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  1. Hope for quake survivors

    More than a dozen WA families were last night desperately waiting for news of loved ones missing after a devastating earthquake in Nepal.

  2. Stellar chef for Telethon

    Stellar chef for Telethon

    The 40-strong brigade of chefs at Broome's Cable Beach Club Resort say they are eagerly awaiting the arrival of international star chef David Thompson, who will be cooking up a storm in June for Telethon.

  3. Australian connections to Nepal quake

    More than 500 Australians were in Nepal when a devastating magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit and officials are still trying to reach some of them.

  4. Perth families desperate for Nepal news

    Perth families desperate for Nepal news

    Dozens of Australians are among the missing after a massive earthquake killed more nearly 2000 people.

  5. Woman drowns fishing near Albany

    Woman drowns fishing near Albany

    18-year-old slips from rocks while fishing at Casey's Beach with her boyfriend.

  6. Search on for WA missing in Nepal

    Search on for WA missing in Nepal

    About a dozen West Australians have been registered as missing on a Red Cross website after Nepal's devastating earthquake.

  7. Comet Bay, where learning is play

    Comet Bay, where learning is play

    While most schools might consider a desk and a whiteboard the classroom essentials, at Comet Bay Primary School the typical equipment might be a mud pie or a recycled bathtub.

  8. Katanning worries over high school

    Katanning worries over high school

    A scathing Education Department review of one of the biggest schools in WA's Great Southern region has prompted widespread community concerns.

  9. Leniency plea was fake: brothers

    Leniency plea was fake: brothers

    The murder trial of Noor Ellis, which is playing out slowly one day a week in a balmy Balinese court, had just broken on Wednesday when Peter Ellis sent a frantic text to his brother John.

  10. Income cap limits first home loans

    Income cap limits first home loans

    Getting into a first home in Perth is about to become even harder, with the State's low-income mortgage provider expected to make eligibility requirements more stringent.

  11. How super crim ended WA floggings

    How super crim ended WA floggings

    Floggings should have been a punishment left in the convict era.

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