An inner-city council is considering plans to enforce a smoking ban in some of Perth’s biggest entertainment districts — including Leederville and Northbridge.
Peter de Kruijff
A brick-wielding father-to-be threatened to kill an 87-year-old man and his dog during a carjacking in Mandurah, a court heard today.
A $16 million refurbishment of the Central Park towers lobby has been completed following a fierce battle to attract and retain tenants.
The mining tycoon is seeking a court injunction to force the WA Government to withdraw legislation designed to kill-off the businessman’s $30 billion damages claim.
Peter Law and Josh Zimmerman
A proposal to name a laneway in honour of late beloved musician Richard Lane, a founding member of acclaimed garage rock band The Stems, is being considered by the Fremantle council.
While more West Australians might be exploring their own backyards, Federal Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham says it isn’t enough to save struggling local businesses. HOW YOU CAN HELP.
Colin Barnett ignored advice to appeal one of Clive Palmer’s early wins in the long-running legal dispute that threatens to hand the Queensland businessman $30 billion.
A 17-year-old boy in State care has been remanded in custody after being charged with indecently assaulting six women in Kalgoorlie over a two-hour period this week.
A 26-year-old man has died in a horror head-on crash at a notorious intersection in Cardup.
The customer was beaten after stepping in when a man threatened a worker in the Bassendean store.
West Australians should prepare for another lockdown, according to Police Minister Michelle Roberts, who says COVID-19 complacency is a concern.
An investor activist group has called for a vote on the Big Australian placing a moratorium on mining activities at cultural heritage sites until laws that protect them are strengthened.
A News Corp columnist has weighed into the Clive Palmer debate — backing the mining magnate while accusing the McGowan Government of “the single most outrageous abuse of power in Australian history”.
Despite having WA’s Locky Gilbert as the star, Channel Ten’s flagship reality dating show has failed to resonate with viewers in his home state.
Queensland businessman Clive Palmer has scored a potentially significant court victory in his bid to preserve his claim for damages totalling up to $30 billion from the WA Government.
WA Year 12s could sit their final year exams at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre if another coronavirus outbreak shuts down schools.
The Jewish community has slammed Clive Palmer for ‘making a d***head of himself’ and ‘weaponising the Holocaust’ after the Queensland billionaire likened the McGowan Government to Nazi Germany today.
Two prominent West Australian farmers will make up Grains Australia’s new five-strong board.
Evolution boss Jake Klein says the global environment is still primed for the precious metal to go even higher as his company reports record profit off the back of this year’s price rally.
COVID lockdowns and the work-from-home revolution has seen employers review their office space needs.
Cockburn Central’s transformation into a vibrant southern suburbs hub is about to take another huge step forward with a $98 million hotel and apartment development getting the green light.
Fremantle’s “unfit for use” police station will be replaced by a new $50 million facility, as part of a State-wide station facelift.
Detectives have uncovered a network of people advertising parties on social media at short-term rental accommodation, after two teenage girls were allegedly sexually assaulted at two separate parties.
The new cases come as the State Government rejects calls for an inquiry into its handling of the pandemic.
Peter de Kruijff and Michael Ramsey
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