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The tricky business of polls.

The polls had it all wrong as far as the Australian elections were concerned, but they were spot on in the Eurovision Song Contest lead up. Ex parliamentarian Nicolien van Vroonhoven discusses the outcome of the Australian elections, the...
Now that the Liberals stay on, what effect does this have on your tax bill? Tax accountant Marlena Lancette-Smit breaks it down.  
The Netherlands has won the Eurovision Song Contest and now the fight is on: which city is going to host it and who is picking up the bill? Ex Australian correspondent for dutch media and Eurovision fan of the first hour, Tim Dekkers, elaborates....
How does Victor cycle the hills of the Northern Beaches and the MS Gongride? 
The contrast between the two act is huge. Ex Australia correspondent Tim Dekkers is in Tel Aviv and thinks a win for the Netherlands is definitely on the cards.
Scott or Bill, Duncan or Kate. Nicolien van Vroonhoven reflects on the election campaign, talks about statesman Bob Hawke and hopes the Netherlands are going to win the Eurovision Song Contest. 
Fietsers, laat je horen.
In the documentary series The Invisible Migrants the story of Kristina Visser; Australian or Dutch?
Historian/author Henry van Zanden meets an Aborigine with blue eyes and early Dutch DNA. 
Queenie van de Zandt alias Jan van de Stool talks to Frans warffemius about her new theatershow "Parting the Red Curtains'.

Dutch dogs don't have genders

The dog doesn't care, and a Dutch dog owner neither but in other countries the gender of the dog is an issue. 
Dutch DJ Almer warmed up the Dutch Guus Meeuwis fans in Sydney last week but had to change his stage name beforehand due to it being too controversial in an Australian context.  
Frans Warffemius and Jopie Witzand from SBS Dutch talked to many of the Guus Meeuwis fans who came from all over the world to see the man play in Sydney.
Dutch singer Guus Meeuwis and his band painted the town Orange with a one-off concert in Luna Park, Sydney. Jopie Witzand spoke to him right after the show.