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2014/12/20 04:26
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Shark drum lines set for second day off Warnbro Beach as hunt for tagged great white continues Shark drum lines have been set for a second day off Warnbro Beach, south of Perth, after the WA...
2014/12/20 04:26
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2014/12/19 03:26
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Scarborough whale carcass: WA government to share clean-up cost The City of Stirling has persuaded the WA government to help pay for the clean up of a whale carcass on Scarborough Beach. The carcass...
2014/12/18 10:26
2014/12/18 10:26
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WA government defends decision to give principals their 2015 budget on the last day of school School principals have accused the Western Australian Government of throwing their budgets into chaos...
2014/12/17 10:26
2014/12/17 10:26
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New high school planned for Perth's western suburbs Planning is underway for a new high school in Perth's western suburbs but the WA government will not reveal when it is likely to be delivered or...
2014/12/17 05:26
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Perth freight link to begin construction in 2016, trucks to pay toll Construction of the Perth freight link will begin in early 2016, with the project expected to remove up to 500 trucks a day from...
2014/12/16 18:05
2014/12/16 18:05
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A bid by the West Australian government to allow a certain amount of genetically modified material in certified organic food has failed. The WA Department of Agriculture and Food made a submission to...
2014/12/16 17:24
2014/12/16 17:24
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Woodside spends $US2.8B on Apache stakes Woodside Petroleum chief executive Peter Coleman is eyeing more potential acquisitions in the depressed oil and gas sector after striking a $US3.75 billion...
2014/12/15 05:26
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Women's remand facility to be built at Western Australia's male-only Hakea Prison Female prisoners will be housed at the male-only Hakea prison under a $20 million plan announced by the WA...
2014/12/15 00:52
2014/12/15 00:52
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Premier’s department calls out 'conflict of interest'. The questionable business dealings of former WA finance minister Dean Nalder have been brought to light after an internal government review...
2014/12/14 02:26
2014/12/14 02:26
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Perth Children's Hospital: Executive director Greg Italiano's departure project prompts questions The WA government has been called on to reveal why the executive director of the new children's...
2014/12/13 06:26
2014/12/13 06:26
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Cutting funding for school chaplains a disgrace: Labor Labor says a WA government decision to cut chaplaincy funding to more than 100 public schools weeks before Christmas is a "disgrace". Education...
2014/12/13 00:26
2014/12/13 00:26
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State Government rejects claim TAFE fees driving students away The WA government has rejected suggestions that people are turning their backs on training courses because of increased fees. About...
2014/12/10 22:26
2014/12/10 22:26
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Principals and teachers divided over latest pay deal struck with WA government A divide has emerged between teachers and principals over their latest pay agreement with the West Australian...
2014/12/09 11:18
2014/12/09 11:18
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Dr Christopher Neff of the University of Sydney examined the shark hunt policies implemented by different WA governments between 2000 and 2014 and found striking similarities to the 1975 Steven...
2014/12/09 05:26
2014/12/09 05:26
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Catania says Chevron failing to meet Onslow commitments Nationals' MP Vince Catania has accused Chevron of breaking its promises to the Onslow community. Mr Catania says the company has failed to...
2014/12/08 23:05
2014/12/08 23:05
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Photo: Peter Murphy An endangered species of mainland quokka is being pushed closer to extinction as the WA government prepares for the logging of a forest in the South West. Only 12 quokkas,...
2014/12/07 11:05
2014/12/07 11:05
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A SAUSAGE oozing with chicken fat and just a dash of 1080 – a fitting final meal for a feral cat. But it’s not on the menu just yet. The WA government is trialling the delectable but deadly treat...
2014/12/07 06:05
2014/12/07 06:05
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TEA bags and toilets are sparking arguments and even violent confrontations between prisoners in WA’s “chronically overcrowded” prisons, and the guards say they are the ones at risk of serious...
2014/12/06 16:05
2014/12/06 16:05
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PERTH car owners will get free GPS trackers installed in their cars in a world-first bid to crack down on thieves and shake WA’s tag as the car theft capital of Australia. Police Minister Liza Harvey...
2014/12/05 23:26
2014/12/05 23:26
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Beggars kicked off Fremantle's cappuccino strip as council introduces homeless registration scheme Fremantle's popular cappuccino strip has been declared out of bounds for beggars under a new...
2014/12/20 04:26
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