The NSW government is going along with Labor and the Greens to allow a bill which would diminish families all across the state. Thankfully Mark Latham is fighting back, writes Miranda Devine.
Rather than act like gracious winners and trying to bring the country back together, the American Left is determined to make criminals out of anyone who supported Trump, writes Miranda Devine.
I am convinced my mouth is too small. While many of you would say it might be too big, I’m talking physically. Ever since I was a kid, I have made a meal (excuse the pun) out of eating.
As a community, where do we stand on swear words these days? This may offend some readers, but I, for one, think there’s a time and a place for using the occasional profanity.
We are only a few weeks into 2021 and domestic violence has already reared its head in WA in the ugliest way possible.
While some tennis stars made the best of it and expressed thanks to organisers for their bid to make the Australian Open happen, others complained loudly - on social media - about the restrictions.
Vulnerable. Intimidated. Outnumbered. These are just some of the words to describe how I felt as a lone female during a Sunday session on the beachside strip, writes Brianna Dugan.
Leading criminal lawyers have spoken out against the WA Liberals’ support for automatic jail terms of up to 15 years for meth dealers, with top lawyer Tom Percy QC labelling the policy ‘ridiculous’.
The pictures of booze-fuelled fighting and brawling in Scarborough featured in The West Australian are as shocking as they are sadly predictable.
Emboldened by Joe Biden’s win, left-leaning forces across politics, media and business are cracking down on voices from the ranks of conservative populism, writes Tim Blair.
Social media giants have to power to ban presidents but when it comes to child sex exploitation, survivors are still forced to report their own rape videos, Vikki Campion writes.
Australians left stranded interstate and overseas are being played for fools while tennis stars are allowed to come, argues Sophie Elsworth.
Record-high prices for shares and other assets make it tempting to follow the herd, but you should ask a few questions first.
There may be sceptism about ‘sleepy Joe’ Biden and his deputy Kamala Harris, but if we see just a slither of them working as a team instead of an isolated tyrant, the world might avoid more horror.
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
The past week has only enhanced the reputation of Australian Test captain Tim Paine. Being a good leader is about setting the right example, but it’s also about taking ownership when you don’t.
Defence has dumped the useless ARH Tiger helicopters in favour of better ones. Why aren’t they doing the same with their hopeless sinking submarine contract, writes Piers Akerman.
There are some things you should just not name a child.
Belle TaylorPLAY Magazine Editor
If the Royal Agricultural Society needs a new home for the Perth Royal Show, the City of Perth stands willing and able.
Basil ZempilasSeven News Sports Presenter
Facts can be contentious. They are also true. And they matter. The events of the past week in Washington and here in Australia have proven that spreading lies can actually get people killed.
Kate EmerySenior Reporter
The dying days of the presidency of Donald Trump have proven to be even more chaotic and dangerous than the rest of his divisive term. But finally some flickers of decency have emerged.
As long as there are outbreaks over there and border closures here — and the resulting political fireworks — this interstate tit-for-tat now feels like Labor’s re-election playbook, writes Peter Law.
Peter LawState Political Editor
There is something magical about Perth in summer. We all know the traditional ways we have enjoyed our capital city. And for a decade now we have had a sparkly additional attraction — Fringe World.
Everyone knows Rottnest Island’s most famous inhabitants are the quokkas. But a recent trip to WA’s favourite backyard island revealed other local fauna that are just as ubiquitous, if less cuddly.
There’s no doubt, vaccination is the road out of the pandemic. But as we wait our turn, we must not relax our guard or the barriers protecting us against these new mutant strains, writes John Flint.
John FlintAssistant Editor
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