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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 ea

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HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday January 25 2022

Retail industry firmly backs booster mandate; First day of free RATs for pensioners and concession card holders bungled by lack of tests in many pharmacies; Australian Open Covid testing policy ‘flawed’; Finance Update with Scott Phillips; ADF says it's prepared to help out more in Vic, rather than just drive ambulances; Dan Andrews offers to send ambassador to WA; Fears 5G could ground flights; Australia Day debate; Aboriginal flag bought for 20M; Pauline Hanson’s push for Royal Commission into Covid management slammed; Australian Open update; Technology breakthrough for diabetes sufferers.

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday January 25 2022

Retail industry firmly backs booster mandate; First day of free RATs for pensioners and concession card holders bungled by lack of tests in many pharmacies; Australian Open Covid testing policy ‘flawed’; Finance Update with Scott Phillips; ADF says it's prepared to help out more in Vic, rather than just drive ambulances; Dan Andrews offers to send ambassador to WA; Fears 5G could ground flights; Australia Day debate; Aboriginal flag bought for 20M; Pauline Hanson’s push for Royal Commission into Covid management slammed; Australian Open update; Technology breakthrough for diabetes sufferers.

01:09:39

25 Jan 22

'Change the Date' debate won't change history

Steve Price speaks to Senator Andrew Bragg about the 'Change the Date' debate.

'Change the Date' debate won't change history

Steve Price speaks to Senator Andrew Bragg about the 'Change the Date' debate.

07:15

24 Jan 22

Why Pauline Hanson is calling for Royal Commission into the management of the Pandemic

Steve Price speaks to One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson about her calls for a Royal Commission into the management of the pandemic.

Why Pauline Hanson is calling for Royal Commission into the management of the Pandemic

Steve Price speaks to One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson about her calls for a Royal Commission into the management of the pandemic.

11:20

24 Jan 22

5G could ground planes in the US. Could it happen here?

Steve Price speaks to aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas after US airlines warn 5G could ground planes.

5G could ground planes in the US. Could it happen here?

Steve Price speaks to aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas after US airlines warn 5G could ground planes.

06:21

24 Jan 22

Why Tennis Australia's Covid testing policy is flawed

Steve Price speaks to leading sports physician, Dr Peter Larkins, about Tennis Australia's Covid testing policy at the Australian Open.

Why Tennis Australia's Covid testing policy is flawed

Steve Price speaks to leading sports physician, Dr Peter Larkins, about Tennis Australia's Covid testing policy at the Australian Open.

06:13

24 Jan 22

Morning Agenda

Australians urged to leave Ukraine with fears of an imminent Russian invasion. As Covid cases stabilise in Australia, the WHO warns Omicron won't be the last variant. Aboriginal flag transferred into the public hands in a multi-million dollar deal. And, another Simpson's prediction about the future has come true!

Morning Agenda

Australians urged to leave Ukraine with fears of an imminent Russian invasion. As Covid cases stabilise in Australia, the WHO warns Omicron won't be the last variant. Aboriginal flag transferred into the public hands in a multi-million dollar deal. And, another Simpson's prediction about the future has come true!

12:54

24 Jan 22

HIGHLIGHTS - Monday January 24 2022

Masks and density limit restrictions to continue in NSW; NSW and Victorian return to school plans revealed; Is WA border closure constitutional? Finance with Scott Phillips; Novak to sue The Australian Government $6 million in lost earnings; Victorian Doctors want the government’s surgery ban rolled back as hospitalisations stabilise; Australian Open update; Could the Federal Government challenge the WA state border closure? Used car prices hit an all-time high.

HIGHLIGHTS - Monday January 24 2022

Masks and density limit restrictions to continue in NSW; NSW and Victorian return to school plans revealed; Is WA border closure constitutional? Finance with Scott Phillips; Novak to sue The Australian Government $6 million in lost earnings; Victorian Doctors want the government’s surgery ban rolled back as hospitalisations stabilise; Australian Open update; Could the Federal Government challenge the WA state border closure? Used car prices hit an all-time high.

01:19:23

24 Jan 22

WA Border closure ‘cruel’ with McGowan playing ‘nasty political games’

Steve Price speaks to Assistant Attorney-General Queensland LNP Senator Amanda Stoker about the possibility of the Federal Government challenging the WA border closure.

WA Border closure ‘cruel’ with McGowan playing ‘nasty political games’

Steve Price speaks to Assistant Attorney-General Queensland LNP Senator Amanda Stoker about the possibility of the Federal Government challenging the WA border closure.

09:24

23 Jan 22

Calls for elective surgeries to resume in Victoria

Steve Price speak to Victorian Shadow Health Minister Georgie Crozier as Victoria's health system continues to struggle despite 'Code Brown' declaration.

Calls for elective surgeries to resume in Victoria

Steve Price speak to Victorian Shadow Health Minister Georgie Crozier as Victoria's health system continues to struggle despite 'Code Brown' declaration.

09:23

23 Jan 22

Is the WA border closure constitutional?

Steve Price speaks to Former Howard Government Minister and Former Speak of the House Bronwyn Bishop about the WA border closure.

Is the WA border closure constitutional?

Steve Price speaks to Former Howard Government Minister and Former Speak of the House Bronwyn Bishop about the WA border closure.

08:06

23 Jan 22

Serious concerns over Return to School

Steve Price speaks to NSW Teachers Federation's Angelo Gavrielatos as schools prepare for Term 1 as the Omicron outbreak continues.

Serious concerns over Return to School

Steve Price speaks to NSW Teachers Federation's Angelo Gavrielatos as schools prepare for Term 1 as the Omicron outbreak continues.

06:51

23 Jan 22

Morning Agenda

Mixed reviews as schools and parents rush to work out the details of the back to classroom Covid plans in NSW &  VIC. Millions of Australians set to get access to free Rapid Antigen tests - are you eligible? The WA Health Minister’s concerning warning about Covid. And, records broken after parts of SA see heaviest summer rainfall in decades.

Morning Agenda

Mixed reviews as schools and parents rush to work out the details of the back to classroom Covid plans in NSW &  VIC. Millions of Australians set to get access to free Rapid Antigen tests - are you eligible? The WA Health Minister’s concerning warning about Covid. And, records broken after parts of SA see heaviest summer rainfall in decades.

11:19

23 Jan 22

HIGHLIGHTS - Friday January 21 2022

Return to school plan; Push to open international borders to tourists; New Covid vaccine Novavax approved for Australian use; Omicron wave expected with return to school; Finance with Scott Phillips; WA border to remain shut; No cuts to isolation period; National Cabinet fail to reach consensus; Rapid Antigen Test supply bungle; Kyrgios out of the Australian Open; Supply chain crisis; 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Rabaul; Mobilization of troops for Pacific WA; Clive Palmer to run for the Senate; Hospitality industry struggling in ‘shadow lockdown’.

HIGHLIGHTS - Friday January 21 2022

Return to school plan; Push to open international borders to tourists; New Covid vaccine Novavax approved for Australian use; Omicron wave expected with return to school; Finance with Scott Phillips; WA border to remain shut; No cuts to isolation period; National Cabinet fail to reach consensus; Rapid Antigen Test supply bungle; Kyrgios out of the Australian Open; Supply chain crisis; 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Rabaul; Mobilization of troops for Pacific WA; Clive Palmer to run for the Senate; Hospitality industry struggling in ‘shadow lockdown’.

01:46:29

21 Jan 22

Clive Palmer returns to politics

Steve Price speaks to One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson after Clive Palmer announced his plan to run for the Senate at this years Federal Election.

Clive Palmer returns to politics

Steve Price speaks to One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson after Clive Palmer announced his plan to run for the Senate at this years Federal Election.

08:50

20 Jan 22

The real issue behind Rapid Tests supply chain crisis

Steve Price speaks to Gardian Technologies CEO Graham Gordon about the issues impacting Rapid Tests supply chains.

The real issue behind Rapid Tests supply chain crisis

Steve Price speaks to Gardian Technologies CEO Graham Gordon about the issues impacting Rapid Tests supply chains.

05:34

20 Jan 22

WA border to remain shut

Steve Price speaks to Shadow Health Minister Mark Butler after WA Premier Mark McGowan delays the border reopening.

WA border to remain shut

Steve Price speaks to Shadow Health Minister Mark Butler after WA Premier Mark McGowan delays the border reopening.

10:15

20 Jan 22

The reason behind WA’s extended border closure

Steve Price speaks to Triple M Perth Breakfast host and Lord Mayor of Perth Basil Zempilas after WA Premier Mark McGowan extended the state’s border closures.

The reason behind WA’s extended border closure

Steve Price speaks to Triple M Perth Breakfast host and Lord Mayor of Perth Basil Zempilas after WA Premier Mark McGowan extended the state’s border closures.

06:09

20 Jan 22

Expert say return to schools might not cause second Omicron wave

Steve Price speaks to University of Melbourne epidemiologist Professor Tony Blakely who says the return to schools is more likely to cause a plateau of new covid cases, compared to another spike.

Expert say return to schools might not cause second Omicron wave

Steve Price speaks to University of Melbourne epidemiologist Professor Tony Blakely who says the return to schools is more likely to cause a plateau of new covid cases, compared to another spike.

09:40

20 Jan 22

Morning Agenda

Bombshell backflip from the WA Premier - why he's keeping borders closed. Back to school confusion as state and territory leaders fail to reach an agreement with the PM. A new boost in our fight against Covid with the TGA approving another vaccine. And, Nick Kyrgios out of the Australian Open but not without plenty of controversy.

Morning Agenda

Bombshell backflip from the WA Premier - why he's keeping borders closed. Back to school confusion as state and territory leaders fail to reach an agreement with the PM. A new boost in our fight against Covid with the TGA approving another vaccine. And, Nick Kyrgios out of the Australian Open but not without plenty of controversy.

13:47

20 Jan 22

HIGHLIGHTS - Thursday January 20 2022

Half of all aged care homes will soon be hit with the virus; Pressure on Boris Johnson to resign as PM over illegal parties during lockdown; Caring for covid at home, what to eat, drink, take if you have covid; Finance with Scott Phillips; Managing long covid; One year since Biden’s inauguration as Trump holds rally in Arizona; Rapid tests for workers; Is it time to bring tourists back? Scott Morrison announces visa application refunds for backpackers; Australian Open Update; IVF treatments to resume in Victoria, as government listens to desperate pleas; The Smith Family’s back to School Appeal.

HIGHLIGHTS - Thursday January 20 2022

Half of all aged care homes will soon be hit with the virus; Pressure on Boris Johnson to resign as PM over illegal parties during lockdown; Caring for covid at home, what to eat, drink, take if you have covid; Finance with Scott Phillips; Managing long covid; One year since Biden’s inauguration as Trump holds rally in Arizona; Rapid tests for workers; Is it time to bring tourists back? Scott Morrison announces visa application refunds for backpackers; Australian Open Update; IVF treatments to resume in Victoria, as government listens to desperate pleas; The Smith Family’s back to School Appeal.

01:11:51

20 Jan 22

IVF to resume in Victoria after ‘heartbreaking’ pause

Steve Price speaks to Dr Fleur Cattrall from Melbourne IVF as the Victorian Government reverses its decision to ban IVF procedures.

IVF to resume in Victoria after ‘heartbreaking’ pause

Steve Price speaks to Dr Fleur Cattrall from Melbourne IVF as the Victorian Government reverses its decision to ban IVF procedures.

08:25

19 Jan 22

Visa rebate to help ease worker shortage but borders need to open for tourists: Industry

Steve Price speaks to Australia Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO Andrew McKellar about his calls for Australia’s international borders to reopen to tourists.

Visa rebate to help ease worker shortage but borders need to open for tourists: Industry

Steve Price speaks to Australia Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO Andrew McKellar about his calls for Australia’s international borders to reopen to tourists.

07:09

19 Jan 22

One year since Biden's inauguration as Trump holds rally

Steve Price speaks to Executive Director of the Centre for Independent Studies and US Expert Tom Switzer as Joe Biden marks a year in the Oval Office.

One year since Biden's inauguration as Trump holds rally

Steve Price speaks to Executive Director of the Centre for Independent Studies and US Expert Tom Switzer as Joe Biden marks a year in the Oval Office.

07:24

19 Jan 22

How to care for yourself with Covid at home

Steve Price speaks to RACGP President Karen Price about how individuals diagnosed with Covid can care for themselves at home.

How to care for yourself with Covid at home

Steve Price speaks to RACGP President Karen Price about how individuals diagnosed with Covid can care for themselves at home.

09:23

19 Jan 22

Morning Agenda

"Loving and kind" friends pay an emotional tribute to 9 year old Charlise Mutten. Covid boosters fast track with some experts warning the worst is yet to come. Queensland to reopen its international borders despite a jump in Covid cases and deaths. And, a Covid scare rocks the Australian Open.

Morning Agenda

"Loving and kind" friends pay an emotional tribute to 9 year old Charlise Mutten. Covid boosters fast track with some experts warning the worst is yet to come. Queensland to reopen its international borders despite a jump in Covid cases and deaths. And, a Covid scare rocks the Australian Open.

12:34

19 Jan 22

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday January 18 2022

Confusion over students return to school; Supermarket shelves empty as staff and truck drivers forced into isolation; Australian Republic Movement plans to vote for Head of State; Finance with Scott Phillips; IVF cancelled in Victoria; Should Boris Johnson resign over illegal parties during lockdown? Djokovic and vaccine hesitancy; Restaurants unable to remain open; Rural Doctor shortage; Australian Open Update; Has Australia Day has become an annual festival of bitterness? Victorian Hospitals call Code Brown; Travel with Sonia Pilovska.

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday January 18 2022

Confusion over students return to school; Supermarket shelves empty as staff and truck drivers forced into isolation; Australian Republic Movement plans to vote for Head of State; Finance with Scott Phillips; IVF cancelled in Victoria; Should Boris Johnson resign over illegal parties during lockdown? Djokovic and vaccine hesitancy; Restaurants unable to remain open; Rural Doctor shortage; Australian Open Update; Has Australia Day has become an annual festival of bitterness? Victorian Hospitals call Code Brown; Travel with Sonia Pilovska.

01:27:44

19 Jan 22

‘Elite minority’ turning Australia Day into a day of bitterness

Steve Price speaks to Dr Bella d’Abrera, the Institute of Public Affairs Foundations of Western Civilisation program director, about Australia Day.

‘Elite minority’ turning Australia Day into a day of bitterness

Steve Price speaks to Dr Bella d’Abrera, the Institute of Public Affairs Foundations of Western Civilisation program director, about Australia Day.

07:48

18 Jan 22

Rural GPs shortage 'crisis'

Steve Price speaks to Rural Doctors Association of Australia CEO Peta Rutherford about a shortage of GPs and Doctors in regional areas.

Rural GPs shortage 'crisis'

Steve Price speaks to Rural Doctors Association of Australia CEO Peta Rutherford about a shortage of GPs and Doctors in regional areas.

05:03

18 Jan 22

Should schools go back on time?

Steve Price and Natarsha Belling debate whether schools should return on time as states battle major Covid waves.

Should schools go back on time?

Steve Price and Natarsha Belling debate whether schools should return on time as states battle major Covid waves.

04:03

18 Jan 22

Business closes its doors as 'shadow lockdown' stings

Steve Price speaks to Shanaka Fernando, the founder of Lentil As Anything restaurant, as he is days away from closing the doors of his restaurant, which has helped feed thousands through two years of rolling lockdowns.

Business closes its doors as 'shadow lockdown' stings

Steve Price speaks to Shanaka Fernando, the founder of Lentil As Anything restaurant, as he is days away from closing the doors of his restaurant, which has helped feed thousands through two years of rolling lockdowns.

08:07

18 Jan 22

Should we vote for our Head of State?

Steve Price speaks to IPA's Evan Mulholland after the Australian Republic Movement announced its Australian Choice Movement.

Should we vote for our Head of State?

Steve Price speaks to IPA's Evan Mulholland after the Australian Republic Movement announced its Australian Choice Movement.

08:59

18 Jan 22

Morning Agenda

BREAKING NEWS: Man charged with murder over the disappearance of 9-year-old girl in Blue Mountains, west of Sydney. Australia records its deadliest day of the Covid pandemic and why the AMA says the "let it rip" strategy has been a disaster. The Victorian Government declares code Brown for the state's hospital system as Covid cases sky-rocket. And, he's back... Nick Kyrgios's sensation performance at the Australian Open.

Morning Agenda

BREAKING NEWS: Man charged with murder over the disappearance of 9-year-old girl in Blue Mountains, west of Sydney. Australia records its deadliest day of the Covid pandemic and why the AMA says the "let it rip" strategy has been a disaster. The Victorian Government declares code Brown for the state's hospital system as Covid cases sky-rocket. And, he's back... Nick Kyrgios's sensation performance at the Australian Open.

13:19

18 Jan 22

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday January 18 2022

Chemists struggle to stay open amid test shortages; GPS struggling to treat Covid patients; Update on our Booster rollout; Parents unsure about sending their kids back to school; Finance with Scott Phillips; Has Victoria reached its covid peak? Calls to make RATs free; What are Anthony Albanese's chances at the next Election? Australian Open; QLD Covid outbreak; Latest in Technology.

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday January 18 2022

Chemists struggle to stay open amid test shortages; GPS struggling to treat Covid patients; Update on our Booster rollout; Parents unsure about sending their kids back to school; Finance with Scott Phillips; Has Victoria reached its covid peak? Calls to make RATs free; What are Anthony Albanese's chances at the next Election? Australian Open; QLD Covid outbreak; Latest in Technology.

01:18:54

18 Jan 22

Morrison wounded ahead of election this year

Steve Price speaks to outgoing Labor MP for the Hunter, Joel Fitzgibbon, as Scott Morrison continues to suffer at the polls over the Omicron outbreak and shortage of RATs.

Morrison wounded ahead of election this year

Steve Price speaks to outgoing Labor MP for the Hunter, Joel Fitzgibbon, as Scott Morrison continues to suffer at the polls over the Omicron outbreak and shortage of RATs.

07:37

17 Jan 22

Labors push to make RATs free

Steve Price speaks to NSW Shadow Health Minister Ryan Park about why he believes rapid antigen tests should be free for the public.

Labors push to make RATs free

Steve Price speaks to NSW Shadow Health Minister Ryan Park about why he believes rapid antigen tests should be free for the public.

08:14

17 Jan 22

Parents anxious as school prepares to return

Steve Price speaks to The Parenthood’s executive director Georgie Dent as a national survey reveals two-thirds of parents believe it is unsafe for children to return to classrooms in a few weeks’ time.

Parents anxious as school prepares to return

Steve Price speaks to The Parenthood’s executive director Georgie Dent as a national survey reveals two-thirds of parents believe it is unsafe for children to return to classrooms in a few weeks’ time.

10:53

17 Jan 22

Pharmacies struggle to keep doors open amid Covid outbreak

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Branch President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, Anthony Tassone, as pharmacies battle to stay open as a shortage of rapid antigen tests continues.

Pharmacies struggle to keep doors open amid Covid outbreak

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Branch President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, Anthony Tassone, as pharmacies battle to stay open as a shortage of rapid antigen tests continues.

07:20

17 Jan 22

Morning Agenda

A British woman killed in the Tongan explosion and tsunami as more aftershocks hit the region. Covid cases start to stabilise, but the top NSW health boss issues a new warning. Medical Association warns 60,000 daily Covid cases in WA if restrictions aren't introduced. And, the secret to a long marriage, as one couple celebrates 81 years of love!

Morning Agenda

A British woman killed in the Tongan explosion and tsunami as more aftershocks hit the region. Covid cases start to stabilise, but the top NSW health boss issues a new warning. Medical Association warns 60,000 daily Covid cases in WA if restrictions aren't introduced. And, the secret to a long marriage, as one couple celebrates 81 years of love!

13:35

17 Jan 22

HIGHLIGHTS - Monday January 17 2022

Hospitals overrun with Covid; Novak Djokovic deported from Australia; Victorian Health system in crisis; When will Australia reach Covid peak? Is cryptocurrency worth the gamble? Hospitality industry crumbling over Covid staff shortages; The Ashes; Melbourne CBD left deserted; Calls for greater business support; Pressure mounts against Prime Minister over RAT supply; Worker shortages; DNA technology solving cold cases; Porsche Taycan outsells the 911.

HIGHLIGHTS - Monday January 17 2022

Hospitals overrun with Covid; Novak Djokovic deported from Australia; Victorian Health system in crisis; When will Australia reach Covid peak? Is cryptocurrency worth the gamble? Hospitality industry crumbling over Covid staff shortages; The Ashes; Melbourne CBD left deserted; Calls for greater business support; Pressure mounts against Prime Minister over RAT supply; Worker shortages; DNA technology solving cold cases; Porsche Taycan outsells the 911.

01:26:31

17 Jan 22

Calls for support for small businesses as Omicron continues to wreak havoc

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Deputy Liberal Leader and Shadow Minister for Small Business David Southwick about calls for support payments for businesses hit hard by Covid.

Calls for support for small businesses as Omicron continues to wreak havoc

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Deputy Liberal Leader and Shadow Minister for Small Business David Southwick about calls for support payments for businesses hit hard by Covid.

07:19

16 Jan 22

Restaurants on the brink as covid wipes out workforce

Steve Price speaks to Restaurant and Catering Association CEO Wes Lambert as the hospitality sector struggles through this latest outbreak.

Restaurants on the brink as covid wipes out workforce

Steve Price speaks to Restaurant and Catering Association CEO Wes Lambert as the hospitality sector struggles through this latest outbreak.

06:05

16 Jan 22

Has Australia reached its Omicron peak?

Steve Price speaks to Chair of epidemiology at Deakin University, Catherine Bennet, as Australia continues to battle the Omicron wave.

Has Australia reached its Omicron peak?

Steve Price speaks to Chair of epidemiology at Deakin University, Catherine Bennet, as Australia continues to battle the Omicron wave.

07:13

16 Jan 22

Hospitals overrun as Omicron cases continue to surge

Steve Price speaks to Health Services Union Gerard Hayes as hospitals and aged care facilities start to crumble under pressure as Omicron cases surge.

Hospitals overrun as Omicron cases continue to surge

Steve Price speaks to Health Services Union Gerard Hayes as hospitals and aged care facilities start to crumble under pressure as Omicron cases surge.

07:23

16 Jan 22

Morning Agenda

Novak Djokovic deported overnight - experts weigh-in on what it means for the future. Could teenagers get a booster before school returns? Grave fears held for 9 year-old-girl who disappeared from Blue Mountains west of Sydney five days ago. And, mid-air miracle! Fellow passengers help deliver baby girl 35,000 feet in the air.

Morning Agenda

Novak Djokovic deported overnight - experts weigh-in on what it means for the future. Could teenagers get a booster before school returns? Grave fears held for 9 year-old-girl who disappeared from Blue Mountains west of Sydney five days ago. And, mid-air miracle! Fellow passengers help deliver baby girl 35,000 feet in the air.

11:59

16 Jan 22

HIGHLIGHTS - Friday December 17 2021

Five children dead in jumping castle tragedy; UK free-trade agreement signed; Omicron cases surge in the UK; Looking back on the year that was with Epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws; Calls to leave the aggro at the door when it comes to Christmas shopping; Ashes update; Hunter Valley Gardens Christmas Lights; Can Morrison turn around polls over Christmas? Mid Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook; Support for people struggling during Xmas; Santa on My Health record; Omicron and supply of vaccines in regional areas; Private health funds hit back at Hunt over rate rises; Restaurant reviews with John Lethlean.

HIGHLIGHTS - Friday December 17 2021

Five children dead in jumping castle tragedy; UK free-trade agreement signed; Omicron cases surge in the UK; Looking back on the year that was with Epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws; Calls to leave the aggro at the door when it comes to Christmas shopping; Ashes update; Hunter Valley Gardens Christmas Lights; Can Morrison turn around polls over Christmas? Mid Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook; Support for people struggling during Xmas; Santa on My Health record; Omicron and supply of vaccines in regional areas; Private health funds hit back at Hunt over rate rises; Restaurant reviews with John Lethlean.

01:50:11

17 Dec 21

Why private health insurers think premiums should rise

Steve Price speaks to Private Healthcare Australia CEO Rachel David as Private Health Insurers try to justify another premium hike.

Why private health insurers think premiums should rise

Steve Price speaks to Private Healthcare Australia CEO Rachel David as Private Health Insurers try to justify another premium hike.

05:41

16 Dec 21

Regional areas assured of supply as booster, children vaccination demand surges

Steve Price speaks to Regional Health Minister Dr David Gillespie as Australia battles its latest Covid wave.

Regional areas assured of supply as booster, children vaccination demand surges

Steve Price speaks to Regional Health Minister Dr David Gillespie as Australia battles its latest Covid wave.

07:17

16 Dec 21

Australian economy on track

Steve Price speaks to Treasurer Josh Frydenberg about MYEFO.

Australian economy on track

Steve Price speaks to Treasurer Josh Frydenberg about MYEFO.

11:18

16 Dec 21

Cost of living hampering Budget repair

Steve Price speaks to Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers as MYEFO reveals Australia's budget deficit has blown out due to lockdowns, NDIS.

Cost of living hampering Budget repair

Steve Price speaks to Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers as MYEFO reveals Australia's budget deficit has blown out due to lockdowns, NDIS.

07:27

16 Dec 21

Experts warning for Christmas

Steve Price and Natarsha Belling speak to UNSW Epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws as cases worldwide surge due to the Omicron variant.

Experts warning for Christmas

Steve Price and Natarsha Belling speak to UNSW Epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws as cases worldwide surge due to the Omicron variant.

08:58

16 Dec 21

Morning Agenda

Five young children killed in jumping castle accident. Covid cases sky-rocket across Australia with a new Omicron super-spreading event identified in Sydney. Will Christmas be cancelled? Grim new predictions from the US and UK. And, is the new pensioner loan scheme a good idea? We get the details from financial expert Effie Zahos.

Morning Agenda

Five young children killed in jumping castle accident. Covid cases sky-rocket across Australia with a new Omicron super-spreading event identified in Sydney. Will Christmas be cancelled? Grim new predictions from the US and UK. And, is the new pensioner loan scheme a good idea? We get the details from financial expert Effie Zahos.

12:36

16 Dec 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Thursday December 16 2021

Perfect storm brewing for booster delays; Changes to pension loan scheme; Hundreds in isolation for Christmas over strict close contact requirements; Preview of the second Ashes Test; Victorian Government’s secret moves; Cooking the perfect Christmas feast; New restrictions for NSW; Industry calling for certainty over Covid cases; Worker shortage; Promise for one million new jobs; Wage growth increase; Omicron continues to spread; Finance with Scott Phillips.

HIGHLIGHTS - Thursday December 16 2021

Perfect storm brewing for booster delays; Changes to pension loan scheme; Hundreds in isolation for Christmas over strict close contact requirements; Preview of the second Ashes Test; Victorian Government’s secret moves; Cooking the perfect Christmas feast; New restrictions for NSW; Industry calling for certainty over Covid cases; Worker shortage; Promise for one million new jobs; Wage growth increase; Omicron continues to spread; Finance with Scott Phillips.

01:28:39

16 Dec 21

Warning as NSW eases restrictions despite surge in cases

Steve Price speaks to the Chair of Epidemiology at Deakin University, Catherine Bennett, as restrictions in NSW ease further despite a surge in Covid cases.

Warning as NSW eases restrictions despite surge in cases

Steve Price speaks to the Chair of Epidemiology at Deakin University, Catherine Bennett, as restrictions in NSW ease further despite a surge in Covid cases.

08:12

15 Dec 21

Budget recovery hit hard by lockdown, NDIS but jobs set to surge

Steve Price speaks to Finance Minister Simon Birmingham ahead of MYEFO.

Budget recovery hit hard by lockdown, NDIS but jobs set to surge

Steve Price speaks to Finance Minister Simon Birmingham ahead of MYEFO.

09:54

15 Dec 21

It’s time for the Second Test

Steve Price speaks to Triple M Cricket commentator Gus Worland as Australia prepare to take on England in the Second Test.

It’s time for the Second Test

Steve Price speaks to Triple M Cricket commentator Gus Worland as Australia prepare to take on England in the Second Test.

07:06

15 Dec 21

‘Perfect storm’ heading for Booster program

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Branch President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, Anthony Tassone, as pharmacies warn the booster and children Covid vaccine rollout will create a perfect storm.

‘Perfect storm’ heading for Booster program

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Branch President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, Anthony Tassone, as pharmacies warn the booster and children Covid vaccine rollout will create a perfect storm.

06:06

15 Dec 21

Morning Agenda

“25,000 cases a day” is the sobering warning from the NSW Health Minister as the state eases Covid restrictions. Freedoms for the unvaccinated but Victoria keeps masks in indoor settings. Good news for hundreds of passengers that were set to spend Christmas in isolation, after the Queensland Government back-flips. And, the latest before the second Ashes Test gets underway this afternoon.

Morning Agenda

“25,000 cases a day” is the sobering warning from the NSW Health Minister as the state eases Covid restrictions. Freedoms for the unvaccinated but Victoria keeps masks in indoor settings. Good news for hundreds of passengers that were set to spend Christmas in isolation, after the Queensland Government back-flips. And, the latest before the second Ashes Test gets underway this afternoon.

11:47

15 Dec 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Wednesday December 15 2021

Masks rules ease for retail workers and shoppers in NSW; Tasmanian border reopens; Restrictions ease in NSW; Preview of Second Ashes test; Freedom day for the unvaccinated; Calls for certainty over Covid cases; Worker shortages; International students return to Australia as border rules eased; Ad Blue + Timber Shortage; Travel with Sonia Pilovska.

HIGHLIGHTS - Wednesday December 15 2021

Masks rules ease for retail workers and shoppers in NSW; Tasmanian border reopens; Restrictions ease in NSW; Preview of Second Ashes test; Freedom day for the unvaccinated; Calls for certainty over Covid cases; Worker shortages; International students return to Australia as border rules eased; Ad Blue + Timber Shortage; Travel with Sonia Pilovska.

01:31:53

15 Dec 21

International Students are finally back!

Steve Price speaks to Universities Australia CEO Catriona Jackson as international students return to Australia.

International Students are finally back!

Steve Price speaks to Universities Australia CEO Catriona Jackson as international students return to Australia.

04:29

15 Dec 21

Australia vaccine manufacturing a year late

Steve Price speaks to  Shadow Minister for Industry Ed Husic after the Government commit to building onshore vaccine manufacturing.

Australia vaccine manufacturing a year late

Steve Price speaks to  Shadow Minister for Industry Ed Husic after the Government commit to building onshore vaccine manufacturing.

08:51

14 Dec 21

“We need to be cautious”: Calls for health advice to be released as cases surge

Steve Price speaks to NSW Shadow Health Minister Ryan Park as covid cases in NSW surge as restrictions ease.

“We need to be cautious”: Calls for health advice to be released as cases surge

Steve Price speaks to NSW Shadow Health Minister Ryan Park as covid cases in NSW surge as restrictions ease.

06:43

14 Dec 21

NSW eases restrictions despite expert warnings

Steve Price speaks to UNSW epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws as NSW eases a number of restrictions, including masks being no longer mandatory in most settings.

NSW eases restrictions despite expert warnings

Steve Price speaks to UNSW epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws as NSW eases a number of restrictions, including masks being no longer mandatory in most settings.

11:38

14 Dec 21

Morning Agenda

NSW warned to brace for the 3rd Covid wave as cases sky-rocket and the unvaccinated gain new freedoms. The Queensland Government orders hundreds of travellers into quarantine for Christmas after a positive Covid case. Tasmania reopens its borders with a strong warning for those flouting the rules. And, the latest on David Warner injury woes, will he be fit to play?

Morning Agenda

NSW warned to brace for the 3rd Covid wave as cases sky-rocket and the unvaccinated gain new freedoms. The Queensland Government orders hundreds of travellers into quarantine for Christmas after a positive Covid case. Tasmania reopens its borders with a strong warning for those flouting the rules. And, the latest on David Warner injury woes, will he be fit to play?

12:40

14 Dec 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday December 14 2021

$10b tourism boost for QLD; GP clinics unsure about treating covid patients; Federal Government to underwrite loans for small businesses; Omicron covid cases spike in the UK; Labor Party officials hit with fraud accusations; Push to vaccinate developing countries or risk more variants emerging; Australia's critical timber shortage; Pressure mounts over AdBlue diesel exhaust fluid shortage; South Korean President visit; Christmas grocery supplies under threat as ‘pallet-gate’ intensifies; Flying cars are here.

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday December 14 2021

$10b tourism boost for QLD; GP clinics unsure about treating covid patients; Federal Government to underwrite loans for small businesses; Omicron covid cases spike in the UK; Labor Party officials hit with fraud accusations; Push to vaccinate developing countries or risk more variants emerging; Australia's critical timber shortage; Pressure mounts over AdBlue diesel exhaust fluid shortage; South Korean President visit; Christmas grocery supplies under threat as ‘pallet-gate’ intensifies; Flying cars are here.

01:21:44

14 Dec 21

Timber pallet shortage hits the supermarkets

Steve Price speaks to the Australian Food and Grocery Council CEO Tanya Barden as a shortage of timber pallets leads to empty supermarket shelves.

Timber pallet shortage hits the supermarkets

Steve Price speaks to the Australian Food and Grocery Council CEO Tanya Barden as a shortage of timber pallets leads to empty supermarket shelves.

05:42

13 Dec 21

Why the South Korean President visit to Australia is so critical

Steve Price speaks to ANU Professor of International Security & Intelligence Studies John Blaxland as the South Korean President visits Australia.

Why the South Korean President visit to Australia is so critical

Steve Price speaks to ANU Professor of International Security & Intelligence Studies John Blaxland as the South Korean President visits Australia.

07:12

13 Dec 21

Govt needs to step in to fix timber crisis

Steve Price speaks to Outgoing Labor MP for the Hunter Joel Fitzgibbon as Unions and the National Party blame the Victorian Government restrictions on native timber logging resulting in a lack of timber pallets leading to beer and food shortages.

Govt needs to step in to fix timber crisis

Steve Price speaks to Outgoing Labor MP for the Hunter Joel Fitzgibbon as Unions and the National Party blame the Victorian Government restrictions on native timber logging resulting in a lack of timber pallets leading to beer and food shortages.

09:42

13 Dec 21

UK records first Omicron death

Steve Price speaks to 7News Europe Bureau Chief Hugh Whitfeld as the UK records its first Omicron death with a grim warning.

UK records first Omicron death

Steve Price speaks to 7News Europe Bureau Chief Hugh Whitfeld as the UK records its first Omicron death with a grim warning.

10:14

13 Dec 21

Morning Agenda

WA’s border set to reopen - here’s what you need to know! Sobering warning from the UK with Covid cases expected to soar to 200,000 a day. Thousands of families forced into isolation just days before Christmas after being exposed to Covid. And, find out who has been named Times Magazine’s Person of the Year.

Morning Agenda

WA’s border set to reopen - here’s what you need to know! Sobering warning from the UK with Covid cases expected to soar to 200,000 a day. Thousands of families forced into isolation just days before Christmas after being exposed to Covid. And, find out who has been named Times Magazine’s Person of the Year.

13:09

13 Dec 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Monday December 13 2021

QLD border reopens; Workforce shortage to be at peak over next two weeks; Omicron + booster shots moved to 5 months; US Tornado kills more than 70; Business Council director wins Kew preselection over shadow treasurer; Victoria’s mask requirements for shoppers to be lifted; Victorian Government refusing to release health reasoning for playground ban; Triple zero call taker crisis; New motorsport world Champ; Teachers lose out to clerks’ zany bills; How a shortage of timber pallets could affect supermarket supplies and cause a beer shortage this Christmas; NZ imposes smoking ban on younger generation; Former Supercar Driver Jack Perkins on Max Verstappen’s controversial F1 World Championship; Clubs seeking powers to ban criminals who abuse their gambling machines; New episode of Lost at Sea podcast out today; Mercedes-Benz to offer level 3 autonomous driving.

HIGHLIGHTS - Monday December 13 2021

QLD border reopens; Workforce shortage to be at peak over next two weeks; Omicron + booster shots moved to 5 months; US Tornado kills more than 70; Business Council director wins Kew preselection over shadow treasurer; Victoria’s mask requirements for shoppers to be lifted; Victorian Government refusing to release health reasoning for playground ban; Triple zero call taker crisis; New motorsport world Champ; Teachers lose out to clerks’ zany bills; How a shortage of timber pallets could affect supermarket supplies and cause a beer shortage this Christmas; NZ imposes smoking ban on younger generation; Former Supercar Driver Jack Perkins on Max Verstappen’s controversial F1 World Championship; Clubs seeking powers to ban criminals who abuse their gambling machines; New episode of Lost at Sea podcast out today; Mercedes-Benz to offer level 3 autonomous driving.

01:37:48

13 Dec 21

Why NZ has imposed a smoking ban

Steve Price speaks to Newstalk ZB Breakfast Host Mike Hosking as New Zealand imposes a smoking ban.

Why NZ has imposed a smoking ban

Steve Price speaks to Newstalk ZB Breakfast Host Mike Hosking as New Zealand imposes a smoking ban.

08:55

12 Dec 21

Expect a beer shortage this Christmas

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Nationals Leader Peter Walsh as a shortage of timber pallets has caused major alcohol suppliers to cut distribution, with warnings there’ll be a beer shortage this Christmas.

Expect a beer shortage this Christmas

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Nationals Leader Peter Walsh as a shortage of timber pallets has caused major alcohol suppliers to cut distribution, with warnings there’ll be a beer shortage this Christmas.

05:12

12 Dec 21

Fortress Queensland is open!

Steve Price speaks to Courier Mail columnist and Sky news Queensland Editor Peter Gleeson as the Queensland border reopens.

Fortress Queensland is open!

Steve Price speaks to Courier Mail columnist and Sky news Queensland Editor Peter Gleeson as the Queensland border reopens.

07:08

12 Dec 21

Victoria's Triple-Zero disaster

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Shadow Health Minister Georgie Crozier as the Victorian Government is being urged to immediately double the number of Triple Zero call-takers amid reports of deadly delays in answering pleas for help.

Victoria's Triple-Zero disaster

Steve Price speaks to Victorian Shadow Health Minister Georgie Crozier as the Victorian Government is being urged to immediately double the number of Triple Zero call-takers amid reports of deadly delays in answering pleas for help.

08:23

12 Dec 21

Worker shortage to be at peak over the next two weeks

Steve Price speaks to Restaurant and Catering association CEO Wes Lambert as the hospitality industry battles a workforce shortage heading into the peak Christmas period.

Worker shortage to be at peak over the next two weeks

Steve Price speaks to Restaurant and Catering association CEO Wes Lambert as the hospitality industry battles a workforce shortage heading into the peak Christmas period.

07:19

12 Dec 21

Morning Agenda

Queensland reopens its borders with a boost for business and hundreds of emotional reunions. Covid booster vaccines brought forward as Omicron continue to spread across the country. The death toll passes 80, and hundreds are still missing after deadly tornadoes ripped through the US. And, a controversial end to the F1 season after a sensational race overnight.

Morning Agenda

Queensland reopens its borders with a boost for business and hundreds of emotional reunions. Covid booster vaccines brought forward as Omicron continue to spread across the country. The death toll passes 80, and hundreds are still missing after deadly tornadoes ripped through the US. And, a controversial end to the F1 season after a sensational race overnight.

12:05

12 Dec 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Friday November 10 2021

Ashes Cricket update; ATAGI give Pfizer the final tick of approval for 5 to 11-year-olds; Teen mental health crisis surge revealed; The UK reimposes covid restrictions; Loneliness this festive season; Salvation Army’s Christmas Appeal; National Cabinet to talk borders; Gladys Berejiklian to leave the life political; Royal Commission advocate Julie-Ann Finney to make a play at politics; AdBlue shortage; Covid is hiding our cancer rates; 20 hottest restaurants across the county.

HIGHLIGHTS - Friday November 10 2021

Ashes Cricket update; ATAGI give Pfizer the final tick of approval for 5 to 11-year-olds; Teen mental health crisis surge revealed; The UK reimposes covid restrictions; Loneliness this festive season; Salvation Army’s Christmas Appeal; National Cabinet to talk borders; Gladys Berejiklian to leave the life political; Royal Commission advocate Julie-Ann Finney to make a play at politics; AdBlue shortage; Covid is hiding our cancer rates; 20 hottest restaurants across the county.

01:26:10

10 Dec 21

Minister responds to concerns over AdBlue shortage

Steve Price speaks to Industry Minister Angus Taylor as fears grow of a shortage of AdBlue  - a key ingredient of Diesel Exhaust Fluid - with warnings trucks could be forced off the road as soon as February.

Minister responds to concerns over AdBlue shortage

Steve Price speaks to Industry Minister Angus Taylor as fears grow of a shortage of AdBlue  - a key ingredient of Diesel Exhaust Fluid - with warnings trucks could be forced off the road as soon as February.

06:33

9 Dec 21

Royal Commission advocate to run for Senate

Steve Price speaks to Veteran advocate Julie-Ann Finney as she announces her candidacy as an independent Senator for SA.

Royal Commission advocate to run for Senate

Steve Price speaks to Veteran advocate Julie-Ann Finney as she announces her candidacy as an independent Senator for SA.

06:23

9 Dec 21

Don't forget about the lonely this Christmas

Steve Price speaks to Major Brendan Nottle from The Salvation Army about its Christmas Appeal and a reminder to look out for the lonely this Christmas.

Don't forget about the lonely this Christmas

Steve Price speaks to Major Brendan Nottle from The Salvation Army about its Christmas Appeal and a reminder to look out for the lonely this Christmas.

06:33

9 Dec 21

UK re-imposes restrictions, is it a sign of what's headed Australia’s way next winter

Steve Price speaks to 7News Europe Bureau Chief Hugh Whitfeld as the UK reimposes a number of restrictions to slow the spread of Covid this winter.

UK re-imposes restrictions, is it a sign of what's headed Australia’s way next winter

Steve Price speaks to 7News Europe Bureau Chief Hugh Whitfeld as the UK reimposes a number of restrictions to slow the spread of Covid this winter.

11:05

9 Dec 21

Teen mental health in the spotlight

Steve Price speaks to psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg about the impact of lockdown on the mental health of teenagers.

Teen mental health in the spotlight

Steve Price speaks to psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg about the impact of lockdown on the mental health of teenagers.

06:51

9 Dec 21

Morning Agenda

The final tick of approval given for the Covid vaccine for children aged 5-11. Tens of thousands of people set to spend Christmas in isolation as Covid cases soar in NSW. Bushfires continue to rage in WA, as wild weather again smashes Australia’s east coast. And, how good is Travis Head - Australia’s latest Ashes hero!

Morning Agenda

The final tick of approval given for the Covid vaccine for children aged 5-11. Tens of thousands of people set to spend Christmas in isolation as Covid cases soar in NSW. Bushfires continue to rage in WA, as wild weather again smashes Australia’s east coast. And, how good is Travis Head - Australia’s latest Ashes hero!

12:40

9 Dec 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Thursday December 9 2021

Pensioners can address worker shortage; Ashes coverage; Supply chain issues leading into Christmas; The best ice cream in Australia; Update on the Omicron variant; Barnaby Joyce tests positive to covid; Will Gladys Berijiklian run for federal politics? Australia to boycott Beijing Winter Olympics; Uni debts to be wiped fo rural doctors; Urea shortage puts supply chain under ‘extreme pressure’ with supplies at risk and prices to soar; Finance update with Scott Phillips.

HIGHLIGHTS - Thursday December 9 2021

Pensioners can address worker shortage; Ashes coverage; Supply chain issues leading into Christmas; The best ice cream in Australia; Update on the Omicron variant; Barnaby Joyce tests positive to covid; Will Gladys Berijiklian run for federal politics? Australia to boycott Beijing Winter Olympics; Uni debts to be wiped fo rural doctors; Urea shortage puts supply chain under ‘extreme pressure’ with supplies at risk and prices to soar; Finance update with Scott Phillips.

01:19:04

9 Dec 21

Why trucks could be forced off the road due to Urea shortage

Steve Price speaks to National Road Transport Association CEO Warren Clark as a Urea shortage threatens to put Australia's supply chain under ‘extreme pressure’.

Why trucks could be forced off the road due to Urea shortage

Steve Price speaks to National Road Transport Association CEO Warren Clark as a Urea shortage threatens to put Australia's supply chain under ‘extreme pressure’.

08:21

8 Dec 21

Rural doctors to have uni debt wiped

Steve Price speaks to the past president of the Rural Doctors Association President Dr John Hall as the Government pledges to wipe the uni debts of doctors who move to rural and regional areas.

Rural doctors to have uni debt wiped

Steve Price speaks to the past president of the Rural Doctors Association President Dr John Hall as the Government pledges to wipe the uni debts of doctors who move to rural and regional areas.

05:35

8 Dec 21

Will Gladys Berejiklian run for Warringah?

Steve Price speaks to Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell as rumours swirl about Former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian planning to run for the Federal seat of Warringah.

Will Gladys Berejiklian run for Warringah?

Steve Price speaks to Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell as rumours swirl about Former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian planning to run for the Federal seat of Warringah.

12:04

8 Dec 21

Good signs for Omicron

Steve Price speaks to the chair of epidemiology at Deakin University, Catherine Bennett, as we learn more about Omicron.

Good signs for Omicron

Steve Price speaks to the chair of epidemiology at Deakin University, Catherine Bennett, as we learn more about Omicron.

10:24

8 Dec 21

How pensioners could help solve Australia’s worker shortage

Steve Price speaks to Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO Andrew McKellar as he calls for the Government to allow pensioners greater participation in the workforce without impacting their pension to solve the Australian workforce shortage.

How pensioners could help solve Australia’s worker shortage

Steve Price speaks to Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO Andrew McKellar as he calls for the Government to allow pensioners greater participation in the workforce without impacting their pension to solve the Australian workforce shortage.

06:29

8 Dec 21

Morning Agenda

Breaking news: UK introduces tough new Covid restrictions as Omicron cases sky-rocket. Scientists around the world call for Booster vaccines to be brought forward after studies show two doses aren’t enough. A new Omicron sub-variant detected in Queensland, the first of its kind in the world. And, a major setback for workers fighting vaccine mandates.

Morning Agenda

Breaking news: UK introduces tough new Covid restrictions as Omicron cases sky-rocket. Scientists around the world call for Booster vaccines to be brought forward after studies show two doses aren’t enough. A new Omicron sub-variant detected in Queensland, the first of its kind in the world. And, a major setback for workers fighting vaccine mandates.

11:10

8 Dec 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Wednesday December 8 2021

Teacher and Transport worker strikes impact NSW for a second day; US announce diplomatic boycott of Winter Olympics; The Ashes begins; Hecs debt cleared for Rural Doctors; How to stop scrolling of social media; Tourism operators’ joy over border call; Skills shortage one factor behind lack of staff; Covid restriction reintroduced in Europe; Rise of meth homes and how to spot them; Calls for more support for our arts and entertainment industry; Travel with Sonica Pilovska.

HIGHLIGHTS - Wednesday December 8 2021

Teacher and Transport worker strikes impact NSW for a second day; US announce diplomatic boycott of Winter Olympics; The Ashes begins; Hecs debt cleared for Rural Doctors; How to stop scrolling of social media; Tourism operators’ joy over border call; Skills shortage one factor behind lack of staff; Covid restriction reintroduced in Europe; Rise of meth homes and how to spot them; Calls for more support for our arts and entertainment industry; Travel with Sonica Pilovska.

01:25:33

8 Dec 21

How you could be living in a 'meth house' and not know it

Steve Price speaks to Emma Kuhn one of the authors of a Flinders University study on meth homes as the rise in drug labs puts home buyers on edge.

How you could be living in a 'meth house' and not know it

Steve Price speaks to Emma Kuhn one of the authors of a Flinders University study on meth homes as the rise in drug labs puts home buyers on edge.

04:56

7 Dec 21

Lockdown fears for Europe as new Covid waves strengthens

Steve Prices speaks to 7News Europe Bureau Chief Hugh Whitfeld as Europe's fourth Covid wave causes more countries to enforce restrictions.

Lockdown fears for Europe as new Covid waves strengthens

Steve Prices speaks to 7News Europe Bureau Chief Hugh Whitfeld as Europe's fourth Covid wave causes more countries to enforce restrictions.

09:33

7 Dec 21

More support needed for struggling artists

Steve Price speaks to comedian Lindsay Webb as the Arts and Creative Industries call for more support from the Government after being left without work during the pandemic.

More support needed for struggling artists

Steve Price speaks to comedian Lindsay Webb as the Arts and Creative Industries call for more support from the Government after being left without work during the pandemic.

05:59

7 Dec 21

The Ashes get underway!

Steve Price speaks to Triple M Cricket Commentator and Gotcha4Life founder Gus Worland for a preview of the First Test.

The Ashes get underway!

Steve Price speaks to Triple M Cricket Commentator and Gotcha4Life founder Gus Worland for a preview of the First Test.

05:58

7 Dec 21

Morning Agenda

Australia dodges a major cyber-attack that could have cut off power to millions of residents. Sydney Harbour cruise is likely a Covid super-spreader event. Victorian ombudsman labels the state's tough border closures as “inhumane and unjust". And, how one woman made $10,000 by renting out her dress!

Morning Agenda

Australia dodges a major cyber-attack that could have cut off power to millions of residents. Sydney Harbour cruise is likely a Covid super-spreader event. Victorian ombudsman labels the state's tough border closures as “inhumane and unjust". And, how one woman made $10,000 by renting out her dress!

12:29

7 Dec 21

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday December 7 2021

Ashes begin tomorrow; Remade in Australia Campaign; 80 years since Pearl Harbour; Teacher strike today; Concerns over Buy Now, Pay Later schemes; Regional Education Commissioner announced; One Nation gains support from major parties; QLD border to reopen early on December 13; Government’s push for real names to be used on social media; Tesla’s electric quad bike sold out on seconds.

HIGHLIGHTS - Tuesday December 7 2021

Ashes begin tomorrow; Remade in Australia Campaign; 80 years since Pearl Harbour; Teacher strike today; Concerns over Buy Now, Pay Later schemes; Regional Education Commissioner announced; One Nation gains support from major parties; QLD border to reopen early on December 13; Government’s push for real names to be used on social media; Tesla’s electric quad bike sold out on seconds.

01:17:18

7 Dec 21

QLD to reopen despite Omicron fears

Steve Price speaks to Courier Mail columnist and Sky News Queensland Political Editor Peter Gleeson as Queensland reopens borders ahead of schedule.

QLD to reopen despite Omicron fears

Steve Price speaks to Courier Mail columnist and Sky News Queensland Political Editor Peter Gleeson as Queensland reopens borders ahead of schedule.

06:36

6 Dec 21

80th anniversary of Pearl Harbour

Steve Price speaks to war historian Mat McLachlan to mark 80 years since Pearl Harbour.

80th anniversary of Pearl Harbour

Steve Price speaks to war historian Mat McLachlan to mark 80 years since Pearl Harbour.

08:56

6 Dec 21

One Nation confident at chances next election

Steve Price speaks to One Nation leader Pauline Hanson about One Nation's chances ahead of the next election.

One Nation confident at chances next election

Steve Price speaks to One Nation leader Pauline Hanson about One Nation's chances ahead of the next election.

09:33

6 Dec 21

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