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Four injured in Stirling crash

Robyn Preston Two people have been seriously injured and two others taken to hospital after a crash which left a car wrapped around a pole at traffic intersection in Stirling

Rudd's back as Prime Minister - in Stirling anyway

Louise Durack

Chalpat Sonti He might not want to be associated with Labor, but it seems some in the party still believe in Kevin Rudd as Prime Minister.

Man pleads guilty to $13m WA drug haul

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A man who took part in a massive drug haul involving 35 kilograms of methamphetamine hidden in ceramic tiles has pleaded guilty to drug importation and trafficking.

Perth woman sues deli owner after drinking sperm from bottled water

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Leanne Nicholson EXCLUSIVE A Perth woman who drank a bottle of water containing semen has lodged civil action against the deli owner who sold the water and whose DNA matched the sperm.

Clive Palmer picks WA candidates

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Clive Palmer's political party has selected all of its federal candidates for Western Australia, including former Fremantle Dockers footballer Des Headland.

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Colin Barnett 'lied' to voters over council mergers

Colin Barnett

Michael Hopkin Colin Barnett has been accused of lying to voters in the run-up to the state election, after backflipping on a pre-election promise not to force local councils to merge.

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Rottnest Island 'head-in-bag' pair face Perth court

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Two men charged over the Rottnest Island 'head-in-a-bag' murder may be tried separately, a Perth court has been told.

City of Perth to change boundary plans

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Robyn Preston The City of Perth is one step closer to claiming nearby icons, after setting out a revised boundary proposal during a special council meeting on Thursday night.

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Man falls two storeys in balcony plunge

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A 44-year-old man is in a critical condition after falling from the balcony of a building in Highgate.

Judy Cate 'staying strong for kids'

Jessie Cate

Anne-Louise Brown In six months Judy Cate has lost her daughter to murder, and is now dealing with the sudden death of her estranged husband.

Murder charge after man, 41, shot dead

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Aleisha Orr A man has faced court over the alleged shooting of his stepson.

'I was coerced': corrupt council contractor jailed

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Anne-Louise Brown A builder embroiled in a $5 million council contracts rort has been sentenced to 16 months jail.

Charming British scientist remembered

Kewdale crash victim Sean Barrett.

Aleisha Orr Sean Barrett was scheduled to present a talk on quantum physics on Rottnest Island this afternoon; instead his family, friends and colleagues are mourning his death.

Elderly woman bites back at attacking Rottweiler

Lynette Norman, and with her dog Lady, inset.

Aleisha Orr An elderly Perth woman has told how she bit back at a Rottweiler dog in a desperate attempt to stop the animal fatally attacking her beloved Jack Russell.

Murder charge over toddler's death

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Rania Spooner A man has been charged with the murder of a two-year-old boy in Bassendean overnight.

World loses last World War I combat veteran after death of Perth digger Claude Choules

Claude Choules

Lucy Rickard History's last living link with the battlefields of World War I has been broken with the death of 110-year-old digger Claude Choules.

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Perth "Sluts" prepare to Walk despite lack of support

About 3000 people gathered in Melbourne yesterday as part of the international protest movement known as SlutWalk.

Jenna Clarke A number of third world countries, including India, have reclaimed the word "slut" before Western Australia.

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PIAF's art trashed by public

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Jenna Clarke Vandals have desecrated a number of high profile, international art works which have been installed next to the Supreme Court for the Perth International Arts Festival.

Body of missing teen found in Bouvard

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Lucy Rickard and Aja Styles Friends of teenager Jessie Cate attended a Mandurah court this morning to see for themselves the man who has been charged with killing their young friend.

Pub death plunge deals another blow to grief-stricken NZ family

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Aja Styles The death of musician Andrew Marshall after he was allegedly thrown out of the window of a popular Perth pub has dealt another blow to a family already rocked by tragedy.