Andrew Moore speaks with John Ellicott, the author of a new book, Uncommon Heroes, that looks back at the legends who helped make Rugby League what it is today.
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Andrew Moore speaks to Senator Simon Birmingham about why a move to guillotine the Carbon Tax debate and proceed to a vote, went so wrong this morning. Ricky Muir split from the Palmer United Party, and voted against the move.
Andrew Moore speaks with Dr Stephen Moston from the University of Canberra about a study that revealed some children as young as 12 are using performance enhancing drugs.
Andrew Moore speaks with 2GB’s Ross Greenwood about Bill Shorten’s call for an inquiry the behaviour of the Commonwealth Bank in relation to poor financial advice that saw thousands of clients lose millions of dollars.
Andrew Moore speaks with Political Editor of The Australian, Dennis Shanahan about Ricky Muir breaking away from the Palmer United voting block to deny the Government a quick repeal of the Carbon Tax.
Andrew Moore speaks to Andrew Bolt about Operation Sovereign Borders – and how it appears that reports of two asylum seeker boats being taken to Christmas Island are false, with an interception at sea and boats being turned around in internationa
Does the NSW Police and Emgergency Services Minister, Stuart Ayres look like 2GB’s Andrew Moore?
Listen to the full show of Sydney Live with Andrew Moore here.
Andrew Moore chats with the Man on the Land, Dobbo.
Andrew Moore talks to a Melbourne mayor, Fiona McAllister, who has just enacted a 24 hour cat ban. The Yarra Ranges Council is now demanding that cats are kept on their owners’ property at all times.
Andrew Moore speaks to Blacktown Councilor, Stephen Bali, who has proposed to move the State Parliament from Macquarie Street to Blacktown.
The Managing Director of the Cooperative Research Centre for Contamination Assessment and Remediation of the Environment Ravi Naidu speaks with Andrew Moore on poisonous Chinese fruit and vegetables grown in poisonous soil.
Representative of the Parents and Citizens Association of NSW Racheal Sowden speaks with Andrew Moore on the rise in Suspensions, and the use of incentives to keep kids at school.
Bill Crews talks to Andrew Moore on homelessness, and the woman who was recently found with burns over 80% of her body.
Andrew Moore talks to Geoff Wilson, The McGrath Foundation fundraiser who just reached the South Pole after crossing 3428.5km over 53 days with a “boobsled”.
Psychologist, Jo Lamble, talks to Andrew about phobias
Gary Way, President of Tram & Bus Division of Tram, Bus & Train Union, talks to Andrew about violence on busses
CEO of St John Ambulance, Peter Le Cornu, speaks to Andrew about the importance of CPR
Sydney to Hobart hero Tony Purkiss speaks to Andrew Moore
QT Financial Planning GM Sloan Wilkins talks to Andrew about the financial traps of giving a teenager a mobile
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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.