Is the multi-billion dollar submarine maintenance deal the Federal election sweetener — or does Prime Minister Scott Morrison reckon he’s already done enough to hold his ground in Western Australia?
Rock Machine was a gang born in blood. Now, following a hiatus from WA’s violent bikie battles, it has shown it is still capable of indiscriminate violence on Perth’s streets.
Publicly listed property investment company Primewest has been drawn into a poisonous legal case between the Catholic Church and a popular priest accused of stealing from his parish.
The respected McCusker family had a very rare insight into the Queen and the Duke’s lives when they visited WA for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 10 years ago.
Scammers are targeting desperate families, leaving them thousands of dollars out of pocket, with fake rental scams as the State battles one of its worst-ever housing crises.
The City of Perth splashed $100,000 on a pop-up arcade and “pop culture hub” that attracted just 6000 people to the CBD across three days over the Easter weekend.
Women who claim they were harshly sacked after speaking out on the ‘toxic workplace culture’ inside WA Labor electorate offices are uniting to force change and accountability.
The first visit by the Duke of Edinburgh to Perth was in 1954, when the handsome young man and the newly-crowned Queen captivated a population eager to catch just a fleeting glance.
Rank and file Liberals have been asked to volunteer their time ‘working with and for MPs’ as part of efforts to rebuild, while the State President has denied the party is broke.
Premier Mark McGowan has backed the performance of Roger Cook while fronting media for the first time since seven-year-old Aishwarya Aswath’s shock death at Perth Children’s Hospital on Saturday.
Nearly 400 West Australians had their vaccinations cancelled today as health authorities scramble to ‘refocus’ WA’s rollout following advice cautioning against giving the AstraZeneca jab to under 50s.
A collision involving at least six cars is causing major delays on the Kwinana Freeway this afternoon.
Police have been called in to investigate the death of a resident at the trouble-plagued Regis Aged Care home in Nedlands.
A man who killed an innocent victim with a ‘vicious’ and unprovoked coward’s punch outside a South Perth apartment block has been jailed for 10 years over the ‘senseless’ act of violence.
A whistleblower claims junior surgeons at Perth Children’s Hospital are being forced to carry out operations overnight — unsupervised and after working long hours — in an attempt to free up beds.
A former Australian Federal Police and Customs officer who carried out two terrifying sex attacks in West Perth in 2012 has been granted parole.
Golovin House — which has recently gone up for sale — is an example of how Perth’s most revered architect, the late Iwan Iwanoff, was well ahead of his time. SEE INSIDE.
A Toyota Hilux has been left a crumpled heap after colliding with a truck on Kwinana Freeway causing traffic chaos.
Trigg is about to lose its most popular venue — Yelo cafe — but is it also set to lose its high-profile owner Mike Pond, who has sold his nearby family home?
The WA cricket star’s forthright revelations have shone a light on what is often a hidden struggle and that we must always be awake to signs that someone may not be OK.
Generous West Australians are raising funds for the heartbroken family of Aishwarya Aswath, who died after a two-hour wait in the Emergency Department at Perth Children’s Hospital.
Health Minister Roger Cook has been blasted for his optimism in WA’s public health system in the midst of an investigation into the death of seven-year-old girl at Perth Children’s Hospital.
The WA cricket star revealed ‘things just started to slip and I didn’t feel like myself’ after coming home from a whirlwind Ashes debut in 2013 that catapulted him to instant fame as a teenager.
WA Police have released CCTV vision of an attempted parkour move that damaged a building in Perth's south-east.
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