The federal cash splash and the latest news on WA’s COVID-19 cases will be part of a press briefing with Premier Mark McGowan at 8.30am.
- by Daile Cross
‘All went in a flash’: Grieving father faces old age alone after serial drink-driver steals two lives
A serial drink-driver was given one of WA’s harshest sentences over the accidental slaying of two 27-year-old women on Perth’s roads in May last year, but wasn’t barred from driving ever again.
- by Aja Styles
The family of a father-of-three who was killed on a notoriously dangerous road in Perth’s north remembers their loved one as a “wonderful man” whose loss has caused their most painful grief.
Commuters coming from Perth’s north-east can expect delays as a large sinkhole on one of the main arteries into the city has been closed in both directions as traffic is starting to swell.
- by Fran Rimrod
The WA and federal governments will plough on with three road and rail projects worth a combined $1.067 billion despite the costs exceeding the expected community benefits.
- by Peter de Kruijff
Under the plan, the maximum price a passenger would pay for a standard trip would be $4.90, or $4.40 if using the standard Smartrider, and $3.90 for the Smartrider auto-reload.
Trains have been cancelled on Thursday morning after a train crashed into a car in Maddington. Luckily nobody was injured.
- by Fran Rimrod and Marta Pascual Juanola
Clean State's plan includes massive increases in bike infrastructure, a locally-built trackless tram network and pivoting WA's diesel bus manufacturing facility in Malaga into an electric bus maker.
- by Hamish Hastie
Tough new penalties to stop drivers using their mobile phones come into effect on September 1.
- by Nathan Hondros
The Main Roads data is in and those travelling Kwinana Freeway to the CBD may have found themselves surprisingly early for work.
- by Aja Styles