The results of the PerthNow Facebook poll came as the Premier was forced to defend of one of his top ministers, who was accused of insulting Australians who sacrificed their lives for their country.
Briana Fiore and Geof Parry
The sale of Perth’s historic London Court could be the much-needed catalyst for change to inject life back into the city centre.
The Big Australian is primed to cash in on decade-high iron ore prices after booking record nine-month production from its Pilbara operations.
The famous beachfront cafe is set to close once the site is demolished for a new development. But could Cottesloe gain from Trigg’s loss?
Revolutionary robot bricklaying technology is to face its first public litmus test, with WA’s first robo-home to hit the market this week.
Almost nine in 10 West Australians support making the COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for international travellers, according to a poll.
Peter Law and Briana Fiore
The WACA is set to give the City of Perth a two-month deadline to commit to a swimming pool at the WACA Ground.
Journalist Rangi Hirini reflects on the Blak Deaths in Custody series as the special five-part investigation comes to an end.
Perth’s historic London Court in the heart of the city is on the market, possibly to leave WA ownership for the first time since it was built more than 80 years ago.
WA’s luxury goods market continues to boom as the sector’s key players settle into a new precinct to capitalise on the surging demand for lavish items.
Margaret Dodd says she is praying the 22-year mystery of her daughter Hayley’s final resting place is about to be solved after police began a fresh dig at the old home of her killer Francis John Wark.
Sarah Steger, Shannon Hampton and Michael Traill
Tash Peterson has accused a children’s entertainer of ‘enslaving’ ponies by dressing them up as unicorns — following and abusing their fairy-costumed handlers while young children watched.
Education Minister Sue Ellery has admitted ‘we can always do better’ at being more ‘inclusive’ following the tragic suicide of 15-year-old trans boy from Perth.
WA’s RSL boss says the State branch has no plans to place Indigenous diggers and their families at the head of Anzac Day marches or commemorations.
Many Mid West towns ravaged by cyclone Seroja will take a break from recovery efforts to pay respect to Australia’s war veterans this weekend.
Phoebe Pin, Kate Campbell, Elise Van Aken & Reuben Carder
At least four new courtrooms are needed in Perth to ease the State’s ever-increasing trial backlog — with the State’s peak association for lawyers saying our justice system is ‘overloaded’.
Forensics officers are searching a Badgingarra home, which was once lived in by Francis John Wark and is just 1km from where teenager Hayley Dodd was last seen.
Sarah Steger, Shannon Hampton & Michael Traill
Premier Mark McGowan has labelled the issue-plagued Bunbury Hospital as ‘great’ despite doctors claiming the toxic culture is still negatively impacting patient care.
Beaming from his hospital bed, three-year-old Marshall Hilzinger is too young to realise why he will always owe his remaining days to his big cousin Zahara Farrell sitting beside him.
A respiratory expert has urged residents in cyclone-ravaged towns to wear masks when handling asbestos, as it is revealed that ‘background levels’ of airborne asbestos have been detected in Kalbarri.
The pioneering winery has been sold to WA’s Jackson family, ending nearly 18 months of squabbling that reached the WA Supreme Court after the business was put into liquidation last year.
A WA drug kingpin who served ten and a half years in jail for trafficking $60m worth of drugs had only been out of prison for 15 months when he was nabbed again by police as part of a major sting.
The nickel miner has started 2021 on a stronger production footing following a first-half dogged by declining grades, higher costs and production downgrades.
A top doctor has warned of an upsurge in hand, foot and mouth disease in Perth, with kids and adults suffering painful symptoms after contracting the highly contagious virus.
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