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What does Warnie think about the Ashes team?

The Australian legend will be back with 9’s commentary team for the Ashes. So what does he think about the team?

He’s kayaked from Australia to New Zealand, skied from the Coast of Antarctica to the South Pole and now, he’s walked 1,800km through the centre of the Australian Outback with his wife and baby! You can keep track of him at www.TheJonesys.com

57 mins ago / 05:13

Luke Adams is all about getting photographers out on adventures. And he’s offering an exclusive Kosciuszko adventure to listeners. Just head to www.adventurephotography.com.au and send Luke an email.

1 hour ago / 07:49

In this episode of Levy and Duck’s Country Shout, they’re joined by “BJ”, the manager  of The Star Hotel at Macksville.

2 hours ago / 04:42

The Wests Tigers recruit’s wrapped up his first week with his new team.

4 hours ago / 08:12

The Southern Stars have won the Ashes, even though they’ve still got two games to go! Beth Mooney speaks to Erin and Mark.

5 hours ago / 06:08

The Kangaroos thrashed Samoa 46-0 in Darwin last night, securing their position in the Semi Finals of the Rugby League World Cup.

6 hours ago / 04:45

Check out the new photos of Erin and Mark!

6 hours ago

Luke speaks to Dr Walker about the trait in children that can lead to well-being and wealth in adulthood.

6 hours ago / 10:10

The medium car segment continues to struggle, in many ways suffering at the hands of well-equipped and larger small cars – small cars really growing over the last 20 years. With Toyota locally built and sharply priced medium –sized Camry leaving the market Hyundai has thrown its hat in the ring with a revitalized and […]

7 hours ago / 01:00

Peugeot as a brand has struggled in recent years however a new importer and a revitalized dealer network plus some new models are expected to lift the French imports profile. February will bring a new Peugeot SUV flagship, the 5008, a seven-seater, joining the smaller 3008 launched several months back which has quickly become Peugeot […]

8 hours ago / 01:01

The luxury car tax has long been the nemesis of the car industry – introduced 18 years ago it was designed to ensure consumers gave preference to Australian made vehicles which of course has now ended. Bringing in around $600 million dollars to the Government – the threshold for the tax applies to cars priced […]

9 hours ago / 01:29

The rapid growth in popularity of SUV’s in the last few years has come at the expense of the sedan market more so at the premium end of the small, medium and large car segments For example, sales of small cars above $40,000 are down 12 percent with some like the Audi A3 down 17%. […]

10 hours ago / 01:28

Ivan Bresic joins Luke Davis and Julian King to talk the week in property.

19 hours ago / 09:20

Ross Wilson from the legendary Mondo Rock joins Luke Davis and Julian King ahead of the band’s 2018 tour.

19 hours ago / 14:23

Listen to the full show podcast of Food and Wine with Ben Malouf, Luke Davis and Julian King for November 17.  

20 hours ago / 41:58

Les McLaren from the Australian Beer Can Collectors Assoc. joins Food and Wine to talk the hobby.

20 hours ago / 07:34

Mike Hayes from Symphony Hill Wines was awarded Australian Society of Viticulture and Oenology’s Winemaker of The Year. Mike joins Food and Wine to talk his career and the award.

20 hours ago / 13:27

Legendary restaurateur Matt Moran joins Food and Wine to talk two of his latest projects: Barangaroo House and Veggie Van.

20 hours ago / 12:54
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