While many companies are shutting down, the cigarette business continues to thrive. In a time where there is a focus on health should cigarettes be banned? With 57 people dying from cigarette related illnesses per day Dr Marita Hefler says “there is no other product that stays of our shelves that is that dangerous.”
Despite warnings from the government and police, it appears people are flocking to Perth beaches. While we haven’t been banned from beaches – under coronavirus restrictions – we’re being urged to just have a quick swim and head straight home. Nine News Perth’s Kelly Haywood is at Cottesloe Beach and has told Gareth Parker she […]
Karl Langdon spotted a crowd of people at his local beach on Good Friday morning, but WA Police officers are out patrolling the busy areas to ensure people are doing the right thing. “We’re really appealing to people to do the right thing at this really difficult time and stay home,” Inspector Geoff DeSanges told […]
Virgin is suspending all domestic services except one, as the airline suffers a fall in demand following the coronavirus outbreak. Just one flight will operate between Melbourne and Sydney, everyday except Saturdays. The changes will come into effect tomorrow. Oliver Peterson spoke with Executive Traveler editor David Flynn.
A leading epidemiologist says when it comes West Australians wearing masks in public we are “unlikely to need it.” Epidemiologist at the University of NSW Professor Mary-Louise McLaws told Oliver Peterson which people should be using masks and encouraged Australians to get a flu shot this year.
6PR Mornings host Gareth Parker has revealed a fight is brewing between the state government and Parliament’s corruption oversight committee, with accusations levelled against Premier Mark McGowan he is attempting to politicise the reappointment of CCC boss John McKechnie. Mr McKechnie’s term as CCC Commissioner expires in just 19 days, and he’s been recommended by […]