Premier Mark McGowan said the security breach at his home will not ‘deter’ him from ‘keeping the community safe’ and vaccinated.
Mark McGowan says WA is ‘sick of being treated like an ATM machine’ by NSW, as Treasurer Matt Kean on Sunday called for GST ‘reform’ to get NSW its ‘fair share’.
WA Music Hall of Famer Daron Keogh is running free workshops as part of the Mid West Music Development Program to teach, right from the basics, how to write music.
Carnarvon will do ‘anything it takes’ to find Cleo Smith, as the town prepares to hold a candlelit vigil for the four-year-old tonight.
To catch a child abductor you have to understand the rare beast that is a child abductor, says a former senior detective who specialises in this type of abhorrent crime.
Health Minister Roger Cook has provided WA further insight into what living with COVID-19 is set to be like when a hard border to NSW and Victoria is finally dropped.
Billed as a ‘wilderness campground’, the Blowholes is just that. There is no check-in, no register, no powered sites and no access to water. Campers have to be self-sufficient.
John Flint, Shannon Beven, Brianna Dugan
Tony Galati has become the State Government’s latest poster boy for WA’s COVID-19 vaccination program.
Rival Australian mining firm have taken an unprecedented joint step to create an educational program aimed at eradicating sex attacks within the resources industry.
The Little Telethon Stars who led the record-breaking $62 million fundraising effort last weekend say they are thrilled to have been a part of Telethon history.
It’s been six years since Kaitlyn Paul lost her baby girl towards the end of a healthy pregnancy, but the words ‘there’s no fetal heart’ still haunt her.
A police officer turned investigator turned author turned troll — who is yet to pay a cent of the $700,000 defamation damages he owes three Perth businessmen — could be about to add to his CV.
Mark McGowan has been placed under tight police guard after a security incident which saw the WA Premier bundled into his official car and rushed home from a wedding.
Ben Harvey & Caitlyn Rintoul
Shire president Eddie Smith has promised Carnarvon will support Cleo Smith’s mother Ellie and her partner Jake as the search for the little girl continues.
In an exclusive interview the veteran cop investigating the disappearance of Cleo Smith has revealed why he believes the likelihood of her abductor having crossed the border with her is low.
As the desperate search for Cleo Smith continues, missing child posters have been popped up far and wide across WA as the public try to help law enforcement find answers to her tragic disappearance.
Tom Zaunmayr and Kate Purnell
Howling winds, rocky terrain and a soundtrack of thundering swell — this is what would have confronted Cleo Smith at the time she vanished from her family’s tent.
Ailish Delaney and Jackson Barrett
The desperate search for four-year-old Cleo Smith is ‘stirring up memories’ of another of WA’s unsolved disappearances, that of Collie schoolgirl Lisa Mott.
Police are exploring whether whoever took Cleo Smith from her tent had visited her family home beforehand, amid fears the abduction could have been pre-meditated.
Frustrated protesters have stamped handprints on the walls of the Geraldton Police Station after a local police officer was acquitted over the fatal shooting of an Aboriginal mother.
Shocking vision has emerged of a women walking across lanes of the tunnel in what appears to be an early morning drunken stunt. Watch the dramatic incident here.
Police Minister Paul Papalia has vowed police will receive any resource needed to help bring Cleo Smith home.
Police have taken their search to the home of Cleo Smith’s mother, as they probe whether the girl’s abductor had previously visited.
Anti-vaccination protesters hoping to stage a rally at the home of WA Premier Mark McGowan over his COVID-19 vaccine mandates produced a lacklustre turnout on Saturday.
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