Liam Ducey Researchers at Perth's Curtin University are examining a low-frequency underwater sound signal that could have resulted from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 crashing into the Indian Ocean.
Liam Ducey Prime Minister Tony Abbott has weighed in on WA Opera's decision to ban the opera Carmen in an attempt to avoid conflict with a major state government sponsor over smoking, describing it as...
A woman is being treated for Ebola-like symptoms at a Perth hospital after arriving from West Africa 10 days ago.
Aleisha Orr Opposition leader Bill Shorten has labelled the federal treasurer “out-of-touch” while in Perth on Thursday.
Brendan Foster Fremantle Labor MP Simone McGurk says the Barnett government can no longer ignore the dangers of a ship crashing into the run-down Fremantle Traffic Bridge after a vessel hit the nearby rail bridge.
Aleisha Orr Curtin University research fellow Anne Aly says there are a lot of misconceptions about people who follow Islam.
Aleisha Orr An infectious diseases expert says the threat of an ebola outbreak in Western Australia is “very, very small”.
Liam Ducey The Pilbara will lead the way in WA fast food home delivery, with McDonalds Karratha confirming it will commence an online home delivery service on Thursday afternoon.
Aleisha Orr A plan to raise $5 million as a reward for information in regard to the whereabouts of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has not gone to plan, with less than two per cent of the target raised so far.
Aleisha Orr The revitalisation of the quieter part of East Perth is progressing with the old Chem Centre building going on the market.
Leanne Nicholson It’s 6.30 on a crisp Perth morning. You’ve thawed your fingers against the car heater vents just for something to do while sitting in peak-hour traffic and you have moved a grand total of...
A man was insane when he bludgeoned his mother and her partner to death, a Hobart court has been told.
An internationally renowned health economist was struck at least 13 times in the head with a hammer when he was killed in Tasmania in 2012.
Aleisha Orr Brisbane has one, Cairns has one, even Darwin has one; and Perth is set to get one within a matter of years.
Aleisha Orr The creation of surfboards with shark deterring fins, beach noise mufflers and acoustic shark detectors are to be funded by the West Australian government.
Jillian McHugh You might have seen the ad – a bizarre public service announcement with the slogan ‘stay in school’ - that’s made worldwide headlines for its graphic depiction of four teenagers dying.
Not only do they battle the flames, heat and exhaustion of Australia's bushfire season, but new research says volunteer firefighters may also be more likely to have to fight off heart disease than...
A West Australian man has been charged with killing a retired couple in a remote part of southern Tasmania.
Rania Spooner Women who breastfeed for two years of their lives are significantly less likely to develop ovarian cancer, according to groundbreaking West Australian public health research.
Aleisha Orr When the news that a Perth man had been jailed in Saudi Arabia suspected of terrorism- broke on Wednesday, some might have been surprised to then find out the Muslim man was Aboriginal.