Julie Bishop

Angry students take uni cuts fight to Julie Bishop's Subiaco office

Leanne Nicholson The Subiaco office of Federal Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop is to be the next target of rolling student protests against changes to Australia’s tertiary education system.

Julie Bishop's Christian protesters face court

Christian protesters who were arrested after staging a sit-in at the Perth electorate office of Foreign Minister Julie Bishop are prepared to be punished if it highlights the plight of child asylum...

Christian protestors arrested after sit-in at Julie Bishop's Perth office

Outside Julie Bishop's office.

Liam Ducey Police have converged on the electorate office of Deputy Leader Julie Bishop, arresting 11 Christian leaders protesting the detention of children.

Malaysia Air MH17: Perth man Nick Norris, grandchildren on board

Nick Norris

Aleisha Orr All seven Western Australian victims of the MH17 tragedy have now been identified.

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Perth MH370 widow Danica Weeks speaks out

Danica Weeks' husband Paul Weeks was on board the Malaysia Airlines flight.

Liam Ducey Perth widow Danica Weeks has told the families of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 she knows the pain they are going through, just months removed from her own Malaysian Airlines tragedy.

WA Christians fined for Bishop trespass

Eleven Christian protesters have pleaded guilty to trespassing and have each been fined $50 after staging a sit-in vigil at the Perth office of Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.

Rinehart regular in Bald satire of Aussie politics

An entrant in The Bald Archy prize 2013.

Jillian McHugh A stark-naked "Ribena-pants" Dame Edna, a regal, portly and chocolate-faced Gina Rinehart and a cigarette-sucking Julia Gillard have all made the cut as subjects of Australian ire.

WA election

WA stays with Barnett's Liberals

Colin Barnett

Rania Spooner West Australians have given Liberal leader Colin Barnett another four years at the helm in a commanding win the returning premier attributed, in part, to Federal Labor being "on the nose" in WA.

Rudd as foreign minister is a mistake: Bishop

Lloyd Jones Prime Minister Julia Gillard's appointment of Kevin Rudd as foreign minister risks Australia's international relations because of the fractured relationship between the pair, Deputy Opposition Leader...

Tributes pour in for brave and inspiring senator Judith Adams

Judith Adams

Western Australian senator Judith Adams has died after a brave and inspirational battle with cancer. She was 68.

Mourners farewell Diana Bliss at 'her final show'

Berry

Rhianna King Diana Bliss loved putting on a show, and her farewell today was the biggest of all, mourners heard at Christ Church Grammar School chapel.

Live coverage: Perth launches CHOGM 2011

Chogm

Get the inside scoop blow-by-blow from our journalists on the ground as Perth launches CHOGM 2011.

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