Trio charged after elaborate gold heist

                                        Arrest by Gold Stealing Detection Unit. Picture: WA Police

                                        The alleged gold mine robbery came unstuck when a member of the public reported “explosions in bushland”, leading police to a two-tonne safe.

                                        Toddler killed in driveway accident named

                                        Aurora Ellis died. Picture: GoFundMe

                                        Tiny Aurora Ellis wandered onto the driveway outside her Perth family home on Saturday before she was hit by a reversing car.

                                        Coles launches new homewares to keep you warm this winter

                                        New quilt cover set at the Coles Best Buy event.

                                        Back by popular demand, Coles Best Buys is expanding to reach to more customers across the country, with new offers including chic bedding and tech accessories.

                                        Train track crash driver charged

                                        A driver who had a lucky escape after crashing a car through a fence and into the path of an oncoming train has been charged by police after it emerged she has never held a licence.

                                        Claremont trial delayed at eleventh hour

                                        The scheduled resumption of the Claremont serial killings trial – which had been set to hear beginnings of closing arguments from both prosecution and defence - has been postponed for 24 hours.

                                        Screams as toddler dies in horror accident

                                        A four wheel drive is driven away from the scene of a fatal incident involving a toddler on a driveway in Perth's east.  Picture: Channel 9.

                                        A Perth family are in mourning after their 19-month-old daughter was struck by a car in the driveway of their home.

                                        Man, 27, left in coma after car hit

                                        The family of young traffic controller Mike Janssen, who was hit by a car in Beechboro, say they are praying for him as he fights for his life, and have pleaded for drivers to slow down.

                                        Water Police in spate of rescues

                                        It’s been a ‘hectic’ weekend on the water in WA, with Water Police responding to a series of marine incidents including a boat fire near Mandurah and a man falling off rocks at Cape Naturaliste.

                                        Teen killed in crash north of Perth

                                        The teenager’s four-wheel-drive veered of the road and slammed into a tree and power pole north of Perth yesterday.

                                        The teenager’s four-wheel-drive veered of the road and slammed into a tree and power pole north of Perth yesterday.

                                        Teen driver ‘clocked at 183km/h’

                                        A P-plate hoon clocked driving 183km/h with two teenage passengers in his car has been charged with reckless driving and had the vehicle impounded for 28 days.

                                        Child dies in Perth driveway horror

                                        The driveway where the girl was hit yesterday.

                                        A one-year-old child has died after being hit by a car outside her home yesterday.

                                        Premier smashes a Rocko kebab

                                        Premier Mark McGowan tucks in to a celebratory kebab.

                                        Mark McGowan has celebrated the reopening of WA venues in the way only Mark McGowan can.

                                        Rotto officially ‘open for business’

                                        Minister for Tourism Paul Papalia gets a selfie with Rex the Quokka.

                                        Tourism Minister Paul Papalia has proclaimed Rottnest Island “open for business”, saying thousands of West Australians had already booked to holiday in the home of the quokka.

                                        Man’s shock act after scratchie win

                                        A WA man who won $100,000 on a scratchie stunned his newsagent with a box of chocolates and $300 to say thanks. Picture: Lotterywest

                                        A WA man has just pocketed $100,000 with his first ever scratchie ticket – and his immediate reaction left his newsagent stunned.

                                        Woman killed in crash in WA’s South West

                                        WA’s deadly run on the roads has continued with a female driver killed today in a collision in the South West.

                                        WA’s deadly run on the roads has continued with a female driver killed today in a collision near Bunbury this afternoon.

                                        Thousands of Aussies join protests

                                        Protests in Perth last night.

                                        Demonstrators in Perth gathered in the CBD, likening US police brutality to Aboriginal deaths in custody.

                                        No bail for ‘atrocious’ Perth criminal

                                        A man who allegedly led police on a wild pursuit before a tense, one-hour stand off in Cloverdale has been denied bail — after a magistrate described his previous criminal record as “atrocious”.

                                        Wildcat gets on board with wave

                                        Perth Wildcats captain Damien Martin gives a friendly wave at the wheel of his car.

                                        A push to bring back the “West Aussie Wave” takes Perth Wildcats captain Damian Martin back to fond memories of his time growing up in country NSW.

                                        Our deadly month for women

                                        This month eight women were allegedly killed by domestic violence in Australia. Here are their stories.

                                        Comedy in the age of COVID-19

                                        The world is a stage for Perth comedians who are bringing their stand-up online while social distancing remains a reality during the coronavirus threat.

                                        Boy, 12, charged over death of girl, 11

                                        Abbey accepting her East Kimberley Aboriginal Achievement Award last August. Credit: Supplied

                                        A 12-year-old boy who was allegedly driving a ute in far north Western Australia has been charged with killing 11-year-old Kimberley girl, Abbey Forrest.

                                        ‘Beeping’ package sparks bomb scare

                                        Police are investigating a suspicious package in Perth’s southern suburbs.

                                        Updated: The WA Police bomb squad has swarmed a Perth shopping precinct after the discovery of a suspicious package inside a bin.

                                        Mine blast destroys Aboriginal heritage site

                                        A Rio Tinto mining blast has destroyed a 46,000-year-old Aboriginal heritage site. Fewer than a handful of indigenous sites are as old.

                                        Mega-storm leads to $2.5m lotto win

                                        WA’s latest Lotto millionaire is thanking the heavens for the wild weather that changed his usual routine for buying a ticket.

                                        WA backtracks on sick virus ship

                                        Premier Mark McGowan has had to back-pedal after wrongly claiming the state wasn’t told about sick crew on a live export ship.

                                        Hunt for mystery $2.5m lotto winner

                                        Australian money background showing $100, $50 and $20 notes with a shallow depth of field.

                                        One lucky Australian still has no idea they have hit the $2.5 million jackpot after failing to claim their multimillion-dollar Oz Lotto prize.

                                        Questions over ‘serious’ ship outbreak

                                        03/10/2003. Sheep transport ship Al Kuwait leaving Fremantle Harbour. MUST CREDIT Karen Leavy.

                                        Serious questions have been raised about why a live export ship, now the source of a COVID-19 outbreak, was allowed to dock in WA.

                                        Man raped his mum while high on ice

                                        A man was high on ice when he attacked his own mother, breaking her hip, and then repeatedly raped her. Warning: Disturbing content.

                                        Horror storm smashes 1200km of coast

                                        Supplied  WA hit by Ex-tropical cyclone Mangga. Picture: City of Greater Geraldton

                                        A ferocious “once-in-a-decade” storm system smashed a long stretch of the Western Australia coastline and left a trail of destruction in its wake.

                                        Gero home destroyed in storm

                                        Video footage has captured a Geraldton home being torn to shreds by strong winds generated by WA’s mega storm.









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