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Extreme fire warnings for Victoria, SA, Tasmania and WA

Extreme fire warnings for Victoria, SA, Tasmania and WA

Victoria’s emergency services are preparing for more perilous weather conditions, a week after bushfires and storms razed properties and left half a million homes and businesses in the dark. Temperatures are expected to top 40C in parts of the state, with storms bringing 80km/h winds and dry lightning into the afternoon. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE:…

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Police seize 3D-printed gun south of Perth

Police seize 3D-printed gun south of Perth

Two people have been charged following the discovery of a 3D-printed gun allegedly hidden in a car south of Perth. Police said the firearm was seized from a stolen Mazda CX-7 that was stopped by officers on Forrest Hwy in Glen Iris, in Bunbury, on February 7 and, alarmingly, was loaded. Detectives charged the male…

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WA residents warned to expect severe weather with the chance ex-cyclone Lincoln could redevelop as it moves through state

WA residents warned to expect severe weather with the chance ex-cyclone Lincoln could redevelop as it moves through state

A massive storm that lashed the Top End with heavy rain could gather strength and redevelop into a tropical cyclone in WA. The weather system, which was formerly Tropical Cyclone Lincoln, crossed into Western Australia near Halls Creek late on Monday and was tracking toward the coast. It’s expected to move west-northwest through the Kimberley,…

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Two girls, 7, dead after crash in Carrabin, WA

Two girls, 7, dead after crash in Carrabin, WA

Two seven-year-old girls have been killed after the car they were in struck a tree in rural Western Australia. The children died on Sunday morning at the crash scene in Carrabin, about halfway between Perth and Kalgoorlie. The driver, a 31-year-old woman, was taken by St John paramedics to Merredin Hospital. Stream your local 7NEWS…

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Bureau of Meteorology warns of heavy rain and flooding in Queensland and Western Australia

Bureau of Meteorology warns of heavy rain and flooding in Queensland and Western Australia

Parts of Queensland remain at risk of flooding as ex-cyclone Kirrily moves across the state’s northern interior, the Bureau of Meteorology has warned. Heavy rain fell overnight Saturday-Sunday in the Lockyer Valley west of Brisbane, the Central Highlands and northwest Queensland, with the bureau issuing flood warnings for numerous rivers. “Through the rest of this…

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Man found dead at Fremantle home

Man found dead at Fremantle home

A man has been charged with murder after a body was found south of Perth. Police were called to a residence in Fremantle about 6.10pm Tuesday and discovered the body of a 49-year-old man. Three hours later, a 53-year-old man, who is known to the victim, was arrested. Homicide Squad detectives have since the man…

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Kate Rasmussen used to be a police officer with the Queensland Police Service. She says she’s lost count of how many of her colleagues have contemplated suicide

Kate Rasmussen used to be a police officer with the Queensland Police Service. She says she’s lost count of how many of her colleagues have contemplated suicide

WARNING: Distressing content Kate Rasmussen is one of the lucky ones, who got out of the police force before her mental health became deadly. But she knows the dark side of the profession well, telling 7NEWS.com.au she has two friends who had to be resuscitated after attempting to take their own lives. Watch the latest…

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Australia's construction industry is experiencing an insolvency crisis. Here’s what to do if you suspect your builder is bankrupt

Australia’s construction industry is experiencing an insolvency crisis. Here’s what to do if you suspect your builder is bankrupt

The end of COVID-19 didn’t herald the end of issues plaguing the construction industry, including lengthy wait times to complete homes and residential builders going bust. Housing Industry Australia South Australian director Stephen Knight said the average time for a house to be finished is now about 14 months — still much longer than the…

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West Australian bushfire threat to remain across Christmas

West Australian bushfire threat to remain across Christmas

Firefighters are battling multiple blazes across southern Western Australia as authorities warn of more “difficult” days ahead. Seven emergency-level blazes have destroyed homes and torn through bushland, rural properties and suburbs in Perth’s fringes in the past three days. Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner Darren Klemm said strong, gusty winds had pushed the blazes to…

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Western Australia hit by major dust storm stretching 1800km into Central Australia and back to the Indian Ocean

Western Australia hit by major dust storm stretching 1800km into Central Australia and back to the Indian Ocean

Incredible photos have captured the moment a major dust storm rolled over parts of the country, stretching about 1800km. The long plume blasted Western Australia on Sunday afternoon, kicking up dust as it rolled through Central Australia and extended hundreds of kilometres into the Indian Ocean. Remnants of the storm remained on Monday, with dust…

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Climate activists scale 140-metre crane at Woodside headquarters in Perth

Climate activists scale 140-metre crane at Woodside headquarters in Perth

Activists have climbed a 140-metre crane next to Woodside Energy’s Perth headquarters, to decry the oil and gas producer as “Australia’s biggest climate threat”. Greenpeace says four climbers scaled the towering construction crane about 5.30am on Tuesday and unfurled a 25-metre banner reading “Stop Woodside”. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Four activists charged over Woodside protest…

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WA premier lashes Perth mayor as women's shelter closes

WA premier lashes Perth mayor as women’s shelter closes

A critical Perth women’s shelter has closed amid a high-profile and heated war of words between Western Australia’s premier and the city’s mayor. The political rivals are bickering over East Perth Safe Night Space, which provided inner-city emergency accommodation for more than two dozen women until Wednesday night. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Political war of…

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Green meteor lights up Perth, WA’s night sky

Green meteor lights up Perth, WA’s night sky

Western Australia’s night sky has been decorated in green as a meteor the size of a cricket ball flashed brightly across the state’s South West. The striking fireball and its 200-kilometre-long tail was spotted about 8.50pm on Wednesday after entering the atmosphere over Pemberton, 300km south of Perth. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: WA’s night sky…

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WA COVID surge prompts return of mask mandate

WA COVID surge prompts return of mask mandate

A surge in COVID-19 cases has prompted the West Australian government to reintroduce face mask rules at Perth public hospitals. Staff and patients will be ordered to wear surgical masks in high-risk clinical areas from Monday, Premier Roger Cook says. These include wards where vulnerable patients are being treated and intensive care, haematology, oncology, organ…

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The most dangerous streets in the country for magpie attacks revealed to be in Victoria, NSW, Queensland and ACT

The most dangerous streets in the country for magpie attacks revealed to be in Victoria, NSW, Queensland and ACT

Victoria has been crowned the state with the most Magpie swooping incidents for 2023, an honour normally awarded to Queensland. There have been 3030 swooping incidents registered with Magpie Alert so far this year. Of these, 394 resulted in injuries. In a new report, Magpie Alert revealed there were 798 incidents in Victoria, 714 incidents…

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Demand for share accommodation heats up in Sydney and Perth as cost-of-living pressures increase nationally

Demand for share accommodation heats up in Sydney and Perth as cost-of-living pressures increase nationally

Sharehouse listings and demand for share rooms has increased as Australians look for new ways to generate income and others seek cheaper housing options while faced with a cost of living and housing crisis. Share accommodation website, Flatmates.com.au, reported “unseasonable” website traffic in October among home hunters that the business usually experiences in December when…

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Guards watching movies when teen Cleveland Dodd self-harmed in Unit 18 at Casuarina Prison: Report

Guards watching movies when teen Cleveland Dodd self-harmed in Unit 18 at Casuarina Prison: Report

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this story contains images of people who have died Prison officers were watching movies and relaxing when an Indigenous teenager fatally self-harmed in youth detention. Officers discovered 16-year-old Cleveland Dodd unresponsive in a cell at the Unit 18 facility at Perth’s Casuarina Prison in the early…

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Airbnb owners in WA offered $10,000 to rent homes long-term

Airbnb owners in WA offered $10,000 to rent homes long-term

Airbnb owners and other short-term rental accommodation providers will be offered nation-leading incentives of $10,000 to make their properties available to long-term tenants in Western Australia. The scheme is part of a slew of changes introduced by the Labor government to boost housing supply and regulate the growing short-term rental market. Community groups say the…

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Gas scare forces evacuation at Ellenbrook Secondary College in Perth’s north

Gas scare forces evacuation at Ellenbrook Secondary College in Perth’s north

Four students are under arrest after a school in Perth’s northern suburbs was evacuated when a mysterious gas filled classrooms. Students and staff were cleared from their lessons at Ellenbrook Secondary College, in Ellenbrook, when the emergency unfolded just after 12.30pm on Thursday. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Students arrested after gas fills Ellenbrook Secondary College…

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Major Optus outage causes chaos across Australia

Major Optus outage causes chaos across Australia

UPDATE: Customers are reporting some services are coming back online. Read more here. EARLIER: A huge Optus outage is currently affecting Australians across the country, with the telecommunications blackout causing major delays for commuters and impacting health services. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Optus outage reported across Australia. Watch the latest News on Channel 7 or…

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Cleo Smith rescuer Cameron Blaine leaked sensitive information during relationship with young journalist: CCC

Cleo Smith rescuer Cameron Blaine leaked sensitive information during relationship with young journalist: CCC

One of the detectives who rescued kidnapped girl Cleo Smith leaked sensitive information about the case to a young journalist he was in a relationship with, a corruption watchdog has found. Former detective senior sergeant Cameron Blaine was among the officers who found the four-year-old at abductor Terence Kelly’s home in northern WA on November…

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Tactical Response Group called in to track down possible gunman after disturbance in Perth’s northern suburbs

Tactical Response Group called in to track down possible gunman after disturbance in Perth’s northern suburbs

Police have publicly identified the person they are searching for over alarming reports of a suspected gunman in Perth’s northern suburbs. Blake Unkovich was last seen in Aveley on Wednesday, having been given a lift there by workers from a building site in The Vines, near Ellenbrook. Authorities believe the 28-year-old may be armed with…

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Financial fears behind decision to reject registration renewal of Perth’s Intellibuild Construction

Financial fears behind decision to reject registration renewal of Perth’s Intellibuild Construction

Another WA construction firm could be set for the scrapheap after its building contractor registration renewal was knocked back on financial grounds. It was revealed on Monday that the Building Services Board would not be issuing Boston Keys with an extension to its registration, effectively pumping the brakes on all of its services. The board’s…

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Teen fighting for life following Perth stabbing

Teen fighting for life following Perth stabbing

A WA teenager is in a critical condition following a stabbing in Scarborough, northwest of Perth. The 15-year-old was allegedly injured in a brawl with about 15 people, where one person was allegedly carrying a knife. It has been reported by the West Australian that the alleged attack occurred at The Esplanade about 3.50pm. Watch…

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Pokemon toys believed to be inauthentic rip-offs seized before they could be sold at Perth Royal Show: ABF

Pokemon toys believed to be inauthentic rip-offs seized before they could be sold at Perth Royal Show: ABF

Close to 1500 toys allegedly destined for stalls at Perth’s Royal Show have been seized by Australian Border Force officers over concerns they could be counterfeit knock-offs. Among the huge haul by ABF officers at Perth International Airport were hundreds of stuffed Pokemon toys, pencil cases, key rings and hair clips that authorities believe may…

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Abortion decriminalised in WA amid sweeping reforms

Abortion decriminalised in WA amid sweeping reforms

Abortion has been removed from Western Australia’s criminal code and access will be easier for women, in sweeping reforms passed by the state parliament. The amended laws to address inequity bring WA into line with other jurisdictions and remove unnecessary clinical barriers that were driving some women to seek treatment interstate. Premier Roger Cook said…

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Police officer pulls gun on dogs attacking owner

Police officer pulls gun on dogs attacking owner

A Perth woman has been hospitalised with serious injuries after her two rottweilers attacked her. Police were called to the 31-year-old woman’s home at Success in Perth’s south about 4.30pm on Saturday. An officer used their gun to stop the attack given the dogs were “extremely aggressive” and the woman’s life was in danger, the…

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Jack’s Bakery in Mandurah, West Australia wins best sausage roll at the Official Great Aussie Pie Competition

Jack’s Bakery in Mandurah, West Australia wins best sausage roll at the Official Great Aussie Pie Competition

A West Australian bakery has won the coveted award for Australia’s best sausage roll at the Official Great Aussie Pie Competition on Thursday. Jack’s Bakery, located in the coastal suburb Halls Head, Mandurah has been operating for nearly 20 years. Owner Vladas Kaskonas said, while the bakery has won awards for its sausage rolls before,…

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Coles to introduce body-worn cameras at 30 stores

Coles to introduce body-worn cameras at 30 stores

An Australian supermarket giant will arm workers with new devices to combat the increasing number of threats against staff and a shoplifting scourge that costs the industry $9 billion annually. Coles will roll out body-worn cameras across 30 high-risk stores in South Australia, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia. You may have already noticed them, with…

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Home builder BGC facing class action over delays

Home builder BGC facing class action over delays

West Australia’s biggest home builder is facing legal action over delays and alleged contract breaches, as lawyers for disgruntled customers secure litigation funding. Morgan Alteruthemeyer Legal Group estimates up to 5000 homeowners could join the proposed class action seeking compensation from BGC Housing Group for the losses they incurred. Lawyer Spencer Lieberfreund said securing funding…

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Perth Airport evacuated when fire alarms triggered

Perth Airport evacuated when fire alarms triggered

Perth Airport was evacuated when multiple fire alarms went off in the early hours of Thursday morning. A technical malfunction activated the alarms, which sparked an emergency response at 4.05am. Passengers and staff were evacuated from Terminal One as Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) attended and determined the terminal was safe after failing to detect…

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Childcare service’s record fine after toddler almost dies in skipping rope incident at Perth’s The Learning Sanctuary Kings Square

Childcare service’s record fine after toddler almost dies in skipping rope incident at Perth’s The Learning Sanctuary Kings Square

A Perth toddler required life-saving CPR when they were discovered unconscious with a skipping rope around their neck at a childcare centre in the CBD. The three-year-old was resuscitated and has physically recovered from the experience, but authorities have come down hard on G8 Education, trading as The Learning Sanctuary Kings Square, by dishing out…

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Perth Airport evacuated over smoke emergency

Perth Airport evacuated over smoke emergency

Passengers are being let back into Perth Airport after an emergency prompted the evacuation of the busy complex Thursday afternoon. Passengers were forced from international terminal, T1, about 3.55pm when smoke was detected. A spokesperson for the airport said the source of the issue was a refrigeration unit at a retail outlet. Watch the latest…

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