Commissioner Chris Dawson takes no pleasure in depriving people of liberties. Since March, he has been in charge of enforcing WA’s coronavirus restrictions and it hasn’t always been easy.
Federal Labor MP Patrick Gorman is using WA Day to call for a national Indigenous art and cultural museum in Perth, with 53 per cent of survey respondents saying they support the move.
Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden says the US needs to look at the uncomfortable truth of its systemic racism, in response to the death of black man George Floyd in Minnesota.
Will Weissert and Kat Stafford
Community groups from a wide range of backgrounds are uniting to stop the Government’s proposed major projects laws, which they say threaten “the Tasmanian way of life”.
Anti-vaccination protesters have faced-off against the police, claiming the pandemic is a "scam'', as further COVID-19 restrictions were eased.
The music superstar has thrown off her apolitical stance to take on the US President.
Mining giant Rio Tinto has come under fire for its public response after destroying a significant indigenous site in Western Australia dating back 46,000 years.
A remarkable chapter in Rottnest’s colourful history has ended with tourists set to return.
Federal Labor wants to raise the cap on the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme for people looking to build their first home, to aid the construction sector.
US President Donald Trump says his country is ending its relationship with the WHO and will redirect funds to other urgent global public health needs.
By MARTIN CRUTSINGER and DAN SEWELL
WA will take a giant leap towards normal life next weekend when the State charts its own course back from the coronavirus crisis. Here’s what you’ll be able to do.
Peter Law, Josh Zimmerman and Peter de Kruijff
He took over Labor after it lost the unloseable election. Now, Anthony Albanese reflects on his leadership, China, childcare, Mark McGowan and why he wants the WA border to re-open.
Student activist Drew Pavlou will appeal his two-year suspension from the University of Queensland after speaking out about the institution's ties to China.
The Federal Government's budget deficit has soared to $40 billion as a result of COVID-19, five times more than what had been forecast.
The announcement that WA will be the first State to revise the four square metres per person rule from June 6 is a game-changer the Premier says comes because we’ve charted our own path to recovery.
Peter LawState Political Editor
Manjimup shire councillor Dave Tapley this month celebrates 25 years of serving the community.
Boyup Brook Shire Council will hold elections for a replacement for out-going councillor Graham Aird.
National cabinet will continue to meet regularly beyond the coronavirus pandemic, with federal and state leaders aiming for a more productive relationship.
The Council of Australian Governments has been axed in favour of reform being driven by monthly national cabinet meetings.
The Federal Government has announced will refund hundreds of thousands of Australians who had debts raised against them using ‘income averaging data’ to the tune of $720 million.
Another eight crew members from the Al Kuwait livestock vessel have tested positive to COVID-19 — bringing the total onboard the troubled ship to 20.
The Dockers haven’t proved so good on the football field of late, but when it comes to a game of chance like the AFL’s Dice Football League, well, they are nigh on unbeatable.
Premier Mark McGowan has unveiled the State’s Phase Three restrictions, which include a significant increase in the maximum number of people for mass gatherings.
After a tumultuous few days in the wake of the Al Kuwait coronavirus outbreak, Mark McGowan will today outline “Phase 3 of the WA roadmap”.
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