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The Australian Bureau of Statistics denies claims that the Census is discriminatory towards remote Indigenous communities. HANNAH COLEMAN reports.
The Census has caused some community frustration with lengthy phone delays and missing forms. ANNA FLANAGAN reports.
The deadly mosquito virus Murray Valley Encephalitis is still lingering in Western Australia. DEMI WRIGHT reports.
People who are sleeping rough may not be able to access a census form tonight. KATE DRINKWATER reports.
The Greens say the Government’s public transport plan won’t ease Perth’s growing traffic congestion problems. TROY TREEBY reports.
The West Australian Football Commission hopes the conviction of a Morley man, who assaulted a fellow parent, will show that violence at junior football games won’t be tolerated. MITCHELL WOODCOCK reports.
A crisis support group has welcomed new media guidelines for the reporting of suicides, as EMMA KAUFFMAN reports.
Kensington Police are about to start a month-long program to combat anti-social and violent behaviour at local railway stations. HANUSIA GOY reports.
Some 10,500 athletes are expected to compete in the world’s biggest sporting event, the London Olympics, as ANNA FLANAGAN reports.
Australians’ support for gay marriage has risen to 68 per cent. MARISSA WILLIAMS reports.
The 2016 World’s Masters Athletics Championships will boost WA tourism by showcasing 5,000 athletes in Perth, as NATASHA AFZAL reports.
The State Government has axed its residential feed-in tariff scheme for being too popular. Energy Minister Peter Collier suspended the scheme today despite more than 65 thousand homes using it to generate […]
Even in a world recession, more people are spending money to decorate their bodies permanently. But is this form of art worthwhile? CATHRINE FORMOE reports.