A dilapidated house used as a drug den by squatters in the heart of Mandurah has been gutted by its frustrated owner — to the relief of long suffering neighbours.
Two people have died — one a man in his 20s — from COVID in NSW as the state recorded 233 new cases overnight. It comes as Queensland recorded 17 new cases of the virus. SEE THE LATEST COVID UPDATES.
A rebuffed developer has refused to rebuild two century-old buildings in Subiaco and is threatening to turn its site into ‘the next Pavilion markets’.
The cost of owning a car has jumped 66 per cent over the past decade, nearly four times the rate of inflation.
Deputy Liberal leader Libby Mettam will today call for an extended deadline for public submissions to a WA parliamentary inquiry investigating sexual harassment in mining.
Attacks on Perth’s transit officers have surged more than 20 per cent, with the Perth precinct overtaking the Mandurah line to become the city’s train assault capital.
Disturbing new data shows that a third of five to six-year-olds and a quarter of six to 14-year-olds suffer from decay in primary teeth.
Two teenagers — including a Rebels bikie nominee — dug up $500,000 buried in a backyard then ‘squandered’ the cash on luxury items and a Crown hotel stay.
The early part of the Crown Perth Royal Commission focused on how the Gambling and Wagering Commission had watched over the casino - and there are serious concerns it wasn’t up to the job.
Crown Perth paid for the head of WA’s casino watchdog to travel to Macau with two of its top executives where they dined out at a Michelin star restaurant and watched a hugely popular stage show.
People in the State’s north have fallen behind the rest of the country, according to new research from the Federal Government
A Queensland man who extraordinarily escaped from the fourth storey of his quarantine hotel using bed has admitted the crime.
Crash victim Kyra Lane did not live to celebrate her toddler’s second birthday next month or her partner’s proposal this year.
We’ve never seen it this bad before - and one site will be charging 179.9 cents per litre of unleaded petrol tomorrow.
Dodgy WA beauty parlours have left customers with ‘second degree burns, prolonged pain, and psychological trauma’, the State’s consumer protection watchdog has warned.
A 42m-high platform that has a striking resemblance to a giant beer can ring pull is set to be open at Optus Stadium ahead of next AFL season.
Crown Perth’s Joshua Preston chose not to carry out an investigation into the bank account it set up for gambling patrons, despite claims it was used by criminal gangs to launder cash.
Minister for Communities Simone McGurk said even ‘triple’ the funding could not solve the state-housing funding shortage in the short term and insisted the focus was on ‘immediate solutions’.
Attempts by a property developer to wriggle out of an agreement to provide a free community space for the lifetime of its seven-storey development in a Perth suburb have failed.
The Auditor General has revealed the SafeWA contact tracing app doubled in cost to $6.1 million in the space of seven months — and slammed its lack of data security.
Roy Hill’s new chief executive Gerhard Veldsman has warned the mining industry will not be able to deliver on its massive pipeline of projects without improving mobility on the second day of Diggers.
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Plans to build a $24 million hotel across the road from Fremantle Oval have won the backing of state planners despite previous council opposition.
A woman accused of driving a 63-year-old woman to a South Perth storage unit — and locking her inside — has faced court for the first time.
The combination of a thriving economy and WA’s COVID free status has helped the State register three consecutive quarter of positive net migration from other States and Territories.
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