2nd of January 2017 Morning News Wrap

M68!: Morning News Wrap. From around the Globe to your Frontal Lobe. Good Morning. Here is the news:-

 

My summary of the top news stories of last year in the link here

 

One of the people killed in the sea plane crash on New Years Eve was the CEO of Britain’s largest catering company.

 

A man has been stabbed to death in Melbourne’s Port Philip Prison.

 

More horror fatal crashes on Australia’s roads have meant that the New Year has started off badly in terms of the National Road toll. In NSW a person is either killed or injured on the state’s roads every 42 minutes.

 

A P Plater in WA has failed a breath test after crashing with two toddlers on board.

 

Swimmer drowns on Philip Island beach.

 

Perth teen paralysed after trampoline flip causes multiple spinal fractures.

 

Bystanders free a girl trapped under a boat on a Melbourne beach.

 

More Storms heading the Gold Coast’s way.

 

Paul Keating criticises PM Bernie. Oh please short term PM from two decades ago….tell us more about what you think.

 

Surge in gang violence and vandalism in Melbourne.

 

Protests in Iran. 12 people have been killed in the crackdown.

 

Kim Jong Bom says he has a nuclear button on his table.

 

Autistic boy from New Jersey has been arrested after shooting dead his mum, dad, sister and family friend.

 

40,000 homes without power after storms lashed France.

 

Have a super second day of the year.

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One Response to 2nd of January 2017 Morning News Wrap

  1. Geoff Moses says:

    Cheers

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