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A planet named... Bernard!

WA astronomers have been successful in its bid to name a minor planet after its founding chairman – Dr Bernard Bowen.

Recent Articles

Risking it all... for rum

Hayley Wells and Codie Palmer at the distillery.

10:07 PM   They sold their home to make their rum-fuelled dreams come true... and the gamble has paid off!

Noisy car? Don't ignore it...

If your car is making one of these sounds, it could be time to visit the mechanic!

Is there a knocking sound coming from your engine? A funny click when you turn a corner? Many of the sounds our cars make are normal... but some shouldn't be ignored.

Aussie digger's WWII diary stolen

Edward Lyle Solomon (left) during his military service.

Heartless thieves stole a WWII veteran's diary of his wartime experiences during a home burglary in Mandurah last week. His family is desperate for its return.

Travel bug bites over 50s

Are you due for a holiday?

What makes you feel alive? For 90 per cent of Aussies over 50, it’s all about travel!

A not-so-happy Valentine?

Valentine's Day is one of the busiest days of the year for florists.

Did your Valentine's Day flowers or gifts fail to impress? You may be entitled to a refund...

A 'mint' piece of local history

Another valuable rare piece - a 1901 Gold Proof Sovereign.

A rare 1899 Perth Mint Half Sovereign Proof, worth $550,000, will be one of the showstopping displays at the Perth Money Expo at Domain Stadium this weekend.

The politics of body language

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Experts say we can tell a lot about the intentions of our leaders by studying their actions, body language and behaviour. How can this be applied to Australian politics?

Living independently for longer

Will the home care changes make life easier for you?

From February 27, the Federal Government will implement changes to make it easier for older Australians to live independently.

In the studio with Michael Jackson

NEWS - Michael Jackson in concert at the MCG - originally filed 22nd November 1996 - Picture by Joe Armao. frame 5a - 7a ...

Having spent more than 18 years working alongside "the King of Pop", technical director Brad Sundberg has plenty of tales to tell about the legendary entertainer.

6PR listener takes us to Tangmalangaloo

This Christmas we are celebrating together as a family, and it's not something I'm taking for granted.

Perth Tonight enjoys great calls from listeners every night, but Michael from Beaconsfield pulled out all the stops with his reading of an Aussie Christmas poem.

My First Christmas In Heaven

A special Christmas poem, dedicated to those no longer with us.

By popular demand, enjoy Tony Mac's performance of a moving Christmas poem.


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Book of the Week: Pets on Holiday

When a hotel or caravan park says "pet friendly", what do they really mean?

Book: Last Words The Hanging of Ronald Ryan

This month marks 50 years since Ronald Ryan was executed - the last man to face the death penalty in Australia.

Chef Matt's hummus recipe

What do you do when unexpected guests show up looking for a feed? Chef Matt Leahy, of Ultimo Catering and Events, shared a few tips with 6PR's Harvey Deegan.

Book of the Week: Sharks Never Sleep

A shark attack can be the stuff of nightmares, and ample fodder for horror films, but what is the experience really like?

Perth Tonight Spotlight: Dr Clay Golledge

This month, we've turned the Perth Tonight Spotlight onto infectious diseases physician Dr Clay Golledge!

Perth Tonight Spotlight: Kay Hallahan

Kay Hallahan is no stranger to Perth Tonight listeners - she appears monthly on our Thursday Panel and News Review!

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