The Ferret was stumbling through Freo cemetery last weekend singing Let There Be Rock when he noticed something strange at a WA local icon’s final resting place.
Kim “Bomber” Beazley has a vision for Perth. But he wouldn’t tell us about it.
A September survey found only 10 per cent of the City of Perth’s 527 employees would promote it as a place to work, with concerns about infighting and ‘politics’ rife. Who can save them?
Despite it being more than a year until West Australians head to the polls for the next State election, both parties are preparing to shift gears and accelerate into campaign mode.
Who will join 7NEWS personality and The West Australian columnist Basil Zempilas, and ex-ABC presenter and Tourism WA board member Di Bain in the race for Perth Lord Mayor? The Ferret has an idea.
After a four month delay to an FOI request, the ABC has finally handed over a copy of the salary of every taxpayer-funded employee for Aunty in WA. SEE HOW MUCH THE TOP EARNERS TAKE HOME.
The Ferret reckons that if volunteer firefighters are willing to put their lives on the line, then the least our AFL players can do is volunteer to strap on their boots to raise money.
WA’s ex-fire commissioner has some wise words on bushfire inquiries this week, namely that politicians need to take note of recommendations from previous investigations before starting new ones
Not even a Walkley nomination was enough to stop one of WA media’s nicest guys being shoved to the side at 6PR as part of a shake-up to its line-up.
Major problems have arisen in Fremantle. The city needs a hero and a protector.
The Ferret hates Christmas. But for those who don’t, here is a list of all the WA identities not sharing gifts in 2019.
Ten News has lost its well-respected long-term presenter Narelda Jacobs. Has she been promoted? Is she a casualty of ratings? Or is it budget cuts? The Ferret knows all.
Way back in July we decided to spice things up by requesting some information from our national, taxpayer-funded broadcaster. Boy did the contents raise our mangled brow.
If the art of the political speech is dead, someone forget to hand Senator Matt Canavan the note ahead of his appearance at an agriculture and industries event in Perth this week — it was a corker.
ABC’s plans to bring its Monday night whinge-fest Q&A to Perth have been rocked by the late withdrawal of the man who proved GetUp! really were just a bunch of plonkers, Christian Porter.
Q&A - or #qanda to the social media crowd that lost Labor the election - is doing a special Perth episode. Here's what you need to know.
A former MP revealed as superhost on AirBNB, Nine bigwigs come to town to witness firsthand their nightly thrashing by rivals at 7NEWS, and Liberals told to keep quiet.
And you thought Man United coming to WA was huge... The world’s most marketable sports star is reportedly lined up to visit WA next year to see grandparents that live in Yangebup in Perth’s south.
On the CBD and how the state of the city is, after all, WA’s most interesting soap opera.
Profit plunges at David Jones, Extinction Rebellion at The West Australian full of ‘wannabe greenies’ and pitiful insults in State Parliament.
Lindy Klim was asked not to go the media when she came to the Perth Fashion Festival organisers asking for her money from last year’s event.
The Dockers have a not-so-proud history of letting go of players who then have successful AFL careers at other clubs. But before Chris Mayne, Matt de Boer and Hayden Crozier, there was another.
Far be it from me to tell the Dockers what to do, but the smart money HAS to be on one man to step into Ross Lyon's shoes. The race to replace chief executive Steve Rosich is coming down to two.
Mathias Cormann’s wife Hayley is the immediate past president of the Law Society of WA and considered a brilliant operator. There is now strong talk she’s destined for state politics.
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