Clarences wine bar kicked out

Clarences Wine bar, Beaufort Street, Highgate.

深圳风采投注 www.3nrs3.cn Clarences wine bar could be the latest business to fall victim to the Beaufort Street downturn, with the operators appearing to have been kicked out for defaulting on their lease.

Pilbara rallies to save injured turtle

After a Pilbara Ports Authority vessel spotted an injured turtle, named Minderoo, it sparked a commuity effort the likes of which are rarely seen.

Four men in court over Bunbury brawl

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A man who was fighting for life after an alleged mass brawl on Bunbury’s main street on Saturday morning has died.

Chilling Google search before murder

Ahmed Dawood Seedat has pleaded guilty to murdering his wife Fahima Yusuf.

An accountant who murdered his wife as their children slept googled some chilling phrases before carrying out his “brutal” attack.

Man stabs dog during crime spree

A Gofundme has been set up to raise money for the dog's treatment.

A man has been charged after he allegedly stabbed a dog trapped inside a car he had stolen during a crime spree on Sunday.

Perth ‘UFO’ explained

The ‘shooting star’ seen in the skies above Perth.

A bright light was seen shooting across WA skies on Sunday evening and while some people's first reaction was an interstellar visitor, it turns out the explanation is far more down-to-earth.

Dog stabbed after dramatic crime spree

A man has been taken into custody following a dramatic crash on Fremantle’s Stirling Highway bridge this afternoon, which ended with a dog being stabbed.

Three charged over Perth hit-run

Three people, including a 17-year-old girl, have been charged over a hit-and-run north of Perth which left a man fighting for life.

New WA school named after Bob Hawke

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A new high school in Perth will be called Bob Hawke College in honour of the former prime minister who died earlier in May.

Man critical after being struck by car

A 27-year-old is in a critical condition after he was struck by a car in a Butler car park on Friday night.

A 27-year-old is in a critical condition in Royal Perth Hospital after he was hit by a car in a Butler car park on Friday night.

Two die in fatal crashes in WA

A person has died crashing a allegedly stolen Ferrari in West Perth, and a man died after crashing a Nissan Patrol into trees near Jerramungup.

Man with hammer tasered at station

A man has been tasered after he walked into the station and started bashing the front counter with a hammer before confronting officers.

Police say the man entered the customer service area of the station at about 8am this morning, produced a hammer and started striking the counter.

Meathead activists face bigger fines, jail

Farmer Jason Parravicini fired two shots in a confrontation vegan activists.

The proposals include a new aggravated trespass charge, where maximum penalties are double that of current trespass laws, which carry a maximum $12,000 fine and one year in jail.

Stunning $90k donation for terminal girl

Amelia Lucas (12) suffers from a rare and aggressive brain tumour. Her family is fundraising for her to undergo surgery.

The amazing generosity of West Australians has given a desperate family its first glimpse of hope in more than three years, after a plea to help pay for their terminally ill daughter’s brain surgery.

Perth woman denies sandcastle slap

Sarah Louise West was charged with assault after a fight with another mother at Dalkeith Primary School.

A western suburbs mother will go to court to deny slapping another parent during a dispute over a child’s sandcastle.

Clubland predator guilty of assaults

Webb admitted to 17 separate charges of indecent assault, and one of drug possession.

A clubland predator has pleaded guilty to 17 indecent assault charges after preying on a string of young men in Claremont, Nedlands, and the Perth CBD.

Technical failure stops train on tracks

File photo of a Transperth train

A Transperth train stopped dead on the tracks between stations on Friday morning, needing another train to push it to its destination.

Horror crash in Perth's suburbs

The aftermath of the crash in Martin on Thursday night.

A Perth driver has somehow survived a terrifying crash in the city's south east.

Mum admits murdering her baby

Baby Anastasia hand. Picture: Gofundme

A young WA mother has pleaded guilty to murdering her four-month-old baby girl

Another Mt Lawley shop closing

Baker & Shuhandler will be closing its doors next month.

Beaufort Street business closures continue with the announcement a long-standing Mt Lawley furniture store will close its doors next month.

Bikie gets life back on track

Lindsay Pickett.

A former member of a meth-dealing gang has turned his life around and is now on the board of an Aboriginal corporation.

Man injured in Doubleview blaze

Firefighters at the unit fire in Doubleview.

One person has been taken to hospital after fire ripped through a block of units.

High-tech solution to track offenders

Corrective Services Minister Francis Logan and Attorney-General John Quigley outlined the proposed expansion of the electronic monitoring of offenders in the community.

Some of WA’s worst criminals will have their every movement tracked in real time even after their release from prison under a $52 million expansion of electronic monitoring of offenders.

Former cop’s assault charge tirade

Nathan Trenberth has been charged with assault over an arrest in Freo.

A former WA police officer has launched an extraordinary attack on State’s top cop after he was yesterday charged with assault over his actions during an arrest in Fremantle.

Free flu shots? Not exactly

People have been urged to get their flu shot after strong early surge in influenza cases.

People who qualify for free flu jabs are being asked to fork out cash for “pharmacy consultation fees” as the Government issues an urgent call for people to get immunised.

Appeal fails for murder mob

Paddy Slater was murdered in the early hours after Australia Day in 2016.

The mob killers of aboriginal man Patrick Slater – who was stabbed to death in the hours after Australia Day 2016 – have failed in their bids to have convictions and sentences for murder overturned.

Ex-teacher jailed for WA child sex abuse

An ex-teacher who was struggling with his sexuality when he abused two boys in Western Australia dating back to 1979 will spend at least two years in jail.

Former teacher jailed for sex abuse

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A former teacher at a religious school in Bunbury has been jailed for four years, after admitting to sexually abusing two boys – one a student and one a member of his church – more than 30 years ago.

Dine’n dasher in dognapping

Chiminh Phun, left, with Lois Loder.

Two men convicted of demanding $3000 for the return of a dognapped chihuahua called Harvey — one of whom is the partner of notorious dine-and-dasher Lois Loder — have been jailed for more than a year.

Another dog-napping caught on camera

Less than two months after the saga of Teddy the puppy, another beloved Perth pooch has been pinched from her home.

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