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Abbey's Project

Abbey was 17 when she took her life last year, just months after revealing to her mother that her father had sexually assaulted her between the ages of 3 and 7. Abbey's father was given Family Court access on release in 2009. Paul Murray spoke to Abbey's mother Gill as well as Bravehearts CEO Hetty Johnston.

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Abbey's Project

Family Court failings Abbey was 17 when she took her life last year, just months after revealing to her mother that her father had sexually assaulted her between the ages of 3 and 7. Abbey's father was given Family Court access on release in 2009. Paul Murray spoke to Abbey's mother Gill as well as Bravehearts CEO Hetty Johnston.

Sun sets on Bluey's coaching

Former Gold Coast Suns coach Guy McKenna opens up about his sacking on Wednesday. Guy McKenna has walked away from the Gold Coast Suns proud of his 6 years at the club but none the wiser as to why he was given the boot as coach. 'Bluey' says the writing was on the wall when club administrators began to stop talking to him.

I'm not funding terrorism

AAFP raids Dr Tamer Khalil has had his bank accounts closed by the Commonwealth Bank after a crackdown on money leaving Australia through unauthorised means. Gary Adshead spoke to Dr. Khalil who says his donations were to help aid workers in Syria and not to fund terror groups.

Shark attacks surfer

Whylie beach near Esperance has been closed after a shark attack earlier today. A 23 year old man has been rushed to hospital after being attacked by a shark at a popular surf beach near Esperance. It is believed the has been bitten on both arms while surfing at Whylie beach.

Arrogance will end Hird's career

James Hird's time at Windy Hill is all but over as a coach with many expecting the club legend to be sacked. As Essendon Football Club try to put the ASADA saga behind them by accepting a court ruling last month, Football commentator and Brownlow medalist, Brad Hardie says that James Hird's decision to challenge the court finding will end his coaching career.

Abseil for PMH 2014

Peter Bell will abseil for the kids of PMH. It's not for the faint-hearted but Peter Bell has signed up for this unique event allows those with a sense of adventure the opportunity to abseil down the 125 metre high Woodside Plaza building in Perth's CBD while helping the kids at PMH. Click here to donate.

Over 55's chasing adventure

65% of adventure tourist are over the age of 55 according to new stats. What ever happened to knitting? Wipe away any preconceived notion that adventure tourism is for the young buffed twenty somethings because new stats show that over 55's make up the bulk of adventure tourists. Steve and Basil spoke to Fiona Hunt from Adventure world travel.

Video:Daylight Dog theft

Beau the German Shepard being walked away by an unknown man on Thursday. The owner of a Beau the German Shepard is asking the community at large to help locate his 'little boy' after he was stolen in broad daylight on Thursday. Anyone with information should contact Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000

Why is Perth so pricey

The price of land in Perth is well above the national average and it's the government's fault. Perth has become home to some of the most expensive real estate in Australia and the slow release of land by the state government is to blame according to RP Data. Steve and Basil spoke to chief researcher from RP Data Tim Lawless about what is driving the cost of WA land.

PM's adviser backs burqa ban

Prime Minister Tony Abbott's most senior adviser, Peta Credlin, says she is sympathetic to a burqa ban in Parliament House. Prime Minister Tony Abbott's most senior adviser, Peta Credlin, has told Liberal National MP George Christensen she is sympathetic to a burqa ban in Parliament House on security grounds. Do you think that this will inflame community tensions or is it only logical?

Free but monitored

The State Government wants supervision orders to monitor violent criminals and arsonists. Violent criminals and arsonists face the possibility of being tracked for two years once they are released from jail as the government seeks to find ways of keeping the community safe. Gary Adshead spoke to State Attorney General Michael Mischin.

Pointlessly poignant.

Dave Hughes will be returning to Perth for his 'Pointless' tour in October. Dave Hughes is returning to where it all began for him when he hits Perth for his near sell out tour at the Regal Theatre. The man who has endeared himself to Australians simply as 'Hughsie' told Steve and Basil he's returning in style compared to his first trip across the Nullarbor.

Big business's big tax breaks

Rupert Murdoch's media empire has historically 'leaked' very little in tax. Almost a third of Australia largest companies are paying less than 10 cents in the dollar in corporate tax, according to a report that exposes a gaping hole in government revenues over the past decade. Gary Adshead spoke to Michael West, Senior Business Writer at the SMH.

From asylum to surgeon

a An Iraqi asylum seeker has an incredible story to tell.Once a student fleeing Saddam Hussein he is now a leading surgeon. Dr Munjed Al Muderis spoke with Paul Entwistle about his remarkable life.

Bill to ban cigarette sales

Tasmanian politician Ivan Dean wants people born after the year 2000 to be banned from buying tobacco products. A Tasmanian Independent Member of the Legislative Council will introduce a bill in November that would ban the sale of tobacco products to anyone born after the year 2000. Peter Bell spoke to Ivan Dean about the bill and how the legislation would be rolled out.

Too expensive to fix?

a The state government has announced it is planning to sell 20 pieces of land including the East Perth Power Station. Future Perth's Shaun Morrison believes it is a complicated site that could be too expensive to develop.

Farnells allowed to leave

a The Department of Child Protection has allowed Wendy and Piper Farnell to leave Australia despite concerns surrounding her safety. Pipah's father David Farnell - a convicted peadophile - is under investigation by the DCP.

Community support to stop extremists

a A Muslim community worker from Melbourne believes that helping disgruntled youth early can help deter them from extremism. The president of Muslim Youth WA Agrees.

Pain program scrapped

An internationally acclaimed  pain clinic has been axed leaving 1100 patients in limbo for treatment. The Opposition says Cost-cutting at Fiona Stanley means half the staff at Pain Clinic will be axed and has lead to the resignation of one of it's leading pioneers Stephanie Davies. Gary Adshead spoke to Lesley Brydon from Pain Australia about the pain program.

50 passports cancelled

Deputy Opposition Leader Julie Bishop. 50 passports have cancelled by Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop - including 7 in the last month - as the government tightens up on home grown security threats. Ms Bishop spoke with Gareth Parker about Australia's security measures.

Subpar care at Subway

a A couple who attempted to help a man who had collapsed in a Subway store in Perth were told by the owner to drag the unconscious man outside. Michael was disgusted at the lack of care as fellow customers ignored the man.

From the other side

a Steve and Basil received the most remarkable call this morning when a listener revealed on air that he supplies illicit drug labs with pseudoephedrine. 'Bob' said he spends his days buying cold and flu tablets from pharmacies and reselling them to drug producers.

Good news for moviegoers

a In the past Australian moviegoers have had to wait months to see blockbusters that are already in theatres in the United States. Not for much longer. Village Roadshow has decided to bring forward their release dates.

Sweet history

a Darrell Lea have ended their production of aniseed rings, jubes and jelly beans. With some of our favourite sweets disappearing from the shelves it's time to look back at our favourite lollies with a lolly historian.

Debt drop not enough

a The State Treasurer is under pressure from the opposition after refusing to guarantee a surplus this financial year. Labor leader Mark McGowan believes it's not good enough given the state's debt.

Daycare hit by L-Plater

a Another car has crashed into a building in Perth, this time a daycare center in Seville Grove. Luckily the daycare center was closed when a learner driver left the road and hit the two story building around 7am this morning.

Road revenue being misused

Speed camera fines are being used to pay administrative costs according to the RAC. The author of a review commissioned by the state government believes the millions of dollars in revenue raised by speed cameras is not being managed correctly.

Insensitive, silly or plain stupid?

Subiaco WAFL players go blackface The reasoning behind why players from Subiaco's Premiership went 'blackfaced' to their manic Monday celebrations is being questioned by some people on social media. A photo of the team shows two members at the traditional end of year function dressed as the Williams sisters.

Show exhibit in poor taste?

a An exhibit at the Perth Royal Show has raised eyebrows with many questioning its sensitivity towards mental health. The Bethlem Santorium sees actors dress and act as mentally ill patients and allows visitors to poke them with sticks.

A toll on every road

a Tony Abbott has broached the idea of every road in Australia being tolled. The Australian Automobile Association isn't against the idea of a toll road system.

Bakers worried over cheap bread

a 85 cent loaves of bread from Woolworths have bakers worried. The Bakers Association of Australia aren't happy with the supermarket giant's cost cut believing it will impact on the country's independent bakeries.

Priddis the pride of WA

a West Coast Eagles midfielder Matt Priddis joined an elite club overnight, winning the 2014 Brownlow Medal. The Subiaco product spoke to Steve and Basil about being crowned the AFL's best player.

Persistence paid off for Docker

a Fremantle star and persistent pest Hayden Ballantyne spoke with Bob Maumill and Jo McManus about his rise from draft reject to 2014 All Australian forward pocket.

Pop-up rip-off

a In app purchases have cost a WA family $2,500 in iTunes bills after their seven-year-old son constantly clicked on a pop-up ad whilst playing on his iPad, but they're not alone according to technology expert Trevor Long.

Unionist facing bullying charges

Joe McDonald has been brought up on bullying charges by Fair Work Australia. Union heavyweight Joe McDonald will face the Federal Court for allegedly threatening workers and coerce 160 others to strike at the Perth International Airport arrivals expansion project. Gary Adshead spoke to Nigel Hadgkiss from Fair Work Australia.

Money trail tacks terror link

Money trail A Sydney based money transfer business is facing deregistration because a terror investigation showed it had links to known terrorist Khaled Sharrouf. Gary Adshead spoke to John Schmidt from the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre.

"She has no idea"

a Palmer United Party senator Jackie Lambie has weighed in on the terror debate with disastrous effect. Dr Anne Aly a terror expert from Curtin University said Ms Lambie "Has no idea what she's talking about" when it comes to Sharia Law.

Terror Australis. Our new world

Raids today by police has driven home the reality that Australia is now a target for terrorism. But are we prepared for it? As police in Sydney and Brisbane conducted simultaneous raids in the early hours of this morning most Australians were waking to the reality that we are now a legitimate terror target. Peter Bell spoke to David Turner from Foresight Security about how prepared we are for this new world.

Police thwart terror plan

800 Police are conducting counter terrorism raids across Sydney and Brisbane today. Over 800 police are carrying out counter-terrorism raids across Sydney and Brisbane as part of coordinated strikes targeting possible terrorism threats on home soil. More than 10 arrests have been made so far.

Not happy here? Then leave

Dr Jamal Rifi, community leader who is encouraging unhappy Islamic radicals to just leave Australia. A prominent Muslim leader has offered to buy a one way ticket out of this Australia for any Islamic radical who is unhappy with the way life here. Gary Adshead spoke to Dr Jamal Rifi about the offer.

Albany ANZAC ban stands

Safety concerns over horse poo will keep representatives from the 10th Light Horse from an Albany parade. The Minister for Veteran Affairs has begrudgingly supported the ban on the 10th Light Horse brigade marching in an Albany ANZAC commemoration next month. Steve Mills spoke to Michael Reynolds about the ban and the upcoming commemorations.

Search for William intensifies

The search continues for William Tyrell was last seen on Friday. Photo: NSW Police Media Unit. More than 30 investigators are now working on the case of missing three-year-old William Tyrell, whose mysterious disappearance on the NSW mid-north coast last week has stumped police and search crews. Gary Adshead spoke to Ben Cooper from Port Macquarie News.

Terrorism raids spark protest

Members of the Sydney Muslim community protest the raids on homes during police raids on Thursday. Heightened Alert: Police say they are moving into a new phase in the fight against domestic terror threats. Extra police are being deployed across Sydney and security lifted to deal with the heightened terrorism alert.

Raising drinking age saves lives

Alcohol drinking ages are in the spotlight with one expert saying America's rise to 21 saved 20,000 lives. Raising the drinking age to 21 will save lives on the road if the US experience is anything to go by according to an advisor to the World Health Organisation. Dr David Jernagin says around 20,000 lives have been saved in the US since the increase in drinking age was introduced.

The breakdown and rebuild

Ross Lyon says his squad is positioned well for the future but a key forward and key back are on the radar. Frawley is only an option, Ibbotson is essential and there will be no aggressive cull of the squad that went down in straight sets in this years finals according to Fremantle coach Ross Lyon. A philosophical Dockers coach joined Karl and Brad for an honest appraisal of the team.

Deadly weekend for motorcyclists

Four deaths on WA roads has officials worried over a lapse in motorcyclists attention in fine weather. A horror weekend on Perth roads for motorcyclists has seen 4 people die and another two hospitalised with critical injuries. Gary Adshead spoke to Acting Assistant Commissioner Alf Fordham who issued a warning for drivers and riders to drive safely even in fine weather.

SAS headed to Middle East

Prime Minister confirms Australia will commit forces to the Middle East including SAS troops. SAS: Australian special forces will act as military advisers to Iraqi soldiers fighting ISIS, as part of an international effort to combat the extremists. About 600 Australian troops go to the Middle East. Listen Here...

Aussie mozzie found overseas

A little Aussie mozzie has caused a stir by showing up in Los Angeles. But it hasn't gone there for the sun. Australians love to travel so why would our fauna be any different? University of Sydney researchers have helped identify an Australian mosquito that has found its way to LA. Dr Cameron Webb from the University spoke with Steve and Basil.

Third ISIS beheading

British aid worker David Haines ahs become the third person to be executed by terrorist group ISIL. David Haines, a British aid worker who was captured days after he arrived in Syria last year, is the third western hostage to be beheaded by the Islamic State (ISIS). Rod Tiley spoke to Professor Greg Barton, Director of the Global Terrorism Research Centre at Monash University.

Is this bad parenting?

Research shows parents are happily buying booze for their kids. Is buying alcohol for your children bad parenting? Medical experts are alarmed by the number of parents buying alcohol for their children after new research showed parents were supplying alcohol for events like leavers celebrations. Steve and Basil spoke to parenting expert Maggie Dent about the practice.

Rogue sharks and unicorns

Mr Barnett says he will focus on rogue sharks. But his own website rates the reality of them up there with unicorns. After the death of his drum line policy the Premier has changed tact on dealing with sharks and is now seeking greater powers to respond to “rogue sharks” swimming close to WA beaches. The only problem now is that the governments own website sinks his new strategy.

Norman joins DIY disaster group

Greg Norman isn't Robinson Crusoe when it comes to accidents from weekend gardening. As a gardener Greg Norman makes a great golfer. Ok so he was always a great golfer but after a weekend accident with a chainsaw Norman may want to stick to what he knows. Peter Bell spoke to Emergency Physician Dr Dave Mountain about ambitious weekend warriors.

EPA recommends against drum lines

EPA have recommended against the drum lines Following rigorous examination of the proposal, Chairman Dr Paul Vogel said there remains a high degree of scientific uncertainty about impacts on the viability of the south-western white shark population. Paul Murray spoke with Mr Vogel on Drive.

Medicinal marijuana gets church's blessing

Medical marijuana has received the blessing of The Uniting Church as pressure mounts for legislative change. The introduction of medical marijuana has received support from what some would refer to as an unlikely group with the Uniting Church saying they back the introduction of the modified form of the drug. Gary Adshead spoke to Rosemary Hudson-Miller from the Uniting Church.

This war needs definition

The Greens have warned of another war without definition will lead to another protracted conflict. The Prime Minister is being pressured to debate the commitment Australia will give to the war against terrorist organisation ISIL. Greens Senator for WA Scott Ludlam says the PM's reservation to put time limits or goals to the commitment of forces is worrying.

Richard 'Jaws' Kiel dead at 74

Actor Richard Kiel has passed away at the age of 74. Kiel shot to fame as the James Bond villain, Jaws. Richard Kiel, who became famous for portraying the James Bond villain, Jaws ... died Wednesday afternoon at the age of 74 . Kiel starred in dozens of movies over the span of 50 years.

Suspected Aussie Ebola case

A Queensland man is being treated for a suspected case of Ebola. Picture courtesy Channel 7. A Queensland man has been taken to hospital by paramedics with a suspected case of ebola. The 25-year-old contacted paramedics on Thursday complaining of feeling unwell after returning from the Congo two days ago. He has been seriously ill since.

US President addresses ISIL

President Barack Obama on Wednesday outlined a U.S.-led coalition’s plans to “degrade and ultimately destroy” the Islamic State. President Barack Obama has outlined a U.S.-led coalition’s plans to “degrade and ultimately destroy” the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant through airstrikes and support for Syria’s opposition. Listen to his address here.

Future of Football Forum

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Zero attacks unobtainable

Reducing shark attacks for ocean goers to zero is unobtainable according to shark experts. Do you agree? The key scientist behind the CSIRO report that sunk the Barnett government's shark mitigation policy says the idea of any program to reduce shark attacks to zero is unobtainable. Gary Adshead spoke to CSIRO Senior Research Scientist Barry Bruce.

An ode to big Cox

6pr's resident poet and wordsmith has penned a tribute to the retiring Dean Cox. Listen here. With the dark reality of a Cox-less Eagles setting in resident poet and master of words Mick Collis has penned a tribute to the man who became known simply as Coxy. Click here to listen to Mick's ode to Cox.

It's here! Iphone 6 and more

Apple launch their new range, including a smart watch...but don't call it an iWatch. iPhone Launch: Apple has unveiled its first smartwatch and two large-screen versions of the iPhone - the '6' and '6 plus'. Steve & Basil also reveal a new mobile wallet that will allow consumers to make payments.

Your say: The AFL is sick

Football forum AFL survey results Football fans from across the nation have voiced their opinions on the major issues facing the game they love and what they are saying is the game is sick.

Fans denied as Scalpers swoop

Dockers fans are angry that tickets that sold out in minutes are now available online at inflated prices. Tickets for this weekend's semi final between Fremantle and Port Adelaide with previously sold out tickets appearing on ticketing websites for well above the original price. Gary Adshead spoke to Alex Levenson from website sale site Viagogo.

'Herd it' don't 'hurt it'

A massive shark spotted off Byron Bay. A local man died after he was attacked this week. Following a fatal shark attack on the east coast on Tuesday authorities mobilised to herd the suspected Great White responsible for the attack out to sea. Gary Adshead spoke to Neil Cameron from the Byron Bay Board Riders about the no kill policy they have in NSW.

Is this sticker offensive?

die for syria A Perth woman been upset by a sticker on the back of a car that says 'DIE FOR SYRIA." and wants to know if there is anything that can be done to remove this and other stickers that promote the war given the increased terror threat Australia faces from people returning form the Syrian conflict.

Fyfe topples Ablett for MVP

No hope of a Brownlow this year but his peers have given Nat Fyfe the MVP stamp of approval. He may ineligible for the Brownlow Medal but it hasn't stopped Fremantle midfielder Nat Fyfe from becoming the most valuable player in the AFL according to his peers. Fyfe picked up the Players Association's MVP award last night ahead of Gary Ablett and Buddy Franklin.

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