- What we learned: Dockers, Eagles grab the points
- WAFL ROUND 3 REVIEW – Dogs, Lions bounce back as Falcons swoop
- Cheap regional fares could expand after Kimberley success
- Alkimos man refused bail after attempted murder charge
- WAFL Round 3 Preview: Young Ducks out to shock Premiers
- Kelmscott man faces court over car blazes
- Linked incidents now in hands of Arson Squad
- Police appeal after dog killed, man injured in Yokine crash
- Four charged in Northern Suburbs drug blitz
- Man airlifted after Byford truck crash
All posts by Kristian Dwyer
Cheap regional fares could expand after Kimberley success
The State Government is in talks to expand its current regional partnership with Virgin Australia and other airlines after a prosperous first fortnight following reduced airfares to Broome and Kunnunura. The partnership, launched on July 21, offered...
- Posted August 3, 2020
Giants romp home against the Sharks
In their 30th year, the Joondalup Giants are staking their claim as true WA Smarter than Smoking Premiership contenders with a dominant 40-20 win over the Rockingham Sharks at The Kwinana Local Stadium. Fans of Rugby League...
- Posted July 26, 2020
Sharks take a bite out of North Beach
North Beach Sea Eagles were on the look out to end a form slump but eventually fell to an in-form Rockingham Sharks on Saturday evening, going down 42-16 at Blueforce Park. Last years Grand Finalists had been...
- Posted July 19, 2020
Roosters hold on against rampaging Lions
The Fremantle Roosters have survived a late scare to secure their second win of the season, holding on for a 22-18 win over the South Perth Lions in their WA Smarter than Smoking Premiership round two clash....
- Posted July 11, 2020
Late push seals Roosters victory
The Fremantle Roosters have powered home to a 22-12 win over rivals North Beach Sea Eagles in a rematch of last years Grand Final at Ken Allen Field. The Sea Eagles would take first blood after a...
- Posted July 4, 2020
Rugby League in WA set to return with a bang
The WA Smarter than Smoking Premiership returns this weekend, kicking off a 13-round season over seven venues around Perth after COVID-19 restrictions led to the season kickoff being held off. However, delays were not the only chaos...
- Posted July 1, 2020
From Warwick to Africa: Aid from the ashes of an aged home
Amidst the demolition of the Bethanie Warwick Aged Care Home, a new lease on life has been found for the furniture and equipment within. Pregnancy Problem House, Water for Africa, Grandparents Rearing Grandchildren, No Limits and My...
- Posted June 25, 2020
$400,000 Healthway grant for Kimberley
The Garnduwa Amboorny Wirnan Aboriginal Corporation will receive $400,000 from Healthway to deliver health-focused programs and activities across remote communities in the Kimberley region. The Smarter than Smoking Active Communities Project will be available to approximately 15,000...
- Posted June 18, 2020
Dockers and Eagles in hub hell
It was not a Saturday to remember for both Western Australian sides as both succumbed to losses to Queensland sides. Boith sides had relocated to the east coast for the match, with the AFL adopting a hub...
- Posted June 13, 2020
NRLWA confirm July return of local competition
Avid Rugby League fans can pencil in the first weekend of July for the return of the NRL WA Smarter than Smoking Premiership. The state-level league will commence on Saturday, 4th July 2020, with the highlight of...
- Posted June 7, 2020