University Of Western Australia
Aleisha Orr The shocking fate of the 298 people on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 on July 18 has shattered families from across the world.
An activist against Western Australia's controversial shark cull says a meeting with the chair of the state's environmental watchdog has convinced her the program isn't just being "rubber stamped".
Leanne Nicholson The rare and potentially fatal mosquito-borne virus that felled West Australian policeman Ryan Marron has been found in the state’s north west for the first time this year.
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.
Aleisha Orr Sean Barrett was scheduled to present a talk on quantum physics on Rottnest Island this afternoon; instead his family, friends and colleagues are mourning his death.
Aleisha Orr Two years ago, recreational fisherman Steve Downs was deep-sea fishing near Rottnest Island when he caught two sharks that he was unable to identify.
Aleisha Orr Using bubbles to scare off sharks is one of the methods being considered by researchers to address the high number of fatal shark attacks in Western Australia.
David Wroe There were growing questions today as to why the container ship that broke apart at Christmas Island on Sunday, spilling oil and fertiliser into the sea, was allowed to dock overnight despite the...
Rania Spooner A plunging number of bees could result in Australians losing 30 per cent of the foods that make up a healthy diet.
Courtney Trenwith The Queen has congratulated Premier Colin Barnett and the West Australian public for "a most successful" CHOGM.
Colin Barnett has declared the devastating storm that hit Perth a natural disaster as the city braces for more hail, lightning, gales and flooding this afternoon.