Kaye joins Chris in studio to talk about prevention of Ticks and Fleas.
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Chris Smith speaks to Dr Roger Landry, author of “Live long, die short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Ageing”.
Would you believe these pro-Palestinian protesters are chanting that the only solution to the Gaza conflict is Jihad?
This video was filmed on a street in Lakemba, in Western Sydney.
Mustard Sommelier Elodie Charlotte-Cleria will tell you why, as she visits Sydney to launch a boutique mustard store in Mosman. Located in Bridgepoint, La Maison Maille will feature forty mustards and other condiments.
Katrina Lee joins Chris to talk about the 50 years of Channel 10
Paddy from Orange calls Ray after finding a safety pin in a block of cheese from a major supermarket
Grace Collier Joins Chris Smith to discuss her CLOWN OF THE WEEK.
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The switch from signature to PIN that’s taking place today
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Steve Price is joined by Danny Bielik thanks to Management Consultancy International to talk about Courses and Careers.
Andrew Bolt joins Steve Price to discuss the latest in news and politics.
Ross Greenwood Speaks to Michael Mandel author of “The App Economy” and Evan Davey from Two Bulls about the growth of app development
Chris Smith talks wine today – with resident guest Stu Gregor and the author of The Australian Wine Companion, James Halliday. They talk about how to test and select good wines.
It’s called a CLEVER BUOY – and it’s a sonar device designed to find and text life savers about potential sharks in the area.
With the number of Ebola cases now around 700, Chris Smith speaks to an expert about the possibility of the virus reaching the western world.
Andrew Bolt and former NSW Premier – Kristina Keneally take on the big issues head to head. Today they talk about President Putin coming to the G20, Sarah Hanson Young affecting the behaviour of detainees and the threat of home grown terror.
NSW Emergency Services and Police Minister Stuart Ayres announces tough new penalties for people who throw cigarettes out the window
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- Sydney, A few showers
Currently: 13.2°C - Maximum: 16°C
- Melbourne, A few showers
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- Canberra, Fine
Currently: 8.6°C - Maximum: 11°C
- Brisbane, Fine
Currently: 20.6°C - Maximum: 21°C
- Cairns, Partly cloudy
Currently: 27.1°C - Maximum: 28°C
- Perth, Partly cloudy
Currently: 18°C - Maximum: 19°C
- Adelaide, Partly cloudy
Currently: 13.6°C - Maximum: 14°C
- Darwin, Fine
Currently: 32.3°C - Maximum: 33°C
- Alice Springs, Fine
Currently: 16.3°C - Maximum: 17°C
- Hobart, A few showers
Currently: 8.7°C - Maximum: 11°C
The Yellow Mountain Cross Country is a two day event consisting of approximately 220 kilometres each day. It is run the first weekend of August each year.
The team head back to Gerringong to call all of the action of the inaugural Continuous Call Team Shield between Gerringong and Kiama.