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WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Large Anzac crowd at Perth's Kings Park

Perth's skyline formed a spectacular backdrop for the city's biggest Anzac Day dawn service at the State War Memorial at Kings Park. Full story »
COURTS

Former Perth schoolboy pleads not guilty to slaying family

Henri van Breda arrives at court to face trial. (AAP)
In a case that has gripped South Africa, the 22-year-old son of a wealthy family pleaded not guilty Monday to slaughtering his parents and brother in a frenzied axe attack. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

'Ring main caused lead at Perth hospital'

A Building Commission audit of the Perth children's hospital has blamed an outside ring main for elevated lead levels in water, contradicting the government. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Crack heard as WA man kicked in the head

An event site manager was trying to defuse a crowd at a festival when he was knocked to the ground and forcefully struck to the head, a Perth court has heard. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Rap Sheet for former Eagles bad boys

Rap sheet for former Eagles bad boys Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

WA still the worst economy: CommSec

Western Australia's economy is still the nation's worst performing, according to CommSec's latest State of the States report. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Elderly man dies after WA car crash

An elderly man has died in hospital following a car crash in Western Australia two days ago. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Teen driver charged over man's death in WA

A teenage driver has been charged over the death of a 19-year-old man in Perth. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

$72m train station opens in Perth

Thousands of people are expected to use the new $72 million train station at Aubin Grove, in Perth's south, every day. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

West Australian Premier still wants shark deterrent devices over cull

Laeticia Brouwer, 17, was killed by a shark near Esperance. (Supplied)

West Australian Premier Mark McGowan remains in favour of personal devices to deter sharks instead of culling, nets and drumlines following the death of a 17-year-old girl. Full story »

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Sunset Perth service for massacred nurses

A sunset service will be held to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Vyner Brooke massacre in WWII that killed dozens of Australian nurses. Full story »
EMERGENCIES

Darwin couple rescued after spending 24 hours bogged in WA desert

A 4WD carrying a man and woman became bogged in the Gibson Desert, prompting a search and rescue operation. (AAP/WA Police)

A Darwin couple spent 24 hours awaiting rescue in outback Western Australia after getting bogged in the Gibson Desert. Full story »

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

NT couple's 24 hours bogged in WA desert

A Darwin couple spent 24 hours bogged in the WA desert before they were plucked to safety by a rescue helicopter. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

NT couple rescued from WA's Gibson Desert

A Darwin couple stranded in Western Australia's Gibson Desert have been rescued by helicopter and flown to Broome. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Remote WA town uses hip hop to save water

A group of young indigenous people from a small town in WA's Kimberley have made a hip hop music video to encourage locals to conserve water. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

WA police have win in Evil 8 case

WA police have avoided the humiliation of having key evidence thrown out in the Evil 8 child sex abuse case because a suspect was detained for too long. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Homeless man in court over Perth murder

A homeless man has appeared in court charged with the stabbing murder of Benjamin Terry Egan at a short-term accommodation facility in Perth. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

WA treasurer to meet with Asian investors

WA Treasurer Ben Wyatt will visit Sydney and Asia next week to meet up to 90 investors and discuss the state's prospective borrowing program. Full story »
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Perth real estate agent banned for 15 yrs

A real estate agent who forged sales contracts for Perth properties so he could bank $30,000 in commission has been barred from the industry for 15 years. Full story »