Perth’s horror season continues to wreak havoc with another 7 deaths in the past week, taking the death toll to 48.
After more than 17,000 confirmed cases of influenza in WA this year, we’re again being encouraged to take more care about spreading the bug.
The Health Department says it’s important for children to stay away from school and for adults to stay home as much as possible if suffering from flu-like symptoms.
SIGLEY REJECTS NORTH KOREA SPY ACCUSATION
Alek Sigley has released a statement almost a week after he was freed from detention in North Korea.
The 29-year-old Perth man says he’s still interested in the country but admits he may never visit Pyongyang again.
The student who was living and working over there also insists he’s not a spy and any info he shared with foreign media is available on his public blog.
KOONDOOLA UNIT UP IN FLAMES
Fire investigators will head to the scene of blaze in Koondoola on Wednesday morning.
Emergency crews were called to Norrie Court in the early hours, finding a unit engulfed in flames.
They contained it before it spread, fortunately no one was inside at the time.