Australia's Catholic bishops have called for greater action to combat climate change, saying the world is facing an ecological crisis.Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people must be at the centre of caring for country, the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference said in its annual statement promoting social justice, released on Thursday.
Its borders might be closed to much of the nation but Western Australia is reaching across the divide in a bid to lure more skilled workers.The McGowan government has announced it will spend $4 million on a targeted advertising campaign to attract workers from interstate and New Zealand.
Fears of a coronavirus outbreak in Western Australia are dissipating with no sign of further infections at a Pilbara mine site.No new cases emerged on Thursday after it was revealed a fly-in, fly-out worker may have been infectious while in the community.
A fly-in, fly-out mine worker has tested positive to the coronavirus in Western Australia and may have been infectious while in the community.Premier Mark McGowan says the man in his 30s returned a "very weak" positive test result in recent days but has since tested negative.
The redesign of the popular product has upset customers who say the quality is definitely not as good as it used to be. Find out how the supermarket has responded to the claims.
West Australian police are investigating the death of an 18-year-old woman in Perth's southern suburbs, with a 17-year-old boy speaking to detectives.Police say the woman attended a medical centre in Spearwood on Tuesday afternoon with a serious injury.
Police have found the body of a missing driver whose car was submerged in floodwaters in Western Australia's Wheatbelt region.A major search was launched for 34-year-old Ajit Khan, whose ute was found stranded in Piesseville during a storm last week.
Shoppers were stunned at the incredibly low price of the popular items. Read more to find out how you can get yours hands on them too.
A royal commission will examine whether the West Australian casino regulator effectively allowed Crown to self-regulate aspects of its Perth operations.An interim report by the Perth Casino Royal Commission has made no formal findings or recommendations but flagged concerns over WA's regulatory settings.
Western Australia could face a long wait for more public housing amid concerns more rough sleepers will die on the streets of Perth.At least 56 homeless people died in Perth last year, according to recent figures released by the University of Western Australia.
Younger West Australians will be targeted in a coronavirus vaccination "blitz" as the state looks to boost its faltering rollout.About 17 per cent of West Australian adults have so far been fully vaccinated, the worst performance of any state or territory.
The shopper started a heated debate over the Coles price scanning policy. Coles has since cleared up who is right. Read more to find out what they've said.
A mum is urging people to be careful after her son ended up with second-degree burns from a beach visit. Find out what happened to the unfortunate eight-year-old.
The popular sunscreen brand is being recalled to reduce potential health risks to consumers. Find out which brand it is here.
Shoppers say they should be able to carry their credits from the MasterChef promotion over to Coles' new giveaway. Read more to find out why.
Severe thunderstorms are set to hit Perth and surrounding regions, with flooding already affecting the state's southwest.People in the Perth Metropolitan, Great Southern, South West, Lower South West and Central Wheat Belt districts are being told to take action to stay safe when the storms hit.
Widespread heavy rain has caused minor flooding north of Perth.Falls up to 15 mm overnight to Saturday resulted in both the Swan River at Walyunga and the Avon River swelling, authorities say.
The pregnant woman couldn't believe what happened to her chicken when she cooked it. Read more to find out what left her shocked.
A Perth childcare centre has been slapped with a huge fine after four young children in its care were found next to a highway. Read more.
A Coles customer has warned others over a 'very disappointing' problem with their MasterChef knife. Read more about what happened here.
A childcare centre in Perth's south has been ordered to pay $20,000 in penalties and costs after four young children climbed through a fence and were found on the verge of a four-lane highway.The incident at Sparrow Early Learning in Mandurah in August last year prompted action in the State Administrative Tribunal over breaches of education and care service laws.
Aaron Moir, 32, calls himself 'the shark rider' but reportedly came off second best in his latest encounter with a lemon shark.
62 per cent of drivers in this regional city have failed their driving test. Find out why some people think it's revenue-raising.