Army officers have cancelled an annual black-tie dinner event after complaints were made to Defence top brass about it being held at an exclusive Perth men’s club.
Caitlyn McKrill and Tara Ralphs know too well the realities of having a premature baby — between them they have had four.
Fire chiefs are bracing for a repeat of last summer’s disastrous bushfire season amid forecasts that conditions will be just as dangerous.
Alex and Nicole Mickle spent a week exploring Dirk Hartog Island and putting their inspiration on paper in the search for a design that would do the area justice.
Taxpayers should not have to foot the bill for public servants to watch their colleagues on the corporate speaking circuit because everything they need to know to do their job is available free …
After what seemed like a never-ending winter, Perth has been finally treated to the hot and sunny weekend so many people have been waiting for.
Organ and choir music will be replaced by folk, world beats, blues and a little punk at St John’s Anglican Church as part of the Fremantle Festival.
Uber will today launch a campaign urging the public to petition against a $2 levy the State Government is considering on all on-demand transport service rides.
WA’s baby boom might be over but it seems someone forgot to tell people in the eastern suburbs.
They have not even finished school yet, but these Year 11 students are off to Silicon Valley to pitch an app they created.
Treasurer Scott Morrison will press the States to free up planning rules and improve land supply as he admits housing in Australia is “expensive and increasingly unaffordable”.
Teenagers often have plenty to say but the adults are not always listening.
From backyards to bedrooms, faster internet is fuelling increased investment in smart appliances in a bid to go green and save money, according to leading technology experts.
Nine people were taken to hospital after stairs collapsed in a House of Horrors attraction at an amusement park in Ireland.
Senator Nick Xenophon says it would unforgivable for the government to reject the wholly Australian bid for the large S Kidman & Co cattle properties.
A second European tourist has died from injuries after a crash near Pardoo yesterday morning.
The literature prize and five other Nobel Prizes will be officially conferred in Stockholm in December but the tight-lipped laureate Bob Dylan has yet to RSVP.
The safe supply of electricity to WA consumers would be more at risk in a privatisation of Western Power, says the Labor opposition.
Dutchman Willem Janszoon gets a lot of credit as the first European known to make landfall in Australia but Scottish archaeologist Neil Oliver says Dirk Hartog was a step ahead a decade later.