Hornsby has been hit by what is being called a mini tornado in wild and wet weather bucketing Sydney. A roof has collapsed at Westfield Shopping Centre and cars have been overturned in the wild weather event.
Will a promised code of conduct for the big 2 supermarkets help customers? Aussie farmers remain wary of the new agreement. Jason Morrison on getting some teeth into the promised code that benefits everyone.
Can a marriage that ends in divorce be considered successful? Jason Morrison with Bettina Arndt on raising children, remaining friends and a successful marriage that doesn't always mean till death do us part.
Eartha has a daughter, Mia who had brain surgery. The family lost their house in the recent bushfires. But, Eartha took the time in amongst the mayhem to come thank us, and you, for raising money today in our appeal.
Despite being banned in 1995, many of us think it is time to bring back the cane into state schools. Jason Morrison on preparing children for their life ahead, and facing the consequences for misdemeanor actions.
Where did Halloween begin? Every culture has a celebration, or night of the dead festival. Halloween began as a Celtic festival. Brian Carlton looks back on the tradition, popular in the US, now growing here.
Sydney house and unit prices are surging with an influx of overseas investors eager to purchase property. Jason Morrison looks at the shrinking housing market and large foreign investment into Australian real estate.
Our Diggers have a wall at Camp Holland in the Oruzgan province that bears the names of the 40 Australian diggers who've been killed. Jason Morison reveals the efforts to bring the wall home in tribute to our fallen.
Police are backing up the thousands of fire crews by catching out driver who smoke and flick cigarettes out the window. Jason Morrison with Ian McNab of Strike Force Toronto, the taskforce set up to catch the butt tossers.
Premier Barry O'Farrell says we should support homeowners when it comes to hazard reduction around their bushfire prone homes. Jason Morrison speaks with him about the fire emergency, with praises for our fireys.
Labor was accused of sending the country to hell in a hand basket for the debt we faced. However, Jason Morrison reveals Treasurer Joe Hockey has asked for the debt limit to be increased to $500-billion.
Debate has raged about climate change to blame for the raging bushfires across Sydney and the state, but is a cut back on hazard reduction to blame? Jason Morrison looks at the need for more bush burn off.
Fire crews have a new emergency on their hands, with the blaze moving into Wilton, south west of Sydney. Jason Morrison & Police & Emergency Services Minister Mike Gallacher on the powers police now have.
PM Tony Abbott has promised electricity will fall if parliament abolishes the carbon tax, but if not, will he take it to a double dissolution? Jason Morrison & Environment Minister Greg Hunt on repealing the tax.
Imagine the Friday night pizza delivered by drone? The world's first unmanned aerial drone controlled by GPS for deliveries is set to launch next year. Jason Morrison on a far-fetched idea, but does it have some merit?
Remember crushing cans as a kid to get pocket money? Should we have a cash back scheme for containers? Jason Morrison on a deposit scheme, or container tax, would it work as a payback system for recycling?
The Abbott Government is confident it can sign three free-trade agreements over the next year with China, Korea and Japan, but what's in it for us? Jason Morrison with Tim Wilson on our future prosperity.
Does it matter if the drinking age is lifted from 18 to 21? Is it a change of culture required to stop the problem of binge drinking? Jason Morrison seeks your thoughts and reveals what he thinks of the idea.
Political correctness has gone mad. Is it getting too difficult for employers to advertise for the employees they need? Jason Morrison on growing stifling of honest advertising looking for the right people for employment.
You can't always pick your relatives, but married people who have regular contact with both their own mother and their mother-in-law have significantly higher wellbeing than the average Australian. Do you agree?
Jason Morrison discusses Immigration Minister Scott Morrison's first weekly media briefing on boat arrivals, announcing asylum seekers now reaching our shores will not stay in Australia for more than 48 hours.
What are the pros and cons of compulsory voting? Why not first past the post? Jason Morrison asks why we stick with preferential voting. Join the conversation and have your say about our preferential system.
Liberal Democrat David Leyonhjelm is poised to win a senate seat. He is pushing for gun control laws to be eased & marijuana to be legalised. Jason Morrison on many who may have voted for him by mistake.
Real estate is booming in Sydney, but who is buying? A house in Eastwood sold for a million dollars more than the reserve. Jason Morrison on property prices accelerating and the areas buyers are flocking to.
Labor claims it has "broken the back of the people smuggling trade" following a sharp fall in the number of asylum seeker arrivals. The number of arrivals has dropped from over 4,000 a month to just over 1,500.
How much of our Christmas products are halal certified? Brian Carlton uncovers what will be on your Christmas list that is halal, the companies behind the move, with owner of Halal Choices Kirralie Smith.
The state's Health Minister is refusing to admit to a "crisis" in public hospitals, despite having to apologise to a teenage patient, who spent the night on a waiting-room floor. Jason Morrison on the appalling story.
Seems Labor are staring to panic! Replacing Julia Gillard with Kevin Rudd may not be the stroke of genius the party was looking for. Do you miss her though? Jason Morrison on the last week ahead in Election 2013.
Headache tablets will be withdrawn from sale at supermarkets. 8,000 patients a year are treated with overdose of paracetamol. Jason Morrison on large packs withdrawn in a crackdown by the safety watchdog.
Are foreign workers taking jobs for Aussie youth? Are some of our youth simply too lazy or too picky to take up certain jobs? Jason Morrison on young people in our community with hands out for welfare.
Where is your meal coming from? A recall of frozen broccoli poses a bigger question over importing processed food. Jason Morrison says it is time to wake up, take a stand and support our higher food standards.
Sports Minister Graham Annesley has become emotional telling Parliament he is quitting politics. He will become boss of Gold Coast Titans, only two-and-half years after being elected as Member for Miranda.
2UE Video: Barry O'Farrell is having a roaring day! First, he confronts Prime Minister Kevin Rudd as he reveals plans to take our Navy north. Then, he gives the bird to Opposition Leader John Robertson?
What's the most effective way to stop criminals reoffending? A person on a bond is 13% more likely to re-offend after 2 years. Jason Morrison asks if it's time courts got tougher, taking away community service.
We pay people not to work. Yes, benefits are for those who have lost their job, but reality is we need to get long-term unemployed working again. Jason Morrison on Coalition plans to get Aussies off welfare.
Why is our navy rescuing asylum boats in Indonesian waters? Jason Morrison says because we are a decent nation, and our decency is being exploited. Here's why current policy on asylum seekers is failing.
Are children at risk because of incompetence? There's a call for Community Services Minister Pru Goward to resign after conceding her office received a report on case worker shortages, but didn't read it.
Why are people shocked that the people in the political ads are actors? Jason Morrison with ad guru Rowan Dean discuss political ads. Do they sway voters, how does the advertising work for campaigning?
Should parents who don't immunize their children be stopped from getting child benefits? It's a pledge from Labor if re-elected and Jason Morrison looks at the issues of forcing parents to vaccinate children.
Should parents be paid to have time off work to have children? Who will pay the $5.5 billion the Coalition has promised for parental leave? Jason Morrison questions the costs, should the handouts be stopped?
Jason Morrison asks if your family can survive without welfare? A national report card's found Australians are living and working longer but the number of people who can't look after themselves is growing.
Are drivers too stupid to get out of the way of emergency vehicles? Fire trucks and emergency vehicles will be fitted with new air horns and sirens, which can not only be heard but also felt by motorists.
Will the real Tony Abbott please stand up? Jason Morrison speaks with Janet Albrectson of The Australian on what seems a lackluster performance of the Opposition Leader in the election campaign. Have Your Say!
More than 50,000 asylum seekers have now arrived under Labor's reign, after another boat was stopped off Christmas Island. So much for the hardline approach, Scott Morrison says Labor are fooling themselves.
You'd never pick it but there are killers in your backyard, and you are least likely to know about them. From spiders to slugs that can cause death, Jason Morrison speaks with Don Burke about backyard killers.
Kevin Rudd is trying to convince Australian voters that lower interest rates are a good thing, but it actually indicates a softer economy. Jason Morrison on the RBA rate cut today, and our struggling economy.
Have you already decided who to vote for in September? Jason Morrison on a newspaper front page calling for the overthrown of the Rudd government. Is it right or wrong for them to tell you who to vote for? Have Your Say!
Tony Abbott described the Labor Party as "rotten" following corrupt findings from the ICAC against former state minister Ian Macdonald & Eddie Obeid. Mr Abbott says its symptomatic of the Labor Party.
Nathan Rees once revealed any replacement of him would be a puppet of Eddie Obeid and Joe Tripodi. Does he feel vindicated by the ICAC findings? Jason Morrison with the former Premier on the findings.
Paying back the national debt could take decades. Jason Morrison says the trick is to tax people, appearing to be seen to be paying down the debt, and gives some insight into just how far in the red our budget is.
With even more bikie shooting in suburban Sydney, have we become nonchalant about the dangers? Jason Morrison looks at crossfire, the dangers to the public and what is being done to curtail the violence.
Serious concerns have been raised about escalating shopper-docket petrol discounts. The ongoing price war between Coles and Woolworths has seen offers of up to 45 cents a litre off fuel, but is it at another cost?
A proposal for mandatory-sentences for child-sex offenders, may be investigated by a small group of MPs. They are calling for set minimum jail-terms, after concern about lenient penalties handed out by the courts.
There are claims from Australia's former foreign minister Australia's policy of not turning back boats is encouraging people smugglers. Alexander Downer says it's been done before, and can work again.
A man king-hit in the CBD remains in a stable condition in hospital after waking from a coma. 33-year-old Matthew Blackmore was walking on George Street when he was punched in the head by up to five men.
Should children as young as 10 years of age face criminal charges for serious bullying? Jason Morrison on the recommendation with anti-bullying campaigner Brett Murray, but is the idea just a step too far?
The State Government's accused of risking community safety, cutting back on ex-prisoners supervision. Opposition Leader John Robertson says $5-million was cut from a Corrective Services monitoring group.
Enrolments are booming for Catholic and independent secondary schools. Is it about values, belief systems? Jason Morrison asks what it is that makes the curriculum more favoured by a growing amount of parents?
Every New South Wales school will have school-zone flashing lights within two and a half years, under a funding increase by the State Government. Jason Morrison on the long awaited need for the indicators.
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.