Woman takes her life in 'tragic and horrible' circumstances at Fiona Stanley Hospital

Woman takes her life in 'tragic and horrible' circumstances at Fiona Stanley Hospital

Health Minister Roger Cook confirms authorities are investigating the suicide of a woman at Perth's Fiona Stanley Hospital last week, which he says has distressed family and staff at the facility.

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14 hours ago, ABC

HAIR The original tribal rock musical

HAIR The original tribal rock musical

The sensational star of The Voice, Prinnie Stevens, and a talented tribe of emerging Australian […]

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14 hours ago, X-Press Magazine

REVELATION FILM FEST Complete your festival experience

REVELATION FILM FEST Complete your festival experience

With opening night swiftly approaching, Revelation Perth International Film Festival are offering memberships essential to your […]

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15 hours ago, X-Press Magazine

Subiaco obscene act accused Allan Gill to make plea

Subiaco obscene act accused Allan Gill to make plea

A 52-year-old man has appeared in court accused of doing an indecent act in front of a five-year-old girl in a Subiaco retail store.

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15 hours ago, The West Australian

Unpacking the Disrupted Festival of Ideas

Unpacking the Disrupted Festival of Ideas

It’s the weekend in July when the State Library of Western Australia transforms to the epicentre of festival goodness. This year’s Disrupted Festival of Ideas key theme is Truth and all the conversations and conventions that go hand in hand with it. Director of Library Services Elizabeth...

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15 hours ago, RTRFM

I failed to get the flu vaccine and now I’m paying the price

I failed to get the flu vaccine and now I’m paying the price

I was all set to get my flu vaccine shot at the weekend, so that I would be covered for the winter. But then the flu beat me to it.

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16 hours ago, The West Australian

Truck roll over at Red Hill quarry

Truck roll over at Red Hill quarry

A truck has rolled over at Red Hill quarry, with emergency services on site.

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16 hours ago, The West Australian

As Irena hid in a cellar from the bombs raining down, her mother took the gamble of her life

As Irena hid in a cellar from the bombs raining down, her mother took the gamble of her life

Irena Ceranic knew her childhood in Sarajevo was over when the bombs started dropping. But her new childhood began when her mother decided to risk it all and flee with her children to chase a better life in Australia.

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19 hours ago, ABC

Drastic plan proposed to stop Fremantle beach buildings crumbling into the ocean

Drastic plan proposed to stop Fremantle beach buildings crumbling into the ocean

Buildings on North Fremantle's battered Port Beach may have to be moved significantly inland in coming years in order to save larges stretches of the coastline from the advancing ocean.

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19 hours ago, ABC

'Septic pustule': Former One Nation MP's bitter Twitter spat with party member

'Septic pustule': Former One Nation MP's bitter Twitter spat with party member

West Australian MP Charles Smith, who quit the One Nation party last week, takes aim at his former colleagues, labelling one a "semi-literate goon" and a "septic pustule on the anus of vulgar society".

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20 hours ago, ABC

RTRFM FREMANTLE WINTER MUSIC FESTIVAL Set times are here!

RTRFM FREMANTLE WINTER MUSIC FESTIVAL Set times are here!

This weekend RTRFM are taking over the streets of the port city for the RTRFM […]

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22 hours ago, X-Press Magazine

Dome is where the heart of WA’s story is

Dome is where the heart of WA’s story is

The WA-grown brand’s bid to branch out from coffee shops and into accommodation is bringing our historic buildings back to life.

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23 hours ago, The West Australian

Perth’s ‘inferiority complex’ holding us back from potential growth

Perth’s ‘inferiority complex’ holding us back from potential growth

Tourism Minister Paul Papalia urges West Australians to stop labelling Perth as the world’s most isolated city and instead talk up their State when abroad and brag about what we have to offer.

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23 hours ago, The West Australian

SWERVEDRIVER Psych shoegaze renaissance

SWERVEDRIVER Psych shoegaze renaissance

Oxford psychedelic shoegaze forefathers Swervedriver are heading down under to remind us of their immersive legacy. […]

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23 hours ago, X-Press Magazine

Empty Bowls 2019: Help Feed Those In Need

Empty Bowls 2019: Help Feed Those In Need

Help fill a bowl for someone in need. Empty Bowls Perth – help fill a bowl for someone in need, by filling your own. Potters across WA have created and donated wonderful bowls that are up for sale. Choose a gorgeous handmade bowl, which will be yours to keep, and fill it with free soup...

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1 day ago, So Perth

Sterling First founder Ray Jones’ full statement about scheme collapse

Sterling First founder Ray Jones’ full statement about scheme collapse

Sterling First founder Ray Jones has spoken publicly for the first time since the collapse of the investment scheme he helped set up. Here’s his statement in full.

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1 day ago, The West Australian

Perth dad suffers broken neck, fractured skull in unprovoked Northbridge assault

Perth dad suffers broken neck, fractured skull in unprovoked Northbridge assault

A father of two suffered a broken neck and fractured skull when he was targeted by a stranger in an unprovoked attack.

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1 day ago, The West Australian

Perth Whiskey Degustation By Heyder & Shears and Cheatmeats

Perth Whiskey Degustation By Heyder & Shears and Cheatmeats

Whiskey, meat and seafood! If a feast consisting of great whiskey with quality meat and seafood excites you, then this degustation will more than tickle your fancy. This five-course, whiskey paired degustation inclusive of free-flowing beer and wine, will be championed by powerhouses Heyder &...

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1 day ago, So Perth

RSPCA reports shocking animal abuse rise in Western Australia

RSPCA reports shocking animal abuse rise in Western Australia

Dogs and puppies are the biggest victims of suspected deliberate poisonings in WA, making up three-quarters all reported cases.

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1 day ago, The West Australian

Weekend washout for Perth as winter solstice storm set to bring heavy rain

Weekend washout for Perth as winter solstice storm set to bring heavy rain

A winter deluge that is set to smash Perth's June rainfall average will coincide with the shortest day of the year to deliver a wet, gloomy and blustery weekend for the city.

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1 day ago, ABC

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