MEGA GALLERY: WA news in pictures | August 15, 2014 A train derailment on August 11, half a kilometre from the CBH Dalwallinu site. Photo by Albert Sluik.
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Madeleine and Gabrielle McFerran with an artwork in the gardens. Photo: Charli Newton/Mandurah Mail.

Dudley Park was in lockdown after an armed man refused to surrender to police. Photo: Kate Hedley/Mandurah Mail.

Dudley Park was in lockdown after an armed man refused to surrender to police. Photo: Kate Hedley/Mandurah Mail.

Dudley Park was in lockdown after an armed man refused to surrender to police. Photo: Kate Hedley/Mandurah Mail.

Dudley Park was in lockdown after an armed man refused to surrender to police. Photo: Kate Hedley/Mandurah Mail.

Dudley Park was in lockdown after an armed man refused to surrender to police. Photo: Kate Hedley/Mandurah Mail.

Pinjarra’s Tom Harper goes in hard in his side’s win over Halls Head in the PFL. Photo: Catherine Botman/Mandurah Mail.

Frederick Irwin Anglican School students will perform at the Perth Concert Hall on Friday. Photo: Brianna Johnson/Mandurah Mail.

Mandurah mother Margaret Dodd with the plaque for her daughter Hayley at the Mandurah Missing Person’s Memorial. Photo: Brianna Johnson/Mandurah Mail.

Assumption Catholic Primary School year six students with their cow, Barbie Q. Photo: Brianna Johnson/Mandurah Mail.

A truck driver was lucky to escape injury when his semi-trailer rolled near Pinjarra on Tuesday afternoon. Photo: Kate Hedley/Mandurah Mail.

Local stonemason Nick Lukacs travels to Christmas Island to restore an important part of Australian history. Photo: Amy Martin/Mandurah Mail.

Steve McManus is offering suspended coffees from his Smart Street Mall café. Photo: Kate Hedley/Mandurah Mail.

A Mandurah man has spoken out after being bashed by a group of “cowards”. Photo: Kate Hedley/Mandurah Mail.

Black Dog Ride WA state ride coordinator and prominent Busselton resident Les James passed away during a leg of the ride on Monday. Pictured with Fennessy’s of Busselton general manager Steve Wilks ahead of the ride accepting the donated support vehicle. Photo: Busselton-Dunsborough Mail.

Busselton resident Tori Dugan will be heading to Canada to take on a four-year basketball scholarship. Photo: Busselton-Dunsborough Mail.

The Legacy on Geographe received a much needed shed from Bunnings in Busselton. Photo: Busselton-Dunsborough Mail.

Busselton Toyota held a special awards night. Pictured Jacob Wright, Angus Holloway, Lauren Clohessy, Brad Bornatici and Brod Doust. Photo: Busselton-Dunsborough Mail.

Bus driver Jason Colbung, Carole Llewellyn, Nigel Inglis, Nyssa Bader, Colin McIntosh, Kuranda Cooney, Tania Lucas, Ian McClure and Paul Buswell. MAX Employment were recognised for their innovative approach to regional servicing, which includes an outreach program covering 1100 kilometres a fortnight, engaging work experience activities and the launch of a bus which transports job seekers to work experience activities. Photo: Timothy Williams/Avon Valley Advocate.

Mandurah basketballer Chad Simpson is one step closer of achieving his dream of playing professional basketball after he flew-out to the USA. Photo: Andrew King/Mandurah Mail.

Rail safety ambassador Jonathan Beninca, left, with train driver John Higgins at Clontarf Northam on Wednesday discussing the importance of railway safety. Photo: Timothy Williams/Avon Valley Advocate.

Childside Family Learning Association students Aaron Ternent, Jessica Lawler, Caitlin Ternent, Bryce Lanigan and Zackary McDonald with calves Amigo and Gemini. The students excelled in the recent Cows Create Careers program awards. Photo: Donnybrook-Bridgetown Mail.

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