From Kalumburu to Koombooloomba

****West Wyalong gathering to support one another

****A world champion weightlifter from Rockingham

****a new glass walkway in the NT

****and the Hawker Races

From Bundanoon to Brigadoon

****a town for sale in Tassie; racing pigs put on a Show; mottephobia on the rise in SA; and a concert series in the gardens of Oberon

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Ross Greenwood speaks to Alan Jones who chaired a meeting of Queensland Nickel workers in Townsville today.

From Cooya Pooya to Cambooya

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Skull joined Alan on breakfast to preview the 2nd Trans-Tasman test in Christchurch. The number one test ranking is up for grabs.

A few choice cuts from Mudgee to Budgee

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Warren Moore presents the highlights from 2GB in 2015.

Alan Jones has sent a wonderful Christmas message to everyone for the Exodus Foundation Christmas special. Listen here.

Australia’s number one broadcaster congratulates Luke and Steph on their first show.

Skull joined Alan on breakfast to have a look at the first test against the Windies in Hobart.

Skull joined Alan on breakfast to reflect on the successful day-night test in Adelaide.

Skull joined Alan on breakfast to preview the day-night test match in Adelaide.

Skull joined Alan on breakfast to preview the 2nd test between Australia and New Zealand at the WACA. Some kind words to say about Mitchell Johnson.

From Warne to Starke....

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Skull joins Alan on breakfast to preview the first test between Australian and New Zealnd at the Gabba.

From Port Denison to Fort Denison

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Legerwood in the top right hand corner of Tasmania

They planted a row of trees in 1918 to honour the handful of locals killed in World War I

Skull has a hilarious exchange with Alan about spray tans, tennis, rugby, racing and a whole lot of other nonsense! Hilarious and insightful.

To preview the Glenn Wheeler lunch next week

Another spectacular day exploring the wilds of Tasmania thanks to AATKings.   We headed west to the magnificent Mount Field National Park.  It's Tasmania's oldest national park - and is only about and hour and a quarter out of Hobart.


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