Farmers are hopeful a Senate inquiry into alleged price gouging by Woolworths and Coles will help lift the ‘shroud of secrecy’ surrounding the supermarket duopoly’s food pricing strategies.
As Australians battle the increasing cost of living, a parliamentary inquiry will investigate if major supermarkets are price gouging to get record profits.
A nationwide overhaul of industrial relations laws has passed through the House of Representatives, angering farmers who had urged Labor to take the ‘catastrophic’ legislation back to the drawing board.
Strong leadership in the field of research and project collaboration has led to Curtin University awarding Dr Julia Easton from the School of Molecular and Life Sciences a Partnership Award.
Australia’s Inspector-General of Live Animal Exports has been granted expanded powers of oversight in an overhaul of the role the Albanese Government claims will ‘strengthen’ animal welfare.
Harvest is starting to wind down across WA, with grain growers offloading a modest 1.3 million tonnes in the latest seven-day reporting period to bring the State’s total to 10.5Mt.
The first United States manufactured Unverferth chaser bin has been sold in WA to cropper Ben Ball of RE Ball and Son, Wagin
Seven Great Southern farms were among the 43 recipients of carbon farming vouchers announced by the State Government this week.
Land owners will be paid for environmental work on their properties after laws setting up a nature repair market passed the Senate.
The legacy of WA’s apple industry and Pink Lady and Sundowner apples creator John Cripps is planned to be celebrated with a planned apple trail, organised by Mr Cripps’ daughter.
A horrific road rage incident in Broome has left a grandmother and her two young grandchildren “traumatised” as the trio’s car was rammed multiple times and the grandmother was doused with vinegar cider.
Cain Andrews and Katya Minns
Violent crime in Broome seems out of place in a holiday haven supposed to be the diamond in WA’s tourism crown. So are the reports a true reflection of the Kimberley town? Caleb Runciman flew north to find out.
A Mirrabooka high school teacher will remain behind bars for at least a month after he was arrested on school grounds and accused of trying to “procure a person believed to be under 13 for sexual activity”.
West Coast’s new recruits - including No.1 pick Harley Reid - faced added pressure at training on Friday, with incoming chief executive Don Pyke and their families watching on from the sidelines.
Blood, bandages and screams as turbulence tosses our plane around over the Indian Ocean. Then came the second wave ...
Police have confirmed a 22-year-old woman who went missing from a Connolly home has been located.
A former Liberal staffer claims she resigned in the weeks before Brittany Higgins’ alleged rape — over an argument with Bruce Lehrmann about him taking his accuser’s phone and pressuring her to drink.
Outgoing WA Cricket CEO Christina Matthews started contemplating retirement nine to 10 months ago and decided she ‘wanted to go out on top’.
State MPs claim reporting on Broome’s crime wave has turned the town into a ‘Halloween movie’, despite new police statistics showing the scale of the problem and locals saying it’s like a war zone.
The AI startup, which Musk announced in July, seeks to ‘understand the true nature of the universe’, according to its website.
Supply-chain dysfunction, rising interest rates and protectionism are making life tough.
Nearly 2500 fossil fuel lobbyists are estimated to have been granted access to the COP28 climate conference, according to an analysis from advocacy groups, reflecting a sharp increase from last year.
A fight over the future of fossil fuels has been thrust into the global spotlight at the COP28 climate summit.
Rebecca Le May
Josh Zimmerman and Katina Curtis
Cally Dupe and Aidan Smith
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