Breaking: Former prime minister Gough Whitlam has been described as a "source of inspiration" after passing away at his Sydney nursing home this morning.
Channel 10's game show Family Feud has been accused of being sexist after it posed the question: Name something people think is a woman job? RMIT's deputy dean of communications believes it was a sexist question.
Steve and Basil received the most remarkable call this morning when a listener revealed on air that he supplies illicit drug labs with pseudoephedrine. 'Bob' said he spends his days buying cold and flu tablets from pharmacies and reselling them to drug producers.
85 cent loaves of bread from Woolworths have bakers worried. The Bakers Association of Australia aren't happy with the supermarket giant's cost cut believing it will impact on the country's independent bakeries.
The art of face to face communication is slowly dying off thanks to the increasing use of smart phones. Fleur Allen - a master networker - spoke with Steve and Basil about the problems that arise from a lack of face to face communication.
A couple who attempted to help a man who had collapsed in a Subway store in Perth were told by the owner to drag the unconscious man outside. Michael was disgusted at the lack of care as fellow customers ignored the man.
Mining magnate Andrew 'Twiggy 'Forrest has revealed his proposed new welfare system that he said will help eradicate drug and alcohol abuse in Australia. The Idea came from a review of indigenous employment that Mr Forrest conducted for the Abbott Government.
The state Government has signed a $2.4 million deal with China Southern Airlines in a bid to bring 100,000 Chinese tourists to WA by 2020. Tourism Minister Liza Harvey spoke to Steve and Baz about the deal.
Two young men are being remembered by family and friends as 'full of life' and 'jokers' after they tragically died during yesterday's storm. Steve and Basil spoke to Hayden Stevens, a friend of the men who lived with muscular dystrophy.
They're colourful and occasionally funny but have Wicked Camper Vans overstepped the mark with their edgy slogans? A Sydney mother spoke to Steve and Basil about one particularly offensive painted van.
Feeling stressed but don't know why? Maybe a friend or family member has passed their stress onto you. Psychologists from St Louis University have found that stress is contagious, Kent and Rob spoke to Tony Buchanan about the findings.
Schoolkids could soon be standing up at their desks after research found that it's better for their health compared to sitting. Professor Leon Straker spoke to Kent and Rob on Breakfast about the health benefits that include weight loss.
Are there too many stupid rules that aren't needed? Do we live in a nanny state? Steve and Basil chatted to Tracey Brown the co-author of a new book 'In the Interest of Safety' which looks into society's bizarre rules. What's the most bewildering rule you've come across?
The Lord Mayor, Lisa Scaffidi has told the Breakfast program that the number of beggars in the city is growing and she has heard some 'professional' beggars earning up to $400 a day. Steve and Baz spoke to Ms Scaffidi about the issue and what can be done to help those in need.
6PR Breakfast co-host Basil Zempilas has been controversially dismissed by acting program manager Gary Rendell. The whole event was caught on video this morning during the eight o'clock news during an inpromtu game of office cricket.
6PR has assembled five of football's sharpest minds to deliver comprehensive analysis and inside knowledge of the game we love. Each day at around 7.50 you'll hear Steve Mills and Basil Zempilas pick some of the best brains in the business.
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 day at 8.20 on the Breakfast show Steve Mills and Basil Zempalis.
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.