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WA’s biggest residential heritage project — the $70 million refurbishment and redevelopment of Fremantle’s Dalgety woolstores — is finished and ready for occupants.

Peel Thunder and East Perth have been capped at fielding a maximum 15 AFL-listed players in any WAFL final from next season.

WA could be hit with a domestic gas supply crunch within two years if there are delays to a processing plant at Chevron’s $45 billion Wheatstone LNG project near Onslow.

Former solicitor-general Justin Gleeson was consulted about the constitutional problems with WA’s audacious attempt to seize control of the Bell Group liquidation six months before the plan was …

One Nation senator Rod Culleton has an uphill battle to remain in Parliament after High Court judges cast doubt on one of his key defences.

Questions are being asked about when Aboriginal Affairs Minister Peter Collier first knew that Broome was to be the subject of a heritage assessment and whether he could have done more to anticipate …

Roy Hill boss Barry Fitzgerald says the Pilbara iron ore miner will make an effort to recruit newcomers to the mining industry as it looks to find another 500 to 600 new workers in the next 18 months.

Emma Miller-Olsen says she might not have returned to her high-powered job in WA’s resources industry after the birth of her two children if she and her husband could not work flexible hours.

WA’s peak business lobby has elevated payroll tax relief to the top of its wish list for the State election amid claims it is a handbrake on employment.

Perth households are using tens of billions of litres of drinking water a year on their gardens and flushing their toilets when recycled supplies would be cheaper and easier to provide, a report has …

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