A Breakfast listener has made Chris Smith aware of a pursuit involving a stolen car in Sydney’s northwest. It happened at around 1am on Wednesday morning. The car crashed into the listener’s home at Glenwood a short time after being pursued by police through surrounding suburbs. Police believe the car was an Audi Q5 which […]
Global social media site TikTok has admitted to US senators that user data is accessible in China and Australian data may be less than secure as well. Tik Tok has previously stated some Australian data is kept in US servers. Liberal Senator James Paterson wrote to TikTok to request information on Australian users’ data security […]
Australian singer Guy Sebastian and his best mate Tim Freeburn, are currently undertaking a 500km walk from Wagga Wagga to Sydney to raise funds to put Aussie kids through an in-school mental health program. Guy and Tim believe Aussies need to consider mental health as an integral part of children’s education. Guy told Chris Smith […]
Today is International World Chocolate Day! World Chocolate Day is an annual celebration, occurring globally on July 7, which some suggest to be the anniversary of the introduction of chocolate to Europe in 1550. General Manager of Junee Licorice & Chocolate Factory Rhiannon Druce explained to Chris Smith the benefits of Chocolate. “It’s something that […]
Each morning Ben Fordham talks to our correspondents in the US and the UK. Listen to Chris’s chat with Harley Carnes in the US below. Listen to Adam Gilchrist’s UK report.
The Federal Health Minister Mark Butler and the Shadow Health Minister Anne Ruston have joined Luke Grant on Drive to give their arguments on the recent removal of 70 specialised telehealth services. Concerns are growing that ending the services will leave vulnerable patients without care. Mr Butler argued that the June 30 cut was set by […]