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Trio of international tourism trade events bound for Perth in 2019
Fresh start continues for TAFE SA with new Board appointments
More surgeries at Modbury Hospital
Online home building tool scoops top honours at Innovator of the Year awards
Twenty-first century laws to fight against child exploitation
Government hits the right note for music development
New Banksia Grove school named Grandis Primary School
Australia re-elected to ITU Council
Seniors Awards recognise remarkable older Western Australians
First inquiry referred to SA Productivity Commission
Whistleblower protections to go ahead
New Shanghai office to boost connections between China and South Australia
Paul Murray bans Clive Palmer supporters from Townsville show
Perth turns up the heat in summer tourism campaign
First knitted poppies planted in commemoration of Armistice Day
Beeliar wetlands to be preserved for future generations
Final homes finished in $8.8m Tjuntjuntjara upgrade
Government gives green light for new ANZAC House headquarters
Warren Entsch’s $20 million lifeline just another empty promise for Far North growers
Joint media statement – Expressions of interest open for ILC grants
New synthetic hockey field brings competitive edge to southern suburbs
New board member appointed to environmental watchdog
PowerBank trial goes live three months early after families snap up spots
Waterwise verges help save water in response to climate change
Labor Delivers Strong Economy, Budget Surpluses
Who is running the country?
Million Dollar Boost To Help La Mama Rise From The Ashes
State Government approves Boxing Day retail trading in the suburbs
Grants to grow WA’s hemp industry
New community mental health service for people in the Great Southern
Margaret River Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrades to cater for growth
Vessel named in honour of whale rescue pioneer
AFL tourism strategy kicks $66 million goal for WA
Suspended council members to lose entitlements
Helping Kinder Kids Learn Vietnamese In North Melbourne
Telling the stories of our service men and women
Tiny home prompts larger discussion about housing choices
Festival of Light brings vibrant celebrations to WA
United Australia Party backs renewable fuels
School’s out: Outdoor Classroom Day getting kids back to nature
New Equipment For Coonooer Bridge Emergency Volunteers
WA games industry powers up with a new International Access Pass
Passengers to test new frontier of public transport technology
New Equipment For Emergency Service Volunteers