Eagles snare top-two spot with familiar strategy

The modern AFL is a competition of incredibly fine margins. For proof, look no further than the way West Coast have parachuted into consecutive finals series over the past 12 months and the ramifications of their last-round home-and-away matches. A loss to Brisbane yesterday would have sent the Eagles sliding …

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Perth man tells how he was saved from nazi death camps

About 17 million people died in nazi Germany’s World War II genocide that became known as the Holocaust. Six million of those were Jews — about two-thirds of the entire Jewish population of Europe. But amid the incomprehensible horrors of this grim chapter in the history of humanity, there are …

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UWA Guild man jailed for years of thieving

A former financial officer of the University of WA’s student union has been jailed for four years after admitting stealing more than $500,000 from guild coffers to help fund his son’s drug rehabilitation. Henry Dudek, 67, was one of the longest-serving and most trusted staff members at the UWA Student …

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Bishop says dirty tricks knocked her out of PM contest

Julie Bishop has attacked the use of dirty tricks that saw her bumped from the race for prime minister last week, saying the Australian people are “looking for answers” in the wake of the Liberal turmoil. As new Prime Minister Scott Morrison yesterday revealed a Cabinet that reduced the number …

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