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Numbat survival quest gets a hand

When a baby the size of a jelly bean is born, it makes sense that their first health check will be somewhat delayed.


Desperate families could apply to a court to force meth-addicted loved ones into rehabilitation under radical drug laws the Barnett Government wants to import from New Zealand.

Australia’s crash investigator has revealed that data indicates MH370 could have been plunging at almost 400km/h just before it smashed into the sea with 239 passengers and crew.

Police raided a notorious chain of smoke shops across Perth yesterday as it revealed officers seized more than 4500 packages of synthetic substances from the outlets last financial year.

Tucking into a counter meal at a Melbourne pub after footy training on Tuesday night, WA rower Alex Hagan took a call that sat neatly with her latest motto — life can change in an instant.

New Energy and Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg has embraced a move away from coal-fired electricity generation, striking a vastly different tone from Tony Abbott’s government.

Older people need to get over themselves and find a “millennial mentor”, says a top business executive who has leapt to the defence of the often-maligned Generation Y.

The competition watchdog has signalled the Barnett Government is closer to meeting concerns around plans to sell Fremantle Port amid a national row over the long-term benefits of privatisation.

A woman who has accused Kendal “Tiny” Pinder of rape admits she researched the disgraced former Perth Wildcat before she spoke to police but says she did not do it to fix holes in her story.

A woman at the centre of an alleged plot to have her son-in-law Travis Mills killed told a confidant that the plan had “gone bad” and asked him to dispose of evidence, a Supreme Court jury has …

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