BHP has promoted Edgar Basto — again. And he’s staying in Perth. Taking on the role of chief operating officer, he adds a new chapter to the very high-ranking resources executives based in WA.
WARNING: If you have arachnophobia, this may not be the column for you . . .
In the first decades of last century, what is now one of Perth’s hottest housing spots was an aquatic playground.
Outside of systemic reform, there are many things we, as individuals, can do though to take ownership of our own health and wellbeing.
Would it be possible for a city to be any more smug than Melbourne?
I’ve walked a tightrope with death, myself. I faced my mortality early, well, earlier than most — it was 2017, I was 33, and life got real.
The 2022 Commonwealth Games are upon us and the Australians are fine-tuning their preparations for Birmingham - these are the green and gold athletes who are appointment viewing.
It’s been the most talked about story around the globe this week, and amid the fallout from the Roe V Wade decision in the US, celebrities have spoken out, sharing their abortion stories
With more than 35 years under his belt as an illustrator for The West Australian, Don Lindsay is the artist behind some of the paper’s most famous front pages. Agenda meets the man behind the drawings.
As the country turns out to vote, find out how YOU rate this country’s key incumbent and would-be politicians with The West Australian’s latest online election innovation
A humbling encounter with a homeless man on the first Hawaiian Ride for Youth has become part of the folklore that underpins the hugely successful charitable tour de force.
What good news the announcement of the Saviour’s birth was to very needy people at the time, and that news is still good for us today.
“When I lost my vision, I started to see things differently. Not all challenges are gifts, not during the moment anyway. But your circumstances might offer you some deeper insights in time, too.”
Stress, anguish and emotional turmoil have been the biggest fallout from the past two years. There are echoes of it throughout our community.
The act of giving releases a rush of neurochemicals and activates the pleasure pathways in the brain.
We meet the individuals who have been at the heart of the case that’s rocked the nation — many of whom have unintentionally become public faces over the course of the past three weeks.
I was just a twinkle in my parent’s eyes when Abba were first top of the pops, but that hasn’t stopped me from being a super-fan, writes Kasey Gratton
The French are mainly angry over what France views as Australia’s surprise decision to abandon a multibillion-dollar submarine contract with them in favour of US technology as part of the alliance.
Twenty years after he watched the Twin Towers fall, Mark Riley asks a very personal question — ‘For what?’ A question that has been passed down to that of his now almost 22-year-old son, James.
The COVID-19 Delta strain is the most contagious variant to date, but experts warn we will continue to see even more transmissible — or more deadly — versions emerge unless people get vaccinated.
This week, Princes William and Harry are set to unveil a statue of their mother on what would have been her milestone birthday. Gone for a generation, she is still the People’s Princess to millions.
For those already vulnerable to mental distress and hardship, the effects of being thrust into a situation akin to solitary confinement can be detrimental.
Hayley Dodd would have turned 40 this year. Instead, her family will again mourn her at her wishing well, and those who love her will continue to wonder where her final resting place lies.
When a Hells Angel made headlines for bashing Nick Martin at a bar soon before the Rebels boss was assassinated, the man was a mystery. But Dayne Brajkovich’s story is literally written on his face.
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