A sadistic beating by a group of kids left an innocent bunny rabbit bleeding from its eyes, in what animal welfare advocates describe as “one of the worst” attacks on an animal they’ve seen.
Jack Burgess celebrated his 15th birthday last month at Murrayfield Airport and completed his first flight without an instructor.
Local “crime watch” and “news” Facebook pages are using their platforms to spread dangerous conspiracy theories.
A former semi-professional boxer known as ‘2 Gunz’ is accused of chasing a heavily pregnant woman — who police say he was stalking — with a crowbar before smashing it into her housemate’s face.
Seven West Media and Facebook have signed a landmark deal to ensure the social media giant pays for use of the company’s original news content.
The Rotary Beachside Festival at Safety Bay is back after it was brought to a screeching halt last year due to COVID-19.
Outspoken councillor Matt Whitfield is out of the country and will resign as of March 31.
Educator Juliet Davis has been awarded the National Stand Out Educator Award for Sustainability at G8 Education’s annual awards.
A junior bike road-safety track to help children safely navigate road conditions and experience road-related traffic situations could soon become a reality in Kwinana.
Author Josh Langley will tonight share his afterlife investigations as part of Koorliny Arts Centre Kwinana’s Stories on Stage program.
Rockingham Regional Arts members will showcase their work at the Rockingham Art Centre with their “Great to be Small” exhibition starting on February 20.
Palm Beach Rotary Club members will build nesting boxes for use on Penguin Island, in the hope of boosting numbers and protecting the dwindling species.
The brave little girl had her first open heart surgery at just 10 days old.
The future of Point Peron is in limbo, with the State Government remaining silent on its plans for the area.
Australian folk-rock band The Waifs play at MPAC on Tuesday, March 2.
A Baldivis man has shared his experience of going through cancer treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cockroaches, food contamination and taped-over holes in the walls were just three reasons a Rockingham restaurant owner was fined.
Rockingham artist Tich Dixon was crowned ‘best in show’.
The Rockingham and Kwinana communities are doing their parts to support local businesses.
Holly Thompson & Jake Dietsch
The Rockingham and Kwinana communities have been doing their part to help stop COVID-19 in its tracks.
Jake Dietsch, Chloe Fraser & Holly Thompson
Reports of marine life being hacked to pieces and left along Rockingham’s coastline has shocked local residents, with dead or injured animals found just metres from popular swimming spots.
Holly Thompson & Chloe Fraser
Construction of the $47.6 million project has begun, set to become a main piece of sporting infrastructure in Perth’s southern suburbs.
She is tasked with saving lives but a nurse nearly killed herself and others — including a mother about to pick up her kids from school — when she caused a three-car pile-up while drunk and stoned.
Gnomes have been rehomed after a longtime volunteer wrote to Mark McGowan.
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