The Ray Hadley Morning Show

Monday - Saturday 9:00am to 12:00pm

Ray Hadley works tirelessly to bring his listeners an informative and entertaining Morning Show from Monday to Saturday.  He has rated number one in Sydney since 2004, and is now heard on network stations right across Australia. On Saturdays, during the NRL season, his Continuous Call Team remains unbeaten since Ray first arrived at 2GB in 2002.

The Ray Hadley Morning Show brings you the latest news, sport, traffic and weather, with hard-hitting political interviews and commentary. Ray has a reputation for breaking news, and loves to hear from listeners on the open line and via email.

Visit www.rayhadley.com.au

The Ray Hadley Country Music Collection; Volume 3

The Ray Hadley Country Music Collection; V3 is out now and available at Sanity, JB Hi Fi, Big W, K Mart, iTunes and Leading Edge Stores.

Or you can purchase the double CD online through Sanity - Click Here.

Once again Ray's proceeds from the sale of the CD will be donated to Professor Dominic Rowe as he continues his fight against Motor Neurone Disease.

 

 

The Ray Hadley Parody Juke Box

 

Graeme Hunt was minding his own business at his Merrylands home back in March when he heard a cry for help.When he went out onto the street to help he was shot in the chest. The bullet lodged in his spine, paralysing him.

 

Eight months on his recovery continues but he needs your help.To donate:

https://give.everydayhero.com/au/graeme-hunt

To donate to Professor Dominic Rowe’s research into Motor Neurone Disease

 

Cheque made payable to: Motor Neurone Disease Service at Macquarie University

 

Mail to: Professor Dominic Rowe

Macquarie Neurology

PO Box 2059

Normanhurst NSW 2076

Alternatively, there is an internet secure site at Macquarie that can handle donations directly:

www.mq.edu.au/mnd

The Ray Hadley Country Music Collection; V3 is out now and available at Sanity(link is external), JB Hi Fi, Big W, K Mart, iTunes and Leading Edge Stores.

Or you can purchase the double CD online through Sanity - Click Here.(link is external)

Once again Ray's proceeds from the sale of the CD will be...

Listener Beryl tells Ray she poured hot water in her milk and it turned blue

Richard Callender gives his tips for the weekend’s races

Listen to the full Ray Hadley Morning Show for January 30

Billy from Hillston’s dad Henry after good rain earlier in January

Deputy Police Commissioner Nick Kaldas has slammed the police bugging scandal, claiming it has destroyed the lives of police officers

Ray breaks the news legendary Australian golfer Kel Nagle has passed away aged 94

Rob calls Ray to thank everyone who attended the funeral of his partner’s seven-year-old son Marcus who was killed in a car accident last week

Ray plays audio of Shooters and Fishers MP Robert Borsak claiming NSW Attorney-General Brad Hazzard threatened and tried to bribe him to steer clear of the police bugging inquiry

Ray talks to new Immigration Minister Peter Dutton about the High Court ruling in favour of the Government  boats continuing to attempt the journey to Australia and the number of long-term illegal immigrants living in Australia

 

Dennis Shanahan, Political Editor for The Australian, talks to Ray about the pressure on Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s Chief Of Staff Peta Credlin

Ray plays audio of ABC presenter David Rutledge comparing terrorists fighting for Islamic State to diggers fighting in World War One                              

Ray Hadley Highlights: January 29

Listen to the full Ray Hadley Morning Show for January 29

Sandra Sully has been reading the news for 25 years now… Ray talks to her about their first meeting as young journalists in the lifts of 2UE

Ray talks to newsreader Sandra Sully as she marks 25 years with Channel Ten

Police are investigating after St Charbel's Maronite Church in Punchbowl was allegedly vandalised last night

Caller Matthew, who lost his leg last year, tells Ray he’s been knocked back by Centrelink for the DSP because they said his condition will improve.

Listener Beryl tells Ray she poured hot water in her milk and it turned blue

Richard Callender gives his tips for the weekend’s races

Listen to the full Ray Hadley Morning Show for January 30

Deputy Police Commissioner Nick Kaldas has slammed the police bugging scandal, claiming it has destroyed the lives of police officers

Ray breaks the news legendary Australian golfer Kel Nagle has passed away aged 94

Rob calls Ray to thank everyone who attended the funeral of his partner’s seven-year-old son Marcus who was killed in a car accident last week

Ray plays audio of Shooters and Fishers MP Robert Borsak claiming NSW Attorney-General Brad Hazzard threatened and tried to bribe him to steer clear of the police bugging inquiry

Ray talks to new Immigration Minister Peter Dutton about the High Court ruling in favour of the Government  boats continuing to attempt the journey to Australia and the number of long-term illegal immigrants living in Australia

 

Dennis Shanahan, Political Editor for The Australian, talks to Ray about the pressure on Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s Chief Of Staff Peta Credlin

Ray plays audio of ABC presenter David Rutledge comparing terrorists fighting for Islamic State to diggers fighting in World War One                              

Ray Hadley Highlights: January 29

Listen to the full Ray Hadley Morning Show for January 29

Sandra Sully has been reading the news for 25 years now… Ray talks to her about their first meeting as young journalists in the lifts of 2UE

Caller Matthew, who lost his leg last year, tells Ray he’s been knocked back by Centrelink for the DSP because they said his condition will improve.

Ray Hadley Highlights: January 28

Listen to the full Ray Hadley Morning Show for January 28

NSW Attorney-General Brad Hazzard joins Ray to announce the new bail laws are finally in effect

Ray Hadley Highlights: January 27

Listen to the full Ray Hadley Morning Show for January 27

Ray talks to Olga Horak, a survivor of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp, on the 70th anniversary of the Auschwitz liberation

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Graeme Hunt was minding his own business at his Merrylands home back in March when he heard a cry for help.When he went out onto the street to help he was shot in the chest. The bullet lodged in his spine, paralysing him.

 

Eight months on his recovery continues but he needs your help.To donate:

https://give.everydayhero.com/au/graeme-hunt

To donate to Professor Dominic Rowe’s research into Motor Neurone Disease

 

Cheque made payable to: Motor Neurone Disease Service at Macquarie University

 

Mail to: Professor Dominic Rowe

Macquarie Neurology

PO Box 2059

Normanhurst NSW 2076

Alternatively, there is an internet secure site at Macquarie that can handle donations directly:

www.mq.edu.au/mnd

On October 25th, two brave men are canoeing 111km to raise money for Dr Charlie Teo's Cure Brain Cancer Foundation after losing a 6-year-old family member to the horrific disease.

To donate: http://www.curebraincancer.org.au/my-fundraising/1170/hawkesbury#.U_cPA2FDv7E.facebook

Caroline is a 47-year-old widowed mother of four children. Three have been diagnosed with autism and intellectual disabilities. Two years ago, Caroline lost her husband to cancer. Less than a year later, Caroline was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. She’s currently in remission.

 

One of her children has unfortunately become extremely violent and uncontrollable. In fits of rage he destroyed parts of the house, causing thousands of dollars’ worth of damages.

 

If you can help out, please click on the following link:

 

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15-year-old Curtis Landers was injured during a freak rugby league accident in Port Macquarie in May.

He is beginning his recovery at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and needs your support.

To Donate to the "Curtis Landers Road to Recovery Appeal”Account Name: Forster Tuncurry Junior Hawks Rugby League

BSB: 012-626

Account Number: 213700588

Reference: (please use your surname or nominate anonymous)

 

Or donations can be made via paypal:

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This is an incredibly sad story about a family in Macksville, on the NSW Mid North Coast.

 

Xander was born in 2009. He was initially a healthy baby but his health deteriorated rapidly. After countless tests, Xander was diagnosed with Facnconi Anemia, a genetic disease that is extremely rare. There are fewer than 40 cases in Australia.  

 

A number of complications led to Xander’s bone marrow beginning to fail. 

 

To improve his health, doctors advised he needed a perfect bone marrow match and the best option would be marrow from a sibling. Xander...

The community of St George is asking for your help.

Luke Walker was killed and his wife, Catherine, seriously injured after an alleged drunk driver crashed into their car.

The Lions Club has set up a Westpac Bank Account for donations to help their three young children.

BSB: 034213

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 165840

REFERENCE: Walker Family Donation

For more details on the Walker’s story, visit the following page:

 

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Gary & his wife Tracy have 4 children, Chloe, Joshua, Ben & Shania. On the 18th Nov 2013, Tracy and Chloe were involved in a single vehicle accident, Tracy was taken to Liverpool Hospital & Chloe to Westmead, both critical.

Their other children were being cared for by grandparents Neville & Narelle.

On Sat 7th Dec, on their way to Sydney, the unimaginable happened, Neville & Narelle were involved in a head on accident with their 2 young grandchildren on board.

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Dennis, a young father of three, has been diagnosed with advanced melanoma.

Dennis comes from Coleambally but is currently seeing doctors in Sydney.

An account to assist Dennis and his family has been set up by the Lions Club of Coleambally.

Account name: Lions Club of Coleambally Dennis Inggs Family Fundraising Account

BSB: 633 000

Account number: 149879520

Source: The Daily Telegraph

Scott Snodgrass was allegedly king hit early on May 18 in Coffs Harbour.

His family made the heart wrenching decision to turn off his life support two days later.

Scott leaves behind his wife Roisin Maitland and their four children.

An appeal has been set up to help the family.

To donate:

Holiday Coast Credit Union

Account Name: Scott Snodgrass Appeal

BSB: 802 214

Account No: 100164370

A benefit night will be held for the family at a date yet to be confirmed. If you would like to donate items for the night please...

On Tuesday the 7th May 2013 Leading Senior Constable Chris Plummer, from Bankstown Local Area Command, lost his battle with an extremely aggressive form of cancer.

He was diagnosed only seven weeks before his death.

Chris was married to Juliet and they have four daughters, all under the age of 12.

The NSW Police Force is asking for the public to donate money to help support Chris' wife and their children.

Funds can be donated to the following account:

POLICE BANK

ACCOUNT NAME: CHRIS AND JULIET PLUMMER

BSB: 815000

ACCOUNT...

Pat Brown suffered a severe electric shock while working at Governor Phillip Tower in October last year. He passed away on the 6th January 2013, aged 26.

Pat leaves behind his wife Nicole and their baby Ruby.

70 of his friends are raising money to help the family out by taking part in the Tough Mudder competition at Mulgoa. The event is a 20km obstacle course designed by the British Special Forces.

Donation details:

Bank - Sydney credit union

BSB - 802084

Account Number - 145284

Account Name - A Brown and...

The Sawtell Junior Rugby League Club has set up a memorial fund for Jake Kedzlie to help Jake's family, especially with the cost of the funeral.
 
The details are:
JAKE KEDZLIE MEMORIAL FUND
National Australia Bank Sawtell
BSB: 082 821
ACCOUNT: 155 435 412
Donations can be made at any National Australia Bank.