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The final hour of Mornings with Gareth Parker each week is dedicated to The Final Word segment. Gareth was joined in the studio this week by 6PR’s Lisa Barnes and Channel 7 reporter Geof Parry to discuss the issues of the week and take your calls.

15/12/2017 / 29:49

A new campaign has been launched to address sexual harassment in medical workplaces, such as hospitals and doctor surgeries. Australian Medical Association WA President Dr Omar Khorshid told Mornings with Gareth Parker, the campaign comes after a doctor survey found a worrying prevalence of sexual harassment in WA hospitals.

15/12/2017 / 09:53

The State Government has come under fire after confirming tens of millions of dollars will be cut from the education budget. The School of the Air in five regional hubs will close, and a further 170 job will be cut, from 2019. Education minister Sue Ellery admitted on Mornings with Gareth Parker, she regrets having to tighten the […]

14/12/2017 / 08:45

Today marks the start of the final Ashes Test at the WACA, as the transition begins to the new Perth Stadium. Cricket writer at The Australian, Gideon Haigh stopped by Mornings with Gareth Parker, on his way to cover the action on Day One.

14/12/2017 / 18:10

Kevin Johnson from Argonaut Securities joins Oliver Peterson each day with his stock market report.

13/12/2017 / 03:45

Ross Lewis from joins Mornings with Gareth Parker once a month to talk all things beer and review his Beer of the Month. This month, Ross reviewed Nail Brewing’s Clout Stout, and named his Beers of the Year.

13/12/2017 / 17:33

Disability Services minister Stephen Dawson joined Mornings with Gareth Parker, after the State Government yesterday announced it will hand over control of WA’s National Disability Insurance Scheme operations to the Commonwealth. WA had been the only state to run its own administration under the previous Barnett Government. Mr Dawson explained the decision to sign on […]

13/12/2017 / 20:41

The latest Naplan results have been released, showing high school students are falling behind when it comes to knowing how Australia’s system of government works. Lecturer at the school of Social Sciences at Monash University, Zareh Ghazarian told Mornings with Gareth Parker, just 38 per cent of Year 10 students achieved a proficient standard in the […]

13/12/2017 / 09:48

Retail expert Robert Simpson discusses the problems with franchisor RFG

12/12/2017 / 12:30
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