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- Robert Williams on Anarchy group threatens G20 I agree. An Island would be far easier to protect. Fitzroy Island would be good. more
- Paul on MP calls for Upper House Sign petition 2199-13 Reintroduce the Senate @ http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/work-of-assembly/petitions/e-petitionsI was ... more
- JenMa on Year 12 Debates: Old buildings Without a doubt, the worst, Ive ever Heard on radio this segment. Cringe. more
- mick on Year 12 Debates: Old buildings Perhaps it is about time these kids get a bit of justified criticism on a number of fronts instead of the continual stream ... more
- lee on Paternity leave stigma years ago people went about their business and private lives with out any problems.they had babies the same way they have ... more
- Bob Lord on Spin Cycle- Week 1 They were prepared to call off the races if the temperature exceeded 33 degrees in the stable area this week in Melbourne ... more
- Ben on Year 12 Debates: Old buildings Good to see that you have faith in our younger generation Mr Wright? Just because you don't want to hear what they have to ... more
- N. Wright on Year 12 Debates: Old buildings Awful awkward cringeworthy segment. Had to turn off. Would like to see this scrapped. Am not enjoying 4BC since 'the ... more
- concernator on Boost immunisation rates Man I hope some of these comments are jokes. No one could be this misinformed and be able to work a computer at the same ... more
- Kernel fudpucker on Fresh food costs more in the country What causes high blood pressure ? Bloody Table salt. It contains 1/3 of glass, 1/3 of sand and 1/3 of salt. Wake up and eat ... more
- Craig on Public transport fee incease Translink ABN 46097411749,I thought they were a Government department? Agenda 21 coming to a municipal council near you! more
- Cindy P on Boost immunisation rates Immunisation is to save childrens lives. More cases of these horrid deceases are showing up in Australia. What are ... more
- Kernel fudpucker on Public transport fee incease Increase, Increase, Increase, When is this crap going to stop???Big corporations like SERCO need to be stopped. more
- Craig on What's on your bucket list? To be alive to see the end of the Federal Reserve banking system and its criminal elements, politicians that care about this ... more
- Christine on Public transport fee incease Just remember the bus drivers are not responsible for the increase, don't take out your anger on them more
- Max on Public transport fee incease I'm furious with public transport costs in Brisbane, and with Translink. It's just pure greed and extortion. Nothing more. more
- Craig on Boost immunisation rates @Springborg, now you are going to forcibly medicate our children? Pump the poisons in yourself mate and leave us alone, we ... more
- Ken Glick (EEI) on Risk to groundwater supply By far the most the Australian government can do to "â?¦take better care of our groundwater resources" is to enforce strict ... more
- kernel fudpucker on Police to lower speeding tolerance another SERCO REVENUE INCENTIVE WAKE UP AUSTRALIA !!!! more
- kernel fudpucker on Fresh food costs more in the country YouTube Farmageddon - the truth about the food and dairy industry more
4BC Mornings: There has been 116 investigations into serving alcohol to drug people, but only two have been successfully prosecuted. Are the current laws too difficult to enforce? Attorney General Jarrod Bleijie joins Patrick Condren to respond to this statistic and floats the idea of drug testing in clubs.
Qld Hotelliers Association CEO Justin O'Connor also joins Patrick and says the law is too subjective, asking for pub workers to assess levels of intoxication based on speech and movements.
Listen in and have your say.
4BC Mornings: Qld Police Union President Ian Leavers tells Patrick Condren he is calling for new laws to protect officers against bikies gathering surveillance. These calls follow the arrest of three alleged Rebel bikie members, where laminated photos identifying two police officers (one male, one female) were found in the club house.
Leavers tells Condren there are two many ways gang members can access personal information about law enforcement officers, and would like the State Government to act now.
Listen in and have your say.
4BC Mornings: Each week, Patrick Condren will be sifting through the spin with marketing and advertising gurus Simon Dell from Two Cents Marketing Group in Fortitude Valley and Dr Edwina Luck from QUT's Advertising School.
This week, Spin Cycle features the Australian Open. With extreme heat plaguing Melbourne, a number of players have questioned tournament organisers for allowing play to continue in 42 degree heat. So what would happen to the Australian Open brand if tragedy were to occur?
Bernard Tomic continues to polarise the Australian public. How would you rebrand his image?
And Apple are on the eve of opening their 3rd Brisbane store. Should we expect queues down the street or has Apple lost it's crunch?
Listen in and have your say.
4BC Mornings: Patrick Condren joins Carol Ronken from Bravehearts, Annastacia Palaszczuk, State Opposition leader and David Crisafulli, Acting Attorney General to discuss whether serial sex offenders should be given their freedom.
4BC Mornings: Professor Marion Baird from the University of Sydney joins Patrick Condren to talk about the stigma associated with men taking paternity leave. Jason is a father and he also talks to Patrick on his personal experiences.