Beer drinkers will not be frothing over a new cash-for-containers scheme that will see the price of can and bottle slabs rise - including Emu Bitter, Emu Export, Swan Draught and Little Creatures.
Premier Mark McGowan is under pressure to “do the honourable thing” and demand his party hand back $60,000 in donations that Labor pocketed from a troubled native title corporation.
Wheel clamping will be banned in WA with Premier Mark McGowan hoping to stamp out the “disgraceful scam” before the next state election.
The WA gas giant called on the Government to ‘take a clear and visible leadership role’ that charts a path to reducing emissions in State assets.
A former adviser to Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has been confirmed as the ALP’s new state secretary and campaign director to replace Matt Dixon following his resignation.
Up to 1500 space industry jobs are forecast over the next five years as WA positions itself as a key player in NASA’s mission to return astronauts to the moon by 2024.
The one-time Premier aspirant said he no longer had a desire to lead the WA Labor Party and was ruling out contesting at the next Federal election saying he’s happy where he is.
A brightly-lit and colourful pedestrian bridge linking Perth Children’s Hospital with Kings Park is set to brighten up the lives of sick children and their families across WA.
A stunt by notorious animal rights activist Tash Peterson that marred the inaugural AFLW derby says it “couldn’t have worked out better,” as she speaks exclusively with The West Australian.
The reality is that intrastate airfares in WA compare very favourably with the rest of regional Australia and the world, according to two surveys conducted by The West Australian.
Clive Palmer would be banned from bankrolling multimillion-dollar advertising campaigns at the 2021 election under a plan by the McGowan Government to cap political donations.
The former boss of an Aboriginal corporation has refuted claims made by Nationals MP Vince Catania in State Parliament that he faked his CV and “allegedly fleeced” the organisation.
The boss of one of WA’s largest Aboriginal corporations “allegedly fleeced” millions from the organisation, Parliament has been told, while doubts about his indigenous heritage were also raised.
Saddling online accommodation platforms like Airbnb with unnecessary red tape will hurt WA tourism and take money out of the pockets of families and small businesses.
Taxpayers shouldn’t be worried about their money going into a sponsorship of the Perth Glory as a potential change in ownership looms according to WA’s Premier Mark McGowan.
Peter de Kruijff and Josh Zimmerman
Let WA children eat cake Premier Mark McGowan has decreed after a Perth school put a ban on students bringing birthday treats to class.
Peter de Kruijff, Josh Zimmerman and Sarah Brookes
Even though $1-a-litre milk ostensibly ended last year, very little of the increase in retail prices has made its way to the farmers — and we’re all at fault for standing by and doing nothing.
Airbnb rentals and other online short stay accommodation options like Stayz will be forced to meet new minimum requirements — including being added to a state-wide register — to operate in WA.
Peter de Kruijff
A $1000 fine for drivers using mobile phones could be just the beginning, with increases in fines and demerit points for other driving offences being looked at by the McGowan Government.
Mark McGowan is backing away from his threat to rewrite a State Agreement with Clive Palmer’s company to allow a key iron ore project to go ahead.
Premier Mark McGowan has shown faith in the commissioners at the City of Perth to get the organisation in shape for October elections, despite two staff being suspended over misconduct allegations.
Organisers of the popular sea-side exhibition are railing against a push to shift the world-renown event to Scarborough, accusing Premier Mark McGowan of trying to relocate it.
WA Liberal leader Liza Harvey says she’s disappointed her party dumped three experienced members of her parliamentary team and revealed the shake-up would force a reshuffle of her shadow cabinet.
TAFE enrolments have jumped 20 per cent for courses that had their prices slashed in half by the McGowan Government for 2020.
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