A Geraldton football player and ex-youth boxing coach has been acquitted after being accused of twice sexually abusing a 16-year-old girl in his hot tub last year.
Five people had so far lost a total $3395 trying to buy AFL grand final tickets, and 26 online ads breaching new anti-scalping laws had been removed from offending websites.
Nearly $8 billion was wiped from the value of WA’s big three iron ore miners today as the commodity’s recent price collapse looked set to claim another victim at the junior end of the market.
New ticket scalping laws have taken effect that restrict the resale of tickets to a maximum ten per cent mark-up from the original price, and outlaw bots.
Aztecs finished a stunning season on Saturday night, winning a tense grand final to go undefeated for the entire campaign.
Former air force engineer Mike Reymond has thrown his hat in the ring for the City of Greater Geraldton council elections, less than a year after a serious plane crash.
A well-known junior boxing coach accused of sexually abusing a 16-year-old girl initially denied to police anything had happened because he was ‘too embarrassed’ to admit what he had done.
What has been flagged to be WA’s biggest grain harvest has started early and in earnest with a 55 tonne canola delivery at CBH’s Geraldton Port Terminal today.
The friend of a teenage girl, who has accused an ex-Geraldton junior boxing coach of sexually assaulting her in a hot tub, says she didn’t see the alleged attacks, but was told about it soon after.
Detectives have charged a 39-year-old man after allegedly finding 279 cannabis plants growing inside a Walkaway property.
My dogs are more than six months old now. Time has flown, but the past six months have been an interesting period, to say the least.
A woman accused of stabbing and killing a man at an apartment in Perth’s east has faced Perth Magistrates Court charged with murder.
The Boy in the Blue Cap: The Gerard Ross Story is an eight-part award-winning documentary about one of WA’s most enduring and heartbreaking mysteries. Watch the full series here.
Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest is battling to stave off more resignations of key senior Fortescue Metals Group staff upset over a $50 million cut to their executive bonus scheme, sources say.
The tight-knit Wheatbelt community of York is in shock following the tragic death of a beloved school bus driver who died in a horrific crash on his daily route.
Heartbroken members of WA’s cycling community have paid tribute to a ‘beautiful soul’ who was killed after being struck by a bus with school children on board in Bunbury this week.
Agricultural region leaders have railed against the McGowan Government’s one vote, one value Upper House overhaul, warning it will significantly reduce regional voices in Parliament.
During repairs, customers can collect water from a mobile tank set up in South Hedland overnight
Mines inspectors have slapped more than 60 breach notices since 2015 on the Pilbara iron ore operation where a scaffolder suffered a fatal fall on Friday.
A man who made a threatening ‘rehearsal’ video while wearing a black latex outfit has been found guilty of two bloody murders.
A couple who “ditched their self-isolation requirements and went ‘sightseeing’ across Perth and the Goldfields-Esperance region have been remanded in custody.
A former St John WA volunteer says he was sacked after raising systemic organisational issues at a conference.
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