A 56-year-old Australind man has fronted court accused of uploading toddlers and young children being molested on social media.
A Capel man has been fined and had his licence disqualified for 12 months for speeding along Bussell Highway at an “incredibly high speed” of 176km/h.
A group of South West retailers opposed to COVID-19 vaccines have united in a bizarre bid to allow the public to shop with businesses which they claim “support human rights”.
Miscarriage and stillbirth are taboo topics to talk about in the community, but Bunbury residents are hoping to change that by hosting a commemoration event this weekend.
The seeds are being planted for next year’s Donnybrook Apple Festival as the community plans for another fruitful event.
Despite missing out on a WANL premiership and an opportunity to represent WA in a national tournament, ECU Souwest Jets’ Ruth Aryang was recently named the best and fairest in the WANL.
Hay Park defied a top-order wobble to push past Donnybrook at the weekend and produce their first 2-0 start since their debut season — more than a decade ago.
The Shire of Capel has elected its new Shire president and deputy president after four successful elected candidates were sworn into the council days after the states local government elections.
BTC chief executive and racing manager Alex Doble said this would allow the club’s two biggest events to remain a crucial part of the industry’s calendar.
Also coming to the party was first-drop Shawn Gillies, who blasted a breathless 48 off 32 balls as the visitors eyed off a massive score to defend.
The four Harvey Shire councillors who put their hand up to contest their seats were all easily re-elected at the weekend, while two fresh faces have also been added to the mix.
On the back of a steady (1-20 off 8.1 overs) bowling spell, Crudeli crafted an unbeaten 66 off 103 balls, which ensured the hosts finished strongly after facing some early resistance.
Border closures have led to a worker shortfall, leaving many desperate businesses in WA worrying about how they will fill the gaps.
Not content with suing the State of WA in an attempt to extract $30bn dollars, now the billionaire mining magnate has upped the stakes even further - taking on the entire nation.
A total of 46 gangs, including two street gangs, are being targeted as part of the State Government’s new proposed anti-bikie laws.
Police are going ‘full tilt’ in their search for missing four-year-old Cleo Smith and ‘no expense is being spared’ in the investigation to find her.
Homicide squad detectives have joined the desperate search for Cleo Smith as police revealed her sleeping bag is also missing and they are ‘not ruling anything out’ — including a possible abduction.
WA Police have charged a woman with criminal damage by fire after a blaze ripped through a Laverton home causing an estimated $150,000 in damages.
Mr Middleton, who was catapulted into the role following Lynne Craigie’s resignation this year, retained attracted the second highest vote count behind long-serving councillor Anita Grace.
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder has flagged a decision on the appointment of a new chief executive could be made as early as next month.
Four-year-old Cleo Smith was in a sleeping bag beside her younger sister when she vanished from a coastal campsite in WA.
While the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is extremely safe, new data shows just how unpopular it is with the WA public.
If Cleo Smith had ventured out of her family tent on Saturday night she would have been faced with a pitch black abyss, with loud crashing waves, howling winds and rocky terrain.
Speaking through tears, Ellie Smith said Cleo was not the sort of child to wander off, and she would have asked for her mother’s help to unzip her one-piece sleeping suit.
The amount of struggling WA tourism businesses and travel agents that were knocked back for vital pandemic assistance has been revealed.
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