'They were my flying saucers': Ride the wonderful world of bus restoration

'They were my flying saucers': Ride the wonderful world of bus restoration

Some people love classic cars, others trains, but for a dedicated group of volunteer restorers, the humble suburban bus is a thing of wonder.

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1 day ago, ABC

Labor wasn't the only election loser in WA — the Nationals are suffering a political nosedive

Labor wasn't the only election loser in WA — the Nationals are suffering a political nosedive

Nationals leader Michael McCormack couldn't help but gloat as the election results came rolling in. But looking at their dire showing in WA, the Nationals have far less reason to crow, writes Jacob Kagi.

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1 day ago, ABC

How did this remote club become WA's new footy factory?

How did this remote club become WA's new footy factory?

On a rough oval in far-north WA, the Halls Creek Hawks are nurturing the next generation of football stars.

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1 day ago, ABC

World’s fiercest bikie mob Saturdarah Motorcycle Club on brink of WA war

World’s fiercest bikie mob Saturdarah Motorcycle Club on brink of WA war

A notorious international bikie gang that is trying to establish a foothold in WA is believed to be on the brink of an internal war after a split in the allegiances of its Perth-based members.

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1 day ago, The West Australian

Perth Zoo Main Lake refurbishment set to bring new home to lemurs, gibbons and pelicans

Perth Zoo Main Lake refurbishment set to bring new home to lemurs, gibbons and pelicans

Perth Zoo’s Main Lake and home to some of its fluffiest creatures is set for a fresh face, with a refurbishment promoting sustainability and creating a “unique experience” for visitors.

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1 day ago, The West Australian

City of South Perth to consider bringing in paid parking along foreshore

City of South Perth to consider bringing in paid parking along foreshore

Visitors to South Perth hotspots including the Perth Zoo and foreshore could soon be hit with parking fees for the first time.

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1 day ago, The West Australian

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg vows not to forget WA

The man in charge of the nation’s balance sheet said WA was a key part of the economic success of the entire nation and would be rewarded.

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1 day ago, The West Australian

New laws crackdown on meathead activists

Animal rights activists convicted of trespassing on WA farms will face fines of up to $24,000 and two years in jail under proposed new laws.

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1 day ago, The West Australian

Churchlands Senior High School students suspended after altering attendance records

Six students have been suspended from Churchlands Senior High School for accessing the school’s online portal and altering their attendance records, in a modern-day Ferris Bueller scam.

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1 day ago, The West Australian

Police hunt sex predator in Leederville

Police are hunting information regarding an incident that occurred on Friday morning, where an 18-year-old woman was assaulted.

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2 days ago, The West Australian

Mobile phone vision saves man life sentence

Mobile phone vision has saved Jordan Peter Clarke from a life sentence over an attack he wasn't guilty of.

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2 days ago, The West Australian

Mandurah mother left devastated after teen son's suicide

A Mandurah mother has bravely spoken just days after her 15-year-old son took his own life.

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2 days ago, The West Australian

Mother on trial over sandcastle spat

A mother is on trial accused of assaulting another person over her child's sandcastle being knocked over by a child.

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2 days ago, The West Australian

Plea to help pay for terminally ill Perth girl Amelia ‘Milli’ Lucas’ brain surgery pays off

The amazing generosity of West Australians has given a desperate family its first glimpse of hope in more than three years, after a plea to help pay for their terminally ill daughter’s brain surgery.

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2 days ago, The West Australian

David Jones temporarily shuts Perth CBD doors

David Jones temporarily shuts Perth CBD doors

One of Perth’s biggest department stores has been closed due to flooding.

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2 days ago, The West Australian

Dalkeith mum to fight sandcastle assault charges

It's alleged the violence was sparked by Sarah West's child knocking down a sandcastle built by another child.

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2 days ago, The West Australian

Police hunt: Woman, 18, suffers horrific Leederville sex attack

Police hunt: Woman, 18, suffers horrific Leederville sex attack

Police are hunting a sex predator in Perth’s inner suburbs after a woman was attacked as she searched for her friend.

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2 days ago, The West Australian

Clubland predator Brendon Webb pleads guilty to 17 indecent assaults

Clubland predator Brendon Webb pleads guilty to 17 indecent assaults

A man has pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a string of young men police believe were preyed on after nights out in Claremont, Nedlands, and the Perth CBD.

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2 days ago, The West Australian

Mobile phone footage of Green-Mundine street fight saves man from murder conviction

Mobile phone footage of Green-Mundine street fight saves man from murder conviction

Mobile phone footage of a fatal fight in Perth's north after the high profile boxing match prevents a young man from being wrongfully convicted of murder and sentenced to life in jail.

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2 days ago, ABC

Celebrate International Geek Pride Day 2019 this weekend in Perth

Celebrate International Geek Pride Day 2019 this weekend in Perth

Unleash your inner geek this weekend as out and proud nerds prepare to unite across the globe for Geek Pride Day.

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2 days ago, The West Australian

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