The cycling world was shaken by the confession of Lance Armstrong regarding his use of performance enhancing drugs throughout his career, but cycling is not the only sport turning to unethical avenues in the name of a win.
After a twelve month investigation, the Australian Crime Commission has released a report revealing that performance enhancing drugs are increasingly prevalent and are used across many different sporting codes.
Most men, at some point in their life, have had problems in the bedroom, but while common causes can include medications, chronic illnesses, or just having a few too many to drink, new Australian research has shown that serious erectile dysfunction can actually be a symptom of heart disease.
Head Researcher of The Sax Institute’s “Forty Five and Up” study, Professor Emily Banks, spoke to Angus Randall.
Gay marriage isn’t just on the Government’s agenda here, but over the Tasman, the New Zealand government is taking giant strides towards marriage equality, with a Bill currently being considered by a select committee; but a quirky submission on the legislation is making headlines.
To tell us more, our charismatic correspondent, Lucas Jensen-Carey, spoke to Angus Randall this morning.
If last year felt like a particularly negative year for Australian politics, who knows what an election year will serve up?
Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, labelled Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, a misogynist. Abbott continues to label Gillard a liar, and the general public get sick of the negative attacks and rhetoric whilst wanting to get the country back on track.
To take a look at Federal Politics for 2013, Ben Eltham, from the independent political analysis website, New Matilda, spoke to Angus Randall.