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WA tightens border rules for NSW travellers as Bondi COVID cluster grows – WAtoday

Previously, arrivals from the eastern state were only required to quarantine if they had been to one of the exposure sites visited...

WA watchdog sounds warning to home builders over price increases – WAtoday

Record numbers of new home builds has forced some builders to increase the cost of their services after contracts have already...

WA’s vaccine rollout for over-30s has surged uptake – but how will it be managed? – WAtoday

As bookings blow out for Claremont Showgrounds, the department has sought to reassure those seeking to be fully vaccinated in...

Operations suspended at Silver Lake Resources mine after contractor’s death – WAtoday

A Macmahon contractor has died at the Daisy Complex mine at Mount Monger in the Eastern Goldfields.

Maritime worker suspected of being a COVID ‘shedder’ put back into quarantine in Perth – WAtoday

The seaman was at the centre of a suspected Pan Pacific Hotel leak in May and recently tested positive on release into the community. On Sunday, WA Chief Health...

From criticising Juukan destruction to joining the Rio Tinto board, former WA treasurer jumps ship – WAtoday

In New South Wales former ministers are required to take a two-year break before working for any organisations involved in major planning and development issues...

McGowan reveals $377 million to target household fees and charges – WAtoday

The average basket of goods for a WA family will be increased by 1.6 per cent for the coming financial year.

Perth Racing boss sacked over allegations of ‘serious inappropriate workplace conduct’ – WAtoday

WA racing identity, Professor John Yovich, has been sacked as managing director at Perth Racing, effective immediately after a “brave staff member” came forward...

Lockdowns don’t ‘crush’ anything: with a COVID outbreak every 12 days this year, this is how each state responded – WAtoday

Infectious disease experts are calling for a less panicked response to small outbreaks after an analysis revealed two-thirds of the past 17 breaches have been managed...

State hurries on subbie protections in wake of Pindan collapse – WAtoday

The construction company’s collapse leaves high-profile projects across the state and country in limbo, and subcontractors owed tens of thousands of dollars.
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