The last hurdle has been cleared for the City of Rockingham’s Reconciliation Action Plan after Reconciliation Australia formally endorsed it.
The Flames men claimed victory over the Cougars, while the women had a narrow loss.
Roadworks on a crash-prone roundabout in Baldivis will start next month.
Baldivis MLA and newly appointed Emergency Services Minister Reece Whitby has praised local volunteers who have taken up the call to duty in aid of those devastated by cyclone Seroja.
A group of boys have been identified after throwing chairs at windows, taunting young female employees and more at Rockingham’s Tutti Frutti store.
For the second year in a row there will be no large-scale Anzac Day dawn services in the Rockingham area.
Peggy Harvey received the phone from the Rocky Bay Wishing Tree after the wish was submitted by her team leader.
Hundreds of parents are demanding a second public high school to be built in Kwinana’s growing outer suburbs.
A structure made out of shipping containers has Medina residents up in arms, but the owner insists the “sustainable” building will be his retirement home.
Comet Bay Primary students have met the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter crew.
Calendar Girls the first production for Rockingham Theatre since COVID hit.
The recent demise of the Liberals got Peter Fiorenza thinking of the time in university while researching the party he took a gamble — and it paid off.
West Coast star Willie Rioli’s AFL career is hanging by a thread with the Eagles’ board set to decide if whether he remains with them after his court appearance on drug possession charges in Darwin.
A bikie war could be set to explode in Perth, with police claiming a kill order has been authorised by Mongols bikies against members of a rival gang.
WA’s rent crisis is now so bad that some singles are applying to sleep in tiny buildings intended as short-term housing for homeless and vulnerable people — just so they have a roof over their head.
A group of South West people has joined the fight for a drug which extends the lives of people living with cystic fibrosis to be added to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.
A man has been jailed for two years and nine months after threatening to “put f...ing holes” in a man and stealing his phone in a “terrifying” attack on the Geraldton foreshore.
“When he spoke, he taught other people as he went along, and he always had other people’s heart in his mind.”
A former WA Scientist of the Year has slammed the McGowan Government after a prescribed burn in the South West decimated one of only two habitats for wild numbats in the State.
Michael Robert Carroll was set to face a five-day trial in front of a jury this week but told his lawyer Paul Catalano he wanted to plead guilty.
A young girl was hospitalised with a back injury after falling off a camel which was spooked by an unleashed dog during a popular Broome sunset tour.
The sweetener was due to be phased out on June 30 but will be retained at a cost of $7.8 billion ahead of next year’s Federal election.
Danielle Le Messurier
With this year’s Budget, Scott Morrison and Josh Frydenberg have drawn a line in the sand with their own hardline approaches and shown that it does in fact pay to shut up and listen.
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
The Federal Budget is an ‘endorsement of Western Australia,’ Premier Mark McGowan has claimed, after Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg revealed a budget balance sheet underpinned by iron ore revenue.
Relief is on the way for migraine sufferers, with the expensive drug Emgality to be listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme from June 1.
Ben Harvey cuts through the political jargon of Josh Frydenberg’s Federal Budget speech to get to the bottom of what he really means. READ BEN HARVEY’S HILARIOUS COLUMN
The extra funding comes after backlash of the Morrison Government over its treatment of women within its own party and scrutiny over the lack of funds allocated in 2020.
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