Fallen troops acknowledged in Anzac Day dawn service commemorations

Anzac heroes have been recognised and honoured as tens of thousands descended on Kings Park to commemorate Anzac Day at the dawn service. Current and former service people, joined men, women and children at the State War Memorial to acknowledge ANZAC soldiers who had fallen in battle, remembering the arrival of Australians on Gallipoli on…

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Anzac veteran proud to bridge divide between older military servicepeople and youth

A WA Anzac veteran has encouraged the connection between Australia’s servicemen and women with the younger generation, calling it “wonderful” to be back for the Anzac Day march. The man, who was giving high-fives to spectators while he was being pushed in a wheelchair down St Georges Terrace during the parade, said he bridged the…

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Jandakot man charged over damage to eight ATMs

WA Police have charged a Jandakot man after vandalising a number of ATMs throughout Perth during April. Regional Investigations Unit officers allege that the 40-year-old man damaged eight machines in a number of suburbs including South Perth, Subiaco, Riverton, Atwell, Morley and Bull Creek. It will be further alleged that the man tried to forcibly…

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Man hospitalised after hit by arrow in Lockridge

A man has been injured after being hit by an arrow in Lockridge, forcing a police shutdown of the street. At around 9:40pm on Tuesday, the 31-year-old man was riding on bicycle west along Sturtridge Road in the suburb when he was struck in his right thigh by the arrow. He sought help from a…

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