Coutts Crossing is just one of many places in Australia linked to the little-known massacres of Indigenous Australians by poison.
It’s National Missing Person Week, a difficult and important time for the families of those who have never been found.
The Perth man is pleading for help to find his stolen bike, and his uncle’s ashes.
Locals are reeling from a fire that swept through acres of bushland at the popular reserve in Perth.
South Perth has seen a rise in car break-ins as the suburb’s council attempts to prevent further damage.
The COVID-19 pandemic might be coming to an end, but experts are worried about a ‘shadow’ pandemic of partner abuse.
A Perth woman warns others of a cruel cryptocurrency scam that is circulating on dating apps.
Is contract cheating worth the potential future risks of blackmail or losing your degree?
With the easter long weekend comes double demerit penalties for WA drivers. Does the strategy actually improve road safety?
Arson investigators suspect the blaze at Yale Primary School in Thornlie was lit deliberately.
The State Government has brought back a home security rebate for elderly people, with representative bodies giving a tick of approval.
A new study has found 6 in 10 LGBTIQ+ people have experienced family or domestic violence.
Winthrop has been a target for recent criminal activity leaving residents wondering about their safety.
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.
Female police officers may be outnumbered by their male counterparts but their numbers are on the rise.
A NSW police proposal for a ‘consent app’ has sparked a debate about sexual assault across the country.
Scammers lure family, friends and followers to the ‘link in bio’, teasing lewd images of unsuspecting Instagram users.