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  1. Navy SEAL shot 27 times recovers to run marathon for vets

    A highly decorated Navy SEAL shot 27 times in a battle in Iraq is preparing to compete in an endurance race to raise money for the medical centre that helped him recover.

  2. Ocean marches in on Seabird

    Ocean marches in on Seabird

    Houses in the WA town of Seabird are at risk of falling into the ocean amid disagreement over how to stop erosion, who is responsible and how to fund it.

  3. Hockeyroo stars help put Hallee on track

    Hockeyroo stars help put Hallee on track

    Last year in Scotland it was a picture with the Queen. Last week in Perth, it was a snap with a rising princess of WA hockey.

  4. Payroll changes 'mean fewer jobs'

    Payroll changes 'mean fewer jobs'

    CCI WA says changes to payroll tax will lead to businesses hiring fewer new employees.

  5. NSW win a relief for Abbott

    NSW win a relief for Abbott

    Tony Abbott has been spared a fresh bout of leadership speculation after NSW Liberal Premier Mike Baird cruised to victory in the State election at the weekend.

  6. Rain report tips big WA water drop

    Rain report tips big WA water drop

    Autumn and winter rainfall in WA could halve over the next 80 years, according to a new report warning climate change will worsen drought conditions.

  7. Suicides reveal ambulance officer stress

    Suicides reveal ambulance officer stress

    There are fresh calls for more support for ambulance officers after a 46-year-old St John Ambulance volunteer took his own life last week.

  8. Plumber to help plan museum

    Plumber to help plan museum

    A retired plumber and a 10-year-old boy with a penchant for robots are among a diverse group of West Australians who will help plan the State's new museum.

  9. Freo feeds masses with loads of fishes

    Freo feeds masses with loads of fishes

    Crowds crammed the Fremantle Seafood Festival yesterday, lured by an enticing combination of sunshine and mouth-watering flavours.

  10. Worthy cause is worth the wipeouts

    Worthy cause is worth the wipeouts

    It was a moment suspended in time when Daniel Bolt knew he'd probably fluffed any chance his team had to win the contest.

  11. As killer menaced, women mustered courage

    As killer menaced, women mustered courage

    It is a bittersweet occasion when Selina Bello and Peggy Alexander-Kew meet in the sunshine on the South Perth foreshore.

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