Each year, winter rains turn the dusty landscape of WA’s Midwest into a rich tapestry of colours, smells and sounds.
Sultan Al-Rajhi has been the communications and media manager at the National Transformation Program since September 2020.
On Dec. 10, the Italian Corte di Cassazione, the highest court in the Italian judicial system, confirmed the acquittal of Vitaly Markiv, a former soldier of the Ukrainian National Guard, over the case of the reporter Andy Rocchelli and his interpreter Andrey Mironov, killed in Sloviansk, Ukrainian Donbas region, on May 24, 2014.
Fifty years ago, the Mexican island of Cancún was home to a small fishing village and deserted beaches.
The Italian antitrust body has slapped a €1.128 billion fine on Amazon after finding that the US giant holds a position of absolute dominance in the Italian e-commerce market.
SoftBank sold $550 million (€486 million ) worth of WeWork debt it had provided the lossmaking property group during its liquidity crisis more than a year ago, agreeing to sell the bonds at a discount to woo investors to the deal.
The Ghost of Christmas Past – a spectral warning from yesteryear in Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol – may need to be invoked by some investors to parse the spooks of the year ahead.
A northern NSW local Aboriginal land council has said it had little choice but to approve a plan to bury hundreds of tyres a year at Maules Creek coal mine.
Tesla is being sued by a second female employee for sexual harassment in less than a month.
Margaret River community in the grips of a dangerous bushfire as memories of destructive 2011 blaze reignite
With summer just barely underway, Western Australians have had an eye-opening taste of what the months ahead could hold.