The convenience store chain has been forced to pay more than $173 million to thousands of underpaid workers.
Recent Australian call-up Cameron Green failed to fire as old hand Jackson Bird gave Tasmania a strong start in the Sheffield Shield match against Western Australia.
WA will be completely reliant on imports of petrol after BP today said it would close down its Kwinana refinery.
Opposition Leader Liza Harvey has called for ramped up COVID-19 testing across WA if the hard border falls — revealing she wants to be swabbed weekly if quarantine-free interstate travel is permitted.
Caitlyn Rintoul & Jenna Clarke
Plans for a trackless tram linking Scarborough Beach and Glendalough train station have received a big boost after the Federal Government committed $2 million to developing a business case.
WA’s Chief Health Officer Andy Robertson’s updated advice about a travel bubble with safe States and Territories will be revealed after midday.
Opposition Leader Liza Harvey will join The West Live to weigh in on WA's hard border and the State Government's plan for reopening it. LISTEN IN AT 8.45AM.
It's been a familiar soundtrack to Australian lives for more than two decades, and now the man behind the Bunnings theme song has been revealed.
WATCH: The heart-stopping moment police helped a woman escape a raging fire that destroyed her Camillo home, after she became trapped in her backyard.
Daryna Zadvirna and Sarah Steger
Firefighters were called to the burning South Yunderup home just before 1:45am this morning. The police Arson Squad has been called to investigate the cause of the fire.
Fortescue has about 600 interstate-based direct employees, some of whom have effectively been stuck in Perth away from their families for months.
Perron Group has revealed the impact of the pandemic on the diversified company, reporting a significant loss for the last financial year, driven by uncertainty on property valuations.
Mia Davies has set a few records in her career, including first female deputy of the Nationals and then first female leader of the party. But her Midas touch does not extend to investment properties.
WA is home to Australia’s two richest people, with rocketing iron ore prices lifting the already impressive wealth of billionaire mining magnates Gina Rinehart and Andrew Forrest.
A violent killer who tried to cut his grandmother’s head off could soon be a free man even though his terrified family say that he remains a risk to them and the community and should stay behind bars.
The opening of a new ‘all gender’ bathroom at Curtin University was meant to help transgender students feel safer — but a vandalism campaign has left many feeling too scared to visit the campus.
WATCH: Firefighters are tonight battling a raging house fire south-east of Perth.
Rory Vassallo will move in to the luxury sub-penthouse at the Raffles next month, with 360 degree views over the Swan River, the city and the hills.
It is looking increasingly likely Premier Mark McGowan will on Friday announce his long-awaited roadmap for bringing down WA’s hard borders.
Premier Mark McGowan is expected to significantly relax WA’s hard border to allow quarantine-free travel from all States and Territories except NSW and Victoria, The West Australian can reveal.
Hetty Johnston’s comments come after the death of 11-year-old WA girl Annaliesse Ugle last week, who took her own life when her accused rapist was granted bail.
Caitlyn Rintoul & Jake Dietsch
Hakea Prison guards have told the trial of five men accused of mercilessly beating a fellow inmate to death that they didn’t recognise victim Alf Eades because his injuries were so severe.
Western Australia head into tomorrow’s Sheffield Shield clash against Tasmania without vice-captain Ashton Turner after he was dropped following a lean start to the season.
Cold case detectives are hoping to obtain new leads in the suspected murder of schoolgirl Lisa Mott, who vanished from the town exactly 40 years ago tomorrow.
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