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fire at mandurah marina leaves three boats damaged

A mystery fire has caused around $750,000 damage to three boats moored at Mandurah Marina.Police say the fire broke out around midnight on one of the boats before spreading to another two craft.
A fire has Mandurah Marina has left three boats damaged. Photo: Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing ClubIt is no known what caused the fire.More to come.Follow WAtoday on Twitter @WAtoday

police investigate how car ended up in lake monger

Police are investigating how a car ended up in Lake Monger.It was spotted on Saturday morning and local rangers were called to the scene.
Police are investigating how a stolen car ended up in Lake Monger on Saturday morning. Photo: SuppliedThe silver Subaru sedan was partially submerged with water lapping at the windows.There was no-one inside.Police say it was stolen during a burglary in Nollamara and the owner didn't know it had been taken.More to come.Follow WAtoday on Twitter @WAtoday

fire at mandurah marina leaves three boats damaged

A suspicious fire has caused around $750,000 damage to three boats moored at Mandurah Marina.Police say the fire broke out around midnight on one of the boats before spreading to another two craft.
A fire has Mandurah Marina has left three boats damaged. Photo: Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing ClubAll the boats were moored to the jetty on Darwin Terrace.Peel Water Police and the Arson Squad are investigating the suspicious fire.Two of the three boats were destroyed and one sustained damage to its covers and seating.The jetty was also damaged in the blaze.Follow WAtoday on Twitter @WAtoday

police find elderly man's body at gnangara pine plantation

Police have found a body, believed to be that of missing 88-year-old Colin Halliday, in Gnangara pine plantation on Saturday afternoon.Police made public appeals for information to find the Ballajura man after he went missing on Thursday.
Police are concerned for the welfare of Colin Halliday, 88, who has been missing since Thursday. Photo: WA PoliceHe was last seen around 4.30pm at St John of God Hospital in Midland where he was dropping off some paperwork.​Police said at the time they believed he could have become confused or disorientated after leaving the hospital. His death is not considered suspicious. Police will prepare a report for the coroner. Follow WAtoday on Twitter @WAtoday

police step up search for missing elderly man

Police have stepped up their appeals for help to find an elderly, missing man.They are concerned for the welfare of Colin Halliday. The 88-year-old has been missing since Thursday.
Police are concerned for the welfare of Colin Halliday, 88, who has been missing since Thursday. Photo: WA PoliceHe was last seen around 4.30pm at St John of God Hospital in Midland where police say he was dropping off some paperwork.He left his Ballajura home around 1.30pm and was driving a 2011 model white Hyundai i30 hatchback with the registration number 1DVW166.Police believe he may have become confused or disorientated.He is fair skinned, around 180cm tall, and has a solid build.He may be wearing glasses and a black coloured t-shirt and blue jeans.Anyone with information about his whereabouts should call

low speed chase ends with string of charges

A man has been charged with a string of offences after a low speed police chase along the Graham Farmer freeway.Traffic police spotted a Holden Commodore driving on the wrong side of the road on Southport Street in Leederville in the early hours of this morning and followed it onto the freeway.
A man has been arrested after a low speed chase along the Graham Farmer Freeway. Photo: Marina NeilThe driver refused to stop and drove towards Burswood before doing a u-turn and driving back towards the city.Police managed to stop the Holden by blocking it with patrol vehicles. Two of them were damaged in the process.The 18-year-old driver from Baldivis was given a breath test and blew 0.8. He has been charged with drink driving, reckless driving, failing to stop, and endangering life.Follow WAto

perfect conditions for rottnest channel swim

There were perfect weather conditions as swimmers set out from Cottesloe on the 2017 Rottnest Channel Swim this morning.The event was started, for the 22nd time, by the local MP Colin Barnett.
Around 2500 swimmers set off on this year's Rottnest Channel Swim this morning. Photo: Twitter/Colin BarnettThere are 2500 swimmers taking part, 300 of them solo swimmers.Also on hand to help out are 900 support boats and crew and around 700 paddlers.The vast majority of swimmers are taking part for the fun of being part of a team, but there is a serious side with some serious money available to the elite competitors.The winner of the male and female solo swim races will each receive $5000, second place gets $2000 and third place $1000.The first duo to arrive on Rottnest will share $3000 as will th

uproar after another perth child rapist allowed back at school

Two boys accused of separate child rapes continue to attend a Perth religious school with teachers, students and parents unaware of their alleged offences - again calling into question a state law that effectively gags schools from being able to warn parents of a student's criminal history.The heartbroken mother of a nine-year-old boy allegedly raped by a 12-year-old boy has pleaded for more government support after it was revealed the 12-year-old and another boy, aged 17 - who is a convicted child sex offender - continued to live within the community and attend a private school south of Perth.
Parents are appealing for change to state laws that prevent schools from warning parents about students' criminal convictions.  Photo: Virginia StarThe 17-year-old was last month sentenced to a 12

uproar after another perth child rapist allowed back at school

Two boys accused of separate child rapes continue to attend a Perth religious school with teachers, students and parents unaware of their alleged offences - again calling into question a state law that effectively gags schools from being able to warn parents of a student's criminal history.The heartbroken mother of a nine-year-old boy allegedly raped by a 12-year-old boy has pleaded for more government support after it was revealed the 12-year-old and another boy, aged 17 - who is a convicted child sex offender - continued to live within the community and attend a private school south of Perth.
Parents are appealing for change to state laws that prevent schools from warning parents about students' criminal convictions.  Photo: Virginia StarThe 17-year-old was last month sentenced to a 12

residents angry mcdonald's restaurant planned behind historic guildford hotel

Guildford residents are bracing to take the fight up to McDonald's after the fast-food giant released plans to build a restaurant behind the historic Guildford Hotel, where high-rise apartments were once mooted.Residents fought property developer Luke Martino - who has leased the pub to the Publican Group – for years over his plans to build seven-storey units behind the circa 1886 boozer, claiming the apartments would be out-of-character in the heritage precinct.
The restored Guildford Hotel. Photo: SuppliedResidents lost the battle after the-then Planning Minister John Day in late 2015, overruled the City of Swan's recommendation to put a two-storey cap on units, allowing up to five-storey apartments to be built.Mr Martino told WAtoday the apartments were no longer viable in the current

premier-elect mark mcgowan slams lord mayor on gag order on councillors

Premier-elect Mark McGowan has labelled Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi's behaviour "unacceptable" after she demanded councillors fess up and sign a document saying they had not spoken to the The West Australian.WAtoday understands elected members were handed the statutory declaration on Tuesday night before a council meeting and asked to declare whether councillors had spoken to a journalist at the newspaper about a question relating to City of Perth CEO Martin Mileham.
Lisa Scaffidi has made more extraordinary demands. Photo: Jessica HromasIt's understood deputy mayor James Limnios and Cr Jemma Green – outspoken critics of the Lord Mayor and her travel rorts – refused to sign the document.
Cr Limnios refused to sign the document. Photo: www.sbs.com.auMr McGowan, who will be sworn in a

western australia votes, labor's mcgowan v colin barnett

Former One Nation candidate Margaret Dodd has told WAToday the party is a dictatorship controlled by Pauline Hanson and her agenda.Ms Dodd, who announced her resignation from the party yesterday, is now running as an independent in the seat of Scarborough.She said she could not support a party who did not have Western Australians' interests at heart."Why are people in the Eastern States making legislation and agreements for candidates in WA and for the people of WA?" she said.She said running as an independent would allow her to concentrate on Western Australia and in particular the justice system.

wa premier gets cosy with roe 8 protesters

West Australian Premier Colin Barnett finally got close to some Roe 8 protesters at Saturday's Rottnest Channel Swim. Despite his public disapproval of those who have been protesting the controversial project in Coolbellup for the past three months, Mr Barnett seemed happy to cosy up with the some of the key campaigners.
An unfortunate photo for the Premier.  Photo: Supplied"In fact his face suggests he may have enjoyed the interaction," said a campaigner who emailed the photo to WAtoday. The Premier probably would have not been so keen on getting the photo had he noticed the phrases "put Libs last" and "Drowning in debt", written in black marker down the arms of the women. The encounter, while playful, is another example of the bitterness and anger that has entered the fight over Roe 8

preferences to decide seat of kalgoorlie

The Kalgoorlie seat is too close to call, with Nationals Tony Crook, Labor's Darren Forster and Liberals' Kyran O'Donnell neck and neck in the race for the Goldfields.Speaking to WAtoday this morning, Crook said all three opponents were close on primary votes and the winner would be decided on preferences.
Nationals candidate Tony Crook hopes preferences won't trip him up. Photo: Supplied"All of the tickets were preferences against me, so I am hoping people haven't followed their cards. One booth in particular I got a really strong preference flow, but not a lot of votes, which is the problem," he said."I think there are three pretty credible candidates. Darren Forster has run a pretty good campaign, the Liberal candidate has run a good campaign and we have run a pretty good campaign as

the future of wa's economy: growing agriculture and education

Can agriculture become a bigger sector for WA's economy   The state election is approaching fast and the future of WA's economy after the mining boom is the big issue.To spark a conversation about our state's future, WAtoday is exploring five sectors that could grow and be our new economic drivers if they are given the right backing - tourism, the arts, technology, education and agriculture.Today we're looking at agriculture and education and what these sectors need to thrive, no matter who is in charge.All roads lead to...Howard and Bev Shapland's hydroponic vegetable farm in WA's Great Southern grows high quality salad leaves and herbs - but you'd better be prepared to drive a long way if you want to sample any of it.AdvertisementThey sell exclusively to local restaurants, and not becaus

the 10 seats that matter in the wa election

The magic number for WA Labor on March 11 is 10.The Opposition, which has been languishing in the political wilderness for eight years, has to pinch 10 seats back from the Barnett government if it wants to form government at the state election.
Key seats of the WA election If you believe the plethora of polls over the past few months, Labor will get those seats and possibly more to romp to victory.But an exclusive Fairfax Media ReachTEL poll last week showed Labor falling one seat short of winning the election.One thing is for sure - Saturday's count is going down to the wire and even political experts are reluctant to pick a winner.The party that will have a critical say on whether Labor or the Liberals win on March 11 is One Nation.AdvertisementPauline Hanson's party is expected to gra

the 10 seats that matter in the wa election

The magic number for WA Labor on March 11 is 10.The Opposition, which has been languishing in the political wilderness for eight years, has to pinch 10 seats back from the Barnett government if it wants to form government at the state election.
Key seats of the WA election If you believe the plethora of polls over the past few months, Labor will get those seats and possibly more to romp to victory.But an exclusive Fairfax Media ReachTEL poll last week showed Labor falling one seat short of winning the election.One thing is for sure - Saturday's count is going down to the wire and even political experts are reluctant to pick a winner.The party that will have a critical say on whether Labor or the Liberals win on March 11 is One Nation.AdvertisementPauline Hanson's party is expected to gra

protesters put banners across perth freeways

From Leeming to Cottesloe to Kalamunda, Perth drivers were targeted with protest banners on Tuesday asking the Barnett government to 'please explain' how Western Australia's mining boom resulted in 'massive debt'.During the peak hour rush a group of protesters in red wigs unfurled banners over major roads and freeways with slogans like 'boom = debt, please explain,' and 'biggest boom ever, billions in debt, please explain.'
Perth drivers got a political message with their morning commute. The protesters said the banners were well received by motorists who tooted as they drove past.In a statement to WAtoday, one wig wearing protester speaking anonymously said that people have had enough of the 'horrendous' economic mismanagement by the Barnett government."They've stuffed up the children's

man 'drugged' 11-year-old girl during sexual assault

A Perth man who stands accused of drugging and raping an 11-year-old girl at a Scarborough park will remain in custody after making a brief appearance in Perth Magistrates Court on Thursday.Liam Jon Dreja, 32, of Woodvale, was charged last month over the alleged sexual assault of an 11-year-old girl.
Police will allege Mr Dreja did not know the victim. Photo: File ImageThe offence is alleged to have happened between 8pm and midnight on February 14.Police will allege the 32-year-old, who is also a father, did not know the victim.Mr Dreja was previously charged with three counts of sexual penetration of a child under 13 years old.But in court on Thursday three new charges were brought against him.Mr Dreja, who faced court wearing a sling on his left arm, faces the additional charges of stu

anti-safe schools flyers distributed around perth

Anti-Safe Schools pamphlets distributed to homes in across Perth have been branded 'dangerous' by WA LGBTI advocacy groups. WAtoday understand pamphlets have been delivered to homes in Gosnells, Huntingdale, Mandurah, Mount Lawley, Fremantle and Rossmoyne in the last four months, and detailed why the controversial Safe Schools program should not be implemented in WA.
The advertisement and the pamphlet. Some claims listed inside the pamphlet included:"Children are taught that they should not use the term "boys and girls" and being heterosexual is not the norm.""Safe Schools tells students they have two virginities, their first time with a boy and first time with a girl.""Safe Schools pressures children to celebrate homosexuality and transgenderism."AdvertisementThe flyer was also publishe

the liberals are now tarnishing one nation by association

Politically Australia is currently in a particularly colourful period, with the adjective being used here in the same context in which a poorly supervised child with paint samples and sippy cup of undiluted red cordial might be considered to take a "colourful" approach to interior design.What's been especially noteworthy in recent months has been the way that the Coalition generally and the Liberal Party specifically have seemingly decided to messily fall apart in public. Matilda the musical comes to PerthVideo duration01:00Previous slideNext slideVideo duration05:15A stroll with Col A stroll with Col WA Premier Colin Barnett takes an evening stroll with WAtoday Political Journalist Brendan Foster and discusses the issues heading into the State Election.Matilda the musical comes to PerthVi

investigator says australia day crash plane suffered 'aerodynamic stall'

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau says the final downward movement of the sea plane that crashed into the Swan River on Australia Day was "consistent with an aerodynamic stall."Pilot Peter Lynch and his passenger and partner Endah Cakrawati died when the plane crashed into the Swan River during the City of Perth's annual Australia Day event in front of hundreds of horrified witnesses.
The Grumman sea plane crashed into the Swan River on Australia, killing its two occupants. Photo: Mike GrahamThe seaplane nose-dived into the water about 5pm, breaking up on impact.In a statement to WAtoday, CASA said Mr Lynch's aircraft was operating as part of an approved air display, which was given special permission to operate.Mr Lynch was an experienced pilot but had never landed the Grumman G-37

labor to slash wa public sector spending in costings not ticked off by treasury

A $750 million slashing of the public service and $400 million in land sales are at the centre of WA Labor's election costings that it says will get the budget back into surplus.The Liberals are warning that will mean more than 6000 job losses.
Shadow Treasurer Ben Wyatt delivered Labor costings on Thursday Photo: WAtoday The costings, ticked off by two former public servants, not Treasury, estimate a capital spend over of $2.8 billion that can be easily covered by $3 billion of new funding sources.However, that funding includes $1.1 billion in commonwealth funds earmarked for the Perth Freight Link project that it would dump, but which the federal government says it cannot have.
Mike Nahan has previously labelled Labor leader Mark McGowan an "economic lightweight." Photo: Louise Kenne

wa premier gets cosy with roe 8 protesters

West Australian Premier Colin Barnett finally got close to some Roe 8 protesters at Saturday's Rottnest Channel Swim. Despite his public disapproval of those who have been protesting the controversial project in Coolbellup for the past three months, Mr Barnett seemed happy to cosy up with the some of the key campaigners.A stroll with Col Video duration05:15Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:41'There will be a bill for Roe 8''There will be a bill for Roe 8'Police Commissioner Karl O'Callaghan says overtime police resources are being used at Roe 8. A stroll with Col Video duration05:15Video duration05:15A stroll with Col A stroll with Col WA Premier Colin Barnett takes an evening stroll with WAtoday Political Journalist Brendan Foster and discusses the issues heading into the State Ele

premier colin barnett criticises opponents and the media

In the penultimate weekend before the WA election, Premier Colin Barnett had some blistering words about the media coverage of the campaign and his political opponents.Mr Barnett admitted he was "tricked" into posing for a photograph at the Rottnest Channel Swim with four women who had #putlibslast and "drowning in debt $" written down their arms.A stroll with Col Video duration05:15Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:41'There will be a bill for Roe 8''There will be a bill for Roe 8'Police Commissioner Karl O'Callaghan says overtime police resources are being used at Roe 8. A stroll with Col Video duration05:15Video duration05:15A stroll with Col A stroll with Col WA Premier Colin Barnett takes an evening stroll with WAtoday Political Journalist Brendan Foster and discusses the issues

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