North Beach residents say erosion measures at Mettams Pool are a quick-fix, and long term solutions are needed.
Dog baiting is on the rise in WA, and pet owners are being urged to be cautious about keeping their dogs safe in public spaces.
There are more than 100 men’s sheds in Western Australia, so why is it taking so long to find a space for a women’s one?
Female police officers may be outnumbered by their male counterparts but their numbers are on the rise.
Mandurah residents want work to begin soon on an Estuary Bridge duplication promised at the state election.
Recycling in WA is about to be supercharged by a multimillion dollar government funding injection.
Welfare organisations are asking the community for help as the vulnerable lose COVID-19 support.
A wheelchair accessible car and carbon offsetting are just some of the reasons Perth swimmers will be going Port to Pub this Saturday.
Intercountry adoptees are welcomed into their Australian families but they don’t always feel like they belong here.
An increase in drug overdoses in the Great Southern has prompted calls for more health funding for the region.
Not-for-profit organisation Dismantle is helping young people build their confidence and improve their job prospects.
Protestors outside WA abortion clinics will face a $12,000 fine and jail time if a Bill before Parliament passes.
Young women in Perth are speaking out against sexual violence.
As we celebrate NAIDOC week Indigenous Australians say they are not being heard, despite constant calls for change and support.
The contribution of unpaid carers is being recognised through the ‘Share your Care’ campaign.
Dalyellup is a small but growing town south of Bunbury, about to get a new community centre to support young families.
Perth suburbs are dumping verge clean-up for a new valet service, hoping to reduce waste and illegal littering.