The coronavirus pandemic is unlikely to derail October’s election of a new Lord Mayor, with the City of Perth beginning planning for the $66,000 poll.
Elderly residents can see and speak with family members while maintaining a safe distance thanks to a clever innovation by a Perth aged care home.
As Western Australia stays at home to avoid coronavirus, respiratory physician Dr Fiona Lake leaves hers every day to confront the virus head-on. This virus is like no other she has seen.
As businesses scramble to adapt to a rapidly changing future in the face of the global coronavirus pandemic, Perth cafes, restaurants and shops have pulled out all the stops to transform.
A Pilbara man who was caught with a hoard of “depraved” child exploitation material after being targeted in a secret FBI sting focusing on deviant chat rooms has been jailed.
Multi-million dollar projects, such as Metronet, could be delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic, Transport Minister Rita Saffioti said today.
A Brisbane man has been filmed having severe panic attacks inside a Perth hotel while in mandatory quarantine, begging to be let outside for 30 minutes a day to help manage his PTSD.
Buster Vogt was a soccer-loving teenager whose greatest mission in life was to be a good mate.
Andrea Mitchell’s close friend, Liberal MLC Peter Collier, said he was “devastated” at her passing.
From buying chooks to a day trip, these are some of the things police have been told by those still trying to get to WA.
Families who shift their peak power usage from evening to the middle of the day will be rewarded with lower bills under a new tariff system to be tested by the McGowan Government.
The Australian Border Force is investigating an alleged breach at an international cargo ship which arrived in WA on Friday.
The kayaker was out fishing off Yanchep when they encountered the two-metre shark.
She served in the Western Australia Legislative Assembly, as a trustee of the Telethon Trust and had a long involvement in sports in WA
WA recorded 14 cases overnight, including another five from the Artania cruise ship.
Sarah Steger and Phil Hickey
The virus-riddled MS Artania docked at Fremantle Passenger Terminal could stay in WA for another two weeks, after the Government imposed a 14-day quarantine period on the German cruise ship.
Sarah Steger and Peter De Kruijff
Perth workers will get a 750-job lifeline with the Federal Government today announcing the award of a $365 million managing contract to Lendlease Building Contractors.
Annabel Hennessy and Lanai Scarr
Today’s developments on the outbreak - locally, nationally and across the world.
A teenage boy has tragically died after he collapsed while walking his dog — despite the efforts of a retired paramedic who worked desperately to save his life.
Close to 120,000 backpackers, au pairs and other working holiday visa holders will be able to extend their stay in Australia by a year if they commit to working in essential services.
Decreased sales has seen WA supermarkets significantly discount Easter chocolate a week early as families look to celebrate differently due to social distancing rules.
The WA Racing Hall of Fame inductee has top claims in the $100,000 feature, with Platoon the $4.80 second favourite and Wrinkly an $8.50 chance.
It’s the race that got us through the darkest days of World War II and lifted spirits during the Great Depression. Today we celebrate the running of the Karrakatta Plate —behind closed doors.
While men seem more likely to die from COVID-19, the brunt of the economic and social upheaval may be experienced by women, who are overrepresented in industries hardest hit by the pandemic.
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