City Beach will get an $18 million facelift, with a new surf club and restaurant strip planned at the popular beachfront.
The group behind the State's first shark barrier says it could walk away from WA without State Government support.
Catch limits for prized recreational fish could be eased in coming years.
A Perth law firm has introduced a US-style money-back guarantee, saying it is a much-needed service that would improve the image of lawyers and the "old-fashioned, outdated" legal sector.
Grandparents who care for their grandchildren may get crash courses in iPads and other modern gadgetry as a result of a Senate inquiry.
Two men are in hospital with serious injuries after a wild brawl involving about 20 people in Northbridge overnight.
Tens of thousands of Australian children, about to get computer tablets and smartphones for Christmas, face being pulled into "free" online games that could end up costing them and their parents hundreds of dollars.
The Barnett Government has the worst electricity market reform record of any State, according to the industry body representing Australia's energy utilities.
The Collie coalfield woes have spread, with Chinese-owned Premier Coal also thought to be teetering on the edge of financial ruin amid claims it has been unable to secure millions of dollars in much-needed capital.
It is more than four years since a WA liquor store was fined for selling alcohol to a minor, though it is believed most sell to underage customers.
The Federal Government is looking at a multibillion-dollar bailout for the Victorian and South Australian economies that would dwarf the extra money sought by Holden to keep making cars in the two States.
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