WA

  1. MH370: Aviation's most bizarre loss

    MH370: Aviation's most bizarre loss

    Disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight with 239 passengers and crew aboard last year is most bizarre in history of aviation.

  2. Start ad blitz,  Labor tells goldminers

    Start ad blitz, Labor tells goldminers

    Opposition urges industry to launch politically damaging ad campaign against possible royalties rise.

  3. Scammer used woman as 'money mule'

    Scammer used woman as 'money mule'

    Perth woman used as unwitting money mule by West African fraudsters in suspected romance scam.

  4. Search for missing woman, sons

    Search for missing woman, sons

    Detectives are calling for information about a woman and her two children who have been missing since yesterday afternoon.

  5. Sewage fouls Canning River

    Sewage fouls Canning River

    Perth residents are being urged to avoid contact with a section of the Canning River after a sewage overflow in Gosnells.

  6. More WA public sector 'efficiencies' ahead

    The WA treasurer says there's no reason to panic about the economy, with public sector belt-tightening and an expected GST share increase on the way.

  7. Sewage overflow in Perth's southeast

    WA Health are advising the public to avoid a section of the Canning River after a sewage overflow in the southeast suburb of Gosnells.

  8. Fallen AFL recruit behind bars

    Fallen AFL recruit behind bars

    Failed AFL recruit turned methylamphetamine addict Dayle Garlett is behind bars after pleading guilty to burglary and stealing.

  9. Fortune shines on Perth's sun bear pair

    The sun bear might become the first bear species to have its threat rating improved, and Perth's pair are thriving after a poor start to life.

  10. Soon-to-be-millionaire Mead seeks privacy

    Olivia Mead, the daughter of the late mining heir Michael Wright, is coming to grips with a court ruling she should get a $25 million slice of his estate.

  11. RSPCA WA receives live baiting tip-offs

    It's likely live baiting continues to occur in Western Australia's greyhound industry, the state's RSPCA branch says after receiving several tip-offs.

Change location

°

- °

7News Perth

Latest

More from The West