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Esperance businessman David Dwyer is wading into the sharp end of politics after launching his campaign as the WA Liberal Party’s candidate for the Lower House seat of Roe
It may still be a few weeks before Santa brings his reindeer to Kalgoorlie-Boulder, but you can catch an early glimpse — and a taste — of a reindeer thanks to Jimbo’s Ice Cream Cafe
A Sydneysider who survived an eating disorder has spoken out after a new Australian clinic failed to open due to COVID - leaving many without critical care.
Australians suffering eating disorders are anxious to get into a pioneering treatment centre in Queensland that’s been hit by a $2.5 million funding shortfall.
A man has been rushed to a Brisbane hospital in a serious condition after a motorcycle crash on the Bruce Highway.
The case of the Claremont serial killer — a case like no other in this State and like very few anywhere in the world —gripped Perth for decades. Now the full story can finally be told.
With an average age of 79, Jeff Taylor knew navigating a lawn bowls schedule through covid would be difficult. But he found a way.
Holiday-makers are choosing some surprising Queensland Christmas destinations with one very clear advantage.
Murder victim Anne-Marie Culleton’s sister has launched a national petition calling for mandatory life sentences without parole for rapist killers.
A La Nina summer, the first in nine years, offers the prospects of a stormy summer across NSW. And we can expect lightning, and lots of it, to be a common feature.
Amid the national war of words and trade with China, there are calls for NSW councils to ditch their sister city and friendship city agreements with its Chinese counterparts.
As fallout from the Australian war crimes inquiry continues, a former commando has lashed out at ADF superiors.
After nine months of missed birthdays, weddings and funerals, Australian airports are abuzz with families flying straight back into the arms of loved ones.
It’s been three years since Rachael Casella lost her seven-month-old daughter Mackenzie and a year since Zoe Marshall lost her child in miscarriage.
Unemployment, mental health problems and huge changes in where we live. Covid-19 has transformed Australia - and the harsh truth is the vaccines won’t make everything snap back.
Our team of motoring experts has come up with this year’s top vehicles, ranging from SUVs to sports cars and utes. Find out which ones have been named the best of the best.
A decorated special forces soldier who was deployed to Afghanistan seven times says the Australian Defence Force ‘created the beast’ by sending operators out to kill ‘every other day or night’.
More than a quarter of a million West Australians have downloaded the State’s COVID contact register app SafeWA but privacy experts say other apps may see users’ data shared ‘far and wide’.
Being home in WA takes some getting used to after a year of strict bio bubbles, quarantine and hard lockdowns on the east coast and overseas, writes sports journalist Neroli Meadows.
AFL stars have heeded the State’s call to travel within the state, with Dunsborough doubling as WA’s Seminyak Beach for players like Nic Naitanui, Jamie Cripps and their girlfriends.
Mullaloo ironman Wes Gould is set to compete with Australia’s best after being awarded a Nutri-Grain series wild card.
2020 has been an extremely difficult year for WA FIFO couple Kelly Gange and James Mitchell — and Christmas Day will bring no respite as the family will be separated again due to their work schedules.
With the pain of separation from friends and family heightened after an unprecedented year of social isolation, experts say FIFO workers have never been under as much pressure.
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