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WA mandatory sentencing regime unfairly targets First Nations youth

Indigenous Western Australians are being locked up in droves over ridiculously minor offences. ...  
'Region' of Perth not so cheerful about increased migration

Already struggling with infrastructure overload, Perth will only buckle under the Morrison ...  
Sex workers: Society's scapegoat

Last week, WA Supreme Court Justice Anthony Derrick approved the release of repeat sex offender ...  
Governments must address homelessness as suicide risk also rises

In the last few years, Western Australia’s eviction toll has increased but the political will to ...  
BOOK REVIEW: Finding My Place, by Anne Aly

Suresh Rajan reviews Anne Aly's 'Finding My Place', the inspiring autobiography of Australia's ...  
The sad truth behind Noongar suicides

Suicide prevention researcher Gerry Georgatos is calling for tailored support to the elevated risk ...  
Wheelchairs for Kids: Spreading a message of hope

The thousands of wheelchairs produced to aid children across the world are a sign of hope despite ...  
Three Coalition MPs caught out claiming endorsements they simply never received

What is it with rightwing politicians claiming endorsements they simply don’t have? Managing ...  
Maryam Berenji: Cities, community and the importance of public space

Public space is a fundamental ingredient in our cities because it is a platform where people can ...  
Unviable economics of nuclear power catches up with Cameco

Multinational uranium producer Cameco is battling a uranium downturn, the tax office, disintere ...  
One Nation candidates vent their outrage about WA, Ashby, Nagle and Hanson

After the WA election, candidates speak out about the chaos, bullying and scamming in the One ...  
WA election: The 'PH' factor and how the West was lost

A gutful of widespread rorting of the public purse and sneaky backroom deals equals the uncerem ...  
WA WA Land: Inside One Nation's Western Australian scampaign

One Nation's WA election campaign has all the hallmarks of a con, says Ross Jones.  
Renewable energy: It's not a jump to the left

Doctors for the Environment go in to bat for renewable energy as RenewWA's climate forums start ...  
Will Buru Energy's plan to frack the Kimberleys cost Barnett the election?

WA Labor's pre-election commitment to a public inquiry on fracking is gathering support after the ...  
WA housing bubble looks likely to burst

With the mining boom just a memory and residential housing values slipping in the West, the ...  
Density with intensity: Changing negative gearing will revive dead suburbs

While curbing negative gearing may ease house prices in the short term, in time suburbs will be ...  
Inquest into death of Ms Dhu in police custody exposes institutional racism

A terminally ill woman is gaoled for unpaid fines of $3,622 and, rather than receiving urgent ...  

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