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Today Tonight is a locally produced current affairs and community interest program tailored for Western Australian viewers. Background detailed information for stories that have gone to air can be obtained by clicking on the latest stories shown:

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5 October 2015

Today Tonight-Cell Treatment

The cell treatment changing the lives of those living with Glioblastoma.

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1 October 2015

Today Tonight-Heritage Fight

A battle is being fought - between an elite girls school, and a group of angry locals who aim to maintain the area's heritage.

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24 September 2015

Today Tonight-Kids can't talk

Most parents have fought the battle to get their kids off the computer, but adults may need to lead by example.

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24 September 2015

Today Tonight-Margaret River wildflowers

Spring is the perfect season for wildflowers and our southwest is bursting with colour.

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22 September 2015

Today Tonight-Heart Kids

Royal Perth Hospital's Professor Gerald Watts believes there is about 80 thousand people in Australia with the condition, with the possibility of 80 percent of them not knowing they have it.

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18 September 2015

Today Tonight-Creature Compost

With fifteen hundred animals at Perth Zoo, it's no surprise there's a lot of manure - Add 600 kilos of green waste per day from the gardens - and the zoo has a lot to get rid of.

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18 September 2015

Today Tonight-Chloe's Courage

The little Perth girl - displaying incredible courage.

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17 September 2015

Today Tonight-Rent Your Space

Paying the mortgage can be one of the most expensive monthly bills - so why not make your house pay its keep?

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17 September 2015

Today Tonight-Bluestone

For SA pensioners Norm and Barbara Menz, their $34k reverse mortgage somehow turned into a $107k debt nightmare.

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