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Gareth Parker

Gareth Parker

If it's happening in Perth, Gareth Parker's Morning Program has it covered. Get the latest news, hottest issues and the opportunity to have YOUR say.

WA's GST share slashed AGAIN

The Commonwealth Grants Commission has today ruled that WA will get an even worse GST return than expected in 2017/18, down to 34 cents in the dollar from 38 cents.

Nahan pledges unity on GST

New WA Opposition leader Mike Nahan has told The Morning Show's Gareth Parker, he is committed to a unity ticket with Premier Mark McGowan on the issue of improving WA's GST share.

Recent Articles

'She should still be alive'

The scene of the crash which claimed the life of Charlotte Pemberton.

The Morning Show's Gareth Parker was contacted today by one of the first people on the scene of a crash through Forrestfield, which claimed the life of 19 year old Charlotte Pemberton.

Victim of teenage rapist 'living in fear'

Parents have expressed their concerns about the boys involved still attending a local school

The mother of a nine year old boy says her son is a shell of his former self, after he was sexually assaulted by a 17 year old boy, and allegedly sexually assaulted by a 12 year old boy.

Turnbull's union crackdown

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Employment minister Senator Michaelia Cash in Parliament House in Canberra on Monday ...

Legislation will be introduced into federal parliament which could see employers and union officials face jail time, if they're found to be making or receiving secret payments which could be considered corrupt.

Chaos at the City of Perth

Deputy Perth Lord Mayor James Limnios and Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi, in happier times.

The City of Perth Council is in disarray, with Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi claiming there is a witch hunt underway to see her ousted.

Porter's call to arms

Christian Porter is urging state Liberals to put their hands up to lead the party in WA

Federal Social Services minister Christian Porter has used his regular segment on The Morning Show with Gareth Parker, to urge the the WA Liberal Party to move quickly to find a new leader.

It was a 'bloodbath'

Liza Harvey concedes the election result has been devastating

Outgoing Deputy Premier Liza Harvey has given her first live radio interview since the Liberal Party's nightmare WA election result.

Straight down to business for new Premier

Premier-elect Mark McGowan in the 6PR offices

Labor's Mark McGowan will be sworn-in as Western Australia's 30th Premier within the week, after claiming the state election in a landslide.

PRRT fight brewing

A review is under into the Petroleum Resource Rent Tax.

The Morning Show's Gareth Parker says a new fight is brewing over whether multinational resource companies are paying their fair share for our resources.

Pauline's final Perth push

Senator Pauline Hanson does a radio interview on the campaign trail in Western Australia.

One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson has come to Perth for the final week of the State Election campaign, in a bid to garner extra votes for her Pauline Hanson's One Nation party candidates.

Costings compromise

Gareth Parker has taken up the issue of election costings

The Morning Show's Gareth Parker is calling for an independent Parliamentary Budget Office to be established in WA to assess costings of election promises.

'Amazon will destroy Australian jobs'

Gerry Harvey is warning about Amazon

Retail great Gerry Harvey is warning Australian business to prepare for the worst, with the arrival of Amazon later this year.

Harvey weighs in on cafe stoush

Yelo Cafe is facing legal action

Deputy Premier, and Scarborough MLA, Liza Harvey has written to the City of Stirling to urge the Mayor to drop legal action against Yelo cafe in Trigg.

'Please, please don't kill someone!'

Scene of a fatal crash through Capel

A Perth man has described the desperate moments when he watched a car drive into oncoming traffic on Bussell highway through Capel, before it crashed head-on into another vehicle, killing the driver.

Bombing of Darwin remembered

WW2 veteran Brian Winspear

World War II veteran Brian Winspear has spoken to The Morning Show's Gareth Parker, about his harrowing experiences during the Bombing of Darwin in 1942.

School assembly ban

St Jerome's Primary School in Munster

A southern suburbs primary school has been banned from holding school assemblies at the local parish hall, after a noise complaint from a nearby resident.

Synthetic drugs 'tip of the iceberg'

Synthetic cannabis has been implicated in several recent hospitalisations.

An Augusta mother has told The Morning Show's Gareth Parker, her son is fighting for his life in hospital, after taking a herbal treatment he bought online.

Uber flouts licensing rules

Uber concedes it does not check its drivers have their omni-bus licenses

The Morning Show's Gareth Parker has revealed Uber is failing to check whether its drivers have the necessary state government licensing.

Election Debate

Joe Francis and Alannah MacTiernan join Gareth Parker in studio to discuss key election issues.

The Morning Show with Gareth Parker will feature a weekly debate between the Labor Party's Alannah MacTiernan and the Liberal Party's Joe Francis, in the lead up to the WA State Election.

Tough love meth rehab

Shalom House is having an information day on February 4.

The head of one of Australia's toughest drug rehabilitation centres has told The Morning Show's Gareth Parker, the families of methamphetamine addicts need to come down hard on users.


Premier Colin Barnett

Premier Colin Barnett joins Gareth Parker to discuss all of the state's big issues and to take your calls.

Police Commissioner Karl O'Callaghan

Police Commissioner Karl O'Callaghan joins Gareth Parker in the 6PR studio, once a fortnight. Listen to the latest installment here.

Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia

Every second Tuesday at 10am, Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia joins Gareth Parker on the 6PR Morning Show, to take your calls.

Andrew Bolt on 6PR Mornings

Commentator Andrew Bolt joins Gary Adshead for his fortnightly segment on the 6PR Morning program.

Legally speaking with John Hammond

With one of the sharpest legal minds in the WA, lawyer John Hammond joins Gary Adshead fortnightly to share his 26 years of legal experience and expertise with listeners.

Talking Movies with Shannon Harvey

Film critic Shannon Harvey takes Gareth Parker to the movies every Thursday at 10.30am.

6PR Pub of the Year 2016

Karl Langdon will join Gary Adshead every Thursday at 9.50am to review the 6PR Pub of the Week.

Julie Meek - Dietitian and High Performance Specialist

Dietitian and high performance specialist, Julie Meek, joins Gareth Parker to answer your questions on health, diet and exercise.

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