Forgery bank statements can be purchased for $6 on Dark Web

Cyber criminals are now selling Commonwealth Bank & Wespac forged documents on the dark web between $6 and $24, with payments being made with untraceable “bitcoin”. Promising world wide delivery within 24 hours, the documents are a means of accessing the nation’s financial services and banking systems, inclusive of the lucrative $2 trillion of superannuation…

Lacking Worker’s Compensation for WA Police

A technicality has been at the forefront for a lack of worker’s compensation for Western Australian Police officers. The WA Police are not employed by the Government, although they pay their wages, their employer is the actually the Queen. This legal loophole has seen the Government avoiding paying worker’s compensation for years. Wayne Matthews, Vice…

Program to Help Women Achieve Financial Independence

The State Government has granted $10,000 to the Inspire Change project, which aims to help women gain financial independence. The grant will help the project deliver a series of workshops aimed at mothers with young or primary-school aged children. Topics covered will help build resilience and economic independence, and include financial literacy, budgeting, loans and…

WA Still has the Weakest Performing Economy in the Country

Western Australia still has the worst performing economy in the country, according to a recent report from CommSec. The quarterly report analyses eight key economic factors for each state: economic growth; retail spending; equipment investment; unemployment; construction work done; population growth; housing finance and dwelling commencements. CommSec Economist Craig James said WA’s performance reflects the…

Start Up Businesses Increasing Among Youth People

Many young individuals are starting up their own businesses and creating entrepreneurial  pathways. Jeremy Galbreath, Associate Professor at Curtin Graduate School of Business, thinks start up businesses are a good opportunity for people wanting to be their own boss. “There seems to be a trend heading in that direction and I think the younger generation…

Two Police Officers Stabbed In Geraldton

A 23 year old Narrogin man has been charged by Geraldton Detectives, over a serious assault last night in Spalding. It is alleged that when officers attempted to arrest the man in relation to suspect burglary offence, he struggled violently and bit one of the officers on the arm. A taser was then successfully deployed…

WA Police Escalates War On Wages

The pay war between WA Government and Police Officers has escalated, after Premier Mark McGowan stands firm on the matter. The Government has offered a flat $1000 pay increase with its new wages policy. But Police Union President, George Tilbury, is adamant that they deserve a 1.5% pay rise. He warned the that officers would…

Cannabis Seized During Separate House Raids

A large amount of cash and cannabis were seized after a vehicle search on Tranmore Street in Canning Vale on Tuesday. More than $50,000 cash were discovered during the vehicle search. A home search was conducted in Osborne Park after further enquiries. It’s alleged the house is converted to grow hydroponic cannabis. Following the inquiries,…

Perth City Budget Caps Rate Revenue At 1.5%

The Annual 2017/2018 Annual Budget was passed at a Council Meeting yesterday. The City of Perth will reduce operating expenditure by $4.4 million (2.3%), enabling it to cap this year’s overall rate revenue increase at 1.5 per cent. “We’ve managed to keep our rates at the level of Consumer Price Index (CPI), which is 1.5%,”…

Pakistan Oil Tanker Explosion Kills At Least 123 People

At least 123 people have died in Pakistan after an overturned and leaking oil tanker exploded when someone tried to light a cigarette nearby, according to officials. Provincial government spokesman Malik Muhammad Ahmed Khan commented on the blast, saying many who were caught in it had gathered nearby the tanker. “People of the area and…