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- James W on "Oh, Where's the feeling?" mick, AUstralia had never had AAA from all 3 major ratings agencies before Rudd was PM, FACT. more
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4BC Online: 4BC are proud supporters of the Wacol RSPCA Animal Care Campus, offering listeners the chance, every week, to adopt a precious animal. Here's a look back at the past ten weeks, to see which lucky pets have been homed so far.
Have smartphones taken up too much a space in our private life?
Would you like to ignore work related calls and emails after work hours?
New labor agreements in France now demand that staff on after work hours now must ignore their bosses work emails, allowing workers to relax and take the power back in their private time.
Companies affected by the agreement also must ensure workers come under no pressure to do so.
Could you imagine this law in Australia, would you support it?
Charlie Brown, Technology Editor Today Show, joins 4BC Mornings host Chris Adams talking about the demand mobiles have on our private space.
Listen now and have your say.
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Shocking problems within Queensland airport authorities have been discovered after yesterday's 18 million drug syndicate bust between Victoria and the Gold Coast.
The syndicate allegedly involved state government workers helping drug dealers send an estimated 1.5 tonnes of marijuana to Queensland in just eight months through Brisbane and Townsville airports.
The brisbanetimes reported, the alleged offenders made more than 40 trips to Queensland from Victoria, packing up to 25 kilograms of drugs into suitcases that passed through the Brisbane, Gold Coast and Townsville airports.
As part of the joint operation, more than $1 million of drugs were seized during raids on 13 Queensland properties, two in Victoria and one in New South Wales.
Luxury vehicles, customised motorcycles, eight new buses imported from China and a Queenslander house that had recently been moved onto a Gold Coast property were also among the haul.
Gold Coast Drug Bust, Roger Henning, Director of Homeland Security Asia Pacific, talks with 4BC Mornings host with Chris Adams.
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The Heritage status of the Bonded Stores in Margaret street has become something of a hot potato between council and the state government.
Together the stores link to Brisbane's 1850s, although the buildings themselves date from 1913.
The brisbanetimes.com.au reported, the proposed demolition of the three buildings was raised by Fairfax Media in early January in a series of stories.
The three buildings; Hotpoint House (1922), O'Reilly's Bonded Stores (1913) and the Free Stores Building (1913) are not listed on the Queensland Heritage list.
However conservation groups have argued they form an important heritage streetscape, because two adjacent buildings - Watson's Building, built in 1887 and the HP Sales Building (1912) - are on the Queensland's Heritage Register.
A decision to handed down by the Queensland Heritage Council today.
Do you think the Bonded Store Buildings should be saved and heritage listed?
Did you know Queensland pay most for electricity?
New rules are suggesting at halving the rate for Queenslanders.
However savings may not be seen for at-least half a decade.
Energy Minister Mark McArdle has said rules requiring electricity distributors to ‘gold plate’ networks that drive up energy prices will be changed.
With expectations the new rule changes could save consumers up to $2 billion by 2020.
Alan Moran, Director of the Deregulation Unit at the Institute of Public joins 4BC Breakfast about the changes to the rules.
Listeners join the conversation as well, raising doubts over the rule changes.
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