“Your record makes it clear you are currently a danger to any woman who is in an intimate personal relationship with you,” Judge Linda Petrusa said.
Sarah Makse and Kellie Balaam
Detectives are investigating a serious assault that left a young man with a broken jaw during an Upper Great Southern Football League reserves match in Katanning.
Cameron Newbold & Liam Croy
Albany builder Schlager Homes was placed into liquidation last week, owing $2.75 million to creditors.
Shire of Denmark council has watered-down its planned holiday home rate hike, amending the proposal and sending it out for public comment.
Three dedicated community members have received the Medal of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
A Kalgan man has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honours in recognition of more than 50 years of community work.
With about 50 members in the Ace Camera Club, Bobm Symons is hoping to attracted some younger faces.
Directed by Anne Sorenson and Nelson Blake Gilmour, the musical will be performed by a cast of local artists.
The Narrikup man narrowly avoided an immediate jail term, receiving a 12-month sentence, conditionally suspended.
Police “couldn’t measure” the number of breaches he had committed, estimating the total at more than 400.
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A kayaker who came close to freezing to death after he capsized off the Safety Bay coastline yesterday has thanked the brave rescuers who saved him from a watery grave.
In a statement released late Friday, Nyamba Buru Yawuru announced chief executive Susan Bergersen had stepped down from her tole on June 4.
A coronial inquest into the suicide of a young boy has been told he had 30 caseworkers assigned to him in just over a decade and ‘needed a sense of continuity.’
The grandmother said she was chased along the street with blood streaming down her face before she took refuge in a neighbour’s home
A former taxi driver faced fury from his alleged victim’s family outside court yesterday after pleading not guilty to slicing a passenger’s throat and leaving him on a Beresford Street.
Millions was allegedly hidden inside a sand filter cleaning the pool at a Morley property — one of dozens raided earlier this month using intelligence gleaned from the trojan horse app ‘AN0M’.
New South Wales is demanding the ‘unwinding’ of a new GST deal that finally stops Western Australian being ripped off – joining a chorus of whingers on the east crying poor.
This weekend marks one year since the beginning of the end for what was WA’s most powerful and largest bikie gang.
From virtual reality to motorised bicycle races, students and teachers from public schools across WA will show off the fun ways they are learning science, technology, engineering and maths.
The 30-year-old had a penchant for luxury vehicles, and travelled the globe while he earned just $270 a week in Centrelink payments. So, how did he afford to live this so-called ‘high life’?
A lifelong criminal is back behind bars for raping a vulnerable and intoxicated 15-year-old girl in Northbridge after baiting her with alcohol.
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