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“Greens are the new Totalitarians,” Andrew Bolt & Steve Price, August 22

Andrew Bolt and Steve Price discuss the day’s politics from Green-dominated local councils to same-sex marriage.

47 mins ago / 45:15
Roger Montgomery

Roger Montgomery from Montgomery Investment Management looks at stocks

2 hours ago / 06:24
BHP CEO Andrew Mackenzie

BHP CEO, Andrew Mackenzie, talks to Ross about their results, why they are exiting their shale business, and their battle with Elliott Management

2 hours ago / 14:49
Banks threaten court action

Anna Bligh, CEO of the Australian Bankers’ Association, talks to Ross about the threat of high court action should the South Australian government introduce a bank levy

3 hours ago / 10:14
Darebin mayor defends decision to scrap Australia Day

Neil Mitchell has clashed with the mayor of Darebin after the council became Melbourne’s second to officially scrap Australia Day celebrations on January 26. Kim Le Cerf says a lot of people “don’t understand” the meaning of the day and the hurt it causes. “I think if we all had a better understanding of the […]

10 hours ago
NBA star dominates as fill-in for social game in Melbourne

A handful of social basketballers at Greensborough got the shock of their sporting lives when they came up against one of the NBA’s hottest young talents on Monday night. Melbourne-raised ace Ben Simmons is back home and in true Australian style came to the aid of a friend in need who was short for numbers […]

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Ugly footage emerges of fight involving junior footballers and spectators

Ugly footage of a melee involving junior footballers and a handful of spectators has emerged. It comes after Neil Mitchell was tipped off to the incident involving East Burwood and Rowville Knights on Sunday. Several players in the under-17 grand final get into a scuffle, which ends up on the fence. A handful of spectators […]

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Man deconstructs woman’s car to save possum

A Surf Coast man has essentially pulled apart a woman’s car to save a possum. And the woman was thrilled. Click PLAY to hear Neil Mitchell chat with Jason Cichocki and Amber Potter Interview online soon

13 hours ago
Toorak mansion smashes sale record

A Toorak mansion has reportedly sold for approximately $40 million, making it the most expensive house to ever sell in Victoria. “Toorak Bonanza” told The Rumour File the sale became unconditional last week. The agent has declined to comment. We’re pretty confident it’s on the money.

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