The son of Georgina Wild has said he still feels ‘numb’ over his mother’s death and wants answers instead of ‘empty promises’ from St John WA.
The millionaire businessman has said disgraced friend Nev Power is still on the board of Strike Energy because major shareholders want him there — and definitely not because of their personal relationship.
Motorists are being urged to slow down and look out for wildlife after a big spike in animal collisions.
A 14-year-old boy has been charged after allegedly bringing a knife to school and threatening a student in Perth’s southern suburbs.
A man out for a morning fish was shocked to find a horde of sharks circling their breakfast off the coast of Western Australia.
It’s feared tens of thousands of West Australians isolating at home while they are sick with COVID won’t get to vote at the Federal election.
Anthony Albanese is promising to fund a new Aboriginal cultural centre in Perth if he is elected prime minister, with Labor saying it could become the WA equivalent of the Sydney Opera House.
The daughter of a Geraldton woman who died while waiting for an ambulance has declared ‘action needs to be taken immediately’ as pressure grows on St John WA chief executive Michelle Fyfe.
Brand MHR Madeleine King has promised refurbishments for a local parent support service in Kwinana should Australia elect a Labor Government at the May 21 poll.
Rockingham Flames have lost their second match of the season, to undefeated Geraldton Buccaneers in the men’s NBL1 West match on Saturday night at Activewest Stadium.
The $90 million co-living skyscraper, which puts a modern twist on communal living, is helping young tenants beat the State’s worst ever rental crisis.
In support of Maternal Mental Health awareness week, Ngala’s NAPPY program held a ‘Yoga for Maternal Mental Health’ day.
A licensed gas fitter has been fined $3000 and ordered to pay $500 in costs for not lodging compulsory notices with WA’s energy safety regulator, 10 years after being convicted for the same offence.
Homegrown talent Alex Masibaka has finally had his chance to play rugby union on the national stage after making his debut with the Western Force.
Kwinana councillor and proud Noongar man Barry Winmar has sparked a massive donation to The Smith Family in recognition of his cultural contribution to council events.
Part of Medina’s Harry McGuigan Park is set to be renamed in recognition of its cultural and historical significance to Kwinana’s Aboriginal families.
Local Kwinana young people have let their creativity shine through with the latest beautification project at Orelia Primary School.
Shoalwater’s new Mersey Point granite seawall has come together after the final 100m of the old seawall was recently removed and replaced.
In welcome news for pedestrians and cyclists, the City of Rockingham has obtained a $325,000 grant to put towards stage one of a shared path along Rae Road.
A program that encourages young people to read to furry, four-legged audience members has received a welcome funding boost from the City of Kwinana.
Harcourts Rockingham staff will be walking from Mandurah to Rockingham to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis research.
A holistic cancer treatment centre set to support WA patients fighting the insidious disease will honour Perth girl Milli Lucas, who lost her battle with brain cancer and captured hearts across Australia.
The Liberal Party is on track to lose the blue-ribbon seat of Curtin, according to a new poll days out from the Federal election.
In tonight’s how, Harvey uses a $120 million cocaine bust by the Australian Federal Police to reveal the extraordinary story of a Mafia assassination plot targeting the AFP’s top man in WA.
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