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The brother of shark attack victim Ben Gerring has demanded both sides of WA politics do more to protect people from sharks, saying the WA lifestyle is being lost because of the shark threat.

The Perth real estate developer accused of running a massive property Ponzi scheme is still running tours to “educate” overseas investors about the benefits of Pilbara real estate investment.

Perth’s spring nights have been colder than winter, with the 7.6C overnight average this month cooler than the 8.1C average low in June, July and August.

Stripping private schools of Federal funding could force up fees and cause a fall in enrolments, increasing the burden on public schools, WA’s independent schools have warned.

Soaring demand for renewable energy in WA will have to be balanced against ensuring the power network is secure, Energy Minister Mike Nahan has warned.

Dennis Cometti will wake up this morning and have breakfast with his wife Velia at their regular Melbourne hotel.

Fremantle are close to finalising a deal to secure Bradley Hill, preparing to trade a second-round compensation draft pick for the triple Hawthorn premiership wingman.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has deepened his attacks on a former beauty queen Alicia Machado, calling her disgusting and alleging the existence of a sex tape as he refused to back …

The streets of Melbourne were awash with red, white and blue this morning as the grand final parade got under way before tomorrow’s decider between the Western Bulldogs and Sydney.

From international fashion shoots to covering grooms’ wedding day pimples, Groomed Men owner Maria Caruso has turned over a new leaf in her hairdressing business to cater for otherwise forgotten …

Jeremy Lindsay Taylor jumped at the chance to be part of Deep Water — a new series inspired by the murders of 80 young homosexual men in Sydney in the 80s and 90s.

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