Anyone who thought our methamphetamine crisis was tapering off needed to spend Monday hearing witnesses give evidence to a committee of Parliament.
Gary AdsheadState Political Editor
Commissioner Chris Dawson has also spoken out on the push to legalise cannabis.
The State Government hopes to have a hit list of single-use plastic products to target next year after releasing a discussion paper on the environmental issue.
Phil Edman soft-soaps his visit to a Tokyo massage house.
Planned changes to allow single men or gay couples to use surrogacy laws have been pushed off to a committee after more than 20 hours of filibustering in Parliament.
A conservative Christian politician has been speaking in State Parliament for 20 hours and has no plans to stop.
Anti-farming protesters who live stream their trespassing on WA properties will face tougher penalties and fines, Police Minister Michelle Roberts has promised.
Royal Perth Hospital’s intensive care unit will get a $22 million revamp but the Health Minister concedes the ageing hospital will need a lot more money spent on it in coming years.
Former Liberal MP Phil Edman — named in a CCC report over his trip to a massage parlour in Japan — says text messages before the visit about trying “Japanese honey” were just “banter”.
An insider from the original team tasked with catching the Claremont serial killer has mounted a strident defence of the investigation and denied that detectives had tunnel vision.
Former police commissioner Karl O’Callaghan said evidence of a Telstra vehicle stalking young women was identified in 2004 — more than a decade before a Telstra employee was arrested over the crimes.
Gary Adshead examines in forensic detail the case against Bradley Robert Edwards and asks whether clues were missed in the police investigation.
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