More affordable electricity could be on the horizon for Indigenous communities across regional WA as the Federal Government injects almost $20 million into local off-grid energy supplies.
What the recession means for WA house prices, business, mining and the jobs market.
Fremantle great Des Headland is still battling to prove his Aboriginal occupational health business — which launched in Perth two years ago and now has a national footprint — is a ‘serious player’.
Danielle Le Messurier
A pair of lawyers who work together in Broome were today arrested for alleged unlawful conduct relating to a number of court cases in the Kimberley.
Jakeb Waddell and Carly Laden
Spots such as Town Beach, Cable Beach and Gantheume Point will officially be recorded with dual names, recognising the current titles and their Yawuru translations.
Explosions that damaged a 40,000-year-old Aboriginal heritage site in the Pilbara are focusing investor concern on the growing reputational risk companies face from social issues.
Sybilla Gross and David Stringer
Australian human rights lawyer and author of 'Equal Justice' Rabia Siddique has urged Perth to ‘start at home’ to stop systemic and intergenerational racism, as tensions swell in the United States.
It wasn’t until after his father passed away that Ben Wyatt discovered the truth about his dad’s birth.
A former Australian of the Year says reconciliation and fighting racism in Australia could not just be left to Aboriginal people.
Police are investigating an incident involving an indigenous teenager who was taken to hospital after being arrested in Sydney for allegedly threatening an officer.
EXCLUSIVE: The traditional owners of Rottnest Island have begun talks about how to commemorate the hundreds of Aboriginal people who were imprisoned and died on the island when it was used as a jail.
As the company’s iron ore boss apologises for the distress caused by the destruction of ancient Aboriginal shelters.
Federal Labor MP Patrick Gorman is using WA Day to call for a national Indigenous art and cultural museum in Perth, with 53 per cent of survey respondents saying they support the move.
After Andrew Forrest-led miner loses High Court bid to challenge ruling of exclusive native title over Pilbara land that includes its Solomon Hub iron ore operation.
Ken Wyatt says a referendum on Indigenous constitutional recognition will “probably not” happen this term of parliament due to COVID-19 but has vowed not to let it be “consigned to the history books”.
Indigenous Australians hit with unfair food prices in remote communities could claim compensation following the launch of a parliamentary inquiry sparked by an investigation by The West Australian.
Lanai Scarr & Annabel Hennessy
The West Australian’s Federal political reporter Annabel Hennessy has been nominated for two prestigious Walkley Awards for her exclusive investigation into the wrongful incarceration of Jody Gore.
The police officer who fatally shot Aboriginal woman Joyce Clarke in Geraldton last year will stand trial after he indicated he will fight allegations he is a murderer.
Restrictions on the amount of alcohol a person can have in their car in the Kimberley will reportedly be announced as early as today.
An indigenous elder suffered a tribal punishment beating to his legs with sticks in the wake of last week’s alleged murder of an 18-year-old woman in Newman, it can now be revealed.
Federal Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt has called for the re-opening of the Kimberley as soon as possible, saying all the WA Government has to do is ask if it wants restrictions eased.
Lanai Scarr and Peter De Kruijff
The resort and village — once home to dancing horses and childhood memories — will be converted into housing, training, aged care and rehabilitation services for Aboriginal people.
Minister for Families and Social Services Anne Ruston wants to ramp up the conversation for taking a controversial cashless welfare card system Australia-wide.
Peter de Kruijff
A building and construction business owned by Docker Michael Walters and former AFL ruckman Jonathon Griffin is the first WA company to implement thermal cameras to combat COVID-19.
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