Police are investigating a shocking assault in Perth’s south last week that resulted in the victim being hospitalised.
Homegrown talent Alex Masibaka has finally had his chance to play rugby union on the national stage after making his debut with the Western Force.
Kwinana councillor and proud Noongar man Barry Winmar has sparked a massive donation to The Smith Family in recognition of his cultural contribution to council events.
Part of Medina’s Harry McGuigan Park is set to be renamed in recognition of its cultural and historical significance to Kwinana’s Aboriginal families.
Local Kwinana young people have let their creativity shine through with the latest beautification project at Orelia Primary School.
Shoalwater’s new Mersey Point granite seawall has come together after the final 100m of the old seawall was recently removed and replaced.
In welcome news for pedestrians and cyclists, the City of Rockingham has obtained a $325,000 grant to put towards stage one of a shared path along Rae Road.
A program that encourages young people to read to furry, four-legged audience members has received a welcome funding boost from the City of Kwinana.
Harcourts Rockingham staff will be walking from Mandurah to Rockingham to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis research.
Residents in a Perth suburb have been given notice to remove rose bushes from verges, after they were ruled a public safety hazard, following a complaint from a member of the public.
More than half a million eligible Aussies have already cast their vote ahead of the Federal election on May 21 since pre-polling opened on Monday.
A Cooloongup man has admitted in court to a violent assault on his 69-year-old mother last year.
Simmering tensions between rival bikies is being probed by gang crime squad detectives as a possible motive behind an attempted home invasion near the Perth Hills on Tuesday night.
Vaccinated travellers to Indonesia - including WA’s favourite overseas holiday destination Bali - will no longer be required to present a negative COVID-19 test upon entering the country.
WA’s biggest disability service provider is closing large-scale industrial work sites it has run for 70 years, likely leaving hundreds without employment along with support staff.
Rebecca Le May
After a redistribution last year, 57 local governments now fall within O’Connor, a 1.1 million sqkm electorate spanning the South West, Great Southern, Wheatbelt and Goldfields.
A 24-year-old Australind man awaiting sentencing for a number of family violence offences, including choking his then-partner on two occasions on the same day, has been refused bail.
An Australind man who was isolating at home after testing positive for COVID-19 has been accused of assaulting and strangling his partner in front of young children.
The company behind Tesla’s big battery in South Australia has revealed it is in the initial concept stages of plans to make Collie the location of an even bigger battery.
It’s been a big week for rugby in Geraldton, with Rugby WA and the Classic Wallabies putting on skills sessions at primary schools and high schools around town as they promote the game in the Mid West.
The daughter of a Geraldton woman who died while waiting for an ambulance has declared ‘action needs to be taken immediately’ as pressure grows on St John WA chief executive Michelle Fyfe.
Labor is on track to pick up the must-win WA seat of Pearce, a poll commissioned by the Opposition has revealed.
For WA employers, having the nation’s tightest jobs market is creating a hiring headache, with some roles staying vacant for months and companies deciding against taking on new projects.
Rebecca Le May and Cheyanne Enciso
Greg Southee has taken a step up the ladder in the property world, just as he has in the business world.
WA has said goodbye — or at least see you later — to one of the greatest Australian sportsmen of our time.
A Perth man and woman have been charged over trafficking significant amounts of drugs and more than $100,000 in cash, alleged to be linked with an illegal drug operation involving former AFL player Sam Fisher.
The head of WA’s biggest teacher training institution has resigned after academics accused senior leaders of pressuring them to change grades so that failing students would pass.
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