• "FIFA is just a joke now"

    FIFA President Sepp Blatter is welcoming the investigation into allegations of corruption within the soccer-world, with 14 people arrested so far.

    2014 official World Cup ball
  • Bill’s same-sex marriage bill

    The Prime Minister has signalled there's likely to be a conscience vote on gay marriage, but not for the time being.

    Same-sex marriage wedding cake.
  • My life as head of the Mob

    Once named one of Fortune magazine's top 50 Wealthiest and Most Powerful Mafia Bosses, Michael Franzese tells his story to Peter Bell

    Michael Franzese

Talking Perth

Barry Knowles: Mesothelioma, My Journey

Barry, Aimee and Renee Knowles.

9:41 PM   Barry Knowles was diagnosed with mesothelioma in February 2010 and was given six to 12 months to live, five years on and he continues to fight the asbestos-related disease. The Perth man has written a book: Reflections Through Reality: Mesothelioma, My Journey.  Direct from the book release, Mr. Knowles joined Chris Ilsley in the 6PR studios to tell his story.  Listen to the full interview here...

Call for vets to spot animal hoarders

Cats in a hoarders home.

9:35 AM   The RSPCA is calling on vets to be on the look out for animal hoarding, which is now a recognised psychiatric condition.

Food terms might need new names

'Feta' could soon have another name

9:49 AM   Food terms such as feta and chorizo could soon be banned after Europe wins key fight over global intellectual property rights.

Government decides to keep the five cent coin

A FIVE CENT COIN COSTS SEVEN CENTS TO PRODUCE.

Despite costing the Royal Mint seven cents to make, a government inquiry has found we should keep the five cent coin in circulation.

Hayley Dodd: arrest raises questions

Police search the Badgingarra property formerly owned by Francis Wark.

Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of a man for the murder of Hayley Dodd. Gary Adshead says the arrest raises serious questions.

FIFA officials arrested

2014 official World Cup ball

Andrew Jennings has been exposing FIFA corruption for almost a decade. He tells Gary Adshead FIFA is "just a joke now".

Starving koalas headed for cull

Koala

Deborah Tabart Chief Executive of the Koala Foundation of Australia tells Peter Bell it's not an overpopulation of koalas, it's an under-population of trees.

Michael Barlow

Michael Barlow of the Dockers celebrates a goal

Nikki Brown   Fremantle midfielder Michael Barlow joins the Breakfast team with Steve and Baz every Thursday.

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Sport

Hill's Indigenous pride

What do you think? Josh Hill wearing the Eagles Indigenous jumper at training.

Ben Cameron   Ahead of this weekend's AFL Indigenous Round, Josh Hill has spoken about his Indigenous pride.

Walters: Queensland quietly confident

Kevin Walters back when he was an assistant coach at the Melbourne Storm.  (Photo/Steve Holland)

Ben Cameron   Queensland state of origin legend Kevin Walters says he is "quietly confident" that they have the class in their team to win back the crown. 

Freo 'optimistic' about Pav

PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA - MAY 23: Dockers coach Ross Lyon addresses the players at the three quarter time break  during the round eight AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at Domain Stadium on May 23, 2015 in Perth, Australia.  (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Ben Cameron   Fremantle coach Ross Lyon says they are "optimistic" captain Matthew Pavlich will play this week. 

Simpson: Next month the test

Adam Simspson, coach of the West Coast Eagles, looks on before the 2014 AFL Round 20 match between the West Coast Eagles and the Collingwood Magpies at Patersons Stadium, Perth on August 10, 2014. (Photo: Daniel Carson/AFL Media)

Ben Cameron   Adam Simpson says the West Coast Eagles will get a real test of where they are at in the coming month with a tough run of matches. 

Lifestyle

Hoodoo Gurus Dave Faulkner

Dave Faulkner

Hoodoo Gurus frontman Dave Faulkner joined Peter Bell in the studio for a chat.

What makes a good steak sandwich?

steak sandwich

The Wickepin Tavern has taken out the award for the Best Regional Steak Sandwich. 

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Ultravox's Midge Ure talks future, past and present 

Midge Ure

Ultravox frontman and successful solo artist in his own right, Midge Ure.