Details of a dramatic police sting that snared a kilogram of meth, an addict and his co-accused Jenna Kaye Booth have been revealed during a District Court trial for Ms Booth.
After dealing with an epidemic and race riots, Americans are scared of war on their own territory and are looking for a “plan B”, writes US Correspondent Sarah Blake
A woman was attacked by a shark this morning at Tantabiddi Beach in the Ningaloo Marine Park.
China has ordered its highest level of protection for an animal believed to be at the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic, as it warns against travel to ‘racist’ Australia.
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Kalgoorlie will welcome its members back for casual bowling before competition restarts next week.
While a warrant for Katie Wanpiti Brown’s arrest was issued on June 29, 2016, police had not managed to arrest her until this week in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
The Department of Justice has set a goal of achieving a 7.5 per cent Aboriginal workforce by 2021 and this week endorsed 22 recommendations from 2019’s employment conference.
George Floyd, 46, died after being arrested by police, with footage of the arrest showing police officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on the man’s neck while he was pinned to the floor.
The Federal Government yesterday announced it would foot the bill for 75 per cent — $5,275,800 — of the Ravensthorpe Cultural Precinct through the Building Better Regions Fund.
A reality TV star has been at the centre of a Serbian tabloid scandal after her Australian husband flew to the Gold Coast during the COVID-19 crisis.
A Margaret River business has enjoyed a big breakthrough despite the COVID-19 pandemic, with rok Kombucha winning a major distribution deal with Woolworths.
Hopes are growing that Australia’s ongoing border closures could intensify homegrown tourism for the Margaret River region.
The City of Busselton will open playgrounds and skate parks as part of phase three easing of COVID-19 restrictions which come into effect at midnight tonight.
One in three cancer deaths are due to the disease becoming drug resistant, but a breakthrough by Australian researchers has identified a way to stop it happening.
A group of radical secessionists have been taken into custody after videos showing people smashing their way into a historic building in York emerged on Facebook. WATCH THE BIZARRE INCIDENT UNFOLD
Phil Hickey & Rourke Walsh
Contacted by former College players Peter Rakich and Doug Black, the club has teed up fixtures with Murdoch University Melville’s ladies and South Perth’s men at Challenger Reserve tomorrow.
A remote WA roadhouse running on fumes because of a lack of tourists has backed Mark McGowan’s hardline stance on keeping WA’s State border closed.
“We didn’t expect live music to return so quickly — it’s been quite surprising and amazing really.”
In line with WA Government directions, up to 300 patrons will be allowed into the museum at any one time, with a 100-person limit in any single undivided space.
The body has become home to the region’s most comprehensive collection of books on local history and stories, as well as the primary dealer for Hesperian Press publications.
Ralph Flowers ran a marathon around Albany after the one he had been training for was cancelled in the Gold Coast.
A 12-year-old boy allegedly behind the wheel of a ute involved in a fatal Kimberley crash that killed Abbey Forrest appeared in court for the first time today to face a manslaughter charge.
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Experienced senior footballer Ryan Gaerth believes the grand final rotation system should be scrapped for the 2020 season and return next year.
Greens Leader Adam Bandt says the mining giant could not just wash its hands and move on, arguing ‘responsibility rests at the top and they need to be held accountable’.
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