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Andrew Bolt & Steve Price, Wednesday June 28

Andrew Bolt and Steve Price discuss the day’s politics.

Movies with Alex First

Alex First joins Steve Price to take a look at this week’s new releases.

6 hours ago / 19:20
Jim Wilson on Michelle Payne & Bachar Houli

Seven News Sports Editor Jim Wilson joins Steve Price to talk jockey Michelle Payne testing positive to a banned substance and Richmond player Bachar Houli’s successful match ban appeal.

6 hours ago / 08:29
Miranda Devine

Daily Telegraph columnist Miranda Devine joins Steve Price for her take on Census religion data and the ‘rot’ inside the Liberal Party.

6 hours ago / 09:48
Dental Health with Dr. Larry Benge: Wednesday June 28

Dr Larry Benge from The Malo Clinic joins Steve Price to talk options for anxious patients.

7 hours ago / 04:13
The Courses and Careers Show: Wednesday June 28

Danny Bielik joins Steve Price for the Courses and Careers Show. Joining Danny in studio is NSW Deputy Premier and Minister for Skills, John Barilaro, to announce changes to the NSW VET system.

7 hours ago / 15:52
Be ‘That’ Business Show, June 28

Tim Reid joins Steve Price to talk all things small business thanks to Telstra. Telstra Executive Director of Sales and Service, Brendan Donohoe, joins the show.

7 hours ago / 21:48
Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown joins Ross for his weekly segment looking at technology

9 hours ago / 03:33
South Australia’s power prices crippling business

Den Tucker the MD of DM Plastics and Steel tells Ross about the pressure on his business following business closures in South Australia due to out of control power prices

9 hours ago / 05:43
Bill Shorten to save Sunday penalty rates

James Pearson the CEO of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry reacts to Bill Shorten’s pledge to ignore the decision of the Fair Work Commission to gradually cut Sunday penalty rates

9 hours ago / 08:23
Media Reforms to save broadcasters $130 million dollars

Roger Colman, a media analyst with CCZ Equities talks to Ross about the decision by Communications Minister Mitch Fifield to bypass the Senate, abolishing the TV licence fees, and  whether the rest of the reforms will pass the Senate

9 hours ago / 05:18
June 28th: HIGHLIGHTS

Listen to the highlights of Sydney Live with Ben Fordham.

10 hours ago / 46:03
Inspector-General of Taxation to investigate ATO

Ali Noroozi the Inspector-General of Taxation tells Ross he’s accepted a request from the Senate Economics References Committee’s request to review how the ATO addresses the risk of fraud and associated issues

10 hours ago / 06:32
Global ransomware attack

Alastair McGibbon the Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Cyber Security talks to Ross about the global ransomware attack; what people can do to prevent it, and whether any Australian businesses were affected

10 hours ago / 04:31
PM Told To Purge Frontbench

Conservatives aren’t happy with Malcolm Turnbull.

13 hours ago / 08:04
Rat Plague In Sydney CBD

The council is cracking down on vermin.

14 hours ago / 03:19
Hunt For Long Bay Prison Escapee

Police are on the lookout for David Melice.

14 hours ago / 02:44
Smithy’s Deplorables: Prue MacSween

Smithy’s Deplorables: Prue MacSween

15 hours ago / 10:11
Mick Fuller: NSW Police seize $600m in drugs after smashing syndicate

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller calls in after officers seized more than a tonne of ephedrine as part of an investigation into a major drug trafficking and supply network

17 hours ago / 03:18
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