• Dockers remain undefeated

    Fremantle held on for a 14 point win at home despite a strong finish from Sydney.

    Zac Clarke of the Dockers takes a contested mark in the pack during the match against Sydney on Saturday.
  • WA to get no-fault

    The state manager of the National Disability Scheme of WA is welcoming reports the government will introduce a no-fault insurance scheme in the state budget.

    Car registrations will increase by $100 a year.
  • Proposed $1.6billion road a waste of money

    A report by Professor Peter Newman from the Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute has described the WA Government's proposed $1.6 billion road freight link as a waste of taxpayers' money.

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Talking Perth

Dockers remain undefeated

Zac Clarke of the Dockers takes a contested mark in the pack during the match against Sydney on Saturday.

10:31 PM   Fremantle held on for a 14 point win at home despite a strong finish from Sydney.

WA nurse returns after helping fight Ebola

Health workers wearing personal protective equipment assist an Ebola patient

WA nurse Anne Carey has returned from her third trip to Sierra Leone after helping threat those sick with Ebola

Proposed $1.6billion road a waste of money

freight road

Melanie Bonolo   A report by Professor Peter Newman from the Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute has described the WA Government's proposed $1.6 billion road freight link as a waste of taxpayers' money.

WA Police with guns at ANZAC events

The order also applies to off-duty officers planning to march in uniform at parades.

Royceton Hardey   The decision was unprecedented but necessary.

Does this make WA the worst drivers in the country?

Are WA the worst drivers?

Aine Ryan   Car insurance premiums have risen more in WA than anywhere else in the country... Does this make us the worst drivers?

Age discrimination in the workplace

Age discrimnation

Melanie Bonolo   Over a quarter of over-50s had experienced age discrimination in the last two years and 80 per cent of those said they had suffered negative impacts.

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Sport

Clarke: Effort is non-negotiable

Zac Clarke in action.

Ben Cameron   Fremantle ruckman Zac Clarke reflects on their Western Derby win against West Coast and looks forward to their annual Len Hall match against Sydney. 

Lyon: Are we good enough?

Ross Lyon has won six consecutive Western Derbies as coach of Fremantle.

Ben Cameron   Fremantle coach Ross Lyon says his team know they are fit enough and hungry enough but are just waiting to find out if they are good enough. 

All the information before, during and after the Western Derby XLI

Western Derby

All the information before during and after Western Derby XLI

Lowe: Everyones work being chipped away

NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 06: Kenny Lowe coach of Perth Glory during the round 24 A-League match between the Newcastle Jets and Perth Glory at Hunter Stadium on April 6, 2015 in Newcastle, Australia.  (Photo by Tony Feder/Getty Images)

Ben Cameron   A flat Kenny Lowe live on 6PR's Sports Today as the FFA's independent disciplinary committee sits to decide if the Perth Glory are guilty of alleged salary cap breaches.

Sally ready to go one better in 2015

Sally Fitzgibbons

Ben Cameron   A three-time women's World Surfing Tour runner-up, Sally Fitzgibbons is hoping to go one better in 2015.

Simpson reissues challenge

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 30:  Eagles coach Adam Simpson looks  ahead during the round two AFL match between the Melbourne Demons and the West Coast Eagles at Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 30, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Ben Cameron   Adam Simpson has challenged his team to beat top-eight sides ahead of this weekend's Western Derby. 

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WA's Best Steak Sandwich

The iconic steak sandwich.

Royceton Hardey   Yum! The search is on for WA's Best Steak Sandwich 2015.

Ultravox's Midge Ure talks future, past and present 

Midge Ure

Ultravox frontman and successful solo artist in his own right, Midge Ure returns to Australia in April for a short solo acoustic tour.

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

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.