One prison escapee still on the run in WA


广东时时彩11选五 A prisoner remains on the run after a mass breakout from a regional WA jail during a riot that has left the facility looking "like a war zone".

The $190k job no Aussies want

Australian one hundred dollar bills.

FIVE years ago, every Aussie was trying to get into this industry by any means necessary. Now, the companies can barely fill positions.

Scaffidi saga ends in suspension

Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi.

PERTH Lord mayor Lisa Scaffidi has been suspended for seven months over her long-running travel and gifts scandal.

Pink’s new video filmed in Northbridge

BARELY three weeks since she wowed 60,000 WA fans, international pop sensation Pink has used Perth as the backdrop to her music video.

Nine escapees back in custody

Greenough Regional Prison near Geraldton.

JUST one of the men who broke out from Geraldton’s Greenough Regional Prison still evades police, 20 hours after a rampage that resulted in 10 inmates escaping and left three guards with injuries.

Is this the biggest blowhole in Australia?

LARGE swells pounding the WA coast this week have sent a blowhole on Dirk Hartog Island into overdrive.

‘Deep low’ could bring chaos

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A FIERCE cold front and a deep low have combined into a system so rare — and angry — it’s only seen twice a year.

MH17 family questions White House

Rin Norris and Anthony Maslin pay tribute to their children Mo, Evie and Otis. Picture: Ten News

FOUR years after their three children were killed by a Russian missile, these grieving parents have questioned how the culprits will be held to account.

Man Utd considering WA soccer spectacular

THE State Government is in talks with English Premier League giants Manchester United to play Perth Glory in a pre-season blockbuster at Optus Stadium next year.

Support for 30km/h speed limit

Transport planner Tim Judd has examined traffic in Padbury to support his argument for a reduced suburban speed limit.

REDUCING the speed limit on Perth suburban streets to 30km/h would save lives without significant delays in travel times.

How prisoners escaped WA jail

Two of the men who escaped. Picture: WA Police

JUST one inmate remains at large almost 24 hours after 10 men managed to escape from a West Australian prison.

WA measles alert issued

THE person arrived in Perth last Friday, July 20, on flight SQ 215 from Singapore and over the next 48 hours visited Royal Perth Hospital as well as several venues including the Rosemount Hotel.

Detective’s ex ‘knows who did it’

Bernie Johnson.

The inquest into the murder of Shirley Finn has been told Bernie Johnson’s ex-lover may hold the key to the mystery surrounding her death.

Whopping fine for ‘distressing’ abuse

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TWO years after the RSPCA found three starving horses on the verge of death on a West Australian farm, the woman who owned them has been found guilty.

Katy Perry fans get the perfect pic

HOURS of patient waiting paid off for two young WA music fans when they got the chance to meet pop superstar Katy Perry on Monday.

Chelsea fans pack Optus Stadium

THIS is what happens when you serve up a generous helping of English Premier League soccer to sports-hungry Sandgropers.

Probe into cop linked to online racist rant

The officer is under investigation.

WA Police investigating claims one of its officers is behind a racist tirade on social media in response to Aboriginal activists calling for the date of Australia Day celebrations to be changed.

Inquest into brothel madam murder resumes


The long-awaited inquest into the shooting murder of Perth brothel madam Shirley Finn has resumed.

Smart cameras to be installed in Perth

City of Perth council has called for tenders of smart CCTV cameras which could be capable of monitoring individuals with facial recognition technology.

Culling dingoes not the answer

AN academic who has done extensive research on the dingo population at the Telfer Mine site, said humans are not a dingo’s natural prey.

‘I did nothing wrong’: Accused family killer speaks

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THE teenager accused of killing his mother and two siblings has protested his innocence during a court appearance.

Triple murder accused protests innocence


The Perth teenager who allegedly murdered his mother and two siblings told a magistrate "I did nothing wrong" three times during a court appearance.

Woman brutally attacked by dingoes


A WOMAN has been viciously attacked by three wild dingoes in Western Australia while she was on her lunch break. Warning: Graphic

Wild winds hit WA

A WIND warning remains in place for the State’s south coast after a blustery end to the weekend.

Boomtown bounces back

Shoppers line up outside Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics' Murray Street shop in Perth City. Pic Mogens Johansen, The West Australian

THE WA economy is “out of the woods”, one of the nation’s most respected forecasters has declared, with housing and wages finally gaining traction.

Rare treat for Perth’s Katy Perry fans

POP megastar Katy Perry is expected to touch down in Perth today to kick off the final leg of her Witness world tour. And, fans will get a chance to see her for free at a special appearance.

Police keep Southern protesters apart

UPDATE: A loud anti-racism protest is underway in Perth tonight against controversial alt-right commentator Lauren Southern.

Vigil held for fatally stabbed family

Memorial service for the three members of the Petersen family killed last weekend. Picture:Sharon Smith

AN Ellenbrook mother fatally stabbed along with her two youngest children allegedly by one of her sons was remembered today as a “strong, resilient” woman who loved all her children.

Job lost for ‘thoughts, not deeds’

A COUNSELLOR who lost his job with Relationships Australia WA over his views on domestic violence has taken an unfair dismissal claim to the Fair Work Commission.

Debt grab adds to brother’s grief

THE last thing Kalgoorlie pensioner David Prosser needed to deal with after the death of his sister Nellie was a bureaucratic bungle, but he says he has faced a double hit.

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