Talking Perth

Pilot suicide blamed for Germanwings plane crash.

"I can't call this suicide": Marseille Public Prosecutor Brice Robin makes his shocking revelations.

Paul Entwistle   French officials say it appears the co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings plane which crashed in the southern alps wanted to destroy the plane.

Cane toad venom joins fight against some cancers.

Is this face of a cancer cure? Australian researchers say the Cane Toads venom has the potential to fight cancer.

Paul Entwistle 12:12 PM   Cane toads may soon be a lucrative export for Australia after its venom identified as a potential cancer treatment.

Emails are destroying communications. So I banned them.

Remove emails to increase understanding. More companies are joining the trend of banning emails.

Paul Entwistle   'I'll email you' may be being written out of the lexicon if a new trend among companies catches on.

Love my coffee...machine...

Perth loves you.

Royceton Hardey   Roy Morgan Research reveals more Perth households have coffee machines than any other Aussie City.

What the flake is that?

What the flake is that? 9 out of 10 times you order fish and chips you don't get the fish you ordered.

Paul Entwistle   JUST what are you getting when you order 'flake' from your local fish and chip shop?

Frustrated doctors quit Fiona Stanley Hospital

At least 9 doctors have quit Fiona Stanley Hospital over growing frustrations with the new medical facility.

Gary Adshead   At least nine doctors have quit Fiona Stanley Hospital. What is going on at the states newest medical facility?

Where are you Cuddlepie?

Snugglepot is lonely without Cuddlepie.

Royceton Hardey   Deputy Lord Mayor Robert Butler calls for return of stolen Gumnut Baby. Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.

Students suffering under one-size-fits-all education system.

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Square pegs are increasingly being left behind as educational systems lose their flexibility to help students.

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Romance your loved one this Valentines Day

Win a beautiful overnight stay at The Sebel, East Perth.

Take part in the Perth Tonight 'Valentines Quiz' to win an overnight stay at The Sebel, East Perth.

Sport

Marsh goes into bat for Voges

Shaun Marsh in action for WA.

Ben Cameron   Shaun Marsh has backed State captain Adam Voges to be included on Australia's tours of the Carribean and the United Kingdom later this year.

AFL players join fight against remote communities closure

Bradley Hill, Shaun Burgoyne Cyril Rioli and Jed Anderson in a photo posted on Twitter.

Indigenous AFL players have joined an online campaign to stop remote Aboriginal communities in Western Australia from being closed.

Ryan Crowley faces possible career ending suspension.

Fremantle tagger Ryan Crowley faces a two year ban for testing positive to a banned substance.

Paul Entwistle   The chips are stacked against popular Fremantle tagger Ryan Crowley as he faces a possible two year suspension for a positive drug test.

Wildcats targeting Asia

Scottie Wilbekin drives into the lane against Drake U'u at Perth Arena.

Ben Cameron   PERTH Wildcats managing director Nick Marvin has forecast a move for the franchise into Asia.

Michael Tuck: AFL is getting easier

Michael Tuck holds up one of the seven Premierships he won over his 19-year VFL career with Hawthorn.

Ben Cameron   The AFL games record holder Michael Tuck says AFL is "getting easier" for the modern day player. 

Eagles hoping to pick up where they left off

Andrew Gaff in action last season.

West Coast midfielder Andrew Gaff says the Eagles are hoping to start 2015 as they finished last season.

Lifestyle

Couple crash their own wedding

Wedding Crashers:  This vintage car was wedged tightly at Royal Fresh Water Bay.

Paul Entwistle   A newlywed couple have found theat the road to wedded bliss is not an easy one to navigate

What the flake is that?

What the flake is that? 9 out of 10 times you order fish and chips you don't get the fish you ordered.

Paul Entwistle   JUST what are you getting when you order 'flake' from your local fish and chip shop?

Paddle boarder gets up close and personal with a dolphin...we hope.

Fin! Dol-fin.

Paul Entwistle   Video: Tense moments as Perth surfer gets SUP close and personal with unexpected aquatic visitor.

Senator wants native animals kept as pets

Liberal Democrat senator David Leyonhjelm

Paul Entwistle   Senator David Leyonhjelm, says Australians should start keeping native animals as pets in a bid to save endangered species.

Network News

Jamal Rifi on Sydney teens wanting to fight for ISIL

Jamal Rifi on Sydney teens wanting to fight for ISIL

Dr Jamal Rifi says he's determined to stop ISIL’s influence spreading, following revelations Sydney teenagers have tried to join the death cult in the Middle East. He speaks with John & Garry on the need for early intervention for Muslim families.

Why have food allergies skyrocketed recently

Why have food allergies skyrocketed recently

Australians are dealing with some of the highest rates of food allergy in the world. What is behind our bodies rejecting the foods our forebears thrived on? Maria Said speaks with John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the age of stressing over our food.

Tasmanian Senator pushes for 'Safe Baby Havens'

The recent dumping of a newborn baby has renewed calls for 'Baby Safe Havens'

There are calls for changes to laws that threaten lengthy jail terms for parents abandoning babies and creation of 'Safe Baby Havens'

Calls for cyclists to be registered

Under a new road rule, motorists would have to keep a one-metre buffer between their car and cyclists.

A pedestrian who was allegedly run down by a cyclist in 2013 is launching legal action to uncover the identity of the mystery cyclist.