When the victim refused to give the attacker her mobile, he lashed out with a knife, and even when she handed the $100 phone over he continued to stab her.
An 83-year-old man has been found not guilty of sexually abusing a member of the Stolen Generation at a Catholic Aboriginal mission in rural WA in the 1960s.
Tributes have begun rolling in for a new dad whose life was tragically cut short when his truck veered off a road at a Western Australian iron ore mine in the Pilbara.
The AWU says workers at two Alcoa bauxite mines and three refineries in WA have resolved to continue an indefinite strike after EBA talks collapsed.
Organisers say free speech has been shut down after a US professor who says transgender people have "a delusional disorder" has had his Perth talk cancelled.
WA's Health Minister says three former public servants who acted corruptly for years and received large severance payments should have the book thrown at them.
A man who pleaded guilty to his involvement in a fight outside a WA pub that resulted in the death of a fellow patron has been jailed for more than four years.
The former finance officer of a WA Aboriginal corporation, who pocketed $1.37m of the charitable organisation's cash, has been ordered to pay back some of it.
There is an increased risk of measles in Perth after six infections in the past week due to contact with recent cases who caught the disease overseas.
A Ghanaian man has been detained and charged in Perth after he allegedly flew in on a false passport and possessed child exploitation material on his phone.
The NSW government will remove mesh shark nets from the state's north coast after public backlash and a lack of evidence that they lower the risk of attacks.
A former Catholic priest in Perth, now aged 83, allegedly sexually and physically assaulted girls and boys over 23 years and now faces 15 charges in total.
Frantic Aussie parents and children scrambling to complete the Coles Little Shop competition now have their eyes set on the rarest prize of all.
Two lucky winners have scooped up a $50 million slice of the equal-largest division one lottery prize pool in Australian history – and they may not even know it yet.
A lawyer for a victim of child sex abuse at the hands of the Christian Brothers says the landmark $1 million settlement could open the door for more cases.
Customers are “shocked and appalled” that supermarkets won’t allow them to bring reusable containers to the deli sections- and are taking their business to local stores.
A terminally ill WA man has reached a $1 million settlement in his historical child sex abuse case against the Christian Brothers in the 1950s and 60s.