Fremantle held on for a 14 point win at home despite a strong finish from Sydney.
The state manager of the National Disability Scheme of WA is welcoming reports the government will introduce a no-fault insurance scheme in the state budget.
A report by Professor Peter Newman from the Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute has described the WA Government's proposed $1.6 billion road freight link as a waste of taxpayers' money.
10:31 PM Fremantle held on for a 14 point win at home despite a strong finish from Sydney.
WA nurse Anne Carey has returned from her third trip to Sierra Leone after helping threat those sick with Ebola
Melanie Bonolo A report by Professor Peter Newman from the Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute has described the WA Government's proposed $1.6 billion road freight link as a waste of taxpayers' money.
Royceton Hardey The decision was unprecedented but necessary.
Aine Ryan Car insurance premiums have risen more in WA than anywhere else in the country... Does this make us the worst drivers?
Melanie Bonolo Over a quarter of over-50s had experienced age discrimination in the last two years and 80 per cent of those said they had suffered negative impacts.
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Ben Cameron Fremantle ruckman Zac Clarke reflects on their Western Derby win against West Coast and looks forward to their annual Len Hall match against Sydney.
Ben Cameron Fremantle coach Ross Lyon says his team know they are fit enough and hungry enough but are just waiting to find out if they are good enough.
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Ben Cameron A flat Kenny Lowe live on 6PR's Sports Today as the FFA's independent disciplinary committee sits to decide if the Perth Glory are guilty of alleged salary cap breaches.
Ben Cameron A three-time women's World Surfing Tour runner-up, Sally Fitzgibbons is hoping to go one better in 2015.
Ben Cameron Adam Simpson has challenged his team to beat top-eight sides ahead of this weekend's Western Derby.
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Royceton Hardey Yum! The search is on for WA's Best Steak Sandwich 2015.
Ultravox frontman and successful solo artist in his own right, Midge Ure returns to Australia in April for a short solo acoustic tour.
Paul Entwistle A newlywed couple have found theat the road to wedded bliss is not an easy one to navigate
Dr Jamal Rifi says he's determined to stop ISIL’s influence spreading, following revelations Sydney teenagers have tried to join the death cult in the Middle East. He speaks with John & Garry on the need for early intervention for Muslim families.
Australians are dealing with some of the highest rates of food allergy in the world. What is behind our bodies rejecting the foods our forebears thrived on? Maria Said speaks with John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the age of stressing over our food.
There are calls for changes to laws that threaten lengthy jail terms for parents abandoning babies and creation of 'Safe Baby Havens'
A pedestrian who was allegedly run down by a cyclist in 2013 is launching legal action to uncover the identity of the mystery cyclist.