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- Raiders Chat with Jordan Rapana - March 29
- Coe calls for investigation into land deal
- BLUMERS - 29 MARCH
- Aussies urged to back Nth Qld, as domestic tourism surges
- Tezza Tuesdays with Terry Barnes - March 28
- Culture Tuesday - National Archives of Australia
- Your power bill and why it's on the up
- Update from Mackay - 3pm
- Tim Benson's Business
- Jan Spate shares her story
- CSO's ActewAGL Llewellyn Series takes flight for 2017
- Keen on Monday's - March 27
- Greyhound race under question
- Travel chat with Emma and Deb - March 27
- CIT apprentices hoping to bring back gold
- Talking Canberra with Grahame Morris: Polls, plebiscites, parliament and Pauline
- Public Housing no more on Northbourne
- Ainslie Shops to be partly demolished
- ATM Technician gets more jail time, but owner still struggling
- Alcohol reform comes to Canberra
- Bumper NDIS announcement for Canberra
- Movies with Alex First
- Brumbies Chat with Kyle Godwin - March 23
- Raiders Chat with Jordan Rapana - March 23
- Petula Clark coming to Canberra
- Blumers - 22 March
- Canetoads in Kozi?
- Culture Tuesday - National Library of Australia
- Tezza Tuesdays with Terry Barnes - March 22
- John Barilaro: Immigration, skills and the Snowy
We go into the Raiders camp with Jordan Rapana each week. This week Jordan lets us know how spirits are inside the team after another heartbreaking loss north of the tweed, this time going down to the Broncos.
Chris talks to Canberra Libs leader Alistair Coe after he raises questions of a deal done between the CFMEU and the previous ACT Government
Amy Burr from Blumers joins Chris Coleman to talk all things legal.
Tim Shaw speaks to Margy Osmond, CEO of the Tourism and Transport Forum, with new figures showing that more Australians are travelling domestically, providing a boost to the local tourism industry.
It's Tuesday, so we talk politics with Former Howard Government adviser, Principal of Cormorant Policy Advice and columnist for The Spectator, Terry Barnes. This week it's a special edition, with Terry in studio to discuss the TGA's decision regarding Vaping, as well as why does Barnaby Joyce hate Canberra