The 23-year-old worker died when a glass roof collapsed at a building under construction at Curtin’s Bentley campus.
Protests at Curtin’s proposed cuts to teaching staff took place on campus today.
The $1.2 billion buffer provided by the mining industry has kept Western Australia’s budget in the black.
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Experts have mixed reactions to today’s budget announcements for mental health.
The Australian Water Association is worried about water shortages in the future, and whether we are prepared for water stress.
Perth artists are reacting to significant budget cuts to the arts this week.
The contentious higher education reform bill passed parliament today, and many academics are furious.
Tourism operators say there’s been a boost in flights to the north of the state after a government discount.
Students are reacting to the news online lectures are set to continue next year.
Prominent independent public health agencies are calling on the WA Government to ban junk food advertising on state-owned assets.
Subsidising house building in new land releases provides work for builders, but is urban sprawl a problem?
The three-day music festival in Hyden has disappointed Indigenous communities who say the site is sacred.
The first post-pandemic Fringe Festival will shine a spotlight on WA’s home-grown talent.
Reeling reef residents are set to fight the State’s marina plans they say could destroy their coast.
Students are being offered opportunities to study abroad from home as travel bans continue.