• Public misled on hospital lead

    The Perth Children's Hospital debacle took another turn yesterday, when WA's building industry regulator identified the QE2 medical centre's ring main as the likely source of the lead contamination.

    The Government has taken control of the Perth Children's Hospital.
  • Call to support our RSL

    Former SAS soldier Rob Cashman has a fascinating story to tell about his experiences on the battlefield, and the impact they had on his life as a civilian.

    Former SAS soldier Rob Cashman
  • Fees for booking flights grounded

    Over the top fees for using credit cards to book flights have been grounded after the ACCC rolled out a crackdown on business charging whatever they wanted on credit card payments.

    Airlines will charge less for credit card processing.

Talking Perth

Call to support our RSL

Former SAS soldier Rob Cashman

10:41 AM   Former SAS soldier Rob Cashman has a fascinating story to tell about his experiences on the battlefield, and the impact they had on his life as a civilian.

Public misled on hospital lead

The Government has taken control of the Perth Children's Hospital.

9:38 AM   The Perth Children's Hospital debacle took another turn yesterday, when WA's building industry regulator identified the QE2 medical centre's ring main as the likely source of the lead contamination.

Online shopping makes you more productive

The survey found the average number of minutes spent shopping per week per person was 114 minutes.

8:25 AM   Australian workers have been found to spend two hours a week online shopping at work according to a new report, but it could make employees more productive.

Get rid of the ump mics: Hardie

Hear Brad Hardie daily on Perth LIVE at 4.30pm.

4:54 PM   Brad Hardie's had enough of umpire's microphones during the footy coverage.

Fees for booking flights grounded

Airlines will charge less for credit card processing.

3:31 PM   Over the top fees for using credit cards to book flights have been grounded after the ACCC rolled out a crackdown on business charging whatever they wanted on credit card payments.

Welfare is not a right

Member for Tangney, Ben Morton

Federal Liberal member for Tangney, Bill Morton is calling for dole recipients to face tougher penalties if they refuse to work in industries experiencing skills shortages.

Lead 'probably' in ring main outside PCH

The Government has taken control of the Perth Children's Hospital.

4:39 PM   John Holland has been clear of bungling the Perth Children's Hospital according to the Building Commission's final audit, however lead at the hospital is still an issue.

Boy caught driving from NSW to WA

A 12-year-old boy has been arrested after trying to drive from NSW to WA

A 12-year-old boy was trying to drive across the country when he was caught by Police in Broken Hill. The boy had already driven over 1000 kilometres from Kendall, near Port Macquarie and told officers he was driving to WA

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Scarboro Toyota Rumour File

It's Perth's most talked-about radio segment - The Scarboro Toyota Rumour File.

Sport

Josh Kennedy

Kennedy and Darling have been underwhelming in big games for the Eagles.

West Coast Eagles star forward Josh Kennedy joins Steve and Baz each Tuesday at 7:15am for all the latest Eagles news from inside the club... and you can catch up on his chat here.

Eagles MCG hoodoo continues

Hawthorn vs Eagles

Hawthorn have notched their first win of the season thumping the West Coast Eagles by 50 points at the MCG.

Freo steal win in final seconds

Up and under: North's Taylor Garner tries to dispossess Nathan Fyfe.

The Fremantle Dockers come off two straight wins to face the winless Roos at Domain Stadium on Saturday night in the Len Hall tribute match.

West Coast keep Sydney winless

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 13: Matt Priddis of the Eagles gets his handball away while being tackled by Daniel Hannebery ...

West Coast have bounced back from their loss last week by defeating the winless Sydney Swans by 26-points at Domain Stadium on Thursday night.

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The challenge facing Australian small businesses

In this fascinating podcast series, business journalist Julian Lorkin talks to a diverse group of business owners about the unique risks their businesses face.

Graceful Healing

Dr Samer explains how Thread Lifts can help you to look the way you feel. Watch the video here:

Work. Life. Money

Following the success of Ross' Money News program, we have a weekend Show that focuses on work, life and money.

Lifestyle

The lady who's cloning her dog

Dolly, the world's first cloned animal, in 1997 aged seven months.

A Brisbane lady is spending more than $100,000 to have her precious pooch cloned.

Should you rinse before you wash?

Should you rinse your dishes before putting them in the dishwasher

Rinsing your dishes before putting them in the dishwasher could be making your dish detergent less effective according to a report, but Dr Karl Kruszelnicki has other thoughts.

The Lighthouse Girl makes her way to Perth

The Gap and Natural Bridge at Torndirrup National Park, Albany WA.

The ANZAC story that was brought to life by roaming giants in Perth two years ago is being brought to life again in the stage production of The Lighthouse Girl.

Geoscientists Rock

Elephant Rocks near Walpole and Denmark Western Australia.

We built this city on rocks that don't roll and that's why geoscientists are important and this Sunday the world will be celebrating International Geoscientists Day.