A move to plant three trees on a verge that might have prevented a six-storey mental health and addiction treatment hospital redevelopment has been watered down by Cambridge council.
Peter de Kruijff
Scratchies and lotto tickets are ‘inappropriate gifts’ for youths and can create gambling-related problems, according to a top Perth researcher.
National health authorities will start looking beyond Stage 3 of the coronavirus plan this week, reviewing the re-opening of sports stadiums and “nutting out” the risk of lifting more restrictions.
The corrupt builder who renovated the luxurious home of former health executive John Fullerton, billing the taxpayer for that work and taking kickbacks for himself, has been jailed.
The man thought to be Australia’s youngest COVID-19 fatality did not have the virus according to the Queensland coroner, his fiancee’s family has claimed.
The owner of the first WA restaurant to be fined for flouting the 20-person limit is unapologetic, claiming police using “Gestapo” tactics could have shown some mercy.
The five-year-old girl had to be taken to hospital after licking school-supplied hand sanitiser from her fingers the Education Department has confirmed.
Three new cases of coronavirus — including a three-year-old WA child — have been diagnosed in WA overnight.
Health Minister Roger Cook wants smokers to know exactly what’s in cigarettes, saying he did not want ‘a new generation of smokers’ as he flags pushing for regulative reform.
Joe Spagnolo and Angela Pownall
When emergency department nurse Kelly Morris woke with a heavy feeling in her chest and a dry cough one morning last month, she knew she could not go to work. Here she tells her coronavirus story.
There were zero new active cases of COVID-19 in WA overnight; however, the State’s total now stands at 586 after one historical case was identified through serology testing.
Single mum Gail Allen was dealing with the threat of coronavirus on the frontline of Royal Perth Hospital’s emergency department last month when there was devastating news at home.
WA will take a giant leap towards normal life next weekend when the State charts its own course back from the coronavirus crisis. Here’s what you’ll be able to do.
Peter Law, Josh Zimmerman and Peter de Kruijff
Disturbing footage of a rat sitting on the floor of a Perth fast food restaurant has gone viral, with the woman behind the video saying she was ‘shocked’ by how quickly the clip had spread online.
The announcement that WA will be the first State to revise the four square metres per person rule from June 6 is a game-changer the Premier says comes because we’ve charted our own path to recovery.
Peter LawState Political Editor
After a tumultuous few days in the wake of the Al Kuwait coronavirus outbreak, Mark McGowan will today outline “Phase 3 of the WA roadmap”.
Mark McGowan is urging National Cabinet to consider abolishing the four square metre rule in hospitality venues.
The 4sqm rule must be scrapped in the next phase of relaxing WA’s COVID-19 restrictions — expected to be announced on Friday — members of the State Recovery Advisory Group say.
The Australian vet aboard COVID-hit live export ship the Al Kuwait has accused world governments of “tyranny” in their response to the deadly virus, despite it killing hundreds of thousands globally.
Jenne Brammer and Peter law
Unveiled by Premier Mark McGowan today, the 23-person State Recovery Advisory Group will advise the Government on the best way to help WA bounce back from the devastation wrought by COVID-19.
The Australian Border Force has withdrawn claims it did not know there were sick crew aboard the Al Kuwait livestock ship before it docked in Fremantle.
The head of one of WA’s biggest unions will discuss the mental health toll the pandemic safety measures are having on the State’s FIFO community. LISTEN LIVE AT 8.45AM
More than two million extra influenza vaccines will be rolled out in coming weeks to cater for “unprecedented demand” during COVID-19.
Coronavirus is quietly spreading through the community in WA — being passed around by people in their 20s and 30s — and a second wave is on the way, an infectious disease physician has warned.
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