Perth Airport says it’s willing to consider a Qantas proposal to operate a Johannesburg service from its contentious domestic/international swing Terminal 3.
The Prime Minister has announced a new plan to help stock empty supermarket shelves across Australia as Omicron causes chaos.
Three major changes will be trialled in one major capital city’s airport after community anger over noisy planes.
Marine biologist Jacinta Shackelton got more than she bargained for when she encountered this rainbow-coloured beauty, reports STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
Australians infected with Covid-19 could soon spend just five days in isolation, but there is one big risk tied to the major change.
PENNY THOMAS learns useful tips from a new children’s book about bushcraft
More travel news from The West’s travel team... and we take listeners on a ride in one of the best EVs on the market
Tasmania has eased its border restrictions for double jabbed travellers but it won’t budge for those who are unvaccinated.
A groundbreaking new electric aircraft is set to revolutionise flying in WA with a network that will be emissions free.
A huge influx of interstate and international passengers are due to touch down at Perth Airport on February 5, but how safe is it?
Summer in Fremantle is where memories are made, writes PENNY THOMAS.
STEVE McKENNA savours England’s surreal ‘Little Switzerland’
We can be kind to our environment as we move around, finds WILL YEOMAN
Our recent story on the refuse desecrating pristine Rowles Lagoon was much commented upon by readers
Samsung release a new more affordable version of the Galaxy S21 smartphone
An evening of food, words and music for all sorts of travellers
PENNY THOMAS speaks to the general manager of Pan Pacific Perth, as he embarks on a new chapter in his life.
Perth-based Timely Coffees is continuing to expand its footprint across the State with the acquisition of Precision Coffee Roasters. It marks the second acquisition in the space of two years for the business.
Our Travel and Aviation editors are pretty excited about some of the terrific deals still out there for travellers looking for a bargain
WILL YEOMAN goes people-watching in Kyoto
A man accused of kidnapping his partner of 15 years from Mandurah and taking her to the NT border says he was ‘ready to do something desperate’ after battling to have his power of attorney recognised in WA.
Virgin Australia has cut a quarter of all flights across its schedule during January and February due to Omicron’s rapid spread.
From Albany to Broome, here are our top Akoya dishes.
WILL YEOMAN discovers one of Bruges’ best-kept secrets
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