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He’s back: John Alexander defeats Kristina Keneally in Bennelong by-election

Labor candidate Kristina Keneally has conceded defeat in the Bennelong by-election The former NSW Premier has lost the Federal seat to Liberal John Alexander, who was forced into the by-election after being caught-up in the dual citizenship fiasco. Indications are that he has suffered a swing of about 5 per cent, but no where near […]

Australia 328 & 173-0
England 302 & 195
328 & 173-0
302 & 195

Mitchell Marsh scored his maiden Test century as Australia took a first-innings lead against England on day three in Perth. Marsh (100 not out) and Steve Smith (182no) were in complete control during the second session of the third Ashes Test on Saturday. Playing his 22nd Test, Marsh silenced his doubters in style, playing several […]

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Australia have gone past England’s first innings total of 403 late in the second session of play at the WACA. Steve Smith and Mitch Marsh have put together a 173 run stand as the English continue to struggle to dismiss the Australian batsmen. It has been a procession of runs since the lunch break most […]

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Clinton Maynard is joined by Marcella Zemanek and Geoff Moxham

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RSPCA Chief Inspector David O’Shannessy joins Clinton Maynard to discuss the risk of pets dying in extreme heat.

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Your Saturday dose of movie reviews, concert news + more with Entertainment guru Trevor Farrugia.

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CarAdvice with Mandy Turner & Trent Nikolic on The Weekender 16.12.17

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Another faultless display from Steve Smith led the way for Australia as the hosts fought back strongly against England in the Third Ashes Test. The home captain reached stumps on Day two, 92 not out, approaching a 22nd Test hundred and a second in the series as Australia closed on 203-3 at the WACA, 200 […]

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Sally Obermeder on The Weekender. Full show podcast 16.12.17

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Scott Mendelson speaks to Clinton Maynard and Sally Obermeder about the benefits of Raw C coconut water.

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MACQUARIE’S SUMMER OF CRICKET LINE-UP: Mike Hussey, Damien Fleming, Ian Chappell, Glenn McGrath, John Emburey, Carl Rackemann, Tim Lane, and Bruce Eva. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN ONLINE STUMPS DAY 3. Mitch Marsh and Steve Smith end the day having put on a 300 run partnership. Smith ended the day 229 not out and Marsh ended at 180 not […]

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Sydney Film Festival CEO Leigh Small spoke to Jono Coleman about encouraging film makers to submit for Lexus Australia Short Film Fellowship.

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  Associate Professor Amanda Third – Principal Research Fellow in Digital Social and Cultural Research in the Institute for Culture and Society at Western Sydney University – chats to Trevor Long and Nick Bennett on Talking Technology about whether Facebook’s Messenger Kids app is a good idea.

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  Pseudo Echo were perhaps Australia’s most successful band in the New Romantic period. Nick Bennett is a New Romantic at heart, a Pseudo Echo fan from way back and he caught up with the band’s lead singer Brian Canham ahead of their show at The Star Gold Coast.  

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  Geoff Vigors – Owner of Coffs Jetty SUP – chats to Mieke Buchan, Kayley Harris and Nick Bennett on The Daily Drive about stand up paddle boarding – the Summer activity that’s fun for all ages!

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    Kerri-Anne Kennerley is one of the brightest and most enduring stars of the Australian entertainment scene.   Kerri-anne has been in the public eye for more than 50 years. She first appeared on television in 1967 aged 13 and tackled the New York cabaret scene as a 19 year old.   Honest, fabulous, powerful […]

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