WA’s shark-monitoring network will be widened to the popular Capes region before rollout of the smart drum-line trial, the State Government says.
WA Airbnb hosts have launched a campaign arguing for a level playing field for home sharing, challenging the views that they are killing local tourism providers.
Manual cars remain the vehicles of choice for new drivers in WA but figures show a 50 per cent increase in the number of automatic licences issued in the past five years.
Desperate West Coast Eagles fans are paying up to $500 for tickets to the first AFL finals game at Optus Stadium.
So-called “nanny state” laws covering e-cigarettes, mandatory bike helmets and lifejackets are to be scrutinised by State Parliament.
Cabinet ministers will consider a landmark parliamentary report that has recommended laws to allow West Australians to access voluntary euthanasia.
WA should introduce laws to allow terminally ill people to access voluntary euthanasia, a landmark parliamentary report has argued.
Voluntary euthanasia is about to become a major political issue in WA, with opposing sides of the divisive issue revealing they will campaign hard when Parliament considers the matter.
Voters in the Federal seat of Stirling have thrown their support behind embattled Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull with many saying they were tired of the matter.
Police are investigating a sinister note sent to the house of Tony Buti, which threatened “strange things will happen to your family” unless he “fixed the taxi industry”.
Three crooked officials who were exposed in the bombshell Corruption and Crime Commission report on a decades-long bribery scandal have until midday tomorrow to respond to payment demands from State.
A fight is brewing between one of Australia’s biggest beer companies and a new WA political party over the use of a black swan logo.
EXCLUSIVE, Dylan Caporn
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