Cricketer Phillip Hughes has died in a Sydney hospital two days after being hit by a bouncer. Cricket Australia confirmed the former Test batsman had died in St Vincents Hospital. Leave your tribute for the family here.
Ski Dubai is an indoor ski resort with 22,500 square meters of indoor ski area. It is a part of the Mall of the Emirates, one of the largest shopping malls in the world and located in Dubai. Tim Webster takes us on a tour.
NSW will introduce demerit points in addition to fines for people caught parking in disabled parking spots without a permit. Lane Cove Council were the first to push for this and Stuart Bocking talk to Mayor David Brooks-Horn.
Numb! That's how former test player Greg Matthews says he feels, and we have lost a brother. Justin Smith on the tragic Phil Hughes accident, the others playing in the same game and heavy burden they must carry.
Leichhardt Council is placing out protest signs for ocean liners that use White Bay Cruise Terminal. Stuart Bocking on the 19th century shipping port with Councillor John Stamolos & claims ships are endangering residents.
What happened when One Direction & Five Seconds of Summer met at the Arias, did the universe collapse in on itself due to the screaming of teenage girls? Angela Catterns has all the juicy gossip with Richard Wilkins.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has attacked the Opposition for failing to support his GP copayment. Will the policy be shelved. John & Garry with Dr Brian Owler of the AMA on the $7 fee abandoned after months of protest.
Stuart Bocking vents his outrage as the lawyers for the killer of Daniel Morcombe arguing key evidence, including footage of Brett Peter Cowan confessing to undercover police, should never have been shown to the jury.
Health Minister Jillian Skinner will meet the head of NSW Ambulance today to find out why it took so long for officers to arrive at the SCG to treat Phillip Hughes. Stuart Bocking on response times when a 000 call is made.
Has Bill Shorten given the PM a free kick? Stuart Bocking on the $7 co-payment policy of the Abbott government blocked by Labor in the Senate. Here's his theory on how it could have played it out, at a fresh election.
Blacktown Council are investigating options, including low GI foods, office ergonomics and taxi vouchers after a health and safety review found councillors are at risk from fatigue-related injury due to their long meetings.
A revolution in driving is coming, but will automated, driverless cars take away the stress of Sydney roads. John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal engineers are re-programming cars found they need to be more assertive.
Have McDonalds put in an application to sell alcohol? John Stanley & Garry Linnell with The Whisper the fast food chain may move into the service of drinks. What of the idea of Jacqui Lambie perfume as a whisper.
Two councils on Sydney's north shore have been at war over suspension, mergers and being debt burdened. Do we really need this, or even the level of councils? John Stanley & Garry Linnell on time wasted over petty concerns.
So many theories, so many varied parenting styles. It is a common misconception that different parenting styles can cause autism. Angela Catterns reveals why it is not entirely the case but it can make a difference.
Less than half of Australia's Year 10 students can identify the historical event commemorated on Anzac Day. It is 100 years since the landing of the Anzacs at Gallipoli, do our youth understand the significance of their efforts.
The average driver wastes 106 days in a life looking for a park. The Annual Car Park Conference in Sydney tomorrow will look at technology to help the problem. Angela Catterns on the future for our cars and where we park.
Palmer United Party leader Clive Palmer says he won't sue Jacqui Lambie after she quit the party. Mr Palmer reveals to John & Garry that he spent $700,000 to help Senator Lambie get elected in Tasmania to the Senate.
At 16, Ryan Ruffels will be the youngest golfer playing in this year's Australian Open. He'll also be playing a practice round with Rory McIlroy this afternoon. 2UE golfing expert Stuart Bocking speaks with the rising star of the sport.
Children as young as 12 are becoming addicted to crystal methamphetamines. What has happened to society when so many are families are destroyed by drugs? Justin Smith on the scourge of society, the infiltration of illegal drugs.
Queen Elizabeth II has reigned over us since the 50's becoming Britain's longest serving monarch. Is it time she conceded power to Charles? Monarchist Philip Benwell tells Justin Smith, the queen will not abdicate the throne.
A newborn Sydney baby is now listed as stable in hospital - after being found down a drain at Quakers Hill. John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal how it's believed the boy had been there for six days before cyclists heard his cries.
Sydney will see a trial for pedestrian crossing lights to display a countdown, rather than the familiar green and red men. Angela Catterns asks if you ever seen them in other countries? Would the concept help with road safety here?
The annual pilgrimage of the year 12 students is on in earnest at the Gold Coast with already arrests made. Are this year's schoolies behaving any worse than usual? Angela Catterns on the chaos and mayhem that is schoolies.
In Sydney, there has been a 120% increase since 2010 in people who are seeking help for addiction to amphetamines. Stuart Bocking on the alarming amount of our youth dabbling on weekends in illegal drugs and the consequences.
Who will win this year's ARIA awards? There's some outstanding talent in the pool this year, from Sia to Chet Faker and 5 Seconds of Summer. John & Garry get all hip and cool on the lowdown with ARIA CEO Dan Rosen.
With advances in technology, are we becoming over treated for some medical conditions, such as early cancer detection. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on pre-cancer conditions that we shouldn't be too concerned about.
Has Uber created a new market that passengers have been looking for over some time now? John Stanley & Garry Linnell ask if our taxi cabs are really that bad in Sydney? Here's the story of a fellow arresting drivers using the app.
Is halal certification helping fund terrorism? Stuart Bocking with MP George Christensen who wrote a piece 'Terror in the Tuckerbox' asserting funds paid for Halal certification are being used to fund terrorism.
Guy Sebastian shot to fame through Australian Idol, but has gone on to new heights in his career. Madness is album #8 for the singer songwriter who chats with Stuart Bocking about the process of producing the album.