Many Pilbara towns were designed to be walkable communities. Now, some advocates say the idea has failed and only consultation can fix it.
A rent freeze would result in a shortage of rental properties and higher rents, according to property experts.
Large-scale projects are at risk as local governments in Perth struggle under increasing economic pressure.
The government-stimulated building boom might not be enough to ease rental pressures in Perth any time soon.
London Court is for sale for the first time in over 80 years and store owners are fearful.
Instead of standing idle and forsaken, heritage buildings around Western Australia are being adapted and reused.
Protestors outside WA abortion clinics will face a $12,000 fine and jail time if a Bill before Parliament passes.
As a Perth family move into a new energy efficient home as part of a 12-month sustainability trial, experts disagree on the best path forward.
Could tiny home living be the solution for a generation struggling with housing affordability?
What’s in store for one of the most coveted beach side spaces in Perth?
Lower consumer confidence contributed to a decrease in property leases and sales during the second quarter of 2019.
Chevron Australia and Brookfield sign deal for 29-storey building.
Bonanza for Perth renters as prices hit rock bottom.
Hobart no longer has the honour of cheapest city to rent a house in Australia.
But the Australian Hotels Association says it still represents a very small part of the market.
Neighbours upset over denied access to public laneway.
Competing interests battle over the size of a buffer zone between housing and industry.