Nationals MP James Hayward is due to face court today charged with child sex offences, The West Australian can reveal.
Emily Moulton and Peter Law
Bunbury Police have confirmed a 30-year-old and a 39-year-old died after their vehicle left the road and collided with a tree near the intersection of Forrest Highway and Clifton Road.
Teachers, parents and police officers were coated in colour during Kingston Primary School’s colour run last week, with students running through hurdles to reach the end of the fun run course.
Public consultation has begun for the new Waroona town centre revitalisation strategy, as the town looks to recapture a common identity.
Tensions ran high in a packed Harvey Shire Council chamber last week as the fate of a vegetable grower’s contentious application to expand its horticultural operations was deferred until next year.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service showed off two new additions to its flying arsenal in Harvey last week, giving local clinicians and emergency crews the chance to see the new equipment.
If 54,000 new customers had moved to an area, surely it’s just good business sense to keep your shopfront there?
Regional Australia has lost a quarter of its banks in the past four years, a trend that is no shock to South West towns at the coal face of a regional banking exodus being labelled “unconscionable”.
Historic country, culture and art in the depths of Collie was celebrated over the weekend with the return of the annual Roelands Village Festival.
The department has admitted multiple schools in the region had to cancel their in-term swimming programs as a result of the shortage, but would not be drawn on how many schools were affected.
Bunbury resident Bronwen English has been confirmed as Labor’s choice to contest the seat, which has been held by Brunswick-born Nola Marino for 14 years.
A pair of illegal marron fishers in the South West have been hit with almost $100,000 in fines after catching more than 400 marron — the biggest fine for illegal marron fishing in WA history.
Beneath the Baggy Green and Three Lions caps bubbles one of world sport’s great rivalries and the storylines of this series will be bestsellers — even if Perth does miss out on an Ashes Test.
A senior manager on Australia’s deepest-ever commercial dive told a court things should have been done differently to better protect the safety of divers, some of whom are still brain-damaged.
A deep dive into CBH Group’s flagged freight rates has revealed the cost of delivering grain to some sites has increased 71 per cent. Here’s how much each bin will cost to deliver to this harvest.
As a woman in what was very much claimed as a man’s domain, Shirley Morris-Knowles was often fighting fires on more fronts than the flames in front of her.
Sgt Hallsworth said he still strongly opposed bail, labelling the man a “risk to the community”.
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Newly-minted Kimberley Regional Group chair David Menzel has urged housing and childcare issues be addressed amid an across-the-board uptick in the region’s population.
Karratha business leaders have backed a $185 million State Government plan to lure international students and visitors to Western Australia.
An emotional Mr Hao said he could never thank the group enough for their actions on that day.
“I’ve been doing blocks of two weeks, with quite a bit of intensity and a lot of volume.”
Hard-up West Australians owe $121 million in overdue power bills, with 101,000 families unable to pay during winter.
WA businesswoman Erin Tan has opened up on her personal experience with domestic violence — and what it will take to end the scourge.
The fight for more shopping hours for Perth has been take up by an unlikely hero – Daylight Saving Party MP Wilson Tucker.
Cottesloe’s iconic Indiana Tea House is set for a stunning facelift, thanks to new plans to renovate and extend it with a luxury boutique hotel.
Frontline health workers in WA are being trained to spot the signs of strangulation in domestic violence victims after research found offenders who strangle their partners are more likely to murder them.
If it was up to Perth couple Scott Corbett and Chris Brain they would be starting a family now. Instead, they are weighing a legal challenge to the WA laws that prevent them from having a baby via surrogate.
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