Ben speaks to Greg Hallam, the Chief Executive of the Local Government Association of Queensland about why political donations are necessary and what should be banned instead
Chris speaks with the woman behind the film, former feminist Cassie Jaye.
Ray reveals Gold Coast Bandido Leonard Toalei will be back in court after he damaged a cell at the Southport Watchhouse shortly after a judge declared he was eligible for parole
Alan talks to the former Olympian who’s contesting the presidency of the Australian Olympic Committee
Andrew Bolt and Steve Price discuss the day’s politics. News Corp’s Business Columnist Terry McCrann joins the program to discuss ‘good and bad debt.’
Tony Shepherd, Chair National Commission of Audit, talks to Ross about pension spending being way to high and what needs to be done to curb it.
Kerri-Anne Kennerely talks to Ross after her induction into the TV Week Logie Hall of Fame
Former Manly Mayor, Jean Hay, is set to retire after 60 years in politics.
Professor Robert Deutsche from the Senior Tax Council at the Tax Institute, talks to Ross about the impending changes to Super from July 1.
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This week on Life and Technology, Charlie got the low down from GM Motorola Mobility Australia, Danny Adamopoulos about the Motorola G5 and G5 plus which is now available in Australia.
This week on Life and Technology, Charlie got to chat with CEO and Co-Founder at CONDUIT Sports, Stefan Bisits Bullen about the increase of small business, putting their business models to the test.
Natasha Morgan has started a business called ‘My Home Watch’, that specialises in looking after your property when you can’t be there, in addition to caring for the elderly
Michael Yardney continues his discussion with Kevin on why the distribution of wealth seems so unfair
This week on Life and Technology, Charlie has a chat with Symantec security expert Nick Savvides, to know more about the top internet/trend threats.
It might seem unfair, especially to the ‘have nots’, that so few people share most of the wealth. So what is it that holds most people back from becoming wealthy?
Buyers agent Josh Masters shares some of his secrets about dealing with agents, that will impact the purchase price
What do investors tend to overlook BEFORE buying a property, that will impact returns AFTER the purchase?
Ben Kingsley explains the elements you need to have in your plan, for it to be successful
Former Age and Disability Discrimination Commissioner Susan Ryan talks to Luke about ageing women in financial strife being the new face of Australian homelessness
Dr Ali Walker explains to Luke how our brains are not designed to make us happy
As we see a huge bubble in the population coming through, what impact will it have on the value of property? Demographer Chris McNeill gives us the facts and predicts what will likely happen.
Ben Davis, Gary Belcher and Scott Sattler discuss the week’s biggest topics in sport. Along the way they’re joined by Gerard Daffy, Matt Gillett and Eric Hipwood
Ben speaks to Sky News UK correspondent Enda Brady about the arrest of a suspected terrorist near Downing Street and what event will see 90,000 people pack Wembley Stadium this weekend
Ben gets all the sports news of the day from The Courier-Mail’s Crash Craddock
Ben speaks to Wallabies Skipper Stephen Moore as the Reds and Waratahs prepare to go toe-to-toe at Suncorp Stadium tomorrow night