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WILDLIFE officials will kill 15 healthy birds in a bid to discover why thousands of native birds dropped dead from the sky at Esperance, on WA's south coast.
THE State's north-west is likely to cop a hammering from cyclones between now and April according to the Bureau of Meteorolgy.
PUBLIC school education assistants have accepted the GovernmentÂ¿s offer of a 12.5 per cent pay increase over three years.
A MAN accused of the murder and sexual assault of a schoolgirl in a shopping centre toilet has deferred his plea so that his lawyers can explore psychiatric issues.
A P-PLATER has been charged with reckless driving after she was caught doing 108km/h in a school zone in Wattle Grove yesterday.
A PERTH woman says prosecutors dropped fraud charges against her because there was no case that she helped fake evidence of her mother-in-law's death to collect $1 million in insurance.
CELEBRITY sports broadcaster Basil Zempilas has been fined $400 and banned from the road for three months after pleading guilty to drink-driving.
THREE people died overnight in road fatalities, bringing the state's road toll to 30 - five more than at the same time last year.
CLAIMS of a massive groundswell against daylight saving in WA are ``irrelevant'' and the three-year trial should continue, a key proponent of daylight saving says.
THE electricity, gas and coal sector will be the primary focus of Western Australia's plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the state government says.
WA IS managing its water and does not need to start drinking recycled waste water, the state's Water Minister John Kobelke says.
PRICES charged by building trades are soaring in Perth but rising at less than the inflation rate in most regions around the country, a new survey shows.
NEW-HOME builders will have to make their houses energy and water efficient under new laws planned for this year.
WEST Australians have taken out three of the nation's six Companion of the Order of Australia awards - the highest Australia Day honours.
AN elderly Canadian tourist has been bashed and robbed in Perth, four days after arriving for a holiday in Western Australia.
A PERTH psychologist has been cleared of sexually assaulting and whipping a bulimic patient he got to act as a slave, wear a dog collar and call him master.
A 52-YEAR-OLD man was stabbed in an apparently random attack in a Thornlie video shop just after 11am yesterday.
TWO childcare workers accused of tying together the legs of sleeping babies with bed sheets to subdue them have pleaded not guilty to the charges.
A BUSHFIRE at Bingham River, 35km north-east of Collie, has burned 3300 hectares of state forest and private property.
PERTH'S pyrotechnic wars had council battling council, but it was a late entry that stole the show.
YOUNG teens still find it a breeze to buy butane gas from Perth shops despite Government moves to keep the lethal substance off the shelves.
THE votes are in. These are WA's favourite Aussie songs - and they were chosen by you.
A 34-year-old man has been extradited from Britain to face attempted murder charges in Western Australia.
A DOUBLEVIEW man has pleaded guilty to animal cruelty and been fined $3000 after he threw a cat against a shower wall "at least seven times".
FRAUD squad detectives will take several weeks to sift through a mountain of documents and computer information seized during raids on three Perth Islamic colleges.
A RESTRAINING order against former AFL West Coast star Glen Jakovich was dismissed today after his cousin, who applied for the order, failed to appear in court.
FORMER Western Australian Attorney General Cheryl Edwardes will head up a new body to give victims of crime a stronger voice in the justice system.
A 10-year-old boy has been charged with stealing a car and leading police on a 75km pursuit along WA roads at speeds of up to 170km/h.
Audio: 6PR's Simon Beaumont talks to Snr Constable Jace Williams about the chase
WA shark-attack survivor Zac Golebiowski has vowed to return to the water after an inspirational meeting with young Hawaiian surf star Bethany Hamilton.
FOR less than $60, you can buy one of these weapons from shops in Perth.
TWO teenage girls accused of murdering a 15-year-old friend and burying her under a Collie house had to defer their pleas today because a defence expert fell sick.
WEST Coast grand final hero Daniel Kerr has appeared in the Fremantle Magistrate's Court charged with two counts of assault occasioning bodily harm.
FORMER Fremantle Dockers footballer Paul Medhurst has been fined $400 for minor traffic offences.
BETFAIR has dismissed suggestions the internet wagering business is trying to bully Western Australia into changing its betting laws.
TWO children who left a note in their Perth home telling their mother they had run away to Thailand have been found safe and well in a nearby suburb.
TEACHERS are being imported from England and Ireland to alleviate chronic staff shortages in WA schools.
WARNBRO teenager Brydan Klein is still pinching himself after joining some of the all-time tennis greats to have won the Australian Open Junior Championship. .
A massive re-creation of an Aboriginal painting has been sculpted on a sheep paddock and snapped from space as a symbol of reconciliation on Australia Day.
BLISTERING temperatures, gusty winds and suspected firebugs have pushed emergency services to the limit, with firefighters responding to one of the busiest Australia Days on record.
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Singer Chrissie Hynde has joined hands with a giant PETA sheep to bleat her distaste at mulesing.