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Support pours in for Troy Buswell from Vasse constituents

Leanne Nicholson Former Western Australian treasurer Troy Buswell may be keeping a low profile at Parliament House but his Vasse electorate office in Busselton is anything but quiet.

Priddis takes out inaugural John Worsfold Medal

Matt Priddis.

Brad Elborough It's fitting that midfielder Matt Priddis would win West Coast's club champion honour two days after the AFL's Rookie Draft took place.

Western derby day derailed

Perth trains

Robyn Preston Planning officials have been criticised over the timing of rail works that will see train line closures during the western derby weekend.

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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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Truth of Rayney murder mystery to come to light

Lloyd Rayney arriving at court with daughters Caitlyn and Sarah.

Anne-Louise Brown Lloyd Rayney has arrived at court flanked by his daughters, Caitlyn and Sarah, ahead of his trial over the murder of his wife, Corryn Rayney.

Corryn Rayney's hidden but oft-driven past grave

Lloyd Rayney at Kings Park on day three of the trial.

Anne-Louise Brown Tucked away in thick scrub, just off a sandy track, is the place where Corryn Rayney's body was buried. The location is not remote.

Sex, lies and audiotapes

Lloyd Rayney

Anne-Louise Brown In 2007, Lloyd Rayney lost more than $46,000 gambling. On the night of Corryn Rayney's disappearance the prosecution said he 'rolled the dice and took the gamble'.

The Rayneys - a life laid bare

Lloyd and Corryn Rayney

Anne-Louise Brown The private life of a prominent Perth family has been laid bare this week as, after years of conjecture, rumour and innuendo, the murder trial of Lloyd Rayney began.

Lawyers in Rayney trial hotseat

Corryn Rayney's car as it was found on Kershaw Street.

Anne-Louise Brown A who’s who of the Perth legal fraternity appeared at the murder trial of Lloyd Rayney yesterday, with prominent barristers Philip Urquhart and Mark Trowell giving evidence.

The Rayney Murder Trial - day four of evidence

Lloyd Rayney arrives in court on July 26, 2012

Anne-Louise Brown The prosecution is continuing to call witnesses in the murder trial of Lloyd Rayney this morning.

Ties and tribalism - the police investigation into Corryn Rayney's death

Ties

Anne-Louise Brown A culture of “tribalism” amongst police officers involved in the investigation of Corryn Rayney’s alleged murder has emerged, with a senior detective revealing the team had matching ties made.

Red brick link in Rayney killing

Lloyd rayney

Anne-Louise Brown Soil samples recovered from seed pods in Corryn Rayney’s hair were “consistent” with those taken from the Rayney home, according to one of WA’s leading mineralogists.

Phone tap witness to appear: Rayney trial

The latest developments in the Rayney murder trial.  (Thumbnail)

Anne-Louise Brown The man who allegedly installed a phone tapping device which recorded the private phone conversations of Corryn Rayney is expected to give evidence today at the murder trial of Perth barrister, Lloyd...

Human skin in unchecked exhibit: Rayney trial

Corryn Rayney's car as it was found on Kershaw Street.

Anne-Louise Brown Human skin and hair were found in sand sitting dormant in Corryn Rayney’s bodybag for almost four months after her death, it was revealed at Lloyd Rayney’s murder trial yesterday.

The Rayney trial: week nine, day one

Lloyd Rayney

Anne-Louise Brown Five years ago, Corryn Rayney's body was discovered in a bush grave in Kings Park. The day before her car was found abandoned on Subiaco's Kershaw Street.

Judgment day: Lloyd Rayney murder trial verdict

Lloyd Rayney

Rania Spooner One of the most puzzling and high-profile murder trials in Western Australian history is expected to culminate into a highly-anticipated verdict today.

Unusual getaway wheels used in bank robbery

An 85-year-old man on an electric scooter was seriously injured in a hit-run accident yesterday.

Pamela Mirghani A bank has allegedly been robbed by a 61-year-old with an unusual getaway vehicle – a motorized wheelchair.

'I never misused taxpayers' money'

Adele Carles

Joseph Sapienza and Chalpat Sonti Embattled Greens MP Adele Carles has denied misusing taxpayers' money during her four-month affair with former State Treasurer Troy Buswell.

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Lloyd Rayney charged with wilful murder after inner-city arrest

Lloyd and Corryn Rayney

Aja Styles Prominent barrister Lloyd Rayney was stopped and questioned by police this morning, witnesses say.

Barnett bets on a Burswood stadium vision

Busrwood

Courtney Trenwith Premier Colin Barnett has confirmed the worst kept secret in Perth - the new sport stadium will be built on the Burswood peninsula.

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