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Award winning sports news breaker, Kim Hagdorn, joins Steve and Baz at 6:55am and 7:45am every weekday on 6PR Breakfast. On Monday Haggers told us some of the popular West Coast and Fremantle players could still be saved from being delisted. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Breakfast with Steve and Basil
 
An email to the Rumour File told us that Hollywood Hospital in Nedlands is set to get an Emergency Department. The CEO of Hollywood Hospital, Peter Mott, confirmed the rumour on 6PR Breakfast. "We are on track to open the first private ED north of the River in September of next year," Mr Mott told Steve and Baz. "Not only a private ED but also 90 b…
 
Millsy has tried his hand at many jobs including teaching and taxi driving, but this morning Steve asked Basil about the jobs he has taken on over the years. Baz had a paper round, but then took on the responsibility of the manual time clock operator at Subiaco Oval. Millsy then reminisced about his time working inside the sky-high WACA scoreboard.…
 
Each Friday Steve and Baz speak with Inspector Geoff DeSanges, who has been in the force for decades, in the 6PR Breakfast Police Report. This week Inspector DeSanges says your calls to Crimestoppers work, Cannington Detectives are currently doing raids after a call to Crimestoppers alerted them to some issues in the Cloverdale area. Hundreds of ch…
 
A Perth invention and company has been named as one of Time Magazine's Top 100 inventions of 2020. Nuheara launched in 2016 with its unique earbuds that can be used by the general public, people with hearing issues or with autism. The co-founder, David Cannington, says he's so proud of his little, local team that has made global headlines. "IQbudsM…
 
For listener Sally’s 60th birthday she did skydiving over Rockingham, she turned 80 this week, so she did that again. Sally is still very active and does cha cha dancing and takes her grandkids to their sporting activities on the weekend. She also set up a community group for stroke survivors. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Award winning sports news breaker, Kim Hagdorn, joins Steve and Baz at 6:55am and 7:45am every weekday on 6PR Breakfast. On Thursday Haggers told us Willie Rioli is finally set to get his hearing before Christmas 2020. The West Coast Eagle was suspended in September last year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The grandson of legendary horse trainer Bart Cummings, James, is bringing a horse to Perth to run at the Railway Stakes this weekend. A Cummings horse will line up at Ascot this Saturday and it looks like Kementari is enjoying Perth. “He’s travelled over there quite well, he’s settled in even better since he’s had the first run at Ascot,” James Cum…
 
Award winning sports news breaker, Kim Hagdorn, joins Steve and Baz at 6:55am and 7:45am every weekday on 6PR Breakfast. On Wednesday Haggers told us players' payments may only decrease seven per cent and not every player will be affected. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Breakfast with Steve and Basil
 
The WA Museum will be displaying some items that belonged to the late George Grljusich, including his binoculars and player statistics cards. The sports commentator's daughter, Jane Grljusich, spoke about the artifacts that will be on display when the WA Museum Boola Bardip opens on Saturday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Justin Langer may be the Australian cricket coach, but he's also known for being a genuine "good guy" and that personality shines through in a new children's book. Cricket The Aussie Way! Tells the tricks of cricket through a personal story of Langer sharing life advice to a junior cricket team. As a young cricketer Langer wrote to the great Sir Do…
 
Bob Tarlau is 6PR Breakfast’s US Correspondent bringing us the news from the day in the US. On Wednesday Bob told us Biden is warning that more people will die if Trump continues to refuse the White House transition. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Breakfast with Steve and Basil
 
As we count down the the final Steve & Baz Breakfast show, we want to catch up with some of the show's most heard callers. Lisa of Ellenbrook calls to talk about sport a lot, so we asked about her sporting background. Then she revealed she's been engaged to her partner for more than four decades. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Perth researchers have made a major breakthrough that could cut premature births by up to 40 per cent. More than 26,000 babies are born prematurely in Australia every year and Perth is the home to a national program to prevent pre term births. The executive director at the Women's & Infants Research Foundation says they do a measurement at 19 weeks…
 
Bob Tarlau is 6PR Breakfast’s US Correspondent bringing us the news from the day in the US. On Tuesday, Bob told us Massachusetts pharmaceutical company, Moderna, says its coronavirus vaccine has proven 94-and-a-half percent effective in a trial involving 30-thousand participants. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
A Queensland Magistrate ordered two "trolls" pay $150,000 in damages for a number of posts against a wedding planner. Lawyer Justin Quill says it's a warning for all people making comments on social media, the "average Joe" could be made accountable for defamatory remarks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Each Friday Steve and Baz speak with Inspector Geoff DeSanges, who has been in the force for decades, in the 6PR Breakfast Police Report. This week Inspector DeSanges told us the Police internal affairs department were emailed inappropriate photos. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Telling your kids little white lies could be "destructive" according to researchers from the a University in China. But parenting expert Maggie Dent says lying is a part of healthy development in children. "In actual fact there's research that shows that the brighter kids were able to bend the truth so that's what kids are actually doing around 4 t…
 
The Silly Season is certainly on its way with Australian comedy legend Kevin "Bloody" Wilson putting on some Christmas shows in Perth. The mostly inappropriate comedian minded his Ps & Qs long enough to chat with Steve and Baz on 6PR Breakfast about Kev's Krissmas Show at Crown Theatre. "The audience are what we call 'dusted', they totally know wha…
 
Award winning sports news breaker, Kim Hagdorn, joins Steve and Baz at 6:55am and 7:45am every weekday on 6PR Breakfast. On Wednesday Haggers told us Brownlow medalist Shane Woewodin is set to take over Peter Sumich's role as the WA State 18s coach with the WA Football Commission. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
6PR Breakfast listener, Theo, sent Steve and Baz an email about his daughter attempting a swim that many of us wouldn't dare, and all for the sake of awareness and fundraising. Georgia Ongarezos is swimming from Perth to Rottnest in complete darkness. She was aiming to raise $5,000 for Lifelline WA, but has already exceeded that target. https://www…
 
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