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2015/01/25 00:26
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Scarborough Beach $57m upgrade unveiled by WA government The long-awaited redevelopment of the Scarborough foreshore, one of Perth's most popular beach precincts, is expected to cost $57.4 million...
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2015/01/24 00:26
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WA government and environmentalists disagree over revitalisation of Perth's Swan River There are two contradictory stories being told about the health of the Swan River right now. The first version,...
2015/01/24 00:26
2015/01/24 00:26
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Noongar people to vote on $1.3 billion native title settlement with WA government Noongar people will vote on whether to accept a $1.3 billion native title settlement with the West Australian...
2015/01/21 03:05
2015/01/21 03:05
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Figures for the first five months of the 2014-15 financial year show a significant decrease in Perth train patronage compared to 2012-13. Photo: Erin Jonasson West Australians are turning way from...
2015/01/21 00:53
2015/01/21 00:53
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The exact location of 40 Australian sharks will be monitored by an American research company working down under. Although the research at the moment won't allow tagging of great whites OCEARCH have...
2015/01/20 23:56
2015/01/20 23:56
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Asylum seeking children in Western Australia will continue to attend private schools rather than public schools and there are no plans to change this arrangement. Asylum seeking children in Western...
2015/01/18 00:26
2015/01/18 00:26
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WA Minister denies taxpayers' money used on Government promotion The WA government has been accused of using taxpayers' money on advertising designed to look like a news story by the State...
2015/01/16 03:26
2015/01/16 03:26
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WA government to fight compensation bid by man tasered in pub brawl A man who is suing police after a brawl in Joondalup that left an officer partially paralysed will not be offered an out-of-court...
2015/01/16 01:27
2015/01/16 01:27
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The Paspaley family business has lost much of its precious lustre, with cheap imports pushing pearl prices through the (ocean) floor. Perched on an oyster-encrusted boulder, surrounded by 300 gawping...
2015/01/13 06:26
2015/01/13 06:26
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WA government media director Dixie Marshall stepping down from role The director of the Western Australian Government media office, Dixie Marshall, is stepping down from the role. It is understood...
2015/01/08 09:26
2015/01/08 09:26
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Bindoon volunteer firefighters survive burnover sheltering in truck Heat shields and fire blankets saved the lives of two volunteer firefighters caught in a burnover in Western Australia's South...
2015/01/06 23:05
2015/01/06 23:05
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Catch and kill orders could cause tension with research teams who tag sharks to monitor them Photo: Reuters The West Australian government's determination to kill sharks off the WA coast could strain...
2015/01/05 06:26
2015/01/05 06:26
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Road toll response: WA government to spend $3.2 million on fixed speed cameras The WA government will spend $3.2 million on an extra four fixed speed cameras on Perth roads to operate around the...
2015/01/04 23:26
2015/01/04 23:26
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Roleystone A bushfire watch and act alert remains in place for residents in the Perth hills suburb of Roleystone. The Department of Fire and Emergency Services has released a concept paper proposing...
2015/01/02 08:26
2015/01/02 08:26
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Nurses call for health professionals to be exempted from WA government budget savings measures Nurses want the WA government to exempt health professionals from its new policy to replace older...
2015/01/02 07:26
2015/01/02 07:26
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WA government to keep Indonesian trade office open despite earlier closure plans Western Australia's Indonesian trade office will remain open despite the State Government flagging its closure last...
2014/12/30 18:05
2014/12/30 18:05
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Premier Colin Barnett says he fears there will be more fatal shark attacks in Western Australia and that a young child could be next. Jay Muscat, 17, died spearfishing when a suspected white pointer...
2014/12/30 06:26
2014/12/30 06:26
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Year in review: Bushfires, shark culls, a train rescue and Troy Buswell made headlines in WA It was a year that began with a raging bushfire, followed by the introduction of controversial shark...
2014/12/30 02:53
2014/12/30 02:53
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A timeline of shark attacks on WA beaches. December 29, 2014: Police confirm a deceased male found in the water near Albany had an injury consistent with a shark bite on his body. October 31, 2014:...
2014/12/29 23:20
2014/12/29 23:20
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First-rate: Jerzy Kozlowski, Dimity Shepherd and David Rogers-Smith in Victorian Opera's production of The Riders. Photo: Jeff Busby It has been a curious year for opera in Australia. As with the...
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