Consolidados Grande SP 06/12/2015

AUDIÊNCIAS DE 6/12/2015

Com final da Dança, Domingão bate recorde e é o programa mais visto da TV

REPRODUÇÃO/TV GLOBO

Viviane Araújo e Marcelo Granjeiro dançam tango na final da Dança dos Famosos de 2015 - Reprodução/TV Globo

Viviane Araújo e Marcelo Granjeiro dançam tango na final da Dança dos Famosos de 2015

REDAÇÃO – Publicado em 07/12/2015, às 13h02

Com a final do quadro Dança dos Famosos, vencido pela atriz Viviane Araújo, o Domingão do Faustão cravou ontem (6) a maior audiência do dia na TV: 20,3 pontos, contra 19,8 do Fantástico. Sintonizada por 34% dos televisores ligados, a atração ficou quatro pontos acima da média acumulada no ano (16). Mais cedo, o Esquenta voltou a perder feio do Domingo Show. O programa de Regina Casé registrou 7,6 pontos, ante 10,1 da Record no horário

 

Média do dia (6h/5h59): 11,5
Pequenas Empresas, Grandes Negócios  7,7
Globo Rural 10,4
Auto Esporte 9,9
Esporte Espetacular 8,2
Esquenta 7,6
Temperatura Máxima 15,0
Campeonato Brasileiro – Goiás x São Paulo 17,5
Domingão do Faustão 20,3
Fantástico 19,8
Domingo Maior 12,2
Sessão de Gala 6,4
Corujão 4,0
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 5,7
Acelerados  3,3
Chaves 4,1
Pequenos Campeões 4,1
Mundo Disney  4,9
Domingo Legal 6,6
Eliana 7,7
Roda a Roda   8,2
Programa Silvio Santos  10,4
Conexão Repórter 6,4
Arrow  3,0
True Blood 1,8
Jornal do SBT 1,9
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 6,1
Desenhos Bíblicos 1,5
Religioso 1,5
Record Kids 4,0
Domingo Show  9,2
Hora do Faro 8,9
Domingo Espetacular 11,4
A Fazenda 7,3
Repórter em Ação 6,1
Roberto Justus + 3,2
Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus 0,9
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 2,0
Pé na Estrada 0,6
Fórmula Truck – Etapa de Londrina 1,0
Band Esporte Clube 1,4
Gol, o Grande Momento do Futebol  2,0
Campeonato Brasileiro – Goiás x São Paulo 4,0
Terceiro Tempo 4,2
Só Risos 3,5
Pânico na Band 5,9
Canal Livre 1,6
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 1,1
Te Peguei 0,8
Sensacional 0,7
Chega Mais  1,0
Encrenca 4,8
Te Peguei na TV 2,5
Mega Senha 1,6
Operação de Risco 1,8
Bola na Rede 1,1

Consolidados Grande SP 07/12/2015

AUDIÊNCIAS DE 7/12/2015

Sem Monica Iozzi, Vídeo Show empata com quadro de fofocas da Record

REPRODUÇÃO/TV GLOBO

Joaquim Lopes e Otaviano Costa na bancada do Vídeo Show de ontem (7) - Reprodução/TV Globo

Joaquim Lopes e Otaviano Costa na bancada do Vídeo Show de ontem (7)

REDAÇÃO – Publicado em 08/12/2015, às 13h07

O Vídeo Show voltou ontem (7) a ser ameaçado pelo quadro Hora da Venenosa, do Balanço Geral SP. O programa da Globo marcou 8,5 pontos, mesma audiência da atração da Record no horário, mas a concorrente venceu nos centésimos. Como na maioria das ocasiões em que o Vídeo Show foi derrotado nos últimos meses, o vespertino não contou com a presença de Monica Iozzi, que deve deixá-lo definitivamente em janeiro

Média do dia (6h/5h59): 11,7
Hora 1 4,3
Bom Dia São Paulo 7,5
Bom Dia Brasil 9,5
Mais Você 8,3
Bem Estar 7,9
Encontro 7,7
SP TV 1ª Edição 10,8
Globo Esporte 10,5
Jornal Hoje 9,9
Vídeo Show 8,5
Sessão da Tarde 10,2
Caminho das Índias 14,9
Malhação 15,6
Além do Tempo 20,2
SP TV 2ª Edição 23,2
Totalmente Demais 25,8
Jornal Nacional 25,7
A Regra do Jogo 28,3
Tela Quente – Os Homens São de Marte… E pra lá que Eu Vou 20,9
Jornal da Globo 10,5
Programa do Jô 6,9
Balada Olímpica 5,2
Under the Dome 4,2
Corujão 2,7
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 5,2
Jornal do SBT Manhã  2,4
Carrossel Animado 2,5
Mundo Disney  4,3
Bom Dia & Cia.  6,2
Maria do Bairro 5,0
Casos de Família  5,1
Pérola Negra 5,8
Cuidado com o Anjo 6,0
Teresa 6,9
A Dona  7,5
Chaves  6,9
SBT Brasil  5,9
Cúmplices de um Resgate  10,7
Carrossel  10,9
Programa do Ratinho  9,7
Máquina da Fama 6,6
The Noite  4,1
Prêmio Líderes do Brasil 2015 2,6
Jornal do SBT   2,1
Okay Pessoal  1,8
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 6,1
Balanço Geral Manhã 3,0
SP no Ar 6,4
Fala Brasil  6,1
Hoje em Dia  5,5
Balanço Geral SP  8,2
Prova de Amor 6,8
Chamas da Vida 4,1
Cidade Alerta 8,5
Rei Davi 14,0
Jornal da Record 11,3
Xuxa Meneghel 7,5
A Fazenda 8 6,2
Repórter Record Investigação 5,9
Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus 1,5
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 2,0
Band News 0,7
Café com Jornal 1,3
Dia Dia  1,0
Os Simpsons  0,9
Jogo Aberto 3,1
Os Donos da Bola 2,7
Os Simpsons 2,2
Brasil Urgente 4,1
Jornal da Band 4,3
Fatmagül 3,2
CQC 3.0  1,8
CQC 2,6
Jornal da Noite 1,2
Trip TV 0,7
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 0,7
Te Peguei  0,5
Melhor pra Você 0,7
A Tarde É Sua 2,4
Você na TV 1,7
TV Fama 1,5
TV Fama (2ª edição) 0,5
RedeTV! News 0,9
Superpop 1,3
Leitura Dinâmica 0,7
É Notícia 0,3

 

 

Consolidados Grande SP 08/12/2015

AUDIÊNCIAS DE 8/12/2015

MasterChef perde 3 de cada 10 telespectadores com versão Junior

CAROL GHERARDI/BAND

A participante Ivana em prova da semifinal de MasterChef Júnior, na qual foi eliminada  - Carol Gherardi/Band

A participante Ivana em prova da semifinal de MasterChef Júnior, na qual foi eliminada

REDAÇÃO – Publicado em 09/12/2015, às 12h56

Exibida logo após o final da segunda temporada de MasterChef, a versão infantojuvenil do reality show culinário é um sucesso para os parâmetros da Band, mas está longe do desempenho do programa com adultos. No ar entre 19 de maio e 15 de setembro, MasterChef com adultos marcou 7,3 pontos. Já MasterChef Júnior tinha até ontem (8) média de 5,1, uma queda de 30%. A atração, que acaba na semana que vem, marcou só 4,7 nesta terça

Média do dia (6h/5h59): 11,5
Hora 1 3,5
Bom Dia São Paulo 7,6
Bom Dia Brasil 8,3
Mais Você 6,8
Bem Estar 5,7
Encontro 7,0
SP TV 1ª Edição 11,6
Globo Esporte 11,2
Jornal Hoje 11,9
Vídeo Show 9,3
Sessão da Tarde 9,6
Caminho das Índias 13,7
Malhação 15,5
Além do Tempo 19,8
SP TV 2ª Edição 22,8
Totalmente Demais 24,3
Jornal Nacional 25,2
A Regra do Jogo 30,0
Mister Brau 21,9
Pé na Cova 15,3
Profissão Repórter 10,6
Jornal da Globo 8,7
Programa do Jô 5,6
Under the Dome 4,5
Corujão 3,6
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 5,1
Jornal do SBT Manhã  2,1
Carrossel Animado 2,4
Mundo Disney  4,8
Bom Dia e Cia.  6,4
Maria do Bairro 4,2
Casos de Família  4,4
Pérola Negra 4,0
Cuidado com o Anjo 4,9
Teresa 5,8
A Dona  6,5
Chaves  6,1
SBT Brasil  5,9
Cúmplices de um Resgate  10,3
Carrossel  10,5
Programa do Ratinho  7,3
Cine Espetacular 7,1
The Noite  3,7
Jornal do SBT   2,2
Okay Pessoal  1,9
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 6,0
Balanço Geral Manhã 3,3
SP no Ar 5,5
Fala Brasil  6,0
Hoje em Dia 5,5
Balanço Geral SP  7,0
Prova de Amor 6,1
Chamas da Vida 3,5
Cidade Alerta 7,6
Rei Davi 12,5
Jornal da Record 10,6
A Fazenda 12,4
A Nova Supermáquina 5,2
Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus 1,0
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 2,2
Band News 0,8
Café com Jornal 1,1
Dia Dia  1,3
Os Simpsons  1,5
Jogo Aberto 3,0
Os Donos da Bola 2,5
Os Simpsons 2,4
Brasil Urgente 3,8
Jornal da Band 4,5
Fatmagül 3,1
MasterChef Junior – A Prévia 1,8
MasterChef Junior 4,7
Jornal da Noite 1,7
O Melhor da Liga 0,9
Só Risos 0,7
Média do dia (6h/5h59): 0,6
Te Peguei  0,6
Melhor pra Você 0,4
A Tarde É Sua 2,6
Você na TV 1,4
TV Fama 1,2
RedeTV! News 0,7
Luciana by Night 1,3
Leitura Dinâmica 0,4
Amaury Jr.  0,5

 

 

Family parted by war to be reunited two decades on after Australians pitch in

December 9, 2015 – 2:20PM

Nicole Hasham

Environment and immigration correspondent

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South Sudanese refugee Arop Majok, left, and his mother Akoel. Supplied

South Sudanese refugee Arop Majok, left, and his mother Akoel. Supplied Photo: Supplied

Gunfire and shrieks interrupted the playtime of five-year-old Arop Majok, who was messing around with his cousins when their village was raided. It kicked off a 21-year ordeal marked by longing and sorrow that, thanks to the generosity of Australians, may soon end.

The story of Mr Majok, who now lives in Hobart, is testament to the power of family and the resilience of those unmoored by war.

“I always felt down, because I was missing something, and even when I came to Australia I missed my family and I missed my mum,” Mr Majok, now 26, says.

People in the Kakuma refugee camp watch the distribution of food rations.

People in the Kakuma refugee camp watch the distribution of food rations. Photo: Boston Globe

“I prayed to God all the time and said, ‘I hope one day I get to see her.'”

Armed forces stormed the village in what is now South Sudan, a nation torn apart by decades of conflict. The government soldiers shot civilians and set fire to buildings; residents scattered.

Arop’s uncle grabbed his nephew and his own children and fled the village. Arop left his mother, Akoel, and his siblings behind.

“I was too young to remember a lot but there were people screaming and crying, and gunshots,” Mr Majok says.

“I didn’t think anyone could survive. I thought everyone was dead.”

Arop and his relatives walked for months: first to the border of Ethiopia, where a civil war was also raging, and then to Kenya, where they were accepted into the Kakuma refugee camp. Arop would remain there for a decade.

Life on the road had been hard – many children died by the roadside – but existing in Kakuma was also a battle.

Arop often went to sleep with an empty stomach, and fought off illnesses such as malaria. His schooling was sporadic. He thought constantly of his mum.

“I missed her a lot. When I’d see someone greeting their mothers and [being] looked after, I’d miss her, I’d feel emotional,” Mr Majok says.

At the age of 17, Arop was granted refugee status in Australia. He ended up in Tasmania, living with an aunt, and the search for his mother began.

He made phone call after phone call to relatives and government officials in Sudan.

One day in 2008, a relative called with unbelievable news – Mr Majok’s mother and siblings were still alive.

“I couldn’t believe it; I was emotional, crying,” he says. “When I got to speak to her on the phone and hear her voice, my mind got relief. All these years I had been thinking about her.”

But Mr Majok, who is studying to be a disability support worker, had no way of buying a plane ticket to visit his mother, who had returned to his birth village.

This month, with the help of his girlfriend Laura Nichols, Mr Majok began an online fundraising campaign. Overnight, more than $2500 had been raised. Six days later, at the time of writing, the total had reached $6930 – just shy of the $7500 goal.

As well as an airfare, Mr Majok hopes to pay for a water pipe to be installed in the village to give residents access to clean water.

“Some wonderful people have opened their hands and given me money so I can see [my mother],” Mr Majok says.

“I called her and said, ‘Finally I get to come and see you.’ She couldn’t believe it. She was really emotional on the phone and I was emotional too.”

Mr Majok intends to visit his mother in the first half of 2016.

Source : Sydney Morning Herald

Tasmania to sign on to medicinal cannabis trials

December 9, 2015 11:00am

State Parliament’s ‘chook shed’ set for a $40 million face-lift

December 9, 2015 – 6:21PM

Josh Gordon, Richard Willingham

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The 'chook shed,' which is set to be removed.

The ‘chook shed,’ which is set to be removed. Photo: Eddie Jim

One of the demountables at the rear of Parliament House.

One of the demountables at the rear of Parliament House. Photo: Ken Irwin

State Parliament’s “chook shed” – a shabby, asbestos-riddled collection of demountables put up in the 1970s to temporarily accommodate MPs – will be ripped down and replaced with a $40 million building to house more than 100 MPs.

Upper house President Bruce Atkinson and lower house Speaker Telmo Languiller said the overhaul was needed to tackle major health and public safety concerns.

“We can no longer accept the ticking time bomb that sits at the back of our building,” Mr Atkinson and Mr Languiller said in a statement.

“The demountable from the 1970s impacts on the heritage value of this important landmark and raises serious occupational health concerns.”

It is understood the revamp has the support of the major parties, but needs sign off in the budget.

It would be completed by December 2017 and the building would be built into the ground in a bid to protect the heritage gardens and views of the historic precinct.

With 200,000 visitors, many of them school children, every year there have been concerns about parliament’s security and safety and the inadequacy of some facilities.

By moving 110 out of the 128 MPs to the new building, other offices and rooms can be restored and upgraded within Parliament House.

The “chook house” – which has been linked to serious illness and is seen as a blight on the grounds of parliament – was constructed in 1973, and was originally intended to provide temporary office space for just five years.

The temporary annex has long been the source of health concerns, and was the subject of a recent investigation following claims of a cancer cluster among MPs. Mr Atkinson and Mr Languiller said asbestos was a particular concern, preventing longer term improvements while it remains in place.

The overhaul will be funded from existing cash held by the various departments responsible for the parliament.

As part of the renovation, the grass tennis court will be lost.

 

Source : The Age

Australian Capital Territory Policing called to federal police union office in Griffith over internal row

December 9, 2015 – 8:36PM

Megan Gorrey

Reporter at The Canberra Times

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ACT Policing officers attend a disturbance at the Australian Federal Police Association offices in Griffith.

ACT Policing officers attend a disturbance at the Australian Federal Police Association offices in Griffith. Photo: Rohan Thomson

ACT Policing was called to the Australian Federal Police Association offices in Canberra as internal ructions over the organisation’s leadership reached boiling point on Wednesday.

Tensions have escalated since Senior Constable Angela Smith was appointed national president of the federal police union last month.

She was voted into the top job after former national president Jon Hunt-Sharman resigned in November in the midst of a federal court case over election processes and bitter in-fighting between board members.

Police were called to intervene in the union dispute at the Murray Crescent office.

Police were called to intervene in the union dispute at the Murray Crescent office. Photo: Rohan Thomson

The association’s chief executive Dennis Gellatly said the stand-off began when Ms Smith attempted to enter the union’s Griffith offices with Police Federation of Australia chief executive Mark Burgess.

Mr Gellatly, who was in Brisbane as the union prepared for looming enterprise agreement negotiations, understood the pair told staff they wanted to gain access to the office that had belonged to Mr Hunt-Sharman.

He argued Ms Smith’s leadership wasn’t valid as she was elected at a meeting that did not abide by council rules and without adequate consultation with national council members.

Mr Gellatly said association employees tried to block the pair from the office and phoned police after they protested and refused to leave.

Officers from ACT Policing, which is covered by the federal police union, arrived at the Murray Crescent building about midday and spoke to the pair and AFPA staff.

One female association staff member, who was clearly shaken, left the building in tears shortly before 1pm.

Senior Constable Smith said it wouldn’t be appropriate to comment on the incident when contacted by Fairfax Media.

Mr Gellatly said on Wednesday afternoon he hadn’t ruled out legal action as a way of managing the internal dispute.

“I don’t want to act rashly, I’ll need to consider what action is lawful and what’s in the best interests of our members,” he said.

“Obviously the enterprise agreement bargain on the table at the moment is very high in the priorities of members; they want us to achieve good results for them.”

At the time she was elected, Ms Smith played down concerns that were raised about the appointment process and said it was required under the association’s own rules, which complied with federal fair work laws.

Police union members were worried a small group of executives would install a new president without consultation.

“As police and as a professional association we must comply with the rules and the Fair Work Act, no matter how unreasonable the pressure, using the media, that’s placed on the national executive,” Ms Smith said.

“Neither I, nor the national executive are going to bend the rules to satisfy a few people who have ulterior motives.”

Ms Smith said Mr Hunt-Sharman’s resignation was not linked to the federal court case, which is expected to come before court next week.

It will look at elections for the association’s branch zone co-ordinator and workplace delegates, which were suspended in July after errors were found in the roll of voters and the number of vacancies.

The Australian Electoral Commission was notified after some association members did not receive the correct ballot papers and the elections were suspended.

It comes soon after the AFPA abandoned a controversial push from some board members to take in Australian Border Force officers, a move members claimed was made without consultation.

Mr Gellatly said the association’s decision to pursue 3000 to 4000 Border Force staff was halted after “strong opposition” from members.

Source : Canberra Times