Changes towards gender equity are creating opportunities for women in top jobs.
Perth footballers will dominate this year’s AFL national draft with new club Gold Coast Suns holding an advantage with many of the early picks.
More than 30 WA students from two universities have fallen for a scam that has defrauded them of half a million dollars worth of tuition fees.
Teenagers with depression and anxiety are not seeking help because they do not want anyone to know they have a mental illness, a study has revealed.
Health professionals are concerned that Australians using an illegal tanning drug are exposed to risks of cancer.
Australians are unaware of the implications suicide has on the community, according to a national report.
The Barnett Government is purposely misleading consumers by saying they agree with the de-regulation of trading hours, according to Consumer Protection Shadow Minister Francis Logan.
In September ambulance ramping reached a record of 1368.4 hours and on one day 26 of the 48 ambulances in the metropolitan area were ramped.
The RAC wants a review of the road safety reform process in WA after several recommendations were not implemented by the State Government.
Sluggish consumer spending over the Christmas period could decimate independent liquor venues, according to some industry members.
Experienced dancers are working in Perth strip clubs as they run out of viable employment options, say dance professionals.
Proposed changes to the Children and Community Services Act 2005 which will affect body piercing practices for under 18s have been labelled as “draconian”.
Curtin performance students are missing out on musical theatre training due to a lack of university funding.
The City of Subiaco Council is against renaming Subiaco Oval saying the change is disrespectful of more than 100 years of football heritage.
Curtin University could “grind to a halt” in semester one next year because of changes to the way sessional academics are hired in the wake of the sex-for-grades scandal, according to the National Tertiary Education Union.
Significant rule changes to the Australian domestic one-day cricket format will see teams in a faster and less predictable competition this season.
Controversial name and shame laws are being considered by state parliament to reduce anti-social behaviour in youths.