A 41-year-old man from Ellenbrook has been arrested, charged and refused bail after failing to comply with a direction to wear a face mask in public today.
The man was located outside a shopping centre on Great Eastern Highway, Midland, which is within the Perth Metropolitan COVID lockdown area.
Police engaged with COVID-19 Read More
All 137 Western Australian local governments have joined the National Redress Scheme to recognise the harm suffered by survivors of historical child sexual abuse.
The Scheme, created in response to recommendations by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, gives survivors a simpler and more streamlined alternative to Read More
Electronic monitoring of family and domestic violence offenders is now under way in Western Australia to strengthen protections for victims and the community.
The two-year trial launched today involves GPS tracking of up to 100 high-risk offenders who have breached a family violence restraining orderand committed a further act of family Read More
Up to $5 million seized from criminals is being made available to projects which will help prevent crime or support victims.
Attorney General John Quigley today announced a special round of funding under the Criminal Property Confiscation Grants Program.
The funds from cash and property seized under the State's proceeds of crime Read More
UPDATE (10 Sep, 2:30pm): Homicide Squad detectives have charged a 24 year old man of Bedford in relation to this matter. He has been charged with 5 counts of Murder and will face court today.
UPDATE: The deceased are twin two year old girls, a three year old girl, their mother and grandmother.
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Citigroup Global Markets Australia Pty Limited (Citigroup), Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (Deutsche Bank) and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ANZ) have been charged with criminal cartel offences following an investigation by the ACCC.
Criminal charges have also been laid against several senior executives: John McLean, Itay Tuchman and Stephen Roberts Read More
The Federal Court has today lifted suppression and non-publication orders in the ACCC case against the CFMEU, and published an unredacted copy of its judgment.
The ACCC commenced proceedings against the CFMEU in November 2014 alleging it had engaged in secondary boycott conduct in breach of section 45D of the Competition and Read More
Three brothers have been fined $12,500 each by the Perth Magistrates Court for their involvement in a major unlicensed motor vehicle dealing operation.
They were also ordered to pay $267.10 each in costs when they pleaded guilty on 25 May 2018 to breaching the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act.
Ali Mohammed Yas of Balga Read More
The State Government intends to increase penalties for offenders who trespass on Public Transport Authority property, to reduce dangerous incidents.
The proposed changes will make it easier for the PTA to impose harsher penalties on offenders, without entering into an often prolonged and costly court process.
Most trespass offences are currently dealt Read More
Fremantle Police are seeking information regarding a burglary at a home in North Fremantle on Saturday 12 May 2018 in which several puppies were stolen.
Between midday and 6:45pm, an unknown person forced entry into the home on Stirling Highway and stole five French Bulldog puppies.
Around 5:15pm on Sunday 13 May Read More