Aleisha Orr Cyclone Rusty could have a 100-kilometre wide eye and feature winds of more than 200km\h by the time its full force is felt on WA's North West coastline late on Wednesday.
Tropical Cyclone Rusty in Western Australia's Pilbara region has been downgraded to a category one, allowing emergency services authorities to give the all clear to Pardoo and Marble Bar.
Rolling coverage of tropical cyclone Rusty as parts of WA's North West prepare for destructive winds and flooding.
Aleisha Orr People in Bullsbrook are in danger as a number of bushfires burn in the area.
About 9000 homes lost power overnight as a fierce storm lashed the state, and it looks like there is more wild weather on its way.
Operators of the former WA asbestos mine in Wittenoom could be liable for a wider range of deadly illnesses following new research about the effects on children who grew up there.
Courtney Trenwith The man behind a 30-year push to build light rail in Perth has hailed the state government's commitment as historic but says the network could be built much sooner and for less than the projected $1...
Lucy Rickard and Aleisha Orr A 34-year-old man is lucky to be alive after fending off a shark at a remote WA beach, about 1000 kilometres north of Perth yesterday afternoon.
Jenna Clarke Tourism and business operators in Broome are growing frustrated with protest action against the proposed gas hub off James Price Point.
Lucy Rickard, with AAP Forecast high winds are worrying fire crews still battling to control a bushfire that has damaged at least 20 homes in Western Australia's Margaret River region.
Live coverage, day two, of bushfire drama in Western Australia's South-West.
Lucy Rickard and Courtney Trenwith Residents allowed back into the worst areas have witnessed for the first time the charred ruins of their neighbourhood with firefighters escorting them on a bus.
Jenna Clarke Shane Warne may not be a fan of lycra but an increasing number of women are now ducking and weaving around the city streets with the "latte sipping bikers club".
WA-based scientists have warned of "dire consequences" to the human race after detecting the first signs of dangerous climate change in the Arctic.
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.