An investigation into a fatal building collapse at Perth's Curtin University is continuing, with WorkSafe officials reassembling the roof.
Western Australia could delay reopening its borders to NSW and Victoria after a Sydney hotel quarantine worker was infected with COVID-19.
Former Sydney Swans AFL player Elijah Taylor has been fined $5000 and issued a spent conviction over the assault of his ex-girlfriend at a Perth hotel.
Former West Australian cabinet minister Dean Nalder will not contest the March state election after failing to win the support of his Liberal colleagues.
South Australia will soon become the only state subject to travel restrictions after Western Australia announced plans to reopen to NSW and Victoria.
A powerful new telescope developed by the CSIRO has mapped three million galaxies in record speed, unlocking the universe's deepest secrets.
Western Australia's new climate policy includes investments in electric cars and carbon farming but no plans to bolster an "aspirational" emissions target.
As pressure continues to mount on WA to soften its border stance with Victoria and NSW, the premier has suggested a call could be made later this week.
Devastated family members were seen scaling Scarborough Beach as they desperately tried to find the boy who went missing after a night swim with friends.
The upset mother said she was denied entry to Big W because she refused to leave her daughter's backpack outside the store.
Australia is likely to avoid the carnage of another horror bushfire season, although high risk of widespread flooding means it's not out of the woods.
Western Australia's Corruption and Crime Commission has accused two former state Liberal MPs of serious misconduct related to electorate allowances.
Clive Palmer has suffered another setback in his legal battle with the state of Western Australia, this time related to a $30 billion damages claim.
Premier Mark McGowan has again refused to provide certainty on when Western Australia will reopen its borders to Victoria as a key milestone looms.
First-term MP Zak Kirkup has been chosen to lead the West Australian Liberals to the March election after Dean Nalder withdrew his candidacy.
The search for a 16-year-old boy who went missing while swimming with friends at Perth's Scarborough Beach is now a recovery mission.
The newborn's mother, described by prosecutors as a 'convict', faces up to 15 years in prison and has been charged with attempted murder.
WA's Liberal opposition will meet to decide between Zak Kirkup and Dean Nalder as their new leader to contest the March election.
Cable Beach in far north Western Australia has reopened to the public after Broome hotel worker Charles Cernobori was killed in a shark attack.
Western Australia's Labor government is promising to deliver a long-awaited police compensation scheme if re-elected at the March poll.