WA Health is refusing to release an independent expert review of airflow and ventilation in Perth’s quarantine hotels, prompting accusations from the peak doctors’ group of a ‘cover up’.
Two brothers argued about veganism and one calling their mother a ‘stunned mullet’ during a drunken argument before a fatal stabbing, a court has heard.
‘We will never give up’: The search for the remains of missing teenager Hayley Dodd at a Wheatbelt property once owned by her killer Francis Wark enters its third day.
A full-time emotional support dog placed in WA’s public prosecution office will cost tax payers more than $1000 a week over the coming three years.
Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says while the Morrison Government wants an open dialogue and a constructive relationship with China, it will not come at the expense of national interests.
Danielle Le Messurier
Putting a roof over the heads of 10 rough sleepers saved WA’s deluged hospital system more than 1450 overnight bed stays in a year — the equivalent of $2.2 million.
The word boom is often followed by the word bust. Historically the two words have been used in conjunction to describe the WA economy. But this time around it’s showing a real resilience.
Woodside’s interim chief executive Meg O’Neill has wasted no time demonstrating her attitude towards corporate culture within the WA oil and gas giant.
A truck driver has been charged after his Mack prime mover collided with a freight train in Kalgoorlie, leaving two men with serious injuries.
Storms or wildfires that down power lines and disrupt supply are the nightmare of grids around the world, but WA’s power providers have found an alternative.
The student body of WA’s most prestigious university is reviewing its sexual assault response policy amid reports under-age ‘freshers’ were pressured to drink heavily at a sundowner in a public park.
Bethany Hiatt & Michael Traill
By the time he departed, the PM was sounding like he had discovered McGowan’s re-election playbook while in the west.
The fact the Treasurer is travelling five hours across the nation in the middle of the usual pre-Budget chaos speaks volumes. He knows WA has been the economic engine room of the nation.
Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says West Australians have a bright economic future with “many sectors” performing well and helping to lead Australia out of the first recession in almost 30 years.
A Cambridge councillor won’t be able to drive himself to council meetings for six months after his license suspended for driving with a blood alcohol content of above 0.08 in West Perth last month.
Premier Mark McGowan wants Australia to seriously consider temporarily banning all travellers from India — despite a reported 9000 Aussies waiting for flights home, The West can reveal.
Workers in low-risk management and admin roles at WA’s quarantine hotels receiving a cut of $1.2 million in topped-up wages has been labelled an ‘insult to our hospital healthcare workers’.
Health bosses at Perth Children’s Hospital have been forced to apologise for an “incomplete assessment” which risked a two-year-old girl’s organs shutting down.
Jessica Page and Michael Traill
Veteran journalist Chris Ilsley is returning to Perth airwaves, four months after he was sensationally given the boot from 6PR after 21 years of service.
An Air Force veteran is among The West readers to have their say over WA’s Anzac Day coronavirus restrictions, with scathing messages for Minister for Veterans Issues Paul Papalia.
Letters to the Editor
Australia faces one of its riskiest periods since the height of the pandemic because of the surging number of returning travellers infected with COVID-19, Mark McGowan warns.
The Newdegate farmer has put himself forward for a district four position, exactly a year after departing the board he served on for 20 years.
Two men have been charged with drug supply offences after an alleged meth bust which could have netted more than $3 million in cash.
Plans for King’s Campus in the City Link precinct will include balcony offices, a vast tree canopy and calming biophilic finishes, including stone and timber.
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