Scott Morrison has declared "we are now all Victorians" in a rallying cry of support for the state as it battles a rising number of coronavirus cases — and says WA has no case to cap flights.
Annabel Hennessy and Sarah Ison
The ATO argues that Alcoa of Australia underpriced its alumina sales over a 20-year period to Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C, one of the largest aluminium smelters in the world.
After a fierce bidding war, WA billionaire Andrew Forrest has emerged as the buyer of a Kimberley high-quality cattle station.
A former WA police officer charged with more than 100 sex offence for allegedly drugging and raping a series of women, is facing further charges after two more victims have come forward.
While coronavirus restrictions tighten in Victoria, WA may be moving even closer to normality with plans for the beloved Bunnings sausage to return this month.
A fifth person has been charged after a violent home invasion in Gosnells last month, as one man remains on the run.
Just a week after the PM announced $270 billion of defence spending, a Perth university has been awarded a grant to develop 'major strategic policy papers'.
Perth small business owner Justin Poor says he’s lost at least $400,000 in turnover since the start of COVID-19. He’ll speak with The West Live’s Jenna Clarke about how the sector needs more support.
The most densely populated part of Perth is about to get busier with approval granted for a 32-storey Finbar apartment tower on Adelaide Terrace.
Cash-strapped home and business owners will get another four months of loan relief after the announcement this morning that the payment deferral period would be extended beyond September.
The Arson Squad has been called in to investigate a suspicious fire that caused $150,000 worth of damage to a Cloverdale home last night.
Western Meat Processors Group is embarking on a $10 million expansion of its Cowaramup abattoir, creating 50 new jobs and potentially opening up lucrative new markets.
The 12-year-old schoolgirl killed in a tragic helicopter crash in Broome has been revealed, as her mother and father pay tribute to their ‘kind and beautiful’ daughter Amber.
Charity queen Julie Pedulla bravely chose the week her violent ex-partner walked free from jail to tell her story of escape from his brutal captivity.
UPDATE: Trainer Neville Parnham is going ahead with WA plans for Malibu Style despite today scratching the $1 million earner from Saturday’s Beaufine Stakes at Belmont Park.
A report commissioned by the Future Batteries Industries Co-operative Research Centre shows the State can push further down the value chain by processing its minerals.
A GoFundMe page has been set up to help trotting trainer Craig Saligari pay his $8000 fine he received after not reporting to stewards an alleged bribe on the day he was offered it.
The Aboriginal-owned fashion label was pulled from a sales slump as the Black Lives Matter movement emerged, according to its founder Amanda Healy.
The timelines are disclosed in new regulatory filings which warn the survival of Tianqi Lithium’s Australian operating arm is reliant on continuing funding from its cash-strapped parent.
A list of big-ticket infrastructure projects — creating more than 20,000 jobs during construction — will be critical to WA’s economic recovery after COVID-19.
State and Federal building grants are being gobbled up by higher construction costs amid skyrocketing demand, with some companies raising new home prices by tens of thousands of dollars.
Farmer Jack’s supermarkets has been revealed as the mystery buyer of the coveted $15.5 million former Coles supermarket site in the heart of Subiaco.
West Aussies coughed up $26,000 last month after being fooled by dodgy advertisements, spending anywhere from $150 to an eye-watering $5000 for a dog that never has its day.
Ben O'SheaInside Cover Editor
Households who hire a plumber to fix a leaky tap or fixture can claim a $100 rebate off their Water Corporation bill, thanks to a new program aimed at reducing water waste.
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