Four years on, State approves taller towers for City Link

A four-year wait for an acceptable hotel design for the Perth City Link is over, with the latest version of a $158 million, two-tower development given the thumbs up from the State Government. It will include the first residential development on the Link site, which straddles Northbridge and the CBD. …

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Taste of WA to entice restaurant-goers

Taste of WA to entice restaurant-goers The West Australian Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon The inaugural State of Events WA will allow restaurant-goers to sample up to five dishes for just $50 at a selection of restaurants across the state.

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South Fremantle forward Matthew Parker on AFL radar

A one-match suspension is not likely to affect the draft chances of lively South Fremantle forward Matthew Parker who has been invited to the State combine on October 14. Parker, 22, was banned for one game for a late, high strike on West Perth big man Tyler Keitel during South’s …

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Commissioner acts to give WA Police body-worn cameras

WA police officers will start using body-worn video cameras early next year after Commissioner Chris Dawson decided not to wait for State Government funding for the technology. “Body-worn cameras are now commonly used in other policing jurisdictions, with potential benefits including improved evidence gathering and a greater opportunity to capture …

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