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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.

With his sun-bleached hair, newly minted Australian bodyboarding title and a plane ticket to Portugal to join the world tour, things are looking up for Jake Metcalfe.

Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi says the City of Perth could install a plaque at the Perth train station overpass where Salvation Army collector Shirley Mort stood for more than two decades.

Two of China’s top chefs cooked up a storm in Perth last night after winning the right to promote WA’s best produce in the world’s biggest market.

A young woman who was sexually assaulted by her older brother when she was growing up told her attacker yesterday that he took away her innocence and destroyed her self-worth.

A Perth GP who is under police investigation after admitting to giving a patient a lethal injection wants community support for urgent law reforms.

Police and Border Force authorities allegedly found more than $45 million of methamphetamine concealed in timber logs sent from Africa to Perth in June.

A Chinese company wants to build a $400 million plant in Kwinana capable of processing lithium - the key ingredient in new-generation batteries such as those used in cars like Tesla.

Amie proved herself to be the king of the kids – dubbed the Zumbinos – with a magnificent ocean-themed concoction which won last night’s children’s party cake challenge on Zumbo’s Just …

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