The falling iron price may claim another victim with Mount Gibson considering the future of its newly opened Shine mine.
The 2020-21 state finances annual report released late Friday reveals that WA’s operating surplus for that year hit $5.8 billion.
His comments come after a tumultuous week in Victoria, where protesters clashed with unions and police, rallying over mandatory jabs.
WA authorities say there will be no disruption to the AFL grand final at this stage despite a NSW truck driver testing positive for COVID-19 after driving through the state […]
The New South Wales truck driver returned a negative test on September 13 before driving with a co-driver across the country and entering WA on September 16. Three days later […]
Gavin Charles Pollock allegedly used fake invoices to channel tens of thousands of dollars worth of council cash to the bank account of a sex worker, a report by the […]
The opposition has taken aim at the WA Child Protection Minister after a damning report into the Department of Communities was released last week.
It will now be left to the poor voters in his WA seat of Pearce to determine just how immune the electorate has become to the litany of scandals, conflicts […]
The scenario paints a bleak picture for rural areas with lower than average vaccination rates, and could lead to some towns being shut off from the rest of the state.
For the second year in a row Melbourne misses out hosting the AFL’s night of nights for daring dresses (and sporting prowess).
While Perth itself is not in lockdown and COVID-19 restrictions in WA are minimal, the crowd voiced support for other protests around the country on Saturday.
Unwanted touching, bullying and demands for sex in exchange for career advancement is the lot for some WA women mine workers, according to submissions to a parliamentary inquiry released today.
Vaccine commander and WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson confirmed he was looking at suitable buses that could handle refrigeration units needed to keep the vaccines cold.
The decision to keep the maintenance in South Australia is a blow to the McGowan government’s three-year campaign to move the work to WA.
We in NSW need to thank that unmasked taxi driver back in June, otherwise, we would still all be unvaccinated, and drifting along in a dream, much like WA.
The AFL has announced that this year’s grand final will be played in Perth, with the timeslot set to be later than usual due to the time difference in WA […]
NDIS Minister Linda Reynolds said the WA government’s attempt to blame NDIS participants for its underinvestment in the state hospital system and support services was “appalling”.
Spin might get you through the daily news cycle, but the work of governing catches up with you in the end. It is dizzying trying to keep up with the […]
While Mark McGowan has repeatedly said his aim is to keep COVID out of WA until Phase D, the Commonwealth has control of international arrivals and wants to resume overseas […]
Health Department Director General David Russell-Weisz told 6PR on Monday morning multi-day category two and three surgeries would be cancelled, affecting between 600 and 800 surgeries.
Contact tracing is under way in WA after two new cases of COVID-19 were detected on Friday.
Business is booming for those “in the cave” of Western Australia, where there are few signs of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Once a high-flying Perth multi-millionaire, Zhenya Tsvetnenko will be extradited to the United States to face one of the biggest telecom scams in American history.
Police Commissioner Chris Dawson is tasked with improving the state’s vaccination rates which are the worst in the country at 27.2 per cent for second doses and 45.9 per cent […]
The activists were charged with property damage and ordered to pay $2000 for writing slogans criticising oil and gas giant Woodside with chalk paint on a pedestrian bridge.
WA Premier Mark McGowan has given a deadline for West Australians stuck in NSW to make it back before the government changes its stance on compassionate travel.
The group of Liberal powerbrokers, known as ‘The Clan’, used the chat to Liberal pre-selections and other party processes and referred to factional rivals with nicknames such as ‘Pork Chops’.
Federal Liberal politician Andrew Hastie has formally been added to a defamation lawsuit against WAtoday launched by an influential WA businessman.
New Zealand have already wrapped up a series victory but there is doubt surrounding the third match at Optus Stadium.
Thirty-six per cent of women and 10 per cent of men indicated they had experienced a form of sexual harassment in the past year in West Australian mines a new […]