A record surplus and a new power rebate are the main talking points of the state budget.
We investigate how TikTok and WeChat are the newest social media platforms being used by politicians.
Two major e-scooter accidents and the second death this year raise questions over road safety.
A 6m high puppet who walks and talks is lighting up the CBD to celebrate First Nations women.
As living costs increase at record rates, young people are finding it harder to manage.
Annalakshmi on the Swan’s not-for-profit restaurant was an Elizabeth Quay staple. Then COVID-19 happened.
With the federal election to be announced soon, marginal WA seats could be very significant to Australia.
WA’s eased COVID-19 restrictions may not bring significant improvements for some event promoters and small businesses.
The Perth metro area continues to record the highest number of new cases, followed by the South-West.
The new YVolunteer program aims to make it easier for young people to volunteer in their community.
The 2022 Edelman Trust Barometer shows a sharp decline in media trust from 2021.
The pandemic saw a rise in furry friends being adopted, but many more are still seeking homes.
They’re glamorous and fabulous and all over the TV. But what is it like to date a drag queen?
DFES, DBCA and volunteer bushfire brigades are preparing for this year’s bushfire season
Grass continues to grow on the swampy land earmarked for the high-rise Waterbank development near Trinity College.
Melbourne’s loss is Perth’s gain as thousands of WA Demons and Bulldogs fans snap up tickets for next week’s AFL Grand Final.
Census officers are working through this week to collect data on homeless people in Perth, but advocates worry the numbers are flawed.