Labor leader Anthony Albanese has demonstrated social distancing, after Treasurer Josh Frydenberg attempted to shake his hand. After receiving a telling-off from Mr Albanese, the Treasurer opted for a polite wave instead. “We can’t do that” 🤝🙅♂️ #auspol @AlboMP @JoshFrydenberg pic.twitter.com/Ncqznq7ySR — Brett Mason (@BrettMasonNews) April 7, 2020
One of Australia’s most respected broadcasters is returning to her radio roots to host Afternoons with Deborah Knight.
For more than two decades, Deb has garnered a reputation for being a highly versatile broadcaster who can easily jump between radio and live television.
She began her media career in radio, starting out in Wagga Wagga before heading to Sydney to read news for commercial radio.
Deb has a long association with 2GB, which stretches back to 2001.
“There’s nothing like radio for making an immediate connection with your audience,” she says, “and Afternoons offers the chance to look at the big issues of the day and have some fun as well.”
Tune into Afternoons with Deborah Knight for a mix of news, opinion and fun from 12pm-3pm on 2GB and 11am-2pm on 4BC.
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With the government fast-tracking the roll-out of telehealth services, doctors are assuring patients there is no additional chance of misdiagnoses. Digital Health Agency spokesperson Dr Andrew Rochford tells Deborah Knight telehealth is as easy as getting on the phone or an online video conference with your GP for an initial consultation. “Given the extreme circumstances […]
Turner Freeman legal advice is back for another Legal Matters segment, this time discussing workers’ compensation. Gaius Whiffin from Turner Freeman Lawyers joins Deborah Knight to answer your questions. Listen to the full segment below or tune in Tuesdays at 1.30pm to hear it live Need legal advice? Get in touch with Turner Freeman HERE
The Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan assures the government is committed to allowing Year 12 students to graduate at the end of the year. Education ministers are meeting today to devise a nationally consistent approach which would include pushing back final assessments into November and December. Children are being encouraged to learn from home for […]
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