Fallen troops acknowledged in Anzac Day dawn service commemorations

Anzac heroes have been recognised and honoured as tens of thousands descended on Kings Park to commemorate Anzac Day at the dawn service. Current and former service people, joined men, women and children at the State War Memorial to acknowledge ANZAC soldiers who had fallen in battle, remembering the arrival of Australians on Gallipoli on…

Jandakot man charged over damage to eight ATMs

WA Police have charged a Jandakot man after vandalising a number of ATMs throughout Perth during April. Regional Investigations Unit officers allege that the 40-year-old man damaged eight machines in a number of suburbs including South Perth, Subiaco, Riverton, Atwell, Morley and Bull Creek. It will be further alleged that the man tried to forcibly…

Shorten hits back over climate change questions

Bill Shorten has responded to criticisms of not answering questions over his party’s climate change policy, claiming he had “answered questions on climate change many times”. The Opposition Leader, who arrived in Perth to undertake a health blitz, stated on Perth radio that “perhaps people don’t always look at your old interviews” but his plan…

Gun shot reports in Kelmscott under investigation

Following reports of a gun shot in Kelmscott yesterday, the suburb went into lockdown as police investigated a property on Slee Avenue. Police located a handmade ‘pen gun’ on the premises. A police spokesman explained a pen gun is a tubular piece of metal, spring loaded, which can be loaded with ammunition and then fired.…

Second violent incident hits Cockburn Shopping Centre

Cockburn residents have been gripped by fear a second time, following another rampage at the Cockburn Gateway Shopping Centre. Police allege that on Wednesday afternoon, a 19-year-old man began acting in a disorderly fashion after being asked to leave a clothing store. He was joined by three girls who became verbally aggressive to people around…

Apartment VS Housing: What is the best option for affordability?

As WA apartment prices decreased by 9% and housing prices decreased by 20%, this trend wonders if housing affordability is more important than ever? As new developments pop up all around our city and suburbs, has there been a shift towards apartment living, as opposed to buying your first home? Property experts believe now is…

Prime Minister Boosts WA Road and Rail With $1.6b Investment

Scott Morrison will inject new funding into WA’s infrustructure, devoting $1.6 billion for road and rail projects as he attempts to boost voter support from the state. Mr Morrison announced the funding boost today to address concerns about congestion, after arriving in Perth for a fundraiser on Wednesday night. The PM revealed a number of…