Two semi-trailers have smashed into each other before bursting into flames, triggering a huge emergency response in Sydney’s west.
A strict travel warning put in place 18 months ago has finally been revoked as Australians prepare to head abroad from next week.
The Albany Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s after hours events give members a chance to network in a relaxed environment.
Trails at Foxes Lair, Railway Dam and Archibald Park reserves, the Griffo mountain bike trail and the Noongar Dreaming Path in Gnarojin Park will benefit from the improvements.
Dropping in to Narrogin last week, Kay Hogan and Joan Donovan, the granddaughters of architect George Lavater, visited one of his most historic buildings.
The Wheatbelt Cycling Collective is a not-for-profit organisation aiming to improve tourist trails throughout the Wheatbelt.
Feedback is being sought from local governments on whether superannuation for elected members should be enabled or required.
The grant, announced as part of round five of the Building Better Regions Fund, will be used to undertake a skills audit to identify and upskill a reliable aged-care and disability-services workforce.
The South West Native Title Settlement is a landmark deal brokered by the State Government and six Noongar agreement groups.
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed type of cancer in Australia with nine people dying each day from the disease.
Australia’s rail safety watchdog has launched a review into improving visibility at rail crossings after pressure from families whose loved ones were killed by trains.
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WA Transport Minister Rita Saffioti has broken down in tears while talking about road and rail safety in State Parliament just weeks her cousin’s son was killed in a road accident.
It’s a town well-known for producing football talent, and now Halls Creek is using its greatest AFL exports to help boost COVID-19 vaccination rates.
A court has heard terrifying details of the moment a hiker was confronted by a group of alleged neo-Nazis.
New figures showing the strongest annual inflation growth rate in almost six years sent the ASX tumbling but it managed to claw back to finish flat.
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A 65-year-old Geraldton woman has been taken to hospital after crashing a car into a bollard and flipping the vehicle on Foreshore Drive this afternoon.
You may have been exposed to the coronavirus without knowing it – because the warning is too hard to find.
More changes may be coming for Crown Resorts, as the scandal-plagued casino giant recovers from another damning report.
Melissa Iaria and Angie Raphael
A Capes dad’s fight for better services to help people at risk of self-harm has triggered a major pow wow of mental health providers across the State.
Settlers Tavern was thrilled to come away from this year’s Wotif awards with the people’s choice for best country pub in Australia.
The Reserve Bank has previously guaranteed Aussies the interest rate would be unchanged until 2024, but new data may change that.
Tributes have flown in for beloved Kununurra woman Mary Durack, after her passing following year-long battle with motor neurone disease.
Forensics officers have returned to Cleo Smith’s Carnarvon family home, scouring the inside for evidence that could lead to a breakthrough in the case.
A conversation after Josh Cavallo seemed off during pre-season paved the way for the first gay male footballer in Australia to feel supported in coming out.
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