A leading geriatric medicine expert has resigned from the Health Department, saying the group he chairs was ‘ignored and sidelined’ in the middle of a pandemic that’s killed 633 aged care residents.
West Coast’s elimination final at Optus Stadium will be played in front of the nation’s biggest crowd, with the venue’s capacity set to be lifted from the previous limit of 30,000.
Supermodel Megan Gale has spoken of the devastation at the loss of her brother Jason in July, admitting it was a “huge shock”.
The mother of a little boy who went missing in bush at Yallingup for almost 12 hours on Saturday has been airlifted to hospital after crashing her car into a tree.
Rourke Walsh & Phil Hickey
The money launderer for a ‘Mr Big’ of the WA drug trade could be facing up to 20 years in jail after admitting to possessing almost three-quarters of a million dollars.
Ben Wyatt has hit back at a thinly-veiled jab at WA from NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian after she said some State leaders had forgotten they were a part of a nation.
Separate crashes across WA claimed the lives of two drivers this weekend as the State’s road toll grew to 107 in 2020.
The president of the WA Children’s Court has blamed the father of a 12-year-old boy for the death of 11-year-old girl Abbey Forrest — who was killed when the boy crashed a car in WA’s north last year.
Elise Van Aken
A date to bring down WA’s hard border with the rest of Australia can start to be considered as Victoria gets its coronavirus outbreak under control, Mark McGowan said today.
A Fremantle restaurant that paid an employee just $200 for 146 hours of work has been fined almost $22,000 for its ‘flagrant disregard’ for the Fair Work Act.
Cold case detectives have revealed new information about the rape of a German nanny that shocked the State and remains unsolved 10 years later.
The redevelopment — which will add an emergency department and a new mother and baby centre — will see the first buildings built on the Subiaco complex for more than 25 years.
The Duyfken is set to leave its home in Fremantle and sail for Sydney after losing its funding from the WA government.
A mother charged over a fatal crash which killed two young children including her own daughter has made her first emotional appearance in court.
West Australians will have a chance to join the worldwide fight against COVID-19 by volunteering to take part in a study into a new needle-free, gene-based vaccine.
A WA magistrate says a Supreme Court ruling to hand down a community-based order to the quarantine breacher who sneaked into WA changed “the goal posts” for sentencing others who break the same law.
‘Sorry, you’ve missed out’: All 10,000 Wander Out Yonder travel vouchers have been snapped up by West Australians - in less than four minutes.
A Porsche driver accused of repeatedly breaching COVID-19 quarantine after being given permission to isolate at his Perth apartment was unable to appear in court today because he has left the State.
Widely considered the premier event on the annual culinary calendar, the festival was set to return in November with a line-up of celebrity chefs, tastings and dinners.
On The West Live today, Jenna Clarke speaks to UnitingCareWA CEO Amanda Hunt about an alarming report revealing COVID-19’s impact on West Australians. LISTEN LIVE AT 8.45AM
Educating teenagers about the possible legal consequences of starting or filming fights will be the focus of a fresh campaign against violence in schools.
A teenage boy has tested positive for COVID-19 while in quarantine in Perth after recently returning from overseas.
Sophie Moore and Tim Dornin
Rio Tinto’s decision to sack three top executives after the Juukan Gorge disaster show how our biggest super funds are drawing a corporate ethics line in the sand.
An elderly man is in hospital after fire tore through his northern suburbs home early this morning.
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