Whales, roof-top bars and uninterrupted sunshine — it may have taken a closed border to rule out other options, but our friends in the south have finally cottoned on to Geraldton.
The number of New Zealand travellers who have made it to WA after arriving on the east coast through the trans-Tasman travel bubble has more than doubled.
Four towns along South Western Highway will now have their speed limit reduced from 50kmh to 40kmh on the main street after a successful trial period.
Like the giants of the deep that majestically breach the surface of the Indian Ocean, whale-watching tourists have also been making a splash in Geraldton.
The brother of a woman bashed to death by serial killer Reginald Arthurell has blasted a move by the soon-to-be-released prisoner to get a taxpayer-funded sex change.
The Australian wool market has risen today to its highest level since May, as the Eastern Market Indicator climbed well above 1200¢/kg.
Channel 9 news director Darren Wick has apologised to colleagues after a moment of “unacceptable madness” that saw him arrested for high range drink driving.
Matthew Benns and Derrick Krusche
A man facing a string of criminal damage and trespass charges — including watching someone sleep from their porch — has landed himself 18 months behind bars.
An elderly man pest has been jailed and banned from public transport after sexually assaulting two Brisbane teens on buses and trains.
Melburnian Nancy Sandhu and her family were victims of a fraudster from a puppy scam that started in South Australia. But they are not alone, as experts reveal what to look for.
Detectives are investigating whether a vicious brawl between warring crime clans on a south western Sydney street last week contributed to the weekend’s tit-for-tat shootings which ended in the assassination of Mejid Hamzy. SEE THE VIDEO
Mark Morri, Janet Fife-Yeomans and Nick Hansen
A South West car club has donated to a cancer care organisation in honour of a lifetime member who died late last year.
The WA Greens have elected a Noongar Yamatji woman to replace outgoing Senator Rachel Siewert, with their charge potentially becoming WA’s first female Aboriginal Senator.
The Brits had Princess Diana, the epitome of beauty and grace. All Australia ever wanted was a hairdresser who got busted in Bali hitting it hard on SAS Australia, writes Joe Hildebrand.
Construction is now under way on the first stage of the much anticipated widening of Bussell Highway between Capel and Busselton.
The woman who was killed at her home in Como overnight has been identified as Lynda Greenwood. A 39-year-old male identified as her ex-partner arrested by police this morning.
Sally Coates, Mitchell Van Homrigh
Mark McGowan is by far the most popular Premier in Australia according to new polling released this afternoon that found 84 per cent of West Australians approved of his leadership of the State.
A judge has described a devoted grandmother’s excuse for stealing more than $33,000 from her employer as “extraordinary”, sentencing the woman jail over the “significant breach of trust”.
Towering Denmark-Walpole ruckman Kalin Lane is preparing for a nervous final couple of months before the AFL draft on December 9.
A woman has been taken to hospital with suspected stab wounds after an incident in Perth’s southern suburbs this morning.
Intercept defender Lee Pavlovich was a deserving winner of Mt Barker’s league fairest and best award at their presentation evening on October 10.
A subcontractor hired to be involved in Melbourne’s hotel COVID quarantine system because of links to an AFL star was accused of inappropriate behaviour towards nurses and employees.
Young midfielder Talon Delacey claimed his first North Albany league fairest and best award at their presentation night on September 30.
A MOUNTAIN in Yorkshire, England did its best impression of Uluru on the weekend. CLICK TO SEE THE PICS
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