Collingwood superfan Jeffrey "Joffa" Corfe has denied that he's the person who allegedly sexually abused a teenage boy in Melbourne in 2005.
Lawyers for three men accused of the attempted murder of former NSW policeman Sid Morgan say there was no plan or agreement to kill him before he was shot.
Police say only a fraction of people attempting to cross the NSW border into Victoria have not been sticking to the permit rules.
Real Estate Institute of WA data shows the June quarter median house price for Geraldton was $322,000, a rise of 3.9 per cent from the March quarter.
Olympic diver Chantelle Newbery, who won gold in Athens in 2004, has been accused of stealing from a Brisbane supermarket while already facing other charges.
Australia's trade in shark fins is not widely known and it's anti-finning rules are lagging behind the US and Europe, a new report says.
The Crown Perth Royal Commission will see four-of-a-kind next week, when a quartet of the casino’s management — past and present — will be grilled on whether it should remain in Crown’s hands.
City of Greater Geraldton councillor Victor Tanti, who lives in a Point Moore cottage, said properties in the suburb were a great opportunity for a young family to have an affordable place to live.
Elise Van Aken
The Pacific island nation of The Federated States of Micronesia says everyone over 18 will have to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
The City of Greater Geraldton council approved new local group to use the former visitor’s centre at the old railway building on Marine Terrace to pilot music programs.
The legacy of the late Rosie Dark is set to reach State Parliament as her Katanning family continue to push for changes to WA’s newborn screening tests.
A Victorian woman has pleaded guilty to manslaughter after dousing her husband in fuel and setting him on fire after an argument.
Attracting seniors and women back into the workforce and poaching skilled migrants from other States will be among the ideas discussed to address critical skills shortages in WA.
Geraldton residents have demonstrated their superior recycling skills after the Wonthella container deposit scheme refund point was crowned the most successful outside of Perth.
Large rocks will soon line the seaward side of Sutherland Street in an effort to clamp down on illegal vehicle access through vegetation to the Spoilbank.
A restaurant site overlooking at the entrance to the historic Derby Wharf will be demolished to make way for itinerant food vendors to setup shop in periods of high demand.
A Northern Territory environmental group has launched legal action challenging the federal government's use of taxpayer money for gas exploration.
NASA officials are investigating after the International Space Station was thrown out of control by a Russian research module's jet thrusters.
Steve Gorman and Polina Ivanova
NSW Police have warned those considering protesting against lockdowns in Sydney at the weekend will face up to a thousand officers ready to meet them.
The Prime Minister and state leaders meet today to discuss how many Australians need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to end the damage to our economy from restrictions.
A Walkaway farmer was arrested on Tuesday night after allegedly shooting a man in the face with an air rifle while trying to evict him from the property.
Qantas has lost its battle against the Transport Workers Union, with the Federal Court ruling the Australian airline’s outsourcing of 2000 ground crew jobs was unlawful.
This funding is in addition to the $8375 per financial year that was approved by the council in May on a three-year agreement to cover rental costs for the Burt Street hub.
A 71-year-old man is facing 15 charges of child sexual offences against two teenage boys, allegedly committed between 1990 and 2004.
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