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Australian words and sayings – where do they come from? What weird phrases have officially made it into our lexicon?

Recent Articles

Top tips for a safe road trip

the AAA report found the fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions are on average 25 per cent higher than claimed on ...

The yellow RAC vans were called out more than 3000 times in WA over the Easter weekend. What are some of the most common mechanical issues on road trips?

Dancing in the streets

Some of the crew from Triplets Ghetto Kids in the 6PR studios.

A group of talented young dancers from Uganda are in Perth to perform and spread the word about a charity helping kids from the streets.

Inside Perth's Easter services

Catholic Easter services are steeped in tradition, but have a modern side too.

It’s a busy time for the Catholic Church, with Easter services starting from Thursday. What is the significance of each of the Masses and the rituals associated with them?

Fine dining at Easter

Will you cook up a storm at Easter?

Former "Good Food Guide Young Chef of the Year" Ollie Gould shared his Easter food tips with us, and let us know about an amazing four-course gourmet experience at The Shorehouse restaurant.

A glimpse into our convict past

The cover image from Australia's Last Convicts.

Two Perth researchers have uncovered dozens of convict photographs in the State Records Office of WA – a significant find of national importance.

Perth's Festival of the Web

Tech enthusiasts will find plenty to love at the inaugural Festival of the Web.

Perth’s inaugural Festival of the Web kicked off over the weekend and includes the 26th International World Wide Web Conference.

Capturing the 'Cruellest Earth'

WA photographer Hugh Brown has captured incredible images from all over the world.

Hear from the Perth photographer on a mission to capture the experiences of people who work in some of the world's most dangerous conditions.

It's-a-me, Mario!

Mario is one of the best-loved video game characters of our time.

Mario is one of the best loved video game characters in modern history and we heard from the man who brings the famous plumber to life!

Marine park turns 30

Marmion Marine Park

This month marks 30 years since WA’s first marine park – the Marmion Marine Park – was established. Has it been a success?

Where does the recycling go?

Pictures shows Lake Macquarie's three bins. The green-lid bin is for green waste, the red-lid bin for general waste, the ...

What happens to the recyclables in the yellow lid bin? If you live in Perth’s southern suburbs, chances are your waste is taken to the Regional Resource Recovery Centre in Canning Vale.

Historic data to help whales

Tail of a southern right whale in Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth. tra19-Nullarbor Nullarbor Plain whale watching Credit: iStock

WA's whaling industry may have come to an abrupt end in 1978, but data from that time is now being used to learn more about the creatures.


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Natural Health with Hilary Lane

Her knowledge combines the best of modern and complementary medicine, so it's no surprise we come away a little wiser after pharmacist and naturopath Hilary Lane joins us in the studio!

Book of the Week: Mission to China

Queensland author John Holliday retraces the steps of his great-great-grandfather Walter Medhurst - a missionary whose legacy lives on in parts of Asia to this day.

Talking teeth with Dr Hooman Golestani

Whether you need dentures, implants, or a simple checkup - there's no dental question too tough for Dr Hooman Golestani!

Dr Anh answers your questions!

From birth marks, to scarring, tattoo removal and thread lifts... there was no question too hard for cosmetic surgeon Dr Anh!

Perth Tonight Spotlight: Keith Potger

You may know him best as one of the founding members of The Seekers, but there's a lot more to Keith Potger than his tremendous musical career.

Book of the Week: One Leg Over

Few could say they have lived as rich and varied a life as Robin Dalton.

Antiques in the outback

Perth Tonight's resident antiques and collectibles expert brought in a special guest - the star of a new television series!

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