While the once-in-a-decade storm prevented him from knocking off his personal-best 2km time, the 28-year-old’s fitness was evident.
Racing and Wagering WA chief executive Richard Burt has resigned from his job as the State’s highest-paid government employee.
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.
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
In WA, total dwelling approvals rose 2.3 per cent but private sector house approvals rose only 0.8 per cent on the previous month — up from 914 to 964.
WA’s former Mental Health Commissioner will take up the helm of the Federal Government’s industrial relations working groups to tackle problems and grow jobs post-pandemic.
The explorer has revealed a series of thick, shallow, high-grade gold intersections from reverse circulation drilling at its Cue project.
The sight of a tow truck arriving is usually a relief to a motorist — but not in Rockingham. Two men tried to steal a car from a resident’s home using a tow truck, before riding away on their pushies.
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Notorious bikie Troy Mercanti took the opportunity to wish his son a happy birthday and acknowledge his ‘fans in prison’ following his latest court appearance.
WA farmers and a major live exporter say a decision by the Federal Government to refuse an application to ship sheep to the Middle East is ‘insulting’ to the customer.
Jenne Brammer, Peter De Kruijff and Sarah Ison
Australians will get handouts of about $25,000 to renovate or build a new home as part of a construction cash splash by the Federal Government designed to help the economy and keep tradies in jobs.
Lanai Scarr & Peter Law
The West Australian can reveal at least four people connected to the gang were arrested after detectives executed about 10 search warrants across Perth.
Terry John Pike, 35, is behind bars after threatening to shoot his father and other family members with two rifles he kept at a house in Maida Vale.
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.
A regional WA council is filling in its renovated dive pool, which was only open for five days before being shut over serious health fears.
The lawyer for John Fullerton – the bureaucrat allegedly at the heart of the North Metropolitan Health Services bribes scandal – has asked for more time to consider the “very large” police brief.
Shannon Hampton and Rory Campbell
Shane Warne and Kalgoorlie mayoral candidate John ‘General Hercules’ Katahanas will get their own documentaries as part of a new wave of Screen Australia funding.
The Treasurer has confirmed Australia is now in recession and has warned modelling suggests the June-quarter economic contraction will be significant.
The peak body for commercial landlords said the code put an unfair burden on local landlords, especially when combined with high hurdles to access land tax relief.
A new Woolworths supermarket for West Perth will be built with capacity to add an ‘e-store’, which would use robotics to pack online orders for pick-up.
Peter de Kruijff
Upgrades to the Peel Health Campus emergency department and short stay ward will resume this month after a temporary halt caused by COVID-19, as one new virus case is diagnosed in WA overnight.
Speaking to The West Live host Jenna Clarke, human rights lawyer Rabia Siddique will weigh in on the swelling tensions in the United States and the Black Lives Matter movement.
A South West man accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl and committing indecent acts has been charged with a further nine offences after four more alleged victims came forward to police.
WA’s regional communities desperate to embrace post-pandemic tourism may be denied the economy boost due to airline greed, according to a Pilbara business man baffled by a $1100 one-way ticket.
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