Assaulted, almost run down and spat at — one of Perth's top family lawyers Julia Johnston has faced workplace nightmares many couldn't imagine across her four decades of practice.
WA’s hard border means the tourism industry is already missing out on east coast dollars for 2021, according to Tourism Council WA boss Evan Hall.
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Tourism Council WA boss Evan Hall will join The West Live this morning to discuss the State's hard border policy heading into the Christmas season. LISTEN LIVE FROM 8.45AM.
Perth dog owners who attended the City of Stirling’s Paw-some Day Out have been warned to check their pooches for virus symptoms after a labrador contracted a respiratory disease.
Qantas chair Richard Goyder says Victoria recording zero new coronavirus cases today should prompt the WA Government to outline its plans to reopen its borders.
Telethon’s chairman Richard Goyder will join The West Live this morning to celebrate WA's astonishing $46.3 million contribution to medical research. LISTEN LIVE AT 8.45AM.
Telethon Kids Institute’s Professor Jonathan Carapetis will join The West Live this morning ahead of WA’s much-loved fundraising event. LISTEN LIVE FROM 8.45AM.
Police officers granting serious alleged offenders bail is a weak point in a system that favours the accused over the victim, former top cop Karl O’Callaghan claims.
Basil Zempilas has pledged to be a forward-thinking and approachable leader, committed to rebooting Perth’s heart.
Former WA police commissioner Karl O’Callaghan will join The West Live to discuss WA Police's admission that they made a mistake by granting bail to an alleged sex offender. LISTEN LIVE FROM 8.45AM.
A teenage boy has been rushed to hospital after he was slashed during a fight at a Perth school, just a week after another student was allegedly chased and stabbed with a kitchen knife.
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Cocooned far away from her home in virus-ravaged New York, US actor Kate Walsh said she felt “fortunate” to be in WA amid the coronavirus pandemic after an impromptu holiday to Perth in March.
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