Telephone and door-to-door salespeople can no longer disturb West Australians after 6pm on weekdays.
A 54-year-old father of two has praised the combined efforts of Rio Tinto and the Royal Flying Doctor Service after he suffered a gastric aneurysm at a Karratha mine site.
Two people have died in country traffic crashes at start of the Easter break.
The State has lost a bid to strike out Lloyd Rayney's claim that allegedly defamatory police comments robbed the barrister of 2300 hours of work each year since 2008.
A body of a woman has been found in the gutted remains of a Geraldton duplex that was destroyed in a mysterious fire yesterday.
PETA is offering a reward of up to $5000 for information leading to the conviction of the person or people responsible for attacks on Perth kangaroos.
The West Australian premier has confirmed the cost of living will be "impacted" when the state government hands down its budget on May 8.
A senior WA police officer has described the suspicious packages being sent to politicians as an "attack on our current system of government" and the investigation would be a priority.
Police are at the scene of a suspected drive-by shooting in Darch.
A man has been charged with criminal damage and stealing after an investigation was launched into the theft of building material from a new estate north of Perth at the weekend.
Pesky phone calls and door knocks at home may be a thing of the past.
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