The Swan-Canning river system in Perth is not being properly protected despite conservation efforts made by the Swan River Trust, a new report has revealed.
Brendan Foster Western Australia’s leading water expert says the Barnett government is in 'denial' about the poor state of the Swan River.
Liam Ducey Everyone competing in the WAtoday Swan River Run, supported by Westpac, deserves a high-five for their efforts, but by dishing out a high five, you should give yourself a pat on the back.
Liam Ducey Technology crime investigators are investigating what, if any, information is stored on hundreds of plastic cards resembling credit cards found in the Swan River on Wednesday.
Liam Ducey An investigation into drowning deaths over the last decade has revealed that rivers, and not the ocean, are Australia’s most lethal aquatic location, claming a total of 735 lives.
A report on dolphins in Perth's Swan Canning Riverpark confirms at least 20 permanent residents and 16 visitors.
Katherine Fenech A Duncraig man will face a culpable driving charge over a gruesome jet-ski crash at the Belmont water park that severed the leg of a 23-year-old man.
Adrian Beattie Despite state debt at record levels, the Premier has announced plans to build an underground rail tunnel from Bayswater to the airport - at a cost of $2 billion.
Aleisha Orr They may have been designed to provide only temporary accommodation at the time but some City Beach locals have made the houses built as part of the athlete’s village for the 1962 Commonwealth...
Two itinerant men accused of bashing a 48-year-old man as the pair camped alongside Perth's Swan River have pleaded not guilty to his murder.
What's planned to be one of Perth's most iconic public areas is to be named after a famous Aboriginal warrior.
Aleisha Orr The revitalisation of the quieter part of East Perth is progressing with the old Chem Centre building going on the market.
Candice Barnes Readers will be able to enjoy the best WAtoday has to offer in a special edition newspaper, which will be available for free in the Perth CBD this Friday.
Candice Barnes Those wandering through the Perth CBD on Friday took a step back in time, as WAtoday’s 1900s-inspired paperboys handed out free copies of our special edition newspaper.
Leanne Nicholson It makes for harrowing reading. A 140-page document, relatively thin for a heavy subject but large on shocking detail, the report into abuse at HMAS Leeuwin in Fremantle, Western Australia is frankly...
Aleisha Orr Brisbane has one, Cairns has one, even Darwin has one; and Perth is set to get one within a matter of years.
Narelle Towie Officials will spend almost $5 million rebuilding Kent Street Weir in Canning after “serious structural defects” where discovered in concrete pylons.
Liam Ducey The publican of Gidgegannup's Noble Halls Hotel says the only way to improve Toodyay Road is to install a dual carriageway, following two crashes in two hours on the road on Wednesday night.
Robyn Preston The City of Perth is one step closer to claiming nearby icons, after setting out a revised boundary proposal during a special council meeting on Thursday night.
The City of Perth has knocked back an application for an 11-storey hotel development at Barrack Square despite an accommodation shortage, saying the building would be too big.