With 12,000 tickets already sold & hoping to reach ticket sales of 30,000 plus, WAFC CEO Gavin Taylor is looking forward to Sunday’s WAFL Grand Final being played for the first time ever at Optus Stadium. Also, a West Coast Eagles stand alone team in the WAFL is on the cards but what does it […]
New stats suggest between March of 2017 and March of 2018, 12,000 people left WA for another state. We asked John Nicolaou from ACIL Allen Consulting why.
Technology has undoubtedly become essential for productivity and communication in our professional and personal lives. However, the most prominent reason users of all ages reach for their device is not to work, but to “zombie check”. These are the unthinking times you use your device throughout the day to avoid boredom. For example, pulling out […]
A Perth policewoman who ran into a Doubleview home to rescue two children who were being set alight by their father, has been named the inaugural National Policy Bravery Award winner. Senior Constable Stephanie Bochorsky joined Mornings with Gareth Parker, saying the experience remains a vivid memory for her.
New figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show an increase in the number of people working more than one job to pay their bills. ACTU Secretary Sally McManus told Mornings with Gareth Parker, there’s a concerning trend from employers toward the casualisation of the Australian workforce.
The State Government is set to protect established venues in Northbridge against whinging neighbours, with other locations in the works afterwards. New apartments in social areas will come with a noise warning on their title with the new laws to be put in place. The Minister for Planning, Rita Saffioti told 6PR Breakfast the law […]