ABC News - Western Australia Government 'transparent' over Perth Children's Hospital lead revelations 2017-04-25T04:15:47.000000Z The new West Australian Government has been "completely honest, open and transparent" about lead problems at the new Perth Children's Hospital, Premier Mark McGowan says. Wheat's genetic mapping a boost to international food security 2017-04-25T03:40:02.000000Z An international team of scientists has this week published the world's most comprehensive analysis of the wheat genome, bringing hopes of reaching a UN target to double crop yields by 2050. Waler owner wants more recognition for war horses 2017-04-25T00:14:25.000000Z A WA horse lover wants to see more recognition for animals that served behind the front line. Mustering fires up across the Kimberley 2017-04-24T23:23:47.000000Z Thousands of cattle are on the move in the Kimberley as stations launch into their mustering programs after a big wet season. Digger welcomes young people in Perth Anzac Day crowds 2017-04-24T22:11:14.000000Z As tens of thousands turn out for the Anzac Day dawn service and parade in Perth, 99-year-old World War II veteran John Wade says it is pleasing to see so many children in the crowd, commemorating the "history of Australia as Australia is today". Peter Eades' alpaca cemetery 2017-04-24T22:04:59.000000Z The death of Mr Eades's favourite alpaca, Claudia Wonninup, in 2002 was the catalyst for the unusual cemetery where more than 20 hand-painted wooden crosses mark other alpacas' final resting places. WA alpaca breeder honours pets in backyard cemetery 2017-04-24T22:04:59.000000Z An alpaca breeder in Albany, Western Australia, has such a strong bond with his animals, he immortalises them in an alpaca cemetery when they die. South West shrine serves as reminder of WWII 2017-04-24T19:42:41.000000Z A shrine to Italian WWII internees, which stood in an open paddock in WA's South West for 50 years, is added the State Register due to its historical importance. Former Perth student pleads not guilty in family axe murders 2017-04-24T19:06:39.000000Z A former Perth student accused of murdering three members of his family with an axe pleads not guilty, saying he fought with a laughing attacker during the killings at their upscale South African home. Mango growers in WA concerned about competition with Indian imports 2017-04-24T08:44:16.000000Z Mango growers in Western Australia are concerned imported mangoes from India will put pressure on their already struggling industry.