Concrete bollards resembling sewerage pipes and labelled “ugly” and “cheap” by State MPs will soon be removed from the front of Parliament House as part of a long-awaited security upgrade.
An email has revealed exactly when WA health authorities were informed about the possibility crew members on a live-export ship berthed in Fremantle could be carrying the deadly coronavirus.
The master of a live export ship docked in Fremantle after six of its crew tested positive for COVID-19 says he wants to reassure the public all WA health procedures are being followed.
An elderly man said he no longer feels safe after a violent home invasion in East Victoria Park last night. The man was in bed when the intruder, who was carrying a gun, broke in.
The head of one of WA’s biggest unions will discuss the mental health toll the pandemic safety measures are having on the State’s FIFO community. LISTEN LIVE AT 8.45AM
Women’s AFL four-time premiership player Elly Lambkin is one of the State’s local heroes being recognised by The West Australian in the lead-up to WA Day on Monday.
Police are hunting a robber who held up a man in his East Victoria Park home at gunpoint last night.
The battle to tear down state borders has continued with Prime Minister Scott Morrison this morning saying Premiers like Mark McGowan who vow to keep their states shut need to justify their decision.
The West Australian can reveal Attorney-General Christian Porter intends to convene meetings in Perth of new working groups tasked with tearing up the old workplace system.
Researchers from the Telethon Kids Institute and UWA will investigate parents’ attitudes and concerns about immunising children against the virus — as vaccine push rolls on.
A woman with a criminal history dating back to 2008 avoided prison time after going on a crime spree and racking up almost $3000 in stolen goods.
The WA Premier has been forced into an embarrassing backdown after wrongly claiming WA received no warning there were sick crew on a livestock ship later found to be infected with COVID-19.
Peter Law, Lanai Scarr & Jenne Brammer
The Federal Government was tonight dismissing speculation Australian wine was the latest product caught in the crossfire of the trade war with China after a Perth based exporter raised the alarm.
One lucky West Australian is going to bed almost $2.5 million richer after taking out the Division One prize in tonight’s Oz Lotto draw ... and the prize has yet to be claimed.
A twist has emerged in the case against award-winning real estate agent and former rocker Daniel Gonzalez — who faces allegations of pinching rival home open signs.
The West Australian’s Federal political reporter Annabel Hennessy has been nominated for two prestigious Walkley Awards for her exclusive investigation into the wrongful incarceration of Jody Gore.
A Japanese electrical engineer who made multiple trips to Perth last year was caught randomly by customs officers with more than 3000 videos and images of child exploitation material.
Cambridge Mayor Keri Shannon has shot back after her council was threatened with a lengthy suspension over the Local Government Minister’s ‘suspicion’ of substandard governance of the town.
Josh Zimmerman and Peter de Kruijff
Councils in WA will get to carve up $73.5 million worth of roads and infrastructure funding among themselves out of a $500 million package from the Federal Government in response to COVID-19.
Peter de Kruijff
One of Perth’s biggest hotels will be reopened to the public - together with new coronavirus protections - after it was no longer needed to quarantine passengers returning from international flights.
The police officer who fatally shot Aboriginal woman Joyce Clarke in Geraldton last year will stand trial after he indicated he will fight allegations he is a murderer.
Coronavirus is quietly spreading through the community in WA — being passed around by people in their 20s and 30s — and a second wave is on the way, an infectious disease physician has warned.
Filling up in Perth tonight could save you almost $20 a tank, with some fuel stations hiking their prices tomorrow.
A new podcast for children called KidsQs — hosted by 12-year-olds Kate Jeffery and Dylan Easther — has been launched and aims to answer all the big questions that kids really care about.
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