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.
Three-quarters of young West Australians want to see the State’s fertility laws overhauled to allow gay men to become parents.
The number of children adopted in Australia during the last financial year was the lowest on record. So what’s behind the drop?
With the Ashes approaching fast, STEVE McKENNA is bowled over by a cutting-edge new cricket simulator
Island golf course a hit with visitors
A shared path on Jurien Bay coast impresses cycling enthusiast MOGENS JOHANSEN
MOGENS JOHANSEN visit the patients at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital
KRISTY REWELL and her son Tate found that a West Travel Club trip to Uluru rocked
A new animation flick flaunts the charms of Cinque Terre, writes STEVE McKENNA
Axe-throwing isn’t the macho pursuit you think it might be, finds ALEXANDRA CASEY
GEOFFREY THOMAS continues his occasional series on his misadventures while covering aviation.
JOHN BORTHWICK enjoys a unique sleepover in Sydney’s Taronga Zoo
Granny flats are no longer just for grannies, they’re versatile, innovative and affordable for a diverse array of people.
Summit Homes Granny Flats
How alternative learning environments helped shape these open and internationally minded individuals.
International School of Western Australia
MOGENS JOHNSEN turns off the highway and rediscovers a ‘grown-up’ town full of surprises
Thanks to Tractor Ted, tractors are gaining traction amongst kids. Here are four places in WA where you can see them
Views abound from the shore, writes STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
A novel new minigolf course has put the spotlight on Redlands in Queensland, writes STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
Busselton’s foreshore is evolving with even more attractions planned to draw families to the waterfront, writes MOGENS JOHANSEN
MOGENS JOHANSEN enjoys a buoyant experience where everything seems to just click
MOGENS JOHANSEN meets some mythical creatures at the Busselton Jetty
As the days shorten STEPHEN SCOURFIELD summarises a WA summer
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD dips into some of WA’s great ocean swims
There are three things I love most about this country; the bush, the beaches and the people.
National Australia Day Council
© West Australian Newspapers Limited 2022