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Tony Abbott defends Australia Day: ‘Why are these people so embarrassed about our country?’

Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott has staunchly defended Australia Day, saying British settlement was good for our country. Mr Abbott tells Chris Kenny he doesn’t understand Labor’s “ambiguous stance” on Australia Day. “Why are these people so embarrassed about our country? “I think there’s been a deafening silence from the Labor Party…they’ve tried to have a […]

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Premier Gladys Berejiklian is standing by Transport Minister Andrew Constance as negotiations continue to prevent transport workers striking for 24-hours. The Premier tells Chris Kenny inconveniencing the public in favour of industrial action is “inexcusable”. “The end objective should be to avoid that industrial action of the 29th of January. None of us want to […]

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At its peak in December 2016, Bitcoin was valued at approximately $20,000 per coin. But with potential regularity crackdowns in South Korea and China, that value might take a hit. To find out more, Michael McLaren speaks with RMIT Economics Professor Jason Potts. “The Chinese and Korean and Australian government can’t do much about the underlying Bitcoin […]

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  On January 18 1977, 84 people were killed when a bridge collapsed on top of a train at Granville in what remains Australia’s worst ever rail disaster. 41 years on Channel 7 News Director Jason Morrison sent Mark Levy a copy of a 2UE radio report from the scene of the accident. Journalist Paul […]

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Macquarie Media travel journalist Pamela Wright talks to Natalie Peters about how to be savvy while travelling solo.

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Dr Liz Hanna of the Climate and Health Alliance talks to Natalie Peters Australian Open organisers need to make some changes to heat procedures, or move the event from January.

51 mins ago / 06:51

Kayley Harris  from the FiftyUp Club discusses retirement and the NBN with Luke Grant

3 hours ago / 05:26

Founder of Australia’s biggest independent online retailer Ruslan Kogan chats to Luke Grant about the future of online shopping in Australia

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Paul Makin was the first reporter on the scene at Australia’s worst rail disaster where 84 people died and 210 were injured. He describes the scene to Luke Grant.

4 hours ago / 06:49

David Flint talks to Natalie Peters about US politics.

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Photographer Amos Chapple tells Luke Grant how he survived on reindeer soup working in the coldest place in the world

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Danny Bielik joins Luke Grant to talk Courses and Careers.  

4 hours ago / 25:31

Lawyer Darren Sanicki chats to Luke Grant about Darren Hayes’ outburst with his music being on Cory Bernardi’s playlist 

5 hours ago / 06:10

Minister for Employment Michaelia Cash discusses with Luke Grant how last year’s economy has created 400,000 new jobs

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The teams are in ahead of tonight’s clash at the SCG. FOLLOW LIVE: All the action from Sydney Full teams Sydney Sixers XI: Joe Denly, Daniel Hughes, Nic Maddinson, Moises Henriques, Jordan Silk, Carlos Brathwaite, Johan Botha (c), Peter Nevill (wk), Sean Abbott, Ben Dwarshuis, Nathan Lyon Brisbane Heat XI: Brendon McCullum (c), Sam Heazlett, Marnus Labuschagne, […]

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Brisbane Heat spinner Mitch Swepson says the rejuvenated Sydney Sixers are a force to be reckoned with going into the final matches of the season. While the men in magenta may be out of finals contention, they have won their last two matches and look a vastly-improved unit from the one that lost their opening […]

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MACQUARIE’S SUMMER OF CRICKET LINE-UP TONIGHT: David Morrow and Glenn McGrath CLICK HERE TO LISTEN ONLINE ==== After his side’s big loss, Brisbane Heat coach Daniel Vettori joined Macquarie Cricket, lamenting his side’s missed opportunities tonight. Click PLAY below for the full interview ==== Victorious Sydney Sixers captain Johan Botha joined us after his side completed victory […]

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What better way to cool down this time of the year than with some gelato. Cow & The Moon is a gelateria in Enmore which has punters lining up around the block waiting to try their ice cream which was voted number one in 2014. Sam Crowl is co-founder of the gelato bar and joins […]

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