State Environment Minister visits Foodbank to highlight WA’s growing waste concerns.
Dying is inevitable – is euthanasia as well? It looks like Victoria could soon legalise euthanasia.
City of Swan residents skeptical after Labor pledges $700 million to building new railway.
Many students rely on weekend work to make ends meet. With major cuts to penalty rates here to stay, where does this leave them?
As millions of Australians receive their same-sex marriage vote letters, questions are being asked about the environmental cost.
An inquiry will consider whether the controversial practice will be allowed in the future.
Future of association representing interests of 2000 Perth cricketers in limbo as nine out of 10 board members resign.
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Experts welcome the new treatment but warn that targeting priority communities may be difficult.
New legislation could see peaceful protestors face two years in prison and a $24 000 fine.
Western Independent was there to record the premier’s reaction.
The State Government has accepted all 17 recommendations from the investigation into the Yarloop-Waroona bushfire.
Analysts predict the RBA won’t move on the cash rate until next year.
But the average citizen shouldn’t be overly worried.
And they’ve also got a bone to pick with the Barnett Government over other aborted transport plans.
It’s musical chairs.