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Rumour File: Ex-AFL player Glenn Archer charged over junior footy incident

RUMOUR FILE CONFIRMED Former North Melbourne footballer Glenn Archer has been charged with assault following an incident at a junior football match yesterday. Archer, now a Roos board member, had previously come out and apologised for being involved in the incident this morning after it was made public on the 3AW Rumour File. The incident involved […]

Tom Elliott questions what the Liberal Party stands for

Tom Elliott has questioned what the Liberal Party stands for. The 3AW Drive host said he was unsure, given its stance on several different policies. “Is it fiscal restraint, or is it big spending? – they’re accumulating debt at a rate that would make Wayne Swan blush,” Tom Elliott said on Monday. “Is it small […]

10 hours ago
ANZ boss apologises for not making credit card changes clearer

ANZ’s chief executive has apologised for a letter which he says didn’t make changes to the bank’s credit card program clear. 3AW received a call from Colin, who said his annual fee had recently jumped from $40 to $240 without explanation. ANZ CEO Shayne Elliott said it was part of the bank’s plan to “clean […]

9 hours ago
Tree cutters scam elderly woman’s life savings

An elderly woman has been scammed of her entire savings, falling victim to a man and two women who offered to prune a tree and shrubs at her home. Neil Mitchell was alerted to the incident by Barbara. She told 3AW the group had knocked on the door of her mother’s Maidstone home, offering to […]

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Sports Update With James Willis, June 26

James Willis joins Steve Price to take an extended look at the weekend that was in sport.

3 hours ago / 07:59
Ben Hughes-Brown on Facade Fire Safety

Former NSW Fire Brigade Chief Safety Engineer Ben Hughes-Brown joins Steve Price for his take on the building code in Australian not mandating full-scale testing of facades for fire safety.

3 hours ago / 09:01
Terry McCrann on South Australia’s Bank Tax

Terry McCrann, News Limited’s Business Columnist joins Steve Price for his take on the new South Australian bank tax.

4 hours ago / 07:07
Chris Kenny, June 26

Chris Kenny, Associate Editor of The Australian and host of Sky News’ ‘Heads Up’ joins Steve Price for his take on Christopher Pyne’s Same Sex Marriage claims and the new HRC chief Rosalind Croucher.

4 hours ago / 09:46
Four Corner’s Expose of Retirement Village Regulation

Investigative journalist Adele Ferguson joins Steve Price to talk her joint ABC-Fairfax investigation into the practices of retirement village operators.

4 hours ago / 09:28
Car Advice with Steve Price Monday June 26

Trent Nikolic from joins Steve Price to talk the latest in motoring news and take your calls.

4 hours ago / 32:38
Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor from joins Ross for his look at the how the real estate market fared over the weekend

7 hours ago / 02:12
The Pyne tapes

Phil Coorey the Chief Political Correspondent for the AFR talk to Ross about the massive fracture within the Liberal party over same-sex marriage

7 hours ago / 07:38
No need to rush Jesse Hogan back, says pair of AFL greats

​ Star Melbourne forward Jesse Hogan is on the cusp of a return to footy after surgery to remove testicular cancer. But Gerard Healy and Matthew Lloyd say they wouldn’t bring him straight back into the senior side. The Demons have been flying of late, with Healy saying there shouldn’t be any rush to get […]

8 hours ago
Takata: Airbag-maker files for bankruptcy

Joshua Dowling the National Motoring Editor for News Corp talks to Ross about Takata filing for bankruptcy following the recall of tens of millions of defective airbags

8 hours ago / 02:13
“South Australia’s Bank levy is double taxation and is a disgrace”

Westpac CEO Brian Hartzer reacts to the South Australian Governments proposed Bank levy and why it could curtail investment in the state

8 hours ago / 09:31
Network Ten expected to be put into receivership

Laurence Freedman a former Co-owner of Network Ten talks to Ross about what might happen to Network Ten after it went into administration

8 hours ago / 08:59
Chris Bowen tells Tom Elliott he could legislate for gender quotas

Photo: Alex Ellinghausen / Fairfax The man who could be Australia’s next Treasurer hasn’t ruled out government intervention in the quest for gender equality on big business boards. Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen gave a speech at a Women in Economics Network function today saying Australia should consider quotas for women on ASX boards. He told […]

10 hours ago / 06:29
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EXCLUSIVE Dozens of Victorian speed and red-light cameras have been infected with a damaging computer virus. And it’s been revealed the Minister and Road Safety Camera Commissioner didn’t even know until Neil Mitchell exposed it all today. The 3AW Mornings program has confirmed 55 intersection cameras have been infected with WannaCry ransomware. The ransomware, which has recently caused an […]

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A woman who received a suspicious phone call from a man, who claimed he had a job for her, has made it her mission to take him down. It was all sounding great for 22-year-old Shannon, until the man started asking her very personal questions about her body. Shannon has told Neil Mitchell she’s made it her mission to […]

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James Willis joins Steve Price to take an extended look at the weekend that was in sport.

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