Children watched on in horror after a school bus collided with cyclists on a coast road in Bunbury this morning, leaving one dead and another injured.
Ailish Delaney, Jackson Barrett & Carly Laden
South West leaders have slammed the McGowan Government’s decision to introduce a one vote, one value system for the State Upper House in the biggest change yet in how WA politicians are elected.
Ailish Delaney & Joshua Zimmerman
Shadow treasurer Steve Thomas has labelled the WA Budget a “missed opportunity” to help diversify the South West economy in the midst of a Statewide housing, health and skills crisis.
In the midst of high school-aged children and teenagers becoming eligible to arm themselves against COVID-19, a local high school has begun offering on-site vaccinations.
October’s local government elections are fast approaching and the race is on as community representatives ramp up the campaigning to land themselves a seat as an elected member.
A Bunbury man caught with a large amount of cannabis has avoided jail but has been warned he ‘might as well pack your toothbrush’ if he tries to reoffend.
Crime Stoppers and South West police are encouraging residents to continue to take advantage of the national firearms amnesty and surrender illegal or unregistered weapons.
A South West environmental group claims a leading waste management organisation has “declared war” on the community by applying to expand the dump in Dardanup.
A young Waroona officer helping to bridge the gap between Aboriginal people and police is set to star on the small screen when a new NITV documentary is released next year.
The race for a seat on the Shire of Harvey council has officially started, meanwhile, the Shire of Waroona’s new look council has been decided without an election.
The Shire of Waroona’s new look council has been decided without an election after only four people stood for the same number of vacancies.
Murder suspects have had their homes turned inside out, items seized and DNA taken during a spate of police dawn raids in the hunt for Gerard Ross’s killer.
The Boy in the Blue Cap: The Gerard Ross Story is an eight-part award-winning documentary about one of WA’s most enduring and heartbreaking mysteries. Watch the full series here.
Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest is battling to stave off more resignations of key senior Fortescue Metals Group staff upset over a $50 million cut to their executive bonus scheme, sources say.
The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is now available across selected WA pharmacies with walk-ins welcome among people aged over 12.
A former Geraldton youth boxing coach is accused of twice sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl in a hot tub at his Rangeway home last year — while one of the alleged victim’s friends was present.
An Albany man allegedly used a gel blaster to hold a woman and four children hostage on Friday night.
An Albany father has been jailed for his “insidious and deceptive” behaviour after he sent love letters to his former partner in breach of a violence restraining order.
Three motorists have been fined after crashing on Great Southern roads while driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Eight have died and 1664 new COVID cases have been recorded in the Eastern States as populations reel in the aftermath of a massive quake. SEE THE LATEST UPDATES FROM ACROSS AUSTRALIA.
Staff writers with AAP
A woman has been charged with murder after allegedly stabbing a man in Rivervale last night.
A woman is suing the City of Mandurah after tripping on a footpath in Wannanup, claiming the City had ignored warnings to fix the pavement for years before her fall.
Global real estate trust Dexus has confirmed retailers must leave by October 31 — just ahead of the pre-Christmas rush — after an eviction letter from their lawyers to tenants this week.
Experts say WA will need to work hard to raise its appeal over other States for the limited number of immigrants with building skills coming into the country.
Adrian Lowe & Kim Macdonald
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