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QLD Government continues to show it has no heart

The Queensland Government continues to ignore pleas from MARK KILIAN, a man stuck in Hotel Quarantine in Sydney desperate to see his dying father. Despite being fully vaccinated, The Palaszczuk government won’t grant him an exemption.

QLD Government continues to show it has no heart

The Queensland Government continues to ignore pleas from MARK KILIAN, a man stuck in Hotel Quarantine in Sydney desperate to see his dying father. Despite being fully vaccinated, The Palaszczuk government won’t grant him an exemption.

41:38

18 Jun 21

Change of advice for AZ vaccine causes hesitancy scare

The Government has lifted the recommended age group for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine to 60 and over. The change of advice has caused a wave of vaccine hesitancy despite new outbreaks creating school holiday chaos.

Change of advice for AZ vaccine causes hesitancy scare

The Government has lifted the recommended age group for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine to 60 and over. The change of advice has caused a wave of vaccine hesitancy despite new outbreaks creating school holiday chaos.

44:21

18 Jun 21

HIGHLIGHTS, June 18: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Government changes AstraZeneca Vaccine advice; School holiday plans in chaos from border closures; QLD Government continues to show it has no heart and is Sydney on the brink of a full scale gang war?

HIGHLIGHTS, June 18: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Government changes AstraZeneca Vaccine advice; School holiday plans in chaos from border closures; QLD Government continues to show it has no heart and is Sydney on the brink of a full scale gang war?

01:37:33

18 Jun 21

Vaccinated son begs to see dying father

Plus, a new sculpture to recognise those who have experienced the ongoing trauma that can result from military service; and what’s in the UK Free Trade Agreement for Australia?

Vaccinated son begs to see dying father

Plus, a new sculpture to recognise those who have experienced the ongoing trauma that can result from military service; and what’s in the UK Free Trade Agreement for Australia?

47:16

17 Jun 21

Should ALL frontline workers be vaccinated?

Plus, anyone in Melbourne heading to ski resorts will need to prove they have had a negative Covid test less than 72 hours prior to departing, including children as young as three.

Should ALL frontline workers be vaccinated?

Plus, anyone in Melbourne heading to ski resorts will need to prove they have had a negative Covid test less than 72 hours prior to departing, including children as young as three.

39:27

17 Jun 21

HIGHLIGHTS, June 17: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

A son’s plea to the Queensland government; a new sculpture to recognise those who have experienced the ongoing trauma that can result from military service; and what’s in the UK Free Trade Agreement for Australia?

HIGHLIGHTS, June 17: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

A son’s plea to the Queensland government; a new sculpture to recognise those who have experienced the ongoing trauma that can result from military service; and what’s in the UK Free Trade Agreement for Australia?

01:45:56

17 Jun 21

Senator takes aim at vegan foods

Plus, Australia has signed a Free Trade Agreement with the UK.

Senator takes aim at vegan foods

Plus, Australia has signed a Free Trade Agreement with the UK.

38:00

16 Jun 21

HIGHLIGHTS, June 16: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The debate about whether fully vaccinated Australians should be able to travel overseas; Jeff Kennett calls on Daniel Andrews to step down; and travel with Sonia Pilovska.

HIGHLIGHTS, June 16: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The debate about whether fully vaccinated Australians should be able to travel overseas; Jeff Kennett calls on Daniel Andrews to step down; and travel with Sonia Pilovska.

36:25

16 Jun 21

Jeff Kennett calls on Daniel Andrews to step down

Plus, restrictions are set to be eased in Melbourne.

Jeff Kennett calls on Daniel Andrews to step down

Plus, restrictions are set to be eased in Melbourne.

43:22

16 Jun 21

Biloela family to be placed in community detention

Plus, the long term effect of concussion on footy players; and six-time Bathurst champion Larry Perkins has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday honours list.

Biloela family to be placed in community detention

Plus, the long term effect of concussion on footy players; and six-time Bathurst champion Larry Perkins has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday honours list.

44:38

15 Jun 21

When will coronavirus restrictions end?

Plus, the cost of Victoria’s recent lockdown to retailers; and Angela Fredericks, friend of the Biloela family.

When will coronavirus restrictions end?

Plus, the cost of Victoria’s recent lockdown to retailers; and Angela Fredericks, friend of the Biloela family.

45:20

15 Jun 21

HIGHLIGHTS, June 15: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The long term effect of concussion on footy players; and six-time Bathurst champion Larry Perkins has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

HIGHLIGHTS, June 15: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The long term effect of concussion on footy players; and six-time Bathurst champion Larry Perkins has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

01:43:33

15 Jun 21

Daniel Andrews is getting ready to return to work

Plus, PM Scott Morrison meets with UK PM Boris Johnson and US President Joe Biden; and shocking figures show the attempted suicide rate among Victorian teenagers is up 184-per-cent over the past 6 months.

Daniel Andrews is getting ready to return to work

Plus, PM Scott Morrison meets with UK PM Boris Johnson and US President Joe Biden; and shocking figures show the attempted suicide rate among Victorian teenagers is up 184-per-cent over the past 6 months.

43:24

14 Jun 21

Honouring our pandemic heroes

Plus, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews will return to work on June 28.

Honouring our pandemic heroes

Plus, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews will return to work on June 28.

43:55

14 Jun 21

HIGHLIGHTS, June 14: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Wrap of the G7; shocking attempted suicide rate among Victorian teenagers; honouring our pandemic heroes; concussion claims another NRL stars career.

HIGHLIGHTS, June 14: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Wrap of the G7; shocking attempted suicide rate among Victorian teenagers; honouring our pandemic heroes; concussion claims another NRL stars career.

01:50:40

14 Jun 21

Brisbane looks set to host the 2032 Olympic Games

Plus, Victoria’s lockdown ended overnight, but ongoing restrictions mean many pubs won’t bother re-opening; and international students will return to NSW within weeks.

Brisbane looks set to host the 2032 Olympic Games

Plus, Victoria’s lockdown ended overnight, but ongoing restrictions mean many pubs won’t bother re-opening; and international students will return to NSW within weeks.

44:34

11 Jun 21

Moree Mayor furious with Victorian couple

Plus, the latest in federal politics with Peter Van Onselen.

Moree Mayor furious with Victorian couple

Plus, the latest in federal politics with Peter Van Onselen.

43:10

11 Jun 21

HIGHLIGHTS, June 11: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

A 52-year-old woman from NSW has died after a “severe form” of blood clotting linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine; Victoria’s lockdown ended overnight, but ongoing restrictions mean many pubs won’t bother re-opening, and hundreds of people waited for hours in the rain in Moree yesterday to get tested for coronavirus.

HIGHLIGHTS, June 11: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

A 52-year-old woman from NSW has died after a “severe form” of blood clotting linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine; Victoria’s lockdown ended overnight, but ongoing restrictions mean many pubs won’t bother re-opening, and hundreds of people waited for hours in the rain in Moree yesterday to get tested for coronavirus.

01:41:30

11 Jun 21

Melbourne to emerge from lockdown tonight

Plus, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called on world leaders to stand in unison against the growing threat of China; and Australians will be able to get cheaper cheese and scotch if a historic trade agreement with the UK goes ahead.

Melbourne to emerge from lockdown tonight

Plus, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called on world leaders to stand in unison against the growing threat of China; and Australians will be able to get cheaper cheese and scotch if a historic trade agreement with the UK goes ahead.

44:25

10 Jun 21

NSW paramedics are the lowest paid in the country

Plus, Melbourne has been named the world’s 8th most liveable city.

NSW paramedics are the lowest paid in the country

Plus, Melbourne has been named the world’s 8th most liveable city.

44:03

10 Jun 21

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

Melbourne will emerge from lockdown tonight; The PM calls on world leaders to stand up to China, and NSW paramedics are on strike over a pay dispute.

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

Melbourne will emerge from lockdown tonight; The PM calls on world leaders to stand up to China, and NSW paramedics are on strike over a pay dispute.

01:43:58

10 Jun 21

Restrictions to continue in Australia’s second largest city

Plus, are we watching the slow demise of Melbourne?

Restrictions to continue in Australia’s second largest city

Plus, are we watching the slow demise of Melbourne?

43:00

9 Jun 21

The new plan to get Aussies vaccinated

Plus, Townsville is celebrating ahead of State of Origin 1.

The new plan to get Aussies vaccinated

Plus, Townsville is celebrating ahead of State of Origin 1.

44:32

9 Jun 21

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

Retired NSW Police Detective Superintendent Deb Wallace discusses Operation Ironside; and the federal government is still unable to track aged care staff working across multiple facilities, three years after its own taskforce recommended a national registration system.

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

Retired NSW Police Detective Superintendent Deb Wallace discusses Operation Ironside; and the federal government is still unable to track aged care staff working across multiple facilities, three years after its own taskforce recommended a national registration system.

01:21:57

9 Jun 21

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

Melbourne’s lockdown continues; pharmacists are pushing to join the vaccine rollout; and a major police sting targeting underworld figures.

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

Melbourne’s lockdown continues; pharmacists are pushing to join the vaccine rollout; and a major police sting targeting underworld figures.

01:26:41

8 Jun 21

Major police sting targeting underworld figures

Plus, pharmacists are pushing to join the coronavirus vaccine rollout.

Major police sting targeting underworld figures

Plus, pharmacists are pushing to join the coronavirus vaccine rollout.

44:27

8 Jun 21

When will Daniel Andrews return to work?

Plus, the full details on a police sting targeting underworld figures.

When will Daniel Andrews return to work?

Plus, the full details on a police sting targeting underworld figures.

42:44

8 Jun 21

Why are we fascinated with true crime?

Plus, the debate over Donald Trump’s pants and the move to oust Adam Bandt from parliament.

Why are we fascinated with true crime?

Plus, the debate over Donald Trump’s pants and the move to oust Adam Bandt from parliament.

41:19

7 Jun 21

Schools MUST open TODAY

Plus, small businesses in Melbourne are going to the wall; psychologists are reporting a big increase in demand for their services; and the ski season is in jeopardy.

Schools MUST open TODAY

Plus, small businesses in Melbourne are going to the wall; psychologists are reporting a big increase in demand for their services; and the ski season is in jeopardy.

45:51

7 Jun 21

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

Victoria’s lockdown continues; small businesses are going to the wall; psychologists are reporting a big increase in demand for services; and our fascination with true crime.

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

Victoria’s lockdown continues; small businesses are going to the wall; psychologists are reporting a big increase in demand for services; and our fascination with true crime.

01:24:23

7 Jun 21

The plan to make people prove they’re 18 before accessing pornography

Plus; Victoria’s Acting Premier refuses to release today’s numbers, and the change coming to Aldi stores.

The plan to make people prove they’re 18 before accessing pornography

Plus; Victoria’s Acting Premier refuses to release today’s numbers, and the change coming to Aldi stores.

45:10

4 Jun 21

False positives...It’s time to end Melbourne’s lockdown

Plus, a petition calling on state and federal governments to come up with consistent rules for lockdowns; and restrictions have eased in regional Victoria.

False positives...It’s time to end Melbourne’s lockdown

Plus, a petition calling on state and federal governments to come up with consistent rules for lockdowns; and restrictions have eased in regional Victoria.

45:27

4 Jun 21

HIGHLIGHTS, June 4: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Melbourne’s devastating lockdown continues; and the plan to make people prove they’re 18 before accessing pornography.

HIGHLIGHTS, June 4: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Melbourne’s devastating lockdown continues; and the plan to make people prove they’re 18 before accessing pornography.

01:28:21

4 Jun 21

Nine senior Coalition MPs won’t tell us if they’ve been vaccinated

Plus, Jamila Rizvi from The Weekend Briefing; and regional areas in Victoria have been hit hard by the lockdown.

Nine senior Coalition MPs won’t tell us if they’ve been vaccinated

Plus, Jamila Rizvi from The Weekend Briefing; and regional areas in Victoria have been hit hard by the lockdown.

41:30

3 Jun 21

Vic outbreak: “It’s inflammatory language designed to scare people”

Plus, food delivery platform Deliveroo will convene a “rider safety advisory” panel; the Prime Minister is off to the G7 next week, and the federal government is working on a package to support Victorian businesses hit by the lockdown.

Vic outbreak: “It’s inflammatory language designed to scare people”

Plus, food delivery platform Deliveroo will convene a “rider safety advisory” panel; the Prime Minister is off to the G7 next week, and the federal government is working on a package to support Victorian businesses hit by the lockdown.

46:54

3 Jun 21

HIGHLIGHTS, June 3: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Melbourne’s lockdown has been extended; Deliveroo will convene a “rider safety advisory” panel; the Prime Minister is off to the G7, and the federal government is working on a package to support Victorian businesses hit by the lockdown.

HIGHLIGHTS, June 3: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Melbourne’s lockdown has been extended; Deliveroo will convene a “rider safety advisory” panel; the Prime Minister is off to the G7, and the federal government is working on a package to support Victorian businesses hit by the lockdown.

01:34:49

3 Jun 21

Pricey: “I’m sick and tired of politicians throwing rocks at each other”

Plus, the Victorian government has announced it will fast-track COVID vaccinations for aged care workers; and Townsville is celebrating with the city to host State of Origin 1 next Wednesday night.

Pricey: “I’m sick and tired of politicians throwing rocks at each other”

Plus, the Victorian government has announced it will fast-track COVID vaccinations for aged care workers; and Townsville is celebrating with the city to host State of Origin 1 next Wednesday night.

44:09

2 Jun 21

The company rewarding staff for getting the jab

Up to 250 international students will return to NSW on chartered flights and undergo quarantine at special student facilities, and Annastacia Palaszczuk is set to become the country’s second-highest-paid Premier.

The company rewarding staff for getting the jab

Up to 250 international students will return to NSW on chartered flights and undergo quarantine at special student facilities, and Annastacia Palaszczuk is set to become the country’s second-highest-paid Premier.

45:27

2 Jun 21

HIGHLIGHTS, June 2: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Melbourne’s lockdown is set to be extended; Townsville is celebrating with the city to host State of Origin 1 next Wednesday night; and the company rewarding staff for getting the jab.

HIGHLIGHTS, June 2: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Melbourne’s lockdown is set to be extended; Townsville is celebrating with the city to host State of Origin 1 next Wednesday night; and the company rewarding staff for getting the jab.

01:42:23

2 Jun 21

HIGHLIGHTS, June 1: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The crisis in aged care; plus the need to speed up the coronavirus vaccine rollout; and Mick Warner, author of The Boys Club on scandals and secrets in the AFL.

HIGHLIGHTS, June 1: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The crisis in aged care; plus the need to speed up the coronavirus vaccine rollout; and Mick Warner, author of The Boys Club on scandals and secrets in the AFL.

01:17:43

1 Jun 21

Aged care crisis: Elderly at risk

Steve Price speaks with Annie Butler from the Nursing and Midwifery Federation; Professor Nick Talley, Editor-in-chief of the Medical Journal of Australia and David Southwick, the Opposition’s spokesman for Police in Victoria

Aged care crisis: Elderly at risk

Steve Price speaks with Annie Butler from the Nursing and Midwifery Federation; Professor Nick Talley, Editor-in-chief of the Medical Journal of Australia and David Southwick, the Opposition’s spokesman for Police in Victoria

45:41

1 Jun 21

Scandals and secrets in the AFL

Steve Price speaks with Mick Warner, author of The Boys Club; plus Annika Smethurst from The Age.

Scandals and secrets in the AFL

Steve Price speaks with Mick Warner, author of The Boys Club; plus Annika Smethurst from The Age.

45:07

1 Jun 21

Pricey: “Victorians are angry and frustrated”

Steve Price speaks with Professor Peter Collignon, plus an update from Small Business Australia and the Tourism Industry Council on Victoria’s lockdown

Pricey: “Victorians are angry and frustrated”

Steve Price speaks with Professor Peter Collignon, plus an update from Small Business Australia and the Tourism Industry Council on Victoria’s lockdown

47:39

31 May 21

A plea from Tarsh: “Get vaccinated now”

Plus, Annika Smethurst in lockdown and the new plan to deal with New South Wales mouse plague

A plea from Tarsh: “Get vaccinated now”

Plus, Annika Smethurst in lockdown and the new plan to deal with New South Wales mouse plague

41:59

31 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 31: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Steve Price discusses Victoria’s lockdown, plus Tarsh’s ad encouraging all Australians to get vaccinated, and Paul Maric from Car Expert

HIGHLIGHTS, May 31: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Steve Price discusses Victoria’s lockdown, plus Tarsh’s ad encouraging all Australians to get vaccinated, and Paul Maric from Car Expert

01:29:24

31 May 21

Victoria in lockdown: Four new cases diagnosed

Steve Price speaks with Peter Van Onselen; plus Victoria will become the first state to tax electric vehicle owners, and there’s a push for Townsville to host Origin 1.

Victoria in lockdown: Four new cases diagnosed

Steve Price speaks with Peter Van Onselen; plus Victoria will become the first state to tax electric vehicle owners, and there’s a push for Townsville to host Origin 1.

43:17

28 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 28: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Victoria is in lockdown for 7 days. Four new cases have been diagnosed today. Steve Price speaks with former Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett and Bill Lang from Small Business Australia on the financial impact of the lockdown for businesses.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 28: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Victoria is in lockdown for 7 days. Four new cases have been diagnosed today. Steve Price speaks with former Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett and Bill Lang from Small Business Australia on the financial impact of the lockdown for businesses.

01:38:14

28 May 21

Jeff Kennett: “We need to stop the blame game”

Steve Price speaks with Jeff Kennett about Victoria’s fourth lockdown; plus Bill Lang on the financial impact to businesses, and Professor Catherine Bennett tells us more about the Indian variant of the virus.

Jeff Kennett: “We need to stop the blame game”

Steve Price speaks with Jeff Kennett about Victoria’s fourth lockdown; plus Bill Lang on the financial impact to businesses, and Professor Catherine Bennett tells us more about the Indian variant of the virus.

43:02

28 May 21

Devastating blow for Melbourne: 11 new cases

Steve Price speaks with Professor Peter Collignon and Sky News Bureau Chief Matt Cunningham

Devastating blow for Melbourne: 11 new cases

Steve Price speaks with Professor Peter Collignon and Sky News Bureau Chief Matt Cunningham

41:42

27 May 21

Melbourne bracing for lockdown

Steve Price speaks with Shadow Health Minister Mark Butler and Sky News Business Editor Ross Greenwood.

Melbourne bracing for lockdown

Steve Price speaks with Shadow Health Minister Mark Butler and Sky News Business Editor Ross Greenwood.

47:05

27 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 27: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Steve and Tarsh discuss Melbourne’s coronavirus outbreak

HIGHLIGHTS, May 27: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Steve and Tarsh discuss Melbourne’s coronavirus outbreak

01:21:11

27 May 21

Council backs controversial injecting room

Plus, the latest on Melbourne’s coronavirus outbreak and NSW Labor leader Jodi McKay is facing a leadership challenge.

Council backs controversial injecting room

Plus, the latest on Melbourne’s coronavirus outbreak and NSW Labor leader Jodi McKay is facing a leadership challenge.

42:44

26 May 21

Melburnians can’t handle another lockdown

The latest from the Australian Medical Association; plus the debate over when to reopen the international border.

Melburnians can’t handle another lockdown

The latest from the Australian Medical Association; plus the debate over when to reopen the international border.

45:06

26 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 26: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Melbourne’s coronavirus outbreak; the debate over when to reopen the international border; A third repatriation flight from India has landed...this time in Sydney; and Melbourne City Council has backed a safe injecting room, despite police concerns it will lead to a “surge in crime”.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 26: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Melbourne’s coronavirus outbreak; the debate over when to reopen the international border; A third repatriation flight from India has landed...this time in Sydney; and Melbourne City Council has backed a safe injecting room, despite police concerns it will lead to a “surge in crime”.

01:15:16

26 May 21

Melbourne on high alert after latest outbreak

Plus, staff shortages could hit the ski season; and it’s ‘Australian Made week’.

Melbourne on high alert after latest outbreak

Plus, staff shortages could hit the ski season; and it’s ‘Australian Made week’.

44:18

25 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 25: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Plus, the NSW Premier backtracks after rejecting a state funeral for Bob Fulton; Melbourne on high alert after another coronavirus outbreak; and should vaccinated Australians be allowed to travel overseas?

HIGHLIGHTS, May 25: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Plus, the NSW Premier backtracks after rejecting a state funeral for Bob Fulton; Melbourne on high alert after another coronavirus outbreak; and should vaccinated Australians be allowed to travel overseas?

01:21:41

25 May 21

NSW Premier backtracks after rejecting state funeral for Bob Fulton

Plus, a warning to Albo from a powerful union; and Melbourne is on alert after another outbreak of coronavirus.

NSW Premier backtracks after rejecting state funeral for Bob Fulton

Plus, a warning to Albo from a powerful union; and Melbourne is on alert after another outbreak of coronavirus.

45:42

25 May 21

‘Free’ travel for anyone with a vaccine passport

Plus, the disastrous result for Labor in the Upper Hunter byelection; the staff shortage in hospitality and travel; and an update on the vaccine rollout.

‘Free’ travel for anyone with a vaccine passport

Plus, the disastrous result for Labor in the Upper Hunter byelection; the staff shortage in hospitality and travel; and an update on the vaccine rollout.

45:59

24 May 21

Victory: Mickelson becomes the oldest golfer to win a Major

Plus, Richard Branson has a dig at the federal government; and the reality of life behind bars for Jarryd Hayne

Victory: Mickelson becomes the oldest golfer to win a Major

Plus, Richard Branson has a dig at the federal government; and the reality of life behind bars for Jarryd Hayne

45:10

24 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 24: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The PM’s plan for a vaccine passport; fines for anyone who refuses to wear a mask; the disastrous result for Labor over the weekend; and Phil Mickelson becomes the oldest golfer to win a Major.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 24: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The PM’s plan for a vaccine passport; fines for anyone who refuses to wear a mask; the disastrous result for Labor over the weekend; and Phil Mickelson becomes the oldest golfer to win a Major.

01:28:29

24 May 21

Prince William’s explosive statement

Plus, Victoria’s new tax on big businesses; an update on the vaccine rollout; and voters head to the polls in the Hunter tomorrow

Prince William’s explosive statement

Plus, Victoria’s new tax on big businesses; an update on the vaccine rollout; and voters head to the polls in the Hunter tomorrow

45:59

21 May 21

Soldiers banned from saying ‘husband’ and ‘wife’

Plus, federal government’s plan for an ad campaign, encouraging Australians to get vaccinated; There is hope that one of South Australia's most enduring mysteries could be solved with the unearthing of the so-called Somerton Man; and desperate citrus growers are pleading with mums and dads to save their town of Gayndah, by putting an extra couple of mandarins in the school lunchbox.

Soldiers banned from saying ‘husband’ and ‘wife’

Plus, federal government’s plan for an ad campaign, encouraging Australians to get vaccinated; There is hope that one of South Australia's most enduring mysteries could be solved with the unearthing of the so-called Somerton Man; and desperate citrus growers are pleading with mums and dads to save their town of Gayndah, by putting an extra couple of mandarins in the school lunchbox.

46:36

21 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 21: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Prince William’s explosive statement; the Somerton Man Mystery; soldiers have been told to stop using the terms ‘husband’ and ‘wife; and the best food writer in the business, John Lethlean from The Australian.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 21: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Prince William’s explosive statement; the Somerton Man Mystery; soldiers have been told to stop using the terms ‘husband’ and ‘wife; and the best food writer in the business, John Lethlean from The Australian.

01:26:00

21 May 21

Pricey: “The Prime Minister needs to show some leadership”

Plus, a discussion on the best way to encourage people to get vaccinated; and former SAS commander Mark Wales shares his story after going on four tours of Afghanistan

Pricey: “The Prime Minister needs to show some leadership”

Plus, a discussion on the best way to encourage people to get vaccinated; and former SAS commander Mark Wales shares his story after going on four tours of Afghanistan

41:29

20 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 20: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Pricey on why anyone who refuses to get vaccinated is un-Australian; the remarkable story of one Australian who fought coronavirus; and a push to legalise cannabis for personal use.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 20: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Pricey on why anyone who refuses to get vaccinated is un-Australian; the remarkable story of one Australian who fought coronavirus; and a push to legalise cannabis for personal use.

01:21:28

20 May 21

Pricey: “Anyone who refuses to get vaccinated is un-Australian”

Plus, the remarkable story of one Australian who fought coronavirus; Ross Greenwood explains Bitcoin; and the push for a second injecting room in Melbourne.

Pricey: “Anyone who refuses to get vaccinated is un-Australian”

Plus, the remarkable story of one Australian who fought coronavirus; Ross Greenwood explains Bitcoin; and the push for a second injecting room in Melbourne.

48:37

20 May 21

One-third of Australians refuse to get the jab

Plus, the cost of a holiday is going through the roof; When should the government reopen the international border?; Deliveroo has lost a major court case; and the plan for a second injecting room in Melbourne. 

One-third of Australians refuse to get the jab

Plus, the cost of a holiday is going through the roof; When should the government reopen the international border?; Deliveroo has lost a major court case; and the plan for a second injecting room in Melbourne. 

45:24

19 May 21

PETA’s ridiculous call to save mice

Plus, should we cull great white sharks?; Tom Tilley from The Briefing; and a second Australian man has died from coronavirus while in India.

PETA’s ridiculous call to save mice

Plus, should we cull great white sharks?; Tom Tilley from The Briefing; and a second Australian man has died from coronavirus while in India.

43:17

19 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 19: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

PETA’s ridiculous call to save mice; reopening the international border; should we cull great white sharks?; and the PM says he has no plans to send voters to the polls this year.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 19: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

PETA’s ridiculous call to save mice; reopening the international border; should we cull great white sharks?; and the PM says he has no plans to send voters to the polls this year.

01:32:38

19 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 18: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The call to open the border, even if “some people die”; Senator Pauline Hanson says she won’t be getting the coronavirus vaccine; the big rise to council rates; a revolt over Melbourne’s second injecting room; and could the Australian Open be moved overseas?

HIGHLIGHTS, May 18: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The call to open the border, even if “some people die”; Senator Pauline Hanson says she won’t be getting the coronavirus vaccine; the big rise to council rates; a revolt over Melbourne’s second injecting room; and could the Australian Open be moved overseas?

01:18:08

18 May 21

Senator says she won’t be getting the jab

Steve Price speaks with Pauline Hanson; plus the call to open the border, even if “some people die”; an update on the mouse plague; and thousands of homeowners in a sinking suburb are seeking compensation.

Senator says she won’t be getting the jab

Steve Price speaks with Pauline Hanson; plus the call to open the border, even if “some people die”; an update on the mouse plague; and thousands of homeowners in a sinking suburb are seeking compensation.

45:15

18 May 21

Business owners revolt over injecting room

Plus, the debate over borders; a timely warning for everyone who says they won’t be vaccinated; and could the Australian Open be moved overseas?

Business owners revolt over injecting room

Plus, the debate over borders; a timely warning for everyone who says they won’t be vaccinated; and could the Australian Open be moved overseas?

46:43

18 May 21

Athletes get preferential treatment…again

Our cricketers have touched down in Sydney; 80 Australians have returned from India; People over the age of 50 can now get the coronavirus vaccine at GP clinics; and a look at the rollout in aged care facilities.

Athletes get preferential treatment…again

Our cricketers have touched down in Sydney; 80 Australians have returned from India; People over the age of 50 can now get the coronavirus vaccine at GP clinics; and a look at the rollout in aged care facilities.

45:41

17 May 21

Health Ministers crying out for funding: ‘People are dying’

State health ministers are calling on Canberra to increase funding for public hospitals; a majority of voters say we should keep the international border closed; Flinders Street has emerged as the likely ­location for Melbourne’s controversial second drug injecting room.

Health Ministers crying out for funding: ‘People are dying’

State health ministers are calling on Canberra to increase funding for public hospitals; a majority of voters say we should keep the international border closed; Flinders Street has emerged as the likely ­location for Melbourne’s controversial second drug injecting room.

44:06

17 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 17: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Our athletes get preferential treatment...again; the serving Australian army officer who wasn’t allowed to speak at his 9 year old son’s school because he hasn’t had a working with children check; an overwhelming majority of voters say we should keep the international border closed; and Australia’s oldest man.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 17: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Our athletes get preferential treatment...again; the serving Australian army officer who wasn’t allowed to speak at his 9 year old son’s school because he hasn’t had a working with children check; an overwhelming majority of voters say we should keep the international border closed; and Australia’s oldest man.

01:24:44

17 May 21

“Labor’s new slogan will drive you crazy”

Plus, 25,000 jobs are on hold in the cruise industry; everything you need to know about Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine; and Craig McLachlan’s first tell-all interview will air this Sunday on Channel Seven.

“Labor’s new slogan will drive you crazy”

Plus, 25,000 jobs are on hold in the cruise industry; everything you need to know about Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine; and Craig McLachlan’s first tell-all interview will air this Sunday on Channel Seven.

47:43

14 May 21

Wacky vaccine conspiracy theorists

Plus, Peter Van Onselen on Labor’s budget reply; Victoria’s QR code system is a complete disaster; and America vows to defend Australia in the face of bullying from China

Wacky vaccine conspiracy theorists

Plus, Peter Van Onselen on Labor’s budget reply; Victoria’s QR code system is a complete disaster; and America vows to defend Australia in the face of bullying from China

43:10

14 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 14: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The annoying new political slogan; Labor’s plan for social housing; the Israeli military has begun a ground offensive into Gaza; America vows to defend Australia in the face of bullying from China; Pricey’s new shirt; and a vet is treating depressed dogs with Prozac because of a lack of off leash parks in his area.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 14: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The annoying new political slogan; Labor’s plan for social housing; the Israeli military has begun a ground offensive into Gaza; America vows to defend Australia in the face of bullying from China; Pricey’s new shirt; and a vet is treating depressed dogs with Prozac because of a lack of off leash parks in his area.

01:18:35

14 May 21

Do we need incentives to encourage people to ‘get the jab’?

Plus, plenty of aged care staff are STILL waiting to receive their first vaccine; a move to ban volleyball on Bondi Beach; the conflict between Israel and Palestine; and what’s in the budget for our veterans?

Do we need incentives to encourage people to ‘get the jab’?

Plus, plenty of aged care staff are STILL waiting to receive their first vaccine; a move to ban volleyball on Bondi Beach; the conflict between Israel and Palestine; and what’s in the budget for our veterans?

46:19

13 May 21

14,000 Aussies have left the country more than once during the pandemic

Plus, the issue of homelessness; the mouse plague devastating crops in New South Wales; and when was the last time you bought a can of Coca Cola?

14,000 Aussies have left the country more than once during the pandemic

Plus, the issue of homelessness; the mouse plague devastating crops in New South Wales; and when was the last time you bought a can of Coca Cola?

43:16

13 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 13: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

How do we encourage people to get the jab?; 14,000 Australians left the country more than once during the pandemic; the move to ban volleyball on Bondi Beach; and Ellen DeGeneres is axing her talk show after 18 years, amid claims the workplace is ‘toxic’.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 13: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

How do we encourage people to get the jab?; 14,000 Australians left the country more than once during the pandemic; the move to ban volleyball on Bondi Beach; and Ellen DeGeneres is axing her talk show after 18 years, amid claims the workplace is ‘toxic’.

01:01:55

13 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 12: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Everything you need to know about this year’s Budget; plus border closures, more funding for aged care and veterans mental health; and another coronavirus scare in Melbourne

HIGHLIGHTS, May 12: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Everything you need to know about this year’s Budget; plus border closures, more funding for aged care and veterans mental health; and another coronavirus scare in Melbourne

01:27:49

12 May 21

“Fortress Australia”: borders shut until the end of next year

A budget wrap with the best in the business; borders closed until at least the middle of next year; and Labor gives the budget a 4/10

“Fortress Australia”: borders shut until the end of next year

A budget wrap with the best in the business; borders closed until at least the middle of next year; and Labor gives the budget a 4/10

43:47

12 May 21

Time to rein in ‘cowboys’ taking advantage of the elderly

$18bn in funding for aged care, but is it enough?; Finance Minister Simon Birmingham; and is the Queen missing a tooth? 

Time to rein in ‘cowboys’ taking advantage of the elderly

$18bn in funding for aged care, but is it enough?; Finance Minister Simon Birmingham; and is the Queen missing a tooth? 

45:18

12 May 21

Budget Day: Aged care crying out for funding

A call for more nurses; Britain assembles its largest naval flotilla in years; and the Coalition will boost infrastructure spending by $10bn in tonight’s budget, but how much of that is new money?

Budget Day: Aged care crying out for funding

A call for more nurses; Britain assembles its largest naval flotilla in years; and the Coalition will boost infrastructure spending by $10bn in tonight’s budget, but how much of that is new money?

44:56

11 May 21

Pricey: “I’m amazed the Olympics is going ahead”

Plus, a preview of tonight’s budget. Billions will be spent on aged care, infrastructure and the NDIS; and Juliet Rieden, host of a new podcast on LiSTNR, The Royal Record.

Pricey: “I’m amazed the Olympics is going ahead”

Plus, a preview of tonight’s budget. Billions will be spent on aged care, infrastructure and the NDIS; and Juliet Rieden, host of a new podcast on LiSTNR, The Royal Record.

43:36

11 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 11: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Ten weeks until the Olympics, but will they go ahead?; Billions will be spent on aged care in tonight’s budget, but is it enough?; and our obsession with the Royals.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 11: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Ten weeks until the Olympics, but will they go ahead?; Billions will be spent on aged care in tonight’s budget, but is it enough?; and our obsession with the Royals.

59:40

11 May 21

Pricey: When are we going to invest in High Speed Rail?

Plus the debate over borders; and the budget will include a 50 page statement focused on women, the first of its kind in two decades.

Pricey: When are we going to invest in High Speed Rail?

Plus the debate over borders; and the budget will include a 50 page statement focused on women, the first of its kind in two decades.

40:17

10 May 21

“We’re off to the polls...and that’s disappointing”

Plus, borders, the shortage of workers in cafes and restaurants; and single parents to benefit from one budget measure, but does it make financial sense?

“We’re off to the polls...and that’s disappointing”

Plus, borders, the shortage of workers in cafes and restaurants; and single parents to benefit from one budget measure, but does it make financial sense?

44:30

10 May 21

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

We’re off to the polls; the debate over borders; Why aren’t we investing in High-Speed Rail; Bert Newton’s major surgery; and Christine Holgate has a new job.

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

We’re off to the polls; the debate over borders; Why aren’t we investing in High-Speed Rail; Bert Newton’s major surgery; and Christine Holgate has a new job.

01:10:10

10 May 21

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

Why were some reporters so aggro with Gladys Berejiklian?; The international border could be closed until the end of next year; alarming statistics about the number of drivers high on ice; and what Mums really want this Mother’s Day.

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

Why were some reporters so aggro with Gladys Berejiklian?; The international border could be closed until the end of next year; alarming statistics about the number of drivers high on ice; and what Mums really want this Mother’s Day.

01:18:05

7 May 21

Why were some reporters so aggro with Gladys Berejiklian?

Plus, restrictions reintroduced for Sydney; the international border could be closed until the end of next year; and a preview of the budget.

Why were some reporters so aggro with Gladys Berejiklian?

Plus, restrictions reintroduced for Sydney; the international border could be closed until the end of next year; and a preview of the budget.

45:22

7 May 21

India travel ban to be lifted

Plus, National Cabinet will meet today; aged care crying out for more money; the plan to quarantine travellers returning from India.

India travel ban to be lifted

Plus, National Cabinet will meet today; aged care crying out for more money; the plan to quarantine travellers returning from India.

44:08

7 May 21

Coronavirus scare. Should masks be mandatory again?

Andrew Clennell from Sky News ahead of next Tuesday’s budget; Oatlands Golf Club has rejected a memorial for four children killed after they were mowed down by an alcohol and drug affected driver; The exodus of people leaving the city for the bush. 

Coronavirus scare. Should masks be mandatory again?

Andrew Clennell from Sky News ahead of next Tuesday’s budget; Oatlands Golf Club has rejected a memorial for four children killed after they were mowed down by an alcohol and drug affected driver; The exodus of people leaving the city for the bush. 

44:16

6 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 6: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The latest on Sydney’s coronavirus scare….Is it time to start wearing masks again? Will the vaccine stop you from spreading the virus? Oatlands Golf Club has rejected a memorial for four children killed after they were mowed down by an alcohol and drug affected driver; and a new text message scam that’s doing the rounds.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 6: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

The latest on Sydney’s coronavirus scare….Is it time to start wearing masks again? Will the vaccine stop you from spreading the virus? Oatlands Golf Club has rejected a memorial for four children killed after they were mowed down by an alcohol and drug affected driver; and a new text message scam that’s doing the rounds.

01:02:43

6 May 21

India travel ban headed to court

A 73-year-old Australian man stranded in India has filed a legal challenge to the Morrison government’s travel ban; more information on Sydney’s latest coronavirus scare; and we check in again with Nitin Shukla, President, Council of Indian Australians, who lost his Dad and brother to the virus in India.

India travel ban headed to court

A 73-year-old Australian man stranded in India has filed a legal challenge to the Morrison government’s travel ban; more information on Sydney’s latest coronavirus scare; and we check in again with Nitin Shukla, President, Council of Indian Australians, who lost his Dad and brother to the virus in India.

43:49

6 May 21

The dire shortage of paramedics around the country

The shortage of paramedics around the country. Tom Tilley’s interview with Melinda Gates. The airfare wars. One way tickets between Sydney and Melbourne for 30 bucks.

The dire shortage of paramedics around the country

The shortage of paramedics around the country. Tom Tilley’s interview with Melinda Gates. The airfare wars. One way tickets between Sydney and Melbourne for 30 bucks.

42:54

5 May 21

Pricey: Why don’t we get a ‘proof of vaccine’ card?

Steve received the coronavirus vaccine yesterday, but he can’t prove he’s been immunised. Plus, an update on the vaccination rollout. Gideon Haigh from The Australian, after the IPL was suspended indefinitely. And Senator Rex Patrick, who is calling on the government to rescue Australians trapped in India.

Pricey: Why don’t we get a ‘proof of vaccine’ card?

Steve received the coronavirus vaccine yesterday, but he can’t prove he’s been immunised. Plus, an update on the vaccination rollout. Gideon Haigh from The Australian, after the IPL was suspended indefinitely. And Senator Rex Patrick, who is calling on the government to rescue Australians trapped in India.

45:55

5 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May 5: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Why don’t we get a ‘proof of vaccine’ card? Plus, some councils are rolling out yet another bin. More bad news for Australians looking to get out of India. And the United Nations has joined a growing list of organisations questioning our India travel ban.

HIGHLIGHTS, May 5: Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Why don’t we get a ‘proof of vaccine’ card? Plus, some councils are rolling out yet another bin. More bad news for Australians looking to get out of India. And the United Nations has joined a growing list of organisations questioning our India travel ban.

50:46

5 May 21

HIGHLIGHTS, May: 4 Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Former Australia cricketer Michael Slater says the Prime Minister has “blood on his hands”, after abandoning Australians trapped in India. Pricey will be getting the coronavirus vaccine today. There’s a record number of jobs available in Victoria so why don’t people want to work?  Aggressive and violent parents will be banned from schools. And some old photos of Pricey with an Afro have resurfaced online.

HIGHLIGHTS, May: 4 Pricey and Tarsh chat about the issues of the day

Former Australia cricketer Michael Slater says the Prime Minister has “blood on his hands”, after abandoning Australians trapped in India. Pricey will be getting the coronavirus vaccine today. There’s a record number of jobs available in Victoria so why don’t people want to work?  Aggressive and violent parents will be banned from schools. And some old photos of Pricey with an Afro have resurfaced online.

01:07:04

4 May 21

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