Police have concluded the search of a Badgingarra property formerly owned by Hayley Dodd’s killer, Francis Wark, with the remains of the missing teenager not located.
Daryna Zadvirna, Phil Hickey & Michael Traill
A man was taken to a Perth hospital after falling through the roof of a school on Thursday afternoon.
A new fishing and diving hotspot is being created off the coast of Perth with work to install a million-dollar, purpose-built artificial reef underway.
WA Health has known for weeks the Mercure Hotel — at the centre of an investigation into how COVID-19 jumped between rooms with closed doors — was the quarantine facility most at risk of transmission.
Girls at Mt Lawley Senior High School are being taught how to fight back if they are attacked, using funds raised by parents.
A female driver has been charged after allegedly leading police on a chase that lasted just two minutes in Perth’s south this morning.
Woolworths has lodged plans for a five-storey $26.5 million shopping centre which would transform the former Princess Margaret Hospital carpark site in West Perth.
WA Health is refusing to release an independent expert review of airflow and ventilation in Perth’s quarantine hotels, prompting accusations from the peak doctors’ group of a ‘cover up’.
‘We will never give up’: The search for the remains of missing teenager Hayley Dodd at a Wheatbelt property once owned by her killer Francis Wark enters its third day.
A Cambridge councillor won’t be able to drive himself to council meetings for six months after his license suspended for driving with a blood alcohol content of above 0.08 in West Perth last month.
Workers in low-risk management and admin roles at WA’s quarantine hotels receiving a cut of $1.2 million in topped-up wages has been labelled an ‘insult to our hospital healthcare workers’.
The services were called off after the RSLs were not able to comply with COVID requirements.
An investigation has been launched into how COVID-19 jumped between neighbouring rooms in hotel quarantine in Perth.
Health bosses at Perth Children’s Hospital have been forced to apologise for an “incomplete assessment” which risked a two-year-old girl’s organs shutting down.
Jessica Page and Michael Traill
Veteran journalist Chris Ilsley is returning to Perth airwaves, four months after he was sensationally given the boot from 6PR after 21 years of service.
An Air Force veteran is among The West readers to have their say over WA’s Anzac Day coronavirus restrictions, with scathing messages for Minister for Veterans Issues Paul Papalia.
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Two men have been charged with drug supply offences after an alleged meth bust which could have netted more than $3 million in cash.
Plans for King’s Campus in the City Link precinct will include balcony offices, a vast tree canopy and calming biophilic finishes, including stone and timber.
Police have fresh hope in finding missing teenager Hayley Dodd’s remains after revealing they never previously searched the focus of their dig at a Badgingarra property, where her killer used to live.
The results of the PerthNow Facebook poll came as the Premier was forced to defend of one of his top ministers, who was accused of insulting Australians who sacrificed their lives for their country.
Briana Fiore and Geof Parry
The sale of Perth’s historic London Court could be the much-needed catalyst for change to inject life back into the city centre.
The man who rescued fine jewellery house Rosendorff from the brink of collapse is lucky to have escaped jail after being caught with an unregistered gun.
Perth’s historic London Court in the heart of the city is on the market, possibly to leave WA ownership for the first time since it was built more than 80 years ago.
WA’s luxury goods market continues to boom as the sector’s key players settle into a new precinct to capitalise on the surging demand for lavish items.
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