A poo jogger’s disgusting behaviour has been condemned by residents in Perth’s inner suburbs after the woman was caught defecating in a Leederville resident’s driveway.
Two bouncers have been filmed punching and shoving a nightclub patron after an aggressive outburst in Perth’s northern suburbs.
A 40-year-old man from Orelia has been arrested and charged following a dramatic yet short-lived police chase, which became only more bizarre after its crashing end.
Whoever is the next Lord Mayor must quickly temper expectations about what can be achieved.
Ben HarveyChief Reporter
The 12-year-old girl who captured the hearts and minds of West Australians in her battle with brain cancer has undergone more surgery by acclaimed neurosurgeon Dr Charlie Teo.
The Perth-raised comedy star says his parents have been pillars of strength for the tight-knit family since a shock diagnosis.
The investigation into two former Penrhos College teachers accused of sexually assaulting their teenage students has widened even further, with one of the pair hit with fresh charges.
Sarah Brookes & Bethany Hiatt
A series of previously private documents from the hunt for the Claremont killer can be revealed for the first time after they were leaked to The West Australian during WA’s trial of the century.
The design of the upcoming The Grove Residences in Claremont — set to house WA’s most expensive penthouse — has been more than 20 years in the making.
A group of Year 6 students stumbled across vision of naked men engaging in sex acts at the Art Gallery of WA with only a small sign warning of the “sexual content” in the video on display.
Bachelor star Nikki Gogan is urging West Australians to get creative in the absence of overseas holidaying.
WA’s Corruption and Crime Commission has failed to use its full powers to stamp out systemic police misconduct, while choosing which excessive force allegations it prioritises, a probe has found.
Leading barrister Tom Percy QC says Justice Stephen Hall could have found Bradley Robert Edwards guilty of Sarah Spiers’ murder. Listen to the latest episode here.
WA Police Minister Michelle Roberts has revealed the staggering expense of the 20-year hunt for Claremont killer Bradley Robert Edwards.
Caitlyn Rintoul & Jenna Clarke
Four years after police stormed Bradley Robert Edwards’ home, the house still sits empty — its boarded-up doors hiding the dark secrets of the Claremont killer.
Bursts of sobbing and chuckling echoed through the Fremantle Cemetery’s West Chapel as Emiliano Lombardi, the victim of a savage bashing that shocked Perth, was remembered and laid to rest.
The WA police commissioner has played down rumours that the State’s hard border could be open within four weeks — but left the door open to a ‘review’ of current arrangements.
A bar owner from Bunbury will face off against a former Barnett Government Minister in the race to replace Mathias Cormann in the Senate.
A man in his 60s is on his way to Perth with serious leg injuries after a collision with a car near Busselton.
For the many people who had waited so long for justice in the case of the Claremont serial killer, this was a day of solemnity — not celebration
The West Live: WA Police Minister Michelle Roberts weighs in on Claremont verdict and highlight what resources will be put to the Sarah Spiers investigation. LISTEN LIVE AT 8.45AM.
One of WA’s best criminal lawyers, Tom Percy QC, discusses the three crucial moments in the Claremont trial that led to the conviction of Bradley Robert Edwards for two murders.
Detectives currently not involved in the Macro investigation were advised not to attend court on Thursday through a directive issued by the State’s top cop Chris Dawson.
An ad for a listed property that boasts “the best of the best” appliances from V-Zug, Gaggenau, Miele, Sub-Zero and Zip can only belong to one man — Rick Hart.
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