A man repeatedly punched a woman while she was breastfeeding their six-week-old son, then dragged her by her hair through her home — all while she clung to the baby. WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT.
Skaters of all ages took their final lap around The Track on Sunday as the Albany Roller Derby League bid farewell to its home of more than three years.
Albany-raised personal trainer Nat Bakker will embark on a gruelling 100km ultra-trail run in the Stirling Range National Park on Sunday to raise money for charity
Promising two-year-old filly Hoi An delivered Albany trainer Roy Rogers his second Group 3 victory this season after claiming the $200,000 WA Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Ascot on Saturday
The sixth and final leg of the Albany and Districts Tennis League wrapped up with strong competitor numbers and featured a teams event at Lawley Park Tennis Club on Sunday
Hollywood actor Kate Walsh is bringing her star power to CinefestOZ Albany.
Royals midfielder Kylie Douglas capped a superb season by winning her first Great Southern Football League women’s fairest and best award
Two Albany juveniles who went on a school-holiday vandalism spree have pleaded guilty to causing $15,000 worth of damage to Flinders Park Primary School.
Royals secured their spot in the 2021 Great Southern Football League women’s grand final after a hard fought victory over Denmark-Walpole in the preliminary final at Centennial Stadium on Friday night
On the 30th anniversary of the royal commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody, this five part investigation asks ‘why are people still dying?’. WATCH THE FIRST EPISODE NOW
A 15-year-old trans boy who took his life has been farewelled in two funerals and will have two different names on separate memorials after his estranged parents agreed to divide his ashes.
The West Australian has you covered this footy season with every top-tier Aussie rules competition in WA broadcast live including WAFLW, WAFL colts, SWFL and WAFL league.
Excitement has come to a head in Busselton as one of the best running events in the South West is finally going ahead after its postponement due to COVID-19.
Dozens of Ni-Vanuatu workers have landed in Kununurra to relieve local businesses struggling with staff shortages, but there are concerns it could be weeks before more international workers arrive
A “well-respected” Aboriginal elder who sexually abused two cousins more than 30 years ago as a teenager has been sentenced to 100 hours of community service in Geraldton today.
A respiratory expert has urged residents in cyclone-ravaged towns to wear masks when handling asbestos, as it is revealed that ‘background levels’ of airborne asbestos have been detected in Kalbarri.
Beaming from his hospital bed, three-year-old Marshall Hilzinger is too young to realise why he will always owe his remaining days to his big cousin Zahara Farrell sitting beside him.
The results of the PerthNow Facebook poll came as the Premier was forced to defend of one of his top ministers, who was accused of insulting Australians who sacrificed their lives for their country.
Briana Fiore and Geof Parry
The sale of Perth’s historic London Court could be the much-needed catalyst for change to inject life back into the city centre.
The Big Australian is primed to cash in on decade-high iron ore prices after booking record nine-month production from its Pilbara operations.
The famous beachfront cafe is set to close once the site is demolished for a new development. But could Cottesloe gain from Trigg’s loss?
Revolutionary robot bricklaying technology is to face its first public litmus test, with WA’s first robo-home to hit the market this week.
Almost nine in 10 West Australians support making the COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for international travellers, according to a poll.
Peter Law and Briana Fiore
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