Nicole Cox A former Corruption and Crime Commission officer has been charged after allegedly falsifying records and giving misleading evidence.
Nicole Cox WA’s Police Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan says he sympathises with families trying to support their drug addicted children and had believed his eldest son had made positive steps to...
Merrel Pond A semitrailer truck crashed through the fence in to the Miling school yard just minutes minutes after students had cleared the school grounds for the day last Wednesday, August 13.
A magistrate has granted the West Australian police commissioner's son home detention despite prosecutors describing him as a "man capable of extreme violence".
Nicole Cox Police have charged a dangerous sex offender for breaching his reporting conditions while on bail accused of tampering with his GPS tracking device.
Aleisha Orr The Maritime Union of Australia is calling for better regulation of the pearl diving industry.
Aleisha Orr A Broome company has been charged over the 2012 death of a pearl diver off the Kimberley coast of Western Australia.
A vigilante father who struck his neighbour in the crotch with a crutch for allegedly approaching his son to sell drugs has avoided jail.
Aleisha Orr Assaults against WA Police officers have dropped by 33 per cent since the introduction of mandatory sentencing laws to protect police and other public officers.
Aleisha Orr Remember Fags? They were the white sticks of candy with red tips in a small packet which looked kind of like cigarette lollies for kids.
The state government and judiciary appear to be at loggerheads again, with the Corrective Services Minister questioning a judge's decision to release a dangerous sex offender from jail.
Chenee Marrapodi Opposition leader Mark McGowan has slammed the government for allowing another serial sex offender to walk free.
Leanne Nicholson One of Australia’s leading advisors in asbestos law fears management of the deadly fibres will decrease and victims increase following recommendations to the Abbott Government to scrap a key...
The Christian Brothers regarded the physical and sexual abuse of children as abhorrent and a moral failing but not a criminal offence, a royal commission has been told.
Aleisha Orr The number of animals deliberately beaten has more than doubled in the past six months according to figures from the RSPCA WA.
Leanne Nicholson Growing numbers of bowsers across Perth are being locked down to sell prepaid fuel only as legal inertia and lack of clarity over petrol thefts forces more West Australian service stations to...
Aleisha Orr West Australian Opposition leader, Mark McGowan has called for a dog breeder registration system to be introduced in WA to deter "dodgy dealers".
Nicole Cox Perth’s only two suburban Legal Aid offices will be shut down, prompting concerns that some of WA’s most disadvantaged will be left without adequate legal representation.
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...