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 Wayne Nelson from Little River Band in LOS ANGELES talks to Luke about the current situation with LRB and Glenn Shorrock


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NSW Minister for Roads and Freight Duncan Gay tells Luke about independent truck safety checks after the Cootes tanker crash, eating while driving  and the Tamworth Country Music Festival.

NSW Police and Emergency Services Minister Stuart Ayres talks to Luke about how police are fighting the ice epidemic gripping NSW.

Assistant Treasurer Josh Frydenberg talks to Luke from the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland.

Heritage consultant Mitch McKay  talks to Luke about Bob Hope’s visit to Laurieton  in the 1940’s.

Environment Minister Greg Hunt calls to break the news land at Malabar land will not be sold.

Executive Director Tony Nicholson from the Brotherhood of St Laurence talks to Luke about the Youth Conference Program being cut from the budget.

Luke talks to Communications Director Mark Metherell from Consumers Health Forum on rise of health insurance premiums.

NSW Treasurer Andrew Constance tells Luke Electrical Unions pushing for a pay rise will drive up electricity prices.

Director of NSW Crime Statistics & Research Don Weathurburn tells Luke most AVO’s are successful at protecting victims.

Founder & CEO of Family Drug Support Tony Trimingham whose son died of a drug overdose tells Luke he supports the two Bali Nine members on death rows pleas for clemency.

Callers tell Luke another truck heads towards Galston Gorge before getting stuck.

Grazier Nick Pritchard tells Luke he’s happy for the rain even though it’s turned his property near Broken Hill into an island.

Country Music star Beccy Cole tells Luke about her love of music, a new album and the Tamworth Country Music Festival.

President of the NSW Police Association Scott Webber talks to Luke about the Ice epidemic and says numbers on name badges and camera’s in vests will increase safety for Police.

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton tells Luke no amount of protest will allow asylum seekers, not found to be refugees, to settle in Australia.

Artist Ben Quilty tells Luke about his visit to Kerobokan jail to see Bali Nine’s Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran waiting on news of their execution.

Vet Dr Rob Zammit tells Luke about the cruel and dangerous practices of puppy farms.


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