A Jewish group has labelled an auction of Nazi memorability ‘morally repugnant’, but what are the ethics of selling such items? And where is the market for them? Auctioneer and Antiques expert Mat Donelly is with us to talk it through.
Th Australian Christian Lobby has taken up the fight for Israel Folau’s fundraising campaign after GoFundMe cancelled it. On today’s show Liberal Party Senator Eric Abets spoke with Oliver Peterson, he says it’s a fight for our freedom of speech and ultimately this will be a test case for all of us in Australia.
Tens of thousands of WA public servants have been offered a ‘new’ public holiday amidst negotiations with the state government over pay. The extra holiday is expected to be taken in lieu of Easter Sunday. Gareth Parker looked at some of the current conditions in place for public sector workers, before speaking with Industrial Relations […]
Throughout history families have been keeping secrets from each other, whether it be a secret child, a small fortune or another marriage. Some of these secrets will be exposed in a new documentary series. Australian icon Noni Hazlehurst will delve into the past of some families in the new SBS series Every Family Has A […]
Boxing champion Danny Green is sick of the stupidity he’s seeing and wants to stop the coward’s punch. The inaugural Coward’s Punch Week has been launched and Green says people don’t realise the consequences of a split second decision. “People are losing their lives and being maimed and seriously injured forever, psychologically and physically. And […]
The West Coast Eagles were inaccurate against Essendon last week, but still managed to claim the victory despite the 22 behinds recorded. Josh Kennedy says he got the yips after a couple of misses. “As a team, we missed a fair few shots, we were probably kicking from pretty wide and pretty far out. Still, […]