The Continuous Call Team will be wearing beanies for a very special cause this weekend. The NRL is getting behind the fight against brain cancer and former footballer Mark Hughes is leading the charge following his own diagnosis with the deadly disease. Since going into remission, Hughes launched the Mark Hughes Foundation Beanie For Brain Cancer […]
Brisbane’s Gabba has slipped dramatically down the batting order when it comes to Australian Cricket not because of the field but the lack of facilities. Do we need an upgrade of the Stadium as well as an entire Gabba Precinct renovation? Suzanne Bosanquet – Gabba Business Association President spoke to Ben about the need for […]
It was March 2006 when photos of diseased lungs, gangrene feet and rotten teeth began appearing on cigarette packets. After twelve years it smokers are now desensitised to these images. Ben spoke to Aaron Drovandi from James Cook University to find out more.
We’ve had sex education, religious education but should we have death education in schools? It’s something the Queensland branch of the Australian Medical Association is suggesting. Ben spoke to leading psychologist Michael Carr Gregg to see if he thinks Kids can handle it.
There are reports multiple people are injured after an improvised explosive device was detonated in Canada. Up to 15 people have been injured, three critically, after a bomb was detonated in an Indian restaurant in Ontario. The bomb reportedly exploded around 10:30pm local time. Police have released an image of the two suspects who fled […]