Sky News commentator Kristy McSweeney has confirmed her bid to replace the retiring Dean Nalder, saying she wants to ‘give WA people a first-rate Liberal frontbench they can be proud of’.
The long career of football administrator Grant Dorrington to be over after he missed out on election to the WA Football Commission tonight in a secret vote.
A devout Christian couple who were rejected as potential foster parents have compared the ‘sins’ of being gay or transgender to ‘sins’ like paedophilia and adultery.
The family of Ben Prior — who is missing after falling off his dinghy into the Swan River — say they are filled with ‘overwhelming sadness’ as the search for the much-loved boatie continues.
Jamie Prendiville ran five ultramarathons and was a tireless fundraiser for charity before he died on Saturday, shortly after receiving a brain cancer diagnosis.
With its lease about to expire, the clock is ticking for Yelo after a proposed development at the site was knocked back again — but the building owner says it’s the only way to ‘save’ the Trigg cafe.
The decision has left thousands of hospitality venues operating at well below their usual capacity during the normally busy festive season.
A massive search launched near Esperance for a person swept off rocks this afternoon will recommence in the morning.
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WA’s new museum has erased references to China from its coronavirus exhibit after complaints from the Chinese Consul General in Perth.
Premier Mark McGowan has called on the business community to help defuse tensions between Australia and Beijing, saying WA ‘cannot discount’ China’s economic importance to the State.
Fresh out of hotel quarantine, Human Nature are experiencing somewhat of a culture shock after touching down in WA ahead of a summer tour.
A woman in quarantine at a Rivervale motel has been charged by police after allegedly leaving the room four times in three days to buy fast food.
Retiring Shadow Treasurer Dean Nalder says it will be a ‘challenge’ for the WA Liberals to confront the influence of powerbrokers who are ‘running the party’.
Ronald Peter Whyte, the brother of disgraced former bureaucrat Paul Whyte, has been charged with property laundering.
Armadale Detectives have charged a 36-year old man following a hit and run crash at a fast food outlet in Perth’s south eastern suburbs.
A heavy meth user who drove around Perth with a loaded semi-automatic pistol and fired at passing cars has been given an extra three years jail on top of his original five-year sentence.
Annaliesse Ugle’s alleged rapist has not been considered for bail after facing court via videolink.
Murdoch University has flagged plans to axe or significantly change many of its science and maths-based courses from next year.
Wheel clamping will be banned in WA this month, removing the ‘un-Australian’ practice from the State’s parking lots in time for the busy Christmas shopping season.
A stepping stone from Elizabeth Quay, the property was snapped up for the multi-million price tag.
Former Sydney Swan Elijah Taylor punched his ex girlfriend in the face then used a belt to whip her across her back after an argument over a Snapchat message he received from another girl.
A Sky News commentator is set to enter the race to replace retiring MP Dean Nalder in the safe Liberal seat of Bateman.
The friend of a 30-year-old man missing after falling off his boat into the Swan River near Ascot yesterday afternoon has described the terrifying moments before he plunged into the water.
Elderly West Australians will be able easily access government services like coronavirus support payments and the age pension through a nation-first centre as part of an overhaul of Centrelink.
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