With Perth hosting a women’s FIFA World Cup match, local clubs are hoping it translates to more players.
Kimberley tourism operators are hoping a $300 voucher incentive by the state government will increase visitor numbers.
North Beach residents say erosion measures at Mettams Pool are a quick-fix, and long term solutions are needed.
Despite the popularity of the sport, as the amateur soccer season approaches, clubs are scrambling to find goalkeepers.
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.
For some in Perth, the coup in Myanmar is close to home, and they’re taking to the streets to demand more action.
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?
Perth is going through a barista shortage, and the industry is working on a fix.
A private Perth boys school has banned the iconic Aussie haircut.
Average Australian citizens have been flagged by China as ‘persons of interest’, and an expert says we need to take it more seriously.
Female police officers may be outnumbered by their male counterparts but their numbers are on the rise.
Subiaco will play host to a new pop-up initiative that will boost local businesses.
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.
With women’s safety at work in question, Perth self-defence business Shield Krav Maga lends a hand.
Welfare organisations are asking the community for help as the vulnerable lose COVID-19 support.
The proposed Online Safety Act restricts offensive material on social platforms, leaving the sex work industry at risk.