Second-year Giant Toby Bedford is expecting big things from his team in 2024 after falling just short of a grand final appearance last season.
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In a thrilling showdown in round two of the Malcolm Douglas Cup, the Chicken Treat Kickers emerged victorious against Broome FC with a commanding 11-6 win.
As images of an Aboriginal woman in her 20s drinking hand sanitiser in the Kimberley hit news stands on February 13 the State Government announced a new AOD withdrawal service for the East Kimberley.
Local real estate agent Tony Hutchinson experienced a harrowing ordeal when he was viciously attacked by two dogs during a routine property inspection in Coconut Wells earlier this month.
WA’s peak body for doctors has backed the Kimberley’s biggest primary healthcare provider that has decided to not refer patients to the Banned Drinkers Register against their will.
Teams clashed in the thrilling second round of the Broome Basketball Association’s term one competition on February 22.
Pull out your flannel shirts as this year’s Kimberley Moon Experience returns to the ‘90s with Aussie rock legends The Screaming Jets, while world-renowned Jimeoin headlines Comedy in the Park
Arson squad detectives are investigating a fire at a home in Subiaco early this morning that caused extensive damage.
Promoter Paul Dainty brought Tina Turner to Australia twice at her peak. Now he’s bringing a musical based on her life to Perth. We go inside the making of the stage extravaganza.
The City of Perth council is set to make a decision on opening a shelter for women in Northbridge after it closed its East Perth shelter almost four months ago.
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No one is expecting West Coast to make finals after coming off a three-win season. What they are expecting is improvement and direction as the club looks to embrace a new era under CEO Don Pyke.
The CBD’s evolution into a residential area has sparked one of its first big disputes, with complaints over plans for a 33-storey student tower set only two car lengths from a neighbouring apartment block.
A 13-year-old girl is missing with the Department of Communities appealing to the public for help to locate the teenager who was last seen in Tambellup.
Liberal MP Steve Thomas has admitted contact with Brian Burke has ‘possibly’ cost him his political career.
Police are continuing to investigate whether a licensed firearm owner who shot an alleged intruder found naked inside his granddaughter’s walk-in-robe used reasonable force.
One month on from a catastrophic power outage that plunged the Goldfields into darkness and cost local businesses thousands of dollars, the WA Opposition has hit out at the Cook Government for its abandonment.
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A Bridgetown artist is preparing to play at the Fairbridge Festival and release her new album while settling back in WA after a career in the UK.
A Boyup Brook farmer has spoken out about the Prime Minister’s refusal to meet with concerned live export farmers and called the Federal Agriculture Minister’s meeting “antagonistic” and “insulting” to farmers.
A Goldfields-Esperance shire has become one of WA’s tiny home trailblazers as the council gives the green light for the compact dwellings to be used as long-term housing.
New technology to enable more households in regional WA to access rooftop solar power has been launched in Carnarvon.
New legislation on short-term rental accommodation is set to increase regulation on the industry in a move welcomed by housing organisations.
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China is gearing up to showcase its narrow-body passenger jet to a global audience for the first time at the Singapore Airshow.
The new model, called Sora, allows a user to type out a desired scene and turns it into a high-definition video clip.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has to testify in a probe by the US Securities and Exchange Commission concerning his 2022 acquisition of Twitter, a US judge ordered in a court filing out Saturday.
A drug designed to protect brain cells after a stroke will be introduced in hospitals across the country, including Perth’s Sir Charles Gairdner and Fiona Stanley hospitals.
Former councillor Jesse Jacobs has emerged as a last-minute Liberal contender for the seat of Tangney, setting up a rematch with the mayor whose signs he allegedly stole.
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Perth will soon see an expanded network of ferry services along the Swan River, Premier Roger Cook has flagged.
Emergency services are on the scene of a serious crash after a truck and a car collided in the South West this morning.
The Ruah Safe Night Space is set to open in Northbridge after securing the unanimous support of the City of Perth council.
Steve Martin has been anointed the WA Liberals’ new deputy leader after Steve Thomas was banished to Libby Mettam’s backbench over his dealings with Brian Burke.
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