A court has heard the actions of the police officer who drew his gun on an armed Yamatji woman in Geraldton deprived his colleagues a tactical advantage and cost a ‘disturbed’ woman her life.
The legal stoush between WA’s Children’s Court president and one of his magistrates has so far set taxpayers back more than $274,000 in legal costs.
Crown’s top money man has admitted the under-pressure casino giant would consider allowing high-rolling overseas gamblers to come back to Perth.
Advanced Mine Performance Training Services launches a Supreme Court action listed drilling group DDH1 allegedly ripping off manuals and assessment materials.
A Perth man monitored by police for 10 months prior to being arrested for allegedly inciting extremist attacks overseas is one of 29 people before the courts in Australia for terrorism offences.
A former elite swimming coach is set to be extradited to Queensland to face charges of historical child sex abuse dating back to the 1970s.
The mining giant has pressed pause on sites across the State to address workers on the scourge, as well as racism and bullying.
A Coffin Cheaters bikie has admitted he hid 160g of methamphetamine in his underwear but has disputed the surrounding circumstances.
The lawyer for former WA treasurer Troy Buswell says he intends to plead not guilty to claims he tried to persuade his ex-wife not to give evidence against him at an ongoing domestic violence trial.
Concerning new allegations have emerged of a further two sex assaults by Como restaurateur Alberto Nicoletti — who is now accused of attacking nine women.
The corporate watchdog has defended its key witness in the prosecution of former Quintis boss Frank Wilson for allegedly hiding the loss of a much-touted US sandalwood oil supply contract.
A Bunbury man who has been described as “an extraordinary risk to other road users” has avoided jail for drunkenly crashing his car into a tree while almost six times the legal limit.
A 23-year-old man accused of plastering anti-Semitic posters around Perth’s northern suburbs has been charged by police.
A Perth mother who tried to poison her seriously ill baby by pouring bleach into his feeding tube never ‘intended to harm him’ despite waiting almost three hours before she called an ambulance.
A person who claims to be a childhood friend of Melissa Caddick has posed a wild theory about what she believes might have happened to the fraudster.
A South West magistrate has labelled a young man the “poster boy” of acting without thinking after he admitted to stealing food and alcohol from a pub last month.
A notorious Mongols bikie caught flushing a stash of cocaine down the toilet will spend Christmas behind bars after he breached a suspended imprisonment order.
The allegedly unlicensed driver accused of being behind the wheel of a luxury SUV that crashed and killed a man in Perth’s CBD is close to making his bid for release from custody.
Northbridge lawyer George Papamihail has been denied a copy of a senior investigator’s report as he tries to scuttle a long-running professional misconduct prosecution.
The WA Police officer who fatally shot an armed Aboriginal woman has told his murder trial officers were instructed not to rely on Tasers because they only worked 50 per cent of the time.
The Federal Court said a substantial fine was appropriate despite Colonial having embarked on a multimillion-dollar remediation program.
A man who had been living out of his caravan at a Collie campsite for the past 17 years has fronted court accused of swinging a machete at a complete stranger while they were camping.
The trial of a man accused of assaulting two police officers trying to evict him has taken a twist with those officers coming under scrutiny
A mining and construction company in remote Western Australia has had to pay a huge fine after a worker became trapped in a conveyor belt.
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