The West

WA

  1. Runner returns to say thanks

    Runner returns to say thanks

    Running in last year's Boston Marathon was supposed to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for Justin Barich.

  2. Police out  in force to keep order

    Police out in force to keep order

    Even though she is surrounded by police, the woman does not seem particularly bothered at first.

  3. Rogue cabbies still at the wheel

    Rogue cabbies still at the wheel

    Drivers charged with hundreds of crimes and traffic offences including drug dealing, robbery, assault and drink-driving still behind wheel.

  4. It's a long long way for the choc

    It's a long long way for the choc

    With more than $100,000 of Easter treats aboard and no time to spare, chocolatier Shane Hills set out for Perth.

  5. Freo Doctor drives away  stingers

    Freo Doctor drives away stingers

    Winds to thank for driving hordes of stingers from WA's coastline this year.

  6. Pollies caught  in short reign cycle

    Pollies caught in short reign cycle

    Over the past five years, longevity for PMs and premiers has become passe.

  7. Young WA soccer star dies

    Young WA soccer star dies

    Perth striker Dylan Tombides has died age 20 after a battle with testicular cancer.

  8. Meagher on violence against women

    Meagher on violence against women

    The husband of former Perth woman Jill Meagher has spoken about the first time he was confronted vocally by his wife’s killer, Adrian Bayley.

  9. Three die in horror start to Easter

    Three die in horror start to Easter

    Three young men die on WA country roads in one of the most horrific starts to Easter.

  10. Albany inmates riot

    Albany inmates riot

    Prisoners being transferred after up to 20 inmates rioted, causing damage to cells.

  11. 145 charges in Easter blitz

    145 charges in Easter blitz

    The fight against drunken violence over the Easter break began last night with 145 charges laid across WA.

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