Good morning Bendigo! 28/03/2014

Good morning Bendigo! 

It's FRIDAY at last! 

I don't know about you but I have the weekend off, which means I am very excited!

Also, one of our Twitter followers' Anna took a photo and used the tag #goodmorningbgo - THANKS ANNA! 

TODAY'S WEATHER

Shower of two developing. Top of 26 degrees. 

For more detailed weather news click here.

TRAINS

No reported delays. 

NEWS OVERNIGHT

MH370 pilot responsible: US newspaper quotes Malaysian official

Investigators believe the pilot of MH370 was solely responsible for flying the plane hundreds of kilometres off course, an American newspaper has quoted a high-ranking Malaysian police officer as saying.

- The Age

Tigers narrowly edge out a determined Carlton in fierce grudge match

After Richmond's four-goal opening salvo, this encounter was condensed to a single question: when the Tigers play Carlton, how far in front is too far?

- The Age

GALLERY: Taylor Henderson visits Bendigo​ 

TEEN heartthrob Taylor Henderson had fans lining up outside The Capital to meet him.

Check out the photos. 

THE DAILY QUIZ

1. A limited bank note issued in November 2006 featured which person?

2. Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise married in which castle in Italy?

3. Brian Littrell was in which best-selling boy band? 

4. In which state does the action of "The Blair Witch Project" take place? 

5. Which countries were chosen to host cricket's 2015 World Cricket? 

DID YOU KNOW?

Scientists believe that it rains diamonds on Neptune and Uranus. 

BIRTHDAYS

If today is your big day, happy birthday! 

You share a birthday with movie actor Vince Vaughan (1970), American singer and song writer Lady Gaga (1986), Australian tennis player Lisa-Maria Moser (1991) and English actress Lacey Turner (1988). 

ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY

1978 - The US Supreme Court hands down 5–3 decision in Stump v. Sparkman, 435 U.S. 349, a controversial case involving involuntary sterilisation and judicial immunity

1994 - In South Africa, Zulus and African National Congress supporters battle in central Johannesburg, resulting in 18 deaths

2000 - Three children are killed when a Murray County, Georgia, school bus is hit by a CSX freight train

2006 – At least one million union members, students, and unemployed take to the streets in France in protest at the government's proposed First Employment Contract law

JOKE OF THE DAY

Got a better joke?

Any tips on what we should be heading out to today?

Email madeleine.wines@fairfaxmedia.com.au

Have a terrific Friday! 

Maddie

Quiz Answers: 1. George Best, 2. Bracciano, 3. Backstreet Boys, 4. Maryland, 5. Australia and New Zealand 

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