The Western Australian government has announced a $3 billion investment towards transitioning to a cleaner and more sustainable energy future.
The investment is part of the government's commitment to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 and will fund a range of initiatives aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and supporting the development Technology 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 Watch and Act alert has been downgraded to an Advice due to rainfall over the fireground.Restricted Access Permits are still required for residents to enter the Tilden Park area.Road closures also remain for parts of the warning area.7:36pm - 6 Feb 2021
The Emergency Warning area has been downgraded to Disaster & EmergencyWeather & Climate Read More
A 41-year-old man from Ellenbrook has been arrested, charged and refused bail after failing to comply with a direction to wear a face mask in public today.
The man was located outside a shopping centre on Great Eastern Highway, Midland, which is within the Perth Metropolitan COVID lockdown area.
Police engaged with COVID-19 Read More
Innovation and ICT Minister Dave Kelly today announced that the WA Government would invest $150,000 from the New Industries Fund towards the immediate establishment of a manufacturing facility for the Avicena rapid virus testing machine.
Western Australian start-up Avicena Systems is behind the innovative testing technology which uses saliva samples and COVID-19 Read More
Perth's first Smart Freeway is officially open, with southern suburbs drivers on the Kwinana Freeway northbound the first to experience a faster, safer and more reliable journey.
The new smart technology allows Main Roads' Network Operations Centre to actively manage the freeway in real time by controlling the flow of traffic, Read More
Based on the latest health advice from the Chief Health Officer, Phase 4 of the WA roadmap will be extended for a two-month period and the 2020 Perth Royal Show will no longer go ahead as planned.
The State Government today made the announcement, stating the extra cautious approach was necessary Perth Royal Show Read More
The State Government will bring forward the Western Australian Renewable Hydrogen Strategy targets by a decade and invest $22 million to develop hydrogen supply, meet growing demand for the clean fuel and create jobs.
Part of the WA Recovery Plan, the accelerated targets and nine studies and projects will boost the Read More
Five Western Australian nurses are headed to Melbourne to support Victoria in its COVID-19 response.
This initial group will join a small Western Australian forward command team that left Perth on Wednesday.
The Western Australian deployment is responding to Victoria's Department of Health and Human Services urgent request for healthcare workers.
Since the COVID-19Victoria Read More
Fremantle's Victoria Quay is set to be transformed into a tourism landmark, with a new micro-brewery, eatery and café set to open in the historic A Shed building next year.
Gage Roads Brewing Company has secured a lease to refurbish and develop the almost 100-year old building following a request-for-proposal process.
The Read More