Former WA Police Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan joins Carmen and Michael every Saturday at 10am for Karl’s Corner. This week Karl explored his views on how to tackled WA’s extreme Aboriginal incarceration rates, deaths in custody, the Black Lives Matter movement, the foster care system and his own experience fostering children.
At just 14 years of age Owen Briffa may be our youngest historian yet. He is the curator of Lost Mundaring and Surroundings Local History Museum and has been fascinated with history since he was 5. Suburban Focus heads to Parkerville to mark the 125th anniversary of the gazetting of the township. Owen told Carmen […]
A drug developed by a UWA affiliate company has been chosen for a global trial to treat Covid-19. We’re speaking to Dimerix chairman James Williams about this incredible local success.
The Federal Government has announced changes to foreign investment rules, so overseas bids for assets with a national security connection can be blocked. Oliver Peterson spoke with entrepreneur Dick Smith about foreign investment in Australia.
Premier Mark McGowan says the high cost of intrastate flights is not good enough, given WA travellers can’t travel freely anywhere else. Oliver Peterson spoke with Curtin University’s aviation marketing expert Dr Michael Baird about why it costs so much to fly in WA.
WA Health Minister Roger Cook was on leave in mid January after working the Christmas shift as acting Premier when he first heard the words ‘novel coronavirus’. As the news filtered in, he reached out to his team and after about 48 hours the instruction came – get back into the office because this is […]