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One of Perth’s leading surf lifesaving clubs has blamed growing fears about sharks for a fall in the number of children signing up to be members.

New figures have revealed an extraordinary rise in the number of weapons passengers have tried to take on to planes in Australia, with credit card knives accounting for most of the items seized.

Unions have hit back at Treasurer Mike Nahan’s claim that their opposition to privatisation of Western Power is hypocritical, saying retail power prices are higher in States with private utilities …

Alinta Energy has been valued at up to $5.2 billion ahead of its planned float, with brokers citing Kleenheat’s grab for customers and a lawsuit from Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill project among the …

Demand for places at WA universities is up, mostly driven by interstate applications for Curtin University’s undergraduate medicine course starting next year.

Smelly passengers continue to get up the nose of air travellers. They are a major gripe but even more annoying it seems are those who recline their seat.

It has always been ironic that when it comes to having a baby, many women struggle to get what they want — but for different reasons.

Grey Lion trainer Matt Cumani has ruled out giving Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne a ride in this year’s race as the trailblazer’s chances of back-to-back triumphs decrease by the day.

The Jamie’s Italian chain and the Chophouse grill in Cloisters Square have been excluded from an agreed sale of eateries and bars owned by the collapsed Keystone Group.

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