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Horror road toll following first weekend of holidays

The Christmas holiday period is off to the worst possible start with five people killed on our roads on the opening weekend. There have been five separate fatal crashes at Mount Druitt, North St Marys, Yeoval, Barellan and Cowper. Chief Inspector Phil Brooks from the NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol Command talks to Chris Smith, […]

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The Christmas rush is on with only a week to go until the big day. If you’re not sure what to buy your tech-savvy loved one this Christmas, Stephen Fenech from has some ideas. Stephen tells Chris Smith the tech options are “endless”. “Burglars may see Christmas time as an opportunity with houses full of […]

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Greenpeace and other left-wing activist groups are using a loophole in the tax system to fund their illegal protests. In May, 15 Greenpeace activists illegally accessed a 10 story coal stockpile at the Port of Newcastle. In the same month, Greenpeace activists scaled Commonwealth Bank’s headquarters in Sydney to protest against the bank. These protests tie […]

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The Australasian College of Emergency Medicine has found one in eight patients in ED are there because of alcohol.

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Chris talks to US Correspondent Harley Carnes

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Chris talks to UK correspondent Adam Gilchrist  

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Senior Analyst Malcolm Davis from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute discusses the risk of Chinese influence.

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Campbell Fuller from the Insurance Council of Australia talks to Natalie Peters about the idea of reducing premiums for dash cam owners.

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Foodbank Australia CEO Brianna Casey discusses Project Rudolph delivering Christmas hampers to families in need.

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Harold Holt’s son Sam tell Natalie Peters how they commemorated the 50th anniversary of his father’s disappearance.

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Cultural Historian Grant Stone joins Natalie Peters to talk about popular pub names in Australia.

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Rev. Crews speaks with Leonie Sheedy, from the victims support group CLAN. She criticizes churches who’ve refused to report abuse learned about in confession. (Image:

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Rev. Crews speaks with Chair of the Australian Monarchist League, Philip Benwell, who’s branded republicans as ‘elites’. (Image: Hello Magazine)

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Rev. Crews talks with comedian Mark Trevorrow about his most famous character, Bob Downe.

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Featuring Sydney Festival Director Wesley Enoch and General Manager of Ibis Darling Harbour Andrew Hills

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Australia’s most decorated female short track speed skater Deanna Lockett is getting ready for the Winter Olympics.

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Image: Wolter Peeters Fairfax, Audio: Sky News Labor Senator Sam Dastyari has quit federal politics. His resignation comes following countless revelations about his relationship with a Chinese businessmen linked to the communist party. Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop tells Deborah Knight the disgraced senator should have been sacked weeks ago. “He’s unfit to represent the Australian […]

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Jeremy Hirschhorn, Deputy Commissioner at the ATO talks to Ross about the The ATO’s latest corporate tax transparency report and cracking down on cash payments to tradies.

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Australia’s most decorated female short track speed skater Deanna Lockett is getting ready for the Winter Olympics.

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