A police family liaison officer has spent the week with Ajit Khan’s family in Katanning, keeping them up-to-date on the search.
Albany pharmacies will be part of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout after the Federal Government opened the gates to eligible pharmacies across the country.
Councillors unanimously endorsed the budget with no debate on Tuesday night, with City chief executive Andrew Sharpe calling it a “very responsible budget” produced in a “very challenging time”.
Emergency services received a call about 2.15pm about farmers stranded on two separate properties which had been cut off by flood waters.
Russell Wynne, 24, was left fighting for his life after a brawl in Albany’s CBD in the early hours of July 18.
Police hold grave fears for Katanning man Ajit Khan, 34, who is understood not to be a strong swimmer.
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Flood water levels rose at the search area over the weekend due to heavy rainfall.
Major crash investigators are calling for information about the crash.
All the action from round 12 of the Great Southern Football League at the weekend.
Whether it is a drunken scuffle or an all-in brawl, there are enough challenges to deal with in life without senseless violence on our streets.
What Railways and Royals must respectively overcome to win Sunday’s top-of-the-table clash.
Prominent Perth businessman John Poynton has revealed details of a pact he signed with James Packer after the billionaire stepped away from his gambling empire.
In the midst of an epic Olympic gold rush in Tokyo on Wednesday, flame-haired Annabelle McIntyre became the first WA rower to win an Olympic gold medal.
The toughest category to judge due to the number of exceptional drops, particularly in the shiraz and pinot noir varieties.
Mick Sheehy is highly regarded across the northern Australian cattle industry, having worked throughout the supply chain across WA, the NT and Indonesia.
The Chamber of Minerals and Energy’s local manager is looking forward to continuing his work in a thriving resources sector with Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s future looking bright
Rodney Badal appeared via video link from Bidyadanga to South Hedland Magistrates Court last week and pleaded guilty to assaulting the woman and subsequently breaching bail conditions.
The bench’s decision to grant CFMEU Mining and Energy their appeal against the agreement, which would have reduced breaks and other entitlements for staff.
Gold’s bullish run started before the onset of the long-running COVID-19 pandemic and there has been little to suggest the commodity is about to crash.
WA building materials giant BGC claims two former senior executives were at the centre of a scam where its builders’ supplies arm paid inflated prices for steel products.
Mark McGowan has accused the Prime Minister of ignoring those hurting in WA while taking another swipe at NSW’s failure to crush the deadly Delta strain.
The number of hours ambulances spent ramped outside WA hospitals last month has hit a record high. It comes as unions slam the government for placing frontline workers in a ‘perilous position.’
The alignment of two new bridges that would replace the 83-year-old Fremantle Traffic Bridge have been unveiled. The announcement was attended by protesters who oppose the controversial project.
Returning to the family nest may be a daunting prospect for some but a growing number of people in Perth are opting to house children, parents and grandchildren under the same roof.
A 37-year-old road worker is fighting for life after being struck by a car in Silver Sands overnight.
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