The Tasmanian senator says China is ‘sticking its chest out again’ and Australia needs to have the courage to stand up to them.
Police swarmed a large part of central Perth on Sunday after terrified shoppers spotted the man walking across the street.
Spectators engaged in a brawl during the third quarter of Saturday’s league clash in Kambalda
A truce between the Palestinian Islamic Jihad and Israel is set to begin.
Three construction workers are dead in Russia after rapidly rising water washed them away in a Moscow sewer.
China has carried out a fourth consecutive day of military drills in the air and sea around Taiwan.
It’s been a case of two steps forward, one step back on climate action around the world in recent days.
Monkeypox is very different to COVID-19, which is a bit like saying fire is different to flood. We cannot ignore either of them.
The behaviour of Goldfields Football League spectators is becoming increasingly concerning and clubs need to step up and take responsibility, chairman Graeme Borchet says.
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s most significant rates rise in years aims to fund ongoing community investment as increasing costs bite.
Giants women unlikely to make NBL1 finals with just one game to play
Back to Boulder Gala Evening offers a chance to reminisce on Boulder’s history
Given its importance to our future, a lively debate on Australia’s relationship with China should be welcomed — but there is much to consider and a difficult balance to strike.
Perth homeowners trying to get storm-damaged properties repaired face massive waits as roofing companies are inundated with calls and the skills shortage bites hard.
Kim Macdonald and Kate Purnell
The State Government has announced a new 10-year strategy aimed at increasing opportunities for Aboriginal community-controlled organisations through the Department of Communities
Air travel in WA — including in the FIFO sector — is at risk of further disruption as aircraft engineers servicing Virgin Australia’s regional fleet join their Qantas counterparts in preparing to strike.
Pictures of trees, a baby polar bear or two and the use of green-coloured packaging can all lead the consumer to mistakenly believe a product is environmentally friendly - when it is in fact far from it.
Statistics reveal more than one million Australians over the age of 50, and more than five million people over the age of 25, do not have a will
Karratha’s Abbygail Bushby’s stellar football year has been recognised with the AFLW draftee taking out Swan Districts’ top gong for a female player.
A University of South Australia study has directly linked low vitamin D levels to persistent inflammation in the body.
Drama engulfed Australia’s Twenty20 gold medal win over India before a ball was bowled, with star Tahlia McGrath cleared to play despite a positive COVID-19 diagnosis.
France is sweltering into a fourth heatwave for the summer as the worst drought on record continues.
Wrap of the action from day two of the 2022 Hockey Australia Country Challenge in Albany.
A new economic report has found how much Aussies could have saved at the bowser if better fuel efficiency standards were adopted by the government years before.
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