Officers have made their first arrests of the day as anti-lockdown protesters threatened to march in several states.
A new group of people will be targeted in a vaccine blitz, encouraging them to get the jab and reconnect with the community.
Another coronavirus scare has emerged in Western Australia but the AFL grand final in Perth has been given the green light to go ahead as planned. WATCH THE PRESS CONFERENCE HERE.
Australia has hit a major Covid-19 vaccine milestone and is now dishing out jabs faster than America and the United Kingdom.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has been lashed by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg who accused him of trying to create a distraction.
Almost 40 sexual harassment claims have been made against public sector employees in the past 12 months - with a staggering proportion of those substantiated
Mark McGowan has backflipped on a previous claim but continues to defend Attorney-General John Quigley over his decision to accept a free Margaret River helicopter flight.
The WA Government has resorted to using debt collectors to chase dozens of people who have not paid hotel quarantine bills.
Health Minister Roger Cook has refused to disclose how much St John Ambulance WA is paid for the thousands of hours they spend ramped outside the State’s overflowing public hospitals.
Five days after two Perth midwives led anti-lockdown marches in the CBD, more WA health professionals have rallied against mandatory vaccinations and COVID-19 restrictions.
The huge number of cancellations revealed by Health Director General David Russell-Weisz were intended to ease pressure on WA’s beleaguered health system.
A furious Daniel Andrews has slammed anti-vaccine protesters, revealing some of the disgusting abuse hurled at healthcare staff.
The controversial senator has slammed Melbourne’s ‘tradie’ protesters for debasing the Shrine of Remembrance, labelling their behaviour ‘a whole new low’.
There have been two serious cyber attacks launched against WA Parliament in the past 12 months, but authorities have remained tight-lipped on who they believe is responsible.
Liberal MP Ian Goodenough has narrowly survived a preselection challenge from Vince Connelly and will contest the safe seat of Moore for the fourth time at the next Federal Election.
John Quigley’s Christmas party chopper ride fails the pub test. At the very least it was an extraordinary error of judgment, for which he owes an explanation.
Liberal leader David Honey has called on Attorney General John Quigley to ‘consider his position’ after revelations he shared a December helicopter ride with Crown Perth director John Poynton.
A former NSW minister will appear before a corruption inquiry again to deal with new material he provided in relation to allegations.
Scott Morrison has taken aim at the violent protests in Melbourne, telling demonstrators they are not above the law.
The Moderna vaccine will be made available at nearly 500 WA pharmacists from today, with walk-ins welcome from over-12s.
Health Minister Roger Cook says WA is looking at mandatory jabs for construction workers. The revelation comes the as the government enacts a vaccine mandate for ‘at risk’ port workers.
A magnitude 5.8 quake has caused widespread damage in Melbourne, but one key thing has prevented a total disaster.
As mayhem erupted at yesterday’s violent protests, two men in hi-vis vests were caught on camera appearing to snort a substance.
An outraged trades union boss has made a bold suggestion to workers who choose to cause carnage instead of protest peacefully.
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