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- Jack2967 on 2014 Psychic predictions Always makes me laugh this!These are just predictions based on news and current events. What's worse is that people ... more
- Fred GC on Gold Coast cruise terminal This man does not represent surf business or the surfing community - he's a front and a sham, put in place by the local city ... more
- Kernel fudpucker on The milk price war continues YouTube, Farmageddon - The truth about the food and dairy industry. This doco has already been disabled in the USA. more
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- Bob Lord on Strike first, ask questions later? Let me think.Is it OK for three uniformed and heavily armed citizens to take another citizen into an alleyway and push and ... more
- Bob Lord on A study into 'Bogans' Hey mick the dick..I'm a proud bogan although I don't usually vote for Labor nor spend much time at Centerlink.My one and ... more
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- Craig on The shock of unemployment Corporations are stealing billions in tax breaks, while the confused, screwed citizens turn on each other. International ... more
- Craig on What are our schools doing wrong? The one who controls the education system, controls perception.Education is what you learn after you leave school. more
- Craig on Power prices to jump, again The losers in life think they have all the answers.They can't learn because they're to busy telling everyone what they know. more
4BC Breakfast: The news that Schapelle Corby could walk free from a Bali jail within a week has sparked a bidding frenzy between Australian TV networks to buy her story, with some speculating that the drug smuggler could net $3 million. But do these TV networks enough bang for their buck when they outlay these large amounts of money for tell-all interviews? TV historian Andrew Mercado joins Ian and Loretta to discuss.
4BC Breakfast: Steroids are an ever increasing issue amongst young people but what effect are they having on their bodies? Mark Brown Executive Officer Sports Medicine Australia in Queensland and joins kim to discuss the use of steroids.
4BC Breakfast: When is too young for a child to be left alone at home? According to the Queensland Government its 12.
Guy Gibbons is from Brisbane based Law firm Bennett Carroll and joins Kim to talk about the relatively new law and Kim also checks in with Parenting expert Shona Bass and Director of the Early Life Foundation about what age is safe to leave your child.
4BC Breakfast: What was your last investment? The stock market? a house? how about a watch... Figures from overseas showed that the humble watch could pocket you a sizable profit. Ronnie Vactul runs Brisbane Vintage Watches and joins Kim to talk about the vintage watch?
4BC Breakfast: How much would you pay for a second hand BBQ? Well one man is trying to sell his old BBQ but this one is just a little bit special. Jess Wheeler joins Kim to talk about his ‘Enchanted BBQ’.