Dockers fans far outweighed West Coast’s, but there was a good feeling in the air as WA footy fans showed their true colours ahead of the first AFL fixture featuring […]
Police say the 49-year-old flaunted quarantine rules and flew straight to a Pilbara mine site for work after arriving in WA from Victoria earlier this month.
Health Minister Roger Cook introduced the new measures to limit the spread of the virus on Friday as WA recorded two new cases overnight; one a 45-year-old Perth man who […]
On arrival at the airport the woman was issued with a self-quarantine direction as per border rules, requiring her to isolate within her home for 14 days.
Western Australia will undergo a litmus test over how well it has managed the virus spread – and if it could host an AFL grand final – when football returns […]
According to figures released on Thursday, the Pilbara Ports Authority saw off 717.2 million tonnes of product in the 2019-20 financial year, an increase of 19.9 million tonnes.
Western Australia will lock down its border even further to Victoria from midnight tonight with Health Minister Roger Cook telling visitors from the virus-ridden state they’re “not welcome”.
The Melbourne Vixens and Collingwood Magpies will likely be relocated to NSW ahead of Super Netball’s August 1 start date, but Western Australia, as well as Queensland and South Australia, […]
A new report has declared it could be feasible to make essential elements needed for lithium batteries in Western Australia.
West Australian bikie Troy Mercanti has been arrested again after returning to WA from over east having allegedly attended a gang funeral, potentially breaching his post sentence supervision order.
The Victorian clubs are all set for imminent extended stints in interstate hubs. Most Victorian clubs will exit the state after this round with only two games likely in Victoria […]
The Commonwealth may focus on the gas industry as an economic lifeline, but we in the west could take a new path, says a group advising the state government.
Richmond champion Dustin Martin has been forced out of the Tigers side to play Hawthorn after suffering bruised ribs last week.
Stormy weather in Perth will further delay a shipment of about 35,000 sheep bound for the Middle East after a COVID-19 outbreak caused the first setback.
Warakurna in WA has the only Indigenous staffed and run police station in the state.
The WA Labor government is being accused of “shocking double standards” after Health Minister Roger Cook said his wife Carly Lane was planning to represent him at an anti-racism rally […]
Queensland and Tasmania have intervened in businessman and former politician Clive Palmer’s High Court challenge to Western Australia’s border restrictions.
A drug developed by the University of Western Australia’s spinout company Dimerix will be used in a global trial to treat patients with respiratory distress.
One of Rio Tinto’s largest shareholders says the miner’s destruction of an ancient site in WA calls into question its commitment to doing what is right, not just what is […]
The caves in WA are the only inland site in Australia to showing evidence of continual human occupation through the last Ice Age.
A 12-year-old boy has been charged over the death of a girl thrown from the tray of the ute he was driving in far north Western Australia.
WA’s small bar and restaurant players can resume their bustling trade from June 6 along with clubs, pubs and hotels.
Footage of animals dying aboard the ship led to a major overhaul in the way the country deals with live exports. But it’s still sailing, albeit under a new name.
After almost 30 years of searching the universe, astronomers using WA’s state-of-the-art telescope have finally solved the mystery of “missing matter” tracing back to the Big Bang.
About 30,000 Western Power customers across the state have been affected by power outages and problems caused by the storm so far, with the service provider already receiving more than […]
WA has had another day of zero new cases of COVID-19 overnight as Premier Mark McGowan continues to vividly defend his decision to keep borders to the rest of Australia […]
Clive Palmer said the closures breached Section 92 of the Constitution which states trade, commerce, and intercourse among the states shall be absolutely free.
BOM’s Neil Bennett said a similar event to this one occurred in June 2012, and resulted in more than 600 calls for assistance and 170,000 homes without power.
China’s consul-general to WA Dong Zhihua has “moved to Beijing”, according to a social media post that appeared in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
More West Australians experiencing a ‘personal crisis’ than ever before have reached out for suicide prevention and mental health support services during isolation due to COVID-19.