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- Matthew on Power prices to jump, again What a lie that the Treasurer is peddling blaming the carbon tax for the rise in power prices. The carbon tax has already ... more
- Bob Lord on Power prices to jump, again Awww but Canlie promised that he'd fix this two years ago. That's why he was elected. more
- michael steel on Australian country music in a rut? I like listening to Johnny Cash. But why would I want to hear an Aussie mimic the voice of Johnny Cash or use an American ... more
- bishop o'mulligan on The Sunday Assembly Well all I can say, is have they made it a franchise model or are they breaching copyright, with reference to the old church ... more
- Taco Fleur on What is UFC? Go Stew! more
- Bob Lord on 4BC Hyundai Giveaway A great little car indeed. Lucky, lucky winners. more
- Bob Lord on What is UFC? Barbaric to the extreme!Where are the do-gooders who were up in arms when Gallen threw a couple of weak punches in a footy ... more
- mason-dixon on New appointments for Queensland Mexicans both of them, is this a new trend. more
- lee on What are our schools doing wrong? go back to basics,math with out using calculator,reading and writing.checkout operators cannot work out how much change to ... more
- James W on What are our schools doing wrong? One's education begins long before one sets foot in a school. more
- Bob Lord on Agreement on school funding Where are the jobs for young people Richard?And I'm pretty sure you'll soon work out that schooling is just a little bit ... more
- Bob Lord on Agreement on school funding Colene MaeI have several teachers in my family. They are absolutely thrilled with Gonski.The weren't thrilled with Pyne when ... more
- Richard on A study into 'Bogans' #Bogan (n) A person with little education or manners.Who usually vote Labor for fear the other mob will shut Centrelink ... more
- Richard on Agreement on school funding How about easing the burden on education infrastructure by getting young people a vocation, not just an education. Get them ... more
- Colene Mae on A study into 'Bogans' Great interview! Just chuffed to hear someone making the statement that we Australians do have a culture with what might ... more
- Colene Mae on 'The Whitlam Legacy' All very well, an accolade from a devotee.Whitlam in my opinion has what is referred to as a GOD complex.His Canberra ... more
- Colene Mae on Agreement on school funding Did you actually listen to the interview, Bob? No!You just churned out the same bile and vomit that you have been churning ... more
- Bob Lord on Agreement on school funding In principal agreements with some states that differs from other agreements signed sealed and delivered is NOT a national ... more
- xxxx on a tin roof on No more helmets? See I told you hemets were needed for drinking under hisspotality rulesas opposed to hotel management.SEE BELOWTRAGEDY IN ... more
- foveauxcharlie on No more helmets? YEAH SURE AFTER READING THE BULLDUST AND THE CONFUSION IN AN ARTICLE IN THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, IT IS OBVIOUS THAT SOME ... more
4BC Breakfast: Should we be doing more to support up-and-coming country music stars?
Dr Geoff Walden from the Australian Country Music Institute tells Kim Mothershaw that the Australian country music industry is currently being propped up by artists who have been around for decades and we need to look to the United States to learn how to encourage young country artists
4BC Breakfast: We awoke to the news that Queensland households are likely to experience another hike on our power bills from next year, with electricity prices jumping 35 per cent in twelve months.
Most of us have made changes to the way we use electricity in our homes, but despite a reduction in power use, it looks like prices are going to continue to rise.
Queensland Treasurer, Tim Nicholls tells Kim Mothershaw what is to blame for the price hike
Gerard Ledwich, Team Leader, Energy & Clean Technology at QUT’s Institute for Future Environments tells Kim Mothershaw what needs to be done to reduce our energy bills
4BC Breakfast: John Williamson has resigned as president of the Country Music Association over what he sees as the Americanisation of the annual country music awards.
Nick Erby is a Country Music Broadcaster and he tells Kim that Australian country music industry is experiencing a slump and needs to embrace new talent
4BC Breakfast: Have you ever thought of creating a rooftop garden on your property?
The economic, environmental and health benefits of rooftop gardens are well-known across the world with some cities in Germany embracing them since the 1960s.
So why hasn’t Brisbane embraced the idea?
Sidonie Carpenter, is a Brisbane landscape architect and co-founder of Green Roofs Australasia
Stefan Ackerie is a Brisbane identity and businessman who was one of the first in Brisbane to have a rooftop garden and joined Kim.
4BC Breakfast: Are you looking for a place to get together and celebrate your community, sing a few inspirational songs and enjoy some tea and cake?
Well, the Sunday Assembly could be for you. Cameron Reilly is the President of the Brisbane arm of the Assembly and he tells Kim they aim to bring together the best bits of church, without the religion