A man called Kalgoorlie rangers over concerns about a dangerous homemade fence, but then headbutted a ranger while he was working to remove it.
A Nannup teenager who got behind the wheel of a car drunk and accidentally ran over his best friend during a night of partying has been sentenced to a nine-month intensive youth supervision order.
A baker who cooked up a scheme to import nearly 25 litres of liquid ecstasy through the post — enough of the drug to keep him supplied for up to 20 years — has been jailed for more than three years.
A 68-year-old woman has been left blinded in one eye after what police allege is vicious attack at the hands of another woman aged in her 60s to whom she had lent $100.
A least one inmate is being questioned after patched Rebels bikie Jason Kemp was found unconscious with severe head and facial injuries at Casuarina Prison this morning.
One of the siblings charged over the multi-million dollar Fremantle Ports corruption scandal allegedly orchestrated by her father has successfully had her bail changed so she can leave the state.
A former National Australia Bank employee who stole tens of thousands of dollars from customers’ accounts to pay off debts has been spared jail and handed a suspended term.
The 43-year-old man involved in a brawl outside a Bunbury pub on Saturday has lost his fight for life, but charges over his death are yet to be upgraded.
The Federal corporate watchdog has banned investment manager Robert Marie from the financial services game amid an ongoing investigation into the failed rent-for-life group Sterling First.
A woman who rammed another car while driving at nearly 100km/h over the speed limit — and four times over the legal alcohol limit — has been jailed for more than five years.
The High Court has ordered Clive Palmer to pay the State Government’s costs over his abandoned contempt suit against Premier Mark McGowan.
A board member of WA’s gambling regulator believes Crown Casino ‘obstructed’ them when it insisted allegations of links to organised crime and money laundering were a media beat-up.
A former champion boxer accused of murdering a woman at a Welshpool demolition business is considering a bail application with his trial under threat of delay.
A ‘trained killer’ who fatally stabbed his estranged partner inside Joondalup Courthouse says he should be cleared of murder because if he intended to kill he would have done it more ‘efficiently’.
The brother of WA soccer star Josh Risdon has been released on bail following a violent brawl outside a Bunbury pub that left a 43-year-old man clinging to life.
One of the five people so far charged in relation to WA’s biggest alleged cattle duffing bust has entered a plea of not guilty in Carnarvon this morning.
The man accused of trying to set fire to an Aboriginal woman and her daughter while sporting a back-to-front swastika on his forehead has appeared back in court to renew his bail.
Former West Coast Eagle Adam Hunter has appeared in court again, over serious allegations that he broke into his partner’s Victoria Park home, assaulted her and prevented her from leaving.
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The brother of WA soccer star Josh Risdon has been charged with grievous bodily harm following a violent brawl outside a Bunbury pub which left a 43-year-old man clinging to life.
Casey Allum was just eight when her stepfather assaulted her. Her abuser — a creep well-known in the community — told her it was a joke. Now she’s calling for change to help others.
The brother of WA soccer star Josh Risdon is being interviewed by police over an ‘altercation’ outside a Bunbury pub, which left a 43-year-old man clinging to life in hospital.
The executors of Len Buckeridge’s estate have succeeded in toning down a $230 million legal action by the billionaire building mogul’s widow Siok Puah Koh.
Roger James Montgomerie is accused of sexually abusing three young children more than 30 years ago, including a five-year-old girl.
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