West Coast star Willie Rioli faces a maximum four-year ban for tampering with his urine sample after global anti-doping penalties were beefed up to target Olympians after the Lance Armstrong scandal.
Annabel HennessyPolitics Reporter
Tamra Carr, Francesca Mann and Rourke Walsh
A court has heard it was impossible to tell if the brakes on a road train carting cattle were applied or not — before it ploughed into the back of a caravan, killing a man and his wife in 2017.
Scott Morrison took the mickey out of himself, and Jacqui Lambie made a grand entrance as Canberra dressed to impress at the Press Gallery Midwinter Ball. SEE ALL THE PICTURES
The first class constable from Geraldton who fatally shot Joyce Clarke in the stomach Tuesday evening has taken immediate leave, with police refusing to confirm reports Ms Clarke was wielding a knife.
The former Melbourne captain spoke fondly of his late mate, but used his speech to focus on Spud’s love for his girls: wife Anita and their three daughters Danielle, Chelsea and Keeley.
The mother of a 29-year-old woman shot dead by police in Geraldton on Tuesday night says she was told her of her daughter’s death by kids who had been down to the crime scene.
Rourke Walsh, Tamra Carr and Phil Hickey
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Against the haunting backdrop of endless ice, the heroism, bravery and audacity of the great Antarctica explorers are captured by photographer Frank Hurley.
Kerry Stokes Collection
Many people are helping to make Kalgoorlie-Boulder what it is at the moment, and we have selected 21 people who are key influencers.
Richard is the chairman of the AFL, Qantas, Woodside and the Channel 7 Telethon Trust and while he considers himself ‘commercial tough’ his message is clear ... ‘don’t be a jerk’.
Matt Tinney - Sunrise Perth Correspondent
With limited public health services and his family unable to afford a hearing aid, it looked like the five-year-old, from Jakarta in Indonesia, would have to stay in his quiet world.
WA Treasurer Ben Wyatt has called on all federal politicians – including his Labor colleagues in Canberra – to dial down their attacks on embattled Liberal MP Gladys Liu and their rhetoric on China.
Scott Morrison said no further American requests for military support in the wake of the Saudi Arabia oil facility strikes had been asked for.
It isn’t just women who are feeling the pressure of conceiving.
Raquel de Brito
Pia Miranda has had a taste of reality television and despite making it all the way to the top, the 46-year-old Looking for Alibrandi star has told Confidential she has no intention to do it all again.
The 26-year-old played just 14 senior matches in his lengthy stint at the club after being taken with pick 28 in the 2011 draft.
Bonnie RaynorVideo Journalist
GWS Giants star Lachie Whitfield has been ruled out of Saturday’s preliminary final against Collingwood in a significant blow to the club’s premiership push.
In true fashion, the controversial tennis star took to social media to express his disgust with Rafter’s comments.
Western Force have signed two WA teenagers to next season’s Global Rapid Rugby squad.
Where and how Perth residents are choosing to live could see the end of the typical suburban houses in as little as a decade.
Neale Prior and Nick Bruining
Age pensioners can expect a pay rise this week thanks to a half-yearly update of Centrelink pension rates.
Almost half of all dogs in Australia are overweight or obese and one-third of cats could do with a little waist-trimming.
Laura NewellRegional News Editor
Where is the protection of people whose innocence takes years to prove, while the unsubstantiated assertions of fact from investigations, publicly made under legal privilege, have already done damage?
Last I checked, feminism was supposed to be about empowering women to make whatever choices they feel are right for their lives. Want to kiss your male colleague hello? Be my guest.
When it comes to Aussie rituals, is anything more sacred than availing oneself of a sausage in a bun while visiting Bunnings on a Saturday?
Ben O'SheaInside Cover Editor
An absence of damaging storms and better investment returns have helped the RAC to a big profit leap, despite hits from WA’s weak property market and the group’s east coast home care joint venture.
Sarah-Jane Tasker has been appointed Business Editor at The West Australian
The WA-based bossmay have got a pay rise but it hasn’t made up for the absence of the usual bonus from the resorts and gaming group ... and why Fortescue is saying ‘thanks a billion’.
With few signs of life at its Terrace office, has Lazard joined the growing list of outside corporate advisers unable to go the distance in WA ... and who has welcomed Guy Chalkley to its board?
Two of the projects at the forefront of the State’s expanding lithium sector appear to be reaching completion together ... and why has Liza Harvey copped a spray from WAFarmers?
It was little surprise the group’s earnings result came and went last week without so much as a whisper ... and what is putting Australia’s multibillion-dollar pork industry at risk?
Climbing three flights of stairs is about the only drawback to apartment living, says Victoria Park flat owner Danielle McCarthy.
With seven bedrooms, all with en suites, a gym, a cinema, two guest cottages and a private 10-hole golf course it was hoped to fetch $9m. It got nowhere near.
With little fanfare, a small restaurant opened on Oxford Street a few weeks ago that is both humble and exciting, confident and accomplished and simply, deliciously understated.
Biodynamic wines have a whiff of out-there mysticism about them, but there’s no doubt those produced under these protocols, are some of Australia’s finest, according to Ray Jordan.
The PCEC and Elizabeth Quay will play host to a flotilla of world-class luxury boats, yachts and other watersports activities, as well as a ton of family-friendly sailing and fishing fun.
Perth International Boat Show
Bunbury city councillor Michelle Steck has been suspended from her duties for two months, however she will be able to continue with her role on the council on a condition of good behaviour.
A big clean up operation is underway in Jurien Bay after a large number of dead fish from a range of species were found this week.
MICHAEL FERRANTE feels pampered and virtuous perched hillside among the rainforest
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD maps depth and breadth of our original continent
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD finds himself caught up in the tapestry that is Prague
WILLIAM YEOMAN finds Larry Mitchell is playing for keeps
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