Burswood robbery needs public help

By Vesh Arumugam Perth Detectives are seeking information regarding a robbery that occurred on Friday, 12 April 2019 in the grounds of a hotel and entertainment complex in Burswood. Just after 4am, a woman in her 30s was walking to her vehicle located in the car park when a Hyundai Elantra drove past her slowly…

Operation ACTUM 2019 out on the streets of WA

By Vesh Arumugam  In a new initiative by WA Police, the Operation Actum 2019 has been an efficient act to reduce and curb offenses relating to drug in WA. More than 150 people have been charged with over 450 offenses as part of this operation. Detectives from the Serious and Organised Crime Division coordinated the…

Easter Sunday bomb attacks in Sri Lankan churches and hotels

By Helene Fung Bomb attacks on Easter Sunday (21st of April, 2019) have killed at least 138 people and injured more than 400. The bombs targeted six separate sites, three churches and three luxury hotels. The attacks come almost 10 years after the end of a hard-fought civil war. There were no immediate claims of…

American parents who abused their 13 children get life imprisonment

By Helene Fung, Photo: Facebook David and Louise Turpin were sentenced in a Californian court room to life imprisonment for keeping their 13 children captive and abusing them. They pleaded guilty to multiple charges including torture, child abuse and false imprisonmentback in February this year. The police raided the Turpins’ family home in January 2018…

Travis Carter kicks off Brand campaign

By Helene Fung Travis Carter, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation candidate contesting in the lower house for the seat of Brand, officially launched his campaign today in Rockingham over fish-and-chips with supporters. Rockingham-born and -raised Mr Carter described in an exclusive interview with WAMN News earlier that the main reason for running in the upcoming federal…

White House locked down after a man set fire outside

By Helene Fung The White House went into lock down mode local time 3:15pm local time Friday (3:15am Perth time Saturday 13th April) after a man in a wheelchair scooter lit his jacket on fire, on Pennsylvania Avenue just outside the White House in Washington, D.C., in the United States of America. Secret Service officers…

Julian Assange may face rape charges in Sweden

By Helene Fung Julian Assange went into the Ecuadorian embassy in London back in 2012 for asylum, hoping to avoid being extradited to Sweden for sexual assault charges against him (which he denied committing). After seven years, Ecuador withdrew asylum, and Mr Assangewas arrested and removed from the embassy on Thursday 11th of April, 2019.…

Missing elderly woman on a critical look out

By Vesh Arumugam Police are seeking the whereabouts of a missing 69 year old Lockridge woman Mary Ann NIX. Mary was last seen at her Lockridge residence around 2pm on Sunday 31 March 2019. She is described as being fair skinned, of a medium build, with red hair and blue eyes. Mary may also be…

Affordable apartments in Bayswater in-line with Metronet project

Western Australia’s changing population has seen rising demand for apartments, townhouses and terrace housing. This has given birth to a high-quality, affordable apartment development that is aligned to the McGowan Government’s METRONET scheme in Bayswater, and the construction has begun. The five-storey development, a 17-apartment complex with a basement car park, built at 1 Foyle…