The softly spoken first-term Liberal MP, pictured, is the only viable Opposition voice to the McGowan juggernaut north of Onslow and is one of only two new Liberal members in Parliament
Tom ZaunmayrEditor – Northern Papers
Country Downs Station’s owners have described the heartbreaking scene they arrived to on Sunday morning where their prized stud bull had been shot blind and another butchered and left to rot
Neve Grant, Jonni Ockerby, Kayleigh McGaffin, Minaki Connelly, Max Mitchell and Spencer Groenenberg all qualified for multiple events across the weekend,
One of WA’s most celebrated Indigenous pastoralists has admitted to a string of horrific child sex offences believed to have taken place at the Kimberley station his family has run for two decades.
If the carparks at the boat ramps are anything to go by, the fishing bug has well and truly been caught by the fishos
Darren ‘Dags' Cross
With training having started a few months ago, the teams are not wasting any time getting into gear before the season starts on April 23
A survey conducted by Kimberley business chambers found businesses were unable to fulfil their workforce needs to meet current demand despite government strategies and initiatives during COVID
A year on and interstate travel can still be complicated but other than that life is pretty much “business as usual” for most of us, writes CME WA boss Paul Everingham
The West Australian has you covered this footy season with every top-tier Aussie rules competition in WA broadcast live including WAFLW, WAFL colts, SWFL and WAFL league.
It has been a unique five-year cycle for the world’s biggest sporting event. But despite the Olympic-sized hurdles, the games promise to be a dazzling showpiece.
On the 30th anniversary of the royal commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody, this five part investigation asks ‘why are people still dying?’. WATCH THE FIRST EPISODE NOW
The father of a boy tragically killed at a motocross competition near Esperance on Sunday has shared a heartbreaking tribute after losing his only child, saying his ‘heart is in a thousand pieces’.
WA’s State Emergency Management Services Executive Officer Melissa Pexton has been handed the massive task of leading the Cyclone Seroja recovery effort — which she says could take two years.
South West business owner Benjamin Lawrence Bynre-Quinn pleaded not guilty to the charge in Bunbury Magistrate’s Court today.
A South West community is in shock today after the two teenage boys killed in a horrific crash last night have been identified as school friends who were believed to be on their way to a party.
“Tragically the rider, a 14-year-old boy, could not be revived and died at the scene.”
Three people spent the night stranded on an island off the Carnarvon coast after their boat broke down.
Apartments have been revealed as a big part of WA’s property boom, with sales skyrocketing by more than half to their highest point in seven years, marking a solid rebound for the market.
The mining giant cautioned that shipments remained subject to weather, market conditions and tying in about 90mt of replacement mine capacity at existing hubs.
A family of four and their pet dog have made a lucky escape after their Karnup home was engulfed in flames.
Deciding which child gets what can become the biggest chore, but it’s a good time to get them interested in investing. Here’s how ...
Scott Morrison has declared climate change will not be solved in the ‘cafes and dinner parties of our inner cities’, while assuring the WA resources sector of its ongoing importance to the economy.
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