Hamilton Hill High School Bids Farewell After 56 Years Of Education

After 56 years of service, and several generations of passing through its doors, Hamilton Hill Senior High School is closing. Events leading up to the closure allowed community members and past students to relive their memories at the school. Principal of Hamilton Senior High School, Paul Bottcher, said the school has played an integral role…

WA Launches Road Safety Booklets for Foreign Drivers

The State Government and Road Safety Commission has launched a series of road safety booklets in foreign languages, with the hope of improving road safety for international visitors. The Italian Consul approached the RSC earlier this year after an Italian man here on a working holiday, arrived and then was tragically killed in a road…

Expert Slammed Mutinational Companies For Not Paying Tax

Details from the Australian Tax Office highlighted that more than 700 companies did not pay their taxes for the 2015-16 financial year. 732 Multinational companies are not paying taxes, despite a collective income of more than $500 billion dollars. Legislation states companies cannot report an amount of zero, so these fields were left blank on…

Fracking ban in South-West, Peel and Perth

The McGowan Government announced regulations on hydraulic fracture stimulation (fracking) in the South-West, Peel and Perth Regions. Minster for Mines and Petroleum, Bill Johnston, said the government needs to protect the State’s environment from risks associated with fracking. “While the tracking ban in the South-West, Peel and Perth regions has already been achieved, the regulations…

Asron investigation for vehicle fires in Applecross

Detective Senior Constable Mark Pollock and the Arson Squad are investigating an incident last night where a car was set alight, also causing fire damage to two other vehicles. Around 10:30 last night the owner of the BMW returned home leaving his car in the drive way. Approximately 30 minutes later he was alerted to…

Woman charged over Canningvale Incidents

Around 3:15 yesterday afternoon, Police were called to Ranford Road, Canningvale, following a disturbance involving a large fight, reportedly between rival teens. St John Ambulance arrived shortly thereafter tending to several people who received injuries during the incident. It is believed that two people had stab wounds, and one other victim received life threatening injuries…

Overhaul of WA’s public library system

Western Australia’s public library system will be modernised to better meet the diverse and evolving needs of the community. With 231 public libraries around the state, the modernisation of the system will see these vibrant community hubs improve and attract even more people to use the facilities. Over 500,000 people attended library programs and events…

Intellegence Accuse Manus Island Residents Engaging In Drug and Sex Offences

The Refugee Rights Action Network has rejected allegations of drug and sex offences within the recently-closed Regional Processing Centre on Manus Island. Intelligence advice described residents allegedly engaging in shocking behaviour such as drug dealing, and sexual activities with underage girls. “I think this is another deflection by the minister Peter Dutton to deflect from…

Armed Robbers Targeted Nollamara Liquor Store

Regional Investigation Unit detectives are investigating an armed robbery that occurred around 9am this morning. At a liquor store, on Hillsborough Drive in Nollamara, two men attempted to leave the store without paying for a carton of alcohol. One of the men indicated that he had a weapon as a staff member attempted to stop…