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  1. Tigers' home away from home

    Tigers' home away from home

    It is not quite their spiritual home but Claremont will return to their original home today when they host Peel at the Claremont Showground.

  2. Hijack scare at Bali airport

    Hijack scare at Bali airport

    An Australian is in custody after causing a security scare at Denpasar airport when he tried to enter the cockpit of the Virgin flight he was traveling on.

  3. Police seek help on Northbridge assault

    Police seek help on Northbridge assault

    Police are seeking public help in identifying three men who may be able to help them in investigating an assault in Northbridge in November.

  4. Crowd cheers support for marching veterans

    Crowd cheers support for marching veterans

    Crowds five deep lined St George's Terrace for the start of the Anzac Day parade.

  5. MH370: Malaysia to release report

    MH370: Malaysia to release report

    Authorities say the seabed search for the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370n jet is set to widen as a sonar scan of the most likely crash site deep beneath the Indian Ocean nears completion without yielding a clue.

  6. Leapai inspires others to dream

    Leapai inspires others to dream

    Aussie looks to become first world heavyweight champ. | Big Daddy's Commonwealth title tilt

  7. Spurr ready to fire for Freo

    Spurr ready to fire for Freo

    Lee Spurr admits he is one of several Fremantle players performing below their best, but believes tonight's Anzac Day clash with North Melbourne is the perfect stage to rediscover the willpower that drove last year's premiership challenge.

  8. Thousands honour sacrifice of war

    Thousands honour sacrifice of war

    Tens of thousands of people have descended on Kings Park to commemorate the bravery and sacrifice of Australian and New Zealand servicemen and women.

  9. Sister's challenge inspires athlete

    Sister's challenge inspires athlete

    When Paralympic hopeful Brant Garvey faced his toughest physical challenge - a gruelling ironman triathlon last year - his mind turned to his younger sister Anne-Marie.

  10. No penalty spelt out for polluters

    Australia's biggest polluters would not face any defined penalty even if they dramatically increased emissions under the Abbott Government's alternative to the carbon tax.

  11. Families win lost vets proper honour

    Families win lost vets proper honour

    As a four-year-old, Jamie Clark told his mum he wanted to be a soldier.

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