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Australia Today - With Steve Price

Australia Today is the country's first truly national conversation. Join the conversation weekdays. LIVE from 7 AM on LiSTNR - 1300 23 99 99 Hosted by Steve Price and Natarsha Belling, we discuss the stories that matter to you, live eac

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HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday September 28 2021

Covid scare in QLD, ACT and NSW unveils roadmap to freedom; Changes to isolation rules; At home testing kits; Will daylight savings force a change in Melbourne’s curfew? Community Sport to return once NSW hits 80% double dosed; Border closures and vaccine passports; Calls for NRL fans to watch the Grand Final on stadium mega screens; What’s causing a fuel shortage in the UK; Vaccine passport scams on the rise.

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday September 28 2021

Covid scare in QLD, ACT and NSW unveils roadmap to freedom; Changes to isolation rules; At home testing kits; Will daylight savings force a change in Melbourne’s curfew? Community Sport to return once NSW hits 80% double dosed; Border closures and vaccine passports; Calls for NRL fans to watch the Grand Final on stadium mega screens; What’s causing a fuel shortage in the UK; Vaccine passport scams on the rise.

01:19:56

28 Sep 21

Calls to open up stadiums for fully vaccinated ahead of NRL Grand Final

Steve Price speaks to the Chairman of Venues NSW, Tony Shepherd, about his push to allow fully vaccinated NRL fans watch the Grand Final from stadiums.

Calls to open up stadiums for fully vaccinated ahead of NRL Grand Final

Steve Price speaks to the Chairman of Venues NSW, Tony Shepherd, about his push to allow fully vaccinated NRL fans watch the Grand Final from stadiums.

05:11

28 Sep 21

"We’ve allowed Governments to control out lives and it’s got to stop”: More questions raised over Vaccine passports

Steve Price speaks to One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson about whether it should be up to businesses or Governments on how vaccine passports should be implemented and how it'll work once states reopen.

"We’ve allowed Governments to control out lives and it’s got to stop”: More questions raised over Vaccine passports

Steve Price speaks to One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson about whether it should be up to businesses or Governments on how vaccine passports should be implemented and how it'll work once states reopen.

11:13

27 Sep 21

Community Sport is back!

Steve Price speaks to Sport NSW CEO Ross Bidencope as community sport finally gets the green light to return.

Community Sport is back!

Steve Price speaks to Sport NSW CEO Ross Bidencope as community sport finally gets the green light to return.

07:50

27 Sep 21

Queensland on alert with talks for the NRL Grand Final to be moved from Brisbane

Steve Price speaks to UNSW Epidemiologist Mary-Lousie McLaws as Queensland is on the edge of a covid outbreak with three new covid cases overnight with emergency talks underway ahead of the NRL Grand Final.

Queensland on alert with talks for the NRL Grand Final to be moved from Brisbane

Steve Price speaks to UNSW Epidemiologist Mary-Lousie McLaws as Queensland is on the edge of a covid outbreak with three new covid cases overnight with emergency talks underway ahead of the NRL Grand Final.

10:28

27 Sep 21

NSW unveils reopening plan

Steve Price speaks to Daniel Hunter, the CEO of Business NSW about the NSW Government's reopening plan once the state reaches 80% fully vaccinated and how businesses will enforce the restrictions.

NSW unveils reopening plan

Steve Price speaks to Daniel Hunter, the CEO of Business NSW about the NSW Government's reopening plan once the state reaches 80% fully vaccinated and how businesses will enforce the restrictions.

08:10

27 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

Breaking news: Disgraced R&B singer R Kelly found guilty on sex trafficking charges. Queensland on Covid alert after mystery case detected in Brisbane. NSW path out of lockdown revealed. And, it might be time to dust off the suitcase… with international travel back on the cards!

Morning Agenda

Breaking news: Disgraced R&B singer R Kelly found guilty on sex trafficking charges. Queensland on Covid alert after mystery case detected in Brisbane. NSW path out of lockdown revealed. And, it might be time to dust off the suitcase… with international travel back on the cards!

12:02

27 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Monday September 27 2021

Wrap of protests over the weekend; How restaurants are preparing to deal with vaccine passports once reopened; Doctors want Pfizer to be available for over-60s; COVID restrictions to ease when Victoria hits 80 per cent single-dose; Why fully vaccinated older Australians should be given more freedoms from lockdown; More of Regional NSW back in lockdown; The rise of the FIZO worker; Mouse plague returns, Motoring Update with Paul Maric.

HIGHLIGHTS - Monday September 27 2021

Wrap of protests over the weekend; How restaurants are preparing to deal with vaccine passports once reopened; Doctors want Pfizer to be available for over-60s; COVID restrictions to ease when Victoria hits 80 per cent single-dose; Why fully vaccinated older Australians should be given more freedoms from lockdown; More of Regional NSW back in lockdown; The rise of the FIZO worker; Mouse plague returns, Motoring Update with Paul Maric.

01:24:05

27 Sep 21

Mouse plague returns with a surge in numbers

Steve Price speaks to NSW Farmers Association Vice President Xavier Martin as, despite a lull over the winter, Australia’s mouse plague returns.

Mouse plague returns with a surge in numbers

Steve Price speaks to NSW Farmers Association Vice President Xavier Martin as, despite a lull over the winter, Australia’s mouse plague returns.

05:37

27 Sep 21

Are you a FIZO worker?

Steve Price speaks to Demographer Bernard Salt about how Covid has impacted the working lives of Australians as well as the rise of a new type of worker - the Fly-In-Zoom-Out.

Are you a FIZO worker?

Steve Price speaks to Demographer Bernard Salt about how Covid has impacted the working lives of Australians as well as the rise of a new type of worker - the Fly-In-Zoom-Out.

07:56

27 Sep 21

Why fully vaccinated Older Australians should be given freedoms now

Steve Price speaks to Ian Yates from the Council on the Ageing about why fully vaccinated Older Australians should be given freedoms from lockdown especially visits by relatives.

Why fully vaccinated Older Australians should be given freedoms now

Steve Price speaks to Ian Yates from the Council on the Ageing about why fully vaccinated Older Australians should be given freedoms from lockdown especially visits by relatives.

06:31

26 Sep 21

“It has to be up to the Government, not individual businesses”: Clarification needed for reopening plans

Steve Price speaks to Wes Lambert, the CEO of the Restaurant and Catering Association, about how individual businesses plan to monitor vaccination passports as states reopen for fully vaccinated patrons.

“It has to be up to the Government, not individual businesses”: Clarification needed for reopening plans

Steve Price speaks to Wes Lambert, the CEO of the Restaurant and Catering Association, about how individual businesses plan to monitor vaccination passports as states reopen for fully vaccinated patrons.

12:02

26 Sep 21

GP wants Pfizer for over 60s

Steve Price speaks to Campbelltown GP Dr Ken McCroary about why he wants the Pfizer vaccine to be available to over 60s.

GP wants Pfizer for over 60s

Steve Price speaks to Campbelltown GP Dr Ken McCroary about why he wants the Pfizer vaccine to be available to over 60s.

06:53

26 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

PM arrives back home to a new border battle between the states and territories over opening up in time for Christmas. Fears Melbourne rallies were super spreading events after second protestor tests positive to covid. NRL rising star admits to possessing cocaine after being arrested on the Gold Coast. And Harry and Meghan's important message to the world as they take to the stage in New York.

Morning Agenda

PM arrives back home to a new border battle between the states and territories over opening up in time for Christmas. Fears Melbourne rallies were super spreading events after second protestor tests positive to covid. NRL rising star admits to possessing cocaine after being arrested on the Gold Coast. And Harry and Meghan's important message to the world as they take to the stage in New York.

12:55

26 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Friday September 24 2021

Perth prepares to host the AFL Grand Final; Will Pfizer be approved for Children under 12? Covid vaccine booster shots; Victoria mandates vaccines for teachers and tradies while aged care workers take up lags behind; Protests continue in Melbourne, The Bowraville Murders documentary; Will vaccine passports be ready for NSW freedom day? Overseas travel by Christmas; Full footy preview as the Dees take on the Dogs; Former Carlton President and businessman John Elliott passes away; Delicious pasta dish for you to try. John Lethlean’s recommendations for an AFL cheese Platter – Long Paddock’s Silver Wattle  The Mill, Castlemaine This lactic set cheese uses organic milk from a small herd of a near by farm which lends a beautiful initial citrus flavour to the cheese followed by a delectable lactic sweetness with a soft and fudge like texture. Not quite a Brie but a beautiful soft cheese reminiscent of St Marcellin of France. It goes well with sparkling whites, gentle aromatics and even Chardonnay.  Stone & Crow’s Nightwalker  Yarra Valley This is a very addictive gentle washed rind cheese that won’t scare anyone. It’s flavour is gentle with a very moreish sensation on the middle of the palate that has you reaching for more and more. It’s very creamy without being heavy and works well with a bbq. Perfect with cold climate pinot noir  Berrys Creek Riverine Blue Gippsland  This buffalo milk blue is the best blue cheese produced in Australia and right now with late winter milk, it’s flavour is reminiscent of raw almonds with a gentle splash of blue spice. The perfect blue to introduce people to the world of blue vein cheeses. Pull out something sweet or fortified with this one for celebrating after the victory

HIGHLIGHTS - Friday September 24 2021

Perth prepares to host the AFL Grand Final; Will Pfizer be approved for Children under 12? Covid vaccine booster shots; Victoria mandates vaccines for teachers and tradies while aged care workers take up lags behind; Protests continue in Melbourne, The Bowraville Murders documentary; Will vaccine passports be ready for NSW freedom day? Overseas travel by Christmas; Full footy preview as the Dees take on the Dogs; Former Carlton President and businessman John Elliott passes away; Delicious pasta dish for you to try. John Lethlean’s recommendations for an AFL cheese Platter – Long Paddock’s Silver Wattle  The Mill, Castlemaine This lactic set cheese uses organic milk from a small herd of a near by farm which lends a beautiful initial citrus flavour to the cheese followed by a delectable lactic sweetness with a soft and fudge like texture. Not quite a Brie but a beautiful soft cheese reminiscent of St Marcellin of France. It goes well with sparkling whites, gentle aromatics and even Chardonnay.  Stone & Crow’s Nightwalker  Yarra Valley This is a very addictive gentle washed rind cheese that won’t scare anyone. It’s flavour is gentle with a very moreish sensation on the middle of the palate that has you reaching for more and more. It’s very creamy without being heavy and works well with a bbq. Perfect with cold climate pinot noir  Berrys Creek Riverine Blue Gippsland  This buffalo milk blue is the best blue cheese produced in Australia and right now with late winter milk, it’s flavour is reminiscent of raw almonds with a gentle splash of blue spice. The perfect blue to introduce people to the world of blue vein cheeses. Pull out something sweet or fortified with this one for celebrating after the victory

01:31:46

24 Sep 21

“He wanted to take something to the world and take it on”: John Elliott dies age 79

Steve Price speaks to Sky News Business Editor Ross Greenwood following the death of the former president of the federal Liberal Party and the Carlton Football Club John Elliot.

“He wanted to take something to the world and take it on”: John Elliott dies age 79

Steve Price speaks to Sky News Business Editor Ross Greenwood following the death of the former president of the federal Liberal Party and the Carlton Football Club John Elliot.

09:47

24 Sep 21

Your guide to the 2021 AFL Grand Final

Steve Price speaks to Melbourne Demons life-long fan and former radio broadcaster John Burns and former Western Bulldogs player Luke Darcy for an AFL Grand Final preview.

Your guide to the 2021 AFL Grand Final

Steve Price speaks to Melbourne Demons life-long fan and former radio broadcaster John Burns and former Western Bulldogs player Luke Darcy for an AFL Grand Final preview.

11:15

24 Sep 21

Regional areas to trial vaccine passport

Steve Price speaks to NSW Customer Service Minister Victor Dominello about how the Government plans to integrate vaccine passports into the Service NSW app and which regionals areas can expect to trial the app before Freedom Day.

Regional areas to trial vaccine passport

Steve Price speaks to NSW Customer Service Minister Victor Dominello about how the Government plans to integrate vaccine passports into the Service NSW app and which regionals areas can expect to trial the app before Freedom Day.

07:30

23 Sep 21

“Nothing forgives taking violence out on members of the Police Force”: More violent protests planned for Victoria

Steve Price speaks to Wayne Gatt, the secretary of the Victorian Police Association, as more violent protests are planned as marchers vow to take to the streets until the construction ban is lifted.

“Nothing forgives taking violence out on members of the Police Force”: More violent protests planned for Victoria

Steve Price speaks to Wayne Gatt, the secretary of the Victorian Police Association, as more violent protests are planned as marchers vow to take to the streets until the construction ban is lifted.

08:23

23 Sep 21

"The State Government has done so little ": Why mandatory vaccines make sense for some professions but not others

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Shadow Health Minister Georgie Crozier about the Victorian Government's decision to mandate vaccines for construction workers and teachers while its aged care vaccine rate lags behind.

"The State Government has done so little ": Why mandatory vaccines make sense for some professions but not others

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Shadow Health Minister Georgie Crozier about the Victorian Government's decision to mandate vaccines for construction workers and teachers while its aged care vaccine rate lags behind.

09:54

23 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

Covid positive case amongst Melbourne protestors as State records highest number Covid cases EVER! Queensland premier proposes cruise ship trial, as Government back flips on NRL ticket giveaway. A group of NSW MP's from all sides of politics pleading for protection from what they've dubbed the "70 percent vaxxed". And, music royalty is uniting for Global Citizen Live this weekend... hear the line-up and where you can check it out!

Morning Agenda

Covid positive case amongst Melbourne protestors as State records highest number Covid cases EVER! Queensland premier proposes cruise ship trial, as Government back flips on NRL ticket giveaway. A group of NSW MP's from all sides of politics pleading for protection from what they've dubbed the "70 percent vaxxed". And, music royalty is uniting for Global Citizen Live this weekend... hear the line-up and where you can check it out!

12:51

23 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Thursday September 23 2021

Construction workers continue protests throughout Melbourne; 5.9 Magnitude earthquake hits Australia; Restrictions to the QLD border bubble; More regional NSW LGAs enter a 7 day lockdown while others are released; Insurers brace for influx of earthquake claim; Impact of lockdown on the Theatre Industry; Latest from inquest into death of Maria James; Prime Minister in Washington DC; Rex Airlines introduces mandatory vaccinations for staff; Supporting our snowfields.

HIGHLIGHTS - Thursday September 23 2021

Construction workers continue protests throughout Melbourne; 5.9 Magnitude earthquake hits Australia; Restrictions to the QLD border bubble; More regional NSW LGAs enter a 7 day lockdown while others are released; Insurers brace for influx of earthquake claim; Impact of lockdown on the Theatre Industry; Latest from inquest into death of Maria James; Prime Minister in Washington DC; Rex Airlines introduces mandatory vaccinations for staff; Supporting our snowfields.

01:25:00

23 Sep 21

REX takes to the air again with fully vaccinated staff

Steve Price speaks to John Sharp, the Deputy Chairman of Rex Airlines following its vaccine mandate for staff as well as its plan for re-opening.

REX takes to the air again with fully vaccinated staff

Steve Price speaks to John Sharp, the Deputy Chairman of Rex Airlines following its vaccine mandate for staff as well as its plan for re-opening.

09:15

23 Sep 21

Protests set to continue in Melbourne as Police ramp up presence

Steve Price speaks to Brad Battin, the Shadow Minister for Police in Victoria, about the continuing construction ban and vaccine mandate protests in Melbourne CBD.

Protests set to continue in Melbourne as Police ramp up presence

Steve Price speaks to Brad Battin, the Shadow Minister for Police in Victoria, about the continuing construction ban and vaccine mandate protests in Melbourne CBD.

09:05

23 Sep 21

Earthquake Aftermath: Cleanup begins in Melbourne following 5.9 magnitude earthquake

Steve Price speaks to Geoscience Australia Seismologist Trevor Allen about what caused a magnitude 5.9 earthquake in Melbourne with tremors felt right across the country.

Earthquake Aftermath: Cleanup begins in Melbourne following 5.9 magnitude earthquake

Steve Price speaks to Geoscience Australia Seismologist Trevor Allen about what caused a magnitude 5.9 earthquake in Melbourne with tremors felt right across the country.

04:29

22 Sep 21

Theatre Industry calls for dedicated reopening plans

Steve Price speaks to Rodney Rigby, the producer of the hit musical Come From Away, about the impact lockdown has had on the industry as well as how it can reopen safely.

Theatre Industry calls for dedicated reopening plans

Steve Price speaks to Rodney Rigby, the producer of the hit musical Come From Away, about the impact lockdown has had on the industry as well as how it can reopen safely.

06:18

22 Sep 21

"There’s protest and then there’s illegal, way out of line protest…and this is the latter”: More violent protestors expected in Melbourne

Steve price speaks to Former Labor Leader and former Australian Workers Union National Secretary Bill Shorten as protestors continue to take to the street over Victoria's construction ban and vaccine mandate.

"There’s protest and then there’s illegal, way out of line protest…and this is the latter”: More violent protestors expected in Melbourne

Steve price speaks to Former Labor Leader and former Australian Workers Union National Secretary Bill Shorten as protestors continue to take to the street over Victoria's construction ban and vaccine mandate.

11:04

22 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

Victoria warned to expect aftershocks expected for weeks to come... after State's biggest earthquake in 200 years. A Covid outbreak unfolding in major Sydney hospital. Queenslanders are being offered free NRL finals tickets if they get the jab. And, find out why your Australia Post package could delayed today!

Morning Agenda

Victoria warned to expect aftershocks expected for weeks to come... after State's biggest earthquake in 200 years. A Covid outbreak unfolding in major Sydney hospital. Queenslanders are being offered free NRL finals tickets if they get the jab. And, find out why your Australia Post package could delayed today!

11:28

22 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Wednesday September 22 2021

Magnitude 6.0 earthquake hits Melbourne, Wrap of construction protests in Melbourne; Byron, Tweed and Kempsey back in lockdown; Push to make Freedom Day a public holiday; Fears QLD won't reopen borders until the state reaches 90% double vaxxed; Mandatory vaccines for more industries; Covid in regional areas; Will the NSW/VIC border open early?

HIGHLIGHTS - Wednesday September 22 2021

Magnitude 6.0 earthquake hits Melbourne, Wrap of construction protests in Melbourne; Byron, Tweed and Kempsey back in lockdown; Push to make Freedom Day a public holiday; Fears QLD won't reopen borders until the state reaches 90% double vaxxed; Mandatory vaccines for more industries; Covid in regional areas; Will the NSW/VIC border open early?

01:25:49

22 Sep 21

Regional communities anger over constant snap lockdowns

Steve Price speaks to Regional Health Minister David Gillespie of the impact snap lockdowns have on regional communities as the vaccine rollout ramps up.

Regional communities anger over constant snap lockdowns

Steve Price speaks to Regional Health Minister David Gillespie of the impact snap lockdowns have on regional communities as the vaccine rollout ramps up.

06:28

22 Sep 21

Magnitude 6.0 earthquake hits Melbourne

Steve Price speaks to Dr Januka Attanayake, Research Fellow In Earthquake Seismology at University of Melbourne, after a magnitude 6.0 Earthquake hits Melbourne with tremors felt in Tasmania, Canberra and Sydney.

Magnitude 6.0 earthquake hits Melbourne

Steve Price speaks to Dr Januka Attanayake, Research Fellow In Earthquake Seismology at University of Melbourne, after a magnitude 6.0 Earthquake hits Melbourne with tremors felt in Tasmania, Canberra and Sydney.

05:51

22 Sep 21

Violent protestors take to the streets of Melbourne as construction stays shut

Steve Price speaks to Bridget Vallance, the Victorian Shadow Minister for Industry and Manufacturing, as thousands of angry protestors took to the streets in Melbourne for a second day over vaccine mandates.

Violent protestors take to the streets of Melbourne as construction stays shut

Steve Price speaks to Bridget Vallance, the Victorian Shadow Minister for Industry and Manufacturing, as thousands of angry protestors took to the streets in Melbourne for a second day over vaccine mandates.

10:36

22 Sep 21

EARTHQAUKE HITS MELBOURNE: Hear the moment Steve felt a magnitude 6.0 earthquake

Steve Price was speaking to Bridget Vallance, the Victorian Shadow Minister for Industry and Manufacturing when both of them felt a magnitude 6.0 earthquake.

EARTHQAUKE HITS MELBOURNE: Hear the moment Steve felt a magnitude 6.0 earthquake

Steve Price was speaking to Bridget Vallance, the Victorian Shadow Minister for Industry and Manufacturing when both of them felt a magnitude 6.0 earthquake.

01:31

22 Sep 21

Make Freedom Day a Public Holiday!

Steve Price speaks to Australian Workers Union Secretary Daniel Walton about his calls to make 'Freedom Day' a public holiday in NSW.

Make Freedom Day a Public Holiday!

Steve Price speaks to Australian Workers Union Secretary Daniel Walton about his calls to make 'Freedom Day' a public holiday in NSW.

11:00

21 Sep 21

“The main issues we’ve had is the lack of supply”:Byron in lockdown as vaccine numbers lag behind

Steve Price speaks to the Mayor of the Byron Shire Michael Lyon as Byron enters a snap lockdown after a Covid-positive authorised worker from Sydney travelled to the area.

“The main issues we’ve had is the lack of supply”:Byron in lockdown as vaccine numbers lag behind

Steve Price speaks to the Mayor of the Byron Shire Michael Lyon as Byron enters a snap lockdown after a Covid-positive authorised worker from Sydney travelled to the area.

06:48

21 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

Australia declared America’s closest ally as PM meets world leaders in the US. Police gearing up for a third day of protest action in Melbourne. A back-step for the QLD/NSW border bubble after Covid case detected among TV crew. And, find out which Aussie city has been named as the best place in the world to get a good nights sleep.

Morning Agenda

Australia declared America’s closest ally as PM meets world leaders in the US. Police gearing up for a third day of protest action in Melbourne. A back-step for the QLD/NSW border bubble after Covid case detected among TV crew. And, find out which Aussie city has been named as the best place in the world to get a good nights sleep.

12:33

21 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday September 21 2021

Geelong back in lockdown; Prime Minister heads to the US for security talks; Mail fail threat as truckies go postal; Moderna vaccine rollout in pharmacies; Push for students to return to classrooms; Construction shut in Melbourne; Retail Industry call for guidelines of vaccine passports; Restrictions threatening your Christmas lunch menus; Microsoft ditching passwords.

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday September 21 2021

Geelong back in lockdown; Prime Minister heads to the US for security talks; Mail fail threat as truckies go postal; Moderna vaccine rollout in pharmacies; Push for students to return to classrooms; Construction shut in Melbourne; Retail Industry call for guidelines of vaccine passports; Restrictions threatening your Christmas lunch menus; Microsoft ditching passwords.

01:35:55

21 Sep 21

Retailers call for clear vaccine passport rules

Steve Price speaks to the CEO of the Australian Retailers Association about the decision for Victoria to only reopen retail once 80 percent of the population has been vaccinated as well as the need for clearer guidelines of how vaccine passports will work.

Retailers call for clear vaccine passport rules

Steve Price speaks to the CEO of the Australian Retailers Association about the decision for Victoria to only reopen retail once 80 percent of the population has been vaccinated as well as the need for clearer guidelines of how vaccine passports will work.

10:09

21 Sep 21

"The dynamic has changed": Nuclear subs to be a game changer

Steve Price speaks to Former Defence Minister Joel Fitzgibbon, the Labor MP for the Hunter, about why he is supporting the Government's decision to acquire nuclear submarines in a new military alliance.

"The dynamic has changed": Nuclear subs to be a game changer

Steve Price speaks to Former Defence Minister Joel Fitzgibbon, the Labor MP for the Hunter, about why he is supporting the Government's decision to acquire nuclear submarines in a new military alliance.

08:36

20 Sep 21

“The actions yesterday do not speak for our workforce”: Construction in Melbourne shut down

Steve Price speaks to Rebecca Casson from Master Builders Association of Victoria after the State Government shut down the industry in Greater Melbourne and other lockdown areas of the state following violent protests over vaccine mandate.

“The actions yesterday do not speak for our workforce”: Construction in Melbourne shut down

Steve Price speaks to Rebecca Casson from Master Builders Association of Victoria after the State Government shut down the industry in Greater Melbourne and other lockdown areas of the state following violent protests over vaccine mandate.

09:49

20 Sep 21

Moderna rolls out in pharmacies

Steve Price speaks to Anthony Tassone, the Victorian branch President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, as the Moderna vaccine rollout begins right across Australia.

Moderna rolls out in pharmacies

Steve Price speaks to Anthony Tassone, the Victorian branch President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, as the Moderna vaccine rollout begins right across Australia.

06:37

20 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

Melbourne construction shutdown after violent protests. Pfizer approves Covid vaccine for children as young as five. Play dates making a comeback for NSW kids in lockdown. And, good news for those who hate doing the laundry…  find out how often you should be washing your clothes according to science.

Morning Agenda

Melbourne construction shutdown after violent protests. Pfizer approves Covid vaccine for children as young as five. Play dates making a comeback for NSW kids in lockdown. And, good news for those who hate doing the laundry…  find out how often you should be washing your clothes according to science.

12:56

20 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Monday September 20 2021

France could suspend military cooperation following AUKUS alliance, Restrictions ease in LGA’s of concern, Victoria’s reopening plan; NSW announce new quarantine arrangements for fully-vaccinated international arrivals; Update on Former Special Forces Officer Heston Russell’s new political party; Police and anti-lockdown protesters clash on Richmond streets; Vigil held at Australia House in London marking 18 months since Australia closed its international border; Why is golf banned in Melbourne? Calls for another extension to Australia’s compulsory aged care vaccination deadline; Motoring update with Paul Maric.

HIGHLIGHTS - Monday September 20 2021

France could suspend military cooperation following AUKUS alliance, Restrictions ease in LGA’s of concern, Victoria’s reopening plan; NSW announce new quarantine arrangements for fully-vaccinated international arrivals; Update on Former Special Forces Officer Heston Russell’s new political party; Police and anti-lockdown protesters clash on Richmond streets; Vigil held at Australia House in London marking 18 months since Australia closed its international border; Why is golf banned in Melbourne? Calls for another extension to Australia’s compulsory aged care vaccination deadline; Motoring update with Paul Maric.

01:26:46

20 Sep 21

Why can't golf courses re-open in Victoria

Steve Price speaks to former pro golfer Mark Allen and the CEO of Golf Australia James Sutherland about why golf courses have remained shut in Victoria and the push for them to re-open in a Covid-safe way.

Why can't golf courses re-open in Victoria

Steve Price speaks to former pro golfer Mark Allen and the CEO of Golf Australia James Sutherland about why golf courses have remained shut in Victoria and the push for them to re-open in a Covid-safe way.

10:05

20 Sep 21

Vigil held at Australia House for Australians trapped overseas

Steve Price speaks to Linda, an Australian woman in the UK, as a vigil has been held at Australia House in protest of the travel restrictions on returning citizens.

Vigil held at Australia House for Australians trapped overseas

Steve Price speaks to Linda, an Australian woman in the UK, as a vigil has been held at Australia House in protest of the travel restrictions on returning citizens.

11:00

19 Sep 21

Former Special Forces Officer takes on Canberra

Steve Price speaks to Former Special Forces officer Heston Russell after he officially submitted an application to former his own political party - the Australian Values Party.

Former Special Forces Officer takes on Canberra

Steve Price speaks to Former Special Forces officer Heston Russell after he officially submitted an application to former his own political party - the Australian Values Party.

06:56

19 Sep 21

How will AUKUS alliance impact Australia’s long-term relationship with France

Steve Price speaks to Aiden Warren, Professor of International Relations at RMIT, about the impact the AUKUS alliance will have on Australia’s long-term relationship with France after President Macron recalls the French ambassador to Australia.

How will AUKUS alliance impact Australia’s long-term relationship with France

Steve Price speaks to Aiden Warren, Professor of International Relations at RMIT, about the impact the AUKUS alliance will have on Australia’s long-term relationship with France after President Macron recalls the French ambassador to Australia.

05:53

19 Sep 21

“If there’s freedoms over the border in NSW, that are not here…I have to believe there will be a change of heart": Victoria's plan to re-open

Steve Price speaks to the owner of Cherry Bar, Yah Yahs, and Hotel Westwood, and leader of Melbourne City Council’s night-time economy task force about Victoria's reopening plan.

“If there’s freedoms over the border in NSW, that are not here…I have to believe there will be a change of heart": Victoria's plan to re-open

Steve Price speaks to the owner of Cherry Bar, Yah Yahs, and Hotel Westwood, and leader of Melbourne City Council’s night-time economy task force about Victoria's reopening plan.

10:18

19 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

A light at the end of the tunnel - Victoria’s path out of lockdown revealed. A major change to Sydney’s Covid hotspots.  Former Attorney General Christian Porter starting the week on the backbench after resigning as Minister. And, good news for those dreaming about a tropical getaway - with one of the world’s most popular holiday spots set to reopen.

Morning Agenda

A light at the end of the tunnel - Victoria’s path out of lockdown revealed. A major change to Sydney’s Covid hotspots.  Former Attorney General Christian Porter starting the week on the backbench after resigning as Minister. And, good news for those dreaming about a tropical getaway - with one of the world’s most popular holiday spots set to reopen.

11:38

19 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Friday September 17 2021

Victoria to outline reopening plan; Albury and Lismore back in lockdown; Nuclear-powered submarines to be built in Adelaide; China responds to Australia’s new military alliance; A new show taking us inside Australia’s railway network; What really happened in Wuhan? Australian father left stranded overseas while his health declined; Regional areas released from lockdown; Iconic restaurant Golden Century saved.

HIGHLIGHTS - Friday September 17 2021

Victoria to outline reopening plan; Albury and Lismore back in lockdown; Nuclear-powered submarines to be built in Adelaide; China responds to Australia’s new military alliance; A new show taking us inside Australia’s railway network; What really happened in Wuhan? Australian father left stranded overseas while his health declined; Regional areas released from lockdown; Iconic restaurant Golden Century saved.

01:26:10

17 Sep 21

Is another state-wide lockdown on the cards in NSW?

Steve Price speaks to NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro as more regional areas of NSW go into lockdowns just days after reopening.

Is another state-wide lockdown on the cards in NSW?

Steve Price speaks to NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro as more regional areas of NSW go into lockdowns just days after reopening.

08:53

17 Sep 21

Stranded and sick: The difficulties facing Australians trapped overseas

Steve Price speaks to Jude whose father was stranded overseas, unable to get home, while is health declined.

Stranded and sick: The difficulties facing Australians trapped overseas

Steve Price speaks to Jude whose father was stranded overseas, unable to get home, while is health declined.

07:04

17 Sep 21

The question we've all been asking - What Really Happened in Wuhan

Steve Price speaks to investigative journalist Sharri Markson ahead of her new documentary "What Really Happened in Wuhan?" on Sky News.

The question we've all been asking - What Really Happened in Wuhan

Steve Price speaks to investigative journalist Sharri Markson ahead of her new documentary "What Really Happened in Wuhan?" on Sky News.

12:02

16 Sep 21

China reacts to Australia’s new military alliance

Steve Price speaks to Peter Jennings, the Executive Director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, about how China has reacted to the Federal Government's decision to acquire nuclear powered submarines for the first time as part of a new military alliance between Australia, The US and the UK.

China reacts to Australia’s new military alliance

Steve Price speaks to Peter Jennings, the Executive Director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, about how China has reacted to the Federal Government's decision to acquire nuclear powered submarines for the first time as part of a new military alliance between Australia, The US and the UK.

08:14

16 Sep 21

“Not a magic pill but a very good machine”: New submarines to be built in SA

Steve Price speaks to South Australian Senator and former submariner Patrick following the Federal Government's decision to acquire nuclear powered submarines for the first time as part of a new military alliance between Australia, The US and the UK.

“Not a magic pill but a very good machine”: New submarines to be built in SA

Steve Price speaks to South Australian Senator and former submariner Patrick following the Federal Government's decision to acquire nuclear powered submarines for the first time as part of a new military alliance between Australia, The US and the UK.

08:45

16 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

Chinese state media warns Australia to “prepare for the worst”after historic defence deal. Victorians to get a taste of freedom from tonight with some restrictions easing, while NSW hits another grim Covid milestone. Farmers in NSW, QLD and WA on notice with the CSIRO warning the devastating mouse plague is about to return. And, find out why Sir Elton John has had to postpone the upcoming leg of his farewell tour…

Morning Agenda

Chinese state media warns Australia to “prepare for the worst”after historic defence deal. Victorians to get a taste of freedom from tonight with some restrictions easing, while NSW hits another grim Covid milestone. Farmers in NSW, QLD and WA on notice with the CSIRO warning the devastating mouse plague is about to return. And, find out why Sir Elton John has had to postpone the upcoming leg of his farewell tour…

12:19

16 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Thursday September 16 2021

Australia to get nuclear powered submarines in new military alliance with the US and the UK,Hospitality industry in need of clearer guidelines, Western Sydney Business forum Watchdog to probe covid border permits, Curfews lifted for hotspot LGA’s, Race-goers expected to be vaccinated.

HIGHLIGHTS - Thursday September 16 2021

Australia to get nuclear powered submarines in new military alliance with the US and the UK,Hospitality industry in need of clearer guidelines, Western Sydney Business forum Watchdog to probe covid border permits, Curfews lifted for hotspot LGA’s, Race-goers expected to be vaccinated.

01:14:21

16 Sep 21

Will you need to be fully vaccinated to go to the races?

Steve Price speaks to the CEO of Racing Victoria, Giles Thompson, after RV mandated vaccines for all staff and participants, including trainers, jockeys, stable staff and stewards, from next month.

Will you need to be fully vaccinated to go to the races?

Steve Price speaks to the CEO of Racing Victoria, Giles Thompson, after RV mandated vaccines for all staff and participants, including trainers, jockeys, stable staff and stewards, from next month.

08:28

16 Sep 21

Probe into Covid border permits

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Senator Sarah Henderson as border permit issues that left Victorians “effectively homeless” and stuck interstate will be investigated by the state’s watchdog.

Probe into Covid border permits

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Senator Sarah Henderson as border permit issues that left Victorians “effectively homeless” and stuck interstate will be investigated by the state’s watchdog.

13:32

16 Sep 21

Australia to get nuclear submarines in new US and UK alliance

Steve Price speaks to Michael Shoebridge, the Director of Defence and Strategy at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute following the announcement Australia will acquire nuclear powered submarines for the first time as part of a new military alliance between Australia, The US and the UK.

Australia to get nuclear submarines in new US and UK alliance

Steve Price speaks to Michael Shoebridge, the Director of Defence and Strategy at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute following the announcement Australia will acquire nuclear powered submarines for the first time as part of a new military alliance between Australia, The US and the UK.

06:00

15 Sep 21

Clear guidelines needed for hospitality industry

Steve Price speaks to celebrity chef and restaurateur Neil Perry about why State Governments need to put in place special health orders to mandate the serving of only fully vaccinated people once the industry re-opens.

Clear guidelines needed for hospitality industry

Steve Price speaks to celebrity chef and restaurateur Neil Perry about why State Governments need to put in place special health orders to mandate the serving of only fully vaccinated people once the industry re-opens.

07:00

15 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

The Prime Minister makes a major defence announcement with the US and UK. The alarming new warning from a top Sydney doctor about Covid. Parts of region Victoria in lockdown again with plans for a major anti-lockdown protest. And, a prisoner hands himself in after nearly 30 years on the run.

Morning Agenda

The Prime Minister makes a major defence announcement with the US and UK. The alarming new warning from a top Sydney doctor about Covid. Parts of region Victoria in lockdown again with plans for a major anti-lockdown protest. And, a prisoner hands himself in after nearly 30 years on the run.

12:41

15 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Wednesday September 15 2021

NSW Premier meets with the Mayors of 12 hotspot LGA’s; Why Woolworths, Coles and Aldi shelves across Sydney are looking bare; Parents rush to vaccinate 12-15yo but struggle to find appointments; Has Sydney passed its covid peak? What ALP need to do in order to win next election; Call to lift aged care lockdowns in Australia for vaccinated visitors; International Airlines returning to Australia.

HIGHLIGHTS - Wednesday September 15 2021

NSW Premier meets with the Mayors of 12 hotspot LGA’s; Why Woolworths, Coles and Aldi shelves across Sydney are looking bare; Parents rush to vaccinate 12-15yo but struggle to find appointments; Has Sydney passed its covid peak? What ALP need to do in order to win next election; Call to lift aged care lockdowns in Australia for vaccinated visitors; International Airlines returning to Australia.

01:24:25

15 Sep 21

Great news for farmers struggling to find workers

Steve Price speaks to the Zed Seselja, the Minister for International Development, about the Government's plan to overhaul the Seasonal Worker Program to bring in more international workers to help with the summer harvest season.

Great news for farmers struggling to find workers

Steve Price speaks to the Zed Seselja, the Minister for International Development, about the Government's plan to overhaul the Seasonal Worker Program to bring in more international workers to help with the summer harvest season.

10:42

15 Sep 21

Why loneliness is almost worse than covid for our elderly

Steve Price speaks to the CEO of National Seniors Professor John McCallum about the impact lockdowns are having on the mental wellbeing of the elderly in Aged Care.

Why loneliness is almost worse than covid for our elderly

Steve Price speaks to the CEO of National Seniors Professor John McCallum about the impact lockdowns are having on the mental wellbeing of the elderly in Aged Care.

08:23

15 Sep 21

"Why I'm resigning": Joel Fitzgibbon steps away from the Hunter

Steve Price speaks to Labor MP Joel Fitzgibbon about his decision to resign from politics at the next election and what he thinks Labor needs to do in order to win the next election.

"Why I'm resigning": Joel Fitzgibbon steps away from the Hunter

Steve Price speaks to Labor MP Joel Fitzgibbon about his decision to resign from politics at the next election and what he thinks Labor needs to do in order to win the next election.

08:21

14 Sep 21

“Don’t get seduced by a couple of days of lower cases”: Has Sydney passed its Covid peak?

Steve Price speaks to UNSW epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws about whether Sydney has passed its Covid peak as case numbers continue to decline.

“Don’t get seduced by a couple of days of lower cases”: Has Sydney passed its Covid peak?

Steve Price speaks to UNSW epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws about whether Sydney has passed its Covid peak as case numbers continue to decline.

08:18

14 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

Sydney aged care home at the centre of a deadly Covid outbreak in lockdown again. Victorian Premier set to reveal a roadmap out of lockdown. Another blow for Aussies trying to get home with more international flights cancelled. And, love in lockdown why we’re seeing a baby boom.

Morning Agenda

Sydney aged care home at the centre of a deadly Covid outbreak in lockdown again. Victorian Premier set to reveal a roadmap out of lockdown. Another blow for Aussies trying to get home with more international flights cancelled. And, love in lockdown why we’re seeing a baby boom.

12:38

14 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday September 14 2021

You can get your hair done but you can’t see your physio in regional Victoria; Retail to open for fully vaccinated people and a warning to start Xmas shopping now; Moderna rollout in pharmacies; Anti-vaxxers delaying the road out of lockdowns; One Nation will field a candidate for seat of Hunter as Joel Fitzgibbon resigns; Latest from Maria James inquest; Fireys to join ambos in the fight against covid; Apple’s Iphone 13 to be released in just hours.

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday September 14 2021

You can get your hair done but you can’t see your physio in regional Victoria; Retail to open for fully vaccinated people and a warning to start Xmas shopping now; Moderna rollout in pharmacies; Anti-vaxxers delaying the road out of lockdowns; One Nation will field a candidate for seat of Hunter as Joel Fitzgibbon resigns; Latest from Maria James inquest; Fireys to join ambos in the fight against covid; Apple’s Iphone 13 to be released in just hours.

01:06:22

14 Sep 21

“The stark reality will hit when people have to wait two or three hours for an ambulance to turn up”: Paramedics dire warning

Steve Price speaks to Brett Simpson from the Australian Paramedics Association as covid numbers continue to spike in NSW with suggestions firefighters could be asked to help bring patients to hospital.

“The stark reality will hit when people have to wait two or three hours for an ambulance to turn up”: Paramedics dire warning

Steve Price speaks to Brett Simpson from the Australian Paramedics Association as covid numbers continue to spike in NSW with suggestions firefighters could be asked to help bring patients to hospital.

11:10

14 Sep 21

One Nation to take on Hunter

Steve Price speaks to One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson as she confirms One Nation will field a candidate for the Federal seat of Hunter as incumbent Labor's Joel Fitzgibbon announces he will resign at the next election.

One Nation to take on Hunter

Steve Price speaks to One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson as she confirms One Nation will field a candidate for the Federal seat of Hunter as incumbent Labor's Joel Fitzgibbon announces he will resign at the next election.

09:33

13 Sep 21

Advice for families looking to secure Moderna vaccine for children

Steve Price speaks to Trent Twomey, the President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, about the rollout of Moderna vaccines and answers key questions about where and when it'll be available.

Advice for families looking to secure Moderna vaccine for children

Steve Price speaks to Trent Twomey, the President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, about the rollout of Moderna vaccines and answers key questions about where and when it'll be available.

07:55

13 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

Construction industry targeted as a major area of concern, as Covid cases spike. Calls for delays for the return of school until eligible children are vaccinated A woman suffers shocking injuries in a random attack while sun baking. And, the fashion world's biggest night out ... the MET Gala is set to get underway this morning!

Morning Agenda

Construction industry targeted as a major area of concern, as Covid cases spike. Calls for delays for the return of school until eligible children are vaccinated A woman suffers shocking injuries in a random attack while sun baking. And, the fashion world's biggest night out ... the MET Gala is set to get underway this morning!

11:42

13 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS – Monday September 13 2021

Campaign for grand final eve MCG vaccination hub blitz; NSW/QLD border opens for border communities today; Will the Government’s new “first things first” vaccine be effective? Travel to London before Cairns likely; Seven years since the disappearance of William Tyrell; Could Lamborghini and Ferrari be exempt from zero emissions regulations? Up to a three year wait for Toyota LandCruisers.

HIGHLIGHTS – Monday September 13 2021

Campaign for grand final eve MCG vaccination hub blitz; NSW/QLD border opens for border communities today; Will the Government’s new “first things first” vaccine be effective? Travel to London before Cairns likely; Seven years since the disappearance of William Tyrell; Could Lamborghini and Ferrari be exempt from zero emissions regulations? Up to a three year wait for Toyota LandCruisers.

46:28

13 Sep 21

“Short home quarantine for fully vaccinated is key”: London before Cairns likely

Steve Price speaks to the founder and CEO of Flight Centre, Graham Turner, about the future of international and domestic borders.

“Short home quarantine for fully vaccinated is key”: London before Cairns likely

Steve Price speaks to the founder and CEO of Flight Centre, Graham Turner, about the future of international and domestic borders.

07:58

13 Sep 21

Will the Government’s new “First Things First” ad campaign encourage you to get the jab?

Steve Price speaks to marketing and advertising expert Barry Urquhart from Marketing Focus about the Government’s new ad campaign to encourage people to get vaccinated.

Will the Government’s new “First Things First” ad campaign encourage you to get the jab?

Steve Price speaks to marketing and advertising expert Barry Urquhart from Marketing Focus about the Government’s new ad campaign to encourage people to get vaccinated.

06:39

13 Sep 21

Life’s good out of lockdown but threat remains

Steve Price speaks to Federal Nationals MP for Cowper Pat Conaghan after lockdown was lifted for his electorate over the weekend but the are fears a single positive covid case could send the area back into lockdown.

Life’s good out of lockdown but threat remains

Steve Price speaks to Federal Nationals MP for Cowper Pat Conaghan after lockdown was lifted for his electorate over the weekend but the are fears a single positive covid case could send the area back into lockdown.

07:57

12 Sep 21

Reopening plans gives hope to hospitality industry

Steve Price speaks to leading restaurateur Luke Mangan about why all States and Territories need to adopt similar reopening plans to NSW in order to give industry certainty.

Reopening plans gives hope to hospitality industry

Steve Price speaks to leading restaurateur Luke Mangan about why all States and Territories need to adopt similar reopening plans to NSW in order to give industry certainty.

05:23

12 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

Thousands of new vaccines supplies on their way to Australia, with new warning from the Prime Minister. Victorian premier claims he’s being left in the dark over vaccine rollout, with children as young as 12 now eligible for Pfizer. Find out why the UK has now dropped it’s vaccine passport plan. And, teenage tennis sensation taking the world by storm after winning the US Open.

Morning Agenda

Thousands of new vaccines supplies on their way to Australia, with new warning from the Prime Minister. Victorian premier claims he’s being left in the dark over vaccine rollout, with children as young as 12 now eligible for Pfizer. Find out why the UK has now dropped it’s vaccine passport plan. And, teenage tennis sensation taking the world by storm after winning the US Open.

11:24

12 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS, SEPTEMBER 10: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

NSW roadmap to freedom released while VIC take a more cautious approach; What an easing of restrictions will mean for restaurants and businesses; Impact of lockdowns on children learning to swim; Relief for NSW border communities; Remembering 9/11 20 years on; Prime Minister Scott Morrison backing NSW’s plan; A delicious pasta recipe to try this weekend.

HIGHLIGHTS, SEPTEMBER 10: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

NSW roadmap to freedom released while VIC take a more cautious approach; What an easing of restrictions will mean for restaurants and businesses; Impact of lockdowns on children learning to swim; Relief for NSW border communities; Remembering 9/11 20 years on; Prime Minister Scott Morrison backing NSW’s plan; A delicious pasta recipe to try this weekend.

01:26:18

10 Sep 21

“I can still smell the burning of the building and the burning flesh”: 20 years on from 9/11

Steve Price speaks to Michael Puccio from New York who watched the Twin Towers fall on that tragic day 20 years ago.

“I can still smell the burning of the building and the burning flesh”: 20 years on from 9/11

Steve Price speaks to Michael Puccio from New York who watched the Twin Towers fall on that tragic day 20 years ago.

06:39

10 Sep 21

Adam's Story: The impact of border closures

Steve Price is joined by travel expert Sonia Pilovska for a special project looking at the impact of international border closures on everyday Australians.

Adam's Story: The impact of border closures

Steve Price is joined by travel expert Sonia Pilovska for a special project looking at the impact of international border closures on everyday Australians.

12:21

9 Sep 21

“A cure for paralysis would mean everything”: SIP Week to raise funds for research into paralysis cure

Steve Price speaks to Carol Taylor, Quadriplegic and ambassador for the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation about the importance of SIP Week.

“A cure for paralysis would mean everything”: SIP Week to raise funds for research into paralysis cure

Steve Price speaks to Carol Taylor, Quadriplegic and ambassador for the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation about the importance of SIP Week.

13:32

9 Sep 21

Lives in Limbo: An Australia Today Special Project

Steve Price is joined by travel expert Sonia Pilovska to look at the impact of international border closures on everyday Australians.

Lives in Limbo: An Australia Today Special Project

Steve Price is joined by travel expert Sonia Pilovska to look at the impact of international border closures on everyday Australians.

56:45

9 Sep 21

It's "Freedom Day for NSW"

Steve Price speaks to NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro as 'Freedom Day' is announced for NSW with pubs, bars, restaurants and retail to re-open to full-vaccinated people once the state hits 70 percent fully vaccinated.

It's "Freedom Day for NSW"

Steve Price speaks to NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro as 'Freedom Day' is announced for NSW with pubs, bars, restaurants and retail to re-open to full-vaccinated people once the state hits 70 percent fully vaccinated.

10:51

9 Sep 21

Why we need Rapid Antigen Testing now

Steve Price speaks to Federal Environment Minister and the MP for Farrer Sussan Ley about the need for rapid antigen testing.

Why we need Rapid Antigen Testing now

Steve Price speaks to Federal Environment Minister and the MP for Farrer Sussan Ley about the need for rapid antigen testing.

09:01

9 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

Concern from top health experts over New South Wales plan to reopen. Why the Victorian Premier is waring case numbers could sky rocket. Remembering 20 years on from 9/11.  And, Sydney man throws away winning lotto ticket...  but there is some good news!

Morning Agenda

Concern from top health experts over New South Wales plan to reopen. Why the Victorian Premier is waring case numbers could sky rocket. Remembering 20 years on from 9/11.  And, Sydney man throws away winning lotto ticket...  but there is some good news!

13:17

9 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS, SEPTEMBER 9: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Lockdown lifted in Regional Victoria; Rapid antigen testing for truck drivers; How will the Australian economy bounce back from Delta? Notorious killer dies in gaol after 40 years behind bars; Aussies Big Walk for Little Kids this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month; is October 18 Freedom Day for NSW? Office spaces are in high demand despite many still working from home.

HIGHLIGHTS, SEPTEMBER 9: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Lockdown lifted in Regional Victoria; Rapid antigen testing for truck drivers; How will the Australian economy bounce back from Delta? Notorious killer dies in gaol after 40 years behind bars; Aussies Big Walk for Little Kids this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month; is October 18 Freedom Day for NSW? Office spaces are in high demand despite many still working from home.

54:23

9 Sep 21

Exactly how will your vaccination status will be displayed every time you use a QR code check-in

Steve Price speaks to NSW Customer Service Minister Victor Dominello about how the Government is planning to integrate an individual's vaccination status when they QR code check-in to venues.

Exactly how will your vaccination status will be displayed every time you use a QR code check-in

Steve Price speaks to NSW Customer Service Minister Victor Dominello about how the Government is planning to integrate an individual's vaccination status when they QR code check-in to venues.

11:49

9 Sep 21

Sophie’s Story: The impact of border closures

Steve Price is joined by travel expert Sonia Pilovska for a special project looking at the impact of international border closures on everyday Australians.

Sophie’s Story: The impact of border closures

Steve Price is joined by travel expert Sonia Pilovska for a special project looking at the impact of international border closures on everyday Australians.

11:18

8 Sep 21

“We need to be a lifeline for people”: Why a simple phone call can make such a difference

Steve Price speaks to John Brogden, the Chair of Lifeline, about the impact lockdown and the continuing uncertainty is having on the mental health of Australians on R U OK Day.

“We need to be a lifeline for people”: Why a simple phone call can make such a difference

Steve Price speaks to John Brogden, the Chair of Lifeline, about the impact lockdown and the continuing uncertainty is having on the mental health of Australians on R U OK Day.

10:59

8 Sep 21

How did 9/11 shape America?

Steve Price speaks to US expert and the Executive Director of the Centre for Independent Studies Tom Switzer about the impact 9/11 had on American policy.

How did 9/11 shape America?

Steve Price speaks to US expert and the Executive Director of the Centre for Independent Studies Tom Switzer about the impact 9/11 had on American policy.

07:03

8 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

Regional Victoria getting a taste of freedom from midnight tonight and regional NSW isn’t far behind… The new report that shows just how Covid affects children. The bombshell new emails that show why Australia may have missed out on crucial Pfizer vaccines. And, $50,000 up for grabs if you’re double vaccinated, find out if you’re eligible.

Morning Agenda

Regional Victoria getting a taste of freedom from midnight tonight and regional NSW isn’t far behind… The new report that shows just how Covid affects children. The bombshell new emails that show why Australia may have missed out on crucial Pfizer vaccines. And, $50,000 up for grabs if you’re double vaccinated, find out if you’re eligible.

11:48

8 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS, SEPTEMBER 8 : Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

ICU’s under pressure as covid hospitalisations rise; Warning our travel industry may not cope if Jobkeeper is not reinstated; Aussies unable to move overseas; Get Ready Weekend ahead of bushfire season; Time to dust off those passports, where will you be spending your summer?

HIGHLIGHTS, SEPTEMBER 8 : Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

ICU’s under pressure as covid hospitalisations rise; Warning our travel industry may not cope if Jobkeeper is not reinstated; Aussies unable to move overseas; Get Ready Weekend ahead of bushfire season; Time to dust off those passports, where will you be spending your summer?

55:13

8 Sep 21

“We’ve got extra hospital capability”: Vaccines key to hospitals not becoming overwhelmed

Steve Price speaks to Regional Health Minister Dr David Gillespie about the ability of the regional health system to cope with an increase in Covid cases as Australia begins to re-open and end lockdowns. 

“We’ve got extra hospital capability”: Vaccines key to hospitals not becoming overwhelmed

Steve Price speaks to Regional Health Minister Dr David Gillespie about the ability of the regional health system to cope with an increase in Covid cases as Australia begins to re-open and end lockdowns. 

08:15

8 Sep 21

Bella’s Story: The impact of border closures

Steve Price is joined by travel expert Sonia Pilovska for a special project looking at the impact of international border closures on everyday Australians.

Bella’s Story: The impact of border closures

Steve Price is joined by travel expert Sonia Pilovska for a special project looking at the impact of international border closures on everyday Australians.

13:15

7 Sep 21

Will you need a vaccine passport to go to the footy?

Steve Price speaks to Tony Shepherd, the Chairman of the GWS Giants and Venues NSW, about his call for the AFL to mandate all fans who attend footy to be vaccinated.

Will you need a vaccine passport to go to the footy?

Steve Price speaks to Tony Shepherd, the Chairman of the GWS Giants and Venues NSW, about his call for the AFL to mandate all fans who attend footy to be vaccinated.

07:49

7 Sep 21

Pubs are set to open but only for fully vaccinated people

Steve Price speaks to Australian Hotels Association CEO Stephen Ferguson about why pubs are set to issue vaccine mandates as we move into living with Covid.

Pubs are set to open but only for fully vaccinated people

Steve Price speaks to Australian Hotels Association CEO Stephen Ferguson about why pubs are set to issue vaccine mandates as we move into living with Covid.

06:32

7 Sep 21

Morning Agenda

A tense stand-off has ended in thousands of dollars in fines, after an illegal gathering in Melbourne. Premiers of WA, VIC and QLD hit out at PM over claims extra Pfizer vaccines are going to NSW. Health authorities investigate another potential Covid leak from Victoria’s hotel quarantine system. And, live music is coming back… some of Australia’s biggest acts announced to return to the stage next year.

Morning Agenda

A tense stand-off has ended in thousands of dollars in fines, after an illegal gathering in Melbourne. Premiers of WA, VIC and QLD hit out at PM over claims extra Pfizer vaccines are going to NSW. Health authorities investigate another potential Covid leak from Victoria’s hotel quarantine system. And, live music is coming back… some of Australia’s biggest acts announced to return to the stage next year.

12:43

7 Sep 21

HIGHLIGHTS, SEPTEMBER 7: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

3 year old AJ Elfalak found alive; GPs launch a proactive coronavirus blitz to reach hesitant Australians; Victorian Liberal Leadership spill underway; An update on the tourism industry in Far North Queensland; Twitter introduces a “paid content” option; Are our voice assistants really listening to us?

HIGHLIGHTS, SEPTEMBER 7: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

3 year old AJ Elfalak found alive; GPs launch a proactive coronavirus blitz to reach hesitant Australians; Victorian Liberal Leadership spill underway; An update on the tourism industry in Far North Queensland; Twitter introduces a “paid content” option; Are our voice assistants really listening to us?

45:05

7 Sep 21

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