Major crash investigators are calling for information about the crash.
The number of hours ambulances spent ramped outside WA hospitals last month has hit a record high. It comes as unions slam the government for placing frontline workers in a ‘perilous position.’
Hong Kong's anti-corruption watchdog says singer Anthony Wong provided "entertainment to induce others to vote" for a pro-democracy activist in 2018.
Sara Cheng and Jessie Pang
Three people have been flown to Royal Darwin Hospital after receiving critical injuries in a car crash near Lake Argyle at the weekend.
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt says unwell and Indigenous children as young as 12 will be given priority access to Pfizer vaccines.
The Member for Pearce will fill in for Peter Dutton who is in quarantine due to his children being caught up in the COVID cluster in Brisbane.
Queensland's chief health officer says the under 60s should talk to their doctors about the AstraZeneca jab, as the state battles an escalating COVID-19 threat.
Margaret River’s State Emergency Service team is on the hunt for a new leader.
Traditional owners are furious the federal government is spending $50 million to fast-track gas fracking on their country instead of helping Aboriginal people.
NSW's top doctor says she doesn't want any Pfizer jabs wasted after a Sydney nurse was sacked for giving shots destined for the bin to relatives.
A 'big battery' fire west of Melbourne has burned throughout the weekend, with experts brought in to help firefighters bring the blaze to an end.
The State Government announced last week an investment of $3.37 million towards 14 new telecommunication towers along major road networks and in tourist hotspots.
The lawyer for a Grampians woman convicted of deliberately mowing down her ex-partner, has told the Court of Appeal the jury verdict is unsafe.
Rowan’s Walk to promote suicide awareness and prevention will be held on August 11 and for the first time community members from Roebourne, Tom Price and Newman will walk together at the same time.
With some teams looking to next year and others to the Holy Grail, Pilbara News chatted to each of the teams’ coaches about their 2021 season so far.
Cheyanne Enciso & Elliott Turner
The Yara Falcons still sit fourth on the ladder and are one point clear ahead of the Blades.
A home run by Pirates’ Shakira Taylor was the highlight of round 12 of Hedland softball at Marie Marland Reserve on Thursday, as the Raiders and Jets chalked up dominant victories.
In Hedland’s biggest race day of the year, Shaun McGruddy took out first prize in convincing fashion on Sunday at the Hedland Cup on trainer Rob Gulberti’s Staaden
The alignment of two new bridges that would replace the 83-year-old Fremantle Traffic Bridge have been unveiled. The announcement was attended by protesters who oppose the controversial project.
Two rare Sumatran tigers in Indonesia are recovering from COVID-19 after 10-12 days, and are under close observation at Jakarta's Ragunan Zoo.
South Australians in Queensland have been urged to consider returning soon to avoid any tougher travel restrictions from the Sunshine State.
The Dragons are red hot in the top division of Port Hedland Netball with a victory over Lynx and the Eagles remain high on top of the table, in what is shaping up to be a thrilling finals campaign.
The Bardi and Nyul Nyul woman is preparing for the official release of her new range Iharaa Swim, which will feature designs by regional creatives.
A 37-year-old man has been charged with allegedly accessing child abuse material in the southeast Queensland city of Toowoomba.
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