If you thought fishing was only good for a couple of hours of peace and quiet and the odd free feed of fish, think again. New research shows that fishing is one of the healthiest past times you can participate in. Learn more here with Steve Mills.
Flight attendants on long-haul flights fear the chemicals they spray throughout cabins may lead to them developing Parkinson's disease. Steve Mills spoke to lawyer Tanya Segalov who is representing one flight attendant in a compensation claim against QANTAS.
Australian Test captain Michael Clarke has declared he will be fighting fit for the first Ashes test at the Gabba in Brisbane. Steve Mills spoke to Clarke about his preparation and the release of the latest Ashes Diaries.
Young Australian men racing to have the perfect body are putting their health and hearts at risk as more of them purchase dodgy supplements and steroids online. Steve Mills spoke to cardiology expert Professor Ian Hamilton from Griffith University.
The names of Perth's sister cities will be used to for new roads created by the Perth City Link project. Roads names like Taipei Lane, Chengdu Place and Nanjing Court will created if the final approval is given by the Geographic Names Committee.
Two classrooms have been destroyed and another four damaged after a fire broke out at Cannington Community College early this morning. Steve Mills spoke to the college's Principal Clive Graham and 6PR's Emily White from the scene.
The newly elected member for Fairfax, Clive Palmer, has labelled the Australian Electoral Commission as incompetent for losing 1375 ballot papers WA. Steve Mills spoke with Mr Palmer about his colorful analysis of the AEC's performance.
Meet Perth's very own, and first, animal whisperer. Claire M Stade is set to become the first person in Western Australia to become a qualified animal whisperer. Clare joined Steve Mills in the studio to explain how she is able to talk to the animals.
There is, and only ever will be, one Dawn Fraser. Dawn has penned a new book which is a collection of life's lessons as only she could have learned them through her colorful and sometimes dark life. Steve Mills spoke to dawn on the Breakfast show.
Back in 2011, as a 12 year old, Elliott Jackson acted selflessly to rescue his father Stuart after a surfing accident. Two years later Elliott has been recognised for his heroism with the WA Pride of Australia 'Child of Courage' award.
WA has become the only state not to outlaw solarium sun bends after the Queensland government announced plans to ban the beds. Steve Mills spoke to Terry Slevin from the WA Cancer Council and WA Health Minister Kim Hames.
Manned by some of the best drilled personnel in the armed forces the guns on Rottnest’s Oliver Hill Battery were a pivotal cog in WA’s defence during WWII. So why were people surprised to discover they were women who manned those guns?
Ahead of 6PR's next 'Your Suburb, Your Voice' community forum in Rockingham, Steve Mills took a look at one of the key issues for the seaside suburb, crime. Steve spoke with Peel District Superintendent Peter Halliday about operation 'Esteem'
One man on a mission to improve sporting facilities in WA is poised to become the most unlikely of senators after the distribution of preferences from the 2013 election. Steve Mills spoke to Wayne Dropulich from the Australian Sports Party.
Prestigious girls' school Penrhos College has placed a ban on students using mobile phones during recess breaks and lunch because of concerns students were losing the art of conversation. Steve Mills spoke to Penrhos College Principal Meg Melville.
There is a very strong rumour circulating that the mandatory re-testing of drivers over the age of 85 will be scrapped by the government because it is too costly. Steve Mills spoke to Ken Marston from the Council of the Aging who supports the idea
Perth Glory owner Tony Sage has entered in to a fight with the government over the levy paid by the club for public transport by soccer fans who attend Glory home games. Paul Murray spoke to Mr Sage who says he doesn't want to pay for fans who don't use public transport.
WA Attorney General Michael Mischin and recently crowned Lawyer of the Year Tom Percy have gone toe to toe in the studios of 6PR this morning to debate the state of law in WA. Moderated by Steve Mills you can listen to the debate, and leave your opinion, right here.
Wil Anderson is Perth for his Goodwill tour, with shows tonight and tomorrow at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. But before he performs, Wil dropped by the 6PR studios where he chatted with Steve Mills and nominated his own Bulltish Artist of the Week.
Steve Mills put the call out to see if men in Perth are following the national trend of wearing bold jewelry including fat rings, chunky gold chains and heavy jewel encrusted watches. Well according to our listeners it never left. Are you part of the 'bling set? Let us know and send us a picture.
AFL boss Andrew Demetriou says the whole Essendon supplement scandal is the saddest day in footballs history Steve Mills spoke to Mr Demetriou following the penalties imposed on the Bombers and his regrets that school children now talk about peptides and doping.
Skyhooks, Right Said Fred, Charles Dunning and even Willie Nelson have made the cut for 6PR's Ultimate Campaign Trail soundtrack. This bi-partisan compilation album has been put together by 6PR's online listeners and contains a track for every political mood. Click here to listen.
Cooking's undisputed mad scientist Heston Blumenthal will complete a promised trip to Margaret River which was cancelled last year due to the death of two close friends. The man who has captured the imagination of professional and amateur cook a like spoke to Steve Mills.
Last night AFL General Counsel Andrew Dillon announced the Essendon Football Club and four officials have been charged for bringing the game into disrepute. Richard Ings is a former ASADA chief and explained the investigation process to Steve Mills.
Listener “Jay’s” teenage son has been buying alcohol over the internet using a pre-paid Visa card. Millsy spoke to cyber security expert Amanda Nella, from Nella Global Solutions, about whether this is a widespread problem.
If you believe that the political correct vanguard amongst us have sucked all the fun out of the world then take heart that Rodney Rude is still around. Rodney spoke with Steve Mills ahead of his 'In the Wrong Hole' tour coming to WA.
Holiday makers to Bali are being warned about the risk of contracting the debilitating virus Dengue Fever as the number of cases being detected in the West skyrockets. The Breakfast programs Emily White revealed the number of reported cases of the mosquito born virus.
Taxpayer money will be used to buy up all boats in Indonesian that could be potentially used by people smugglers to bring asylum seekers to Australia. Steve Mills spoke to the Coalition's immigration spokesperson about the idea and how it would work.
The City of Perth will enjoy an extra $2.8 million dollars a year courtesy of a redistribution of council boundaries that has seen it gain control of the Crown complex in Burswood. Steve Mills spoke to Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi about the boundary carve up.
The AFL is expected to announce the penalties that will be imposed on Essendon for their role in the supplements scandal that has headlined the 2013 AFL season. Steve Mills spoke to 3AW's Shane McInnes outlined the expected penalties and the ramifications.
WA missed the opportunity to host a match with UK football team Liverpool because the Premier's Department decided to direct resources to the March 2013 election. 6PR's Peter Vlahos made the revelation after talking to promoters involved in the Liverpool tour.
Steve Mills may have to reconsider running away to join a Tibetan monastry after attempting to match chanting abilities with some of the best in business. Members from Gyuto Monks of Tibet who will be performing at the Fremantle Town Hall from now until Sunday 28 July.
The Australian charge to win the Ashes just a little tougher with Britain's infamous Barmy Army vowing to remind the Aussies exactly where they are playing. Steve Mills spoke to the army's founder Paul Burnham about the tactics for this years assault on the Aussies.
Porn and "lads'" magazines will be pulled from sale at base cafes and newsagents on military bases as the Australian Defence Force looks to clean up its culture. Steve Mills spoke to former ADF psychologist Leith Henry about the move and the army's culture.
Tenants living in Department of Housing homes are using Gumtree to swap their residence with others. Rob Broadfield and Kent Roberts spoke with Housing Minister Bill Marmion who says home swapping is not allowed.
Despite sitting fifth on the ladder the best ranked Fremantle player in the league is Stephen Hill who sits in 77th position, according to the AFL Player Ratings. The ratings were kinder to West Coast, with four players in the top 50.
Through the 80's and 90's there was one name that dominated Australian motor racing and that name was Dick Johnson. Steve Mills spoke to Dick about his life since retiring from driving and becoming the driving force behind Dick Johnson Racing.
Australia’s Bernard Tomic has been eliminated from Wimbledon after losing 6 7, 7 6, 6 4, 6 4 to Czech Tomas Berdych. Serana Williams was a shock fourth round loser, going down to Sabine Lisicki. Kent Roberts and Rob Broadfield spoke with Fairfax reporter Graham Agers.
The Green CAT service from Leederville to the CBD was launched this morning, in an effort to ease congestions in the city. Rob Broadfield and Kent Roberts spoke with 6PR’s Emily White who was riding along the new Green CAT route.
Demolition on the Burswood Dome has begun with the deflating of the stadiums roof. The Burswood Dome will make way for 1000 ground-level parking bays. Rob Broadfield and Kent Roberts spoke with Crown Operations Manager Andrew Hill.
The Federal Opposition says returning Prime Minister Kevin Rudd must either stick with the September 14 election date, or bring it forward. Kent Roberts and Rob Broadfield spoke with Deputy Opposition Leader Julie Bishop and the Palmer United Party’s Clive Palmer.
The one and only Paul Hogan joined Steve Mills on 6PR's Breakfast program ahead of his weekend one man show. The man who became known simply as Hoges to his legion of fans reminisced about his life and the many laughs he's shared on the way.
Should you look at ditching the Corn Flakes in the morning for a cup of coffee instead? Kent Roberts and Rob Broadfield spoke with Griffith University’s Matt Schubert who says from his research early results show coffee can suppress a person’s appetite.
West Coast Eagles ruckman Dean Cox says Andrew Embley’s off the ball incident on Hawthorn’s Ben Stratton was a brain fade and not a reflection on how he normally plays. Cox joined Rob Broadfield and Kent Roberts to dissect last Friday night’s loss to the Hawks.
Brownlow medalist and Hawthorn premiership player Shane Crawford is riding from Melbourne to Perth to raise funds for Breast Cancer Network Australia. Rob Broadfield and Kent Roberts spoke with Crawford who hopes to reach Perth by July 11.
The travel plans of hundreds of people were disrupted today as security screening staff protested for a pay rise to bring them in to line with their eastern states couter-parts. Steve Mills spoke to 6PR's Emily White who was down at the protest.
Business groups in Perth believe that the cure for our states growing traffic congestion would be the introduction of toll roads on major roads. Steve Mills spoke to Joe Lenzo from the property council of Australia who is pushing the idea.
Suggestions that Princess Kate Middleton is considering using a type of hypnotism during the birth of her first child has whipped up a frenzy of interest in the method. Steve Mills spoke to an expert in the method, Melissa Spilsted, to find out what's entailed.
Billionaire businessman and political aspirant Clive Palmer joined the Breakfast show to discuss his passions and political desires with Steve Mills. Mr Palmer told Steve major political parties have already started to court him to run at the next election.
The discovery of three women who have been missing, presumed dead, for over a decade has been described as the miracle that shocked the US. Steve Mills spoke to a local business owner who lived near the home where the three girls were rescued from.
Two people have been reportedly killed and dozens injured after multiple explosions were set off during the Boston Marathon. Robin Karin, a 17-year-old from Boston, has told Steve Mills two of the explosions were set off near the finish line.
Former Olympian and Channel 7 broadcaster Neil Brooks says after thirty years of making headlines with spectacular successes and failures has left him with many regrets. Steve Mills spoke to Neil about life in the headlines and his new book.
Australia's love affair with Bali may not be completely over but figures show that our holidaying hearts have wandered to the USA . Steve Mills spoke to Fight Centre's Greg Parker about the fact more Aussies are heading state side Bali this year.
The Liberal party has announced tough new laws that will target drivers that 'hoon' and disrupt neighbourhoods with reckless driving. Steve Mills spoke to Police minister Liza Harvey who says hoon drivers will lose their cars immediately if caught.
Our Mental Health and Disability Services Minister says WA will sign up to the NDIS but it will be under terms that protect the current system here in WA. Steve Mills spoke to Helen Morton about what needs to change for WA to sign.
Lives and homes in the south-west town of Greenbushes remain under threat as firefighters continue to battle fires sparked by a lightening strike. Steve Mills spoke to Bridgetown-Greenbushes Shire President Brian Moore about the mood in the town.
Channel 7's Dr Peter Larkins says it is highly unlikely that the allegations facing Essendon Football club are based around supplements but rather something more sinister. Steve Mills spoke to the AFL medico about the pursuit of sporting excellence.
Hundreds of Perth university students are apparently using a US website which allows students to find 'sugar daddies' who will pay their way through university. Steve Mills spoke to Jennifer Gwynn from seekingarrangement.com about the service.
Experts say Australians need to find an hour a day to exercise if they want to avoid becoming the obese country and suffer the associated health problems that comes with obesity. Steve Mils spoke to nutritionist Rosemary Stanton about the new guidelines.
Victoria Cross recipient Corporal Ben Roberts-Smith says he isn't leaving the the Special Air Services to pursue a career outside the military. Corporal Robert-Smith released a statement after a news story claimed he was taking up a role in the private sector.
A documentary about ABBA's Australian tour during the '70s, will be on ABC1 tonight. Annie Wright, a publicist who was with ABBA from the start of the journey, spoke to Steve Mills about the career of one of the most successful music groups in history.
Say the name Peter Ford and the first thing that springs to mind is the world of Showbiz. Peter's coverage and knowledge of the Australian entertainment landscape is second to none. Peter can be heard every Monday at 7.30 on the Breakfast show.
It's said every man needs the grounding influence of a good woman and with journalist Andrea Burns we at least have the womanly part covered. Andrea joins Steve Mills every Tuesday for her 'Real Life' segment, delving in to the issues and dilemmas of modern life.
Author, columnist and former Wallaby, Peter FitzSimons, has been recruited to the Breakfast show for his take on the major (and sometimes minor) issues that face the world. Peter can be heard Wednesdays after the 7.30 news on Breakfast with Steve Mills.
In his regular Breakfast slot, 6PR's resident legal eagle Tom Percy has given an insiders perspective of the Llyod Rayney murder trial. Tom also told Steve MIlls he believes his long time nemesis, Christian Porter, will one day become Prime Minister.