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Tens of thousands of West Australian children are living in homes where no parent is in paid employment as the end of the mining boom hits the job market.

The Chinese company joining forces with Gina Rinehart to buy the Kidman cattle empire has one hurdle to clear in a separate deal to secure a cluster of stations in the Goldfields.

Gene Wilder, who delighted audiences with his comic turns in "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" and Mel Brooks classics, has died.

The building industry watchdog yesterday put one of the construction union’s most notorious officials on its WA No Permit List— a warning list for employers — after he was last week convicted …

Police chases across WA have more than tripled in the past six years, with figures showing tougher penalties have failed to put a dent in the number of criminals trying to outrun the law.

The Anglican Church has revealed “continuing distress and sadness” in its Perth diocese as Archbishop Roger Herft yesterday admitted to being told on three occasions that a senior priest had …

A $150 million overhaul of Perth’s landmark QV1 office tower may be approved only if an on-site childcare centre is open to the public.

A teenager who advertised a party on Facebook that ended with a fire in a vacant house in Greenwood has admitted organising the out-of-control gathering.

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