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- Bob Lord on Farnham, greatest Aus voice ever? Can't disagree.Great voice and a superb entertainer who always had the crowd involved.Must be time for a comeback. more
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4BC Breakfast: A new report has revealed that it costs $812,000 to raise two children from birth till they leave home.
Amanda Cox is a mother of three with her oldest 12 and youngest 4 she also runs realmums.com.au and speaks to Ian and Mary about the hit to the pocket.
4BC Online: Logan detectives are seeking public assistance as they continue to investigate the suspicious death of a woman at Logan Central overnight.
Just after 7am the body of a woman, believed to be in her 20s, was located at the front of a residence on Leichhardt Street.
At this stage, police have not formally identified the woman.
Anyone who may have witnessed a woman with a slight build, dark hair and wearing a McDonald’s t-shirt and cap walking along Mayes Avenue or Leichhardt Street between 8.30 and 10pm last night to contact Logan Police or Crime Stoppers.
Part of Leichhardt Street remains closed and an Investigation Centre remains in operation at Logan Police Station while investigations continue.
Crime Stoppers is a registered charity and community volunteer organisation working in partnership with the Queensland Police Service.
For all non-urgent police reporting or general police inquiries contact Policelink on 131 444.
4BC Breakfast: Mary and Ian on Breakfast cover age old flu remedies as the cold weather sets in around Brisbane.
Listen and comment now with your family's flu remedies.
Some listener remedies
- Mix brandy port and a dash of lemon, gargle.
- Put finely chopped onion in bowl near bed and breathe in the fumes.
- Whole chilli cut up and onion on a plate on the bedside table, then rub Vick's on your chest.
4BC Breakfast: 1000 year-old coins found back in 1994 at a beach in the Northern Territory could change Australian History.
Ian and Mary speak with American-based Brisbanite Professor Ian McIntosh who is leading an expedition back to Australia in July to uncover the mystery of these coins.
4BC Breakfast: David Warner was busy tweeting his opinion at cricket writer Robert ‘Crash’ Craddock about his commentary regarding the IPL.
Ian and Mary talks with ‘Crash’ about the deeper issue, the attitude of our Australian cricket representatives.