A thunderstorm lashed WA’s South West this evening with more than 40mm of rain recorded near Margaret River.
Australia’s national carrier has trimmed prices to regional destinations by up to 45 per cent in a massive boost to tourism operators clamouring for visitors at the best time of year.
Defence Minister Linda Reynolds has singled out WA as crucial to Australia’s national security in a post-COVID global society, saying the world we knew before is ‘not coming back’.
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Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventures will reboot its operations after a three-month COVID-19 shutdown amid the death of its founder and former owner who was killed in a company helicopter on Saturday.
A young father is in a critical condition after being struck with a brick while trying to stop a man he thought was stealing a motorbike.
The Robinson R44 helicopter, the model which was involved in this weekend’s horrific accident in Broome, was implicated in three other WA crashes, two fatal, since 2008.
A much-loved father-of-one is tonight still fighting for life in hospital as the man accused of punching him during a brawl outside a Northbridge fast food outlet fronted court over the bloody brawl.
A 66-year-old motorcycle rider is dead after crashing his bike into a tree in the State’s South West.
A Western Suburbs mayor has been ordered to apologise over comments she made about a former employee two years ago, after a standards panel found they caused damage to his reputation.
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A Perth man who allegedly punched a Northbridge nightclub manager outside a late night fast food venue has appeared in court after he was charged with grievous bodily harm over the assault.
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West Coast premiership player and sports commentator Karl Langdon has paid tribute to the Broome pilot killed in Saturday’s horror crash, revealing the friends had flown together this week.
WA’s active COVID-19 cases has increased to nine with six new cases reported overnight from hotel quarantine.
UPDATE: A search for a missing women has ended well, with authorities revealing she’s been found alive and well.
The growing COVID-19 caseload in Victoria has not dissuaded Finance Minister Mathias Cormann from the stance that WA should open up to the rest of the country.
Perth is under a thunderstorm threat as the weather bureau warns WA’s South West Capes region will be battered by substantial rain and potential flash floods.
The pilot who died after a tragic helicopter crash in the State’s North yesterday has been revealed as a beloved Broome business identity.
A Girrawheen man has been charged with grievous bodily harm after a violent brawl early Saturday morning left the manager of a popular Northbridge nightclub fighting for his life.
When Ric Hinch gave evidence to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, his wife of more than 40 years had no idea what had happened to him when he was a boy.
The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has hit WA households hard, with 150,000 unable to pay water and electricity bills in the last three months as unemployment shot up to 8.1 per cent.
WA woman Natalie and husband Kahn struggled with infertility for years and wondered if they would ever realise their parenthood dream. But any day now they will meet their four miracle babies.
West Australians quarantined in hotels after returning from overseas will now be tested at day two as well as day 12 following a review of procedures after a spike in coronavirus cases in Victoria.
It’s an old story. Plans for a skate park that will give young people a place to meet and play are mired in community fears about safety and graffiti. But experts say there’s nothing to worry about.
Chief steward Barbara Scott said an inquiry had been opened into Warwick’s Pinjarra tactics. The probe was adjourned to a time and date to be fixed.
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