A key minor party is on the verge of directing preferences to the Liberal Party in the WA Senate re-run election, a move that could stop Clive Palmer strengthening his influence in the Upper House.
Three former Presbyterian Ladies' College students have taken their first steps towards international stardom with their short film to be screened at the world's biggest youth film festival.
The Government's communications watchdog has warned against imposing more red tape on regional television stations, saying some could go bust under the burden of greater regulation.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has refused to expel Joe McDonald from the ALP, after the unionist threatened a worker with his fist to coerce him into an unlawful strike.
A seven-year-old boy and his mother were lucky to escape injury overnight when a car smashed into their Duncraig house causing extensive damage.
North Cottesloe Surf Lifesaving Club has flown its flag at half-mast since its biggest benefactor Len Buckeridge died this week.
Unemployment across WA has hit a 10-year high as mining construction ebbs, but there are signs of jobs emerging in other sectors.
Move to sack Leighton bosses at behest of Hochtief sugar-coated with big payout.
Three State Government backbenchers have broken ranks with ministerial colleagues to launch a potentially explosive inquiry to WA's rail freight network.
She's been putting local beauty queens through their paces for the past three years and Perth's fittest socialite Renae Wauhop thinks there's a strong chance WA will reclaim the Miss Universe Australia crown this year.
Law enforcement target John Kizon has slammed the Australian Crime Commission after beating five charges over an alleged insider trading conspiracy.
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