WA’s corruption watchdog has accused the Department of Communities of running a deficient investigation into serious allegations staff had accepted bribes.
Peter de Kruijff and Josh Zimmerman
The Inglewood store, which could be open by Christmas, includes a supermarket, restaurants and street-level parking with 74 bays on Beaufort Street.
The prestigious tournament joins the growing list of major sports events called off in 2020 because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
For the first time maps plotting the spread of COVID-19 infections in Perth suburbs and in the wider WA area reveal the hotbeds for the potentially deadly virus. SEE THE MAPS.
WA’s biggest disability service provider — criticised for failing to shut down its employment workshops — has revealed one of its workers has a confirmed case of COVID-19.
An Uber driver called triple-0 claiming he could not rouse a drunk young woman on his backseat after allegedly ‘sexually molesting’ her as she lay ‘frozen’ in shock, prosecutors say.
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