Trump, Palestine and his politics over decades. He was frank, funny and refreshingly down to earth. Unsurprisingly, Australian, pro-Israel politician Michael Danby condemned the event, including my involvement, but got both my names wrong in his press release.

Full video of the evening is coming soon but in the meantime heres a story from popular music website, Noise 11:

Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters gave his time for the Australia Palestine Advocate Network in Melbourne on Friday and while explaining the issues between Palestine and Israel also took aim at a number of his fellow artists Elton John, Thom Yorke, Steven Tyler, Steve Van Zandt and Nick Cave.

Roger Waters has been working tirelessly since 2006 to try and bridge peace between Palestine and Israel after being confronted by Israeli fans at one of his concerts in Tel Aviv after calling on them to make peace with their neighbours 12 years ago.

Ever since he has campaigned for musicians to boycott performances in Israel and recently praised Lorde for doing so. However, he hasnt had the same reaction from others.

In Melbourne, Roger Waters sat down for a Q&A for the Australia Palestine Advocacy Network (APAN).

During his talk for APAN Waters called Thom Yorke a self-obsessed, narcissistic, drippy little prick and Elton John Queen Mum. He also called out Nick Cave for saying he was bullying him, said fuck you to Steve Van Zandt and referred to Steven Tyler as an old lady.

Waters has been spreading the message to help mend the Middle East situation after that personal confrontation at his gig.

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13:32

The Electricity of Attractor "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

Indonesias tour-de-force music duo Senyawa and Melbourne choreographic luminaries Lucy Guerin and Gideon Obarzanek join forces with two of Australias leading dance companies for Perth Festival, 8th-10th February at the State Theatre Centre.

Senyawa reinterprets the Javanese tradition of entering trance through dance and music as a powerful, contemporary ritual. As the performance unfolds, their unusual fusion of hand-made electrified stringed instruments with operatic melodies and heavy metal vocals slowly builds to a euphoric pitch while the dancers are propelled into ecstatic physical abandonment.

Each performance, 20 unrehearsed participants join the performers on stage dissolving the distinction between dancer and non-dancer, audience and performer in a cross-cultural, shared ritual.

Play Attractor

12:44

BARRISTER GOES BERSERK! Elite Melbourne lawyer under police investigation over alleged homophobic rage at cabaret club "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

EXCLUSIVE: A high-profile Melbourne barrister and member of the Victorian Bar, Peter H Clarke, is currently under police investigation while a restraining order has also been sought against the lawyer following an alleged homophobic assault last December, a day before new laws were enacted in Australia allowing gay people to get married. As well as

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11:31

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09:12

Vast wealth of Catholic church revealed "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

The Catholic Church has been revealed as Victorias largest non-government property owner, casting doubt over claims it would be forced to cut social work if forced to compensate victims of clergy sexual abuse.

An investigation by Fairfax Media published on Monday reports that the church appears to own more than $30 billion in property and other assets across Australia.

Fairfax estimated the churchs Victorian portfolio to be about $9 billion, but in evidence to the royal commission in 2014 it valued its Melbourne properties at $109 million.

The apparent wealth of the church contrasts with findings by the royal commission, which found the average payout by the churchs compensation scheme established by former archbishop George Pell 20 years ago was $35,000 or less for those who had been abused by clergy.

These figures confirm what we have known; there is huge inequity between the Catholic Churchs wealth and their responses to survivors, Helen Last, chief executive of the In Good Faith Foundation, which supports abuse survivors told Fairfax.

The 600 survivors registered for our foundations services continue to experience minimal compensation and lack of comprehensive care in relation to their church abuses. They say their needs are the lowest of church priorities.

The government is rolling out a redress scheme for survivors from July 1, fulfilling a key recommendation of the child abuse royal commission.

The Catholic Church, which had already promised to join the national redress scheme, urged the states and territories to act.

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08:00

FAT TUESDAY The NORTHSIDER

Put your crpe making hat on and get ready for Mardi Gras.

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00:15

Unite the Struggle "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

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In this program we are lucky enough to be able to speak with Combat Wombats Izzy Brown live and direct from Melbourne.

Izzy always has some incredible projects underway or planned.

Last time we spoke to her she was turning her ambitious refugee music project United Struggle into a musical.

She tells us all about the production and a planned t...

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Sunday, 11 February

23:03

Found Newlands Community News

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This little black cat has turned up at our house. Very sweet friendly and playful. 
0415 675 585.


22:23

Zero G - 29 January 2017 Episode 1170 "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

ZERO-G #1170

Title: A Few Little Things Podcast Title: Journey To The Pod

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan & Megan McKeough. This week: Tuning into the buzz about the ANT-MAN AND THE WASP trailer; UPSTART CROW, a sitcom about Shakespeare (truly!); STAR TREK DISCOVERY wrap ups; the NEW LEGENDS OF MONKEY, and more!

For playlists, show notes, and news see the 3RRR website at:

http://www.rrr.org.au/program/zero-g/playlists

Follow @zerogrobjan on Twitter and Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/ZeroGRadio

Zero G broadcasts live from Melbourne Australia on Mondays at 1pm AEST

21:49

FORGOTTEN SHED OF MEMORIES The Westsider

Who doesn't have a memory of Festival Hall?

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Wednesday, 31 January

22:38

Kim Scotts Taboo at the Book Group "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Kim Scott, Taboo (Macmillan Australia 2017)

taboo.jpegBefore the meeting: Regretfully, Im short of time to write about Taboo. Its a very different book from Kim Scotts That Deadman Dance. That earlier novel engages with the early history of Western Australian colonisation with almost superhuman breadth of sympathy and already has classic status. This one is set in the twenty-first century, and follows a group of Noongar people who are returning to the site of a massacre with the hope of making things right reestablishing contact with the old people, and with culture and language, and making some kid of reconciliation with the descendants of the perpetrators.

Taboo is based squarely in Kim Scotts experience as an activist in language reclamation in Western Australia. Ive just watched a video of a talk he gave on the subject at Melbourne University in 2012, in which he speaks about the responsibility and obligations of being a descendant of the people who first created human society in this part of the world and keep that sense of society alive. He speaks with modesty, charm, humour, and great power. It is a revelatory 50 minutes. I doubt if he had even started writing Taboo at th...

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Thursday, 21 September

15:07

Smart Arts 21 September 2017 "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

Richard is joined by Simon Maidment from the NGVA about their new work Gareth Sansom: Transformer, Perth centred Fringe performers Mark Storen and Georgia King in the work The One; and finally Flying Fruit Fly Circus artistic director Jodie Farrugia chats about Junk showing at the Arts Centre in Melbourne. 

Tuesday, 19 September

14:30

Zero G - 18 September 2017 Episode 1151 "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

ZERO-G #1151 Title:You're Next

Podcast Title: Invasion of the poddy snatchers 1151

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan & Megan McKeough. This week: interview with Zero-G fave ROB LLOYD about his Melbourne Fringe show INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS; and we head to the sewers to float with IT.

For playlists, show notes, and news see the 3RRR website at:

http://www.rrr.org.au/program/zero-g/playlists

Follow @zerogrobjan on Twitter and Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/ZeroGRadio

Zero G broadcasts live from Melbourne Australia on Mondays at 1pm AEST

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