Good morning Bendigo!
Morning frost, mostly sunny with a top of 12 degrees.
Regional Rail Link works, coaches will replace trains between SCS - Bendigo until July 15
UPDATE 9.02PM: A man has been treated by paramedics for burns to the face and back of his hands following a house fire in Guildford.
An Ambulance Victoria spokesperson said paramedics treated the man's burns at the scene of the house fire on Shicer Gully Road and the man did not require hospitalisation.
Two Ambulance Victoria units from Castlemaine and Guildford attended, while an initial call for a Mobile Intensive Care Unit was cancelled.
Two people are in hospital with gunshot wounds after a neighbourhood dispute turned violent in Melbourne's south-east.
Police were called to Levuka Street, Seaford, after reports of gunshots about 9pm on Saturday.
A man aged in his 50s suffering from gunshot wounds was taken to The Alfred Hospital in a stable condition, an Ambulance Victoria spokesman said.
A woman, also with gunshot wounds, was taken to Frankston Hospital in a stable condition.
1. What is an anchovy?
2. What would you find in the middle of a damson?
3. Darjeeling is a type of what?
4. What is endive?
5. What would you do with a claret?
DID YOU KNOW?
Your foot has 26 bones in it.
TODAY IN HISTORY
1568 - Dean of St Paul's Cathedral perfects a way to bottle beer
1772 - Capt James Cook begins 2nd trip (Resolution) to South Seas
1837 - Queen Victoria is 1st monarch to live in present Buckingham Palace
1865 - P T Barnum's museum burns down
1881 - 5th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: William Renshaw beats J Hartley (6-0 6-1 6-1)
1917 - Vision of Virgin Mary appeared to children of Fatima, Portugal
1930 - 1st-ever soccer World Cup competition began in Uruguay
1942 - 5,000 Jews of Rovno Polish Ukraine, executed by nazis
1994 - OJ Simpson (charged with murder) gives hair samples for testing
100 BC - Julius Caesar, Rome, Roman military and political leader, (d. 44 BC), (or July 12)
1776 - Caroline of Baden, queen of Bavaria (d. 1841)
1900 - George Lewis, American musician (d. 1969)
1928 - Leroy Vinnegar, American jazz bassist
1940 - Patrick Stewart, England, actor (Picard-Star Trek Next Generation)
1942 - Harrison Ford, Chicago Illinois, actor (Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Frantic)
1944 - Eric Freeman, Australian cricket pace bowler (late 60's)
1961 - Tim Watson, Australian rules footballer
If it's your big day, happy birthday!
JOKE OF THE DAY
What time is it when you have to go to the dentist? Tooth-hurtie.
Have a great day!
Quiz Answers: 1. Fish 2. Stone 3. Tea 4. Salad plant 5. Drink it