In his closing statement, defence counsel Burno Illari said his client could not form the intent to commit murder because he was in a state of drug-induced psychosis.
Hundreds of dollars worth of drinking cans collected for local community groups have been stolen overnight, throwing their fundraising efforts into disarray.
Elise Van Aken
Police said they were notified of the incident at Salmon Beach at 2.40pm and understood the man had not yet been found.
KBCCI business adviser Sharni Foulkes said the event gave attendees the opportunity to share ideas and learn from other local educators.
With victory, CBC Red snapped a seven-game losing streak and edged within one point of Goldfields on the ladder.
Olympians moved two games clear of Saints into third place on the KBBA ladder.
A Geraldton grandfather has avoided jail after fleeing the scene of a crash he caused while driving without a licence & being caught four more times driving while on bail, once blowing over the limit.
The teenager allegedly approached his victim and punched him in the face, before approaching another man who was sitting on a birck wall and punching him several times.
Livestock ship ‘too damaged’ to be repaired in Geraldton
Geoff Vivian and Elise Van Aken
The 6011sqm site is zoned residential R80 and is approved for development of one to three-bedroom apartments and townhouses of up to three storeys.
Tellus Holdings toasted the milestone after micro-grid developer Hybrid Systems Australia this week certified the Sandy Ridge facility as being entirely powered by renewable energy during the day.
Darren Murphy decided to bring some Christmas cheer to the Nullarbor last year by donning a Santa suit and collecting donations for the emergency service.
The move will mean WA has removed border controls for all States and Territories except South Australia, which continues to grapple with a community outbreak.
I started with a small local shopping centre and browsed my way around, trying to find inspiration as to what to buy the family.
What motivates us in our day-to-day lives and in our goals and aspirations to better ourselves? Do we need motivation or can discipline get us through the tough times?
Qantas has responded after regional carrier REX launched $79 flights on Australia’s busiest route sparking a potential fare war.
Maria Bervanakis, Angira Bharadwaj
Lynne Bunney has been involved with the Shinju Matsuri festival since 1979 and is taking on the president role for the first time.
Scott Morrison has used a messaging service to speak directly to Chinese Australians as Canberra officials met with their Beijing counterparts to seek an apology.
Nathan Vass, Ellen Whinnett, David Aidone, Finn McHugh
When a homicide detective asked the accused if the devil made him kill Mr Williams, he replied: “Of course he did. The devil comes to me all the time.”
A 21-year-old Albany man has narrowly avoided prison after two assaults, including one which left a bystander at Albany Amcal concussed.
The business chaired by Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s Ashok Parekh yesterday revealed it had signed a $1.5 million deal with Orminex to take a 50 per cent stake in the Penny’s Find gold project.
For two decades, Heidi has faced an uphill battle with her mental health. But this year, the 30-year-old says she found something that finally clicked.
Two trainees from the Manjimup Community Resource Centre have been selected to take part in a six-day voyage on the STS Leeuwin in January.
The Mt Barker Creative Doors Celebration has opened the door to the artistic creativity of dozens of locals.
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