An ‘out-of-control’ boy has been sentenced after a shocking spree in which he stabbed a taxi driver 20 times before attacking two men in their home with a meat cleaver.
Danielle Le Messurier & Sarah Ison
A snorkelling and fishing trip with mates has ended in tragedy off the Onslow coast after one of the men died on Saturday afternoon.
Journalist Rangi Hirini has offered a candid reflection on the death of a young woman who died in custody in her hometown, discussing honestly the impact it had on her.
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development confirmed the attack and urged people to take caution in the area
The Ken Brinsden-led miner has booked record quarterly production from its flagship Pilgangoora mine as prices for its battery-focused product improve significantly.
Scott Morrison told a Karratha business breakfast more jobs would be created as a result of the move to a more green industry and there was a bright future ahead as heavy industry decarbonised.
Eight junior rugby league players from the Pilbara will have the chance to play alongside the best WA has to offer after being named as part of the State side.
More than 100 of the North West’s best riders converged on Karratha to battle it out for supremacy in the opening round of the North West Championships.
Karratha residents young and old were treated to a dance spectacular this month when the West Australian Ballet came to town.
A once-in-a-generation tourism development opportunity on the Point Samson coast has been labelled a game-changer by the local tourism body.
Music is a living, breathing thing. That was the message Stephen Pigram and the Sonus Ensemble wanted to leave with children who took part in a percussion workshop at the Karijini Experience.
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.
A former boxing coach accused of raping a teenage girl in July last year has pleaded not guilty to working with kids without a valid Working With Children Check.
The agenda for the meeting made public last night contains very little detail
Motorists who drive on one of the most dangerous roads in the South West have been put on notice after speed-limit reductions came into effect this month.
A Busselton man who used his jetski to intimidate a father and his two children by repeatedly swamping their boat has narrowly avoided jail time after being criticised by a South West magistrate.
Unseen footage and untold stories are being revealed at Albany’s Historic Whaling Station through Whaler’s Tales — an oral history project celebrating the 40th Australian Heritage Festival.
Construction of the main building of Albany’s first radiation oncology service will start next month.
Former star AFL coach and player Dani Laidley has been awarded a compensation payout over an ‘appalling’ photo leak while in custody.
The West Australian Institute of Sport has confirmed that some current staff members are named in historic allegations of bullying, body shaming and verbal abuse against its former gymnasts.
An interstate investigation is underway after a Victorian man tested positive to COVID-19 after contracting the virus in Perth hotel quarantine.
A Perth man who allegedly posed as a celebrity online to blackmail almost 300 girls to record sex acts has been charged with another 65 offences, bringing the total number to 312.
One of the former gymnasts at the centre of WA Institute of Sport abuse allegations says child athletes were regularly called ‘fat, lazy and stupid’ and made to compete with broken bones.
If WA swimmer Holly Barratt launches into the Olympic pool in the Tokyo Games in July, her performance will be one for the ages — regardless of whether she takes home gold.
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