Elderly Man Killed in Perth Hit and Run

A elderly man has died following hit and run in Perth earlier this week. At around 1pm on 19 February, a white 2014 Mitsubishi Triton utility was leaving an underground carpark on Milligan Street. The driver turned the car left, striking a 74-year-old pedestrian crossing his path. The victim received critical injuries and was taken…

State Government to Boost WA’s Priorities in Election Commitment Program

The McGowan government will focus on improving the state through a new program to increase WA’s prosperity, including boosting its employment by 150,000 new jobs. The State Government will boost its job creation by 150,000 in a new program to boost WA’s prosperity. Premier Mark McGowan will announce the “Our Priorities: Sharing Prosperity” program on…

Female Driver in Custody Following Fatal Welshpool Crash

A motorbike rider has died in a crash with another motorist in Welshpool overnight, resulting in calls from WA Police for public help into the incident. At about 11:45pm, police attempted to stop a silver Ford Falcon in Seville Grove which failed to do so. Police sighted the vehicle several times after that, with several…

Stolen vehicle may have kindled bushfire

By Vesh Arumugum A large bushfire in Yakamia has sparked an immediate police investigation as it could have caused by a stolen care left in the bushes near Callistemon View at about 1.30pm today. The vehicle, a beige 2007 model Holden Captiva wagon was stolen from a shopping centre located on Albany Highway yesterday. The…

Roe 8 Backers Fight Deletion of Road Reserve With New Petition

Roe 8 supporters have claimed the controversial highway extension is not dead, again fighting to save the project for future construction amid state government plans to permanently delete the road reserve. Backers of the extension state that Roe 8 will still cut the road’s congestion, with federal Liberal Party MP Ben Morton launching a petition…

Concerns Held For Missing Visiting Chinese Woman

WA Police are concerned for the welfare of a Chinese woman who has not been heard from by family since late January. Police are seeking information about the whereabouts of Chen Dong, who arrived in WA from China in November last year. The 30-year-old woman last made contact with her family on 28 January, stating…

Police Seek Public Help To Find Barbara

By: Vesh Arumugam Palmyra Police are seeking information regarding the whereabouts of 85 year-old Barbara DAWSON, who was last seen at her Booragoon home on Monday 28 January 2019. Barbara was reported missing to police this morning, Thursday 31 January 2019. Barbara is known to utilise public transport in the Perth metropolitan area. Barbara is…

Driving too slow a risk for WA motorists

Tackling speeding has always been a priority for WA police, but a recent infringement for going too slow saw a Perth driver cop a $50 fine. Police Minister, Michelle Roberts, said if you’re having issues with your capacity to drive at the speed limit, you need to choose an alternate route. “Clearly if you’re not…

Consumer Protection warns against unlicensed car dealers

A man has been found guilty at Perth Magistrates Court today after breaching the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act, and has been fined $5,000 and ordered to pay costs of $2,197. Hafedh Al Anzi of Ellenbrook had purchased and sold 26 motor vehicles between June 2016 and January 2018 without a licence. Acting General Manager of…