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The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 hour ago
The man who launched the craft brewing craze 35 years ago in Fremantle will return to give his original brand a makeover through a new pub and brewing operation set to open in Victoria.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 4 hours ago
Day 10 of the Claremont serial killer trial will likely continue to focus on the circumstances around the disappearance of Sarah Spiers - Bradley Edwards' alleged first victim who vanished off the streets of Claremont in January 1996.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 7 hours ago
The last of Sarah Spiers’ friends to see her alive became tearful as she remembered their conversation before Sarah walked out of Club Bayview and vanished.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 21 hours ago
When Will Berliner married and bought a tiny plot of land in Margaret River, little did he know that his tiny operation would forever change what consumers pay for wine from the region.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 21 hours ago
Police have charged a man with assault after an elderly volunteer lollipop man was punched in the face at a crossing near Cloverdale Primary School on Wednesday, a day before International Volunteer Day.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 22 hours ago
Thrill-seekers can trade their sea legs for a seaplane this summer.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 23 hours ago
Premier Mark McGowan has labelled wheel-clamping contractors as “thugs and bullies”, declaring the state government would develop legislation to outlaw the controversial practice across WA.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 23 hours ago
The report says Australia needs a national vision to achieve sustainable development, and that WA’s cooperative approach towards lithium is a prime example.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Lifestyle › 1 day ago
Hundreds of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander boys across WA will have support to complete their secondary education after a funding boost to the Clontarf Foundation’s academies program.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 day ago
The trial of the accused Claremont serial killer has moved on to the night Bradley Edwards is alleged to have murdered his first victim, Sarah Spiers, on January 27, 1996.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Politics › 1 day ago
A select number of dying Western Australians will soon have the choice of ending their lives under new legislation likely to pass through Parliament next Tuesday.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Politics › 1 day ago
Former WA chief justice Wayne Martin has dropped a bombshell report in State Parliament, recommending the complete re-writing of WA's criminal confiscation laws.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 day ago
In that moment in the early hours of January 27 1996, Alec Pannall could not have anticipated he would be called to give evidence on the minute-long sighting in an accused serial killer's trial in the WA Supreme Court over 20 years later.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 day ago
A bushfire is threatening lives and homes near an Aboriginal community in Cullacabardee north- east of Perth as the city is on track to sweat through the hottest December week on record.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 day ago
A bushfire is threatening lives and homes in the Aboriginal community of Cullacabardee south east of Perth as the state is sweltering through a heatwave.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Politics › 1 day ago
The recently appointed boss of the beleaguered WA Department of Communities has hailed the whistleblowers who came forward as "heroes".
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 day ago
This will be the hottest first week in December on record if those forecasts are correct, the Bureau of Meterology has warned.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 day ago
"This case is tragic...the whole event, in my view, so unnecessary," the Judge said. "The law cannot remedy or heal this degree of suffering."
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 day ago
Could you address a meth problem, unemployment or alcoholism without a roof over your head? Chances are you couldn't, bets this government game-changer.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 2 days ago
A Claremont woman who faked her credentials and posed as her own referee to land a top South Australian government job has been jailed for at least 12 months.
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