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2014/09/17 08:05
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... homes were destroyed in the Perth Hills suburbs sparked by an old wooden pole collapsing. Photo: File image The Opposition has labelled the state government's response to bushfire risks posed by...
2014/09/17 08:05
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2014/09/17 07:05
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Subiaco Oval has been the home of WA football since 1987. It's the end of the road for AFL at its traditional home in Western Australia once Perth's new $1 billion stadium at Burswood is...
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2014/09/17 06:05
2014/09/17 06:05
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THE WA government is poised to announce more cost-cutting measures as lower iron ore prices threaten to punch a big hole in the state’s bottom line. Iron ore prices hit a five-year low of $US81.90 a...
2014/09/17 03:42
2014/09/17 03:42
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An Indigenous man with mental impairment has spent 10 years in jail in Western Australia without trial after being imprisoned as a teenager, in what disability advocates have labelled an...
2014/09/16 23:05
2014/09/16 23:05
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It's the campaign with a smiling woman wearing hi-vis as its face and gold at its heart but why does a mineral need marketing? Heart of Gold has a website, a Twitter account with more than 1500...
2014/09/16 07:05
2014/09/16 07:05
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MARK McGowan has used the first sitting day of a new parliamentary week to target Royalties for Regions — saying the Liberal-National Governments foray into property investment in Karratha has left...
2014/09/15 23:27
2014/09/15 23:27
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As summer approaches, drumline program halted Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 15 September, 2014 - Drum lines will not be deployed off WA beaches this summer after the state's Environmental...
2014/09/15 07:05
2014/09/15 07:05
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THE Uniting Church has urged the West Australian government to consider legalising cannabis for medicinal use. AT its annual meeting at the weekend, the WA church's synod voted in favour of changes...
2014/09/15 02:26
2014/09/15 02:26
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WA government told to increase taxes and cut spending to regain AAA credit rating The WA government will need to increase taxes, cut spending and achieve ongoing surpluses if it is to regain the AAA...
2014/09/14 20:12
2014/09/14 20:12
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The halting of shark cull in Western Australia suggests commonsense may have finally prevailed when it comes to shark conservation. It might not yet be a foregone conclusion, however, with the...
2014/09/13 12:05
2014/09/13 12:05
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PERTH parents Andy and Laura Corbe spent 84 days bobbing on the choppy waters off Perth watching sharks being caught and killed on drum lines. Next month, they will dive with tiger sharks in Hawaii...
2014/09/13 03:12
2014/09/13 03:12
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The family of a 22-year-old Aboriginal woman who died in police custody in Western Australia says they are prepared for a public and lenghty battle to bring those responsible to account. The family...
2014/09/13 01:55
2014/09/13 01:55
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Not so long ago, Australia was engaged in a bitter dispute over whether the financial benefits of the mining boom were filtering down to the rest of the economy. Not so long ago, Australia was...
2014/09/12 23:24
2014/09/12 23:24
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NSW has halved the fees charged for taxi fares paid with credit cards. Photo: Dallas Kilponen Cabcharge rival Live TaxiEpay is threatening legal action against NSW and Victoria for what it claims is...
2014/09/12 16:33
2014/09/12 16:33
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After shooting 47 huge sharks in just four months, Western Australia has finally decided to leave them alone Seven in three years—that’s how many people have been mauled to death by sharks in Western...
2014/09/12 02:23
2014/09/12 02:23
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OPPOSITION to any attempt to kill the shark responsible for this week's fatal attack at Byron Bay has found more solid ground after an official recommendation to scrap WA's culling program. While...
2014/09/10 06:55
2014/09/10 06:55
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BHP Billiton's Jimblebar iron ore project and Macedon gas development are among 25 projects in Western Australia that were assessed by a compromised environmental regulator, papers tabled in state...
2014/09/09 11:41
2014/09/09 11:41
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Since it was first held as a round of the World Rally Championship in 1989, Rally Australia has captivated the sport. First in Perth, later in northern New South Wales, and now in Coffs Harbour, the...
2014/09/09 08:05
2014/09/09 08:05
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HEALTH Minister Kim Hames admits banning tanning beds in WA is proving “more difficult” than he first thought. Responding to calls from Labor health spokesman Roger Cook to ban tanning beds, Dr Hames...
2014/09/09 06:04
2014/09/09 06:04
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MGM Wireless has won a contract with the Western Australian Government which it says will boost revenues by between eight and 14 per cent. The Adelaide company said its existing contract with the...
2014/09/17 08:05
2014/09/17 08:05
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