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WA Premier Mark McGowan (left) and WA Tourism Minister Paul Papalia (Image: AAP/Rebecca Le May)

Tip of the Day: WA’s staycation drive fails to keep the bucks at home

Talk about shooting a perfectly good initiative in the foot. Wotif? WTF?

Clive Palmer and WA Premier Mark McGowan

Will WA’s extraordinary measures against Clive Palmer pay off?

Western Australia has used its legislative power to get itself out of a very bad bargain. But what has been lost in the process?

Suspended Perth lord mayor Lisa Scaffidi (Image: AAP/Richard Wainwright)

Conflict of Interest: How the City of Perth failed its people

Interested in the art of local government corruption? Look no further than the City of Perth.

Clive Palmer (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

Feds sniff the western winds and back away from Palmer’s WA border case

The federal government has done a 180 in its support for Clive Palmer's High Court challenge to WA’s hard border closure.

(Image: AAP/Alan Porritt)

Look west to see your future — WA’s ‘new normal’ is going to spread

COVID-19 has hurried Australia into an economic hellscape that Western Australia has been fooling around with for at least five years.

Clive Palmer (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

Can nothing keep a bad man down? Virulent Mr Palmer just keeps on coming

Whether he's interfering in state politics or dismissing the pandemic as a media 'beat-up', Clive Palmer is on a roll of the worst possible kind.

The Swan River in Perth (Image: AAP Image/Richard Wainwright)

Is it time for Aussie home buyers to go west?

Perth now has some of the cheapest property in Australia. Is 2020 the year to make the move?

Forced testing and underwear removal in WA schools? Here are the facts

Despite a popular post on social media stating otherwise, there is no legislation known as the COVID-19 emergency powers act in WA.

(Image: Unsplash/Manon Duport)

Social distancing in Western Australia

Here is the latest on coronavirus social distancing rules in Western Australia. This article will be updated on a regular basis to keep you informed.

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