It’s easy to say mistakes were made in the tragic case of this 11-year-old girl but her death must bring more than hand-wringing and pledges to investigate what went wrong. What went wrong is obvious.
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The response of Australia and the world to coronavirus has been nothing short of a disaster, and it is time to stop limiting lives and causing damage that will last decades, writes Alan Jones.
The sad reality of WA is there are hundreds of children who will face an uncertain future purely based on their Indigenous heritage and where they live.
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Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
For all the endeavours to stamp it out, the scourge of child sexual abuse continues to wreak misery in regional and remote WA.
David Frost and Richard Nixon it was not. The Premier’s grilling of her personal life by Kyle & Jackie O, who pushed the One Of The Girls routine to the limits of grossness, was baffling in the extreme writes Louise Roberts
The on-screen fight between Nick Cummins and Sabrina Frederick on Channel Seven’s new reality show shocked viewers and left the AFLW star shaken. SEE THE VIDEO
When it comes to making sure everyone in our society has their most basic needs met — food, water and shelter — there should not be any “buts” involved, writes Annabel Hennessy.
Annabel HennessyPolitics Reporter
A report by ING released earlier this year revealed one in three Australian adults was likely to look for a new job after the coronavirus crisis.
Meilin ChewFinance News Presenter
The Al Messilah, or another ship just like it, could become WA’s Ruby Princess if the McGowan Government and its Federal counterpart don’t get their acts together.
For the first time in two-and-half years the City of Perth has a democratically elected Lord Mayor after Basil Zempilas was sworn in to the role by Governor Kim Beazley tonight. SEE THE PICTURES.
The pearl-clutching and painful reaction to details of the NSW Premier’s private life being aired publicly beg the question — just what kind of women are we allowed to be?
The fact that Gladys Berejiklian is probably in at least as much danger from a mistake in her private life as Dan Andrews is from an epic failure of government says something about political culpability in this country, writes Peta Credlin.
REPRESENTATIVE football brings with it a sense of belonging, passion, excitement and anticipation the NTFL coaches and players will experience in large quantities next year, writes GREY MORRIS
Perth now has an energetic, high-profile Lord Mayor to lead it to greater heights. With his like-minded councillors, Mr Zempilas has a mandate to get things done, and the opportunities are endless.
THE Esplanade is a jewel in the Darwin CBD and business and government should be trying to use it as much as possible to attract people to the city centre
The polls look bad for the Republican candidate — but guess what, they did at this point in 2016, too, and a closer look reveals a tighter race than the pundits suggest, writes James Morrow.
Where aggressive tactics have alienated middle Australia, the fight for workplace safety is a union’s most important work. As long as there are employers who disregard safety, the fight keeps going.
With Liza Harvey on the nose with Scarborough voters and senior MPs conceding ‘spills do happen’, rumours have sparked the party could make a desperate play to rope in Julie Bishop to lead.
Gladys Berejiklian, knowing her secret partner Daryl Maguire had been found to have breached the parliamentary code of conduct didn’t break off their affair until a matter of weeks ago — but love is no defence against impropriety, Piers Akerman writes.
The swiftness of the AFL to swoop on Willie Rioli should have been mirrored by a similar resolution of the case. By any measure the AFL has behaved reprehensibly and appallingly, writes Tom Percy QC.
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Belle TaylorPLAY Magazine Editor
There were no angels with harps or the parting of gilded clouds. At one stage, I remember saying to my wife: ‘Stop talking. I think I’m having a moment.’
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