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Two VenuesWest board members received four Katy Perry concert tickets each, which were used by family members and friends. A second West Australian agency is under scrutiny for misusing tickets after...
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2015/03/01 02:26
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Call for fracking moratorium until water supplies checked in WA's Mid West The Shire of Coorow has called for a moratorium on any gas fracking activity until health and environment checks are carried...
2015/02/28 03:05
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An artist's impression of the proposed Riverside development. Photo: WA government The state government has announced a multi-million dollar redevelopment for East Perth. Planning Minister John Day...
2015/02/28 00:26
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No need to panic over WA economic slowdown, WA Treasurer Mike Nahan says The message from Western Australia's Treasurer Mike Nahan to business and consumers is simple: Do not panic. He said the...
2015/02/26 09:05
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Teachers have urged the WA government to fastrack $136 million in school repairs to avoid potential tragedies in the classroom. The State School Teachers' Union have reacted to the injury to a...
2015/02/26 06:26
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WA Liberals rejoin Labor-dominated parliamentary committee after damning Buswell report Two WA government MPs have been nominated to join a parliamentary committee condemned by the Premier and Police...
2015/02/26 06:05
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Only 35 per cent of WA farms are making a profit, according to a government source. Photo: Steve Holland Disturbing suicide rates in Western Australia, particularly in remote and rural regions, have...
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2015/02/25 09:26
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TAB sale could raise $1b, says WA Premier Colin Barnett Selling the TAB could raise up to $1 billion for the Western Australian Government, Premier Colin Barnett says. In remarks to State Parliament...
2015/02/25 01:26
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Fines issued on Perth late-night train services, WA government admits The Western Australian Government has admitted fines were issued to people who did not buy tickets for late-night trains in...
2015/02/24 02:53
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LotteryWest tenders for agencies The Western Australian government has launched a tender for agencies to service its state lotteries business LotteryWest. According to the documents, the buying on...
2015/02/23 04:05
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The number of speed cameras is set to triple in WA, something accident researcher Professor Max Cameron says is 'very token'. While the number of speed cameras is set to triple in WA, an accident...
2015/02/22 14:15
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Isolated indigenous communities are being targeted for closure due to the high cost of maintaining them. The front line in the battle for survival of remote indigenous communities in Australia is a...
2015/02/22 03:42
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It's one of world cricket's most iconic wickets, providing a more significant home advantage for Australia than any other venue, but the future of the WACA as a Test cricket ground is on shaky...
2015/02/20 14:27
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Federal education minister Peter Garrett has been banned from visiting Queensland schools, with the Newman government saying it will not allow kids to be used as political pawns. Federal education...
2015/02/20 11:26
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Doctors at Perth's new Fiona Stanley Hospital are treating about 100 extra people every day at the emergency department than at the now-closed Fremantle Hospital. Not enough is being done to fill the...
2015/02/20 11:26
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WA Premier Colin Barnett at odds with union over public service job loss numbers Premier Colin Barnett expects up to 100 public servants will go under new laws that give the WA government the power...
2015/02/20 08:26
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Historic East Perth power station site offered to developers for waterfront residential, commercial and arts precinct The sale of the long-defunct East Perth power station to private developers will...
2015/02/20 06:05
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Northbridge live music venue The Bakery will close its doors in May. A local music promoter says the number of live venues closing across Perth has become an "emergency situation" and says the WA...
2015/02/20 04:17
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THE Australian Crime Commission has sought access to documents relating to the Perth Mint. THE access came through an agreement between federal Justice Minister Michael Keenan and WA Premier Colin...
2015/02/20 02:05
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Just because the government wants your property, doesn't mean you are going to get a fair price for it. Photo: Glenn Hunt Western Australia's planning arm has conceded in confidential correspondence...
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