US pharmaceutical manufacturer Pfizer will move its Perth factory to Melbourne over the next three years.
Sexual abuse in aged care is ‘a national shame’, according to Peter Rozen QC.
Perth is hosting one of the only Hindu festival celebrations in the world because of the pandemic.
Mixed responses to a major funding announcement for a remote WA teaching program.
Lifeblood says WA urgently needs 1,000 new donors in the next 6 weeks.
As a Perth family move into a new energy efficient home as part of a 12-month sustainability trial, experts disagree on the best path forward.
The Women’s Big Bash League launches this weekend, inspiring more clubs to create female grade teams.
Eight WA footballers are getting ready to play for the ultimate prize in Saturday’s AFL Grand Final.
Schoolyards can be scary and teen violence rates are high. Is enough being done to prepare teachers?
The Perth mayoral election has renewed debate around the need for more help for the homeless.
Women are fast growing population in the prison system and experts say there is a need for gender specific programs.
Metronet’s initial viaduct design for the Morley-Ellenbrook rail line connection has sparked contention among Bayswater residents.
A call for action to help the homeless during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Perth’s ethnic community is split over the new English proficiency requirement for partner visas.
The 23-year-old worker died when a glass roof collapsed at a building under construction at Curtin’s Bentley campus.
Protests at Curtin’s proposed cuts to teaching staff took place on campus today.
The $1.2 billion buffer provided by the mining industry has kept Western Australia’s budget in the black.