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  • Bushfire threat north-east of Perth

    A bushfire in the City of Swan, about 20km north-east of Perth, may be a possible threat to lives and homes, with residents told to leave the area.

    December 23, 4:06 pm
  • Timeline for Claremont serial killer case

    A breakthrough in the 20-year mystery of the Claremont serial killer case has led to a man being charged with two murders and two other sex attacks.

    December 23, 3:19 pm
  • Long-running Claremont serial killer case

    The long-running investigation into WA's Claremont serial killings which began nearly 21 years ago has been the longest and most expensive in Australia.

    December 23, 11:07 am
  • Man charged with two Claremont murders

    A man has been charged with the murders of two women in WA's notorious Claremont serial killing case, but investigations are ongoing into the third.

    December 23, 10:21 am
  • Man charged over Claremont killings

    WA police have made a significant breakthrough in the Claremont serial killer investigation, charging a man with two of the murders.

    December 23, 9:11 am
  • $2.6m for WA summer road safety campaign

    The WA government is spending $2.6 million on a holiday road safety campaign, as the state faces the worst road toll in six years.

    December 22, 2:10 pm
  • $500 fine for crash that killed WA cyclist

    A driver who fatally hit a cyclist in Perth last year has been fined $500 plus court costs of $169.

    December 22, 1:42 pm
  • Six trapped in north WA floodwaters

    A rescue helicopter has been sent to assist six people who are trapped in a vehicle between two flooded creeks in WA's Kimberley region.

    December 23, 3:53 pm
  • Sunny Christmas expected for Perth

    Perth can expect a sunny, clear day of 33C on Christmas Day, although beach goers will be disappointed with strong winds and large swells.

    December 23, 3:51 pm
  • WA Christmas shoppers to spend $5b

    WA people are expected to spend more than $5 billion before Christmas and a further $1.9 billion in sales afterwards.

    December 23, 3:03 pm
  • Culleton fights on after declared bankrupt

    Senator Rod Culleton may lose his seat in the Senate after a Federal Court judge declared him bankrupt, but he says he has an appeal prepared.

    December 23, 2:57 pm
  • WA coast set for Christmas Day cyclone

    Despite being downgraded to a tropical low, ex-tropical cyclone Yvette is expected to re-intensify and hit WA's north-west coast on Christmas.

    December 23, 2:56 pm
  • Man in court for Claremont serial killings

    A man has faced court charged with the murders of two women in WA's notorious Claremont serial killing case, but investigations are ongoing into the third.

    December 23, 2:22 pm
  • Robbers charged over present theft in WA

    A group of four people, including a teenage girl, have been charged with burglaries in Perth where they allegedly stole presents from under a Christmas tree.

    December 23, 9:18 am
  • WA parties clash on economy, budget

    WA's finances are in a dire state and the Liberal and Nationals' solutions are controversial but the pressure is on Labor to show how they will deal with debt.

    December 23, 8:01 am
  • WA farmer avoids jail for not leaving farm

    Greg Kenney, a WA grain farmer, has avoided jail time and received a suspended fine after being charged with refusing to leave his property when it was seized.

    December 22, 6:30 pm
  • WA auditor general tables three reports

    WA's auditor general has tabled a report on subcontractor payments, tax collection, and vocational education and training in schools.

    December 22, 5:03 pm
  • Reactions to the WA mid-year review

    The WA Treasurer has delivered his mid-year review showing the budget deficit has been cut by $527 million but is still tipped to be $3.4 billion in 2016-17.

    December 22, 4:55 pm
  • Bushfire threatening lives and homes in WA

    A bushfire in the City of Kwinana, about 40km south of Perth, is threatening homes and possibly lives, with residents told to leave the area.

    December 22, 4:19 pm
  • Freight link protest costs WA police $120k

    WA police have spent $120,000 in three days on operations at the Roe 8 highway site protests, where many people were arrested and issued move-on notices.

    December 22, 3:08 pm




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