When the State celebrated its centenary, residents partied like it was 1829.
These are the lengths some West Australians will go to save $10 a week.
The scene of a horrific accident where a woman was killed when a truck T-boned her car is one of Perth’s most dangerous roads. Find out which other roads are on the list.
The Department of Transport has installed an on-water radar speed sign at East Fremantle for a two-week trial.
A difficult place to do business. A suburban rather than urban, lively student experience. Failing to attract its share of tourists. An unsophisticated city.
Kent Acott and Angela Pownall
Rottnest will have the biggest upgrade in its history with Federal and State governments planning a $33 million cash splash on WA’s premier holiday island.
The Camfield at Optus Stadium will be able to sell booze on Good Friday, but an application from a bar 15 minutes away in the CBD’s Yagan Square has been rejected.
Filming activity in regional WA has skyrocketed in the past 18 months and is set to reach greater heights after the launch of the Film Friendly Initiative.
Sarah Ison and Kent Acott
New data shows few signs of improvement in the local property market.
The massive venue will become the first WA pub to sell alcohol without serving food on Good Friday.
Tourism Minister Paul Papalia has pleaded with West Aussies to be polite, helpful and on their best behaviour when Perth hosts Australia’s biggest tourism convention next week.
EXCLUSIVE: We reveal an ambitious plan to build WA’s only “truly global attraction” — three giant bio-domes that will allow visitors to experience different parts of the State at one location.
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