Prestigious boys’ college Hale School has joined other elite private schools in cutting term two fees as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
A woman who says she was abused by WA’s most notorious paedophile more than three decades ago denies she “made up” the allegations because she does not want him to get out of prison.
Easter will be vastly different to previous years as people stay at home to save lives, but the fishing industry needs West Australians to continue the tradition of eating seafood.
While we haven’t followed the NSW trend of mass animal adoptions during the country’s COVID-19 self-isolation efforts, the RSPCA says foster applications are through the roof.
Students in Year 12 will be able to graduate despite the disruptions caused by the coronavirus crisis, Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan has guaranteed.
The State’s death toll has hit six, while there are 10 fresh cases of COVID-19.
The land asset developer has locked in its first avocado venture, involving 300ha at Pemberton and will raise development capital through a syndicate of professional investors.
A Perth Uber driver has broken down in tears and hugged his wife after being acquitted of sexually assaulting a drunken female passenger in the back seat of his car.
Fuel prices have plummeted to levels not seen since the mid-2000s and the trend is set to continue, taunting house-bound motorists who might have otherwise taken advantage for Easter travel.
Perth Catholic Archbishop Timothy Costelloe is urging the community to remain “calm, measured and compassionate” regardless of their views.
Danielle Le Messurier
An audit has shown West Australians are still flocking to the South West in direct contravention of the McGowan Government’s regional travel ban.
WA Premier Mark McGowan is giving an update on the latest developments in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus.
The prediction comes as the latest ANZ consumer confidence survey released today shows an improving picture for the economy.
During the biggest health crisis in a hundred years, it’s far better to be criticised for going too far than not going far enough.
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Farmers in the southern regions are set to allocate more of their land to grain production after a big sell off of sheep to the Eastern States over recent months.
Senior police officers will again take the stand today as the breakthrough fingerprint moment is put under the microscope. FOLLOW OUR LIVE BLOG FOR ALL THE PROCEEDINGS.
The boss of Western Australia’s largest health insurance provider has vowed that any “undue” profits made from the coronavirus crisis will be handed back to members.
Supermarkets are emerging as the biggest winners in the coronavirus crisis so far.
WA business owner Elliott Combes says many companies are taking a “leap of faith” while waiting for the Federal Government’s JobKeeper legislation to pass.
Emergency WA says lives and property are still at risk from a bushfire burning south of Perth since Monday.
Health Minister Roger Cook has revealed the State’s case tally has risen by 10 to 470. FOLLOW OUR LIVE BLOG
The battle against the coronavirus has received a massive boost with historically low levels of fevers and coughs being reported across WA as a result of strict social distancing measures.
Whether it was by road or by air, travellers yesterday continued to rush back to Western Australia on the first day of the McGowan Government’s unprecedented hard border closure.
Danielle Le Messurier, Kelsey Reid & Rourke Walsh
Almost half of Australia’s coronavirus deaths can be linked to the embattled cruise ship industry — as the now notorious Ruby Princess ship yesterday claimed its first West Australian life.
Josh Zimmerman & Peter de Kruijff
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