The fight against WA's controversial shark kill policy will continue, despite the state's Environmental Protection Authority ruling out an assessment.
Native title rights are not extinguished by mining leases, the High Court of Australia has ruled in a landmark decision.
Motorists are in for another shock at the bowser with petrol prices set to rise tomorrow by up to 12 cents a litre.
A convicted people smuggler jailed for 14 years has lost an appeal against the sentence.
A Perth man facing child sex abuse offences has had some of the charges against him dropped by prosecutors.
Labor leader Bill Shorten has likened the Senate election rerun in Western Australia to going downhill on a tricycle with your feet off the pedals
The State Government has lurched from policy criticism to personal crisis within the space of a few days with the resignation from Cabinet of Troy Buswell.
A taxi driver accused of raping a wheelchair-bound passenger has made a brief appearance in court charged with sexually assaulting two other women.
The Voluntary Ethuanasia Party will be contesting the WA Senate election, but not Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
Inadequate provisions in a prison transport contract with Serco are contributing to daily staff shortages at WA's main maximum-security jail for men, the independent prisons watchdog has found.
20-year-old driver clocked travelling almost 100km/h above the speed limit in Baldivis.
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