The catastrophic crisis at Crown was met with a ‘complete vacuum’ of information to the board running the casino in Perth, according to one of the members of that board.
Cottesloe councillors have declined to debate a proposal to investigate using the Indignenous name Mudurup for parts of the popular beach precinct.
A magistrate has found the boyfriend of a woman who snuck into Western Australia on a truck was ‘directly and actively’ involved in the crime.
A City of Nedlands councillor has put forward a somewhat bizarre motion to ban indoor wood heaters in the district.
The WA policeman who was the first serving officer to be charged with murder in almost 100 years after he fatally shot an Aboriginal woman outside her home is ready to stand trial later this year.
Queensland authorities are tracking down other passengers on a Perth to Brisbane flight after a traveller tested positive for COVID-19.
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A West Australian with a terminal illness has voluntarily ended their own life, becoming the first in the State to make use of new legislation that came into effect at the start of the month.
As six million Sydneysiders stare down the barrel of another month of lockdown, the NSW Government has confirmed a worrying spike in local cases and two new deaths. SEE THE LATEST COVID UPDATES.
A man in his 30s who was attacked by a lemon shark while on a fishing charter off a remote Pilbara island is in a stable condition in Royal Perth Hospital.
Get ready to unleash your inner ninja — a parkour obstacle course is set to test the skills of fitness fans leaping up Perth’s ‘Jacob’s Ladder of the North’.
A Perth man who bought a Lotto ticket while couch surfing because of home renovations has won his second Division One prize in 20 years.
Almost 30 per cent of workers in WA’s public healthcare system are not vaccinated against COVID-19, despite being prioritised when the rollout began five months ago.
John Poynton told the Crown Perth royal commission he now felt he had been kept out of the loop by senior casino bosses — including a man he shared drinks with just last Friday.
A Scarborough man is expected to face Perth Magistrate’s Court on Thursday charged with indecent assault over an alleged attack on a woman at a Pilbara mine site.
Fortescue will undertake a major security review of all worksites in the wake of a sex attack allegation at one of its Pilbara sites and after a spate of rape claims industry-wide.
Meetings of the board ostensibly in charge of overseeing the running of Crown Perth sometimes lasted less than 30 mins, while non-executive directors were paid tens of thousands of dollars to attend.
A controversial Perth mayor is under fire for describing a child, who had just received their Australian citizenship, as the next ‘darker skinned’ Nat Fyfe.
Farmers across WA have been urged to get out into their paddocks and search for signs of mice, after unusually early reports of mice damage near Geraldton
West Australians aged 60-64 are the most AstraZeneca resistant cohort in the nation, with nearly 45 per cent yet to receive a first vaccine jab nearly three months after it was first offered to them.
The man wrapped his arm around the woman’s neck on a shared pedestrian-bike path near Subiaco Road.
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.
Six more COVID-19 cases have been detected on board the MV Darya Krishna while one seafarer taken from the cargo ship Monday is in intensive care at Fiona Stanley Hospital.
A Kiara man accused of killing a WA dad during a violent altercation outside a South Hedland home will stand trial to defend the allegation.
A Perth man is pleading for the return of his Dennis Lillee cricket bat — valued at $10,000 — which was not returned after a high-profile charity match.
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