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Two officers involved in Mandurah shooting 'holding it together'
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Crime

Two officers involved in Mandurah shooting 'holding it together'

WA Police Acting Deputy Commissioner Paul Steel has defended the actions of officers who shot a man with a knife in Wannanup this morning.

  • by Hamish Hastie & Hannah Barry

Opinion & Perspectives

Wesfarmers pays for $1.6b British bungle ... but will its executives?

The wash-up from the ill-fated Bunnings foray into the UK market was never going to be a win. It was just a matter of how bad things were going to turn out.

Elizabeth Knight

    What really led to Trump's North Korea faceplant

    One has to marvel at just how spectacularly Trump and the other key members of his administration have screwed up this opportunity.

    Paul Waldman

      Why West Coast are the surprise packet of season 2018

      Optus Stadium has quickly become a fortress for West Coast, as evidenced by the 47-point thumping the Eagles handed the reigning premiers last Sunday.

      Ben Cameron
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        Politics

        Weekend Washup: Your week in WA politics and power
        Analysis
        Analysis

        Weekend Washup: Your week in WA politics and power

        Here's your Saturday snapshot of what's really going on in WA's corridors of power.

        • by Nathan Hondros
        'Super Saturday': 200,000 West Aussies head to July byelections

        'Super Saturday': 200,000 West Aussies head to July byelections

        Almost 200,000 voters in Perth and Fremantle will head to the polls on July 28, in byelections triggered by the resignations of two Labor MPs.

        • by Nathan Hondros

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