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  • Part three of an exclusive shark survival story (video)

    A special reunion has taken place to celebrate the remarkable survival of body boarder Dale Carr.
    Dale was mauled by a great white shark off New South Wales a couple of months ago, and this week we've been telling his exclusive story.
    Tonight - we

    October 28, 6:31 pm
  • The outback kids that could be the next big thing in AFL (video)

    Some talented young footy players in our outback have been chosen for a special program that turn them into AFL super stars.
    But it's not all about footy.
    It's also setting them up for life.

    October 28, 6:19 pm
  • WA Police continue their hard line against drugs (video)

    Police say drugs are rife in Western Austalia and the siutation is just getting worse.
    Today they targetted what they believe is a well-known drug house.
    And say this is just the beginning of raids to come.

    October 30, 6:43 pm
  • Swimming champ making waves in the sport (video)

    A WA swimming superstar is training to take on a mammoth challenge.
    She wants to swim to Rottnest, solo.
    But there's something about this swimmer that makes her stand out - she's just 16 years old.

    October 30, 6:31 pm
  • Christmas arrives early for South West children (video)

    Christmas is going to be different this year.
    Because there's a new Santa in town.
    Sensitive Santa is going to be in a shopping centre for the first time.
    To give Christmas cheer to sick kids, and those with special needs.

    October 30, 6:31 pm
  • Traditional land owner vows to continue protest against fracking (video)

    A traditional land owner who has been staging a lone protest in our north for over a year, has vowed to continue, despite police telling him to move on.
    Micklo Corpus has been living alone at his campsite in our remote Kimberley where Buru Energy is

    October 30, 6:31 pm
  • West Australian Pearls prepare to take on South Australia (video)

    Things are heating up for the WA womens volleyball team the West Australian Pearls.
    The team will take on South Australia this weekend for the Australian Volleyball League.
    And Wheatbelt recruit Sophie Dixon says they're ready for some tough compe

    October 30, 6:31 pm
  • WA pensioner scammed out of hundreds (video)

    Good Evening,
    First tonight.
    A WA pensioner has been fleeced out of hundreds of dollars.
    After falling victim to an online puppy scam.
    The well organised outit lures their victims in with cute puppies they say need homes.

    October 29, 6:43 pm
  • Four day golf championships head to the outback (video)

    High profile Golfers from around Australia have come to the desert for four days of hot competition.
    This is the WA PGA Championship. Where the nation's best battle to be the best, and to get their hands on a very big prize.

    October 29, 6:31 pm
  • WA streets transformed through new initiative (video)

    An inititive which is changing the streets of one of our towns has gained so much attention, people from around the world now want to take part.
    This is Rediscover - a concept that sees famous artists turn out streets into open air masterpieces.

    October 29, 6:31 pm
  • Bunbury jockey prepares for the race of his life (video)

    A WA jockey has scored his very first ride in the most prestigious race in Australia.
    Damian Lane will be among the 24 jockeys racing in the six million dollar Melbourne Cup.

    October 29, 6:31 pm
  • Taxi driver speaks out about terrifying armed hold-up (video)

    Two teenagers have been charged over an armed robbery.
    Which saw a taxi driver robbed by passengers who held a knife to his throat.
    The teens are now facing jail time.
    But police still need help with one last clue...

    October 29, 6:31 pm
  • An controlled fire rages out of control forcing the closure of a highway (video)

    Good evening.
    First tonight.
    Fire has forced the closure of a major highway.
    With huge flames ripping through trees just two metres from cars.
    This fire was supposed to be a controlled burn.
    But the people in charge weren't able to keep it safe

    October 28, 6:31 pm
  • Incredible pictures emerged from a lightning show across WA (video)

    There's also a fire burning out of control near Karijini National Park.
    That one was started by lightning.
    It seems storm season has begun in our north.
    And it's off to a spectacular start.

    October 28, 6:31 pm
  • A 23 year old denied service at a liquor store because she was wearing a school uniform (video)

    A young woman has been refused service at a liquor store.
    Because she was wearing a school uniform.
    The thing is, she's 23, and it was just a costume she was wearing to raise money for charity.

    October 28, 6:31 pm
  • A little girl denied an Australia visa because she has down syndrome (video)

    A father in our Mid West has been separated from his daughter in Sri Lanka because she wasn't allowed in the country.
    Elisa Fosenka has down syndrome.
    And her father says it's the reason she was denied a visa.
    But this father is a talented cric

    October 28, 6:31 pm
  • Bunbury boy Josh Risdon officially a Socceroo (video)

    One of our local sporting heroes has been handed the opportunity of a lifetime.
    For the first time, Perth Glory defender Josh Risdon has been called up to play for the Socceroos.
    And his parent's couldn't be happier.

    October 28, 6:19 pm
  • Shark attack victim speaks out - Part Two (video)

    Shark attacks have been increasing on Australia's east coast for the past few months.
    We hear about them, and often there is little knowledge about what happens to the survivors.
    Last night, we brought you the story of Dale Carr's incredible recove

    October 27, 6:31 pm
  • Aussie farmers hit back at cancer meat fears (video)

    The Australian meat industry has been dealt a massive blow.
    With the World Health Organisation revealing a link between some types of meat and cancer.
    Aussie farmers are hitting back with the support of Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce.
    Who say

    October 27, 6:31 pm
  • Kalgoorlie Cemetery targeted by vandals (video)

    Good evening,
    First tonight.
    Hundreds of grave sites have been damaged at a local cemetery in a shocking spree of mindless destruction.
    And the people behind it, are believed to be kids.
    Some are not even ten years old.
    Which means legally, they

    October 27, 6:31 pm

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