A huge CSIRO telescope has just mapped out the southern sky in impeccable detail, reaching about three million galaxies in just 300 hours.
A Murchison pastoralist who applied for help through a Federal drought loan scheme has spoken out about the “bureaucratic nightmare” she found herself entangled in for 16 months.
Softball association members found sharps boxes damaged and needles scattered in the public toilets as children arrived to train.
I was honoured to be named “spirit of the games” by the judges and organisers. It is a moment I will never forget.
WA’s “hard border” is back.
Locals puzzled over how the seabird came to be 350km inland at Mount Magnet.
WA agrifood and beverage businesses looking to grow have been encouraged to apply for up to $10,000 from the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.
Sheep producers whose properties received recent rainfall have been urged to take action to protect the productivity and profitability of their flock.
The Mid West’s cheapest land has been snapped up after being marketed from $1 a block, bringing new blood to a town of less than 300 people.
A small but mighty Mid West community has made its voice heard in Parliament after rallying together to oppose a major road development residents say will destroy homes and devastate the town.
The Geraldton Clontarf Academy will have a record number of students in 2021
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Their advice determines where we can go, who we can see and what we can do in this bizarre new world living with COVID-19 but until this year few people knew what a Chief Health Officer was.
When Bruce Rock’s one and only supermarket burnt down in March, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, it was a “tragedy” for the eastern Wheatbelt community.
A former West Perth women’s WAFL player has avoided jail after being caught trying to drive $20,000 worth of cannabis from Perth to Geraldton.
Albany could become Australia’s first city to run solely on recycled natural gas, with a feasibility study set to map out how to deliver gas from a Perth tip to Albany homes.
Ms Mettam yesterday marked the party’s launch of its 103-day election campaign with a whirlwind tour of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
A woman who was sexually assaulted while asleep alone in a Geraldton motel room by a burglar on a cocktail of drugs and alcohol has bravely faced her attacker in court.
After years of campaigning and pleading the State Government to take action, a road safety group is celebrating the speed limit on a notorious stretch of South Western Highway being lowered.
An extensive search operation is underway in Ascot for a missing 30-year-old man who fell from a boat into the water.
Perth Lynx coach Ryan Petrik paid tribute to captain Katie Ebzery after the team ensured she would celebrate her 300th WNBL game with a win.
Tens of thousands of West Australian families are making plans to reunite over Christmas after Premier Mark McGowan announced quarantine-free travel with NSW and Victoria would resume from December 8.
Dean Nalder and his wife today decided it was time to start a new chapter. Here’s why we should thank him for closing this one on his career in the WA Liberal Party.
Respected Perth lawyer Hayley Cormann would be the frontrunner to be the Liberal candidate for Bateman at the March election were it not for her husband, Mathias Cormann. HERE’S WHY.
Former Barnett government minister and shadow treasurer Dean Nalder has sensationally announced he is quitting State politics before the March election.
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