Firefighters battle blaze at Attadale home

Hayley GoddardThe West Australian Monday, 9 July 2018 3:12PM Fire tears through home in Attadale VideoNo one needed treatment as a result of the fire but people in the area have been warned there is a lot of smoke still coming from the scene. Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon Thirty-five …

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Redkirk Warripr team expect big July Cup run | Racing News

Last Updated: 09/07/18 11:13am Redkirk Warrior: In good form ahead of July Cup run Jockey Regan Bayliss is relishing the prospect of being reunited with Redkirk Warrior in Saturday’s Darley July Cup after giving his big-race mount a Monday morning workout at Newmarket. The Australian speedball was bitterly disappointing when …

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Funding boost for Middleton Beach sea wall

This is how Middleton Beach could look in the future. Plans for a $9 million sea wall and other infrastructure were given a boost yesterday with a $4.8 million injection of funds by the Federal Government. Camera IconAn artist’s concept of what Middleton Beach could look like.Picture: City of Albany/AECOM …

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Salt water meets sand of red centre

Emillie Foster is one of our two The West Australian Young Travel Writers for 2018. She headed north on assignment to Shark Bay and Dirk Hartog Island with Australia’s Coral Coast tourism, and this is her story… My ears fill with hushed tones as hundreds of welcome swallows sing us …

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ASX continues ‘fantasy’ run to fresh decade highs

The Australian sharemarket has closed higher for a third-straight trading session, buoyed by mining and financial stocks. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index closed up 13.7 points, or 0.22 per cent at 6286 on Monday at a fresh 10.5-year high, while the All Ordinaries index gained 10.7 points, or 0.17 per …

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Riders on the storm | The West Australian

As the lightning cracked through the towering bank of cloud ahead, Jeff Miles did a double take, so unsure was he of what he had just witnessed. A bolt, instead of striking downward or outward like the others, shot straight up, radiating streams of red and purple into the dark …

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Natural wonders no dream on Coral Coast

Tallulah Davison is one of our two The West Australian Young Travel Writers for 2018. She headed north on assignment to Shark Bay and Dirk Hartog Island with Australia’s Coral Coast tourism, and this is her story… I am sitting at my desk in my bedroom, armed with a notebook, …

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