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Man charged with murder over woman's death in Scarborough

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A man has been charged with murder after the death of a 62-year-old Riverton woman in Scarborough on Wednesday night.

Machete, knife threats used in Scarborough road rage incident

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Liam Ducey A man and a woman have been threatened with a knife and a machete after an apparently road rage incident in Scarborough on Tuesday night.

Scarborough woman arrested after Mount Hawthorn glassing

Liam Ducey A Scarborough woman handed herself into police on Tuesday after allegedly glassing a man in Mount Hawthorn on Friday.

Scarborough crash causing delays

Jenna Clarke A crash in Scarborough is causing delays for motorists.

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Can a death in a house kill a property sale?

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Aleisha Orr If you’re about to buy a property in which a recent death has occurred, you would expect the real estate agent to let you know, right?

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Heartfelt tribute to Mo Maslin at Scotch College

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David Prestipino The Scotch College community rallied together on Tuesday and paid tribute to Mo Maslin, one of three WA children killed on a Malaysia Airlines flight alongside his younger siblings Evie and Otis when...

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WA:Albany cyclists ride for Ryder

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Albany local and avid cyclist Arjen Ryder was enjoying a bike ride in the Netherlands the day before he boarded flight MH17.

Police hunt for knife-wielding bottle shop bandit

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Liam Ducey Police have released CCTV footage and images of a man wanted over two armed robberies in Osborne Park and Scarborough in March.

Two 'Anonymous' Australian men arrested for hacking

Men From Scarborough and Penrith have been arrested for allegedly hacking into Australian and international websites.

Two men who claim to be from online group Anonymous have been arrested in Perth and Sydney for allegedly hacking into Australian and international websites.

'Anonymous hacker' in court in Perth

Aleisha Orr The online group Anonymous may have lost some of its anonymity on Thursday when a Perth man charged with hacking faced court.

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Woman glasses man in face

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Police are looking for a woman who glassed a man in the face in Mount Hawthorn on Friday night.

Sperm whale head washes up on WA beach

A sperm whale's head has washed up at Sorrento.

Aleisha Orr Part of a whale carcass has washed up near Sorrento Beach.

Passport to the past

Passport to the past: 96FM’s Carmen steps back in time

Carmen Braidwood holidaying in regional WA.

Aleisha Orr With WA Day coming up on June 2, WAtoday is looking at the amazing destinations we have right here in our backyard, starting with the places that we holidayed as kids.

Perth amateur football club loses $1300 to changeroom bandit

The Ocean Ridge Eagles were rather less happy when $1300 went missing from player wallets in their changerooms last week.

Simon White Football recruiting is a process fraught with danger - but even more so when the prospective recruit eyes the changerooms (and his teammates' wallets) as a potential source of extra income.

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Police investigate overnight car crashes in Geraldton, Carine

Police are investigating two separate car crashes which left four people in hospital with serious injuries, on Saturday.

The beach comes to Perth's centre

An inner-city beach is part of the new Riverside development.

Aleisha Orr Brisbane has one, Cairns has one, even Darwin has one; and Perth is set to get one within a matter of years.

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Mullaloo beach closed for seal injured in shark attack

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Robyn Preston Mullaloo Beach has been closed by council rangers on Sunday morning, after an injured Australian sealion was found in the area.

Perth couple caught in $7m drug mule scam

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Narelle Towie The Perth couple who were unwittingly conned into becoming multi-million dollar drug mules after winning a dream trip to Canada feared they could have spent the rest of their lives in prison.

Teen shot himself loading gun

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Rania Spooner The gun shot related death of a teenage boy on a property north of Perth at the weekend is not being treated as suspicious.

Sharks take a bite out of WA surfing business

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Jillian McHugh Surfing businesses in Western Australia are suffering because the increase in shark sightings and attacks is scaring their customers out of the water.

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