• West Coast focussing on fundamentals

    West Coast coach Adam Simpson says the Eagles have been focussing on the fundamentals in their second pre-season under him and simply need to start beating teams above them to take the next step. 

    West Coast coach Adam Simpson will be plotting to beat top-eight sides for the Eagles to become one.
  • Health Insurance on the rise

    Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he doesn't want to interfere with plans to increase the cost of private health insurance.

    Premiums could rise by up to seven per cent.
  • Hands on bureaucracy

    The City of Stirling is under fire for blocking access to a Scarborough surf shop for almost a year.

    Mr Bowen says the council needs to solve the problem.

Talking Perth

Hands on bureaucracy

Mr Bowen says the council needs to solve the problem.

The City of Stirling is under fire for blocking access to a Scarborough surf shop for almost a year.

Disability Pension changes "cruel"

The changes began from the start of January.

A Queensland Alzheimer's sufferer could lose his disability pension if he heads to Gallipoli this year.

Thorne's father concerned

Junaid Thorne.

The father of a Perth-based radical Islamist, charged for allegedly using a false name to travel between Perth and Sydney, says his son should ''shut his mouth''.

Socceroos fearless, says Sainsbury

Australia's Trent Sainsbury heads the ball, but straight to Oman's goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi.

Perth-born Socceroo Trent Sainsbury says the young Socceroos are fearless as they look to claim Australia's first Asian Cup. 

Health Insurance on the rise

Premiums could rise by up to seven per cent.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he doesn't want to interfere with plans to increase the cost of private health insurance.

Wildcats to lick wounds at home

Perth Wildcats coach Trevor Gleeson addresses his team.

Perth Wildcats coach Trevor Gleeson says the team is looking forward to a Perth Arena return after an extended road schedule and increasing injury toll. 

"King of the road"

Road wars

Aine Ryan   A WA columnist has looked into the statistics of cyclist deaths in WA.

Stealing hearts and money

Most of the money is unknowingly being sent to West Africa.

West Aussies are still being caught up in romance scams with almost 11 million dollars lost last year alone.

Win

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Win a trip for 2 to Melbourne for the Australian Open Finals.

We're sending two couples to Melbourne for the Ladies and Mens Finals of the 2015 Australian Open.

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The Toyota Rumour File

It's the most talked-about segment on Perth Radio - the Toyota Rumour File!

It's the most talked about segment on Perth Radio - The Toyota Rumour File!

Network News

Customs staff to carry guns

Customs officers will be armed at airports across the country to deal with the "very real" threat of terrorism.

Customs officers in airports across Australia will be armed from July next year.

Julie Bishop reviews her year

Julie Bishop

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop looks back at a torrid 2014 on the world stage.

Aussie flees to Sydney from China

Aussie flees drug charges in China

Lucky escape from allegations over drugs?   Kalynda Davis recently returned home to Sydney after being held in China on alleged drug smuggling charges. What would the process have been behind the scenes to get her back? Andrew Voss with Kevin Boreham from ANU's College of Law.

Debris confirmed as Air Asia flight 8501

Debris spotted during search for Air Asia flight

Paul Entwistle   Indonesian government officials have confirmed the debris spotted in the Java Sea is from missing Air Asia flight 8501.

Sport

6PR's Summer of Cricket shedule

Summer of Cricket

Paul Entwistle   6PR is the only place you'll get the best of every Test, ODI and T20 clash, as well as the swashbuckling Big Bash series.

Ashton Agar earns call up for the fourth test

Back in favour: Ashton Agar. Photo: Getty Images

WA's Ashton Agar is back in the squad for next week's Sydney Test against India for the first time since that maiden series.

McGrath backs Smith's judgement

Australian great Glenn McGrath says Steve Smith was in a tough position.

Jake Bourke   Glenn McGrath defends Steve Smith's decision to leave Australia's declaration until lunch on day five.

'He ticks a lot of boxes'

NSW star Moises Henriques has been suggested as a possible replacement for Shane Watson.

Jake Bourke   Former Australian all-rounder Greg Matthews has christened Moises Henriques as the man to possibly replace Shane Watson.

Lifestyle

Memories at The Phantom Show

Peter Kingston curator of The Phantom Show at Australian Galleries

Australian Galleries exhibition of comic noir   The Phantom has inspired for 80 years. Artist & ‘Phan’ Peter Kingston has coordinated an exhibition at Australian Galleries paying homage to the ghost that walks. Clive Robertson chats about his Phantom inspired work.

The Santa Winter Games. Yes they really do exist

Santa Olympics

Paul Entwistle   Perth's representative in the Santa Winter Games can hold his head high following his first tilt at the title.

So we don't...like...like these words

Shirfront will have its definition changed after the PM's infamous challenge to his Russian counterpart

Some of the popular suggestions from talkback callers that irk and frustrate them.

Adding value vs. over-capitalising

Adding value vs. over-capitalising

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