The Queen's 95th birthday is set to be a private and low-key affair with members of the royal family following the death of her husband Prince Philip.
New Zealand's COVID-19 minister has downplayed the chances of the country's latest community case impacting the trans-Tasman bubble.
A man has allegedly punched a woman, knocking her to the ground, and stomped on her head in a violent domestic assault in the Darwin CBD overnight.
A jury has found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of murder and manslaughter after kneeling on the neck of a dying George Floyd during an arrest last May.
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The New Zealand government has pledged once-in-a-generation reforms to its health system.
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Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte says restrictions will start to be eased from next week as Turkey registered its highest daily COVID-19 death toll so far.
The famous beachfront cafe is set to close once the site is demolished for a new development. But could Cottesloe gain from Trigg’s loss?
Revolutionary robot bricklaying technology is to face its first public litmus test, with WA’s first robo-home to hit the market this week.
Almost nine in 10 West Australians support making the COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for international travellers, according to a poll.
Peter Law and Briana Fiore
The WACA is set to give the City of Perth a two-month deadline to commit to a swimming pool at the WACA Ground.
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.
Journalist Rangi Hirini reflects on the Blak Deaths in Custody series as the special five-part investigation comes to an end.
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.
A man has been charged with the murder of Gold Coast mother Kelly Wilkinson, with his case set to be heard at Southport Magistrates Court.
The NSW Supreme Court has issued an injunction to stop a woman from saying her former lover sexually assaulted her, after a judge found her claims are untrue.
Those over 70 can show up at three Victorian mass COVID-19 vaccination hubs without an appointment from Wednesday.
Northern Ireland authorities say a a bomb placed next to the car of a police officer may have been planted by the New IRA militant group.
Isobel Frodsham, dpa
Regional offices of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny have been raided ahead of planned mass protests over his ailing health.
Tom Balmforth and Anton Zverev
The European Medicines Agency says the benefits of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine outweigh risks despite finding possible links to cases of blood clots.
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