A 53-run victory over the Mines Cricket Club has given powerhouse team Port Hedland breathing room on top of the ladder in the battle for the Ray Stoddart Shield.
An inquest into the death of Phillip John Allen, an inmate at Roebourne Regional Prison, has revealed significant shortcomings in the supervision of the 47-year-old prisoner on the night of his death.
The newly minted Spoilbank Marina boat ramp will now be behind lock and key between 6pm and 6am, a decision by Pilbara Ports after multiple breaches of the facility out of access hours.
The Australian Federation of Air Pilots says it now plans to strike for three days this week.
A Karratha father accused of trying to drown his young son in the ocean was not trying to kill the child but was instead trying to ‘baptise’ him when three good Samaritans intervened.
An itinerant traveller feels “lucky to be alive” after another man allegedly stalked him and attacked him and his vehicle with an axe on a remote stretch of Mid West highway on Friday night.
Kate Campbell, Josh Van Staden & Jessica Moroney
Lawyers representing the family of Ms Dhu — who died in police custody after being arrested over unpaid fines — will be in Perth next week seeking to reach a compensation agreement with the WA Government.
In a move aimed at preserving essential services for the local community, Ngarliyarndu Bindirri Aboriginal Corporation has announced plans to take over the Roebourne post office service effective March 5.
WA’s peak body for doctors has backed the Kimberley’s biggest primary healthcare provider that has decided to not refer patients to the Banned Drinkers Register against their will.
Rob Scott says changes to the nation’s industrial relations regime are a ‘lowest common denominator approach’ and could be dangerous for the country.
Arson squad detectives are investigating a fire at a home in Subiaco early this morning that caused extensive damage.
Promoter Paul Dainty brought Tina Turner to Australia twice at her peak. Now he’s bringing a musical based on her life to Perth. We go inside the making of the stage extravaganza.
The City of Perth council is set to make a decision on opening a shelter for women in Northbridge after it closed its East Perth shelter almost four months ago.
West Coast will be without one of their new co-captains for their final pre-season hit-out, with Oscar Allen set to miss this weekend’s trip to Adelaide after undergoing scans for a knee complaint.
A teenage girl and a baby boy are fighting for life after two separate crashes across the State.
Lauren Price and Caleb Runciman
Woolworths is stepping up the supermarket discount price wars, a day after rival Coles reported its sales since the start of the year had been stronger. SEE THE 10 BEST SAVINGS
Commonwealth authorities have dropped all charges pending against NDIS provider Vida Reid — a year after federal minister Bill Shorten pointed at her prosecution to show ‘the watchdog is doing what it should’.
No one is expecting West Coast to make finals after coming off a three-win season. What they are expecting is improvement and direction as the club looks to embrace a new era under CEO Don Pyke.
Three companies proposing offshore wind farms off the South West coast have celebrated the start of the Federal Government’s public consultation period for a wind farm zone in the region.
Sean Van Der Wielen
The Australian red meat industry has delivered another record production year for beef and lamb, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Police are appealing for information to help find Bradley Clarke, who was last seen in Albany on Tuesday afternoon.
More than 60 firefighters and two helicopters have been sent to WA’s South West in an attempt to stop an out-of-control bushfire burning in Australind.
After more than six years outside of the South West, it’s good to be home — especially as the newest editor of six Seven West Media mastheads in the region.
Data from a WA Police report details which suburbs have seen increases and decreases in reports of family violence across Greater Bunbury.
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China is gearing up to showcase its narrow-body passenger jet to a global audience for the first time at the Singapore Airshow.
The new model, called Sora, allows a user to type out a desired scene and turns it into a high-definition video clip.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has to testify in a probe by the US Securities and Exchange Commission concerning his 2022 acquisition of Twitter, a US judge ordered in a court filing out Saturday.
I’ve learnt the hard way this week that Brian Burke’s political tentacles go deep.
WA would become home to a one-stop shop for the skills training required for hundreds of thousands of future clean energy jobs in an ambitious pitch to the Commonwealth Government.
Demand for housing is shifting to units, which are now selling almost as quickly as houses.
Mass transportation on our river can work but the allowable speed limits will have to increase. If it’s too slow, people won’t go.
Pro MMA fighter Jack Della Maddalena will front the biggest fight of his life in Miami in a few weeks’ time, but he has already had a major win on the home front.
WA school kids are sitting down and using screens so much they’re turning up at physios with sore backs and necks, lacking motor skills and putting themselves at risk of developing pre-arthritic postures.
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