Multiple homeless people have died on the streets in the last three months with at least 15 losing their lives since July — and the average age of those who passed away is just 47.
Consumer watchdog boss Rod Sims warned that the platforms have ‘stunningly clever business models’ where they provide so-called free services, but ‘the price is actually your data’.
Migrants will be taught about marriage equality and quizzed on whether people are free to choose who they wed in Australia under the new citizenship test from the Federal Government.
The WA Liberals say they will not support a push from Nick Goiran for priests to be exempt from new laws that would force them to report predators who confess child sex crimes to them.
The West Australian can reveal Facebook has not deleted or suspended the accounts of users who posted a graphic video that resulted in WA schools telling parents to keep their children offline.
WA could play a vital role in Australia’s gas-led economic recovery, with the Federal Government keen to unlock the State’s Perth Basin as one of six key gas resource sites around Australia.
Lanai Scarr and Annabel Hennessy
Anti-domestic violence advocate Dorinda Cox has emerged as a strong contender after announcing her intention to run for the number one spot on the party’s ticket.
Islamic State East Asia has been re-listed as a terrorist organisation by the Federal Government as extremism rises in the Philippines.
Peter Dutton has defended travel exemptions given to Tony Abbott and Tom Hanks arguing that comparing the ban on international travel to state border restrictions was like ‘chalk and cheese’.
Indigenous leaders have welcomed the resignations of Rio Tinto’s executives in response to the shocking destruction of cultural heritage in the Pilbara, but say more needs to be done.
Rangi Hirini & Annabel Hennessy
Liberal MP Nick Goiran is attempting to prevent a royal commission recommendation that would make it a crime if a priest failed to tell police when someone confessed a child sex crime to them.
The traditional owners of the Juukan Gorge rock shelter that was blown up during reconciliation week say they are “extremely disappointed” a parliamentary inquiry's visit to the site has been delayed.
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