WA Upper House MP Ben Dawkins — who was kicked out of the Labor Party — has abandoned plans to run for the failed Right Party and has reportedly expressed interest in joining One Nation.
A heartfelt memorial service for Perth-born Olympic cyclist Melissa Hoskins was held in South Australia on Saturday — on what would have been her 33rd birthday.
Christian Porter has failed to have a case alleging a Toodyay real estate agent breached WA’s Aboriginal Heritage Act thrown out of court despite highlighting an inaccurate online database of site boundaries.
Rebecca Le May
A man has been denied bail after he appeared in court on Thursday accused of stashing meth and cash in his underwear waistband.
Anneke de Boer
A Sydney special command police officer allegedly used his own gun to murder an ex-lover and his new boyfriend — before hiring a van to dump their bodies and then handing himself in to his former colleagues.
A well-known Rottnest identity who sexually abused a young boy has walked free from court with a judge revealing in her years practising law she had never received so many supportive references for an offender.
Peter Greste – the journalist who spent more than a year locked up in an Egyptian prison – says the Australian government took too long to finally call for the release and return of Julian Assange.
A WA horse trainer has earned a conditional suspended jail order and was declared a drug trafficker after a search warrant in February 2023 uncovered 26 cannabis plants.
The teen behind Australia’s first school shooting has been remanded in custody after being out on bail for all but 10 days since the shocking incident — and warned he will stay in detention for some time.
A WA couple will face court over allegedly swallowing pellets of heroin before boarding an international flight into Perth.
The recent seizure of two 3D printed firearms has prompted a new warning from police about the tough penalties that apply to those caught dealing or manufacturing such weapons.
The man who wore a crash helmet as he ploughed into a bollard at the Geraldton police station will remain in custody until he is sentenced later this year after pleading guilty this week.
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A teenage girl accused of robbing a woman of her necklace along the Geraldton Foreshore while in the company of three other girls has been refused bail.
The woman who claims she was raped by two men in a Scarborough Beach toilet has recounted the moment she says they violated her adding she ‘felt terrified’ and ‘in shock’ because she thought they were gay.
A former Broome Bishop at the centre of a top-secret investigation ordered by the Pope has indicated he will defend alleged historical child sex offences after appearing in court for the first time.
Cain Andrews, Tim Clarke and Dylan Caporn
Two ASX-listed mining hopefuls are set to clash in the Supreme Court over tenements, as a potential lithium deal with Wesfarmers hangs in the balance.
Toodyay business owner Tony Maddox has enlisted former Attorney-General Christian Porter to argue he didn’t damage the site on his rural land because he was simply repairing a structure that was already there.
Notorious bikie figure Brett ‘Kaos’ Pechey – who has found himself in the headlines in recent weeks – will soon find himself in a Perth courtroom on a weapons-related charge.
A court has ruled that a woman waited too long to sue Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler for an alleged sexual assault in 1975.
A former Broome Bishop at the centre of a top-secret investigation ordered by the Pope has been charged over a number of alleged historical sex offences, some dating back 50 years.
Chris Reason and Troy de Ruyter
A Fremantle man who fled drug charges in WA to peddle psychedelics from a Bali villa is behind bars after arriving back in Australia.
Rebecca Le May and Phil Hickey
Magistrates will be empowered to jail brazen thieves who repeatedly steal low-value items as the Cook Government attempts to draw a line in the sand against petty crime.
A former teacher from a privately run South West school is facing accusations that he collected vile sexual images of children.
Holly Prentice and Bethany Hiatt
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