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Digging ditches for womens day

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09 Mar 2015

Digging ditches for womens day

Tony Abbott celebrated International Womens' Day by digging ditches, something he described in his college days as a job for men. 

Back in his college days, as President of Sydney Uni Student Union, Tony Abbott explained the difference between men and women. Men, for example, are more likely to be digging ditches. How apt then, that he spent part of the International Womens Day digging the dirt to kick start WestConnex. One of a myriad of stories on this week’s Balls Radio.

00:00 Intro

02:10 Looking for MH370

05:00 Men on Womens’ Day

10:13 Darren Wilson cleared on all charges

15:59 Alabama: confused over gay marriage

21:32 David Cameron’s debate quandary

25:00 The BBC’s puff piece on Farage

28:02 More climate change deniers

30:00 Richard Denniss on the Intergenerational report

53:27 Boston bombing trial

1:00:23 Elephants pack their trunks

1:05:50 The Mighty Kauri Tree

1:07:50 Haka isn’t just for rugby

1:10:10 More Kiwi wine, less free trade

1:16:00 The Plebgate payout

1:19:14 The Parking election promise

1:23:45 The Aussie who posted himself home

1:29:23 What’s the Big Idea (Money, shopping, internet and travel)

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