Jason Morrison looks at the prawns in the curtain rods, a look at Wayne Swan's plans for the ten year budget. Funding education and disability reforms may be mapped out for the next decade, but can we afford it?
Too many People Smugglers are getting away with their deadly trade, and Sixty Minutes reveal one of the most ruthless, is living as a free man, collecting welfare. Jason Morrison & Michael Usher on the story.
The Supreme Court hands down its sentence to the step-father for the death of six-year old Kiesha. Jason Morrison on the murder of an innocent child that captivated Sydney, and the judge's verdict today.
An Australian Muslim teen wearing a full-faced burqa claims she was held against her will by a service station worker because he locked the doors, when she didn't remove her veil for identification purposes.
Pressure is mounting on the Federal Government to protect our producers from the flood of cheap imported fruit and vegetables. Jason Morrison is a champion of the cause. It's time to support our local product.
School students may not yet be back in classes but it hasn't stopped the buses turning up to ferry the ghost students around. Jason Morrison discusses ghost buses on the road while kids are still on holidays.
Mining magnate Clive Palmer claims at least one Federal MP is preparing to jump ship and join his new political party. Jason Morrison speaks with the man who is set to shake up parliament and federal politics.
The Greens have released an exposure draft of a private bill they plan to introduce to parliament that would ban the broadcast of betting odds during sports and related programs such as The Footy Show.
Is the speculation about additional tax imposts on superannuation a class war? Jason Morrison on a Labor proposal to tax 'fabulously wealthy' slugged more if they make big contributions to superannuation.
Australians are no more racist than elsewhere. We are a whole lot less racist than some countries. Ross Gittins with Jason Morrison discuss how we need reminding all of us are a combination of good & bad.
It's been revealed adultery is now an excuse to gain an Australian refugee-visa. Jason Morrison questions our immigration system and a new "complementary protection" rule that has us looking like mugs.
Watch the Video: The City of Sydney is appealing for help in identifying a truck driver who illegally dumped over two tonnes of asbestos outside two pre-schools in Ultimo in December 2012. Help us find the dumper.
Police are fed up with having to deal with binge drinkers, and now comes the call for drunks arrested to help clean up our streets. Jason Morrison speaks with former detective Tim Priest on the unique proposal.
The numbers are staggering. The amount of money we send overseas in foreign aid is growing, and there are calls for it to rise. Jason Morrison reveals just how much we hand out to others, while our own struggle.
While Gillard would never step aside for Rudd, it is credible to conclude she would consider doing so for Shorten – Paul Sheehan in SMH. Jason Morrison speaks with him about Odds shorten on PM's little mate.
Some parts of Sydney have up to 20% unemployed young people. Jason Morrison says no has the courage to move them into work, taking them off the dole. Is it common sense to undertake work for the dole?
Police are searching for four men who fired a shot, and tried to steal cash, from an armoured van in Broadway. Jason Morrison speaks with eyewitness to the incident, who filmed the incident on his phone.
50 airline passengers are being assessed by paramedics at Sydney Airport after the cabin temperature on a plane they were travelling on reportedly soared to nearly 40 degrees. Jason Morrison with details.
Struggling with the lack of support the government provides its soldiers post service, Rachel, the wife of a returned serviceman tells Jason Morrison of her plight. If we send men to war, shouldn't they be provided for?
You may not know this, but your dog has worked you out! They have an ability to learn what their owner can and can't do. Jason Morrison on the latest findings that show dogs have a human point of view.
We should be able to go to the supermarket shelves and know the product we are buying is Australian. Jason Morrison looks at the push to bring in a simple labelling system that we recognise it is local product.
Barry O'Farrell joins Jason Morrison to take calls from 2UE listeners and is reminded of the 5 point plan promise he signed before becoming Premier. How did he do? Listen back and blog us your questions here.
An Islamic school in South Australian has warned 20 non-Muslim female teachers they will be sacked if they don't wear a hijab to school functions. Jason Morrison on the non-Islamic teachers told they have to cover up.
While the volume of tobacco sold has not been impacted by the plain packaging reforms, the cost burdens on individual retailers has certainly escalated. Jason Morrison on the paranoia surrounding smoke sales.
What does the PM mean by the term 'Modern Families'? Julia Gillard used the term and since doing so, it has Jason Morrison puzzled. He questions what is a modern family with advertising expert Rowan Dean.
Former State Mining Minister Ian MacDonald says he chose a mining exploration area because he found it in an atlas, not because it would make millions for the Obeid family. Jason Morrison looks at his explanation.
Not a lot has happened since the Islamic riots on the streets of the CBD of Sydney. Jason Morrison speaks with Dr Jamal Rifi on whether the anger still seethes, and what is being done to prevent any recurrence.
As our politicians walk away with hundreds of thousands in pension funds, Jason Morrison reveals what one young soldier has received for injuries serving our country in Afhanistan. Where are our priorities?
Kevin Rudd promised laptops and computers for students, but was the campaign really worth it? Could the money be better spent? Jason Morrison on tools for the 21st century, and slipping education standards.
It has long been over a decade since 9/11 and we are being told it has been delt with and a new era of cyber-terrorism is ahead. Jason Morrison disagrees and looks at the current terror threat. Are we still alert?
Merrylands East Public School begins classes at 8am in the morning, and with calls for more individual changes to school times, what of school traffic zones. Jason Morrison on what is standard policy with school zones.
Jason Morrison looks at the Prime Minister Julia Gillard's unveiling of a new vision for Australia's security, with a focus on enhanced regional engagement and stronger defences against the rising cyber threat.
Dick Smith is outraged an ad he made for Australia Day has been banned because it is saturated with dick jokes. Jason Morrison asks you if it is too offensive to put on the TV or have we lost our Aussie sense of fun?
The Gillard Government is under fire for giving out special kits to schools, promoting the troubled BER scheme. But, the move has been viewed by the Coalition as an election stunt heading into this year's polls.
This Australia day falls on a Saturday, but the public holiday will be on the following Monday, Jason Morrison on how this will affect retailers? Do you think the public holiday is really needed this year?
Chivalry may finally be dead, and it's women that are leading the charge. Jason Morrison on research that shows women would rather be independent, and that means men have little choice left but to let them.
Bill Woods with Jason Morrison says we may be investigating child abuse, but why not confront with children their lack of respect and hold ourselves accountable for the most important job in the world, parenting.
Is Tony Abbott in a spot of bother with recent polls showing Julia Gillard powering ahead as preferred PM? Jason Morrison asks if it is time for Liberals to look inward and ask of themselves, is the problem us?
Is PMS real or an excuse for bad behaviour? Jason Morrison dares take on that very taboo topic for fellas to talk about, seeks out your views, and the results of recent scientific research with Dr Sally Cockburn.
Jason Morrison says our country is at a crossroads when discussing things that are confronting. Is free speech being limited? An attack of what we can freely say according to Paul Sheehan on fearing speech.
Should we have a section in the Anzac Day marches for those who put their lives on the line volunteering? Jason Morrison and Vietnam Veteran Charlie Lynn who says firefighters should march with our Diggers.
Jason Morrison looks at the new smart meters that are coming to every home and unit to measure your electricity usage in peak and off peak times. Is it to hit you hard in the peak times and have you pay more?
Jason Morrison is calling for more fairness when it comes to speed limits in work zones on our roads. Too often we see the speed limit lowered at times when no work is being done, and that causes driver frustration.
The Village People are in Sydney to re-live memories of the disco era and chat with Jason Morrison about their success. What is it that makes us all get up and dance when we hear one of their tracks played to this day?
If you thought drink driving is the biggest killer on our roads, think again. Drivers who refuse to stop and revive may not survive. Jason Morrison on fatigue now being considered equivalent to drink driving.
Technology experts say retailers didn't have enough resources to cope with the surge of online shoppers for Click Frenzy. The 24 hour event promised major discounts, but the site crashed within moments of going live.
Jason Morrison reveals a 43% jump in the number of complaints to the State's Energy Ombudsman, mostly about high bills and disconnections. Families are struggling to pay their soaring electricity bills.
Derryn Hinch has called for people to be allowed to sell their organs to lift the country's low donation rate. Jason Morrison speaks with the liver transplant recipient about his new book: A Human Deadline.
Described as one of the best, if not the best actor to play James Bond, Daniel Craig chats with 2UE's Jason Morrison about the latest film in the series Skyfall and his approach to the iconic character.
For many, it's a dream of instant mega-bucks in tonight's $70 million Oz Lotto draw. Jason Morrison spoke to Yvonne Lu from Canley Heights Newsagency about ticket sales and to Clio Cresswell from the University of Sydney about the chances of winning.