Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence Minister Simone McGurk announced more than $5 million in funding towards a package of initiatives in wake of Kimberley Magistrate’s call to politicians.
Elise Van Aken
The next generation of footy players had a special opportunity to learn from some of the big names in WA football when former and current AFL and AFLW players visited Broome.
Broome Speedway held its annual two-day Shinju Stampede, with more than 85 cars nominated across 12 divisions, as well as the WA State Modlite that offered thousands of dollars in its prize pool.
Naomie Hatherley’s canvas painting Heretic won the Shire of Broome acquisitive prize at the Shinju Matsuri Art Awards after impressing a panel of judges.
Two East Kimberley men have been jailed for violently attacking a younger relative in a hotel lobby in broad daylight and leaving him fighting for his life.
The Dambimangari leaders said they were never consulted about the $100 million plan to turn the island into an oil and gas service hub
The development program which pushes Indigenous girls to become leaders in their communities by using modelling as a tool will not be halted by COVID-19.
WA’s highest court has found the jail term for a rapist who attacked a Dutch backpacker at an isolated Broome beach should be doubled, finding it was ‘plainly unjust’.
Major Crash specialist officers have established the woman died as a result of injuries she sustained when she was hit by a car last Tuesday night on Clementson Street.
Each of the 18 most inspiring young Indigenous leaders featured by the Broome Advertiser were sent a personalised letter from the Aboriginal Affairs Minister.
The elderly Perth man who drowned off the Broome coast overnight was former champion WA jockey Keith Watson, The West Australian can reveal.
Phil Hickey and Jakeb Waddell
Three men are mourning their friend after their vessel began to sink this morning near the holiday hotspot.
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The greatest game in modern WAFL history had it all, and 10 years on we re-visit the day Andrew Krakouer led Swan Districts to a thrilling premiership victory.
After more than four years and $400m, the new WA Museum Boola Bardip is almost ready. We take you through 10 highlights to expect when doors open.
Going out for brunch with young children can be great so long as everyone understands it will not resemble brunch in the days before children. This Wilson cafe gets it.
Shark Bay council wants tighter limits on recreational fishers as cleaners deal with more than a tonne of fish carcases daily on the foreshore.
Witnesses told the Advertiser a 31-year-old man was jumping in front of cars and flashing motorists on Albany’s main drag.
Farmers have slammed a State Government incentive campaign to lure young WA workers out to agricultural jobs, saying they need skilled labour from interstate for this year’s harvest.
Kalgoorlie-born actor and artist Meyne Wyatt has won the Archibald Prize’s Packing Room Prize for a self-portrait his mother encouraged him to enter.
A well-known South West surfing veteran who was due to stand trial accused of murdering his former wife’s new husband after a fight at a home in Margaret River has changed his plea to guilty.
A ‘middle class lady’ and mum who sold drugs to an undercover cop and used disgraced school teacher and Eagles stepmum Kate Ainsworth as a mule has been jailed for four-and-a-half years.
Perth lord mayoral candidate Di Bain has revealed an extraordinary war chest of almost $100,000 in donations from some of WA’s most prominent names in business and property development.
Perth-based medicinal cannabis company Cannaponics has raised $1.5 million in its first round of seed capital as it works to develop a $15m cannabis and hemp hub in Collie.
A new app is helping WA bosses break down mental health barriers with employees, with many at increased risk of burnout because of the pandemic.
A Secret Harbour man who allegedly breached hotel quarantine by inviting women to his room and going to a party has become the second person in WA to be fitted with a COVID monitoring device.
An ‘idiot abroad’ whose dream holiday around Australia with his girlfriend turned into a nightmare after he was caught importing party drugs in the mail to his Kununurra hostel has been jailed.
A 56-year-old drug mule was picked up by authorities in WA after swallowing five heroin-filled pellets he urgently needed to 'evacuate'.
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