Pet expert Kaye Brown talks with Chris Smith about everything new in the pet industry.
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Chris Smith is hopping with joy as Souths move to the top of the table. Meanwhile a big rugby match on the weekend – and a chance to break a drought that goes back to 2002. Lote Tuqiri speaks with Chris.
Grace Collier joins Chris Smith and talks about Joe Hockey’s shocker week.
She’s 26, beautiful, and has everything in life to live for. Yet Harriet Wran, daughter of former Premier Neville Wran was hiding a dark secret – her battle with drugs.
Chris Smith speaks to Professor Jeff Borland from The University of Melbourne and Gary Brack, Chief Executive of the Australian Federation of Employers and Industry about the government’s planned reforms to Social Security.
Claudia McEwen, sister of bondi bashing victim Michael McEwen and Wake Up Foundation co-founder talks with Chris Smith about a new national collective- Stop the Punch.
Chris Smith speaks with Minister Barnaby Joyce about Clive Palmer’s verbal attack on Peta Credlin and the Federal Government’s Drought Support Package.
Whistleblower Kathy Jackson speaks with Chris Smith about today's sentencing of former Labor MP Craig Thomson.
Chris Smith speaks with former Baltimore Police officer and author of In Defense of Flogging.
Chris speaks to UNSW Professor Chris Turney, the Expedition Leader from the MV Akademic Shokalskiy, who is awaiting rescue from an ice floe in Antarctica.
The ten year-old singer, first discovered by Ellen Degeneres, comes in studio to talk about her experiences and her debut album
War Historian, Will Davies, joins Chris in the studio to talk about Christmas day during World War One
Gold medal winning Olympic saior, Tom Slingsby, talks to Chris about his first Sydney to Hobart race
The NSW Premier speaks about alcohol fueled violence, ICAC, and safety on roads around schools
Joe Hockey speaks to Chris about the cuts he’ll have to make to Government spending in order to get the budget under control.
Dick Smith Speaks to Chris Smith about the launch of the Dick Smith Foods Foundation, his new charity food company, to be announced by Prime Minister Tony Abbott at 9am
News Limited economics and business journalist, Terry McCrann, chats to Chris Smith and outlines what we can expect in the MYEFO that will be released at 12.30 today
Chris Smith is joined by Steve Purvinas, Federal secretary of Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers Association (ALAEA), to talk about the Royal Commission into Unions and Slush Funds
Chris Smith speaks to Mitch Peden, Vice President of Marketing, Communications & Operational Services at AB Volvo, Australian truck manufacturer. They discuss Toyota’s Union entitlements.
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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SNDD&BG Doll & Bear and Display being held on Saturday, 20 September from 10am to 4pm at Asquith Leagues Club, 11-37 Alexandria Parade, Waitara 2077 to raise money for Bear Cottage.A super
SYDNEY CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL finds a new home at the Seymour Centre in 2014 with a week longprogram of performances, workshops and free activities for kids aged 5-12.In its inaugural year at the Sey