Pink has hit out at internet haters who slammed her for sledging the “All Lives Matter” movement, as a “deeply saddened” Michael Jordan calls for change and Aussie stars condemn death of George Floyd.
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The sheep were supposed to have departed Fremantle last week, just days before the northern hemisphere summer live shipping ban started on Monday.
WATCH IT HERE: A 70-second film, which charts the fictional, and quirky, spending ambitions of ordinary West Aussies, is being rolled out on social channels.
Born and bred in Bunbury, Ebony Grigo has had great success sinking her teeth into a postgraduate Dental Medicine Doctorate at The University of Western Australia.
Bridgetown-Greenbushes Shire Council voted to adopt plans for upgrading Bridgetown’s Youth Precinct at its council meeting on Thursday.
The RAC Rescue helicopter was called to a two car crash on Caves Road, near the intersection of Wildwood Road, in Yallingup Today at about 10.51am.
Police have shown their full force against violent protesters in some US states, others have shown solidarity. But one photo has stunned onlookers.
In an effort to help pubs and clubs around WA, Australian brewing company Carlton & United Breweries has announced they will be doubling all funds raised through their latest campaign.
“It was the hardest thing I’ve had to do and I am speaking out to warn others. I don’t want anybody else to have to say goodbye to their pet.”
Sportsmen and women, actors, writers and musicians from the Mid West are continually making advancements we all once thought was only a pipe dream. Is the six degrees of separation shrinking?
The parents of two young children killed in a horror crash near Geraldton yesterday said the step siblings ‘were happy, arguing brother and sister’ and had become inseparable.
The doctor sent to contain the coronavirus outbreaks on the Ruby Princess, the Diamond Princess and the Grand Princess has revealed why he’d have no issues taking a holiday on a cruise.
The south coast whale season got off to a sad start when spotters saw a whale in distress off Cheynes Beach.
Stacey Boothman has won the South Metropolitan TAFE Apprentice of the Year Student of the Year Award.
Music festivals across the nation have been cancelled due to COVID-19, but the Great Southern’s Denmark Festival of Voice has found a way to push on.
Margaret Butler has knitted many blankets, but has only just started making them for not-for-profit group Wheelchairs For Kids.
Denmark-Walpole ruckman Kalin Lane is remaining upbeat as he eyes a WA State 18s selection.
Former Albany resident Holly Taylor trained her first metropolitan winner last Thursday.
The class action has been before the courts for six years after the Gillard government shut down the live export trade in 2011, hurting cattle producers across northern Australia.
Fishing enthusiasts will soon benefit from a $15 million project that will see the construction of a public access bridge at Turkey Point in Bunbury.
The Capel Shire Council has agreed to apply for a review into the two improvement notices issued by the State’s workplace safety agency earlier this year.
Published by the Mitchell Institute at Victoria University, the report highlighted a wealth/poverty divide in smoking rates across the country.
The talented 19-year-old is bound for Assumption College and poised to play in the NCAA division-two competition under head coach Scott Faucher.
The State and Commonwealth-funded $20 million contract awarded to Wongutha Way Alliance was announced last week.
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