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46 years after the release of Baggariddum, Reggae legends @UB40OFFICIAL have released 'Bigga Baggariddum'.

A collaboration with artists from four continents, and a reworking of previous UB40 hits.
abc.net.au/radionational/…
UB40 releases collaborative album 'Bigga Baggariddum'
abc.net.au
 
 
Poetry Month on @RadioNational is an exciting line-up, with workshops, showcases and events around the country.

A celebration of how poetry connects, entertains and educates.

abc.net.au/radionational/…
Radio National's inaugural Poetry Month begins
abc.net.au
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"[Young people] are the one group I am concerned about, to be honest. I think it's been really really tough on young people," says NSW Minister for Mental Health @bronnietaylor.
Replying to @RNBreakfast
NSW's 'singles bubble' means people living alone can nominate a one person to visit their home in a bid to combat social isolation. But concerns remain over the mental health toll of the pandemic and extended lockdowns. @bronnietaylor abc.net.au/radionational/…
Young people paying largest price in pandemic, NSW minister says
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More than 100 children have reportedly presented to one of Sydney's major hospitals, compared to just 1 in the first wave.

Doctors are concerned that children could start presenting with serious disease and are making changes to their ICUs in preparation.
abc.net.au/radionational/…
More than 100 children in Sydney hospitals with COVID
abc.net.au
 
Australia is enjoying its best start to an #OlympicGames since 2004.

Zac Stubblety-Cook won gold in the 200m breaststroke, Kyle Chambers took silver in the men's 100m freestyle, and the women's relay team won bronze in the 4x100m metre.

@TraceyLeeHolmes
abc.net.au/radionational/…
Australia enjoying its best start to an Olympic Games since 2004
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In reply to @RNBreakfast
Anti-lockdown protests: "We know there was extreme left and extreme right groups represented on Saturday," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller. "There is certainly, in terms of those left and right movements, influence from around the world."
Replying to @RNBreakfast
Police have been granted extra powers to crack down ever harder on people and businesses breaking COVID-19 rules in Sydney. And an additional 300 ADF personnel deployed in Sydney means police will be able to conduct double the number of compliance checks. abc.net.au/radionational/…
NSW Police call in the army for support in Sydney hotspots
abc.net.au
 
On a remote cattle station in the NT, a young stockman is following his younger brother's campaign for Olympic gold in the rowing.

Men's eight rower Angus Dawson and his brother @HPJDAWSON grew up on a property near the little town of Dingabelinga in SA.
abc.net.au/radionational/…
Hugh Dawson on his brother's Olympic rowing success
abc.net.au
 
 
Fiji is celebrating its second consecutive Olympic gold medal in Rugby Sevens.

But the nation is also in the grip of a COVID catastrophe, with the highest number of infections per capita in the world.

@SanakaS
abc.net.au/radionational/…
Fiji's COVID crisis worsens
abc.net.au
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"In NSW last year we did see an increase in self-harm presentations but we did not see an increase in suicide," says NSW Minister for Mental Health @bronnietaylor.
"[Young people] are the one group I am concerned about, to be honest. I think it's been really really tough on young people," says NSW Minister for Mental Health @bronnietaylor.
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"We looked at our data from the last 4 weeks in NSW and we haven't had a high increase in terms of presentations to emergency departments," says NSW Minister for Mental Health @bronnietaylor.
"In NSW last year we did see an increase in self-harm presentations but we did not see an increase in suicide," says NSW Minister for Mental Health @bronnietaylor.
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"What we saw in the lockdown in terms of mental health is, yes people found it very difficult and yes we were very challenged, but we did not see that peak [in suicides] that we were concerned about," says NSW Minister for Mental Health @bronnietaylor.
"We looked at our data from the last 4 weeks in NSW and we haven't had a high increase in terms of presentations to emergency departments," says NSW Minister for Mental Health @bronnietaylor.
 
"What you need to do is you need to keep using more and more of what you've got in your arsenal," says NSW Minister for Mental Health @bronnietaylor.

"None of us want to see troops on our street implementing health orders but that's where we are in NSW at the moment."
"What we saw in the lockdown in terms of mental health is, yes people found it very difficult and yes we were very challenged, but we did not see that peak [in suicides] that we were concerned about," says NSW Minister for Mental Health @bronnietaylor.
 
"What you need to do is you need to keep using more and more of what you've got in your arsenal," says NSW Minister for Mental Health @bronnietaylor.

"None of us want to see troops on our street implementing health orders but that's where we are in NSW at the moment."
 
RN Breakfast Retweeted ·  
Can you solve this Friday's brainteaser in record time? 🤓
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
On anti-lockdown protests: "There is some chatter online across some social media. It will be heavily policed and on the one hand it's a waste of resources and secondly they'll be well-engaged," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller.
Replying to @RNBreakfast
Anti-lockdown protests: "We know there was extreme left and extreme right groups represented on Saturday," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller. "There is certainly, in terms of those left and right movements, influence from around the world."
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"We've had Defence personnel walking the streets in Sydney CBD since the end of March last year," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller.
Replying to @RNBreakfast
On anti-lockdown protests: "There is some chatter online across some social media. It will be heavily policed and on the one hand it's a waste of resources and secondly they'll be well-engaged," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller.
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"I asked for some specific powers to close businesses down," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller. "I can close a business down if they continue to break health orders."
Replying to @RNBreakfast
"We've had Defence personnel walking the streets in Sydney CBD since the end of March last year," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller.
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"Some businesses are flouting the laws and at those businesses, people are taking the virus back to their home and those homes are transmitting from house to house," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller. "It's about allowing police to do patrols around business sectors."
Replying to @RNBreakfast
"I asked for some specific powers to close businesses down," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller. "I can close a business down if they continue to break health orders."
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"We can double the amount of checks we do in a day by putting a police officer with a member of the ADF," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller. "The don't come with powers, they won't be carrying firearms but what they do come with is an enormous amount of training."
Replying to @RNBreakfast
"Some businesses are flouting the laws and at those businesses, people are taking the virus back to their home and those homes are transmitting from house to house," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller. "It's about allowing police to do patrols around business sectors."
 
"Australian Defence Force has been in NSW working with Police and other agencies since late 2019," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller.

"It's not that it's a new request for Defence to be on the ground, it's just an expansion."
Replying to @RNBreakfast
"We can double the amount of checks we do in a day by putting a police officer with a member of the ADF," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller. "The don't come with powers, they won't be carrying firearms but what they do come with is an enormous amount of training."
 
"Australian Defence Force has been in NSW working with Police and other agencies since late 2019," says NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller.

"It's not that it's a new request for Defence to be on the ground, it's just an expansion."
 
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"They state they wish they got the vaccine, they wished they listened to science and medicine and to what was recommended," says Dr Terrence Coulter, Cox Health in Missouri. "They're asking as we're putting them on life support, 'can I get the vaccine now?'"
Replying to @RNBreakfast
The US is facing an uphill battle against vaccine hesitancy. In Missouri, the vaccination rate is thought to be to as low as 20% in some areas. The high number of patients being hospitalised means the health system is "on the brink of collapse". abc.net.au/radionational/…
US healthcare system "on the brink of collapse" as vaccine hesitancy drives wave of COVID infections
abc.net.au
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"That's how I ended my day walking out of the hospital, knowing I couldn't do anything to save her, although she could've done everything to save herself by simply getting the vaccine," says Dr Terrence Coulter, Critical Care Medical Director at Cox Health in Missouri.
Replying to @RNBreakfast
"They state they wish they got the vaccine, they wished they listened to science and medicine and to what was recommended," says Dr Terrence Coulter, Cox Health in Missouri. "They're asking as we're putting them on life support, 'can I get the vaccine now?'"
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"Last night, I was attempting to resuscitate at 37 year old mother of two, who after 90 minutes of aggressive support, we were not able to get her back," says Dr Terrence Coulter, Critical Care Medical Director at Cox Health in Missouri.
Replying to @RNBreakfast
"That's how I ended my day walking out of the hospital, knowing I couldn't do anything to save her, although she could've done everything to save herself by simply getting the vaccine," says Dr Terrence Coulter, Critical Care Medical Director at Cox Health in Missouri.
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"We are averaging 5-7 deaths a day. For the month of July, so far we've had at least 90 deaths and this is just overwhelming," says Dr Terrence Coulter, Critical Care Medical Director at Cox Health in Missouri.
Replying to @RNBreakfast
"Last night, I was attempting to resuscitate at 37 year old mother of two, who after 90 minutes of aggressive support, we were not able to get her back," says Dr Terrence Coulter, Critical Care Medical Director at Cox Health in Missouri.
 
Dr Terrence Coulter, Critical Care Medical Director at Cox Health in Missouri says the heathcare system is "on the brink of collapse" due to high numbers of COVID patients presenting at hospitals, driven by a low vaccination rate.
Replying to @RNBreakfast
"We are averaging 5-7 deaths a day. For the month of July, so far we've had at least 90 deaths and this is just overwhelming," says Dr Terrence Coulter, Critical Care Medical Director at Cox Health in Missouri.
 
Dr Terrence Coulter, Critical Care Medical Director at Cox Health in Missouri says the heathcare system is "on the brink of collapse" due to high numbers of COVID patients presenting at hospitals, driven by a low vaccination rate.
 
Looking forward to chatting with Hugh at 6.50am this morning, ahead of his brother Angus' #Olympics final
Let’s goooooo!!!!! Beetaloo Station will be cheering on Gus and the rest of the @RowingAust team racing in Tokyo from the top end! Good luck to all other Australian athletes competing in the #Tokyo2020 #Olympics pic.twitter.com/tJMv4ZFpNa
 
RN Breakfast Retweeted ·  
Big show this morning on @RNBreakfast

* NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller
* Minister for Mental Health in NSW @bronnietaylor
* @TraceyLeeHolmes from Tokyo #Olympics
* And for a bit of feel-good tunes @UB40OFFICIAL!

Tune in from 6am to hear the latest with @sallyjsara
 
 
 
 
5 years after a Royal Commission revealed systemic abuse at youth detention centres, the NT Government has been forced to pay $35 million dollars in compensation.

Critics say it's a lie that the Territory government is enacting the recommendations.
abc.net.au/radionational/…
Systematic abuse in NT youth detention "getting worse" according to top lawyer
abc.net.au
 
At 14, Aussie skateboarding star Poppy Starr Olsen became the number one female bowl skater in the country,

Now aged 21 and ranked 4th in the world, the Newcastle local is eyeing off a medal at #Tokyo2020 and is also the subject of a new documentary.
abc.net.au/radionational/…
Documentary explores the life of Aussie skater and Olympian Poppy Starr Olsen
abc.net.au
 
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
ACOSS 350,000 people in Greater Sydney on welfare payments won't get additional money and can't look for work because they're in lockdown. "Whilst they have not lost hours and therefore income, they will not be receiving the COVID Disaster Payment," says @senbmckenzie.
The Federal Government's COVID Disaster payment has again been boosted, but there's been criticism surrounding the eligibility criteria. @senbmckenzie has defended the program, saying that she'd rather be on welfare in Australia than any other country. abc.net.au/radionational/…
"I'd rather be on welfare here in Australia than anywhere else in the world": Bridget McKenzie
abc.net.au
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"Qantas has gotten revenue from the Government in two forms. One form is around $1 billion that is there mainly through JobKeeper," says Alan Joyce, @Qantas CEO. "The other chunk, which is around $600 million of support from the Government, is fees for servers."
Replying to @RNBreakfast @Qantas
is currently surveying staff to see how many are vaccinated against COVID-19 and CEO Alan Joyce says they're considering making the jab mandatory. Qantas also warned its employees that if lockdowns continue, it may have to stand down more staff. abc.net.au/radionational/…
Qantas considering mandatory COVID vaccines for staff
abc.net.au
 
US Congress has heard disturbing testimony from police officers who defended the Capitol Building on January 6.

A new book from the @washingtonpost's @CarolLeonnig & @PhilipRucker says at the time, there were fears President Trump would attempt a coup.
abc.net.au/radionational/…
New book says top US general feared Donald Trump would attempt a coup
abc.net.au
 
In an exclusive interview, ASIC chair Joe Longo tells @Peter_F_Ryan that the pandemic and easing the escalating economic crisis is the biggest immediate challenge for the corporate regulator, saying "it's all hands on deck".
abc.net.au/radionational/…
 
"I would rather be on welfare here in Australia than anywhere else in the world going through this global pandemic," says @senbmckenzie, Minister for Emergency Management & National Recovery & Resilience.
ACOSS 350,000 people in Greater Sydney on welfare payments won't get additional money and can't look for work because they're in lockdown. "Whilst they have not lost hours and therefore income, they will not be receiving the COVID Disaster Payment," says @senbmckenzie.
 
"I would rather be on welfare here in Australia than anywhere else in the world going through this global pandemic," says @senbmckenzie, Minister for Emergency Management & National Recovery & Resilience.
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"We are looking at how long we think the lockdown in Sydney will last, how long the borders will be closed ... and then based on that, there may be the possibility ... that we may have to stand people down temporarily," says Alan Joyce, @Qantas CEO.
Replying to @RNBreakfast @Qantas
"Qantas has gotten revenue from the Government in two forms. One form is around $1 billion that is there mainly through JobKeeper," says Alan Joyce, @Qantas CEO. "The other chunk, which is around $600 million of support from the Government, is fees for servers."
 
If you missed @MatthewBevan's powerful segment you can catch up on it here
Some US commentators say Simone Biles is just like other legendary sportspeople like @kingjames and @tombrady, and they don't pull out of competition for mental health issues.

In this segment for @RNBreakfast I explain why she is not like them at all: abc.net.au/radionational/…
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"I think internationally we absolutely will [require passengers be vaccinated], and that's becoming a standard around the world," says Alan Joyce, @Qantas CEO. "For example, you can't get into Israel, Iceland and some European countries without vaccination."
Replying to @RNBreakfast @Qantas
"We are looking at how long we think the lockdown in Sydney will last, how long the borders will be closed ... and then based on that, there may be the possibility ... that we may have to stand people down temporarily," says Alan Joyce, @Qantas CEO.
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"I did not get paid $11 million last year. The TWU can't get their facts right," says Alan Joyce, @Qantas CEO.
Replying to @RNBreakfast @Qantas
"I think internationally we absolutely will [require passengers be vaccinated], and that's becoming a standard around the world," says Alan Joyce, @Qantas CEO. "For example, you can't get into Israel, Iceland and some European countries without vaccination."
 
In reply to @RNBreakfast
"We are giving all staff 8 hours of paid time to go and get the vaccine," says Alan Joyce, @Qantas CEO.
Replying to @RNBreakfast @Qantas
"I did not get paid $11 million last year. The TWU can't get their facts right," says Alan Joyce, @Qantas CEO.
 
 
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