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BIO Colin grew up in Grand Rapids Mi. When he was about eight years old, he started playing guitar. He played classical guitar but was also attending punk rock shows that his two older brothers would take him to. He listened to albums from everyone from the Sex Pistols to Yes, John Denver to Bad Brains. He played in a series of indie bands in both west Michigan, New York City, Seattle and Chicago. Colin recently relocated to New York and plans to release a new record in 2016 on his own label ...
 
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Julie Bishop has said that the seat of Curtin has become unpredictable due to teal independent Kate Chaney and preference votes. The former foreign affairs minister told Liam Bartlett on 6PR Mornings that the fight is between Curtin MP Celia Hammond and Independent candidate Kate Chaney. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
As the election campaign draws to a close and voters head to the polls this weekend, 6PR Mornings has been focusing on key marginal seats critical to the outcome of the May 21 vote. This week, Liam Bartlett was joined by Ken Wyatt, Liberal candidate and current member for Hasluck and Tania Lawrence, Labor candidate. See omnystudio.com/listener for …
 
An Aussie mum has been sacked as a breastfeeding counsellor because she used the word ‘mother’ rather than the gender-neutral term ‘parent’. Her crime was using the term ‘mother’, which is being categorised as “hate speech” by the Australian Breastfeeding Association, of which Jasmine Sussex was a member for almost two decades and counsellor until …
 
As promised, we read John le Carré's 355 page spy novel. We speculate on what's real, how difficult it is to seduce people, if this it's pulp or not, and the 2011 adaptation. Email us at welovedickpodcast@gmail.com follow us on twitter @wldpodcast Music and productionby Cary Daniels: https://soundcloud.com/caryddaniels…
 
National Road Safety Week runs from the 15th of May until the 22nd. With multiple eRideable incidents across WA, the Road Safety Commission has begun the 'Make every eRide safe' campaign to educate Western Australians on the rules in place. Adrian Warner, WA Road Safety Commissioner, joined Liam Bartlett to cover the dangers of e-scooters, overseas…
 
An outbreak of foot and mouth disease spreading rapidly across Indonesia poses the biggest threat to Australia's $70-billion a year meat and livestock industry in decades. Something which has not been seen since 1986 in Indonesia. Beth Cookson, Australia's Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer, spoke to Liam Bartlett to speak about the implication for Au…
 
6PR Mornings host Liam Bartlett has joined the chorus of listener feedback flabbergasted at St John's Ambulance. The private ambulance service took more than 2.5 hours to attend a woman's house in Ashby who had called complaining she was having a heart attack. By the time paramedics arrived at Georgina Wild's home, they found her unresponsive on he…
 
ACTIV Foundation has thrown the lives of more than 700 supported employees (people with disabilities) and 90 staff members into turmoil after they announced they were closing seven of their workshops across Perth and regional WA. CEO Michael Heath told Liam Bartlett on 6PR Mornings the cuts were necessary as the non-for-profit organisation was losi…
 
The WA branch of the Australian Nursing Federation has forecast an escalation of cracks in the state's COVID-19 health response as the sector struggles to cope with rising hospital admissions and staff shortages. State secretary Mark Olson claims Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital was short nearly 60 nurses on Thursday night, as the pandemic peak contin…
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese delivered their final nationally televised pitches of this election campaign in the third leaders’ debate on Wednesday night. The pair faced off over border protection, climate change, integrity and key questions of character, in a debate that saw both leaders keep their hostility…
 
Anglicare WA CEO Mark Glasson said a $400 power bill credit to be announced in this afternoon's State Budget falls short of helping people in real need of cost-of-living relief. "The people we see need a lot more than a $400 payment ... they need ongoing support, for rental costs, for cost-of-living increases," he told 6PR Mornings host Liam Bartle…
 
WA opposition leader Mia Davies has accused the McGowan government of using its majority in both houses to ram through amendments to existing COVID-19 laws which would extend state of emergency powers to January 4 next year. Davies told 6PR Mornings host Liam Bartlett the Opposition would be briefed on the amendments on Tuesday but was told the gov…
 
United Workers Union WA State Secretary Carolyn Smith, the national director for aged care, said thousands of aged care workers will walk off the job in WA, SA and Queensland today demanding better pay and minimal staffing requirements. She told Liam Bartlett on 6PR Mornings that $22 per hour was not acceptable, ahead of a rally through the CBD at …
 
The Australian Medical Association has lashed the WA government for its failure to plan and invest in the health system and its capacity after an extraordinary emergency alert was issue by St John's WA on Monday warning on delays in calling 000. As the number of active COVID-19 cases in WA soared past 12,000 on Tuesday, hospitalisations were relati…
 
After many listener requests, the Mornings program took a look at some of the minor parties featuring in the upcoming Federal Election. Joining Liam Bartlett on the panel was: Paul Filing the Senate Candidate for Moore from One Nation Dave Vos the Senate Candidate for Perth from Western Australia Party Rebecca Pizzey the Senate Candidate for WA Aus…
 
After many listener requests, the Mornings program took a look at some of the minor parties featuring in the upcoming Federal Election. Joining Liam Bartlett on the panel was: Paul Filing the Senate Candidate for Moore from One Nation Dave Vos the Senate Candidate for Perth from Western Australia Party Rebecca Pizzey the Senate Candidate for WA Aus…
 
Research from the University of Notre Dame's Institue for Health Research has revealed that 70 people died on Perth streets last year. Professor Lisa Wood revealed the shocking number to Liam Bartlett on 6PR Mornings, stating that the research has shown how desperate the homelessness situation had become. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
Real Schools CEO, Adam Voigt says that the opposition has missed out on fixing the main issues in the education system with their recent announcement. Improving education standards is the focus of the Federal Opposition's almost 150-million dollar election pitch to double the number of high achievers studying teaching and incentivise more professio…
 
The state branch of the Australian Nursing Federation wants the WA government to bring back some restrictions if and when hospitalisations reach 300. WA secretary Mark Olson told Liam Bartlett on Friday masks and social distancing should be back on the table. "I don't want to see elective surgery banned again and I certainly don't want to see ambul…
 
As the number of patients with COVID-19 in WA hospitals increases, health workers are concerned the sector won't be able to cope. The state branch of the Australian Nursing Federation wants the state government to bring back some restrictions if and when hospitalisations reach 300. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Anthony Albanese now says a Labor government will not phase out live sheep exports, a day after his party confirmed the $136 million industry would be shut down if he became Prime Minister after the May 21 election. The backflip came as WA Premier Mark McGowan refused to support his federal party's policy on Thursday. 6PR Mornings broke the news of…
 
Getting a clear hand on the issues Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese are campaigning for in this federal election can be difficult and murky. Federal Member for Burt Matt Keogh and Federal Member for Canning Andrew Hastie join Liam Bartlett on 6PR Mornings for their weekly segment ‘Behind Party Lines’, in the lead up to the federal election. See …
 
As the election campaign heats up, 6PR Mornings will focus on key marginal seats critical to the outcome of the May 21 vote. On Wednesday, host Liam Bartlett conducted the first in a series of interviews with candidates in marginal seats as part of the program's extensive federal election coverage, shining a spotlight on Pearce, currently held by r…
 
The Opposition Leader has been caught being passed notes on Labor’s NDIS policy at his press conference. Nine News political reporter Jonathan Kearsley can be heard asking Anthony Albanese to outline a six-point NDIS policy. The blunder follows Albanese’s early campaign trail stumble where he could not name the unemployment or cash rates, and a fie…
 
Molly Roberts, the Editorial Writer from The Washington Post spoke to Liam Bartlett after the US President Joe Biden blasted a "radical" Supreme Court draft opinion that would throw out the landmark Roe v Wade abortion rights ruling that has stood for a half century. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
A Perth man has suffered minor burns in a close call after his high-vis shirt came into contact with some fuel while he was working on a friend's car. Caller Mick told Liam Bartlett on 6PR Mornings the car backfired through the carburetor, with some fuel landing his high-vis shirt and melting the safety strip on it. He was wearing a singlet underne…
 
One financial analyst believes the Morrison government should not take all the blame for Tuesday's sharp interest rate rise. Sky News business editor Ross Greenwood, writing in The Australian today, said the tenure of Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe, whose term ends on September 17 next year, should not be renewed, no matter who is f…
 
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