The West

WA

  1. Excess fills hungry gaps

    A Belmont organisation has served its one millionth meal to the people in Perth who need it most.

  2. Budget woe big failure, says ALP

    Budget woe big failure, says ALP

    Treasurer Mike Nahan's emergency measures to protect the Budget surplus are "the budgetary equivalent of fossicking around down the back of the couch for change", says shadow treasurer Ben Wyatt.

  3. Photographer in line for top award

    Photographer in line for top award

    On any given day, Alex Cearns might have giant rare dogs, baby wombats, fairy penguins or even scorpions in her studio.

  4. Arena growth has Cats purring

    Arena growth has Cats purring

    Summer Walters has cheered on the Perth Wildcats from the stands at every home game since she was five years old.

  5. Mother 'forced to quit' over maternity claims

    Mother 'forced to quit' over maternity claims

    A Perth medical professional says she was forced to quit her job after returning from maternity leave as her employer threatened to cut her entitlements and enforce "unfair" work hours.

  6. Watchdog clears Rayney cops

    Watchdog clears Rayney cops

    Police officers criticised by the judge at Lloyd Rayney's trial have been cleared of serious misconduct.

  7. McGowan bid to break union grip

    McGowan bid to break union grip

    State Labor leader Mark McGowan will attempt to break the stranglehold of union powerbrokers on the WA branch.

  8. Commuters to track buses on app

    Commuters to track buses on app

    A high-tech system so commuters can track their bus will be rolled out across the Transperth fleet next year.

  9. Easter pay rates hit restaurants

    Easter pay rates hit restaurants

    Perth restaurants say the choice is lose money or close this Easter weekend because of holiday pay rates.

  10. Crash widow urges road care

    Crash widow urges road care

    A year ago Michael Woodland posted online about eight people dying on WA roads and a week later joined them prompting his widow to make an Easter plea.

  11. Threats, white powder in letters

    Threats, white powder in letters

    Envelopes with white powder and bomb threats were found addressed to the offices of Colin Barnett, Mike Nahan and The West Australian yesterday.

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