Fremantle’s tent city is on track to be dismantled by the end of the weekend, with every rough sleeper now being offered “appropriate accommodation” and authorities preparing to issue move-on notices.
Josh Zimmerman, Daryna Zadvirna & Michael Traill
Supporters of a splinter group in Nepal's ruling party have protested in Kathmandu against their prime minister dissolving the country's parliament.
A study by a prominent adviser to Japan's pandemic response says the government's domestic tourism campaign may have contributed to a surge in COVID-19 cases.
The first person Sam Burgess called after a blowup with his father-in-law was a well-known adviser and “fix-it man”. Phoebe reached out to three people before dialling triple-0. SEE WHO THEY CALLED
Regis Aged Care executives from Melbourne have flown into Perth — bypassing WA’s mandatory 14-day quarantine — to host crisis talks at the company’s Nedlands facility.
WA’s biggest employers say they are unlikely to make the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for their staff as they finalise their policies around the national rollout of the jab.
TWO people walked away from a car crash arguing in the middle of a Darwin street after smashing into a concrete bus stop
A rock fisherman swept from the rocks at Wattamolla on Friday is in critical condition, and authorities have urged people to know their limits in the water this Australia Day long weekend.
Peel Cricket Association have claimed the 2021 Boan Cup after defeating Albany and Districts in the senior country week final today, led by a superb century from teenager Corey Wasley
Taj Stubber and Cameron Newbold
Queensland’s Maritime Museum is pinning all its hopes on this weekend’s trial re-opening being a sell-out to keep the besieged attraction open in the long-term.
One of the men who allegedly sexually attacked a teenage girl in the early hours of New Year’s Day — an attack police have linked to Fremantle’s makeshift homeless camp — has appeared in court.
Jon Sullivan, a politician who represented Queenslanders for more than a decade, has passed away.
The Family Court system may be broken, but the Australian Family Association’s suggested changes to divorce law will only open the door for more heartache and more pain. Here’s why.
A Brisbane District Court jury has found Sakaria Taufao deliberately turned off his ride-share app before raping a teenager in 2015.
A 36-year-old man threatened to kill a campsite caretaker who took a baseball bat to one of his dogs in Parryville on New Year’s Day.
Western Australia's government has moved to shut down a troubled homeless camp in Fremantle amid criticism from advocates.
Minutes after being sentenced in the Downing Centre Local Court, Comanchero bikie Tarek Zahed learned was arrested again. This time for an alleged punch-up inside the new Sydney Crown casino.
Tennis champion Margaret Court is calling on dissenters to make peace, saying “it’s time to stop” what she calls bullying behaviour.
Rhianna Mitchell, Daryna Zadvirna, Staff writers
Nick Kyrgios has emerged from the storm surrounding the Australian Open as the unexpected voice of reason, but when the controversial tennis star shaped up against Novak Djokovic this week he was again showing a side we’ve too often ignored.
David Meddows and Amy Harris
Tennis champion Margaret Court said she was ‘very disappointed’ by both the backlash, and the leaking of the news, but insisted she would continue to voice her beliefs.
People flocked to Frost Park to be a part of this year’s Grapes and Gallops festival last Sunday
Germany's death toll from the coronavirus has passed 50,000 after the country saw higher levels of infection in autumn and winter.
In a case that shocked even seasoned police, it took the bravery of an eight-year-old girl to speak up to finally make a predator face justice for his sick crimes.
Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young has renewed her plea for people to get a COVID-19 test after viral fragments were found in wastewater at four Queensland locations.
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