2UE Video Editorial: Russian President Vladimir Putin has threatened he could take Kiev in two weeks. Justin Smith reflects on the Cold War era with a warning the Russians are still dangerous with nuclear weapons.
2UE Video Editorial: Illegal brothels are springing up across suburban Sydney under the noses of local councils. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the health dangers, and how some of the workers could be being exploited.
Tax Axe Pain: Bill Shorten says the Abbott Government has broken a promise to 9 million Australians, as the mining tax is scrapped in Parliament. He's told Justin Smith workers are the biggest losers.
Ice Epidemic: Angela Catterns speaks with Matt Noffs of Ted Noffs Foundation. The drug Ice is dangerous, however, he says we shouldn't create a panic, instead be focussing on treatment rather than punishment.
Aussie Flick: Sarah Snook is receiving rave reviews for her performance with Ethan Hawke in the Aussie film, Predestination. Angela Catterns with the young actress and a time-travelling Temporal Agent on a final mission.
Council Warning: Can we reduce the number of councils in Sydney? What of the recent claims of a dysfunctional North Sydney Council? Stuart Bocking with Local Government Minister Paul Toole whether it's time for a cull.
ISIS Dangers: John & Garry reveal the dangers faced by our Australian defence personnel involved in air drops in Iraq. There were reports of air force crews coming under fire by ISIS, but the reports have been dismissed.
Credit Score: GetCreditScore.com.au launches today, allowing the public to check their credit scores for free. Stuart Bocking on the overwhelming response to the website with consumer advocate Christopher Zinn.
Surrogacy: The Australian biological father of surrogate twins born in Thailand is denying allegations he sexually abused his young children. Olivia Leeming reports on the case that puts surrogacy in the spotlight.
New Cook Book: Lyndey Milan has a stunning new cook book available with some fascinating recipes to try in your kitchen. Angela Catterns with the doyenne of dinner table and her new book, A Taste of Australia.
Connecting Communities: The Homebush Bay Bridge will connect, transport & sustain two of Sydney's newest, & growing communities. Stuart Bocking on the bridge creating a new landmark in Sydney's inner west.
Study Tour: Drummoyne MP, John Sidoti is critical of councils spending $10k+ on sending representatives to overseas technology tours. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on anger over one Sydney Council tour to New York.
Hacker Attack: How safe from hackers are the photos on your phone? In one of the biggest celebrity hacking scandals of recent times, John & Garry reveal how personal data has been stolen and released online.
2UE Video Editorial: A damning report finds 4 deaths could have been prevented if the insulation scheme was properly implemented. It will haunt Rudd Labor, but Justin Smith on how they can do something to help.
2UE Video Editorial: Will a huge hike in cigarette taxes deter people from smoking? John Stanley & Garry Linnell discuss whether a 5 year limit be put in place before banning all cigarette smoking, and will alcohol be next?
Ice Epidemic: Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione says the 'ice epidemic' on Sydney's streets has resulted in his officers facing an unprecedented level of violence, but importantly, it's tearing communities apart.
Middle East Crisis: Australian SAS troops will accompany air force personnel involved in weapons drops in Northern Iraq. John Stanley & Garry Linnell look at whether the PM has a plan to join the fight against ISIS.
Sprinter Time: Although Spring has finally arrived, does it mean the end to our wet and cold weather? Angela Catterns with Dr Tim Entwistle, who reveals that we actually have five seasons across our year, Sprinter.
Proposal: Entrepreneur Babak Moini proposed to his partner Rochelle at her 40th birthday on the weekend. Angela Catterns reveals he didn't surprise her with a ring, but a $1million donation to her favourite charity.
30/30 Hindsight: Australian Rock Legend Jimmy Barnes has a new album of music reflecting on his 30 years as a solo artist. Barnsey speaks with Stuart Bocking about his incredible music career, & CD 30/30 Hindsight.
Opal Switch: Sydney commuters can no longer buy some paper tickets for public transport as the Opal card becomes standard use. 14 tickets including weekly, monthly & yearly train passes will not be sold from today.
Price Disparity: How much you pay a tradie has everything to do with the suburb of Sydney you live in? Justin Smith on the findings that tradies are charging people in the west far more than Eastern & Northern suburbs.
Council Overload: Sydney has far too many councils, many of them inefficient. Stuart Bocking reveals we have over 40 across the suburbs and the growing calls for amalgamation to help save rate payers.
Smokes Hike: Will today's hike in cigarette taxes deter people smoking? The price of a packet of cigarettes will rise up to $2.80. Heather Allen from the Lung Foundation says price hikes alone won't make people quit.
Home Grown Terror: As the terror threat posed by ISIS continues to grow in Syria and Iraq, what of the threat home-grown terrorists pose to Australia. Neil Fergus, CEO of Intelligent Risks joins Tim Webster.
Standard School Age: Should we standardise the school starting age across the nation to make sure kids don’t start school to early? Norm Hart, President of Australian Primary Principals Assn joins Tim Webster to discuss it.
Future of Flying Kangaroo: Qantas posted a massive $2.8-billion net loss. Tim Webster now asks, what is the outlook for our national carrier? Aviation analyst Geoffrey Thomas joins him to discuss the way forward.
Escaping: Ever wanted to simply get out of the rat race? George & Paul on how to live an exciting, comfortable, cheaper life overseas on a temporary or long term basis with Sell up, pack up & take off author Stephen Wyatt.
Sydney History: It is 200 years since the death of one of this city, and this nation’s founding fathers. George & Paul on the commemorations of Captain Arthur Phillip. Do enough of us know how important he was?
2UE Video Editorial: War in the Middle East is looming, and we need to do something against the radical and barbaric atrocities being committed. Tim Webster on the old adage, evil flourishes when good men do nothing.
Healthy Living: A look at the flu that is striking across Sydney, a new laser device to measure blood sugar levels, antibiotics a factor in obesity, sleep problems in older people, is salt doing you harm, and your calls to Openline.