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The Government has backflipped: Nahan

The State Government has today refused to rule out not moving Perth Modern, tax increases and a tax on junior miners. Opposition Leader Mike Nahan says the Government is doing backflips.

Technology with Ben Aylett – 29 May 2017

Each week, technology guru Ben Aylett of EZiWireless shares the latest news and answers your questions relating to all things digital! Listen to the 29 May 2017 segment below:

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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 told Oliver Peterson about the delays causing major headaches at Heathrow Airport.

12 hours ago / 04:33
Sport with Brad Hardie

It was a weekend both Fremantle and West Coast fans would rather forget. Brad Hardie gives us the fallout from the weekend in sport.

12 hours ago / 07:20
Perth’s phantom traffic jams

“Phantom jams” are adding hours to Perth motorist’s commute times. RAC WA’s General Manager Corporate Affairs Will Golsby says phantom jams – where there is no real reason for the delay – are adding more and more time to commutes.

12 hours ago / 03:03
Push to ban charges for paper bills

The Member for Perth Tim Hammond has introduced a private members bill to parliament to end the practice of charging customers for paper bills.

13 hours ago / 05:17
42nd Street at the Regal Theatre

WAAPA’s musical theatre students perform 42nd Street at the Regal Theatre.

21 hours ago
Entertainment news with Peter Ford

Peter Ford has all the latest and breaking entertainment news daily on 6PR Breakfast. On Monday Peter told us about the offers on the table to get Schapelle Corby to talk.

21 hours ago / 08:35
Enda Brady Breakfast UK Report

Enda Brady is Breakfast’s UK correspondent bringing us the news from the day in the UK. On Monday Enda spoke about British Airways disastrous computer glitch leaving plenty of flights grounded.

22 hours ago / 02:35
Bob Tarlau Breakfast US Report

Bob Tarlau speaks to Steve Mills and Basil Zempilas from LA every weekday after 6:45am. On Monday, Bob told us about Trump’s latest, controversial overseas trip.

22 hours ago / 02:56
Historical Books with Harry Schmitz 28/5/17

Harry Schmitz from “Elizabeth’s Bookshops” in his very entertaining weekly segment on “Remember When” talks “A Brief History of the Vikings: The Last Pagans or the first modern Europeans”? Did they really wear horned helmets? Harry also looks at “Machiavelli: The Prince” and the “History of the Typewriter”.

28/05/2017 / 20:55
Criminal “celebrities”

What do notorious Australian criminals Ned Kelly, Kate Leigh and Mark ‘Chopper’ Read all have in common? They are criminal ‘celebrities’. Crime historian and writer, Dr Leigh Straw is giving a free talk about this as part of Fremantle Heritage Week.  Leigh will discuss how criminals make history by engaging the public imagination. 1st of June 2017 at 10:30am until 11:30am at […]

28/05/2017 / 15:29
GWS Giants defeat West Coast Eagles

The GWS Giants have knocked off the West Coast Eagles at Domian Stadium to move to second on the ladder. The Giants did it tough against a home side who went into the fourth quarter marginally ahead. The only difference was two late majors from Toby Greene sealed the victory for the Giants. GWS 14.14.98 […]

28/05/2017
Putting off the inevitable

Stephen Anthony, the chief economist of Industry Super Australia, talks  about budget repair

28/05/2017 / 09:39
Life after Cricket

Former Australian cricketer Ed Cowan talks about his life after a major sporting career, as well as his new business venture – biodegradable coffee pods.

28/05/2017 / 10:28
Will your job be there in 10 years?

Demographer Bernard Salt talks about jobs of the future and where the booming areas will be

28/05/2017 / 10:12
The quirkiest pub in the outback, the Mungerannie Hotel, is for sale

Phil Greguke bought the hotel in 2006 and now, the retired former Holden worker of 22 years, is looking for a new adventure

28/05/2017 / 07:33
Kirk Clyatt – US Correspondent

Kirk Clyatt Every fortnight Tony speaks to US Correspondent Kirk Clyatt. Tonight Kirk talks about Memorial Day Weekend, A Seal lion that pulled a girl in the water, Bitcoin and what they are really worth, Stolen Jokes and much more

27/05/2017 / 21:28
Billy Pinnell – Music Segment

Billy Pinnell Billy Pinnell is one of Australia’s most knowledgeable music broadcasters and every fortnight we have a chat to Billy and look at the history of some well known songs. In this segment we feature  LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM & CHRISTIME McVIE / “IN MY WORLD”. STEVIE NICKS W/TOM PETTY/ “STOP DRAGGIN’MY HEART AROUND”. JOHN STEWART W/STEVIE NICKS & LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM / “GOLD”. FLEETWOOD MAC/ “RHIANNON”

27/05/2017 / 38:09
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