Claremont serial killings case: Bradley Robert Edwards allegedly behind ‘depraved’ stories

Claremont serial killings case: Bradley Robert Edwards allegedly behind ‘depraved’ stories

Stories allegedly written or contributed to by Bradley Robert Edwards have been described as ‘unusual and depraved’ - making reference to the abduction of women and non-consensual sex.

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1 hour ago, The West Australian

Claremont serial killings case: Huntingdale prowler, silk kimono and Hollywood hospital

Claremont serial killings case: Huntingdale prowler, silk kimono and Hollywood hospital

Prosecution allege Bradley Robert Edwards’ prints were found at the scene of a number of crimes referred to as the ‘Huntingdale prowler series’ and that he had a ‘fetish’ for women’s underwear.

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2 hours ago, The West Australian

Claremont serial killings: Minister’s ‘miscommunication’ over Bradley Robert Edwards injuries in prison

Corrective Services Minister Fran Logan said Bradley Robert Edwards had been attacked before later retracting his comments.

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3 hours ago, The West Australian

Here’s How You Can Fly From Perth To Greece From $299

Perth to Athens for $598 return sounds too good to be true, but it’s the latest deal low-cost airline Scoot is pedalling. Selling ridiculously discounted seats from now until May to the glorious nation of white and blue, checked baggage will set you back $100 per bag each way, bringing the total...

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3 hours ago, The Urban List

Claremont serial killings: Bradley Robert Edwards’ pre-trial hearing day 2

Claremont serial killings: Bradley Robert Edwards’ pre-trial hearing day 2

After a dramatic adjournment on Monday, Claremont serial killings accused Bradley Robert Edwards is out of hospital and due back in court this morning.

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3 hours ago, The West Australian

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann thought he paid for free Helloworld flights

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann thought he paid for free Helloworld flights

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says he “genuinely thought” he had paid for flights booked with a company that won a $21 million government contract.

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3 hours ago, The West Australian

Three’s A Trend | Diamonds And Pearls At NYFW

Three’s A Trend | Diamonds And Pearls At NYFW

While we're only just digging our teeth into Pre-Fall trends, New York Fashion Week Autumn/Winter '19 has hit, and with it brings all the newness we're about to see everywhere. While glitter, neon splashes and maxed-out 90s grunge have all carried over from SS '19, it was...

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3 hours ago, The Urban List

PREMIERE: Chip Hazard – ‘Mvmnt I’

PREMIERE: Chip Hazard – ‘Mvmnt I’

Kicking around with a number of groups including Superego and Ruby May as well as pursuing his solo endeavours, Perth musician and composer Chris Young is back as Chip Hazard, once again showing off his impressive guitar chops and ambient sampling abilities, with the new single, Mvmnt I,  Inspired by...

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4 hours ago, RTRFM

PD Jimmy tracks down Applecross crash driver

The driver of an allegedly stolen vehicle that crashed into a tree in Applecross has been arrested after an early morning police chase.

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4 hours ago, The West Australian

Eminem Rapture Tour Australia Set List

Eminem Rapture Tour Australia Set List

Expect wall to wall Eminem bangers for his Australia set list. The wait is almost over with Eminem set to take the Brisbane stage on February 20th and then continue his stadium tour through Sydney, Melbourne and for the very first time Perth! But what songs will be on the Eminem Australia set...

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6 hours ago, So Perth

ABARES crop report confirms tale of two seasons with eastern pain, western gain

The Australian Government's commodity forecaster has confirmed what eastern seaboard farmers know all too well — that grain production in 2018 was disastrous.

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10 hours ago, ABC

Cyclone Oma could bring hazardous surf, coastal flooding

Cyclone Oma could bring hazardous surf, coastal flooding

The chances of Cyclone Oma making landfall near Brisbane are low, but "pretty major" impacts are expected along the south Queensland coast late this week.

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10 hours ago, ABC

Claremont serial killings: Jail stab has State on the edge of darkness

A simple pencil yesterday came within inches of bringing undone the most complex, wide-ranging and expensive murder investigation in Australia’s history.

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11 hours ago, The West Australian

Quackdown by Medical Board of Australia on doctors spruiking offbeat care

Quackdown by Medical Board of Australia on doctors spruiking offbeat care

Doctors who spruik “unconventional medicines” would need to tell patients to seek a second opinion and provide them with written information about risks under a new plan from the Medical Board.

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11 hours ago, The West Australian

Jenne Brammer: Ewe-turn on wool ban exposes uninformed animal activists

Jenne Brammer: Ewe-turn on wool ban exposes uninformed animal activists

The online fashion company that pledged to ditch wool from its product range, only to backtrack hours later, demonstrates how easily uninformed decisions can be made under pressure from activists.

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11 hours ago, The West Australian

Claremont serial killings: Inside Unit 6, Hakea Prison’s protective block

Police have a short list of inmates who potentially had the access to launch an attack on Bradley Robert Edwards in the showers at Hakea Prison yesterday morning.

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11 hours ago, The West Australian

Claremont serial killings: More heartache for victims’ families as case delayed

Claremont serial killings: More heartache for victims’ families as case delayed

It is often said that the wheels of justice turn slowly. For the families of Ciara Glennon, Jane Rimmer and Sarah Spiers yesterday, the wheels did not turn at all.

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11 hours ago, The West Australian

Claremont serial killings: Accused has the right to be in court

If Bradley Robert Edwards is still unfit to appear because of the injuries he sustained in yesterday’s prison incident, it is unlikely today’s hearing will proceed.

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11 hours ago, The West Australian

Neuropsychology Rising Star Fiona Allanson flicks switch on life for brain injury patients

Neuropsychology Rising Star Fiona Allanson flicks switch on life for brain injury patients

Fiona Allanson was sitting in a lecture theatre eight years ago when she had the light-bulb moment that changed her life and — perhaps more importantly — the lives of countless others.

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11 hours ago, The West Australian

My Kitchen Rules’ Perfect Strangers Milly Hams and Karolina Borkovic feeling the pressure ahead of debut cook up

My Kitchen Rules’ Perfect Strangers Milly Hams and Karolina Borkovic appear to be feeling the pressure ahead of their debut cook up.

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16 hours ago, The West Australian

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