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Both major parties are heading to the polls with Australians undecided who would make a better prime minister, according to an election-eve poll. Loved ones of a grandmother who died after waiting seven hours for paramedics have blasted the state government. Taxpayers may end up forking out up to $28 million to bail out hundreds of families left wi…
 
Welcome to the latest episode of The Skepsis Telegraph, where we are looking at all the things we don't know about all the things we do know. What we know this time is that humans have an origin. What we didn't know is that our origins have an origin and it's rich. At the beginning of modern history circa 9,600 BCE when the first settlements began …
 
It's been a massive week at the Bulldogs and Phil Rothfield, Adam Mobbs and Russell Jackson look at Trent Barrett's departure, who should replace him and why the pain is far from over for Canterbury supporters. Buzz reveals the feuds he buried during Magic Round, Craig Bellamy's decision on his future and they preview the big weekend of footy. As a…
 
Tens of thousands of people who tested positive to Covid before Tuesday face being denied the right to vote in what has been labelled an assault on democracy. Terminally ill people in NSW will be able to choose when they die after parliament voted to legalise euthanasia A speed limit change on a key Sydney road has led to the total amount of low ra…
 
An impassioned Islamic imam has warned Sydney’s bloody gang war could soon spill into funeral service....as he calls for peace at the gravesite of murdered criminal Rami Iskkander. One of Australia’s biggest home building companies Metricon is set for crisis talks with government amid rising costs of materials and massive delays hitting customers. …
 
NSW police have sweeping new powers to knock down the doors of convicted drug dealers without a warrant in a trial targeting four areas across the state including Sydney's south- west. The high-voltage power line from former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull’s Snowy 2.0 hydro-electric plant is about to rip through his mother-in-law’s farm. A marketin…
 
An alleged associate of shot Comanchero Tarek Zahed is among seven people linked to outlaw bikie gangs arrested during police operations to stamp out Sydney’s gang war. A surprising new national poll has found young Aussies in their 20s are more likely to support Australia retaining the monarchy than adults in their 30s and 40s. Domestic violence s…
 
Empty nesters will be offered bonuses to lure them out of their homes to ease Australia’s housing crisis. Australia's longest road tunnel is set to slash commutes and ease holiday congestion in the Blue Mountains, opening up the Central West to Greater Sydney. The Sunday Telegraph can reveal associates of slain gangster Omar Zahed refused to let hi…
 
Star Labor candidate And­rew Charlton has blamed an “oversight” for breaching electoral laws The wives and girlfriends of bikies could be hauled in for questioning and threatened with jail if they don’t answer questions A group of accused drug smugglers and dealers arrested in a world-wide police sting have formed a coalition And Popstar Cody Simps…
 
High profile “independents” trumpeting transparency have arrogantly refused to properly detail where they stand on China’s advance in the Pacific Union bosses are demanding Transport for NSW rip out $1bn worth of safety equipment and build compartments for old-style guards in a move which could spark more industrial action and chaos on the city’s r…
 
This week we have someone come off the bench to make their debut and open the show with Buzz while we waited for Readie to turn up after he was stuck in traffic. Buzz told us about his bow tie mishap at the boxing, we also talked Magic Round, what's doing at the Roosters, new Souths skipper Cody Walker and what we're having for dinner. To read ever…
 
Anthony Albanese’s call for workers to receive a 5.1 per cent pay hike in line with inflation directly contradicts the work of his shadow treasury The state government has given the green light to abolishing the traditional 9am to 3pm school day and running activities like homework clubs after class Little Maddison Hunter has just turned one but sh…
 
A drug mule has drowned while trying to smuggle an estimated 50-plus kilograms of cocaine to shore near the Port of Newcastle. Labor's plan to give 5000 high achieving Australian students cash to take up teaching has failed a basic maths test Top legal professionals have joined the NSW Attorney-General to pay tribute to one of NSW’s most respected …
 
Climate 200-backed independents who would sway a minority government are demanding emissions cuts far more extreme than even their mega-rich green backer Simon Holmes a Court considers necessary. One of the state’s most respected judges is on life support in hospital after suffering a suspected stroke. Families will be front and centre of next mont…
 
Maverick Nationals Senator Matt Canavan is being deployed into mining seats across Australia as the Coalition tries to navigate a working class path to victory in the final two weeks of the campaign. A former army officer turned lawyer has warned both sides of politics that more good people will be lost unless they put a stop to the Australian Defe…
 
A year into her service, a military police officer learned that reporting sexual assault would leave her shunned, bullied and treated like a pest at a well-oiled, male-dominated military base. In a massive privacy breach, patient pathology results are being recycled as scrap note paper at Shoalhaven Hospital. Sydney’s boom suburbs are now the areas…
 
Labor Leader Anthony Albanese’s own Labor colleagues have turned on him just two weeks from the polls saying he has been “found out” over his “cringe-worthy” failure to remember his own National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) policy. Warringah MP Zali Steggall is facing claims her independent fundraising arm may have broken the same donation tr…
 
Phil Rothfield ups and leaves mid-podcast as he, Brent Read and Michael Carayannis dissect the issues around the Newcastle Knights. The boys talk about expansion, which players will struggle to keep their Origin spots, player movement and answer your questions. To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast g…
 
Labor’s eastern suburbs drop-in candidate for Paramatta Andrew Charlton was unable to name three of the area’s restaurants when put on the spot by a local reporter. Australia will develop cutting-edge ­unmanned submarines and purchase ­upgraded missiles to boost the “agility and potency” of the navy’s war-fighting capability as it looks to maintain…
 
Interest rates are on the rise for the first time since St George-Illawarra were NRL premiers... Thousands of children will spend today at home or in under staffed schools as teachers across NSW strike over pay and working ­conditions. Former top cop Gary Jubelin has admitted an ex-person of interest in the William Tyrrell disappearance has had his…
 
Children have been told to stop eating ham sandwiches in messages created by the Cancer Council and slipped into public school newsletters by teachers. Only a fraction of youths caught with weapons in the past five years have served time in jail as a psychologist warns the recent surge in street gangs is now a bigger threat than terrorism. Sydney h…
 
Coalition candidate Katherine Deves claims the “silent majority” of Australians support her campaign to protect women’s sport. Fears that desperately-needed homes won’t be built after job commencement nosedived in the last quarter of 2021. The Health Services Union calls for an overhaul of the ambulance network with 2500 more paramedics and localis…
 
Lisa Curry has revealed the last moments of her daughter Jaimi’s life, sitting by her hospital bed pleading with her to open her eyes. Manly forward Karl Lawton has spoken about his send-off nightmare. State government ministers are in revolt after being ­advised to avoid the word “mate”. A Labor government would help Australians enter the property…
 
Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin was named Australian of the Year but the decision was overturned and handed to cricketer Steve Waugh. The cost of prescription drugs will be slashed in what would be the biggest change to the ­affordability of medicine in 70 years. A Farmer Wants A Wife star has admitted he broke into his ex-girlfriend’s property and th…
 
A legal spat’s brewing within Sydney’s Buttrose clan, with the matriarch of the family taking two of her children to the NSW Supreme Court. Police sources say convicted killer Mahmoud “Brownie” Ahmad essentially had a death wish in the weeks preceding his assassination. More than 24,000 furious Qantas customers have signed a petition complaining ab…
 
Buzz, Readman and MC blow up at each other at Phil Gould’s intervention at Canterbury training. The trio discuss Daniel Tupou’s tackle, Ricky Stuart’s Raiders and Josh Schuster’s desire to play six . Plus they answer your questions. To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast go to dailytelegraph.com.au an…
 
Homeowners must brace for mortgage “shock” with an official cash rate rise likely as early as next week, as inflation soars. Western Sydney patients with life-threatening health conditions are waiting more than 20 minutes just to be ­assigned an ambulance. A jobs windfall awaits the Hunter Valley under a Coalition plan to make it a global leader in…
 
Labor’s Kristina Keneally and And­rew Charlton have been branded “westie wannabes” by senior state Liberal David Elliott. The teachers union has been branded selfish by fed-up parents for using the first day of the school term to threaten strike action. A senior US envoy would not rule out military action against Solomon Islands if China establishe…
 
School staff shortages are set to continue well into the new term despite growing calls from experts to dump vaccine mandates. Labor is upping the stakes in Parramatta, pledging millions of dollars in hyper-local election commitments. Australian security experts agree with Defence Minister Peter Dutton’s assessment that the nation must “prepare for…
 
FORMER rugby league star Brett Kenny has been charged with assault after an alter­cation on the Central Coast. AFTER two years of limited Anzac Day dawn services and marches, Australians young and old are being urged to come out and show support for our brave veterans today. MORE than a dozen Labor MPs including some potential ministers in an Alban…
 
IN A decision that will send shockwaves through the golf world, Greg Norman is secretly hatching plans for a one-off comeback at this year’s 150th British Open. DEPUTY Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s security detail was forced to jump in front of a car and stop a man from verbally attacking the Nationals leader in a menacing incident near Tamworth ­…
 
THE official Facebook page of a Labor branch in the heart of Anthony Albanese’s electorate of Grayndler has been caught out posting anti-Semitic, misogynist, and offensive memes about prominent Liberal party figures, a day after the Labor leader attacked Scott Morrison for trying to “divide” people. INSTALLING security cameras, cracking down on alc…
 
Brent Read joins Phil Rothfield and Michael Carayannis to summarise the Ponga situation. They discuss Jackson Hastings' heroics, Canberra's shake-up and Canterbury's Covid crisis. Plus they answer your questions. To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Daily Telegraph NRL Podcast go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a sub…
 
Welcome back to our next installment diving into all things Gobekle Tepe. All roads have led to this moment: discussing the infamous Pillar 43, also known as The Vulture Stone. The vulture is a symbol that has shown up in all the ancient cities and cultures that have flourished since the emergence of modern civilization circa 9,600 BCE. The vulture…
 
SQUARING off face-to-face for the first time since the federal election began, Scott Morrison will pitch stability and prosperity against Anthony Albanese’s message of integrity and care in a crucial test for both leaders. PREMIER Dominic Perrottet has thrown his weight behind women and girls fighting for transgender athletes to be ­excluded from w…
 
DESPITE a weeklong barrage of bad publicity following a series of gaffes, Anthony Albanese is adamant he has had a strong campaign and will not waiver from his “strategy”. NSW Treasurer Matt Kean ignored his own directive for companies to promote more women onto boards by replacing the female chair of ­WaterNSW with a man. A KEY witness for Nine ne…
 
Labor will go on the attack with a pivot to a Mediscare-style campaign against Scott Morrison’s team, as the ­opposition battles to reset after a disastrous first week ­derailed by Anthony Albanese’s errors. Premier Dominic Perrottet has vowed to review NSW’s foster care system after furious advocates slammed the current laws as “disastrous” and “u…
 
Thousands of families left homeless after the devastating floods will be able to relocate to temporary housing “pods” as they rebuild their lives. After 15 years at the Nine Network, rugby league Immortal Andrew Johns is struggling to accept a demotion from the commentary box to sideline duties. Police are exploring possible links to a notorious Sy…
 
Twenty-five years after a headless body was found in a river southwest of Sydney police have ramped up efforts to find the man’s killers and finally end the mystery. A Sydney developer shared in a $200,000 profit on land it bought from Canada Bay Council after its mayor did not declare the buyer was a friend and donor of his. Suspended Liberal NSW …
 
Rugby league boss Peter V’landys has vowed to use the power and influence of his sport to fight the gang bloodshed in Western Sydney. Anthony Albanese was forced to clean up another potential campaign mess for Labor after saying turning back asylum seeker boats meant offshore detention wasn’t needed. Scott Morrison has refused to admit he broke a k…
 
Brent Read is back and he joins Phil Rothfield and Michael Carayannis. The boys discuss all the drama at the Tigers and Dragons with Buzz putting a timeline on Michael Maguire’s future. They also debate how South Sydney will go without Latrell Mitchell and dissect the Cleary’s deal. To read everything that's discussed in this episode of the Daily T…
 
The gang crisis plaguing Western Sydney is now sweeping the entire city, from Blacktown to Bondi, with police mounting an all-fronts assault to try and stop the bloodshed. As travel chaos descended across airports Australia-wide and passengers faced huge delays, it’s been revealed Qantas head office staff were last week treated to a festival of Zum…
 
NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard is prepared to go it alone and scrap restrictive Covid-isolation rules if other states insist on keeping them. Police are investigating whether the fatal stabbing of a teenage carnival worker at the Royal Easter Show is linked to ongoing violence between rival postcode gangs from Western Sydney. Anthony Albanese no …
 
Rugby league boss Peter V’landys and NRL chief executive Andrew Abdo are calling on the NSW government to bring in tougher penalties to tackle pitch invaders after two matches were interrupted over the weekend. Labor's campaign was in crisis on day one with Anthony Albanese forced to issue an embarrassing apology after he could not recall critical …
 
A special task force to combat bullying in schools is being created in the wake of teenager Matilda “Tilly” Rosewarne’s heartbreaking suicide as Education Minister Sarah Mitchell vows to save other students from falling through the cracks. Sydney Roosters superstar Isabelle Kelly inspired a history-making NRLW premiership win over St George Illawar…
 
Scott Morrison will head to Canberra today to ask Governor-General David Hurley to fire the starting gun for an election to be held no later than May, 21. Authorities are investigating claims chronic poker machine addicts were given cash handouts of up to $1050 a week to keep them hooked It has been 24 years since her son Arthur Haines tragically d…
 
New research has revealed first-home buyers hoping to get into the market with help from recently ­expanded federal initiatives are facing slim pickings in Sydney. A $400,000 plan to address the critical teacher shortage by luring and training “career changers” into the profession is still being designed with not one new staff member having yet bee…
 
Dozens of people have been rescued from flash flooding and thousands ordered to leave their homes as experts tipped rising water to break decades-old records overnight... A major new hospital in Sydney’s west could be built on top of an old rubbish tip contaminated with asbestos, lead and other hazardous waste. A north shore council has been accuse…
 
Buzz is back as he, Mick and Mobbsy fire up over the furore of Kyle Flanagan's NRL recall. The boys talk about Canterbury's salary cap position from 2023 onwards and their surprise link to a big-name Origin star. Buzz broke the story on Kalyn Ponga's Wayne Bennett meeting and gives his verdict, they preview the NRLW grand final between the Dragons …
 
The Liberal member who took the Prime Minister to court in a bid to block the endorsement of candidates in 12 seats has been expelled from the NSW Liberal party. The Panthers have been rocked by another off-field drama, with young gun Taylan May charged with assault by Queensland police. A push to allow unvaccinated teachers back into classrooms to…
 
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