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Premier Mark McGowan in Studio

Premier Mark McGowan came in for a chat with Oliver about current events and answered questions from the public.

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 spoke to Oliver Peterson about the latest on the Madeleine McCann case, an earthquake in Italy, updates on the Barcelona terror suspects and Wayne Rooney is back on form.

1 hour ago / 04:39
Sport with Brad Hardie

Brad Hardie spoke to Oliver Peterson about Sam Butler retiring, Nathan Buckley’s future and what’s next for Mason Cox.

1 hour ago / 07:39
Parking inspectors to wear body cams

City of Perth parking inspectors will now be wearing body cameras, in a $100,000 plan to improve their safety on Perth streets. Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi told Mornings with Gareth Parker, the cameras should deter people from becoming aggressive toward inspectors.

8 hours ago / 04:51
Government considers criminal gun ban

The State Government is considering introducing firearm prohibition orders, to ban certain people from holding a gun licence or living in a house where guns are stored. Police minister Michelle Roberts told Mornings with Gareth Parker, it would allow the Police Commissioner to recommend someone with a criminal background is prevented from legally owning a […]

9 hours ago / 09:14
Aussies not very neighbourly

More than one third of Australian’s have no interest in getting to know there neighbours and more than 15 per cent say they go out of their way to avoid speaking to a neighbour according to a new study. Nerida Conisbee from realestate.com.au went through some of the statistics which included how many people have […]

9 hours ago / 09:17
Entertainment with Peter Ford

Peter Ford has all the latest and breaking entertainment news daily on 6PR Breakfast. On Tuesday, Peter told us why the 1983 Bonnie Tyler hit “Total Eclipse of the Heart” is back topping the charts.  

10 hours ago / 08:07
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 Tuesday, Haggers says the one game suspension offered to Fremantle youngster Sean Darcy is a joke.

10 hours ago / 05:03
Enda Brady Breakfast UK Report

Enda Brady is 6PR Breakfast’s UK correspondent bringing us the news from the day in the UK. On Tuesday, Enda told us the iconic clock Big Ben has chimed for the last time until 2021 while it undergoes maintenance.  

11 hours ago / 02:16
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 Tuesday, Bob spoke about the solar eclipse that stopped the nation.

11 hours ago / 03:32
Enda Brady Perth Live UK Report- perth live 210817

Enda Brady is Perth LIVE’s UK correspondent bringing us the news from the day in the UK. Today he told Oliver Peterson about the UK getting tough on cyber bullying and Big Ben silenced.

21/08/2017 / 03:12
Sport with Brad Hardie

Brad Hardie spoke to Oliver Peterson and reviewed the dismal WA games and the umpires that have admitted their mistakes.

21/08/2017 / 06:10
More students are being suspended for “e-breaches”

Oliver Peterson spoke to Adam Voigt Founder of Real Schools & Real Learners about the increased number of students suspended for “e-breaches”  including cyber bullying.

21/08/2017 / 07:24
Vale Jerry Lewis

Tributes are flowing for comedic legend Jerry Lewis, who has died in the US at the age of 91. WA football legend Mal Brown became friends with Lewis when they worked together on charity events in Australia. Brown told Mornings with Gareth Parker, Lewis was always good fun to be around.

21/08/2017 / 06:30
Perth needs tourists, tell your friends

The State Government is encouraging West Australians to invite their family and friends to visit Perth, in a bid to boost WA’s tourism. Tourism minister Paul Papalia told Mornings with Gareth Parker, they’re focused on responding to the need to get ‘bums on seats’ in WA.

21/08/2017 / 06:28
Knitters needed for carpet of poppies

Knitters are needed to create a carpet of 60,000 knitted poppies for the Australian War Memorial to mark the centenary of the end of WWI. Lynn Berry is an organiser at 5000 Poppies, a community that formed a few years ago to knit poppies for events such as these. Ms Berry spoke with 6PR Breakfast about […]

21/08/2017 / 03:07
Say “Dear Dad” for a trip to Moreton Island!

Win Dad a trip to Moreton Island Festival of Photography!

21/08/2017
Does expensive wine taste better? 19 August 17

Community Pharmacist and Accredited Herbalist Gerald Quigley chats about this in segment with Tony Mac and also about: Does medicinal cannabis have an effect on nerve pain? Are e-cigarettes as safe as we are led to believe? Do almonds affect cholesterol levels?

20/08/2017 / 10:47
Heritage Council of WA  20 August 17

Lake Richmond in Rockingham is the latest place to be included on the State Heritage Register.  Anne Arnold, Chair of the Heritage Council of WA chats about this and also the chance find of a very rare 1881 Ticket of Leave which has been donated to the Fremantle Prison Museum Collection. Photo courtesy of the […]

20/08/2017 / 17:33
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