• Keogh happy with hat-trick

    Although a coach in the stands and 10-yellow cards, were low-lights of the Perth Glory match against Melbourne City, a Andy Keogh hat-trick provided a big high-light for the Glory's 3-2 win.     "I enjoyed that one. That one would definitely be up there, especially being on the left foot," Perth Glory striker Andy Keogh told Peter Vlahos on 6PR's Bouncing Around.  Listen to the full interview here...   

    Prolific striker Andy Keogh
  • Leak vindication

    The cartoonist behind a controversial image in The Australian newspaper says he was merely depicting a harsh reality.

    The Bill Leak cartoon that prompted the #Indigenousdads hashtag.
  • No help on Roe Hwy

    John tells Gary Adshead about an incident on Roe Hwy where a young driver had a seizure while driving.

    Stranded by the side of the road.

Talking Perth

School snake bite training

Tiger snakes are said to be in strong supply around Herdsman Lake.

Perth schools are being urged to take part in snake bite first aid training ahead of peak snake season over the Summer holidays.

Kids and fire safety

Aaron's Promise aims to teach young children about fire safety.

Every year, hundreds of fires are started by Western Australian children - many of whom don't fully understand the risks or consequences.

The organic food myth

Is organic food a con?

Organic foods aren't all they've cracked up to be according to Bjorn Lomborg.

Gift giving etiquette

Is there such a thing as a bad gift?

Planning your Christmas shopping? Regardless of your budget, noone is immune from a gifting faux pas.

Peter Ford: 'More form than Makybe Diva'

Azealia Banks and Russell Crowe

6PR's entertainment reporter Peter Ford has the latest on the altercation between Azealia Banks and Russell Crowe and Matthew Newton's engagement

PM rules out gun law changes

The PM has ruled out changes to Australia's gun laws.

The Prime Minister says there is "no chance" the federal government would weaken Australia's gun laws, to pass legislation

Dodgeball Champs to Aus

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 11: Amber Darwinkel, captain of the Australian women's dodgeball team, ahead of the ...

The World Dodgeball Championships are coming to Australia and both our mens and womens teams have a good chance of taking out the titles. And yes, we asked if they can dodge a wrench.

Dog fight at Coogee Beach

Dogs will be banned from Coogee Beach.

Coogee Beach around the café area will be declared a dog-free zone.


Win one of 10 trips for two to the Emirates Melbourne Cup!

Be there, for the race that stops the nation!

Thanks to TABtouch, 6PR and Channel Seven are sending TEN couples to the 2016 Emirates Melbourne Cup.

Win $2,500 towards "A New Start" with Rossmoyne Waters

Don't miss the chance for an exciting new start!

Listen to Chris Ilsley week nights from 8pm for your chance to win $2,500 towards "A New Start" in your retirement, thanks to Rossmoyne Waters - for the retiree that wants more!


Keogh happy with hat-trick

Prolific striker Andy Keogh

Although a coach in the stands and 10-yellow cards, were low-lights of the Perth Glory match against Melbourne City, a Andy Keogh hat-trick provided a big high-light for the Glory's 3-2 win.

Bartel's decorated career

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 26: Jimmy Bartel of the Cats is awarded The Jim Stynes Community Leadership Award at ...

Jake Battrick   Geelong 300 gamer Jimmy Bartel announced his retirement from AFL Football earlier this week.

Will the Wallabies break their 30 year Eden Park hoodoo?

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 25: Wallabies coach Michael Cheika and Wallabies players look dejected after losing the ...

Jake Battrick   Rugby Union commentator Kent Johns believes it'll be tough for the Wallabies to defeat the All Blacks at Eden Park when the two sides meet.

What to do with Jager?

Where will Jager land?

Ben Cameron   Karl Langdon has urged Gold Coast to get a deal done for Jaeger O'Meara, while Brad Hardie says the Suns should send him to the pre-season draft if need be. 

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Old-school barbers in style

Portrait of brutal bearded man looking at vintage razor

It seems Perth men are demanding a lot more than the old short, back and sides these days, with a new barber shops popping up around town.

Elvis: The Wonder Of You

Elvis - If I Can Dream Tour 2017

"There was five older guys trying to get up a football game and Elvis was so unpopular that he couldn't get six people... so they let the grade school kid play. That started at 23 year friendship and a 10 year professional relationship."  

Hot Chocolate return to Perth

They win again: Hot Chocolate in 2014, from left, singer Kennie Simon, drummer Tony Conner, bassist Patrick Olive and ...

"Her Majesty The Queen and Prince Philip decided to do the waltz to You Sexy Thing."

Maggie Beer's foodie wisdom

Maggie Beer

"If we can encourage people to bake, whether it's baking bread or pastry or cake, it's part of being involved with food which is a delight." - Maggie Beer