WA’s first rowing Olympic gold medallist Annabelle McIntyre is only just getting started.
A good rule of thumb in life is to never punch down. Another includes not using the word ‘proles’ if you are a former politician who was once a minister for families
Fremantle Port, WA’s trade gateway to the world, remained open because someone went to a stationery store, writes Ben Harvey. But wharfies are most definitely not on strike.
When Nat Locke caught up with a former teacher, she realised their memories of school camp were just as awful as hers.
WA’s Jack Cleary has described the moment he and his Australian teammates pushed for bronze at Tokyo. And now he’s got his sights set on a podium finish in Paris in 2024.
Despite his obvious personality flaws, failings in office and a vicious whirlwind of condemnation from political elites, Donald Trump appears hell-bent on staying in the American presidential race.
Dress codes are fascinating as an anthropological document. They represent a snapshot not just of what people are wearing but the anxieties of the time.
The challenge for Morrison going into the next election will be in convincing nervous mining communities in WA, Queensland and NSW that the benefits of making this commitment outweigh the risks.
You can fight it, or you can face up to it, but if you want to be part of Perth civilisation, sooner or later you’re going to have to get the jab.
Anything that could bring Cleo home is worth trying. All West Australians should be on the lookout for signs. Please help.
If legitimate questions continue to go unanswered, Mark McGowan will find himself under mounting pressure to justify why he is charting a different exit from COVID to just about anywhere else.
With half of Australia’s population being female, you’d think menstruation wouldn’t be a taboo subject in 2021. Yet it is.
Too many people have stories of home burglary, antisocial behaviour and much worse. Many want people caught and punished. Ultimately, they want less crime and less victims of crime. But what works?
We should not overlook the fact more than 74 per cent of West Aussies over 16 have had their first jab - meaning a big majority of people think it is the right way to go.
It’s hard to imagine how anyone experiencing the torment of a missing child could muster the composure to front a TV camera.
Our thoughts — and no doubt those of everyone in WA — are with Cleo and her family as we all desperately hope for a positive conclusion.
Politicians love to kiss babies, so they say, but, according to naysayers this week, not all babies are good babies.
Too many dads miss out on a special time in their kid’s life. An exhausting, messy, occasionally poo-smeared time, yes, but a special time.
This elevator music we’ve all been listening to for more than a year now is clearly sending us round the twist when we really should be preparing to go around the world.
The problem the PM faces is being able to sell to the international community that Australia is doing enough while ensuring to those in his party that he’s not going too far.
Our success in preventing a major outbreak of the virus in WA has led to a lack of urgency and a lack of concern.
The crowds who rallied against COVID-19 restrictions were in stark contrast to the millions of dollars raised by hundreds of thousands of West Australians taking responsibility for the disadvantaged.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who was unable to attend due to COVID restrictions, summed up the sentiment of Telethon when he called it ‘a true celebration... in an absolute West Australian style.’
Our State is one of the most trade-exposed economies anywhere on earth and we must make the outcomes of the Glasgow UN Climate Change Conference work for us, writes Patrick Gorman
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