Fremantle Football Club general manager Peter Bell has backed West Coast Eagles coach Adam Simpson's calls for travel exemptions for West Australian AFL players.
Australia’s calls to China to mend trade relations, which were hurt by calls for an inquiry into the origins of COVID-19, continue to go unanswered, our Federal Trade Minister says.
Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham will be on The West Live to be quizzed on the massive rise in airline tickets now WA’s intrastate borders have been lifted. LISTEN LIVE AT 8.45AM
On a WA Day like no other, the COVID-19 pandemic couldn’t stop West Australians celebrating the “greatest place to be”.
Former Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has revealed she would go against WA Premier Mark McGowan’s decision and open the State’s hard border, despite most West Aussies supporting them being closed.
Amid a global pandemic, WA artists are helping raise money for the fight against COVID-19, with Royal Perth Hospital and Screen West collaborating for the vital cause.
Host Jenna Clarke and former foreign minister Julie Bishop will discuss everything great about being a Sandgroper today. LISTEN LIVE AT 8.45AM
They’ve released a new single but there’s nowhere for WA indie poppers San Cisco to share On the Line live with fans hungry for new music.
Perth actors wondering when they’ll be allowed to welcome crowds back have called for guidance and extra investment into the sector.
The Australian vet who was aboard the COVID-19 infected live export ship the Al Kuwait has revealed he wants to get the deadly virus and would tell his family not to take a vaccine if one was found.
Attorney-General Christian Porter has warned Premier Mark McGowan that any economic impact of not opening WA’s state borders when other’s move to will fall on his shoulders.
Arson Squad detectives are investigating a suspicious fire that caused $250,000 damage to a Muster home on Wednesday.
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