The Senator has a by-election in his sights.
The 70’s legend will tour the nation for the first time next year, to mark 50 years in the industry
2GB’s Ray Hadley has revealed the name for Sydney’s newest ferry ‘Ferry McFerryface’ was a captain’s call by Transport Minister Andrew Constance and not voted on by the public. On November 14 the NSW Government announced ‘Ferry McFerryface’ had won the ‘Name Your Ferry’ competition, voted on by “hundreds of Sydneysiders.” A public backlash ensued […]
Senator Cory Bernardi has called for an investigation into the “hacking” of Christopher Pyne’s Twitter, after the account ‘liked’ gay porn. Watch the senator struggle to contain his laughter after an interesting choice of words. Yesterday 2GB Mornings Host Ray Hadley spoke with Cory Bernardi about Christopher Pyne’s claims. Listen the the interview HERE.
Almost 27 years after Take That first formed, the British boy band is back, and they’re in Australia. The band that launched Robbie Williams has 56 number one hits, 35 number one albums and 45,000,000 record sales worldwide. Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen joined 2GB Breakfast Host Alan Jones in studio in the middle of […]
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 […]
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%. […]
Ivan Bresic joins Luke Davis and Julian King to talk the week in property.
Ross Wilson from the legendary Mondo Rock joins Luke Davis and Julian King ahead of the band’s 2018 tour.
Listen to the full show podcast of Food and Wine with Ben Malouf, Luke Davis and Julian King for November 17.
Les McLaren from the Australian Beer Can Collectors Assoc. joins Food and Wine to talk the hobby.
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.
Legendary restaurateur Matt Moran joins Food and Wine to talk two of his latest projects: Barangaroo House and Veggie Van.
Trent Nikolic from CarAdvice.com joins Luke Davis and Julian King to talk the Car Advice Car of the Week.
Sam Cawthorn, a body language expert, joins Luke Davis and Julian King to talk the power of body language and how those in leadership roles use it to great effect.
Michael Pachi joins Luke Davis and Julian King to discuss the week in politics.
Listen to the full show podcast of Sportzone with Mark Levy for November 17.
Dr. Shalin Naik from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research talks to Ross about leading an Australian effort to map every cell in the human body.
ACCC Deputy Chair, Michael Schaper talks to Ross about Red Balloon becoming the first company to be hit with fines for excessive payment surcharges.
Peter V’landys, Racing NSW CEO explains to Ross about what the Tabcorp-Tatts merger means for punters and racing.
Queensland Nationals Senator Barry O’Sullivan talks to Ross about why he’s pushing to introduce a bill that would see a powerful commission of inquiry into Australia’s banks.
Geoff Trotter from Fueltrac talks to Ross about why you’re paying more for petrol at the bowser.
Ian Healy talks Ben through the team.
NSW Racing Minister Paul Toole confirms to Ray the new Greyhound Commission will be based at Bathurst
Migrants paying thousands for jobs that don’t exist.
The team is off to the Soccer World Cup