More than 4500 homes across the Mid West are without power following a series of weather induced pole fires, which have triggered unplanned outages across the region.
Anna Cox and Jessica Moroney
Premier Roger Cook has implored pilots and Qantas to use a sudden break from industrial action to put down their swords and come to an agreement so the State’s resources sector can keep moving.
Simone Grogan and Dylan Caporn
An exhibition showcasing everything that is to love about a Gascoyne town launched last week, as judges sifted through more than 100 entries to determine winners in four categories.
An award-winning Mid West distillery’s plan to expand has been temporarily scrapped while the business awaits the outcome of a judicial review submitted against the Shire of Irwin.
A man who stole a vehicle and trailer belonging to Ultimate Watersports — which contained $60,000 of accessories to help people with disability — and torched it near the speedway is set to be sentenced.
The final round of qualifiers in the Young Motors Women’s Cricket League on Sunday ended on a gloomy note with two forfeits.
A horse with strong ties to Geraldton won big at the Magic Millions races last weekend, claiming the top prize for the syndicate of owners, which includes four Geraldton women.
Good Samaritans have been offering up their air-conditioned homes to strangers in need as parts of the Mid West-Gascoyne brace for more extreme heatwave conditions close to 50C.
The pressure was on Chapman Valley to make the grand final after finishing well on top, but it was the underdog Hawks who swooped to score an exhilarating 28-point preliminary final win.
The 2024 Jamba Nyinayi Festival will return for its third year on Friday, April 11, showcasing a two-day line up of local and nationally recognised Indigenous artists and performers in the Mid West-Gascoyne.
Police have barred 15 people from purchasing alcohol across a WA region since laws strengthening the banned drinkers register were introduced in December.
A serving WA Police officer has tragically died after she took her own life in regional WA.
BHP has confirmed government assistance could be too little too late in rescuing the drowning WA nickel operations that caused the Big Australian to cut its interim dividend.
The union representing Network Aviation pilots has hit back at a planned meeting with Qantas management, claiming the town hall assembly will not address the systemic issues of the ongoing pay dispute.
Dozens of suspected asylum seekers who arrived via boat on WA’s remote north coast have been flown to Nauru.
The Woolworths chief executive has accumulated hundreds of thousands of shares and performance rights over his 13 years with the retailer.
A chorus of West Coast fans have rejoiced at the possibility of the return to the original song as the new era under chief executive Don Pyke continues to take shape.
West Coast being described as ‘ridiculous and unprofessional’ for dressing up during pre-season shows a lack of understanding for what life is really like as a professional athlete, writes Caitlin Bassett.
Matt Wright’s insurance provider has delivered a setback in a civil lawsuit brought by the widow of his Netflix co-star Chris Wilson.
A former Broome Bishop at the centre of a top-secret investigation ordered by the Pope has been charged over a number of alleged historical sex offences, some dating back 50 years.
Chris Reason and Troy de Ruyter
Survival thriller We Bury the Dead has officially started production in Albany — and the high-profile cast joining Star Wars hero Daisy Ridley can finally be revealed.
The proposed marine park which has 300,000 hectares of ocean earmarked for sanctuary zones has been labelled as “absurd”, “humungous” and “overkill” by the peak body for WA’s commercial fishing industry.
Anneke de Boer
More than 500 Goldfields customers were without power on Tuesday afternoon after a truck collided with a power pole, sparking a fire on Coolgardie’s main street.
WA tourism boss Evan Hall has urged the region to get behind resort projects for the sake of the region’s housing crisis.
The State Government has committed $1.3 million in funding to assist West Australian athletes who are heading to the Olympic and Paralympic Games later this year.
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China is gearing up to showcase its narrow-body passenger jet to a global audience for the first time at the Singapore Airshow.
The new model, called Sora, allows a user to type out a desired scene and turns it into a high-definition video clip.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has to testify in a probe by the US Securities and Exchange Commission concerning his 2022 acquisition of Twitter, a US judge ordered in a court filing out Saturday.
A motorcycle rider has died after trying to avoid police and crashing in Perth’s south last night.
Troy de Ruyter
Support is being provided to the devastated family and colleagues following the tragedy.
A Fremantle man who fled drug charges in WA to peddle psychedelics from a Bali villa is behind bars after arriving back in Australia.
Older Australians are being forced to go without meat, fish and fresh vegetables thanks to sky-high supermarket prices that some say have pushed them to the brink of financial despair.
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