For far too long schools have outsourced the teaching of essential financial life skills to banks who have used it as an advertising play. But that stops now and the real education begins.
Senior McGowan Government ministers directly intervened to clear the way for a lucrative Broome development proposed by an Aboriginal corporation with strong ties to the Labor Party.
A wild high-speed chase through Mandurah streets ending in a dramatic double arrest has been captured on camera by police chopper.
The Department of Justice has defended its care of sick inmates at a local prison after it emerged a potentially deadly flu had spread through the facility.
Elise Van Aken
Two WA families will come together at Cervantes today for an emotional ceremony to remember two media men killed in an extraordinary plane crash 60 years ago.
A veteran teacher who was forced to retire while battling post-traumatic stress disorder experts said was caused by abusive students has won another victory in his fight to return to the classroom.
Labor lauded the joint-venture project with the Shire of Laverton as an opportunity for local families to attract tourism events to the area with a “unique red-dirt experience”.
Members and guests gather at Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s Hannans Club each year for a feast of fish and to raise funds for community projects.
Curtin University was awarded the largest sum, with $200,000 going towards a research project to find different methods of providing an industrial water supply to the Goldfields.
The event will be at Boulder’s Loopline Park and stretch along Burt and Hamilton streets, starting at 5.30pm, with the lighting of the Christmas tree at 7.30pm.
Mr Blowes then allegedly jumped in the vehicle with the other men and left the scene.
The powder did not act as a prophylaxis at all. Instead, it was causing an incurable illness.
“It is a good goal and this is what we will be aiming for.”
An explosive email tabled at the inquiry into Victoria’s hotel quarantine program reveals Brett Sutton’s ‘moral and legal’ concerns.
An initiative of the McGowan Government, 16 Days in WA was launched in 2017 to empower people to help stop gender-based violence.
“I think we had a blip last week against Hannans where I think no-one really fired whereas at least every other week we’ve had at least one or two people step up.”
He later told police he “didn’t hit him that hard” and he was “only protecting his woman”.
The Goldfields Migrant Employment Project has since relocated and connected 50 Perth-based migrants and their families into work in the region.
The top 20 shares of the past 20 years have some common traits, say specialists, that keen investors can learn from.
COVID-19 vaccine volunteers have spoken about the side effects of the jab with a US journalist that took part saying “it felt good to feel bad”.
Different COVID restrictions around the country mean live music is currently poles apart depending on your state. See where your state is at.
The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience has announced the finalists in the Resilient Australia Awards 2020, including the Wheatbelt town’s local government.
Someone in the minster’s entourage was overheard expressing concern that Ms MacTiernan was lost.
A 41-year-old man has been jailed after he was caught with 1.2kg of cannabis hidden in his car.
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