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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Masked man jailed for sexually assaulting 18yo stepdaughterdid not even cross her mind that it was someone she knew. She loved and trusted
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 minutes ago
did not even cross her mind that it was someone she knew. She loved and trusted you," Judge Davis said. The man will be eligible for parole after serving seven years of his sentence. Contact Jacqueline Lynch More stories from Western Au... Read more
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The Age
Adelaide Crows coach Bec Goddard nominated for AFL woman of the year awardclub Melbourne University Laura Kane has also been nominated. AFL Victoria's V
The Age / Posted 39 minutes ago
club Melbourne University Laura Kane has also been nominated. AFL Victoria's VFLW operations manager Jess Smith and the Western Australia Football Commission's female football coordinator Allana Dickie join commentator and journalist Sam Lane in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Adelaide Crows coach Bec Goddard nominated for AFL woman of the year awardclub Melbourne University Laura Kane has also been nominated. AFL Victoria's V
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 41 minutes ago
club Melbourne University Laura Kane has also been nominated. AFL Victoria's VFLW operations manager Jess Smith and the Western Australia Football Commission's female football coordinator Allana Dickie join commentator and journalist Sam Lane in... Read more
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The North West Star
Canberra's Mac Wright named in Cricket Australia XItest yourself. "You're put in front of selectors and it gives you the opportun
The North West Star / Posted 57 minutes ago
test yourself. "You're put in front of selectors and it gives you the opportunity for further selection down the track." Western Australia's Will Bosisto and Josh Inglis, Victoria's Sam Harper and Matt Short, New South Wales' Ryan Gibson and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra's Mac Wright named in Cricket Australia XI for domestic one-day cuptest yourself. "You're put in front of selectors and it gives you the opportun
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
test yourself. "You're put in front of selectors and it gives you the opportunity for further selection down the track." Western Australia's Will Bosisto and Josh Inglis, Victoria's Sam Harper and Matt Short, New South Wales' Ryan Gibson and... Read more
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The Age
Canberra's Mac Wright named in Cricket Australia XI for domestic one-day cuptest yourself. "You're put in front of selectors and it gives you the opportun
The Age / Posted an hour ago
test yourself. "You're put in front of selectors and it gives you the opportunity for further selection down the track." Western Australia's Will Bosisto and Josh Inglis, Victoria's Sam Harper and Matt Short, New South Wales' Ryan Gibson and... Read more
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WA Today
Andrew Bolt, Mark Latham honoured in 2017 Ernie Awards for SexismERNIE (INDUSTRIAL) THE WARNEY (SPORT) Dale Simmons, president of the Cervante
WA Today / Posted 3 hours ago
ERNIE (INDUSTRIAL) THE WARNEY (SPORT) Dale Simmons, president of the Cervantes Tiger Sharks Football Club in Western Australia, for calling AFL umpire Eleni Gloutfsis, "a dopey mole" and "a stupid bitch". Simmons also claimed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Andrew Bolt, Mark Latham honoured in 2017 Ernie Awards for SexismERNIE (INDUSTRIAL) THE WARNEY (SPORT) Dale Simmons, president of the Cervante
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
ERNIE (INDUSTRIAL) THE WARNEY (SPORT) Dale Simmons, president of the Cervantes Tiger Sharks Football Club in Western Australia, for calling AFL umpire Eleni Gloutfsis, "a dopey mole" and "a stupid bitch". Simmons also claimed... Read more
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The Age
Andrew Bolt, Mark Latham honoured in 2017 Ernie Awards for SexismERNIE (INDUSTRIAL) THE WARNEY (SPORT) Dale Simmons, president of the Cervante
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
ERNIE (INDUSTRIAL) THE WARNEY (SPORT) Dale Simmons, president of the Cervantes Tiger Sharks Football Club in Western Australia, for calling AFL umpire Eleni Gloutfsis, "a dopey mole" and "a stupid bitch". Simmons also claimed... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘Weather records will be broken’Tom Saunders said heat spikes were common before an oncoming cold trough, the t
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 hours ago
Tom Saunders said heat spikes were common before an oncoming cold trough, the trough that is about to wreak havoc in Western Australia. “A hot north-westerly wind is the cause of the record high temperatures. If Penrith reaches 36C on... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘Weather records will be broken’Tom Saunders said heat spikes were common before an oncoming cold trough, the t
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 hours ago
Tom Saunders said heat spikes were common before an oncoming cold trough, the trough that is about to wreak havoc in Western Australia. “A hot north-westerly wind is the cause of the record high temperatures. If Penrith reaches 36C on... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘Weather records will be broken’Tom Saunders said heat spikes were common before an oncoming cold trough, the t
Herald Sun / Posted 4 hours ago
Tom Saunders said heat spikes were common before an oncoming cold trough, the trough that is about to wreak havoc in Western Australia. “A hot north-westerly wind is the cause of the record high temperatures. If Penrith reaches 36C on... Read more
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Financial News Network
Sheffield Resources native title appeal dismissedbeen lodged by the Mount Jowlaenga Polygon group, and was in relation to Sheffi
Financial News Network / Posted 5 hours ago
been lodged by the Mount Jowlaenga Polygon group, and was in relation to Sheffield's Thunderbird Mineral Sands project in Western Australia. The court’s decision means the determination by the tribunal stands, granting the mining lease at... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Police chase new lead in Josh Warneke murder caseis offering a $250,000 reward for information about the murder. Police say the
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
is offering a $250,000 reward for information about the murder. Police say they will also recommend protection from prosecution, or a pardon in some circumstances, for anyone not directly involved in his death. More stories from Western Aust... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'We're bigger than them anyway': Resilient Ravensthorpe bushes off mine closureloss of a small town's biggest employer might be enough to bring some communiti
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
loss of a small town's biggest employer might be enough to bring some communities to their knees, but not Ravensthorpe in Western Australia's south-east. It has had plenty of practise weathering the boom/bust cycles of both mining and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
It's time to rethink how we treat child sex offendersto prevent it from happening to any more children."Community-based approach Ms
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
to prevent it from happening to any more children."Community-based approach Ms Chamarette, a former Greens Senator for Western Australia, has treated more than 700 child sex offenders, online child pornography addicts, and their families over... Read more
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Canberra Times
A spare bedroom could be worth thousands of dollars, but is it worth renting it out?or linen as part of the agreement, have their own cooking facilities and are no
Canberra Times / Posted 10 hours ago
or linen as part of the agreement, have their own cooking facilities and are not subject to “house rules”. In most other states, including Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia, the specific Tenancy Act does not apply to boarders and lo... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tony Abbott's wrong: de facto couples don't have the same rights as married oneslegislation permitting couples to register their domestic relationships – the e
Canberra Times / Posted 10 hours ago
legislation permitting couples to register their domestic relationships – the exceptions are the Northern Territory and Western Australia. To register, you first need to prove that you meet the criteria – for example, providing “personal or... Read more
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Surfers Village
Surfing Western Australia partners with The Surf Meal Co.Meal Co. will support a wide range of WA's surfing events Surfersvillage Globa
Surfers Village / Posted 10 hours ago
Meal Co. will support a wide range of WA's surfing events Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 21 September, 2017 - Surfing Western Australia announced today a new partnership with locally based nutrition company, The Surf Meal Co. The partnership... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Big ship lift facility moves closerbuilding the facility, which will allow industrial vessels to be serviced in th
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 15 hours ago
building the facility, which will allow industrial vessels to be serviced in the Top End rather than in Queensland or Western Australia. Chief Minister Michael Gunner said it would help the Territory’s case in enticing the Australian Defence... Read more
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News.com.au
Big ship lift facility moves closerbuilding the facility, which will allow industrial vessels to be serviced in th
News.com.au / Posted 16 hours ago
building the facility, which will allow industrial vessels to be serviced in the Top End rather than in Queensland or Western Australia. Chief Minister Michael Gunner said it would help the Territory’s case in enticing the Australian Defence... Read more
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The Manila Times
Alarm over flesh-eating ulcer cases in AustraliaBellarine from adjacent Mornington Peninsula and warned “the number of cases ar
The Manila Times / Posted 16 hours ago
Bellarine from adjacent Mornington Peninsula and warned “the number of cases are continuing to increase”. Buruli ulcer has previously been reported in the states of Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales, as well as the Northern Territ... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brickworks boss Lindsay Partridge has 'no faith' government will solve energy crisisof the country. Brickworks chairman Robert Millner said the year to July had b
Canberra Times / Posted 16 hours ago
of the country. Brickworks chairman Robert Millner said the year to July had been an "extremely challenging" period in Western Australia, with building starts down 22 per cent. "This has resulted in lower sales volumes across all our... Read more
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Canberra Times
Sydney weather: 'Exceptional heat' forecast as rainfall records under threatrisks, according to Ben Shepherd, a spokesman for the NSW Rural Fire Service.
Canberra Times / Posted 16 hours ago
risks, according to Ben Shepherd, a spokesman for the NSW Rural Fire Service. Leah Khamis and Harper Ford explore the Western Australia paper daisies in full bloom at the Australian Botanic Garden at Mount Annan. Photo: Cole Bennetts Sydney... Read more
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Gulf News
Alarm over flesh-eating ulcer cases in Australia“the number of cases are continuing to increase”.Buruli ulcer has previously be
Gulf News / Posted 18 hours ago
“the number of cases are continuing to increase”.Buruli ulcer has previously been reported in the states of Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales, as well as the Northern Territory.In Victoria, there have been 159 cases this year,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'We will poison it': Five pets baited in WA, one fatallybeing warned to be vigilant after five animals — cats and dogs — were baited in
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 hours ago
being warned to be vigilant after five animals — cats and dogs — were baited in the space of a week in Perth and regional Western Australia, one fatally. The RSPCA issued the warning after a dog from the Wheatbelt town of Northam was found... Read more
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WA Today
Sydney weather: 'Exceptional heat' forecast for the weekendrisks, according to Ben Shepherd, a spokesman for the NSW Rural Fire Service.
WA Today / Posted 20 hours ago
risks, according to Ben Shepherd, a spokesman for the NSW Rural Fire Service. Leah Khamis and Harper Ford explore the Western Australia paper daisies in full bloom at the Australian Botanic Garden at Mount Annan. Photo: Cole Bennetts Sydney... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney weather: 'Exceptional heat' forecast as rainfall records under threatrisks, according to Ben Shepherd, a spokesman for the NSW Rural Fire Service.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
risks, according to Ben Shepherd, a spokesman for the NSW Rural Fire Service. Leah Khamis and Harper Ford explore the Western Australia paper daisies in full bloom at the Australian Botanic Garden at Mount Annan. Photo: Cole Bennetts Sydney... Read more
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The Age
Sydney weather: 'Exceptional heat' forecast as rainfall records under threatrisks, according to Ben Shepherd, a spokesman for the NSW Rural Fire Service.
The Age / Posted 21 hours ago
risks, according to Ben Shepherd, a spokesman for the NSW Rural Fire Service. Leah Khamis and Harper Ford explore the Western Australia paper daisies in full bloom at the Australian Botanic Garden at Mount Annan. Photo: Cole Bennetts Sydney... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Giant salt-resistant goldfish found in rivers prompt biologist's warningDr James Tweedley and team discovered the goldfish while conducting fish survey
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 hours ago
Dr James Tweedley and team discovered the goldfish while conducting fish surveys in Vasse and Wonnerup estuaries, in Western Australia's South West. He said he was surprised one day in 2012 that his team started pulling up goldfish in their... Read more
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WA Today
'No faith' - government 'lacks ticker' to fix energy crisisof the country. Brickworks chairman Robert Millner said the year to July had b
WA Today / Posted 22 hours ago
of the country. Brickworks chairman Robert Millner said the year to July had been an "extremely challenging" period in Western Australia, with building starts down 22 per cent. "This has resulted in lower sales volumes across all our... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Alarm over flesh-eating ulcer cases in Australia"the number of cases are continuing to increase". Buruli ulcer has previously
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 hours ago
"the number of cases are continuing to increase". Buruli ulcer has previously been reported in the states of Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales, as well as the Northern Territory. In Victoria, there have been 159 cases this year,... Read more
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Santa Maria Sun
Alana Clumeck brings her Western art to Los Olivos' Wendy Fosterallure still lingered in her life. Clumeck said she would find herself spending
Santa Maria Sun / Posted 22 hours ago
allure still lingered in her life. Clumeck said she would find herself spending hours at museums such as the Art Gallery of Western Australia, staring at paintings and feeling awestruck by the work. But it wasn't until years later when she would... Read more
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The Age
Brickworks boss Lindsay Partridge has 'no faith' government will solve energy crisisof the country. Brickworks chairman Robert Millner said the year to July had b
The Age / Posted 22 hours ago
of the country. Brickworks chairman Robert Millner said the year to July had been an "extremely challenging" period in Western Australia, with building starts down 22 per cent. "This has resulted in lower sales volumes across all our... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brickworks boss Lindsay Partridge has 'no faith' government will solve energy crisisof the country. Brickworks chairman Robert Millner said the year to July had b
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
of the country. Brickworks chairman Robert Millner said the year to July had been an "extremely challenging" period in Western Australia, with building starts down 22 per cent. "This has resulted in lower sales volumes across all our... Read more
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The Age
Tony Abbott's wrong: de facto couples don't have the same rights as married oneslegislation permitting couples to register their domestic relationships – the e
The Age / Posted 23 hours ago
legislation permitting couples to register their domestic relationships – the exceptions are the Northern Territory and Western Australia. To register, you first need to prove that you meet the criteria – for example, providing “personal or... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tony Abbott's wrong: de facto couples don't have the same rights as married oneslegislation permitting couples to register their domestic relationships – the e
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
legislation permitting couples to register their domestic relationships – the exceptions are the Northern Territory and Western Australia. To register, you first need to prove that you meet the criteria – for example, providing “personal or... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Technology kills and creates new jobs in regional WAHow we work: Technology kills and creates new jobs in regional Western Australi
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 hours ago
How we work: Technology kills and creates new jobs in regional Western Australia When one door closes, another opens, inventor Alexander Graham Bell once said. And this sentiment rings true when talking to small business owner Nicola Walters, whose... Read more
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TheBull
Brickworks faces $20m rise in energy costscent as strong residential building activity in east coast markets was offset b
TheBull / Posted yesterday
cent as strong residential building activity in east coast markets was offset by a 22 per cent drop in building starts in Western Australia. Brickworks said significant restructuring activities in WA, including plant closures and job cuts, had... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Baby giraffe Ellie completes epic journey across Australia to Perth Zoonumbers have declined quite dramatically in the last 14 to 15 years. "At Perth
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
numbers have declined quite dramatically in the last 14 to 15 years. "At Perth Zoo we are just moving forward with our breeding program, so we're really excited to contribute to that." Contact Sarah Collard More stories from Western A... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Something for everyone: Tamworth collection goes under the hammerto model trains and antiques, there will be something for everyone's taste” Mr
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
to model trains and antiques, there will be something for everyone's taste” Mr McCulloch said. People from as far away as Western Australia, Alice Springs and New Zealand have registered to bid at Saturday’s auction. At least 1000 people are... Read more
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Perth Now
Giraffe ends epic road trip in Perthher mother's sweet nature, is a very gentle giraffe but also outgoing. "We hav
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
her mother's sweet nature, is a very gentle giraffe but also outgoing. "We have no doubt she will settle in well to Western Australia." Ellie was moved as part of the Australasian Giraffe Breeding Program, which aims to maintain genetic... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Giraffe ends epic road trip in Perthher mother's sweet nature, is a very gentle giraffe but also outgoing. "We hav
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
her mother's sweet nature, is a very gentle giraffe but also outgoing. "We have no doubt she will settle in well to Western Australia." Ellie was moved as part of the Australasian Giraffe Breeding Program, which aims to maintain genetic... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Wildlife keepers give a glimpse of baby quokka in mother's pouchmarsupials, listed as being vulnerable to extinction, are mostly found on Rottn
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
marsupials, listed as being vulnerable to extinction, are mostly found on Rottnest Island off the coast of Perth in Western Australia. Mammal keeper Andrew Daly, from the Australian Reptile Park, said parents Basil and Coco arrived at the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Taxpayers foot $5.6m bill for payouts to Barnett government staffersbureaucrats who are part of the 'senior executive service'. Figures released l
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
bureaucrats who are part of the 'senior executive service'. Figures released last week showed the Government had paid $30 million in redundancies to lower-level public servants in the past six months. More stories from We... Read more
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B&T
Survey: Sydney Swans Romp It Home As The AFL's Most Supported Club– a conversion rate of 19.3% of supporters to members ahead of South Australia
B&T / Posted yesterday
– a conversion rate of 19.3% of supporters to members ahead of South Australia (13.8% of supporters become members) and Western Australia (10.1%). “These high conversion rates underpin the strong attendances of the AFL. In 2017 there are... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Tough measures for ‘dole capital’to Kalgoorlie Welfare Recipients. Credit - Rick Wilson via Storyful3:43 Prime
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
to Kalgoorlie Welfare Recipients. Credit - Rick Wilson via Storyful3:43 Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, on Friday, September 1, to announce a trial of cashless debit cards for welfare recipients in the... Read more
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News.com.au
Tough measures for ‘dole capital’to Kalgoorlie Welfare Recipients. Credit - Rick Wilson via Storyful3:43 Prime
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
to Kalgoorlie Welfare Recipients. Credit - Rick Wilson via Storyful3:43 Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, on Friday, September 1, to announce a trial of cashless debit cards for welfare recipients in the... Read more
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Perth Now
One dead, four hurt in three WA crashesOne man is dead and four other people are fighting for life after three separat
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
One man is dead and four other people are fighting for life after three separate crashes into trees in Western Australia. A 56-year-old man was killed after he smashed into a tree in Rockingham on Wednesday evening. In a separate incident, three... Read more
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Adelaide Now
One dead, four hurt in three WA crashesOne man is dead and four other people are fighting for life after three separat
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
One man is dead and four other people are fighting for life after three separate crashes into trees in Western Australia. A 56-year-old man was killed after he smashed into a tree in Rockingham on Wednesday evening. In a separate incident, three... Read more
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