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WA Retirement village probe

Consumer Protection will launch a special investigation into complaints into retirement villages to ensure the rights of WA retirees are being protected. Acting Director of Property Industries Tim Banfield joined Oliver Peterson to discuss the move.

Michaelia Cash

Employment Minister Michaelia Cash joined Oliver Peterson on Perth LIVE to discuss today’s employment figures.

7 hours ago / 06:41
Kevin Johnson’s Stock Market Report

Kevin Johnson from Argonaut Securities joins Oliver Peterson every afternoon for the latest from the stock market.

7 hours ago / 04:47
Round 18 Teams

Brad gave us the latest ins and outs ahead of Round 18.

7 hours ago / 06:09
Simon Creek

Do you have a legal question? Why not call Simon Creek from HHG Legal Group? He joins Perth LIVE with Oliver Peterson every Thursday to take your legal calls.  

8 hours ago / 15:54
Sue mcdougall

Sue Mcdougall joins afternoons every Thursday to talk all things gardening. Listen here.

9 hours ago / 21:01
Mel Criddle – Swanbourne Vet Centre

Mel Criddle from the Swanbourne Vet Centre joined the Afternoons program to answer all your pet related questions. Listen here.

10 hours ago / 30:17
WA-led researchers discover new sunfish

WA researchers have helped discover a new species of ocean sunfish while researching the population genetics of the fish in the Indo-pacific region. Murdoch University PhD student Marianne Nyegaard joined Mornings with Gareth Parker to share her passion for the sunfish.

12 hours ago / 09:14
WA’s economic recovery still some way off

There’s mixed news on the state of the WA economy, with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry suggesting the economy could soon be about to improve. Mornings with Gareth Parker spoke to the ‘Unconventional Economist’ Leith van Onselen, who warned he didn’t think the news was quite so good just yet.

14 hours ago / 09:26
Entertainment with Peter Ford

Peter Ford has all the latest and breaking entertainment news daily on 6PR Breakfast. On Thursday, Peter told us troubled Aussie Tennis star Bernard Tomic will be featured on Sunday Night this week.

16 hours ago / 05:14
Talking sport with Kim Hagdorn

Kim Hagdorn joins Steve and Baz weekdays at 7.55am for all the latest sports news you need to know. On Thursday, Haggers told us Mitchell Johnson will be back playing with the Scorchers next BBL season and look out for an announcement next week.

16 hours ago / 04:23
SUVs grow in popularity

Sports Utility Vehicles are now outselling passenger cars for the first six-month reporting period in history; with more women purchasing the bigger cars than ever before. In 2002, men made up 57% of SUV owners, but in 2017 women are making up the majority as SUV owners at 50.5%. “It’s the flexibility, the functionality, probably […]

16 hours ago / 08:39
Bob Tarlau Breakfast US Report

Bob Tarlau gives a detailed account of the news of the day in the United States of America every weekday morning. On Thursday, Bob told us OJ Simpson is applying for parole from a Nevada jail and, in true OJ style, the hearing will be live-streamed.

17 hours ago / 02:42
Enda Brady Breakfast UK Report

Enda Brady is 6PR Breakfast’s UK correspondent bringing us the news from the day in the UK. On Thursday, Enda told us the BBC is under fire for their gender pay gap.

17 hours ago / 02:33
James Phelps: Green is the New Black

Have you ever wondered what it’s like inside a women’s prison? James Phelps has authored a uncensored account from inside Australia’s hardest female prisons. In his interview with Chris he says “It will certainly give people a few nightmares but you won’t be able to put it down, I promise you that one.”

20/07/2017 / 12:32
Talking to the dead is possible

Communicating with the dead might be closer than you think, and no I’m not talking about a séance. Professor Michael Arnold from the University of Melbourne explains how using an algorithm and existing social media accounts, you could talk to people who have passed or even leave messages for your future relations!

19/07/2017 / 13:29
Enda Brady Perth LIVE UK Report

Enda Brady is Perth LIVE’s UK correspondent bringing us the news from the day in the UK. Today he told Oliver Peterson about freak storms that hit the UK overnight.

19/07/2017 / 03:07
Kevin Johnson’s Stock Market Report

  Kevin Johnson from Argonaut Securities joins Oliver Peterson every afternoon for the latest from the stock market.

19/07/2017 / 04:41
Sport with Brad Hardie

Brad Hardie says it’s time for Fremantle to get proactive when it comes to recruiting if they’re going to fill their Matthew Pavlich-sized hole.

19/07/2017 / 06:03
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