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NSW Premier Mike Baird Resigns

Luke Grant speaks to former Liberal and Labor leaders about the Premier’s shock resignation.

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton

Melbourne’s notorious APEX gang members will reportedly be deported.

22 mins ago / 08:27
Renewable Energy Targets

Minister for the Environment and Energy Josh Frydenberg talks about the impact of these targets on the cost of living.

27 mins ago
Ray Hadley

The 2GB host chats to Luke about Mike Baird’s resignation and also his hole in one at his golf yesterday.

31 mins ago / 12:08
Amanda McKenzie

CEO of The Climate Council Amanda McKenzie speaks to Steve about 2016 being the hottest year on record

3 hours ago / 05:44
US Report – 19th January 2017

Steve chats to US correspondent Harley Carnes about reports former US President George H.W. Bush and his wife have been hospitalised, a Florida man being arrested a day after threatening to kill President-elect Donald Trump on Twitter and 80-year-old twin sisters hiking the Appalachian Trial

3 hours ago / 03:25
UK Report – 19th January 2017

Steve chats to UK correspondent Adam Gilchrist about tensions over the UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit outline, British tourists scrambling to evacuate Gambia after its embattled president announced a national state of emergency, Britain’s plan to recruit social media savvy teenagers as the spies of tomorrow and the final day of the solo round-the-world […]

3 hours ago / 03:34
Fireman retires after 60 years of service

Gerry Cannon, Firefighter from Tamworth joins Mark Levy to discuss his retirement after 60 years of service.

23 hours ago / 05:36
The melonoma epidemic

Mark Levy is joined by melonoma survivor Veronika Manock to discuss the fact that 9883 Australians will die from melanoma in the next 5 years.

24 hours ago / 05:21
Police Union causes trouble for NSW Police

There are reports the union has stopped two Assistant Commissioners from becoming Deputies

18/01/2017 / 06:05
Remembering the Granville Rail Disaster

It’s been 40 years since Australia’s worst rail disaster. Luke speaks to two people whose families were affected.

18/01/2017 / 09:33
Jarrod Mullen’s future in doubt

NRL player Jarrod Mullen is facing a 4 year suspension after testing positive to steroids.

18/01/2017 / 05:33
Yahoo hacking leaves Government vulnerable

A data breach in 2013 reportedly affected many Government officials.

18/01/2017 / 04:36
Granville hero Bruno

Former Highway Patrol Officer was one of the first people on the scene at Granville.

18/01/2017 / 06:11
Granville Rail Disaster

On the 40th anniversary of the Granville rail disaster, that claimed 83 lives – Steve talks to the retired NSW Police Detective Chief Inspector Gary Raymond, who was one of the first on the scene

18/01/2017 / 08:11
Geoffrey Blainey

Steve talks to the historian and author Geoffrey Blainey – about his new book: The Story of Australia’s People: The rise and rise of a new Australia

18/01/2017 / 13:00
US Report – 18th January 2017

Steve chats to US correspondent Harley Carnes about security for Trump’s inauguration, the Orlando nightclub attacker’s wife facing life in prison on new charges and the death of former astronaut Gene Cernan

18/01/2017 / 04:20
UK Report – 18th January 2017

Steve chats to UK correspondent Adam Gilchrist about Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan for a clean break from the EU, the long road ahead for renewed Cyprus reunification talks and Donald Trump accidentally tweeting Ivanka from Brighton rather than his daughter

18/01/2017 / 03:43
Wake Up Australia Summer with Mike Williams Jan 18th

Listen to the show here

18/01/2017 / 51:14
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