Angry at the little penalty fees you pay to the bank? The class action against the ANZ begins today as many little people fight in the courts over fees. Paul Murray with lawyer Andrew Watson on fighting for consumers.
Just how safe are players of contact sports? There has been an investigating into how the NFL has handled evidence that football may be destroying the brains of NFL players. Paul Murray with the horrific findings.
Today Mark Latham takes a look at the spying allegations from Indonesia and how he thinks we can sort it out. Also, the Bachelor! Mark is a huge fan of the show and speaks with Paul Murray and the Bachelor himself, Tim.
The woman who's inspired a proposed law that would allow prosecutions for harming a foetus, says she's frustrated and hurt by the arguments against it. Paul Murray speaks with Brodie Donegan about "Zoe's Law".
The Kmart Wishing Tree Appeal is Australia's largest Christmas gift appeal, having collected more than 6 million gifts since 1988. Paul Murray with Major Bruce Harmer on how you can help the Salvos this Christmas.
Surprised we have been bugging the Indonesians? They are furious, but in the world of international politics, is it a given? Paul Murray & former Foreign Minister Alexander Downer behind the scenes on diplomacy.
Imagine the job of keeping all the public clocks on time. Horologist Tim Tracey talks with Paul Murray in this fascinating chat on his job maintaining and repairing several historic clock towers around the city of Sydney.
People smugglers live off desperation, and ply their evil trade knowing full well that lives are at stake. Paul Murray speaks with Sarah Ferguson of 4 Corners on how they have now hit a new low in their strategy.
The Abbott Government is defending the donation of two Australia naval patrol boats to Sri Lanka, amid fears they will be used for military purposes. The patrol boats are being gifted to help fight people smuggling. Have your say!
Do we need a crime squad focused on racial hate? Paul Murray looks at the 'bias motivation unit', a squad to target racist, religious, gender or even sexual orientation to stop attacks within our community. Have your say!
Paul Murray discusses Jean Claude Van Damme and the Volvo truck ads that have captured the world’s attention. Have a look at the video of how the feat of his splits was created in real time for the commercial.
Should a second airport for Sydney be built at Badgery's Creek? Paul Murray reveals that MPs are sounding out Prime Minister Tony Abbott about a second Sydney airport, but just where should it be built?
Jasmine Rae is nominated for three Golden Guitars and an ARIA award for her incredible gift with writing great songs. The country songstress performs for Paul Murray at The Children's Hospital at Westmead.
When we asked Damien Leith to join us at the Children's Hospital at Westmead to raise donations, he jumped at the chance. He performs a Roy Orbison classic, and look out for his new album Chapter Seven.
The war on drugs has not been effectively waged? Who is to blame, the dealer or the end user? Paul Murray speaks with Journalist Peter Hitchens about drug use and whether police should target the end users.
Molvania is a book that parodies travel guidebooks. Paul Murray with Rob Sitch, the author behind the guide that describes the fictional European country, described as "the birthplace of the whooping cough".
Should every child get a ribbon when competing? Is it a false sense of winning every time? Paul Murray looks at a school banning children from playing certain games because children can't handle losing.
Are older drivers better on the roads due to their experience? Are mandatory licence tests just age discrimination? Paul Murray discusses the emotive issue whether older drivers should be forced off the roads.
Why do psychopaths make good kings, is your smartphone dumbing you down, why is the left side of your face the most attractive? Dr Karl with Paul Murray about all this and more in his brand new book Game of Knowns.
Would Australian only supermarket aisles help our farmers? Is it price that you shop for, or do you try to seek out local produce? Paul Murray on a look at supermarkets and lending our hard working farmers a helping hand.
Claims controversial changes to the Crimes Act, in which a foetus is treated the same as a living person, will make decriminalising abortion harder. Paul Murray on Zoe’s Law with Chris Spence & Mia Freedman.
A whale calf has died, after getting tangled in shark nets off Sydney's northern beaches. There are now calls to cut away the nets. Paul Murray asks if we need shark nets, do they saving the lives of swimmers?
Target forced to remove Fifty Shades of Grey billboard at Broadway due to an "official complaint". How does one complaint end a huge ad campaign? Paul Murray on wowsers and difficulties of advertising.
Where has our empathy gone? Paul Murray questions why so many people are outraged over the use of the terms 'illegal' for boat refugees, but none discussing climate change as homes burn down in bushfires.
The manager of a pub says he's stunned after being cautioned for providing free beers to volunteers fighting bushfires. Paul Murray speaks with Kerry Beevor of Catho Pub on narks spoiling a thoughtful deed.
Are geneticists on a DNA cancer breakthrough thanks to a dad with no medical experience trying to unlock his son's disease? Paul Murray with Stephen Damiani and his incredible fight for his son Massimo.
Bushfires have created devastation in the Blue Mountains the likes we have not seen for several decades. Paul Murray reflects on a black day for Sydney and surrounds as families begin to pick up the pieces.
In light of another violent attack on a pregnant woman in Campsie, Paul Murray speaks to Chris Spence, a strong proponent for Zoe's Law which would allow people to be charged with hurting an unborn child.
How much do you give to charity? Paul Murray with mining billionaire Andrew Forrest, who has just given away $65 million to fund scholarships and post-doctoral fellowships in WA's five main universities.
British police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann believe her abduction may be linked to a spate of break-ins near the holiday complex where she vanished in Portugal 6 & a half years ago.
Ford's Mark Winterbottom has won his maiden Bathurst 1000 title, after a dramatic finish on Mount Panorama. He tells Paul Murray it is still sinking in, and it is a really surreal feeling of finally winning the race.
Paul Murray & guests take a look at the daily news and issues. Today Paul Murray is joined by Angela Bishop and Jason Morrison to discuss the latest issues around Sydney, and the latest hot topic issues.
Now it's our furry family members hitting the couch over anxiety issues. Pet dogs are being treated for depression and anxiety, but is it going too far? Paul Murray on the mental health of our cherished pets.
Kate McClymont reveals the ICAC will hold 3 investigations into a number of allegations concerning former MP Eddie Obeid. She discusses the investigations into whether he misued his position with Paul Murray.
Can Tony Abbott keep his promise to turn back the boats? Today the PM admits the rhetoric on asylum seekers may have gone too far in opposition. Paul Murray speaks with Michael Pachi, travelling with the PM.
NSW has already faced more than 2,500 grass and bushfires this year with more than a thousand of those occurring within the last month. Paul Murray on the start of bushfire season says Sydney is not immune.
80% of prisoners are addicted to cigarettes. Corrective Services Commissioner Peter Severin is leading the charge toward a ban. He admits a smoking ban could turn tobacco into a "flourishing illicit trade".
Should speed zones on our freeways be lifted to 130 kilometers an hour? Paul Murray discusses the call for a lift in speed zones. Would it help keep traffic flowing on our roads, or would more drivers lives be at risk?
Australia's chief Mufti has told Labor don't elect Paul Howes to the Senate, or they will withdraw their support. Paul Murray discusses the intervention into our politics by the Mufti because Howes is pro-Israel.
Wendell Sailor has spoken out publicly for the first time about the challenges he has had to overcome to become a high profile league and union player. Paul Murray on his footy career, and huge fall from grace.
Time for changes to the Senate ballot paper? Paul Murray & Nick Xenophon ask if the system broken when back-room preference deals see Australian Sports Party and the Motoring Enthusiast Party win seats.
Scammers are again up to their dirty tricks on our elderly. Those with computers are being contacted by a scammer who claims they are from Microsoft. Paul Murray with a warning to all elderly computer users.
Paul Murray & guests take a look at the daily news and issues. Today Paul Murray is joined by Sam De Brito and Prue Macsween to discuss the latest issues around Sydney, and the latest hot topic issues.
Police are out fining CBD J-walkers while violent crime continues in our suburbs. But, Inspector Phil Brooks from Traffic Command tells Paul Murray more pedestrians are killed than people in shootings.
Clive Palmer launched an incredible attack on Rupert Murdoch saying he wants to control how voters think and his ex-wife is a Chinese spy. Paul Murray on the outburst bringing down the Palmer campaign.
Associate Professor Sally Young explains why political ads are still on the internet, despite the election blackout on electronic media. Should online media also be included in the ban? Have your say!
Paul Murray & guests with a look at daily news and issues. Today Paul Murray is joined by Shelly Horton and Mike Jeffreys to discuss the latest issues around Sydney today, and the 2013 election campaign.
All God's creatures are beautiful, and with our pets becoming closer than ever to our families, one church has opened its doors for pet blessings. Paul Murray on the church blessing of our furry family members.
It has been the warmest 12 months since records began, yet no one is discussing climate change this election. Paul Murray with Jonathon Holmes of SMH on going cold on the great moral debate of our time.
Tony Abbott is putting Labor under intense pressure to support legislation to repeal the carbon tax if he wins power, or face losing a 2nd election. Paul Murray on threats of a double-dissolution new election.
Election 2013: Opposition Leader Tony Abbott tells Paul Murray he would finally build the infrastructure Sydney needs if elected, vowing to champion for his home-town as he campaigns in the city's west.
A kayaker prayed for his life stranded for 2 weeks on a remote island. Imprisoned by a six metre saltwater crocodile waiting to devour him. Paul Murray with the rescuer who saved the man from being eaten alive.
It's down to the wire in the election campaign. What's the feeling in the western suburbs of Sydney, in the seats that will make or break the election? Paul Murray on the sentiment going into the final week.
Sprung filming flatmates in the shower? Just how sordid are some people in hiding spy cameras around the house? Paul Murray on a coat hanger camera, but how small can cameras get as technology improves.
Barnaby Joyce has lead the charge to stop our land being sold off to overseas nations. He tells Paul Murray it's not an issue for just our farm land, but all who love our country, whether in the city or bush.
Will the Coalition make cuts to the budget of the ABC as a way of finding savings? Paul Murray with Jonathan Holmes who reveals other media is unsympathetic, who are not being subsidised by taxpayer funds.
Asbestos is a huge problem for Sydneysider who are renovating their homes. It only takes a small speck to cause problems. Paul Murray takes a look at how to safely handle asbestos found around your home.
The latest viral video from Labor attempts to sell Tony Abbott's plan for internet infrastructure to people around the world. Paul Murray & SMH Political Reporter Jonathan Swan on a spoof to sell Abbott's Internet.
Have we lost basic skills at school? Good old fashioned skills, adding up without computers, writing skills, learning to think. Paul Murray on teaching basic skills we grew up with, along with 21st century skills.
Kevin Rudd says it makes strategic & economic sense to move the navy's main east coast base from Sydney to Brisbane. Barry O'Farrell calls foul, saying it's a desperate Prime Minister attempting to win over votes.
Are the polls narrowing? Paul Murray looks at the rise of a percentage point for Kevin Rudd. 53 to 47% is still in favour of Tony Abbott becoming Prime Minister. Here's a few of the statistics ahead of the election.
We are all disgusted at the recent attacks on elderly people. Over the weekend another attack took place on an elderly man. How can you take care of yourself? Paul Murray on how to improve your personal safety.
How did a rock band manage to get some of Australia's top pollies to do cameos in their incredible video clip? Paul Murray catches up with Matt Roberts, the bass player from Canberra band Super Best Friends.
Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke denies they've lost the ability to win after ending the Ashes series without a victory. Paul Murray on the upcoming series, and the Ashes results tighter than we all think?
Are Wests Tigers at the crossroads of their existence? Paul Murray with Andrew Webster of SMH on his report they are in need of a $1 million injection to survive, with Wests calling for greater board control.
We hear about money for cars, sports and schools, but what about where we are up with the best in the world? Paul Murray on Kevin Rudd's promise of $250 million for regenerative medicine. How does it work?
Men think they are indestructible, but DIY injuries are proving otherwise. Paul Murray on the warnings to everyone doing the odd job around the home that accidents can happen, you are not bullet proof.
Paul Murray explains why supporters of same sex marriage are actually being dudded by Kevin Rudd with false hope, as he places the topic on the Election 2013 agenda. But are supporters that easily fooled?