More than 100 firefighters are battling a blaze on a ship in Port Kembla Harbour, just south of Wollongong. Flames broke out in the cargo hold of the bulk iron-ore carrier, prompting the evacuation of all crew members. Fire crews have travelled from Sydney and the Illawarra to help tackle the inferno. Environment Protection officers are […]
Rev. Bill discovers the remarkable real-life story of Broadway and West End star Tony Sheldon, who is currently playing the lead role in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
Federal Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg says AGL made a “poor decision” to export more than $2-billion worth of gas which could’ve gone to Australian households. Two years ago the company sold off a quarter of the nation’s annual gas supply to China, Korea, Japan and Malaysia. Now, AGL boss Andy Vesey has revealed a plan […]
750 new paramedics and call centre staff will be employed as part of the state government’s $1-billion budget allocation for ambulance services. Health Minister Brad Hazzard says the first 200 recruits will be trained and deployed across the state within the next year. Speaking with Ben Fordham, Premier Gladys Berejiklian thanks him for his ‘vigilant’ […]
Former NRL referee Steve Clark is blowing the whistle on a financial planner who has robbed him and other retired refs of hundreds of thousands of dollars. In 2011, Steve and his colleagues were introduced to Graeme Walter Miller, head of CFS Private Wealth, who helped them set up Self-Managed Super Funds. In the years since, […]
Mining bosses are taking aim at “Greenies”, saying their activism is preventing projects that can enhance Australia’s most successful industries. The mining industry is responsible for a $55-billion injection into Queensland’s economy and employs 40,000 people. But coal and gas executives have joined forces to issue a warning, that Green activists hiding behind a “tofu curtain” […]