The bushfire burning in Perth’s south has been contained but authorities say it’s not yet under control as more than 150 firefighters battle the blaze in ‘trying conditions’.
WA will host 3000 athletes from around the globe at the World Transplant Games in two years’ time. The Olympics-style event is for competitors who have been given a second chance at life.
Play-based learning will be a key part of formal early learning in Australia under the first curriculum changes to daycare education in a decade.
Natasha Bita & Kate Ryan
Frustrated travellers who have had their Christmas holidays cut short have blasted the WA Government’s decision to re-introduce tight restrictions on Victorian arrivals.
Emotions were high as WA arrivals from Melbourne touched down knowing they were destined for two weeks of self isolation after a coronavirus outbreak in Victoria.
Kate Ryan and Brianna Dugan
Health Minister Roger Cook is asking West Australians to forgo a midnight kiss with a stranger as WA prepares to ring in the new year.
As Mandurah woke to its hottest day in December, firefighters were sent to two bushfires — one of them near one of the city’s main roads.
A new revelation has emerged in the alleged fatal assault of a 70-year-old intellectually disabled man at Queens Park train station in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Daryna Zadvirna and Kate Ryan
A 52-year-old Mount Claremont man has been charged with murder over the death of a 70-year-old intellectually disabled man at Queens Park train station this morning.
Allan Thomas, who was fatally assaulted at Queens Park train station this morning, has been remembered as a stalwart of his community who would help anyone.
Trains have been cancelled on the Armadale line after a 72-year-old man was fatally assaulted at Queens Park station on Monday morning.
As Perth woke to a hot Christmas morning — with the temperature soaring past 30C by 8am — thousands flocked to the beach to cool off.
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