Bill Shorten shows how he's just like Tony, whilst Donald Trump sulks and Prof. Steve Keen forecasts the downfall of China.
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Not surprising, Bronwyn Bishop comes under scrutiny on Balls Radio this week. 
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27 Jul 2015

Bill Shorten shows how he's just like Tony, whilst Donald Trump sulks and Prof. Steve Keen forecasts the downfall of China.

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20 Jul 2015

It’s not the excessive travel budgets that should see Bronwyn Bishop leaving the speaker’s chair, it’s her partisan approach to her job.

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20 Jul 2015

Scott Walker is the latest Republican Presidential hopeful. Richard Kazimer explains why he doesn’t have a hope in hell. 

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20 Jul 2015

The US President says observation and a lifting of sanctions is the best way of keeping Iran’s nuclear aspirations in check. Of course, not all in the US agree.

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20 Jul 2015

The Sun’s scoop has hit headlines around the world. They were the first to bring the news that’s 80 years old.

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20 Jul 2015

Tim Farron is the Liberal Democrat’s new head and already struggling with the media. And could Jeremy Corbyn really be the next Labour leader?

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20 Jul 2015

It’s not just the helicopter flight, it’s her overseas expenses too. It seems few other politicians come even close to her high flying lifestyle.

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20 Jul 2015

A big question on Balls Radio – which toilet should transgender people use? It caused ructions at a department store in Auckland.

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20 Jul 2015

Shop owners in Auckland are divided on what the Chinatown district should be called. Any ideas? Plus the other big issues facing our trans-Tasman cousins.

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20 Jul 2015

Imagine a veg garden on your head. Or make your hat a renewable energy source. Some of the brilliant ideas that’ll probably never be adopted.

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20 Jul 2015

You can’t help admire the UK’s youngest politician, whose maiden speech has attracted more than 10 million views on YouTube.

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20 Jul 2015

While David Cameron argues that austerity measures are needed to help Britain grow, politicians have generously voted themselves a 10 percent pay rise.

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20 Jul 2015

Barack Obama has gone to prison – the first US President ever to do so. He was only visiting, of course. But he wants to see less people in there, and he has a plan.

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20 Jul 2015

In the US the Scouts’ executive committee has approved lifting a ban on openly gay leaders. Great progress, but it’s not quite policy yet.

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20 Jul 2015

Not surprising, Bronwyn Bishop comes under scrutiny on Balls Radio this week. 

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13 Jul 2015

Figures released from the Australian Tax Office show clear evidence of the rising rich poor gap. The increased in working poor will astound you!

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13 Jul 2015

Any Presidential hopeful without a billion dollars to support them doesn't stand a chance, saysRichard Kazimer. So you can write off newcomer to the race Jim Webb. Then there's Donald Trump.

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13 Jul 2015

Since the Charleston massacre, a hate crime that saw nine black people shot dead, white supremacists have been burning down Baptists churchs, with very little media coverage was Richard Kazimer.

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13 Jul 2015

This interviewed was recorded before the deal was supposedly struck, but the sentiment still stands. Just how much does Greece have to give away. Too much says economist Steve Keen.

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13 Jul 2015

If terrorists expected to spook the London population, their efforts failed. But, John Dobbie suggests a preoccupation with minute silences is overplayed.

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