A Perth man has denied he intentionally ran over his pregnant ex-girlfriend after she broke up with him, leaving her with leg injuries so serious she had to be airlifted to hospital.
Woolworths says it ‘deeply regrets’ a shocking incident at a WA store that left two young relatives of Indigenous football great Nicky Winmar feeling they had been targeted in racial profiling.
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A Woolworths employee was stacking shelves alone in the pet food aisle when she was stabbed in the back in a ‘completely random attack’.
Deputy Premier Roger Cook has commented on a rift between Premier Mark McGowan and Basil Zempilas after the Perth Lord Mayor was not invited to a major announcement.
Perth has been drenched with up to 25mm of rain in 24 hours— but that could be nothing compared with the huge downpour on the horizon.
WA Police have piled more pressure on the fast-growing Mongols bikie gang, hitting a senior member with the State’s second anti-consorting notice.
Two young relatives of Indigenous football great Nicky Winmar, claim they were targeted in a shocking incident of racial profiling at a Woolworths store in WA.
UPDATE: Police have deemed the death of a woman whose body was discovered by children in bushland in Kelmscott as not suspicious.
The 41-year-old accused of starting the Wooroloo bushfire has denied an allegation that he failed to take reasonable precautions to prevent the blaze, which destroyed 86 homes.
Police have taken a man into custody after a Leeming home was targeted by a gunman this morning. Two shots rang out during the attack on the property where a young family live.
Most WA teenagers who say they are addicted to vaping are regretful they started but have a poor understanding of how e-cigarettes harm them, according to a new study.
WA’s Commissioner for Children and Young People says assurances from the State that youth detainees moved to an isolated unit at Casuarina Prison would be safely supported ‘do not appear to be bearing out’.
The Anketell-Thomas corridor has been identified as the primary freight route for the new outer harbour, which is being built to replace Fremantle Port from as early as 2032.
WA Mines Minister Bill Johnston has called for gender quotas in the State’s resources industry to combat sexual misconduct, arguing it would be a clear indication a company wants to change its culture.
WA’s Transport Minister Rita Saffioti has conceded there are ‘no excuses’ for Premier Mark McGowan and more than half of his Cabinet racking up speeding fines.
Emblazoned with the words ‘Made in WA’, the first of the new C-series rail cars will still need to complete 12 months of testing on live tracks before taking passengers next year.
Danny Hodgson is considering what legal action he can take for compensation after he was left with catastrophic injuries when he was coward punched by a teenager who was on bail for other crimes.
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A teenager has been charged in connection to a violent altercation in Cockburn where a group of teens was allegedly threatened with a knife before one of their bags was stolen.
Authorities are probing the cause of a car fire in an underground carpark at a Mandurah shopping centre.
The State’s top health official has declared WA ‘is over the worst’ of the current COVID wave and while new strains could raise their ugly heads, attention must now be turned to containing monkeypox.
Perth’s public hospitals have been forced to declare hundreds of code yellows in the past year as capacity issues continue to plague the health system.
Perth woman Penny White is inspiring her neighbours to grow and share food, with her adorable Community Patch in her front yard, filled with salad greens and herbs.
A young boy who was stranded alone in the ocean for nearly two hours was found clinging to steel struts under a Garden Island causeway bridge during a terrifying ordeal that has left him with severe anxiety.
Heading to WA Museum Boola Bardip on a gloomy Saturday afternoon to escape the rain has resulted in one Perth family scoring a unique prize.
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