China is being told to come clean on its latest shot fired in the trade war with Australia. Beijing has been investigating claims of Australia dumping cheap wine, with preliminary tariffs of up to 212 per cent to be placed on imported Australian wine. The change kicks-in from tomorrow, meaning a $20 bottle of wine […]
A pet owner has told of a distressing experience with an emergency vet after her dog suffered a suspected poisoning. Kim’s dog Diesel was eventually put down after the 24-hour ordeal, which she claims cost her $2600 in emergency vet bills. “We noticed he’d lost full control of his body, he couldn’t walk, he couldn’t […]
RUMOUR CONFIRMED A woman has been arrested in Gwelup for allegedly stealing backyard furniture, including Christmas decorations. The Rumour File was alerted to the alleged crime earlier this week, after listeners reported items being stolen from their backyards, including Christmas lights, bird baths and outdoor furniture. Inspector Geoff Desanges today told 6PR Breakfast the alleged […]
Victoria has reason to celebrate today, after officially eliminating COVID-19. The state has recorded its 28th consecutive day with no new cases, deaths or community transmission, meeting the official definition of eradication. Previous advice from WA’s Chief Health Officer said WA will consider reopening to other states if they can achieve 28 days without community […]
The landmark ruling that some casual workers are entitled to paid leave will be challenged in the high court – we’re talking to John Hammond about it.
The WA Liberal Democrats have today tabled a petition in Parliament to legalise vaping in Western Australia. Organised by Legalise Vaping Australia, the petition has gained over 7000 signatures and is calling on the WA Government to lift the ban on the sale of liquid nicotine and vaping devices. Currently it’s only legal to purchase […]