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The practice of teachers choosing their friends or the union delegate to conduct official evaluations of how well they deliver lessons and manage a classroom of students will cease after the state government put a stop to the practice. It’s been revealed a husband kept his wife alive by breathing into her mouth and begging her not to give up as the…
 
Welcome to this week's episode. We are talking about the founder of Patagonia giving up his company for climate change, Mike Pompeo running for President, Ginni Thomas being interviewed soon about her involvement with January 6, Alex Jones' latest in court and his role as controlled opposition over the years, Shaun King's shady multi-million dollar…
 
It's a massive week of finals but we open the show with Buzz's breaking news about his old Thai takeaway store.When we finally turn to footy, Mobbsy, Mick and Buzz argue whether Parramatta need to make the grand final to classify their season a success. They break down the preliminary finals between the Cowboys-Eels and Panthers-Rabbitohs, look at …
 
The Perrottet government will refuse to hand over data to Queensland to help Annastacia Palaszczuk slug NSW residents thousands if they own property in the Sunshine State. A behaviour expert is being brought in by the state government to pull school students into line after a disturbing rise in bullying, racism, misogyny and vile sexual discussions…
 
A shame file of physical and emotional abuse and sexual misconduct by teachers and staff against disabled kids has revealed hundreds of allegations in NSW schools. NSW Prisoners are boasting, joking and rapping on TikTok, starring in video clips while behind bars. Legitimate companies, with long and unblemished histories, allegedly allowed a drug s…
 
Labor leader Chris Minns spent longer filming Instagram videos than he did inside hospital emergency departments during a weekend social media blitz attacking the government over nurse staffing levels. TV star Karl Stefanovic has been embroiled in a police investigation after a waiter at a charity gala claimed he was touched and complained to polic…
 
People caught with small amounts of illicit drugs would be able to avoid court for their first two offences under landmark drug reforms which Premier Dominic Perrottet says strike “the right balance” between enforcement and rehabilitation. The drunk and drugged driver who killed the three Abdallah children and their cousin before his jail time was …
 
NSW Police numbers are in danger of going backwards, with a record amount of officers retiring, and the waiting list for new recruits badly wanting, The Daily Telegraph can reveal. Police are gaining the upper hand in Sydney’s gang war for the first time, charging a man over the murder of Bilal Hamze on the same day they carried out a crime scene w…
 
In the longest of goodbyes, Queen Elizabeth was due to be laid to rest in the early hours of Tuesday morning, Australia time, after her funeral service stopped the world. Convicted killers would not be released on parole unless they help police find the body of their victims under government legislation expected to be introduced to parliament on We…
 
World leaders will join the royal family to farewell Queen Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey, among 2000 special guests at the funeral. Souths, Penrith and Parramatta are through to the preliminary finals and the Sydney Swans aim to win their first AFL premiership since 2012. A young man who was “lucky” not to kill five friends has been granted bail a…
 
Mario Fenech would come home “pissed off” that The Footy Show was making him the butt of jokes while his memory was starting to deteriorate. Properties in pockets of Sydney have become more than $100,000 cheaper. Sydney held off Collingwood to advance to Saturday’s AFL Grand Final. Married At First Sight a walk in the park compared to pregnancy for…
 
A patient has been stuck in hospital for more than five years despite being medically cleared for discharge three years ago Former Roosters captain Boyd Cordner, who retired at just 29 because of concussion, has opened up on his toughest moments dealing with the issue Talentmanager Titus Day remains on bail and out of jail this weekend after a cour…
 
The Commonwealth Attorney-General has been called in by NSW Police to keep an alleged major player in Sydney’s underworld behind bars. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and a packed plane of Australians flew out of Sydney last night to farewell Queen Elizabeth II in London. A super Saturday of sport kicks off a packed calendar of events that’ll pump …
 
The Storm and Roosters were knocked out of the finals, as was James Tedesco from a high shot, and it's got Buzz worried about a trend developing. Phil Rothfield, Adam Mobbs and Michael Carayannis revisit the carnage of last week, preview this week's must-win semi-finals between the Eels and Raiders, and the Sharks and Rabbitohs. The boys answer the…
 
Inner city renters are being booted out of their homes after questioning massive rental hikes, with jumps of up to $300 a week. A union move to turn off Opal card readers could end up in the courts. A public square in the heart of Sydney is due to be named in honour of Queen Elizabeth II. Souths eliminated the Roosters from the premiership race and…
 
Mr Perrottet scrapped an offer from then-Prince Charles to meet with him because it was to have come at the end of a marathon trade tour. A company backed by Jeff Bezos is suing the NSW Police. Murray Bartlett and Sarah Snook lead an Australian charge at the Emmys. Punters urged to take public transport for Saturday’s footy finals at Moore Park. Fo…
 
King Charles III is planning a visit to Australia in one of his first moves as monarch, with details of the trip yet to be finalised. Ten outstanding Australians have been invited to the Queen’s funeral. A paparazzo charged with assaulting another has won an appeal against his conviction. NRL clubs feel betrayed over suburban stadium funding. For u…
 
The long, solemn journey to farewell one of the most defining figures of our lifetime began last night before a heartbroken nation. Buxton car crash driver was the only person in the vehicle wearing a seat belt. Teal independent thinks NSW Coalition could stave off a ‘teal’ attack. Cate Blanchett wins the best actor award at the Venice Film Festiva…
 
King Charles III has been officially proclaimed monarch in a solemn Accession Council ceremony televised for the first time in history. Novak Djokovic is set to make a return to the Australian Open in January. An “in-house” medical service being run by the Sydney CBD’s biggest licenced venue has been suspended by the government. The son-in-law of 2…
 
We begin this episode talking about the drama and turn of events regarding UFC 279 while rolling right into an AI expert who touts virtual babies as the next biggest thing since the Bronze Age revolution. No, not a video game. Another solution to *you guessed it* climate change. If that doesn't make your skin crawl, we get into Brett Favre having b…
 
King Charles has requested an 18-day mourning period for Queen Elizabeth, as well wishers are told where to lay flowers. King Charles III has now begun his first day as the nation’s new monarch. With the passing of Queen Elizabeth, “ownership” of The Crown Estate will be handed down to King Charles III. Royal commentators are asking what is next fo…
 
Police claim the driver who allegedly killed five mates in a Buxton crash, filmed himself driving dangerously just an hour before. Disturbing Nazi incident at Cranbrook School. China has been warned not to recklessly interfere with one of the world’s largest naval exercises. Fight is on for the NRL’s best playmaking duo in tonight’s Battle of the W…
 
It's NRL finals time and things are getting intense. Buzz, Mobbsy and Mick discuss the NRL's decision to suspend Taylan May's ban over an assault charge until next year and Phil Gould's bizarre reaction to it. Mick takes us deep inside the great Manly divide as the club tears itself apart. We talk suburban footy grounds, fans' right to boo and we p…
 
The teenager at the wheel of a car that killed five of his friends when it crashed has been spoken to by police in a lengthy interview. The state government and the Greater Sydney Commission will today unveil a discussion paper on the six-city plan. PM Anthony Albanese vows his government will continue fighting for jailed Australian journalist Chen…
 
The housing shortage raises fears there’s nowhere for skilled migrants to live, with critical workers already forced out of rentals. Teachers have been told not to be critical of misbehaving students in their school reports. Rolling rail strikes in August saw train passenger numbers plunge. The Premier has called for the Commonwealth government to …
 
Further strikes are possible if the RTBU doesn’t get a resolution in the Fair Work Commission, in hearings set down for today and tomorrow. Higher standards of respect at school will be a major focus of an education reform agenda. Mystery person captured on CCTV running from a $24m waterfront property before it went up in flames could hold the key …
 
An allowance of more than $3000 each year for workers who do not undertake illegal strikes are among the perks enjoyed by Sydney Trains employees. Police are investigating an incident in which a student at one of Sydney’s top private schools Mobile phones would be banned in public schools if Labor wins the state election And She found her fame on r…
 
Speed camera operators have been banned from “hiding” between parked cars and behind bushes It was an email dump that brought a Sydney financial planner undone Sydney's residential real estate market may be treading water, but the pub market is booming And Abhorrent cases of animal cruelty – some so graphic they cannot be published – are on the ris…
 
The man who once led the investigation into the disappearance of William Tyrrell is calling for a public inquiry into the handling of the case Paris Olympic organisers are considering removing airconditioning from athletes’ Behind the frosted windows of what looks like a ­deserted building in Kings Cross, the lives of drug users are quietly being s…
 
A secret chat room set up by students from elite Knox Grammar School had more than 150 participants A spate of violent and deadly youth crimes in NSW will be tackled by a new Youth Crime Taskforce Labor will seek to introduce legislation this year to simplify the Better Off Overall Test and widen access to multi-­employer bargaining And Sydney Roos…
 
Three weeks in a row and we have made it every week! On this episode we are discussing some very very interesting things. First, I wanted to look into the Anne Heche death and see for myself what was there. There was obviously some conspiracy stuff, QAnon style, floating around so I thought it proper to test out the theories and see what lies on th…
 
It's the most anticipated last round in years and Phil Rothfield, Adam Mobbs and Michael Carayannis break down the games with major finals ramifications. Brisbane's preparations for their must-win clash with the Dragons was rocked by Tyson Gamble's revelations that players turn to Adam Reynolds for advice over coach Kevin Walters. The boys talk the…
 
Students at one of Sydney’s most elite private schools set up a chat room where vile child abuse mat­erial, racist and homophobic videos were posted The first Metro services to Sydney’s south-west could be delayed by up to a year Detectives who investigated the murder of Lynette Dawson believe her husband Chris buried her body somewhere on the stat…
 
Bus and train services will be dramatically reduced across Sydney again today Chris Dawson’s face got redder and redder as Justice Ian Harrison tore his ­defence to shreds Australian of the Year Dylan Alcott will join the high-profile line-up at the Albanese government’s landmark Jobs and Skills summit And Convicted South Australian drug trafficker…
 
The once high-flying footballer, model and high school teacher Chris Dawson will today face a judge and learn his fate Stage three tax cuts will live another day under the federal Labor government Get in early enough to the historic first two nights of footy at the new Allianz Stadium and you’ll be able to drink up at 49 per cent off the usual pric…
 
The new Sydney Football Stadium at Moore Park had its official opening Comanchero bikie heavyweight Tarek Zahed has been dramatically arrested by police in Sydney over a 2014 murder Disgraced prison boss Wayne ­Astill, known as the Silver Fox, has spent his first nights on the other side of the prison bars And The number of NSW residents who vape h…
 
More than $7 billion worth of ice is being taken a year as use of the drug infiltrates all classes Asylum seeker turnbacks, tax cuts and the recognition of Palestine are among a slew of contentious Federal government policy positions under threat after a successful power grab by the ALP Left. This year’s NAPLAN results have been delayed after Covid…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The Skepsis Telegraph where we look into what we do not know about what we do know. And on today's episode we know that Fauci is stepping down from his current position is director of the NIAID (I think I spelled all of that right). It is no surprise as he has been talking for a while about Biden's presidential te…
 
Regional NSW will get a vital injection of healthcare workers A silent pandemic devastating lives is also having a serious impact on the economy, Former drug dealer and Sydney restaurateur Richard Buttrose has won a secret payout from Corrective Services NSW And Wayne Bennett has blasted critics of the Dolphins following accusations Redcliffe has b…
 
A bumper episode as Adam Mobbs, Phil Rothfield and Michael Carayannis preview the big Round 24 games with all their finals ramifications. The boys send out a search party for Benji Marshall in the wake of the Wests Tigers' latest capitulation, reveal the Sharks' big stadium win and Buzz and Mick fire up over where Alex Johnston sits among rugby lea…
 
Patients needing emergency care in a regional NSW hospital are “taking their lives in their own hands”, as staff short­ages across the bush reach crisis point. About 170 homes in NSW have been left unfinished following the failure of Oracle Building Corporation Workers who choose not to join their trade union would be forced to pay a fee worth hund…
 
Australian woman Cheng Lei, who has been held in a Chinese jail for more than two years on national ­security charges, fears her eyesight has deteriorated John Farnham faces a long road to recovery following a 10-hour surgery to treat cancer. At just 22, Geordie Horan has already been to too many funerals, all for mates who have taken their own liv…
 
Regional mayors are begging for the NSW government to overthrow archaic planning laws in a bid to solve the housing crisis in the bush. A woman who was in a relationship with fallen cricket legend Michael Slater says he threatened to publish personal images without her consent among other things Missing toddler William Tyrrell’s foster parents have…
 
Welcome to the latest episode of The Skepsis Telegraph where we look into what we do not know about what we do know. And on this episode we are talking about Joe Biden actually forgiving up to $3.6 billion dollars of student loan debts; but is there a catch? Then we talk about a missing Air Force caption that has been found after thirty five years!…
 
Elderly residents in the bush are being forced out of the towns they have called home their entire lives and into nursing homes hours away or hospital beds, as the regional aged care system buckles amid a lack of ­investment and surging demand. NSW Police are now working to prevent alleged organised crime groups in Bankstown and Punchbowl. Qantas w…
 
Lametta Fadlallah’s killers are believed to have paid $500,000 to take out the gangster mum in a plot motivated by revenge, underworld sources said. Paul Green’s shattered parents have opened up about the pain of the NRL legend’s death and the memories they have of their “baby boy”. More than half the country’s disability employment providers will …
 
Teachers, childcare workers and coaches were among the men arrested in Australia’s largest online child abuse probe. Cashed up home buyers have been shelling out record sums for Sydney’s best homes despite soaring interest rates pulling the market into a slump expected to last well into next year. Waiting lists for children needing surgery have blo…
 
The NRL grand final is up for sale in a Super Bowl-style bidding war after league boss Peter V’landys awarded the decider to Sydney for this season only. Colouring-in posters given to Year 1 students at a NSW primary school accusing Australians of genocide have been called “indoctrination” and “propaganda”. Shark nets will remain on Australia’s mos…
 
New father Michael Carayannis is back and joins Phil Rothfield and Adam Mobbs as they discuss the Kalyn Ponga-Kurt Mann toilet cubicle incident at Newcastle. They look at the Knights' lack of leadership as Buzz reveals a cool Brad Clyde story in the wake of Newcastle standing down Bradman Best and Enari Tuala for missing the team bus. They argue wh…
 
THE school playground is becoming the recruitment centre for teenagers looking to radicalise vulnerable and lonely kids, A SYDNEY mayor whose council takes in Bondi Beach wants shark nets removed this summer despite only one fatal attack occurring on a pro­tected beach since nets were introduced in NSW almost 100 years ago. KISS rock gods Paul Stan…
 
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