A WA police officer has been stood following a Corruption and Crime Commission probe into an incident where the officer is alleged to have used excessive force when tasering a man in Fremantle. Corruption and Crime Commissioner John McKechnie told Oliver Peterson the CCC was ‘dissatisfied’ with the conclusion of an investigation into the incident by […]
Every Wednesday at 2pm on Afternoons we talk all things property. This week REIWA Vice President Damien Collins joined the Program. Listen here.
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There are concerns there could be a series of rate hikes on mortgages – out of cycle with the Reserve Bank – has begun, after Suncorp Bank said yesterday it would lift its owner-occupier mortgage rate by 0.05 percentage points. Martin North, Principal at Digital Finance Analytics joined Gareth Parker. Press play to hear the […]
New analysis shows just one in four students are entering university undergraduate courses based on their ATAR, exposing a huge contrast to the importance placed on ATAR in schools. “Essentially each student gets ranked based on their scores in their subjects and they get given a number from 30 to 99.95…it’s essentially the percentage of […]
Looking for work? Kalgoorlie might be your best bet. The Kal jobs expo is on next Wednesday, March 28 at CCIWA (180 Hay St East Perth, opposite 6PR) Steve and Baz spoke with Kalgoorlie-Boulder Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO, Simone De Been about the 1000 jobs available in the region, many of which are […]