WA’s number one news podcast The West Live has hit a new milestone, achieving two million downloads.
Outgoing ABC host Leigh Sales has lifted the lid on what it was like dealing with a host of former PMs.
Tim Bailey has given the TV presenter the classic one-two punch, this time hitting out with a foul-mouthed outburst about her infamous Logies speech.
Troy de Ruyter
A media report suggests media mogul Rupert Murdoch and actress Jerry Hall are getting divorced.
The University of Canberra's Digital Media report shows growth in print journalism, with audiences turning their back on social media as a source of news.
A gossip writer has admitted making ‘mistakes’ after threatening to break the news of Rebel Wilson’s first romance with a woman just a day before she made the announcement herself.
Talented journalist Mooney sat at the Seven News desk for almost two decades, first entering the living rooms of West Australians in 1984.
Geof Parry & Kate Purnell
WA’s former insurance powerhouse SGIO will soon join other local brands like Aherns, Challenge Bank and Marlows in the corporate graveyard as its parent company cleans house.
Bunbury residents had the chance to hear directly from South West editor Jakeb Waddell as he gave an update on the future of this newspaper and discussed issues impacting the region at a town hall meeting.
Brazilian police have opened a criminal investigation as they hunt for a missing British journalist and his companion who have gone missing in the Amazon jungle
Brazilian agencies are searching for a British journalist who was interviewing Indigenous people and a local official in a remote region of the Amazon.
Fabiano Maisonnave and David Biller, Associated Press
The Victorian government has struck a three-year deal with national newswire AAP as it works to support regional media outlets.
Perth listeners are tuning out of 6PR in droves and tuning into ABC, with the AM station’s breakfast and morning shows seeing a huge spike in their ratings.
Former media boss David Aspinall, who worked with Alan Bond and headed WA Newspapers before helping run Channel Seven, has died.
Australia’s new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has led the chorus of praise for The West Australian’s history-making bilingual Noongar-English front page, marking the start of National Reconciliation Week.
Queensland journalists won't face prosecution for refusing to name confidential sources in court after the state passed media shield laws.
The West Australian’s young talent has been recognised nationally once again, with the nominees responsible for groundbreaking exclusives in WA.
West Australian Newspapers has continued its run as the top-performing cross-platform news brand in the country with nation-leading growth of 19.4 per cent in the past year.
Tributes have flowed for pioneering Australian journalist Caroline Jones who died on Friday aged 84.
A Taliban official says female television presenters on local stations in Afghanistan must now cover their faces when on air.
Mohammad Yunus Yawar
When the Prime Minister tackles a schoolboy days out from an election, it begs the ultimate front page story. But an epic pre-election pic like this needs an epic headline to go with it.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation will create a new ombudsman role following recommendations from an independent review of its complaints procedures.
Elon Musk has put his $US44-billion deal for Twitter on hold, citing pending details that spam and fake accounts represent less than 5 per cent of users.
The coalition will spend $8 billion upgrading Australia's helicopter fleet for the army and navy as part of a re-election commitment.
Andrew Brown and Tess Ikonomou
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