Former Federal Cabinet minister Stephen Smith has drawn parallels between WA's embrace of desalinated water and the legendary exploits of C.Y. O'Connor, saying it has underpinned Perth's recent prosperity.
A derelict carpark will be transformed into paradise when Subiaco's Pavilion Market site is revamped into a pop-up bar this month.
Inadequate provisions in a prison transport contract with Serco are contributing to daily staff shortages at WA's main maximum-security jail for men, the independent prisons watchdog has found.
Carla Thomas has long been a healthy eater but her sweet tooth bothered her.
It has long been known too much sugar rots your teeth and too many cakes pile on the kilos but many of us are ignorant about how much sugar we are consuming.
Federal funding for WA's homeless appears safe after Tony Abbott said he had heard Premier Colin Barnett's plea to maintain vital services for the State's most vulnerable people.
Confidence among WA consumers has crashed on the back of job and cost of living worries - just as the State and Federal budgets face a hit from falling iron ore prices.
Tony Abbott has given his strongest indication that Australian Football League matches and cricket games will remain on free-to-air TV but admits other media protections could be junked.
Len Buckeridge has been branded as an influential and colourful character.
Len Buckeridge thought his time had come when he was forced last year to have hourly X-rays at Hollywood Hospital to monitor a blockage in his intestine.
Len Buckeridge, one of the State's most influential businessman, worked until his final moments yesterday when he died from a heart attack.
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