David Borger is pushing for a better deal for residents in Western Sydney. He says with more planning – tens of thousands of extra jobs could be created.
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As EDDIE OBEID faces ICAC, the Sydney Morning Herald reports he’s approached the Attorney General for Legal Aid.
Ray speaks to CHRIS SMITH about his new book – RAY MARTIN’S WORLD – a photographic journey through his career as an award winning journalist.
BOOK SIGNING Saturday, November 2nd.
WESTFIELD CHATSWOOD – OUTSIDE DYMOCKS
Chris Smith speaks with Mohamed El-Mouelhy, Chairman, Halal Certification Authority, Australia, regarding recent images of Australian livestock being slaughtered in Jordan.
Chris Smith speaks with DR LEON SIMONS a leading Cholesterol expert about his concerns about issues raised on the ABC’s Catalyst programme last night.
Chris Smith speaks to CELEBRITY chef MATT MORAN - about his new PAY TV programme, PADDOCK TO PLATE. The new series sees Matt return to his roots – and other growing areas to source and cook great cuisine.
Chris has his weekly chat with Andrew Bolt, where they talk about Halloween – before getting stuck into the week’s issues, including a student protest against Joe Hockey in Melbourne; who will Clive Palmer actually represent in Parliament; and wh
Chris Smith speaks with Labor Mayor of Fairfield, Frank Carbone. Frank is concerned that pool registration legislation is causing confusion, and in some instances, unworkable as Councils are left to field the costs of administration.
LISA JUDD tells of the fire coming towards her Winmalee home.
Gary, the son of two parents killed in a truck accident at Menangle in 2012, rings in to Chris Smith, calling for serious questions needing to be asked about the way the trucking industry and regulators operate in NSW.
Chris speaks to Dr Martin Woods – the Curator of Maps at the National Library of Australia – about plans to display the oldest map known of Australia from next month – after it being found in a storeroom.
CHRIS speaks with JOEL CAINE and Souths Legend BOB McCARTHY regarding the weekend’s footy, and perhaps the Bunnies living their fairytale!
Chris catches up with rugby league super mum Julie Burgess on the eve of the Bunnies' minor premiership clash with arch rivals, the Sydney Roosters.
Chris chats with Janet about the 'real' Tony Abbott, both have experienced a warm, engaging man but he never appears like that in interviews. Chris and Janet discuss what can be done to 'loosen Tony up'. But then...
Kevin Rudd's called the election, we speak with independent South Australian Senator Nick Xenophon. Covering issues arising for the coming election, including the make up of the senate and Kevin Rudd's "trust" issues.
Chris Smith speaks with former premier Nathan Rees in a scathing interview on former state labor party ministers. ICAC findings were handed down today. Also touching on the issues of escalating gun crime in Sydney.
The Royal Australiasian College of Physicians is calling for a legal ammendment to outlaw smacking children. We talk to Professor Kim Oates on why a leading group of doctors is trying to outlaw smacking.
Professor Bob Carter joins us from the Canberra studio to answer questions and talk about his new book 'Taxing Air'. Professor Carter takes the spin and propaganda out of climate change and answers questions on global warming.
In breaking news on the Chris Smith Afternoon Show, Craig Thomson manages to avoid having his court case heard in front of a judge and jury.
Chris Smith chats with Andrew Bolt about the AWU slush fund.
What's on - December
One of Australia's most majestic waterways, the Clarence River is a dominant feature in Grafton's landscape and lifestyle.
The Australian Beach Soccer Cup is more than simply a Beach Soccer tournament attracting over 4000 people over the weekend.
News and Weather
- Sydney, Fine
Currently: 15.4°C - Maximum: 25°C
- Melbourne, Fine
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- Canberra, Fine
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- Brisbane, Fine
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- Cairns, A few showers
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- Perth, Partly cloudy
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- Adelaide, Partly cloudy
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- Darwin, Thunderstorm
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- Alice Springs, Fine
Currently: 18.6°C - Maximum: 35°C
- Hobart, A few showers
Currently: 10.7°C - Maximum: 17°C