Australia has extended its travel ban to another country as customers of a Gold Coast hair and beauty salon were urged to come forward after a worker contracted coronavirus.
Annika Smethurst, Sue Dunlevy, Jessica Marszalek, Stephen Drill, Natalie Wolfe, Ellen Whinnett
Karyn and Anthony Thomas take their three rescue dogs, Jake, Esme and Boofie for a walk to the Kalgoorlie Arboretum every day without fail.
Daryl Virgo, Colin Rodgers and Jennie McMeeken attended their local school in the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, and later came back as teachers, education assistants and gardeners.
Wayne Creek isn’t concerned about the talent The Giants lost during the off-season, with plenty of exciting new prospects set to hit the court
Ashlee’s mum, Joanne Monaghan, says neither she nor her daughter had ever felt disappointed when Ashlee was not able to celebrate on the day she was born.
Robert Frederick Gilbert, 33, was told he could not communicate or be within 50m of his partner after an incident in the early hours of the morning on Wednesday.
Australia is reviewing its overseas military commitments and the possibility of ‘a worse case scenario’ as the world braces for the coronavirus to be declared a pandemic.
US stocks continue to free fall as coronavirus fears raised the alarm for a possible global recession with trillions of dollars erased from shares around the world this week.
Prince Harry promised to “give it a shot” as he posted a video of his recording session with Jon Bon Jovi at the famous Abbey Road studios in London.
Stephen Drill and Mathew Murphy
Miracle gene therapies can “cure” a disease with a single treatment, as Mark Lee found out after beating the disease that killed two of his brothers. But our health system is so complex it could take years before the treatments are funded.
Nannup Music Festival attendees will have a chance to have early access to Kallidad’s yet-to-be-named new album.
Manjimup Senior High School is celebrating the hard work of its students following the 2019 Year 12s’ exemplary ATAR results.
Bridgetown Library has become involved in The Sketchbook Project, acting as a collection point for registered participants in the South West.
Pancakes and charity came together at Kearnan College yesterday as part of Shrove Tuesday celebrations.
Alarming new findings have revealed many Aussies simply don’t have enough money once they stop work, as debate rages on whether the compulsory super guarantee rate should rise.
WA’s best up-and-coming lacrosse talent will journey to Busselton next weekend for the annual round robin event Re-Lax Down South.
Sarah Donnelly has suffered from a tick borne illness since 2007. The chronic fatigue patient will now travel to Switzerland for radical treatment after being turned away by Australian hospitals.
The Collie Art Gallery will showcase the town’s creative talent at this weekend’s Collie Labour Day Festival where the Art Prize will be awarded tomorrow.
A severe weather warning continues to be in place across the Kimberley as ex-Tropical Cyclone Esther is expected to being more damaging winds and serve rainfall from north-East Australia.
Elise Van Aken
South West Refuge received a $10,000 grant which will allow the service to provide more crisis accommodation for women in need.
Wednesday and Thursday’s auctions at the Bibra Lake-based Western Wool Centre were cancelled in the wake of a cyber-attack on the Australian Wool Exchange’s software supplier Talman.
Irwin Shire has contracted a locum doctor and hopes to resolve issues at Dongara Medical Centre at a special council meeting next week.
Bunbury Animal Rescue Rehome Care is running sessions for the community to become better dog owners in March.
The Golden Mile Art Exhibition Group’s annual show challenges artists to submit work no bigger than an A4 piece of paper.
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