A young man who was killed by a shark in our Great Southern is being remembered as the life of the party.
17 year old Albany boy Jay Muscat was attacked at Cheynes Beach.
Today his friends paid tribute to him
Verity Gorman has more.
A police officer has been glassed in the face while trying to apprehend an offender.
It comes after a crackdown on stolen vehicles in our state's north.
It's common to hear reports where a health worker has been first on the scene during an emergency.
This time it has happened in our north.
And the patient has been reunited with the off duty paramedics who saved his life.
The hunt for the shark is on-going but it could have been in the area for some time.
A Mount Barker family have recalled the moment a shark stalked the shoreline of Cheynes Beach only days before the fatal attack.
They say they couldn't believe th
It's exactly what you don't want on your morning swim on Christmas day.
Potentially fatal Irukandji box jelly fish.
And they made their way to Broome over the weekend - forcing the popular Town Beach to close over the Christmas holidays.
It took four years to do but men in our Wheatbelt have banded together to build a men's shed.
Four hundred and forty thousand dollars was donated to build the project to encourage men to feel part of a community.
It can be a tough gig being a female motocross rider.
A lack of competition and sponsorship means many women miss out on the chance to ride competitively.
But one young West Aussie is making it her mission to change that.
And back to our lead story.
Verity Gorman joins us from Cheynes Beach.
Flower tributes have been left on the side of the road where a young child tragically lost his life on a WA country road.
The baby boy would have been one month old today.
Rachel Chandler has more.
A Busselton teenager is making waves in surf lifesaving,
He's the first person to be selected to compete at a state level,
from the Busselton Surf Lifesaving Club.
Thousands packed the Bunbury Speedway over the weekend and got a little bit more action than they bargained for.
You can mix perfect weather, and the nations best drivers, but that doesn't mean it'll all go to plan.
One in three people will need blood in their lifetime - but only one in 30 donate on a regular basis.
It's why our blood bank nurses say - the only late Christmas present they want this year - is more appointments.
Yet another person has been killed on our roads over the Christmas break, taking the State's holiday road toll to two.
And both crashes happened on regional roads.
Two experienced pilots have survived a terrifying emergency landing in the State's south west.
After a problem was reported with the plane's landing equipment.
A dairy company in the Goldfields have escaped a massive damage bill thanks to their quick thinking care taker.
After their office building burst into flames just a day after Christmas.
Even though we live right next door to them, a lot of people don't know their neighbours.
Eliza Laschon looks into a new way to connect to the people next door.
A seven year man hunt for one of Australia's most wanted fugitives has come to an end in our Goldfields.
Sarah Vasey joins us with the details.
An asbethos clad shed in Glen Iris has caused a series of different blazes.
The cause of the fire is unknown.
But had firefighters concerned in today's hot weather conditions.
Rachel Chandler has more.
Two Bunbury women are preparing for the trip of a lifetime.
To head to the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Pink Test,
to represent the McGrath Foundation.
When it comes to the festive season, West Australians are hard at work in the kitchen.
But when it comes to preparing traditional meat dishes, there are a few tips you need to keep in mind.
To make sure your meat keeps fresh this festive season.
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