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A man has been charged after trying to firebomb the Cockburn police station in what is understood to have been a protest against vaccine work mandates.
WA Police are investigating the death of a man whose body was discovered in the CBD, with a witness claiming she’d heard a person yelling for help in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Annabel Hennessy and Sarah Steger
A man has been taken to hospital after a serious crash in Red Hill near the Darling Scarp following a possible medical episode.
Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club’s former manager St John O’Neill has fronted court after being charged with stealing thousands of dollars from the club.
Major construction works estimated to cost millions are needed at Mindarie Marina to address issues with public safety and ongoing damage.
Rank-and-file members of the WA Liberal Party have initiated an attempt to expel Upper House MPs Nick Goiran and Peter Collier from the party.
The police officers involved in the fatal shooting of a man inside a Gosnells home have been cleared of wrongdoing during an internal investigation.
All-gender bathrooms could be installed across the CBD — which would be an Australian first — under a landmark LGBTIQA+ action plan developed by the City of Perth.
Mourners have left a moving tribute to ABC presenter Russell Woolf, leaving flowers on his beloved red scooter after he died suddenly on Monday night.
On Wednesday, Rowsthorn spoke to the West Live from outside a florist where has was buying flowers for Woolf’s family – wife Kylie and daughter Bronte.
Forensics officers have returned to Cleo Smith’s Carnarvon family home, scouring the inside for evidence that could lead to a breakthrough in the case.
The wait is over. Perth’s first Lego-certified store is about to open and here’s a sneak peek of what to expect.
The former ABC studio on Adelaide Terrace has hit the market, providing the potential to create a new heart and soul in the east end.
Anti-vaccination protesters are confronting journalists outside Parliament House, saying ‘coercion is not choice’.
Investigators are faced with a huge challenge in finding little Cleo Smith — where do you start looking for a needle in a haystack? But former FBI agent Tonya DeSa says there are pointers to look for.
The Gummi Bears Child Care Centre in Balcatta has been fined $27,000 after a five-year-old was so badly burnt by hot water splashing on her that she needed skin grafts.
Motorists have been warned to plan ahead as flooding causes peak hour traffic headaches after the city received an overnight drenching.
Roughly eight people a day have appeared in Perth’s two main courthouses on a range of child sex offences since little Cleo Smith vanished from her family’s tent in Carnarvon.
Miraculously, no one was injured when the blue Holden Commodore station wagon hit the home on Tuesday evening.
Mr McGowan on Tuesday became the only State or Territory leader without a roadmap for relaxing borders after SA announced it would reopen to jabbed travellers from NSW and Victoria late next month.
Peter Law and Charlotte Elton
Former co-host Nadia Mitsopolous pays tribute to ABC presenter Russell Woolf — an ‘outrageously talented colleague and supremely loyal friend’.
Shadow Attorney General Nick Goiran has been accused of using ‘coded language’ to encourage anti-vaxxers threatening Mark McGowan and his family over mandated vaccinations.
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