Committee succeeds in bid to expand festival commemorating Irish escape from Fremantle Prison via Rockingham on the Catalpa.
Crafts, a therapy dog hangout and silent disco are among a variety of free activities hosted by the City of Rockingham to celebrate International Day of People with Disability.
A Rockingham historian’s push to protect a dilapidated hotel from being demolished has been rejected by WA’s Heritage Council.
Last week’s sweltering heatwave isn’t expected to ruin Christmas for families planning to take home and decorate a ‘real’ Christmas tree this weekend.
Students from Baldivis junior and senior schools have banded together to cook up a storm for people experiencing financial hardship.
Dredging at Rockingham’s popular Bent Street navigation channel and the Tern Bank sandbar are scheduled for completion this month.
A local woman who escaped three abusive relationships shares her story of survival to help raise awareness for this year's 16 Days in WA campaign.
The Baldivis and Districts Men’s Shed’s future remains in limbo, as their search for a permanent new home continues.
Families are set to benefit from the opening of a new childcare centre in Wellard.
Kwinana councillors are set to decide whether to support a daycare centre planned for a growing Anketell suburb, with city officers concerned it is too close to a major transport route.
First Nations students in Mandurah and Rockingham are set to shine brighter thanks to a mentoring program.
Under the Local Government Act, councils can sell ratepayers’ properties to collect outstanding rates — but one Peel area has taken advantage by attempting to sell 50 homes over the past five years.
A horrific road rage incident in Broome has left a grandmother and her two young grandchildren “traumatised” as the trio’s car was rammed multiple times and the grandmother was doused with vinegar cider.
Cain Andrews and Katya Minns
Violent crime in Broome seems out of place in a holiday haven supposed to be the diamond in WA’s tourism crown. So are the reports a true reflection of the Kimberley town? Caleb Runciman flew north to find out.
A Mirrabooka high school teacher will remain behind bars for at least a month after he was arrested on school grounds and accused of trying to “procure a person believed to be under 13 for sexual activity”.
West Coast’s new recruits - including No.1 pick Harley Reid - faced added pressure at training on Friday, with incoming chief executive Don Pyke and their families watching on from the sidelines.
A merger between oil and gas players Woodside Energy with Santos could create a mega-player with a market cap of up to $80b.
Matt Mckenzie, Simone Grogan, Adrian Rauso and Adrian Lowe
A Scarborough father has been left with more questions than answers after his four-year-old son’s leg was broken in an incident with a garbage truck.
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Police have confirmed a 22-year-old woman who went missing from a Connolly home has been located.
A Kambalda man who persistently assaulted and was violent towards his ex-partner during their decade-long relationship — and still blames her, even after being convicted — has been jailed for two years.
A Kalgoorlie-Boulder man spat at his ex-partner after throwing a packet of yogurt at her, which exploded on impact, while looking after their grandchildren.
Mining giant Northern Star Resources have welcomed a newly themed truck to their fleet, with the latest addition celebrating 50 years of environmental stewardship from Kalgoorlie-Boulder Urban Landcare Group.
Keen photographers rushed to grab their cameras on Friday night as the Aurora Australis lit up the Albany skies and dazzled the community.
A Kalgoorlie-Boulder man who entered a Perth home and woke a sleeping teenage boy by tapping his back was trying to escape being chased after being drunkenly kicked out of out a nearby party.
An Albany man has been released from prison on an intensive supervision order after he flung his partner around by her hair and swung a star picket at her.
The AI startup, which Musk announced in July, seeks to ‘understand the true nature of the universe’, according to its website.
Supply-chain dysfunction, rising interest rates and protectionism are making life tough.
Nearly 2500 fossil fuel lobbyists are estimated to have been granted access to the COP28 climate conference, according to an analysis from advocacy groups, reflecting a sharp increase from last year.
A fight over the future of fossil fuels has been thrust into the global spotlight at the COP28 climate summit.
PathWest Haematology developed a system to better monitor blood inventory and have been recognised for excellence in sustainability at the WA Health Excellence Awards.
Perth Lynx produced their lowest score since 2020 as their three-point shooting dried up and Melbourne Boomers extracted revenge for their loss on Sunday.
Two brothers — including an Australian Ninja Warrior star — have paid tribute to their ‘little bro’ after he tragically died in a snorkelling accident off the Albany coast.
One of the worst repeat criminals in WA history who had 200 convictions at 14 — and escaped from custody before raping a woman on his 21st birthday, could be free in weeks.
The family of a 16-year-old boy who was stabbed in the back at his northern suburbs high school have expressed their shock, saying ‘nobody expects to go to school and then something like this happens’.
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