An infamous label as regional WA’s riskiest road the South Western Highway has been a site for fatal crashes, I travelled 490km to try and better understand what makes the highway so deadly.
While some of the South West’s AFL stars continued putting on solid performances on the footy field, several others reminisced their junior footy days off the field.
Isiah Winder has once again put his hand up for a return to West Coast’s senior side with an impressive showing in the WAFL.
Internships and graduate employment are among the list of potential future collaboration opportunities between Edith Cowan University and the WA Country Health Service.
On Saturday at Hands Oval when he runs out for game 250 against South Bunbury, Cristaldi will be in the company of his family, which have added a new dimension to his perspective on football.
A young South West netball player has continued to work towards her dream of playing the sport she loves at the highest level after representing Samoa at a recent tournament.
Calls for the Premier to sack beleaguered Agriculture Minister Alannah MacTiernan are mounting, with a South West MLC adding his voice to the charge.
The creative minds of South West students are being recognised at the country’s largest film festival, set to take over the region this month.
A Busselton teenager has received a six-month community-based order after setting a shelf of corn chips on fire in a local supermarket.
Margaret River’s star is burning bright after a swag of local wineries scored top mentions in this year’s James Halliday awards.
The Carey Park Panthers are set to travel to Brunswick to face the Lions on Saturday, still with plenty to play for with a mathematical chance of making the finals.
“Of course, we will be going out to ensure we try and make a mess of their play-off spot.”
Maddy Mainwaring has opened up about the precious times she spent with her Eagles legend dad before he tragically and unexpectedly died in 2007.
The WA Health Dept has refused to say whether top doctor Anthony Bell — who is facing domestic violence allegations — will stay as chairman of an executive committee that provides expert healthcare advice.
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Smoking will be banned in WA prisons, in a move that risks triggering a new riot in jails across the State.
Anthony Albanese has described Western Australia as a ‘great destination’ with ‘friendly people’ while taking nine days off from politics for a break in Broome.
North End Tavern owners Mark and Jane Sartori have responded to Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s housing crisis by converting their Lamington pub into workers’ accommodation.
A UK auctioneer selling a 1910 stamp mill model for $215,000 has asked the Eastern Goldfields Historical Society for more information.
Director Sophie Ward took on the challenge of directing a musical at only 17 and found it was markedly different to directing a play.
Official designs have been unveiled for a $30 million hotel planned for Middleton Beach, with concept images showing an eight-storey building with sweeping views of Albany’s best known beach.
Findings from a report into the suicide of a woman at Hedland Health Campus — who was left alone inside the facility despite being a known suicide risk — in June won’t be made public, it’s been revealed.
Security vision has captured what appears to be an opportunistic thief trading in his bike for a car left running outside a shopping centre in Perth’s south.
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Danny Hodgson is considering what legal action he can take for compensation after he was left with catastrophic injuries when he was coward punched by a teenager who was on bail for other crimes.
The sinister world of the illegal child sex abuse doll trade has been explored in a new book that reveals some shocking secrets. WARNING: GRAPHIC
The number of newly-diagnosed COVID-19 cases in WA has dipped to below 2000 for the first time in six months, with just 1559 infections reported overnight.
A teenager has been charged in connection to a violent altercation in Cockburn where a group of teens was allegedly threatened with a knife before one of their bags was stolen.
The State’s top health official has declared WA ‘is over the worst’ of the current COVID wave and while new strains could raise their ugly heads, attention must now be turned to containing monkeypox.
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