Suggestions the labor shortage has pushed up the price of getting a bricklayer to build local homes. $6,000 for a 4 day week is one claim but which bricking is getting this amount, really? John & Garry on the claims some are living in $7m houses?
Boxing Day was traditionally a day of cricket, mild stomach cramps, leftovers in the fridge and an afternoon nap. Justin Smith reveals how every shop will be allowed to trade if state Liberals are re-elected. What would you prefer, shopping or leftovers?
The search continues for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, with funding set to run out in May. John Stanley & Garry Linnell question just why it is that the funding for the search is only coming from Malaysia and Australia.
11:12 AM Campaigning in the state election will move up a gear today after a weekend launch where Labor claimed it is in the race to win. Opposition Leader Luke Foley tells Stuart Bocking why he believes, "It can be done... it will not be easy".
7:53 AM No surprise to anyone living in Sydney that our suburban roads are gridlocked most days. City Limits Report is calling for changes to Sydney’s planning laws. Co-Author Paul Donnegan with John & Garry on the solutions to our great divide.
8:36 AM Plastic bags have been a curse for some time and are banned in some states and territories. Federal Environment Minster Greg Hunt can’t force a ban across Sydney stores, but tells John & Garry he is stepping up pressure to get rid of them forever.
4:26 PM The lack of refreshing air conditioning in schools is adversely affecting education & leading to a disruptive classroom. Justin Smith & Professor Michael Nagel discuss the promise by Treasurer Andrew Constance to have all schools air conditioned.
12:32 PM Senior Liberal ministers claim the leadership issue is "dead" as a new opinion poll shows a solid improvement in the Abbott Government's fortunes. Angela Catterns with Peter Hartcher of SMH on why the polls show it's over for Tony Abbott.
10:19 AM The deadliest day of the week to be driving is on a Saturday, mid-afternoon. Stuart Bocking looks at figures from 15 years research of our driving habits and reveals why Saturday is so deadly, and why Monday mornings are the safest on our roads.
11:35 AM Will the lockout laws affect patronage at Sydney nightclubs during Mardi Gras? Should there be an exception? ARQ nightclub owner Shadd Danesi joins Stuart Bocking concerned the new laws will cast a shadow over the annual event.
1:03 PM What are the big issues for you this state election? Is it transport? Is it hospitals? Is it the poles and wires lease? Angela Catterns with 2UE State Political Reporter Derek Peterson on his early predictions for the NSW state election campaign.
Cross words is angry over a sudoku puzzle being removed for the weekend newspaper. And John & Garry reveal the cancellation of a music festival due to bad weather will see concert goers having difficulties getting their money back.
11:47 AM How much is your property worth, and where are Sydney’s real estate prices headed? Tim Webster with Robert Klaric, who has been a property expert in Sydney for 25yrs. He shares his knowledge in his new book, aptly titled, 'The Property Expert'.
Voters would still prefer Malcolm Turnbull to lead the country, even though a new opinion poll shows Tony Abbott has improved the Federal Government's fortune. John & Garry with the latest polls ahead of another unstable political week.
7:40 AM Real-time tracking of passenger planes will be a legacy of the disappearance of flight MH370. Aviation Expert Neil Hansford tells John Stanley & Garry Linnell that Australia & Malaysia shouldn't be the only two countries funding the search.
11:59 AM Worried about how you'll manage when you stop working? Are you worried about the long process after you leave work? Tim Webster with Margaret Harrison who reveals a very simple plan that we can use to cut red tape for self-funded retirees.
2:25 PM Only decades ago, almost half the population smoked. Now, there has been a considerable decrease after revelations on the dangers of smoking. Dr Ross Walker on studies that show the dangers of 2nd hand smoke as well as continuing the habit.
Islamic State are barbarians. World leaders are appalled at their actions. Tim Webster reveals a handful of shocking stories associated with their religion, that shouldn’t be happening in this country, but they are. There are laws here we need to uphold.
Treasurer Joe Hockey says only the Australian people have the right to remove a Prime Minister. Tony Abbott faces fresh leadership speculation as backbenchers seek the PM to stand down. He tells Stuart Bocking MPs have no right to oust the PM.
2UE over 90 years has had not just many changes to its format and lineup, but also with the jingles that have identified us. Listen Back to some classic 2UE jingles from our archives. How many of these do you remember?
On the hour every hour, 2UE has been at the forefront of news and like the changing sounds of the station jingles, 2UE news themes have changed vastly over the years. Listen Back to some classic 2UE news themes from our archives.
Listen here to what the week ahead may have in store for you with Sharina's Stars for March 1st.
Dale Sinden with the latest new releases at the cinemas on George & Paul's Movie Review. This Week: A Most Violent Year & The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
Sharina reads your lucky tips, numbers and feng shui numerology for the week of March 1st.
A weekly look at the latest in Federal Politics with George & Paul on 2UE Weekends. This week with Michael Pachi.
Sharina's Tarot Wheel Stars is a chance to find out what may be in store for you each week from Sharina's Psychic Encounters March 1st.
Join Amanda Woods on her Adventures All Around on 2UE with Tim Webster every Sunday afternoon.