Kasey Chambers back with new album Bittersweet

Kasey Chambers back with new album Bittersweet

Kasey Chambers - Bittersweet

New Music: Australia's country music queen Kasey Chambers is back and joins Stuart Bocking to have a chat about Bittersweet. It is her first album in 4 years, and it's a break up heart tearing piece of brilliance. More Here...

30km/h zones for Sydney CBD?

1789 pedestrians killed & injured on CBD roads last year? Slower Speeds: Should Sydney CBD have a 30 km/h speed limit to make it safer for pedestrians? Councillor Edward Mandla joins Stuart Bocking to discuss the merits of the idea and pedestrian benefits. More Here...

Teachers lose time on cyberbullying

Teachers losing time due to cyberbullying Cyber Bullying: Principals and school teachers are so swamped dealing with complaints on cyber bullying they are losing many hours of valuable teaching time each week. Stuart Bocking on what to look out for. More Here...

Sydney has far too many councils

Council pay $1.5 million for Sydney PR spin? Council Mergers: Sydney is awash with councils and their red tape. Stuart Bocking on 27 councils east of Parramatta and 14 west. Do we need a more equitable and better strategic planning system for local issues?

Sex scandals & rise of nude selfies

Sex scandal: society just loves nude selfies? Sex Scandals: The military is braced for another sex scandal, but is sex exploitation just a challenge for the military? Stuart Bocking on the surge in nude selfies, sex exploitation - is it our society that loves it? Read More...

New Aussie subs made in Japan?

New Aussie submarines to be built in Japan? Aussie Subs: Our next generation of Australian submarines look set to be built in Japan. Stuart Bocking with Don Rowe of the RSL on their stance over the blow to local business, and the sentiment of our war veterans.

Lisa McCune: The King & I

Stuart Bocking with Lisa McCune: The King & I King & I: Star of the musical The King & I, and much loved actor in Blue Heelers, 4 times Gold Logie winner Lisa McCune with Stuart Bocking. The musical is about to hit the Opera House stage, but only for a limited time.

PM again overseas: trip #11

Prime Minister Tony Abbott again overseas on trip #11 One Year as PM: It is coming up to a year since Tony Abbott became PM taking over from 'Kevin 747' as he was dubbed by the Coalition. Stuart Bocking reveals Tony Abbott has clocked up even more frequent flyer points.

Steve Clisby: Leave Me Dreaming

Performer Steve Clisby with Stuart Bocking on 2UE New Album: Steve Clisby was an unknown until he burst onto The Voice and stole our hearts. Stuart Bocking catches up with the charismatic performer who is captivating audiences with his album Leave Me Dreaming.

Sydney's suburban real estate battle

Did you choose your suburb because you had a connection? Sydney Real Estate: 48 people queued up, some even camped out for days to secure one of 28 plots of land in The Ponds. Stuart Bocking on Sydney's staggering house and land prices now a squeeze for first home buyers.

Sydney council vote bill confusing?

Sydney council vote bill confusing? Sydney Council Vote: City of Sydney Councillor Angela Vithoulkas believes many small businesses still won't benefit from the business voting bill. Stuart Bocking on making the voting process fair and easier.

Your questions about the Opal Card

Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian with Stuart Bocking Opal Card: The Opal Card has made a smooth transition as the way we pay for public transport in Sydney. Stuart Bocking speaks with Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian and takes your questions on the Opal Card.

Palmer deal to affect your super

How super changes will affect your retirement Super Struggle: Changes to compulsory Super contributions have been delayed until at least 2021. Stuart Bocking speaks with ACTU President Ged Kearney about the deal and the cost to us all with our superannuation.

Homebush Bay Bridge connection

Homebush Bay Bridge will connect communities Connecting Communities: The Homebush Bay Bridge will connect, transport & sustain two of Sydney's newest, & growing communities. Stuart Bocking on the bridge creating a new landmark in Sydney's inner west.

Minster issues warning to councils

Local Government Minister Paul Toole on whether it’s time for a cull Council Warning: Can we reduce the number of councils in Sydney? What of the recent claims of a dysfunctional North Sydney Council? Stuart Bocking with Local Government Minister Paul Toole whether it's time for a cull.

How to find your credit score

How will credit changes affect your bill history? Credit Score: GetCreditScore.com.au launches today, allowing the public to check their credit scores for free. Stuart Bocking on the overwhelming response to the website with consumer advocate Christopher Zinn.

Jimmy Barnes: 30/30 Hindsight

Australian rock legend Jimmy Barnes with Stuart Bocking 30/30 Hindsight: Australian Rock Legend Jimmy Barnes has a new album of music reflecting on his 30 years as a solo artist. Barnsey speaks with Stuart Bocking about his incredible music career, & CD 30/30 Hindsight.

Far too many Sydney councils?

Council Chambers: do we have too many tiers of government? Council Overload: Sydney has far too many councils, many of them inefficient. Stuart Bocking reveals we have over 40 across the suburbs and the growing calls for amalgamation to help save rate payers.

Regional relocation grants scrapped

Regional relocation grants  have been scrapped On The Move: Regional relocation grants have been scrapped by the NSW government. Stuart Bocking with James Treloar from Evocities who thinks more people should move regionally. Would you consider it?

Employ more Gen Y workers?

Bosses hiring future buddies over those more qualified? Gen Y: Employers are being called on to hire more Gen Y workers. Why? Stuart Bocking on the Gen Y worker advantages, virility, tech savviness, raw talent, amongst many other valid reasons like street smarts.

Millers Point sales shock investors

Millers Point sales skyrocket as prices head through the roof Millers Point: Prized harbourside land is being sold to investors. Buyers were expecting a rundown terrace for sale at Millers Point to sell for around $1.5 million. It sold for a staggering $2.6 million. Stuart Bocking with more.

Qantas loss of $2.84 billion

Open up Qantas to greater foreign investment? Staggering Loss: Qantas has posted a net loss of $2.84 billion for the last financial year, a staggering amount. The airline says it expects to make a profit next year, but does this spell the death nell for Alan Joyce.

James Tiger - Lego Ninjago

James Tiger - Lego Ninjago School Dress Ups: Remember school dress ups? Great days. Stuart Bocking's little fella James Tiger enjoyed the Book Week Parade this week and he decided to go as a ninja from the Lego Ninjago series.

Rewards cards losing you money?

What do reforms to Privacy Act mean for your credit record? Rewards Cards: How often do you use rewards cards to shop? Are they too good to be true? Stuart Bocking on the Mozo Research that shows that one in four rewards cards on the market are actually losing you money.

Sydney Putt Putt sold out to Chinese

Selling out Putt Putt to Chinese investors Putt Putt Property: A popular mini-putt course is closing down after the council sold the site to cashed up Chinese property developers. Stuart Bocking asks if the council will be helping the business relocate?

Helipad for Darling Harbor hotel?

Helipad for Darling Harbor hotel? Heliport: Dr Jerry Schwartz wants to build a helipad on roof of his new hotel in Darling Harbour. It surprised his architect but wasn't slapped down by Andrew Stoner. Stuart Bocking asks, does this idea have merit?

Peter Dein: 41 years with NSW Police

NSW Assistant Commissioner Peter Dein on 2UE 954am Retirement: After 41 years in the NSW police force, former Assistant Commissioner Peter Dein has earned his retirement and he joins Stuart Bocking, reflecting on the role, some of Sydney's biggest cases.

Desalination plant a white elephant

Warragamba Dam still maintains enough water for Sydney Water Everywhere: Did taxpayer fork out billions on a great white elephant? Stuart Bocking on the desalination plant for Sydney. Look now as the rain tumbles down across the city and fills rain again fills Warragamba Dam.

Gadgets get flight green light

Search continues for Malaysian flight MH370 Go Go Gadgets: Passengers on Qantas and Virgin will be able to leave electronic devices switched on during their flights. Stuart Bocking on changes that will allow use, provided your device is in Flight Mode.

Cyclists party to contest next election

Can cyclists and motorists be nice to each other? Cyclists Party: The Australian Cyclist Party has been registered for around 10 months and Stuart Bocking reveals they are aiming to contest the next NSW, VIC and Federal elections, representing the needs of cyclists.

Les Miserables returns to Sydney

Actor Simon Gleeson with Stuart Bocking on 2UE 954am Theatre Favourite: It's one of the most popular musicals of all time, and Les Miserables is returning to Sydney. Playing the iconic role of Jean Valjean is established actor and musical theatre star Simon Gleeson.

Op Shops: the place for bargains

National Op Shop Week - The place to find a bargain Op Shop Week: It's national Op Shop week, a reminder that there are bargains to be had in store, and to donate to help our community. Stuart Bocking with Jon Dee on the 2,100 charity stores lending a helping hand.

Koala saved using CPR

Koala revived using CPR Koala Miracle: A wildlife rescuer has brought a dead koala back to life using mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Stuart Bocking on the story with footage of the rescue and resuscitation revealing the miracle outcome.

Drivers just drones behind the wheel

Can you avoid paying the road tolls? Drone Drivers: Driving technology puts us at risk of becoming driving drones - lazy, inattentive, and potentially unable to control the vehicle if the driving aides fail. Stuart Bocking on losing driver resposes in modern cars.

Muslim leaders anti-terror law anger

Call to ban Hizb ut-Tahrir  as an 'extremist' group Terror Threats: 60 Islamic leaders have signed a statement, calling for an "uprising" against the anti-terror laws. Stuart Bocking & Dr Jamal Rifi on why the changes are now under fire from our Islamic community.

Finance minister on budget reset

Pensioners to be targeted in upcoming budget cuts? Budget Reset: Finance minister Mathias Cormann has tried to reset the budget debate. He tells Stuart Bocking there's still plenty of time to negotiate the passage of tough measures like the $7 GP co-payment.

What price for a little convenience?

What price for a little convenience? The Price of Convenience: At what stage does price outstrip convenience? Stuart Bocking looks at some of the staggering prices we outlay at the local convenience store. Are you simply being ripped off?

Loo with a View saved from demolition

Artist Peter Kingston Saving Sydney: Heritage loos on the Lavender Bay wharf for 100 years have been saved from demolition. Artist Peter Kingston led the campaign, which also saves his brilliant Cartoon Sculpture Garden on the boardwalk.

Alcohol violence moves to Newtown

Will lock out laws create a new 3am swill? Violence: Have tough measures against alcoholic violence simply moved the issue a few suburbs over? Stuart Bocking on lock out laws moving late night drinkers to Newtown, taking their problems with them.

Clive Palmer's incredible outburst

How will the PM deal with a hostile Senate? Double Standards: Is there a rule for one lot of MPs and a rule for others like Clive Palmer? Stuart Bocking looks at the extraordinary attack on China from the man who holds the balance of power in parliament.

Juggling life working in the navy

Maridy & Terry Morrison with Stuart Bocking Heroes at Sea: Over 5 months HMAS Darwin has seized narcotics worth more than $2.1b. Stuart Bocking speaks with Commander Terry Morrison on his work and wife Maridy on juggling life working in the Navy.

Tim Owen admits false ICAC evidence

MP Tim Owen admits false ICAC evidence ICAC: Stuart Bocking reveals Liberal MP Tim Owen has admitted lying to the corruption watchdog about returning a wad of $100 notes worth about $10,000 that he received in a car from property developer Jeff McCloy.

RIP: Robin Williams dead at 63

RIP: Robin Williams found dead at his home Tributes Here: Oscar-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams has been found dead at his home in California. The 63-year-old funnyman was found shortly before midday at his home and now the tributes flow.

Millers Point: Battle under the Bridge

Too tough: evicting tenants from Millers Point public housing? Social Cleansing? Elderly residents forced to move from Millers Point might face an increased risk of death. Stuart Bocking investigates the claim that has been allegedly cut from or buried in the government's report.

Teachers civilising kids as parents fail

Back to school for students across NSW Bad Manners: It appears Australian teachers are being handed a herculean task of civilising the children when parents fail to do so. Stuart Bocking with education expert Professor John Stackhouse on bad manners.

Bruce & Denise: Where is Daniel?

Bruce and Denise Morcombe with Stuart Bocking on 2UE Where Is Daniel? Their story horrified our nation. Now, Daniel Morcombe's parents have written a book about the tragic murder of their son. They reveal their struggle to search for answers with Stuart Bocking.

Backlash on Gaza/Israel discussions?

Backlash over Gaza/Israel discussions in the media Gaza Crisis Debate: In a fiery exchange with Zeddy Lawrence of Australian Jewish News, Stuart Bocking wades into the debate over the Gaza Strip conflict and SMH controversially parting ways with columnist Mike Carlton.

Back down on race hate laws

Race Hate Reversal - Have Your Say! Race Hate Reversal: The Abbott government has proposed new anti-terrorism laws as it dropped their contentious plan to wind back race hate laws. Stuart Bocking on the race-hate laws now being off the table.

Calls for alcohol aboard Manly Ferry

Should booze be allowed onboard the Manly Ferry? Booze Boat: There's been a call to allow alcohol on the Manly Ferry so commuters and tourists can enjoy a tipple. Stuart Bocking on the idea to also allow the Manly Ferry to host exclusive functions aboard.

Richard Clapton: The Best Years

Richard Clapton with Stuart Bocking on 2UE 954am Aussie Icon: Richard Clapton is rock royalty. The performer, singer songwriter is one of the most important voices of our nation. Stuart Bocking relives some memories with him of 40 remarkable years in music.

A Fair Go for Seniors - Forum

A Fair Go for Seniors Forum with Stuart Bocking on 2UE 954am Fair Go For Seniors: Respect for those senior to us and our elderly is sadly lacking these days. Stuart Bocking pays respect and called into Wenty Leagues to hear the voice of our older community and their issues.

David Suchet: The Last Confession

Stuart Bocking with David Suchet on 2UE 954am Video Interview: David Suchet is known the world over as Poirot, but is coming to Sydney to star on stage in The Last Confession. Set in the corridors of the Vatican at the time of the controversial death of John Paul I.

$1 milk sending our farmers broke

Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce on 2UE 954am White Slavery: Barnaby Joyce tells Stuart Bocking why he thinks Coles and Woolies $1 a litre price war on milk will turn out to be a bad idea. NSW Milk exports to China are growing and they're paying at least $7 a litre.

Downward spiral of dealing drugs

Are police losing the war on gun crime? Drugs: Dane McNeill, 20, murdered, dumped in Casula park and set alight. Jamie Gao, 22, murdered, dumped at sea. Both allegedly involved in the drug trade. Stuart Bocking asks why young men follow this dangerous path?

Abbott copping Senate body blows

Parliament House: who was our best PM in last 40 years? Politics: The debt levy passed, the carbon tax was repealed (just). Stuart Bocking with Phillip Coorey, how much longer can the government go on copping political body blows for measures unlikely to pass the senate?

HMAS Darwin: Aussie pride at sea

HMAS Darwin: Our Aussie pride at sea Aussie Pride at Sea: Over 5 months HMAS Darwin has seized narcotics with a street value of more than $2.1b. Stuart Bocking speaks with Commander Terry Morrison who reveals the incredible work at sea.

Treatment for back pain a placebo

Are there dangers in taking statins? Placebo Effect: Paracetamol is no more effective at treating back pain than a placebo, according to a new study. Stuart Bocking looks at the findings with Professor Chris Maher and how it will re-write the medical guidelines.

Sydney suffering too many councils

Council Chambers: do we have too many tiers of government? Council Cull: Are too many councils stifling growth across Sydney? Stuart Bocking with Patricia Forsythe of the Sydney Business Chamber on shops sitting vacant, too much red tape and whether it's time to cull.

Balmain plans back at square one

Former Balmain Leagues Club in Rozelle Balmain Plans: The battle on development of the former Balmain Leagues Club is back at square one. Planning minister Pru Goward is seeking a redraw of local planning controls from Leichhardt Council.

Red light cameras reaping in cash

$160 million from speed cameras last year in NSW Snap: Figures show a huge jump in fine revenue due to new speeding and red light cameras at intersections. The NSW Government reaped $160 million from the cameras last year, that's $53m higher than the previous year.

Greed behind the add-on's we pay?

Church leaders campaign against public holiday retail trading Add Ons: Has business become too greedy? 50c for sauce, $1.95 for an envelope for a gift voucher, $4.95 for booking fees, can we get anything for free? Stuart Bocking revels the outrageous fees you're being slugged.

Does practice make perfect to win?

Is winning at golf a matter of practice makes perfect? Practice Vs Passion: Is achieving the top of your field of chosen desire a matter of talent, or just practice makes perfect? Stuart Bocking & Dan McLaughlin aiming to become a pro golfer after 10,000 hours of practice.

War zones affecting us at home

Airstrikes won't work in uprising in Iraq? War Weary: The shooting down of MH17 illustrates how unstable regions like Ukraine, Syria & Iraq pose a serious threat to the safety of the rest of the world. Stuart Bocking on how close to home some battles are becoming.

Pay more if you speak English?

Chinese restaurant charging English speakers more? Rip Off Pricing: A Chinese restaurant in Sydney has been caught out charging 10% more for English speaking people. Stuart Bocking questions if this is widespread in other Sydney restaurants? Is it even legal?

Pave paradise to put up a parking lot

Build a car park to take control of Oxford street? Parking Lot: Property magnate Max Raine tells Stuart Bocking why the City of Sydney must take control of Oxford street shopping strip, by demolishing an historic church in Paddington to build a multi-storey car park.

What to do with Sydney fish markets?

What should we do with the Sydney Fish Markets? Redevelopment Reload: What should we do with the Sydney Fish Markets? Stuart Bocking asks on the day after another development plan is released, including the Fish Markets, what's different this time around?

Winter hits our west with snowfalls

Snow on the streets of Orange - Photo: Owen Leathem Winter Wonderland: There's been heavy snow across parts of New South Wales falling today. Orange local Owen Leathem speaks with Stuart Bocking about the cold conditions that have struck across the central west.

Real home grown terrorism concerns

Real fears of home grown terrorism in Sydney? Terror Watch: ASIO to get expanded powers, with reports Australians who fought with extremist groups in Syria & Iraq have returned. Stuart Bocking & Minister for Defence David Johnson on real home grown terror concerns.

Plans to re-vitalise Sydney waterfront

New apartments, offices and shops for Sydney's White Bay? Waterfront Revival: New apartments, offices and shops could soon be built around Sydney's White Bay, Rozelle Bay, and Blackwattle Bay. Plans are to re-vitalise 5kms of waterfront, currently either run-down or un-used.

The Carbon Tax repealed in Senate

Prime Minister Tony Abbott Death to the Carbon Tax: One of the most divisive policies to come before the parliament in recent years is nearing an end. The carbon tax has finally been scrapped, after weeks of political games in the Senate.

Faulty E-tags: who should pay?

Drivers charged extra when E-Tag sensors are faulty? E-tag Faults: Listeners have been complaining they are being charged extra when E-Tag sensors are faulty. Stuart Bocking seeks out if these charges are valid? Are there any known faults with toll sensors on our roads?

Parking Meter 75 years sifting change

Do we need lady friendly parking spots in Sydney? Parking Meter: As you sift through your pockets or ashtray for spare change to feed the parking meter, take a moment to celebrate its birthday. Stuart Bocking with a snapshot of the parking meter, and the subsequent fines.

Qantas still calls Australia home?

A fierce political battle ahead on the future of Qantas? Flying Kangaroo: Qantas will remain the national carrier with the Abbott government forced to back down on foreign ownership changes. Stuart Bocking on changes that will see 49% of the airline go to foreign owners.

Clever police work catches a killer

Clever police work praised for catching a killer Clever Policing: The painstaking and at times creative police work used to help catch wife-killer Gerard Baden Clay have been revealed. Stuart Bocking looks at the incredible police work being praised by all to catch a killer.

Complacency on overseas fighters?

Are young Australians heading to Iraq to fight? Sleeper Cells: Is the increasing number of Australians going to fight in Syria and Iraq greatly increasing the threat of an attack here? Stuart Bocking on increased threats of home terrorism when jihadists return from overseas.

Financial review complacency warning

What’s behind the turmoil on emerging financial markets? Financial Inquiry: A report into Australia's financial system says the Australian economy will face several challenges in the next few decades, including continuing long-term pressure from an ageing population.

Kids starting schooling too early?

Children starting kindergarten too early to cut childcare costs? School Age: Are parents sending their kids to kindergarten at a younger age to avoid paying for childcare? Stuart Bocking on children also repeating with half the amount of students seeing two years of early schooling.

Is Rod Stowe back at Fair Trading?

What happened to Fair Trading boss Rod Stowe? Fair Trading: Seems Stuart Bocking has had a win, and so too NSW consumers. As reaction swirled around the fate of the Fair Trading Commissioner Rod Stowe, we finally get confirmation on 2UE of his fate.

Euthanasia debate: helping suicide?

Euthanasia campaigner Dr Philip Nitschke Euthanasia Debate: The medical community has described as 'abhorrent' euthanasia advocate Doctor Phillip Nitschke helping a depressed but healthy man take his life. Stuart Bocking on the euthanasia debate.

Naughty corner abuse of child rights?

Minimum sentencing needed for child abuse? Teaching Children: The naughty corner is an abuse of a child's human rights? Stuart Bocking on disciplining your children and a summit being held over the rights of children, students and disciplining a child's behavior.

Aussie film The Rover hits screens

Aussie film The Rover hits our cinema screens 2UE Video: Aussie film The Rover has hit the screens, set in the outback 10 years after the collapse of the economy. Stuart Bocking speaks with writer/director David Michod & actor Robert Pattinson of Twilight fame.

Dami Im our hottest new music star?

Dami Im called in to 2UE to chat with Stuart Bocking New Star: Dami Im called in to 2UE to chat with Stuart Bocking about her new single and her recent return to South Korea, travelling with Dani Minogue and questioned by soldiers after crossing into North Korea.

Ten Tenors a worldwide smash

Stuart Bocking with the Ten Tenors on 2UE 954 Ten Tenors: Back in Australia after touring the US for the last four months, the Ten Tenors are bringing back the hits of Broadway with a new Aussie tour. Stuart Bocking catches up with the boys to discuss their music.

Have weekend clearways worked?

Will weekend clearways ease congestion in your suburb? Weekend Clearways: What impact have clearways on streets had in Rozelle and where will they be expanded to next? Stuart Bocking with Roads Minister Duncan Gay on getting weekend traffic flowing again in Sydney.

Suzanne Vega performs for 2UE

Stuart Bocking with singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega 2UE VIDEO: Suzanne Vega is back with a brand new album, the first in some 7 years for the singer and songwriter, Tales from the Realm of the Queen of Pentacles. Watch her perform for Stuart Bocking on 2UE.

PM Abbott to break election promises?

Why is there a lack of Tony Abbott impersonators? PM's Broken Promises: During the election campaign, Tony Abbott promised a government of no new taxes and no surprises. Is he set to break both promises? Stuart Bocking on the 2014 Budget with Michael Pachi.

Modern parents are more stressed?

Why is breast feeding in public still an issue? Stuart Bocking speaks with Jennifer Senior, Author "All Joy and No Fun" which argues that modern parents are more stressed than their own mothers and fathers were, & less happy than couples with no children.

Climbing mountains in Hillary DNA?

Stuart Bocking speaks with son of Sir Edmund Hillary, Peter Stuart Bocking speaks with son of Sir Edmund Hillary, Peter. He has followed in his father's mountain climbing footsteps and climbed the highest mountain on every continent, including climbing Mount Everest 5 times.

Mondo Rock Chemistry 33 1/3rd tour

Eric McCusker and Ross Wilson with Stuart Bocking Eric McCusker and Ross Wilson called in to 2UE today to chat with Stuart Bocking about an upcoming tour for Mondo Rock. The boys reflect on their Chemistry album reunion after 33 1/3rd years since in hit the charts.

How safe are bike baby carriers?

How safe are the child carriers on pushbikes? A wide range of child carriers sold for bicycles have never been reviewed for safety. Stuart Bocking discusses bike safety with front mounted seats, wheelbarrow trailers and child buckets for bikes, how safe are they?

Stuart Bocking: The Political Forum

Andrew Clennell & Mike Jeffreys with Stuart Bocking on 2UE Andrew Clennell & Mike Jeffreys with Stuart Bocking on the political issues of the day in The Political Forum. Qantas announcing profit & job losses, and whether Bill Shorten should get Senator Conroy to apologise.

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