It isn’t just his smooth baritone vocals that the fans come to see — it’s the incredibly funny, cheeky and charming man, who performs without ego, with sincerity, joy and appreciation.
It was a wet and gloomy start to the day for hundreds of swimmers who have hit the water for the annual Rottnest Channel Swim.
The week she died, Joyce Clarke, 29, survived a suicide attempt. She was released from hospital and sent home on a bus from Perth to recover. Now a police officer is charged with her murder.
Annabel Hennessy & Geoff Vivian
WA has seen a rise in an aggressive strain of meningococcal disease, which has killed two young women in the past few months, prompting a call for more vaccines for young people.
The scandal-plagued North Metropolitan Health Service wants more than $1 million from an ex-employee who allegedly claimed overtime she was not entitled to.
Peter de Kruijff
West Coast premiership skipper Shannon Hurn sits down with Braden Quartermaine to discuss the biggest issue facing AFL players, Willie Rioli’s future and why he never got a premiership tattoo.
Australians are proud of their defence forces and want to know they are looked after when they hang up their uniforms. A ban on the Aboriginal flag and welcome to country ceremonies needs to go.
Hayley Dodd was hitch-hiking on a country road 20 years ago. Read the story of how she went missing and the steps that led to a man being convicted of her murder ... until today.
Tim Clarke and Shannon Hampton
Travellers have been stranded for hours today after a major computer glitch at Denpasar Airport, with crowds growing increasingly restless.
Mobbed by admirers in Perth’s CBD, people screaming “marry me” and fans tracking down their home address — this is now the reality for these four unassuming stars of the latest social media sensation.
A teenager has been charged and the car he was driving impounded after he was allegedly clocked doing almost 90km/h in a school zone — more than double the speed limit.
When Claremont exhibits were sent over the to the UK for expert low copy number testing, exhibits now seen as crucial to the prosecution’s case - Ciara Glennon’s fingernails - went missing.
A local club is taking on the Stirling council over ‘hazardous’ speed bumps installed at a carpark that hosts a popular market on weekends. The council insists people should watch where they’re going.
A Perth woman says she’s been unable to contain her excitement and can’t stop shaking after scooping a life-changing prize playing lotto at the weekend. Now she’s just got to tell the kids.
George is getting upset. Just days after he slammed The West for daring to ask for an interview, Seinfeld star Jason Alexander has been called out for labelling an Aussie fan a ‘sad, pathetic woman’.
Francis John Wark suffered a “substantial” miscarriage of justice when the judge who found him guilty of abducting and murdering Hayley Dodd refused to accept his alibi, the Court of Appeal has ruled.
Colin Barnett is among those who have expressed concerns for the ex-treasurer after he was charged with a string of alleged attacks on his partner.
The president of the AMA WA has moved to allay fears after it was revealed the State’s first coronavirus victim is on his way to a Perth hospital for treatment.
Francis John Wark – who was sentenced to life for abducting and killing teenager Hayley Dodd - has had his conviction quashed and will face a re-trial over the high-profile murder.
The man has been placed in immigration detention pending his deportation.
Veterans Issues Minister Peter Tinley said he would ignore RSLWA’s Welcome to Country ban at Remembrance or Anzac Day services if he was asked to deliver a speech at a ceremony.
Peter Law and Peter de Kruijff
Prosecutor Tara Payne has read in four UK forensic workers’ witness statements, which indicate inconsistencies in sample handling at the FSS lab in Birmingham. RECAP THE DAY’S PROCEEDINGS
The adoptive mum of Joyce Clarke says she has lost two relatives to suicide in the past fortnight — sparking fresh concerns about mental health resources for Aboriginal people in WA.
The WA gold sector is set to enter a new era of automation with WesTrac and Newmont partnering to introduce driverless haul trucks to the mining giant’s Boddington operation.
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