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POLICE were called to Eastern Hills Senior High School in Mt Helena this morning after a student allegedly threatened another student with a knife. more »
POLICE have released a photograph of a man they would like to interview in relation to a shooting in Lesmurdie yesterday morning. more »
TEENAGER Mokshya Balage wants other people with leukaemia to know that there is light at the end of the tunnel. more »
EAST Perth Eagles coach Adam Forde is hoping his team's 2012 SBL grand final loss will spur a win against top of the ladder Geraldton Buccaneers. more »
DUNCRAIG’S Daniel Ricciardo rocked the world of Formula One with a decisive win in the Belgian Grand Prix – his third, and fastest, of the season. more »
AS Perth reaches a peak in its development, more time needs to be spent on negotiating the future of open spaces. more »
IT has been 60 years since Perth lifted its exclusion zone for Aboriginal people in the city, but the boundaries continue to resonate today. more »
THE innovative retail and artistic space at The Myre Project will have been operating for just two weeks tomorrow and already the town is buzzing with praise for the initiative. more »
GIDGEGANNUP now has its own pharmacy after local couple Matt and Jana Wilson were granted a PBS approval number by Medicare Australia. more »
IT WILL be a leap of faith for brother and sister team Debbie Hawley and Shaun Kane when they open Kalamunda’s newest coffee shop on Railway Road next week. more »
BUSINESSES from Northam, Toodyay and York took out major prizes at the Avon Valley Regional Small Business Awards last Friday night at Northam Recreation Centre. more »
ARRIVING last month for our 15th annual family holiday on Rottnest Island at Fays Bay, my wife and I were very impressed with the presentation and standard of cleanliness of our cottage. more »
Today marks the 1st anniversary of Jenon Bitwot who drowned at Clayton's beach Mindarie. This is a poem I wrote in his memory. more »
I AM so tired, I am so very fed up and frustrated. more »
PAM QUATERMASS, who has been working in women’s health since graduating in medicine in the 1970s, says we should not be sucked into the hype we hear about celebrity women having children in their late 40s. more »
WEST Australians can help shape the future of mental health services by providing feedback in an online survey. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
GREEN Embassy eco-model Madi Carroll, of Aveley, is representing Australia at Paris Fashion Week this month.
SPANISH fashion retail giant Zara will open its first West Australian store on Thursday August 21 at Garden City Shopping Centre. more »
FOR many, the idea of a guardian angel looking over their shoulder is a comfort, but for young adventurer and wannabe-Viking Josh, the guardians are Norse gods. more »
PRODUCTION Oh What A Night! seems to become even more popular with time, much like the music act it pays tribute to - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. more »
WHILE some might think giving up a cushy job in radio and television is a stupid idea, for comedian Dave Hughes it turned out to be one of his best decisions. more »
AUSTRALIAN filmmakers and audiences have a track record for being brave, according to WA-born actress Kate Mulvany, and she is thrilled to be part of another movie that pushes the envelope. more »
THEY championed Australian cinema, introduced us to barely-seen foreign and independent films, brought film festivals to us and supported artistic expression.
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