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Train stops wanted man in his tracks

AN armed man who allegedly terrorised staff at a bottle shop in Perth’s south has been arrested, after his attempts to flee police were thwarted by an oncoming train. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2p8ZrpS

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Festival gatecrasher ‘lashed out in fear’

A GATECRASHER who kicked the event manager at the 2015 Wonderland festival in the face when the alleged victim was on the ground claims he had "grave fears" for his safety when he lashed out.  from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2ol5ASG

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Lead still an issue at PCH

A BUILDING Commission audit into the Perth Children’s Hospital worksite has found the cause of elevated lead levels in drinking water is most likely from disturbed residues in the QEII Medical Centre ring main as well as brass fixtures on the site. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth …

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WA’s economy continues to fall behind

DESPITE signs the WA economy has bottomed out, a report says the State continues to be the nation’s laggard with the gap widening between here and other stragglers. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2p71tH1

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Perth set to become crane city…again

CRANES are set to dot the city skyline again, with about 60 buildings under construction or likely to begin soon after gaining development approval from the council. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2ojd7RZ

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WA Anzac Day services cut back

TUESDAY’S Anzac Day services have been scaled back after Returned and Services League sub-branches across WA had their budgets cut.   from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2pSUMrW

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