Slightly Odway: Abbe May V The Kill Devil Hills

“I think this is one of the most iconic Australia songs ever written – I know what the band means to me … several of the members are extremely close friends of mine” Crowd favourite Abbe May returned to Breakfast with Taylah for a second helping of Slightly Odway. Abbe has been...

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19 hours ago, RTRFM

'Significant' new evidence threatens to delay start of Claremont serial killer trial

'Significant' new evidence threatens to delay start of Claremont serial killer trial

The trial of Bradley Edwards for the Claremont serial killings could be delayed after a Perth court is told of potentially significant new evidence uncovered by a Telstra employee who worked for the company in the 1990s.

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19 hours ago, ABC

MAGGIE ROGERS Stella Donnelly to support

MAGGIE ROGERS Stella Donnelly to support

Acclaimed US producer, songwriter and performer Maggie Rogers has announced hometown hero Stella Donnelly as the special guest […]

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19 hours ago, X-Press Magazine

Best things to do in the Swan Valley

Best things to do in the Swan Valley

I love the Swan Valley, we go past this beautiful part of Western Australia every week and always come home with boxes of fresh produce. We can’t get enough of Swan Valley’s fresh fruit, local ice-creameries, wineries, gourmet treats (love Mondo nougat) and restaurants.  It is also home to my favourite...

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20 hours ago, foodie cravings

Claremont serial killings: ‘Significant’ new evidence throws cloud over trial start date

A “significant” piece of new evidence has come to light that could “potentially imperil” the planned start date of the Claremont serial killings trial.

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20 hours ago, The West Australian

HATCHED Free entry opening night at PICA

HATCHED Free entry opening night at PICA

PICA have announced that their Hatched Graduate Show will once again be taking over their gallery […]

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20 hours ago, X-Press Magazine

Why you’re still paying a public holiday surcharge

Were you slugged an extra 15 per cent to eat out over Easter? You’ll also pay more for Anzac Day. Didn’t the penalty rate changes fix all that? Not quite, and here’s why ...

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20 hours ago, The West Australian

WA cold case: Chris Blennerhassett pleads not guilty to murdering Rebecca Anne Delalande

WA cold case: Chris Blennerhassett pleads not guilty to murdering Rebecca Anne Delalande

Chris Blennerhassett appeared in Stirling Gardens Magistrates’ Court today, charged over Rebecca Anne Delalande’s death. The mother disappeared in 2001.

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21 hours ago, The West Australian

Understorey: Horizons~First Step On A Long Walk

Understorey: Horizons~First Step On A Long Walk

Understorey: Horizons is our autumn season of curated programs from the Understorey sound-rich back catalogue.  In 2018, Understorey highlighted the huge changes about to transform the South West, through ongoing conversations between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people, as the South West Native Title...

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21 hours ago, RTRFM

Fall For The Winter Charms Of This New Sustainable Knitwear Label

Fall For The Winter Charms Of This New Sustainable Knitwear Label

Now that summer’s out and winter is on its way in, it’s time to embrace a few of the season’s greatest traditions: layers, scarves, outerwear and—arguably the best—cozy, soft and snug knitwear. Here to represent a more sustainable approach to winter style is new Australian...

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21 hours ago, The Urban List

RTRFM “Keep Community Radio” campaign

RTRFM “Keep Community Radio” campaign

Perth community radio station RTRFM 92.1 has asked Shadow Infrastructure Minister Anthony Albanese and Federal […]

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21 hours ago, X-Press Magazine

New $2 Coin Enters Circulation

New $2 Coin Enters Circulation

A new $2 has entered circulation this moth. Today, the Royal Australian Mint announces a new circulating coloured $2 coin marking the centenary of repatriation for Australian soldiers and nurses after the First World War. “The coin is an enduring acknowledgement of vital efforts to provide support...

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21 hours ago, So Perth

RSL scores $4.6m State Government grant for Anzac HQ revamp

The funding will go towards building and fitting out “Veterans’ Central”, which will house services for veterans and their families in one place.

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21 hours ago, The West Australian

The Volcanics get to talking

The Volcanics get to talking

The Volcanics have been making noise in Perth for years. They’re on the brink of releasing their fifth record, with first single Talk already being received well. Frontman Johnny stopped by Breakfast with Taylah to detail their latest track and catch up on what’s good with the band.

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22 hours ago, RTRFM

Bedford murders: Anthony Robert Harvey pleads guilty to murdering children, wife and mother-in-law

Bedford murders: Anthony Robert Harvey pleads guilty to murdering children, wife and mother-in-law

Perth father Anthony Robert Harvey has pleaded guilty to murdering his three children, wife and mother-in-law at their Bedford home last year.

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22 hours ago, The West Australian

Murderer Anthony Harvey admits killing five family members in Perth home

Murderer Anthony Harvey admits killing five family members in Perth home

A 25-year-old Perth man admits murdering his three daughters — one aged three and twin two-year-old girls — his 41-year-old wife and his 73-year-old mother-in-law inside their home in the Perth suburb of Bedford.

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22 hours ago, ABC

Once a star of the sky, this giant WWII flying boat now lies in a WA paddock

Once a star of the sky, this giant WWII flying boat now lies in a WA paddock

Two of Australia's most unique private military collections are tucked away on WA's south coast, not far from Albany where thousands of soldiers departed for WWI.

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22 hours ago, ABC

Taking Care of Business: Karen Gately

Taking Care of Business: Karen Gately

How to resign gracefully with Karen Gately from Corporate Dojo.

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23 hours ago, RTRFM

Cold case breakthrough sees man charged over historical Esperance rape

Cold case breakthrough sees man charged over historical Esperance rape

A cold case investigation into an alleged rape in Esperance more than 20 years ago has resulted in a charges being laid - after detectives reopened the case earlier this year.

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23 hours ago, The West Australian

Alleged gunman charged after Gosnells home is sprayed with bullets

One of the men police believe shot at a Rainbow Court property on Monday will appear in court over the incident.

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23 hours ago, The West Australian

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