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Quincy Access Television (QATV)

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Daily news updates from AM Quincy on Quincy Access Television. AM Quincy is a live audio show that can be heard Monday-Friday, 7am to 9am on QATV-8 (Quincy Access Television, Quincy, Massachusetts) and QATV.org. Hosted by QATV's Joe Catalano, AM Quincy features news, weather, traffic and music to get your day started. AM Quincy is the only locally produced, daily show covering news and events in the City of Quincy.
 
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Galnet News Updates

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Galnet News Updates

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From the Galaxy of Elite Dangerous, we bring you the latest news updates. These in-universe news reports help keep commanders up-to-date with information about what is happening in the Federation, the Empire and Alliance, and in the Independent systems. We follow the fortunes of the politicians, of the corporations and of the alien species, the Guardians and the Thargoids. These updates are also available on video: https://www.youtube.com/GalnetNewsDigest
 
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Russia blames Ukraine for the latest drone strikes in its territory; Indonesia formally bans sex outside of marriage; And in football, Morocco makes history as the first Arab nation to reach the World Cup quarterfinals [[after defeating Spain]].
 
REAL ID deadline pushed again, this time to 2025. Portland Timbers sign Brazilian midfielder for record transfer. Kenny & Zuke’s is leaving downtown Portland, headed to North Portland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesโดย The Oregonian/OregonLive
 
The free blog — add your email: https://davidseaman.substack.com In today’s Sunday news round-up on the podcast: Iran has abolished its highly controversial “morality police,” which would apprehend and in some cases allegedly torture peaceful protesters and social media content creators who had run afoul of the Islamic country’s strict cultural law…
 
Rates go up again as the Reserve Bank tries to bring inflation under control; sitcom star Kirstie Alley dies at 71; and in sport, New Zealand clears the way for trans athletes to compete in community sport without having to prove their gender.
 
The Prime Minister's office confirms National Cabinet will meet virtually on Friday; the Australian Government invests over 300 million dollars in the education of First Nations children; and in sport, female boxers in Cuba celebrate as they are allowed to compete for the first time in six decades.
 
At least 27 people killed in a landslide in northwestern Colombia; New Zealand to launch a Royal Commission to investigate its COVID responses; Croatia through to the World Cup quarter finals after beating Japan in the tournament's first penalty shootout.
 
Public defender shortage leads to dropped criminal cases in Portland. Long lines at Oregon gun stores. The ‘Goonies’ house sells to anonymous fan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesโดย The Oregonian/OregonLive
 
South Australian communities start preparing for a surge in the Murray River; New Zealand announces a Royal Commission into its COVID 19 response; and in running news, Robert De Castella's longstanding marathon record finally broken.
 
The United Nations Human Rights Commissioner expresses horror at what he describes as "senseless killings" during a visit to Ukraine; a new study suggests many Australians are abandoning the major parties; and in sport, Senegal fans rooting for Morocco in the hopes an African nation can achieve their first World Cup victory.…
 
At least two people have been killed during a rare anti-government protest in Syria; An alleged Islamic State fighter has been extradited to Victoria and charged with a series of terrorism offences; Two greats receive legend status in the Sport Australia Hall of Fame...
 
Socceroos fans keep spirits high despite a knockout in the FIFA World Cup, an alleged Islamic state fighter extradited to Melbourne to face six terrorism related charges and Australian cyclist Matthew Richardson wins the track champions league in London.
 
In this bulletin, preliminary plans to develop a global law to reduce plastic pollution end in a split; United States Defence Secretary accuses Russia of "deliberate cruelty" in targeting civilian populations; And in sport, Argentina celebrates as Socceroos players and fans try to come to terms with their defeat.…
 
In this bulletin, Australia backs the move to impose a price cap on Russian oil; Climate change and security on the agenda when Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles and Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong visit the US and Japan next month; and in football, the Socceroos with nothing to lose in their World Cup game against Argentina.…
 
We are eagerly awaiting “Day 2” of the Twitter Files from Elon Musk, who happens to be Twitter’s new owner. Get caught up on Day 1 of the Twitter Files here. In summary, Musk retweeted some journalism from investigative reporter Matt Taibbi, which showed emails of Twitter executives instructed to — and then complying with — requests from “the Biden…
 
In this bulletin, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese downplays a visit to Taiwan by a group of federal MPs, a project inspiring a new generation of Indigenous women rangers wins a major environmental prize, and in football, Socceroos coach Graham Arnold's message for Argentina ahead of their World Cup clash.…
 
In this bulletin, calls for greater inclusivity for people living with disability in Australia; Russian President Vladimir Putin demands recognition of annexed territories; and in sport, Switzerland and South Korea clinch the last two places in the knockout stage at the World Cup.
 
Yet another conspiracy theory has to be re-rated as demonstrable public fact: was Twitter hunting down conservatives, vaccine policy critics, and others the Biden White House found annoying? Were Twitter execs even censoring at the direct request of White House officials? Well, now we have the answer: yes, routinely! Elon Musk made good on a promis…
 
In this bulletin, the father of a pregnant Perth woman who died after a shopping centre attack pays an emotional tribute; French President Emmanuel Macron meets with US President Joe Biden; and in sport, Australia preparing for its World Cup clash against Argentina.
 
Portland leaders approve $27M to jumpstart aggressive new homelessness plan. Oregon's Measure 114 draws third lawsuit, this time from the NRA. Eugene to host 2023 USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesโดย The Oregonian/OregonLive
 
Chris Dawson sentenced to 24 years jail for the murder of his wife, Tiwi Island traditional owners welcome a Federal Court ruling on a Santos offshore gas project; and in football, Japan produces a stunning win against Spain at the World Cup.
 
A retrial against Bruce Lehrmann abandoned, the government's industrial relations bill set to become law; and in football, Roberto Martinez reveals he is quitting as coach of the Belgium team after the side's early exit from the World Cup.
 
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