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2015/03/27 03:05
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Marriya Vidot, whose son Phillip was killed by James McLaughlin in Perth in 1995. A Perth woman whose father is being deported after a jail sentence for sex offending is outraged he can escape his...
2015/03/27 03:05
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2015/03/26 11:26
2015/03/26 11:26
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WA government 'morally bankrupt' over GST stance, SA Premier Jay Weatherill says South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has sparked a war of words with his West Australian counterpart over GST...
2015/03/26 04:27
2015/03/26 04:27
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Remote community residents frightened they will be forced off their land: Aboriginal elder People in remote Indigenous communities are panicking about their future, say an Aboriginal elder and MP, as...
2015/03/25 06:05
2015/03/25 06:05
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Rally against WA government's Aboriginal community closures last week Photo: Brendan Foster A leaked federal report labelling 192 remote Indigenous communities in Western Australia unsustainable is...
2015/03/21 23:26
2015/03/21 23:26
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Farmers opposing genetically modified crops call to protect WA legislation On the eve of a landmark court appeal, farmers opposing genetically modified crops are calling on the West Australian...
2015/03/20 09:26
2015/03/20 09:26
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Scullion denies remote WA communities will be 'shut down', says State Government needs to communicate plans Indigenous communities in Western Australia will not be shut down and the State Government...
2015/03/19 12:05
2015/03/19 12:05
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An angry crowd of about 800 people have shouted down the West Australian premier during a rally at Parliament House against plans to close up to 150 remote indigenous communities. The rally was part...
2015/03/19 10:50
2015/03/19 10:50
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Graffiti on a train in the Macauley yards. Metro has called for tougher penalties for those caught attacking the trains. Melbourne trains were hit by more than 1000 graffiti attacks last year, almost...
2015/03/19 06:05
2015/03/19 06:05
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Colin Barnett has launched yet another attack on iron ore majors BHP and Rio. Colin Barnett has launched yet another attack on Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton, labelling their iron ore expansion...
2015/03/18 23:26
2015/03/18 23:26
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WA miner Karara to slash workforce by 15 per cent, blames falling iron ore price The largest iron ore mine in Western Australia's Mid West has confirmed it will slash its workforce, as the falling...
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2015/03/18 04:02
2015/03/18 04:02
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Western Australia is set to appoint its first government CIO as part of a $25 million reform program to cut costs and deliver better services to the community. WA premier Colin Barnett and finance...
2015/03/17 07:26
2015/03/17 07:26
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WA secures new director-general for Department of Health after two-year search The WA government has finally filled the position of director-general of the Department of Health, which has been...
2015/03/16 09:26
2015/03/16 09:26
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WA Opposition releases FOI documents on Buswell crash affair, labels report a 'whitewash' A WA government report into the handling of the Buswell crash affair has been labelled a whitewash and...
2015/03/15 21:26
2015/03/15 21:26
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Kojonup farmers caught in epic legal battle over genetically modified canola contamination It started in the West Australian wheat belt with tense words between neighbours at a community working...
2015/03/15 10:26
2015/03/15 10:26
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Today, most people aren't aware that the famous Margaret River wine region had not one, but two gold rushes. Stella Titterton clearly recalls the day she and her sisters were catching freshwater...
2015/03/15 08:24
2015/03/15 08:24
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Roy Wiggan (centre) and family in their home at Kennedy Hill. Photo: Justin McManus Roy Wiggan has a blunt message for those contemplating the withdrawal of services to scores of Aboriginal...
2015/03/15 06:05
2015/03/15 06:05
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The prime minister's comments that indigenous people in remote communities have made a lifestyle choice has not set back reconciliation efforts, the foreign minister says. Tony Abbott drew the ire of...
2015/03/12 23:26
2015/03/12 23:26
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Search for new health director-general costs WA government nearly $200,000 The Western Australian Government has spent nearly $200,000 in its two-year search for a permanent director-general of the...
2015/03/12 00:48
2015/03/12 00:48
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Cool in Canberra: Billy Zane on the set of Blue World Order with costume designer Carmen Foon. Photo: Courtney Jonas Billy Zane in sci-fi action pic in Canberra It has a futuristic story featuring...
2015/03/11 22:26
2015/03/11 22:26
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Let us diversify and continue managing the land: Ningaloo coastal station's plea to WA government Photo: Warroora Station, situated on WA's Ningaloo Coast, is currently in negotiations with the State...
2015/03/27 03:05
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