The WA premier is not opposed to releasing footage of the final hours of Aboriginal woman Ms Dhu, who died in custody, but says it's the coroner's choice.
A defiant Premier Colin Barnett brands WA businessmen’s interference as a “silent coup”.
Sixty new beds will be opened by January to provide rehabilitation for ice addicts in Western Australia.
Perth house and unit prices have staged a small recovery off the back of the latest cut in official interest rates.
The Family Court will today decide whether doctors can continue treating six-year-old cancer sufferer Oshin Kiszco against the wishes of his parents.
The competition watchdog has started court action against Volkswagen, alleging the German automotive giant misled Australian consumers over the diesel emissions from its vehicles.
Police are investigating the death of a 61-year-old woman in Mandurah this morning.
A man who allegedly carjacked a 90-year-old woman after threatening her with a knife will face court today.
Parents fear the only public high schools in the western suburbs will be too big and overcrowded when their children are old enough to attend.
He smiled a lot. He kicked goals. He could occasionally also get himself into trouble.
Racist Facebook posts being blamed for inciting the tension that exploded into the Kalgoorlie riot could lead to criminal charges.
Some of Fremantle’s most iconic businesses could hold their own fireworks display in the wake of a council decision to dump the Australia Day event for something more culturally sensitive.
Andrew and Rayne Embley have called time on almost 10 years of marriage.
One of the biggest logistical exercises Perth has seen will underpin Sunday’s Gran Fondo world championship bike race.
Labor frontbencher Sam Dastyari took money from a Chinese donor to pay off a debt to taxpayers, prompting Liberal Party claims there was a “stench of corruption” about the affair.
When Isle Of Voyage restaurant opens at Elizabeth Quay tomorrow, it will be the final chapter in the remarkable 85-year history of the heritage-listed Florence Hummerston kiosk.
Once life in Balga for some meant “lock your doors and hope for the best”.
A taxi driver on the verge of having his house repossessed has condemned the State Government for failing to introduce compensation in time for the deregulation of the industry in July.
The Turnbull Government has launched a separate inquiry into the banking sector as it fends off a renewed push by the ALP for a Royal Commission.