The West

WA

  1. Thousands honour sacrifice of war

    Thousands honour sacrifice of war

    Tens of thousands of people have descended on Kings Park to commemorate the bravery and sacrifice of Australian and New Zealand servicemen and women.

  2. Sister's challenge inspires athlete

    Sister's challenge inspires athlete

    When Paralympic hopeful Brant Garvey faced his toughest physical challenge - a gruelling ironman triathlon last year - his mind turned to his younger sister Anne-Marie.

  3. No penalty spelt out for polluters

    Australia's biggest polluters would not face any defined penalty even if they dramatically increased emissions under the Abbott Government's alternative to the carbon tax.

  4. Families win lost vets proper honour

    Families win lost vets proper honour

    As a four-year-old, Jamie Clark told his mum he wanted to be a soldier.

  5. Veterans get voice for better deal

    Ex-servicemen will highlight concerns over support for war widows and the transition from war to civilian life through a new forum for WA veterans.

  6. Active tribute from Dockers

    Active tribute from Dockers

    For Dockers star Nat Fyfe, the Len Hall tribute match has special significance.

  7. Trigg contest's king with the surfers

    Trigg contest's king with the surfers

    Trigg will host the State's best amateur surfers at the weekend with the return of renowned surf competition King of the Point.

  8. Pedestrian safety spend not justified

    Pedestrian safety spend not justified

    How much should motorists be prepared to pay to reduce pedestrian injuries and deaths in car accidents?

  9. Policeman caught in mobile madness

    Policeman caught in mobile madness

    A senior police officer will get an infringement and six demerit points after being pictured on the front page of _The West Australian _talking on his mobile phone while behind the wheel.

  10. Doctor plan to cut health costs

    Doctor plan to cut health costs

    Health funds would pay incentive payments to doctors who kept patients out of hospital under a plan insurers say could save the health system billions of dollars.

  11. Digger's home torched

    Digger's home torched

    A Digger and his family have to sleep in a tent after burglars ransacked their home and set it alight.

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