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Iconic Scarborough gets the go ahead

Following the rejection of an initial proposal late last year, the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority has given 3 Oceans Property the green light to progress its twin-tower mixed-use development on the corner of West Coast Highway and Scarborough Beach Road.

Fini adds to Freo sustainability

Several alternative approaches to tackling housing affordability are taking shape across Fremantle, with social enterprise Nightingale Housing one step closer to actualising its Wood Street project with its recent launch of presales.

Busselton shortlisted for Qantas academy

Busselton has been shortlisted with nine other regional cities nationwide as the potential home for the new Qantas pilot academy, weeks after the environmental watchdog recommended conditional approval for the operations of a $70 million upgrade at the Busselton-Margaret River Airport.

Perth surf park a step closer to $28m takeoff

A private Perth company led by former oil and gas executive Andrew Ross is close to realising its vision of building artificial wave parks across Australia.

Vasse Felix confirms Watershed purchase

Margaret River winery Vasse Felix is set to acquire the principal assets of Watershed Premium Wines, under a $20 million deal that allows Watershed’s cellar door and restaurant to continue operating under a two-year lease agreement.

Proteins lock down cancer cells

The Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research has found a new way to block the growth of cancer cells.

Labor’s by-election backlash

Despite the turnaround in the Darling Range by-election, the Liberals would do well not to get ahead of themselves.

Schools, industry engage on Stem

A public independent school in Armadale has become the first school in the state to trial a program that partners industry with education to encourage greater adoption of science, technology, engineering and maths subjects (Stem).

Miners pay tribute to John Langford

The mining community is mourning the loss of Diggers & Dealers director John Langford, who died suddenly last week.

Change a constant as city grows

Opinion: Sensible development is the only way forward for a city beset by urban sprawl such as Perth.

Govt suspends second live export licence

The federal government has suspended the licence of a subsidiary of embattled live exporter Emanuel Exports, after the sister company sought to ship 60,000 sheep left stranded following the initial suspension.