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The Prime Minister has rebuked Daniel Andrews over comments in the lead-up to the same-sex marriage survey result being made public. In an editorial for The Age this week, the Victorian Premier encouraged the LGBTQI community to “get mad and get even” with the federal government. It led Neil Mitchell to accuse Mr Andrews of […]

Dean Jones has blasted the selection of Tim Paine as “desperate”. Jones said the keeper’s selection doesn’t say much about Australia’s wicket-keeping stocks. “Paine’s had one first-class hundred in 154 innings,” he said. “It reeks of desperation to me. They’re trying to pull a rabbit out of a hat.” Jones said the selection of Paine […]

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Jamie Elliott will have to undergo surgery on an ankle injury. The Magpie forward presented with soreness at training on Friday, and a scan confirmed he will need surgery. Elliott will likely be out of action until late January.

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It’s official – North Koreans do not like Australia. 60 minutes reporter Tom Steinfort has just returned from the hermit state, and told Tom Elliott the sentiment is shared by state officials and ordinary citizens. “The thing that surprised me quite a lot was how open they were about the fact they now hate Australia,” […]

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This week on History Mystery, Tammy Mills and Dee Dee look back at a story that everyone was talking about back in 1986 — the case of the Weeping Woman. 31 years ago, a valuable work of art was stolen in Melbourne … and the crime is still unsolved… The 1986 theft of Picasso’s The […]

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Jim attended the Screen Producers Australia event at Crown and interviewed two notable local producers. Check out the link below. But first. – Jim’s movie reviews for this week. BORG VS. MCENROE ***1/2 (108 minutes) M The intense, and intensely scrutinised, rivalry between Swedish tennis great Bjorn Borg and American John McEnroe during Wimbledon in […]

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Dr. Shalin Naik from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research talks to Ross about leading an Australian effort to map every cell in the human body.

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ACCC Deputy Chair, Michael Schaper talks to Ross about Red Balloon becoming the first company to be hit with fines for excessive payment surcharges.

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Peter V’landys, Racing NSW CEO explains to Ross about what the Tabcorp-Tatts merger means for punters and racing.

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Queensland Nationals Senator Barry O’Sullivan talks to Ross about why he’s pushing to introduce a bill that would see a powerful commission of inquiry into Australia’s banks.

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Geoff Trotter from Fueltrac talks to Ross about why you’re paying more for petrol at the bowser.

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Joe Daniher is ready to get behind to play AFLX. All 18 teams will compete in the new format of the game in February, and Daniher said there could be a future for it. “It is the right time for the AFL to try something,” Daniher said. “If it’s a good product, it might stick […]

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AFLX is officially here. The modified version of Aussie Rules will be played in three round robins across three nights in February 2018. Adelaide, Port Adelaide, Collingwood, West Coast, Fremantle and Geelong will play in the inaugural series in Adelaide on February 15. The second series will be held between Melbourne, North Melbourne, St Kilda, […]

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New Vietnamese eatery Annam in the city is now open for lunch weekdays from 12-2.30pm. They’re doing an “Office Rice”, which is a literal translation from Com Van Phong – which are the express business lunches in Vietnam. It’s an $18 special and will change regularly … thus far they’ve had dishes like  bo luc lac – […]

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In my happy place there would be two things: aromatic, gloriously garlicy naan bread the size of a Siamese cat and succulent, superbly spiced lamb curry. A pairing almost without equal. A close acquaintance recently remarked to me that whenever she eats out at an Indian restaurant she will, upon sitting back and reflecting on […]

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Grade 5 and 6 students at Elsternwick Primary School will have to wait for air conditioning. 10-year-old activist Tilly Bowman told Neil Mitchell on Wednesday some classrooms can reach 36 degrees in the warmer months. The school can’t afford to put in air conditioning, having allocated its resources to restoring an old school hall. And the […]

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Dean Jones has blasted the selection of Tim Paine as “desperate”. Jones said the keeper’s selection doesn’t say much about Australia’s wicket-keeping stocks. “Paine’s had one first-class hundred in 154 innings,” he said. “It reeks of desperation to me. They’re trying to pull a rabbit out of a hat.” Jones said the selection of Paine […]

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