Perth Zoo is celebrating Mother's Day by offering free entry for all mothers on Sunday, May 14th, according to a press release issued by the Western Australian Government on May 13th, 2023.
Mothers visiting the zoo with their families will be able to enjoy a day out surrounded by the zoo's Read More
Grocery prices are expected to increase in Australia due to an ongoing truck driver shortage. The shortage of drivers has resulted in delays and disruptions to the supply chain, leading to a rise in the cost of transporting goods, including food and groceries.
The trucking industry has been facing a chronic Roads & Transport Read More
A group of Neo-Nazis clashed with police and counter-protesters during a rally in Perth. Around 40 people participated in the rally, which was organised by the Neo-Nazi group, the National Socialist Network.
The rally took place outside the Perth Magistrates Court, where a 33-year-old man was due to appear on charges Read More
Based on the latest health advice, Western Australia's Safe Transition Plan has been updated with new hard border settings from Saturday, February 5 to respond to serious concerns around the impacts of the Omicron variant.
The updated plan means the full border opening will be delayed given the full impacts of COVID-19Travel & Tourism Read More
From Friday 29 October 2021 until Monday 1 November 2021, members of the public will have the opportunity to try Masters Swimming at one of 19 free Let’s Swim Together sessions.
As part of a syndicated membership drive campaign, 16 Masters Swimming clubs from Geraldton to Bunbury will host a free Swimming Read More
Disaster assistance has been made available to assist communities in the City of Swan and the Shire of Mundaring recover from the extensive damage caused by bushfires in the region this week.
Assistance is being provided through the jointly funded Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA).
Information on disaster assistance is available Disaster & Emergency Read More
The Perth, Peel and South-West five-day lockdown will end tonight, Friday, 5 February at 6pm.
A post-lockdown transition period for the Perth and Peel regions will come into effect from 6pm on Friday and remain in place until 12.01am Sunday, 14 February.
The South-West region will return to pre-lockdown conditions from 6pm COVID-19 Read More
Officers from the Major Crash Investigation Squad are investigating a crash that occurred in Morley on Wednesday, 3 February 2021.
About 1.40 pm, a black Mitsubishi Lancer sedan was driving east on Morley Drive East and a blue Kia Cerato hatchback that was travelling south on Beechboro Road North were involved in Roads & Transport Read More
The WA Government has authorised extra power outage payments for those affected by the devastating Perth Hills bushfire.
The extended outage payment is usually $80 but has been increased to $160 for customers impacted by the bushfire, either directly or indirectly.
Around 1,300 homes and businesses are currently without power due Disaster & Emergency Read More
The WA Government's $4 million construction project to expand the accommodation and service capacity of the new women's refuges in Peel and Kwinana has commenced.
Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence Minister Simone McGurk today announced that the contract to deliver the works has been awarded to Western Australian company Pindan Read More