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A $250,000 reward and immunity from prosecution is on offer as police try to crack the mystery behind a teenager’s murder south of Perth four decades ago.
It had disaster written all over it - the prison visitor wanting to help and the repeat offender vowing to change his ways. But there was a silver lining.
There's plenty to do and see, from a bushfire fundraising music festival to Christmas markets and carols.
The children took full advantage of their final opportunity to bilk us out of every cent they could.
After a long struggle to get permission, a stage interpretation of the author's iconic essay went into production. Next month it's coming to Sydney.
Qantas has chosen the aircraft it will use for non-stop flights to New York and London, but delayed its decision on whether it will go ahead with the new routes.
The S&P/ASX 200 has jumped 33 points on opening to 6743, a gain of 0.5 per cent. There are large gains in miners with BHP, Rio, and Fortescue up more than 2 per cent.
A family discovers a daughter, granddaughter and sister, 21 years after her birth. And with her comes an unexpected freedom.
A-League clubs will target leagues outside of Europe's biggest competitions as part of the plan, such as the Netherlands, France, Scotland, Belgium and Scandinavian countries.
“At Christmastime someone gives you something that won’t do anything, and then it goes in the bin.” Mr Martin was determined his shop would be different.
Britain's currency rallied to its highest level since May 2018 as an exit poll indicated Boris Johnson's Conservative Party will secure a strong majority in the UK election, raising hopes of an end to the Brexit deadlock.
Curtin University told international students they couldn't set up a 'Lennon Wall' on campus in solidarity with Hong Kong democracy protesters because it might "escalate tension".
"Never in my life have I heard a scream like that and I never want to hear it again."
Firefighters are currently working to contain blazes in Perth's north, with an emergency warning issued for people in Two Rocks, Breakwater and Seatrees estates and northern parts of Yanchep.
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Further storms on Thursday night did not turn into the "supercell" the Bureau of Meteorology had feared.
An exit poll predicts Johnson's Conservatives will nab 368 spots in the 650-seat House of Commons, giving them a clear majority.
Emergency services were called to a home on Connaught Road in Blackheath just before 4.30am following reports possible gunshots had been fired.
Exercising one's democratic duty is an experience worlds apart from Australia's triennial trip to the ballot box.