The West

National News

  1. 80-year-old arrested over Sydney shooting

    An 80-year-old man has been arrested after another man was shot in the neck during a neighbourhood dispute in Sydney.

  2. Early tribute at Sydney's Anzac Eve mass

    A 120-year-old chalice used on the beaches of Gallipoli 99 years ago has helped mark an Anzac Day Eve remembrance service in Sydney.

  3. Man stabbed at Melbourne train station

    A man in his 20s was stabbed multiple times when a fight broke out at a Melbourne railway station.

  4. Tinkler named as ICAC witness

    Tinkler named as ICAC witness

    Mining baron Nathan Tinkler has been named as a witness for NSW's latest corruption inquiry.

  5. Rudd's batts evidence must yield answers

    Rudd's batts evidence must yield answers

    Former prime minister Kevin Rudd will appear at a royal commission into Labor's home insulation program on May 14.

  6. Sydney man charged for 'sexting'

    A Sydney man has been charged with sexting, in what is believed to be one of the first cases of its type in Australia.

  7. Victorian motorists cop car rego hike

    The Victorian government is hiking car registration to help pay for a $286 million GST cut and infrastructure spending.

  8. Attacks shed light on domestic horror

    Victorian police handled more than 60,000 domestic violence reports last year but it took a spate of high-profile attacks for the community to take notice.

  9. Vic farmer jailed for mistreating sheep

    A Victorian farmer has been jailed for seven months for animal cruelty offences after mistreating more than 1000 sheep.

  10. Vic soccer club fined over match fixing

    A Victorian soccer club at the centre of an international match fixing scandal has been fined $10,000 and docked eight competition points.

  11. Man jailed for rigging Vic soccer matches

    The local ringleader of an international betting syndicate that rigged six Victorian Premier League soccer matches has been jailed for a year.



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