A McDonald’s drive-through is set to open in Westminster before the end of the year, with special conditions to protect the privacy of a funeral home next door.
Business owners have endured a huge downturn in trade since a portion of Hay Street was closed when buildings began to collapse.
The ‘heritage’ credentials of two dilapidated buildings on Subiaco’s Hay Street have led to a shutdown that is having far-reaching consequences for local businesses.
Complaints about ‘visual pollution’ from people in beachside suburbs has led to an illuminated sign ban in the northern suburbs.
Nadia Budihardjo - Stirling Times
Former City of Perth councillor Jim Adamos has been cleared of allegations he swindled rate payers out of hundreds of dollars to cover personal expenses.
Labor leader Mark McGowan has promised to pour $165 million into a suite of community and sport projects should his party — as expected — sweep to power at the March State election.
Applications for the grant will be available to all owners and occupiers who lost properties in last week’s fire carnage.
Ken Sealey’s Beseech scuplture, which sits outside the City of Vincent’s administration building, now sports what could be the biggest mask in WA - in the name of COVID solidarity.
The western suburbs are facing a massive gear change with approval for an apartment complex up to 20 storeys high at the Nedlands Chellingworth Motors Porsche dealership site.
Victoria Rifici & Kim Macdonald
A $25 million hotel-like private mental health hospital has been given the green light, the first of its kind to spring up south of the river.
The Lord Mayor’s Distress Relief Fund has been activated to help victims of the devastating Wooroloo bushfire — one of WA’s worst-ever disasters — with more than $2.5 million already raised.
Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas has had a showdown with the Premier, insisting ratepayers should not be lumbered with a huge bill to run a pool at the revamped WACA ground.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s council elections will be decided by postal ballot and could cost ratepayers almost $90,000 if councillors approve a proposal being tabled at tomorrow’s council meeting.
A former mayor has questioned some of the decisions made by successor Brad Pettitt.
Premier Mark McGowan is urging Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas to honour the City of Perth’s agreement to help fund a public swimming pool at the WACA.
Police have begun to dismantle ‘tent city’ after the State Government took the extraordinary step to snatch power from the council this morning.
Rangi Hirini & Joe Spagnolo
The WA Government has taken an extraordinary step to end the 'tent city' saga in Fremantle's Pioneer Park.
Joe Spagnolo, Rangi Hirini & Shannon Hampton
The $100 million redevelopment of the WACA is in limbo after Perth Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas revealed the council was examining the financial viability of its $25 million investment.
Fremantle’s tent city is on track to be dismantled by the end of the weekend, with every rough sleeper now being offered “appropriate accommodation” and authorities preparing to issue move-on notices.
Josh Zimmerman, Daryna Zadvirna & Michael Traill
WA Police have linked allegations two men sexually attacked two girls aged 13 and 14 in Fremantle in the early hours of New Year’s Day with the port’s homeless camp.
Opposition Leader Zak Kirkup has challenged Premier Mark McGowan to accommodate all the rough sleepers at Fremantle’s tent city by the end of the month.
Josh Zimmerman & Peter Law
Security guards will be doubled and CCTV ramped up in Scarborough as part of a plan to combat violence after confronting pictures revealed the ugly brawls troubling the beachfront strip.
Banning party buses in Scarborough won’t curb rising antisocial behaviour in the area, according to the operator of a bus service that regularly visits the coastal party hotspot.
The City of Stirling will meet with police to tackle antisocial behaviour after confronting photos exposed alcohol-fuelled violence plaguing nightlife in the seaside suburb.
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