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Ben Cousins freed from WA prison

Fallen AFL premiership player Ben Cousins has been freed from prison 10 months into his one-year sentence for stalking and repeatedly breaching a restraining order taken out by his ex-partner. The former West Coast Eagles captain was jailed in March for causing “ongoing terror” to Maylea Tinecheff, with whom he has two young children. Cousins, who has long struggled with ...

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Pilbara vet to showcase North West on new TV show

Pilbara vet Rick Fenny has become one of Australia’s most successful career vets since setting up his first clinics in Roebourne and Karratha more than 40 years ago. But with patients including joeys, racehorses, cattle and beloved Pilbara kelpie Red Dog, his career has been more adventure-filled than most. Now a pilot for a new TV show, airing tonight on ...

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Under-pressure Australian opener Cameron Bancroft gets backing from dumped Test batsman Matt Renshaw

If there was one person in Australia who could’ve taken some comfort from Cameron Bancroft’s lacklustre Ashes series it was Matthew Renshaw. After all, it was Bancroft who was called up to take Renshaw’s opening spot ahead of the all-important Ashes series on home soil — it’s the series kids dream of playing when they’re growing up. Bancroft finished the ...

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Vic cops, African community taskforce fix

Victoria Police Chief Graham Ashton has announced a community taskforce to combat youth offending. Victoria’s African community will create a taskforce to work with police and tackle youth crime. Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton met with leaders from Melbourne’s African community on Wednesday after a series of high-profile crimes involving youths of African appearance. The taskforce will meet for the first ...

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Goldfields family’s desperate bid to save suffering horse

If not for the compassion and dedication of a group of Goldfields animal lovers, one stray horse might not have made it through the night on Sunday after she was found on the brink of exhaustion 17km out of Kookynie. A Kalgoorlie-Boulder family came upon the soon-to-be-named Sherrie the Night Mare around lunchtime on Sunday; however, due to poor health, ...

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Perth cyclist’s close encounter with a truck caught on camera

Kim Ribbink feared for her life on a recent bike ride in North Fremantle. The Perth triathlete was cycling with a friend on Tydeman Road on a Saturday morning last month when a road train came within inches of her handlebars. She said the “suck effect” caused by the truck forced her to swerve towards the roadside. “When a truck ...

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Trump say he would "beat" Oprah is she ran for President

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North and South Korea holds talks to ease tension

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Karratha-Tom Price Road construction slated after wet season

Work to seal the Karratha-Tom Price Road will begin in a matter of months in the hope it will underpin a residential workforce for a proposed inland mine development. Funding was rejigged in the State Government’s midyear Budget review in December, with $37 million of the $50 million budget now earmarked for the 2018-19 financial year, up from $6 million. ...

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Room to relax in out-of-way places

The club lounge at the front of Avida’s Topaz CV7572SL caravan has plenty of room to stretch out and relax. Like all the Avidas, it’s built with a sandwich-panel construction for the walls, roof and 49mm thick floor, which also has a protective aluminium lining underneath. The chassis is hot-dipped galvanised with 150mm DuraGal RHS used for the main and ...

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