Fremantle could stop the Geelong Cats finals hopes when they head to Kardinya Park this Saturday, and the Dockers’ aren’t ruling out anything. Michael Walters injured his left hamstring during Fremantle’s win over Carlton on Sunday and Fremantle feared he wouldn’t return for the season, but he’s still in the mix for Saturday’s clash. “He’s […]
Shift workers’ sick leave is under the microscope in a move that has triggered the Federal Goverment to intervention legally as employers are concerned they’ll face a massive bill for back pay. The case, which is before the Federal Court, relates to the meaning of the phrase “10 days of paid personal/carer’s leave” in section 96 of […]
Students at the University of Western Australia are petitioning against an event to be held on campus, which will host a controversial American paediatrician. Doctor Quentin Van Meter is known to hold the view that transgender people have a mental health disorder. He’s due to give a speech on Friday evening – as part of […]
After nearly 20 years Waroona Dam (Lake Navarino) is overflowing! Simon spoke with Bernie Worthington – Acting Chairman of MAPTO (Mandurah & Peel Tourism Organisation) & Owner of Drakesbrook Fine Wines about the history of the dam and what activities there are to do in the area if you’re considering a visit to witness the […]
The Founder of Magpiealert.com, John Clarke was inspired to create the live tracking website, which alerts the public to magpie swooping hotspots in real time, after he was viciously attacked by the birds. He spoke with Chris about changing weather patterns and why swooping season has started early this year.
The State Government will trial smart-drum lines – as it looks to mitigate the risk of shark attacks. The Government has previously vowed to wait until a trial of the technology was completed in New South Wales – but has now moved on the issue. A 12 month trial will take place at Gracetown in […]