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- Richard on "Double standard to allow atheists to ... Ban marriages so we don't offend anyone.Isn't that the Australian way of late.Banning ceromonies that might offend other ... more
- alzheimers products on "Double standard to allow atheists to ... Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you penning this write-up and also the rest of the website is very good. more
- Isabelle on Judith Durham's 'prognosis good' Wonderful work! That is the kind of information that should be shared around the internet. Disgrace on Google for no longer ... more
- Scott Dixon on Qld faces battle over cattle crisis Hi GregI listened as always to your show today and could not believe some of the adverse comments to allowing starving ... more
- Michael on Qld faces battle over cattle crisis It's becoming a contest between the Beefeaters and the Tree Huggers.Let's hope it is the beginning of the end for the Green ... more
- Bob Lord on Deficit is ok Yep, nothing is wrong with a deficit."Swan now is and Hockey next year will pay the price for dumbing down the role of ... more
- Sam on Neo-Nazi music festival does anyone know if the festival actually happened? more
- Richard on Judith Durham's 'prognosis good' Someday, one day the carnival will be over for little Georgy girl but one thing for sure is that we will never find another ... more
- Melia on NDIS levy questions Mighty useful. Make no misktae, I appreciate it. more
- Colene on The Queensland plan I am with Andrew Powell, the ME generation has to get over themselves and become part of the whole. Also we need a balance ... more
- Colene on Scrap OP system? It would be very helpful to children and their parents who are taking an interest in the child and their employment future ... more
- Colene on Scrap OP system? I believe that it should somehow be taken into account that it is very hard to ask a 12 or 13 year old entering high school ... more
- David T. on NDIS levy questions ArtG, it is hypocritical for you to criticize others for what you perceive them to be doing, whilst doing exactly the same ... more
- Anj Johnston on Internet protection taskforce Mark is truly inspirational and his comments I hope strengthen any other survivors out there to speak up and tell their ... more
- ArtG on NDIS levy questions No David T, no reason at all.Great to see you sharing some sort of opinion rather than just commenting on other people's ... more
- steve waters on NDIS levy questions the actions of the dept of child safety has been ridiculous. they are full of uni graduates who haven't lived life and don't ... more
- David T. on NDIS levy questions ArtG; Is there any reason why I should not have my own ideas and the standard I require in the performance of my Government? ... more
- Rich on Gillard flags tax rises Wayne Swann and Julia Gillard continously come up with poilicies that can only be costed by increasing net debt with no ... more
- Bob Lord on Racing Industry inquiry The past is gone, I'd rather see an inquiry into what is happening today.Queensland are falling well behind other States ... more
- ArtG on NDIS levy questions D'oh David TYou didn't come across the Medicare levy increase, the cuts to family benefits, increased tax on millionaire's ... more
Gary Hardgrave speaks with Lockyer Valley Mayor Steve Jones about fruit and vegies that arrive locally from China via New Zealand.
Gary Hardgrave speaks with Dr Bill Glasson the LNP candidate for Griffith who is announcing he is in favour of marriage equality.
4BC Drive. Following the Auditor-General report that the Drink Safe Precincts had failed to achieve its goals, Gary Hardgrave speaks with Nick Brabin Chairman of the Valley Liquor Accord and Dr Anthony Lynham an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon who treats patients injured in alcohol fuelled violence.
4BC Drive: Rescue teams are combing through what's left of an American suburb after a tornado tore through the outskirts of Oklahoma City, killing at least 24 people.
Listen: Gary Hardgrave speaks to Chris McKinnon from News 9 in Oklahoma.
Passengers flying into Oklahoma City could see a visible track left by nature's fury, including the spot where the tornado touched down before it chewed through the suburb of Moore over the course of 45 minutes.
The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management says at least 101 people have been found alive under debris, and officials say more than 200 people have been injured.
Nine children are among the dead, some of whom were buried when the more-than-three-kilometre-wide funnel demolished a primary school.
US President Barack Obama has declared a "major disaster".
Oklahoma City lies inside the so-called "Tornado Alley" stretching from South Dakota to central Texas, an area particularly vulnerable to tornadoes.
Some 29-thousand people are still without power, and America's National Weather Service is forecasting more tornadoes, with parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas most likely to be affected.
4BC Drive: Gary Hardgrave speaks with Dr Felicity Cox, Associate Professor of Linguistics at Macquarie University.
Dr Cox has worked on a project called "Australian Voices" where she is aiming to listen to 1000 different Australian voices.