- Ford to stop Australian manufacturing
- Pensioner loses $22,000
- Tony Abbott joins Mornings
- Midlife eating disorders
- Truckies push for "danger money"
- Rudd, queen of backflips
- Qld drivers license changes
- Should fast food be taxed?
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- ArtG on Cattle release to go ahead That's great RichardSo apparently if they are LNP policies that are destroying national parks, farming land, and the great ... more
- Kernel fudpucker on Rudd, queen of backflips Rudd the Dud, not my Bud, and smells of Mud ! more
- Kernel fudpucker on Ford to stop Australian manufacturing FORD Australia, its time to acquire the blueprints from the lovely SA electrician who lives in a caravan park. The one who ... more
- Kernel fudpucker on Ford to stop Australian manufacturing This Country is Beyond Repair. Thanks to the worlds best treasurer. The wooduck, Wayne Swan ! more
- Richard on Ford to stop Australian manufacturing Ford AustraliaBorn 1925Died 2016Age 91The factory is heritage listed.The company is an icon.The trademark is a religion.I ... more
- kernel fudpucker on Ford to stop Australian manufacturing Ford to stop Australian manufacturing.,Centrelink to open more DOORS! more
- kernel fudpucker on Should fast food be taxed? This country is beyond REPAIR !!!!!!GOD HELP US! more
- Harry on Pensioner loses $22,000 He was sent warning letters. The new procedures were well advertised and he got. His money back. more
- James W on Rudd, queen of backflips All pollies should be conveying the thoughts of their electorates not their own personal view or their party's view!! more
- Richard on Cattle release to go ahead Lets hope he doesn't ARTG.I have seen the destruction that Green policies have caused.Victorian bushfires,Hendra Virus, ... more
- kernel fudpucker on Kids told to skip NAPLAN Its all part of Agenda 21. The government wants to know how many intellectually impaired children there are, due to forced ... more
- Michael on Pensioner loses $22,000 Shabby as this tale of official misappropriation is,there was a precedent.When Transponders were first introduced to speed ... more
- ArtG on Cattle release to go ahead Actually RichardNewman is in charge, you may have been around when he was elected.He approved the shoal coal project after ... more
- CRY FREEDOM on Pensioner loses $22,000 Remember that the ALP is the party for the people, and that the horrible liberals will take away all your benefits. Is that ... more
- David T. on Rudd, queen of backflips 'On yer Kevvie; keep up the good work!! more
- David T. on Cattle release to go ahead Isn't it strange that all of a sudden "Bob Lord" becomes "bob lord", "ArtG" becomes "artg" and who knows who else suddenly ... more
- child's parent on Kids told to skip NAPLAN The media knows teachers and principal CAN'T comment by law, so only one side can be heard.The truth is far, Far, FAR ... more
- Richard on Cattle release to go ahead Actualy Artg, the Greens are in Charge.Just as they were in 2011, responsible for the Black Saturday bushfires that ... more
- back row observer by choice on Rudd, queen of backflips Rudd born a mick,raised as an anglican,also a freemason,grew up in a one parent situation,father deceased..Stated recently? ... more
- Richard on Rudd, queen of backflips Supa Troopa Rudd sure knows how to keep an audience. more
Archdiocese of Brisbane
4BC Mornings: Pope Benedict XVI says he will resign on February 28 because his age prevents him from carrying out his duties, an unprecedented move in the modern history of the Catholic Church.
Benedict is the first pontiff to do so in nearly 600 years and the decision sets the stage for a conclave to elect a new Pope before the end of March.
Greg Cary from 4BC Mornings is joined by Archbishop Mark Coleridge, Archdiocese of Brisbane on the resignation.