Local lifestyle village residents have proved that age is just a number by getting their kit off and raising $11,000 for Breast Cancer Network Australia.
Group Rockingham Penguins, aimed at building community connections and improving mental health, meets at the foreshore every morning at sunrise for an early morning dip.
As soon as our headlines reported a cyclist had been injured, people in the comments of our Facebook page began openly mocking the tragedy.
Cr Carol Adams has announced this year will be the last time she runs for local government, with several projects in the pipeline she still wants to be involved in before retiring from the role.
A local community centre has unveiled their new Garden of Hope, aiming to help anyone in a dark place find a bit of positivity.
Two targeted COVID-19 vaccination events in Kwinana over the next few days are aimed at making it easier for Aboriginal people in the area to get the jab.
Local group Coastal District Care has assisted students from 20 primary schools to take part in activities such as sports lessons, camps and excursions.
The finalists for the 2021 WA Education Awards have been announced and three local teaching superstars have made it onto the list.
A young man who was last year fighting for his life after a ‘hit-and-run’ is now in jail after breaching his curfew to “drink with some friends”.
The opinions of the 10 people running for one of four positions as councillor in the Rockingham/ Safety Bay ward.
Baldivis resident Hayley Topham, 15, is among four young heroes using their artistic talents to support WA’s sick kids.
Kohen Cripps was diagnosed with Wiedemann-Steiner syndrome; one of just 10 people diagnosed across Australia, one of about 1000 worldwide and the only so far in WA.
Border closures have led to a worker shortfall, leaving many desperate businesses in WA worrying about how they will fill the gaps.
Not content with suing the State of WA in an attempt to extract $30bn dollars, now the billionaire mining magnate has upped the stakes even further - taking on the entire nation.
A total of 46 gangs, including two street gangs, are being targeted as part of the State Government’s new proposed anti-bikie laws.
A local helicopter company has joined the massive search for Cleo Smith, who vanished from her family’s tent at a popular camp site north of Carnarvon on Saturday morning.
Sarah Steger and Phil Hickey
Police are going ‘full tilt’ in their search for missing four-year-old Cleo Smith and ‘no expense is being spared’ in the investigation to find her.
Homicide squad detectives have joined the desperate search for Cleo Smith as police revealed her sleeping bag is also missing and they are ‘not ruling anything out’ — including a possible abduction.
A 56-year-old Australind man has fronted court accused of uploading toddlers and young children being molested on social media.
WA Police have charged a woman with criminal damage by fire after a blaze ripped through a Laverton home causing an estimated $150,000 in damages.
Mr Middleton, who was catapulted into the role following Lynne Craigie’s resignation this year, retained attracted the second highest vote count behind long-serving councillor Anita Grace.
Our thoughts — and no doubt those of everyone in WA — are with Cleo and her family as we all desperately hope for a positive conclusion.
A report compiled by WA Police to justify tough new anti-bikie laws has detailed serious crimes over the past year that allegedly involved outlaw motorcycle gangs.
WA’s peak body for the resources sector will today voice support for strict daily alcoholic drink limits as part of sweeping recommendations to be presented at a landmark parliamentary inquiry.
Western Australia has enough emergency ventilators to deal with a COVID-19 outbreak, health authorities have insisted — if the state’s vaccination rates pick up.
Westpac Bank has forecast another year of rising property prices in Perth but has called an end to the market’s runaway growth, with a predicted small price fall in 2023.
This elevator music we’ve all been listening to for more than a year now is clearly sending us round the twist when we really should be preparing to go around the world.
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