Priority Sector Funding to assist WA and Asian business

A new grant program is now accepting applications, with the aim of assisting Western Australian companies to engage with and develop international business capabilities in Asia. The Priority Sector Funding Program seeks applications from industry associations and bilateral businesses, running projects on behalf of WA’s priority trade and investment sectors. This comes as part of…

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Police Commissioner cops a speeding fine

So it happens, no one is above speeding laws in Western Australia… Not even Police Commissioner Chris Dawson. It was recorded on the 28th of September that Mr Dawson was travelling at 59km/h, exceeding the 50km/h limit on Plain Street in East Perth, whilst on route to the National Police Remembrance Day Service at the…

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Mirrabooka Detectives seek information over Bayswater Robbery

A Bayswater robbery has attracted the attention of Mirrabooka Detectives, and are seeking witnesses. On Saturday 15th September, at approximately 1:30pm, a 45 year old man exited the Bayswater Train station and walked towards his car parked on Railway Parade. Upon entering his vehicle and closing the door, a male offender forced it open and…

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Council Conference To Disucss And Address Youth Challenges In WA

Youth Minister Peter Tinley kicked off the Youth Affairs Council of WA’s Unfairground Conference, encouraging attendees to suggest new pathways to address challenges young West Australians facing in this era. YACWA’s bi-annual conference provides an opportunity for young people to network, share ideas and experiences that focus on prominent youth issues.  This year’s conference discussed…

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