The developers of a proposed twin towers development on one of Perth's most famous beaches officially advise the WA Government that the project is on hold while they re-evaluate the project.
The Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will face off in an election debate to be held in Perth later this month — the first ever to be held in Western Australia.
Just months after it was re-opened in response to the passing of the medevac laws, the Federal Budget confirms the centre will close again as early as July if the Coalition is re-elected, leaving a big economic impact on the island's residents.
More tourists are visiting Western Australia, but the tourism industry is still struggling to get them to stay longer and convince international visitors to spend more money, new figures show.
Thousands of people are left without power after light rain combines with dust to trigger fires on electricity poles scattered across the metropolitan area.
Despite predictions of a slide in retail sales in WA over Christmas, Perth fishmongers and butchers are reporting booming sales as West Australians flock to the shops to stock up on fresh food for Christmas Day.
The editor of WA's only metropolitan daily newspaper announces he will resign his position after almost 10 years at the helm, just weeks after he was elevated to a more senior role.
The Perth father of three children who died when MH17 was shot down delivers a blistering attack on the US President following his much criticised summit and media conference alongside Vladimir Putin.
Thrill-seekers have been given the first glimpse of the view from the future bridge climb to the 65-metre peak of Perth's newly-minted Matagarup Bridge, as workers reveal plans are afoot to build a high-speed zipline back to the ground.
Bali's airport is closed and airlines have cancelled dozens of flights to and from Australia after the volcano began erupting yesterday, stranding thousands of travellers on the eve of the July school holidays.