Leanne Nicholson A builder labelled 'WA's dodgiest', 'a menace' and 'a maverick' by consumer protection authorities for fleeing the state and taking hundreds of thousands of dollars for work not done has resurfaced...
A conservation group has vowed to fight in the courts any attempts to industrialise Western Australia's Kimberley region, including the premier's plans to establish a gas sector supply base at James...
Thirty youths and five adults have so far been charged over a violent riot at Western Australia's only juvenile detention centre.
Rania Spooner The iconic Greens senator on the proposal for a $35 billion gas hub at James Price Point, retirement and turning into a grey nomad.
Operators of the former WA asbestos mine in Wittenoom could be liable for a wider range of deadly illnesses following new research about the effects on children who grew up there.
An Iranian-Australian man has been sentenced to 14 years in jail for his role in several people-smuggling voyages, one of which ended in the 2010 Christmas Island tragedy that killed 50 people.
Rania Spooner The state has launched an appeal against a Supreme Court Justice's finding that Lloyd Rayney was not guilty of the murder of his wife.
The defamation battle between Western Australia's treasurer Troy Buswell and his former lover, MP Adele Carles is set to continue through the state election campaign after Mr Buswell's legal team...
Rania Spooner Western Power charged over teen's electric shock death.
Rania Spooner The Nobel Prize winning medical breakthrough that saw a convicted murderer acquitted.
Chalpat Sonti The family of an Aboriginal elder who died in searing heat in the back of a prison van has welcomed a decision to lay charges over his death.
In a landmark court decision, a Perth man has been ordered to surrender his car permanently after being caught repeatedly driving without a licence.
Chris Thomson A single mother selling a Sony PlayStation through eBay for $250 has been fleeced of $8700 by a Nigerian who claimed to represent the WA government's consumer protection agency.
Lucy Rickard and Courtney Trenwith Residents allowed back into the worst areas have witnessed for the first time the charred ruins of their neighbourhood with firefighters escorting them on a bus.