The West

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  1. Movie ticket prices to rise

    Movie ticket prices to rise

    The cost of a movie ticket is about to reach $20 because cinema attendances are not increasing enough to cover operating costs, according to the head of one of WA's biggest cinema chains.

  2. Palace dresses up to lure patrons

    Palace dresses up to lure patrons

    The battle to get bums on cinema seats may be at its fiercest yet, but for the staff at Luna Palace their best weapon is the dress-up box.

  3. Sunset services warm families of the fallen

    Sunset services warm families of the fallen

    Enid Russell and nine other direct descendants of war hero Alfred Edward Gaby paid tribute to their fallen relative as the sun set over Kings Park.

  4. Jail work camps idle

    Jail work camps idle

    Just five inmates are being held at a $17m prison work camp that costs $1.4m a year to run.

  5. GP texts to follow up flu jab

    GP texts to follow up flu jab

    Perth doctor sets up pioneering system to monitor bad reactions to immunisations using SMS.

  6. One-stop shop not ready

    One-stop shop not ready

    Barnett Govt fails to create a "one-stop shop" for child abuse complaints, 19mts after promising it.

  7. Patients stuck in ambulances

    Patients stuck in ambulances

    One-third of patients arriving at emergency departments by ambulance are waiting more than 20-minute target.

  8. Man injured in Harvey boat accident

    Man injured in Harvey boat accident

    The RAC Rescue helicopter will transport a man from Harvey to RPH after he fell overboard.

  9. Jails awash with footy talent: Krakouer

    Jails awash with footy talent: Krakouer

    Reborn football star Andrew Krakouer has urged recruiters to look inside the walls of WA prisons to seek out potential stars for the elite levels of the game.

  10. Police hail motorist a hero

    Police hail motorist a hero

    As flames lapped at the twisted metal of what was once a Ford Falcon utility, Thomas Alvarez knew the unconscious men inside did not have long to live.

  11. Freo festival plans go overboard

    Freo festival plans go overboard

    A band belting out tunes while submerged is among the quirky new acts at the 2014 Fremantle Street Arts Festival.

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