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Every Monday and Thursday during the NRL season, you'll hear from Daily Telegraph journalists Phil Rothfield, Mick Carayannis, Fatima Kdouh, Paul Crawley, Dave Riccio, Brent Read and Adam Mobbs as they pull apart all the goings on in the NRL....
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We’re for Sydney and New South Wales, every day this podcast gives you the headlines of the day from the Daily Telegraph. You can listen on dailytelegraph.com.au, follow or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and ask your smart speaker to "play the news from the Daily Telegraph"
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Go beyond the back pages and join the Telegraph's rugby experts and big name guests as they tackle the game's most interesting trends, themes and talking points. Our unrivalled rugby coverage now available on the move! New episodes out Mondays. Previously on this podcast channel: Brian Moore's Full Contact Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The RAD Network Moccasin Telegraph podcast series centers around the themes of love, connection to the land, and the restoration of Indigenous sovereignty. Join us as we embark on a series of insightful and thought-provoking discussions on Indigenous-led solutions, the importance of restoring Indigenous sovereignty and connection to the land. From the people, for the people.
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Anthony Albanese has declared he will not go to the polls until he has broken the back of the cost-of-living crisis, saying he is committed to going the distance in his first term of government. A staggering 70 per cent of Queensland’s public hospital staff have been assaulted or witnessed violence at work a damning new survey has revealed, with wa…
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More than 60,000 of 80,000 failed asylum seekers still in the country have been allowed to remain here with full work and study rights. Patient prescriptions and private GP and healthcare provider information was among the data leaked in the major medical breach involving MediSecure. Victoria Police has rejected a recommendation to introduce nine-h…
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Almost 320,000 Australians have been unemployed for between two years and a decade despite living through the biggest jobs booms in Australia’s history. The University of Melbourne has warned pro-­Palestinian protesters occupying a major building on campus that it will send in police to break up their encampment because its “patience is now at an e…
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Michael Carayannis, Brent Read and David Riccio unpack a week of big news in the NRL. They speak about Ricky Stuart's new deal, Wayne Bennett’s impending deal and David Fifita's deal breaker. They also look at which club misses their big-name player the most and discuss the merits of the 10-day cooling-off period. As always, they answer your questi…
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The daughter of missing camper Carol Clay has told a jury she was concerned her mother’s affair with Russell Hill would become public after their disappearance. Apartments could become more affordable in Brisbane under Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner’s plan to remove outdated minimum carparking requirements for new developments in high-density areas. A…
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Police will be able to use metal-detecting “wands” in major public spaces where knife crimes have been committed in the past year, in a key change to proposed new powers driven by concerns about the safety of yearly events like the Easter Show. Accused High Country killer Gregory Lynn murdered campers Russell Hill and Carol Clay, probably after a d…
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Social media giants are being urged to work with the South Australian government as it seeks to legislate a ban on children under the age of 14 from the platforms. Treasurer Jim Chalmers will today sell a budget Labor claims will help struggling households, but a growing chorus of experts warn the plan will also keep crippling mortgage repayments h…
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Superstars Nathan Cleary and Tom Trbojevic join the NRL's burgeoning casualty ward and it has big ramifications for the NSW Blues. Brent Read, Fatima Kdouh and Pamela Whaley also take a look at the clubs shaping as genuine title contenders after 10 rounds, and the sides that had everyone fooled before round one. See omnystudio.com/listener for priv…
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Social media giants such as Meta and TikTok have been put on notice, with the federal government announcing a wide-ranging probe into online platforms’ potential harm to Australians. Confronting footage has emerged of pro-Palestinian students at Queensland’s largest university admitting they would be terrorists if involved in the overseas conflict.…
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Michael Carayannis hosts alongside Brent Read and David Riccio with the trio looking at the latest in the NRL transfer market. They explore why the Eels, North Queensland and the Warriors are struggling and assess how they rank. Dave also goes in-depth following his interview with sacked South Sydney coach Jason Demetriou and they answer your quest…
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A repeat domestic violence offender with an apprehended violence order banning him going near his former girlfriend ambushed her outside a Sydney gym and stabbed her in the throat with a kitchen knife. Jewish students and staff at Queensland’s top university fear for their safety after a suspected antisemitic attack on the office of a Jewish academ…
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Accused mushroom murderer Erin Patterson has formally entered not guilty pleas to three charges of murder and five of attempted murder as her case will be fast-tracked for trial to the Supreme Court. Premier Steven Miles’ $1000 election sweetener, spruiked as helping Queenslanders with their power bills, could be cashed out and spent on anything in…
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Under-18s will be banned from buying knives, raising the age limit from 16 while NSW Police will get new powers to search people for blades in response to the alleged stabbing of an Assyrian bishop in Wakeley and the Bondi Junction massacre. A new $400 bonus for an estimated 700,000 Victorian students will be unveiled as the key cost of living meas…
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Mobbsy is back and immediately has to separate Buzz and Mick as they debate the NRL sanctioning Phil Gould over his fiery comments. They play the blame game at South Sydney, whether the Rabbitohs or Eels are a better fit for Wayne Bennett. The boys talk about Luke Keary's retirement, compare the Bulldogs and Tigers rebuilds, Shane Flanagan's Cronul…
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Parents will be able to see social media through the eyes of their teenage children using a new tool exposing how young people can be surrounded by misogynistic content that promotes harmful attitudes toward women. Staff shortages, lenient consequences for poor behaviour and the false perception educators get 12 weeks off a year are some of the sys…
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Coward-punch killer Kieran Loveridge, whose unprovoked attack on a young man on a Kings Cross street 12 years ago shocked Sydney, is now out of jail and on a crusade to educate young men about the dangers of alcohol and violence, saying if anyone knows the horror consequences, it’s him. The union for prison officers has accused the Victorian govern…
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Child experts are calling for a national blanket ban on mobile phones in schools as they warn kids are struggling with basic skills in the classroom like reading for long periods of time, critical thinking and recognising emotions on faces. The father of accused Melbourne footballer Joel Smith says he fears his son is being “scapegoated” to cover u…
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Is Jason Demetriou’s fate inevitable? Brent Read, Fatima Kdouh and Pam Whaley delve into what the South Sydney board decide this week? Brad Arthur’s job security continues to be a hot topic, as the crew look at how Parramatta’s poor form will hurt the Origin chances of the club’s biggest stars and whether Mitchell Moses gets the nod ahead of Nicho …
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Anzac Day - unspoiled by commericalism or activism - is fast becoming our nation’s seminal day. Labor is on track for a savage electoral defeat as voters desert QLD Premier Steven Miles and the LNP extends its two-party lead just six months before the state election. Victorian homeowners could be forced to fork out thousands of dollars to upgrade o…
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The team of Michael Carayannis, Brent Read and Russell Jackson take a look at the off-field dramas at Canterbury and Cronulla. They discuss the Eels, pay tribute to Dale Finucane and speak about their favourite Anzac Day clash memory. Plus they look at recent signings and answer your questions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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War heroes and army veterans have slammed a group of pro-Palestine protesters who are set to rally at several city locations on Anzac Day. Police swooped on what they claim was a teen terror cell in Sydney’s southwest ­yesterday, arresting seven youths allegedly linked to the Wakeley church stabber. Queensland teachers are being stabbed with pencil…
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The countdown to the Paris 2024 Olympics is underway. If you love your sport and want to dive into deeper conversations with athletes ahead of the Olympics, you have to check out the new podcast En Route to Paris... It's hosted by former Australian water polo player and olympian Rowie Webster, and I can tell you now these are some of the biggest na…
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Elon Musk could afford to personally pay the fine for his social media platform X’s refusal to remove footage of a violent stabbing attack in Sydney for centuries, as the billionaire is accused of putting his “ego” ahead of “common decency”. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has admitted the government “needs to do more” to grapple with the growing d…
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Five young Victorian children – including two known to child protection – died from malnutrition and neglect in just 17 months during the pandemic. A NSW woman has allegedly been murdered by her ex-partner just over a fortnight after he was granted bail after being accused of raping her three times. Queensland’s youth crime epidemic has been laid b…
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Parramatta suffered a second half capitulation that has now put Brad Arthur's future squarely under the spotlight. Brent Read, Fatima Kdouh and Pamela Whaley breakdown Arthur's future and the fate of the Eels' season without Mitchell Moses. The crew also discuss where Adam O'Brien turns if star fullback Kalyn Ponga is ruled out long term for the Kn…
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Pro-Palestine activists are turning up at University of Melbourne classrooms and photographing students after asking for a show of hands to indicate who agrees with their views on the Israel-Gaza war. A teenager has been charged after allegedly attacking an Assyrian Christian bishop during a livestreamed service at a church in Sydney’s southwest af…
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Buzz, Brent Read and Michael Carayannis explore the monster James Fisher-Harris news and what it means not only for the Panthers and the Warriors but for the rest of the NRL. Buzz has an interesting take on Payne Haas while they also look at Des Hasler coming against his former club. The boys take a look at all the recent signings and answer your q…
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Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has hinted that a brave Frenchman who faced off with a rampaging knifeman, who stabbed six people to death in Bondi Junction, on Saturday may jump the queue to become an Australian citizen. Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci has been threatened with jail time after refusing to answer questions about the supermarket chain’s…
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After one aborted, then abandoned, criminal trial and two successful out of court settlements Bruce Lehrmann was on Monday found to have raped Brittany Higgins. The Victorian government is pushing for a “substantial ­increase” for workers on minimum and award wages, well ahead of the “economically ­responsible” lift other states want amid warnings …
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A war of words has erupted between Ricky Stuart and Des Hasler but did either coach cross the line? Brent Read, Fatima Kdouh and Pamela Whaley also take a look at how the next week will unfold at South Sydney as the once proud club slumps even further. Zac Lomax is now not only one of the Dragons' best but one of the best wingers in the NRL, will h…
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Drug dealing would be virtually impossible for criminals without social media and apps like Meta-owned WhatsApp, with a new study finding 70 per cent of Australians use them to buy illicit substances. NSW households face paying at least $20 a year extra on their electricity bills after a blowout in the already massive cost of a new privately owned …
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In a devastating on-air moment, a Channel Seven veteran has announced the tragic death of Sunrise reporter Nathan Templeton. A $1 billion money laundering and tax evasion syndicate has been busted by the Australian Federal Police, who claim 1200 business were cashing in on the scheme. Security footage has captured the moments after a 21-year-old Ad…
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The state government is looking at charging foreigners more to buy property in NSW, with Treasurer Daniel Mookhey declaring money from overseas investors should be directed to help “build new homes”. A large group of Hells Angels bikies charged over a joy ride have appeared in court, prompting a heavy police presence in Adelaide’s CBD. Double time …
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The man charged with murdering his ex-girlfriend, who was found dead in a burnt-out car near Ballarat, posted a tribute after her death saying he would “forever love you” and allegedly messaged friends claiming she had taken her own life. The owner of an e-scooter that allegedly set fire to a hotel room, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars wor…
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Students were shown pictures of adults who had undergone transgender transformation surgery, and incest and bestiality were discussed in an unsupervised sex-ed session in an Adelaide school. Former Seven producer Taylor Auerbach says that Bruce Lehrmann was reimbursed by the network for drugs and prostitutes during a night out which prompted him to…
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Australia’s next Governor-General will be a female corporate high-flyer with a long history of advocacy on gender, climate and Indigenous issues. A Queensland pumped hydroelectricity project slated to cut through the world’s platypus capital and furiously opposed by locals could balloon to $18bn – the state’s most expensive project ever. Bosses at …
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Former Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrmann’s defamation trial against Network Ten and presenter Lisa Wilkinson has been reopened at the 11th hour after sensational new evidence was presented to the Federal Court. Parents in Sydney’s booming northwest are being forced to make 90 minute round trips to pick up their children from their catchment primary sc…
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A motorcycle rider was killed in a crash during a police chase in Sydney’s inner west yesterday afternoon. A Caboolture mother claims Queensland Health failed her toddler, who is now brain-damaged and fighting for life in intensive care after contracting the usually harmless hand, foot and mouth disease. The Victorian Premier’s office is fighting t…
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Ex-Victoria Police chief commissioner Kel Glare says he is disgusted by footy’s secret “off the books” drug testing regime and called for the resignation of all AFL chiefs who had knowledge of its existence. The man accused of killing a real estate agent and seriously injuring her co-worker in a random daylight stabbing attack will have his case fa…
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About 100 current AFL players have been granted secret immunity from the AFL’s three-strike drugs policy. More than 90,000 new homes are stuck in the planning system, as young people are forced to flee NSW because they can’t find a place to live. South Australia's average wages have suffered cuts of more than seven per cent in past three years. A t…
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An IT worker at a Sydney high school has allegedy been busted with child abuse material after hacking the school’s computers in order to steal his colleagues’ credit card details. A former Melbourne Football Club doctor has sensationally ­admitted to conducting “off the books” illicit drug tests – ­allegedly authorised by the AFL – to help players …
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A Facebook whistleblower has warned about unregulated access to Meta platforms by Aussie kids. The family of a woman raped and killed by Jonathon Bakewell has called for an urgent inquiry as the killer is released again. Australian schools are facing a chronic shortage of qualified maths teachers. A legal fight over a cancelled Australian Grand Pri…
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The Benji Marshall era has begun, but will it be the end of an era at Leichhardt? Fatima, Readman and Mobbsy deliver the latest from Tiger Town, look at the Jake Trbojevic obstruction furore, Penrith's sneaky fifth tackle blocking play, how Taylan May escaped sanction for breaking Reece Walsh's cheekbone, trouble at the burrow for bottom-of-the-lad…
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