Premier Roger Cook has declined to weigh in on Sam Kerr being charged with the racially aggravated harassment of a British police officer, saying it was important to ‘allow the justice process to unfold’.
The Queensland parliament descended into shouting as politicians reacted to the Premier’s apology following a text scandal.
A major twist has emerged in a high-profile unfair dismissal claim by a sacked ABC presenter who claims she was dumped over a social media post.
Former prime minister Scott Morrison has enthusiastically backed his wannabe successor, who will run for the Liberal Party in the upcoming Cook by-election.
Rising risk of conflict in the South China Sea have dominated leaders’ discussions on the sidelines of the ASEAN-Australia summit.
The principal of a southern suburbs primary school is still on leave as she recovers from injuries inflicted by a Year 1 girl in a terrifying attack more than two weeks ago.
Bethany Hiatt and Dylan Caporn
WA infants will be offered free RSV immunisations from April in a nation-leading first targeting the common and potentially deadly lung infection.
A fierce opponent of the State’s multibillion-dollar gas industry who has also been vocal in her criticism of Israel looks destined to become a kingmaker in WA politics.
South West MLC Ben Dawkins has been named as One Nation’s first candidate in Western Australia.
A high-profile investigative journalist has revealed the staggering number of legal threats over a program on a prestigious Sydney school – before it has even gone to air.
Aussies in one state have saved half-a-million dollars in doctor’s fees after a major change to a key service.
Tens of thousands of homes in Perth’s northern suburbs spent their public holiday day off without power, with Premier Roger Cook describing the outages as a ‘reality’ of a functioning electricity network.
Labor says work on the long-awaited Ellenbrook line is ‘steaming ahead’, revealing construction work has finished on the suburb’s main station — but gave no clue on when the first trains will arrive.
NSW Liberals have chosen a candidate to contest the Sydney electorate of former prime minister Scott Morrison.
Questions have been raised over the decline in child protection case workers, who are tasked with the welfare of some of the state’s most vulnerable kids.
A showdown between a former top prosecutor and a board of inquiry into his handling of the high-profile prosecution of Bruce Lehrmann has come to an end.
More police quit the force than were recruited in 2023, crushing hopes of reaching a police number target prior to the last election.
Major action is being taken after a shocking summer saw 14 people killed over three months while partaking a common summer activity.
Libby, Libby, Libby. What. Were. You. Thinking? God, you are making it hard for people to believe you are the real deal.
Nick Goiran insists he did not meddle in the South Perth pre-selection which saw the shock loss of Perth barrister Hayley Cormann.
Labor may have clinched the win in the Dunkley by-election, but the Liberal Party says voters have sent Anthony Albanese ‘a strong message’.
Scott Morrison’s exit to join a firm linked to AUKUS has raised eyebrows and renewed calls for tougher lobbying rules.
Newly anointed WA Liberals deputy leader Steve Martin has vowed to fight Labor’s ‘continual attacks on regional industries’ and says his farming background means there’s no one better for the job.
Travellers have been left fuming amid a sudden announcement multiple busy train lines will be closed on weekends – the first occurring on one of the city’s busiest nights of the year.
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