An accused bikie killer’s home has become a crime scene for the second time this week after an intruder scaled the back fence.
- by Jerrie Demasi
WA bikie gang colours to be banned under bold police proposal to ‘dismantle and destroy’ criminal networks
WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson announced the reform plan on Wednesday shortly after confirming detectives had made a breakthrough arrest in relation to the “outrageous killing” of former Rebels boss Nick Martin in a public, crowded place
Perth former soldier charged with bikie boss assassination joined ‘world’s most fearless charity’ in Iraq
The former soldier travelled to Iraq in 2019 to train nearly 200 emergency and trauma doctors with combat charity Shadows of Hope. But who are Shadows of Hope and what do they do in war zones?
- by Marta Pascual Juanola
The heartbroken daughter of murdered former Rebels bikie boss Nick Martin says the only way she will get some closure over the assassination of her father is if they find out who ordered the hit job.
- by Darius Winterfield and Lauren Pilat
Asked why the group ran from police, one of the surviving boys who made it across the river responded, “f--- the police”, before breaking down recalling watching his friends die.
- by Heather McNeill
Detectives have made a breakthrough arrest in the hunt for Nick Martin’s killer, escorting a man from his Waikiki home in handcuffs on Monday evening.
- by Daile Cross and Heather McNeill
Financial crimes squad detectives have charged a 54-year-old Department of Justice employee after she allegedly accessed restricted information about herself and three others known to her.
- by Aja Styles
Jasmine Jones was allegedly drunk when she sped through a COVID-19 regional checkpoint, narrowly missing several workers, in the wake of WA’s five-day lockdown.
The senior constable was convicted of drink driving for a second time after attracting the attention of her colleagues by driving with her car’s boot open.
- by Heather McNeill and Louise Rennie
After two abandoned trials which were labelled “a substantial waste of public resources”, one of the formerly accused brothers is suing the Commonwealth.
- by Tess Ingram
A group of former female employees, aged in their 20s and 30s, have come forward and alleged the chef physically and sexually abused them.
- by Heather McNeill