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‘Squatting’ tenant stole disabled man’s power

The Department of Housing has confirmed the tenant whole stole a disabled man’s power had been squatting in a shed next-door to the man. Yesterday Oliver Peterson brought you the story of Cherie, whose brother discovered his power was being stolen. Trevor Gregory, Acting General Manager of Service Delivery at the Department of Housing said […]

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 an amazing interview with a hero cop.

12 mins ago / 05:05
Schofield omitted, one of four changes at West Coast

After going into bat for him this week at the AFL Tribunal, West Coast has omitted defender Will Schofield due to a hip injury. It’s one of four changes West Coast has made due to injury woes and Brad Hardie gave us all the details on Perth LIVE.

29 mins ago / 05:22
Sue Mcdougall

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

1 hour ago / 21:21
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.

1 hour ago / 20:29
Simon Creek

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

1 hour ago / 18:14
Perth man fakes cancer, loses custody of kids

A Perth man, who lied to his wife and kids for years about having cancer, shaved his head and stayed in hotels when he was supposedly receiving treatment in hospital. Reporter at The Australian newspaper, Caroline Overington told Gareth Parker, details of the case came to light during a subsequent custody hearing in the Family Court.

6 hours ago / 04:32
WA’s bid for billions more GST

The State Government has prepared a range of proposals to put to the Productivity Commission, in a bid to improve WA’s GST share by billions of dollars. State Treasurer Ben Wyatt told Mornings with Gareth Parker, he’s still putting together details of their submission.

6 hours ago / 11:25
‘I was told I was responsible’ for Hillsborough tragedy

Nearly three decades after the Hillsborough disaster, prosecutors in the UK have laid criminal charges against six people over the deadly stadium crush in which 96 soccer fans died. The charges include manslaughter by gross negligence, and allegations of a subsequent cover-up by police. Now living in Fremantle, Hillsborough survivor Dave Cunningham told Mornings with Gareth Parker, for years […]

7 hours ago / 11:37
Abuse survivors ‘uplifted’ by Pell charges

Catholic Cardinal George Pell has been charged by Victorian Police with historic sex offences, allegedly committed against multiple victims. Soon after the news broke around the world, survivor of abuse by a clergyman Nicky Davis told Mornings with Gareth Parker, the charges come after years of abuse victims fighting to be heard. Cardinal Pell later […]

8 hours ago / 03:23
Entertainment with Peter Ford

Peter Ford has all the latest and breaking entertainment news daily on 6PR Breakfast. On Thursday Peter told us Play School has made parents angry with a time change.

9 hours ago / 06:19
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, what can we expect from Nat Fyfe’s new contract?  

9 hours ago / 05:00
Big names back for Freo

Hayden Ballantyne kicked two goals in his first game of the season in Fremantle’s two-point loss to Geelong on Sunday and he spoke to Breakfast about this 2017 debut. Ballas told Steve and Baz he enjoyed being back out on the park, but started to struggle with match fitness later in the game,”I was a […]

10 hours ago / 05:03
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 about the controversial Ten Commandments monument in Arkansas that was driven into and destroyed in protest only hours after being installed.

10 hours ago / 04:15
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 about the interview with the police officer who tackled the London Bridge attackers.

10 hours ago / 02:56
A good mechanic is hard to find

RAC mechanic Glen McIntyre joined Chris in studio for his monthly segment to answer all your motoring questions.

18 hours ago / 29:14
Are comic book contracts here to stay?

Comic book contracts are a new concept and they were first developed right here in Perth by academics at the University of Western Australia. They were designed to simplify the complex world of contract law down to the core principals. So how well do they work? And are there any risks to over-simplifying important information?

20 hours ago / 16:05
Talking Property

very Wednesday at 2pm on Afternoons we talk all things property. This week REIWA Vice-President Damien Collins joined the Program. Listen here.

28/06/2017 / 21:13
Dr Brad Mckay

Dr. Ross Walker is currently on leave so Dr. Brad McKay joins the afternoons program to answer all your health queries. Listen here.

28/06/2017 / 17:16
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A Perth man, who lied to his wife and kids for years about having cancer, shaved his head and stayed in hotels when he was supposedly receiving treatment in hospital. Reporter at The Australian newspaper, Caroline Overington told Gareth Parker, details of the case came to light during a subsequent custody hearing in the Family Court.

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After going into bat for him this week at the AFL Tribunal, West Coast has omitted defender Will Schofield due to a hip injury. It’s one of four changes West Coast has made due to injury woes and Brad Hardie gave us all the details on Perth LIVE.

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