Last week’s vote at the Australian Club probably made a few people squirm down at Number 3, Barrack Street, Perth...
Liberal leader David Honey says he has no intention of resigning his membership of the men’s only Weld Club, saying there were plenty of examples of female-only establishments.
They’re out of the Christmas Island detention centre which has been their home for two years, but supporters of the Murugappan family won’t quit until they are back home in Biloela.
The housing boom has propelled nearly a dozen new suburbs into the million-dollar club, with Booragoon among the surprise entries to tick over the milestone median price.
The club is famously private, but today The West Australian can for the first time reveal the names of all its 842 members.
When Weld Club members and guests enter the heritage listed clubhouse, they must adhere to a strict set of rules.
The dozers and excavators that do the lifting and shifting in the mining industry are coming to Perth — and West Australians are being invited to get up close and personal with them.
Brianna Dugan and Ben Harvey
A Statewide shortage of relief teachers is ‘the canary in the coal mine’ for schools, the teachers’ union has warned.
It is the exclusive, secretive men-only club where Perth powerbrokers from legal, political and business circles meet...
A dispute between neighbours over kids riding dirt bikes that escalated into allegations of spying and stalking has ended up in WA’s highest court with one party being banned from filming the other.
Perth Airport has told the State Government it is open to discussing possible locations on its estate for a purpose-built quarantine centre.
Parents claim kids are being pumped full of food via feeding tubes to reach a minimum weight and then sent home without psychological treatment in order to free up beds.
A motorbike rider who left an elderly cyclist fighting for his life after an alleged hit-and-run in Perth’s south-east has faced court for the first time.
A six-month trial of the nUWAy bus started on the University of WA campus today, picking up students along a 500m stretch of road.
A Rebels bikie accused of violently trying to extort a mother of thousands of dollars in front of her child may be given home detention bail.
A Perth man allegedly blackmailed so many girls from around the world to record sex acts he will need his own courtroom to hear all the charges.
Christ Church Grammar School wants to use the sale of an old oval to pay back the cost of cleaning up a rubbish tip for more sports fields nearby.
Victoria Rifici & Jon Bassett
An award-winning detective who ‘stupidly’ used the WA Police computer system to find the personal details of a woman he met on Snapchat has copped a big fine.
A kayaker has been taken to hospital after being rescued off Safety Bay just before 6pm yesterday.
Perth, the Wheatbelt and much of the South West woke to frosty conditions, with the mercury dipping as low as 2C in the metropolitan area and -1.4C in Wandering.
Troy de Ruyter
And if the Police Commissioner says accessing the data helps him solve a serious crime, what difference if they know I went to the movies, the footy or out for dinner?
McGovern will build a townhouse on Bow River Crescent in Burswood, which sits within a few hundred metres from the stadium and Matagarup Bridge.
Mark McGowan is set to receive fresh health advice about whether WA’s remaining COVID restrictions can be lifted, almost a year after the move to Phase 5 was shelved.
West Australians in their 50s will now be offered the Pfizer vaccine after an increase in the prevalence of AstraZeneca-linked blood clots led to revised advice.
Josh Zimmerman & Peter Law
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