THE South West is WA’s most diverse regional economy. The region’s wealth of attractions, including national parks, forests, beaches and wineries, make it the most popular regional tourist destination for local, interstate and overseas visitors.
WA’S fast-growing aluminium fast ferry industry has drawn a major international firm to Perth.And other international companies are showing interest in the works of shipbuilders such as Austal Ships and WaveMaster International.
A GRUELLING five-day process has turned out a series of visions for the future of Perth.On April 9 three teams of architects, town planners, landscape architects and urban designers undertook a brainstorming session.
COUNCIL has bent the rules to get a multi million dollar development off the ground at 131-137 Adelaide Terrace.Apparently the development is to be conducted by the Fini Group, which Lord Mayor Peter Nattrass said had done a lot for the city.
PERTH’S last free to air television service Channel 31 has had its launch date pushed back by a worldwide shortage of technical parts.It is now likely the community access station will start broadcasting in June.
CONSTRUCTION worth more than $120 million is underway or planned in Joondalup. Lands Minister Doug Shave said a LandCorp review found projects worth $38 million were underway, $82 million were planned and $25 million were recently completed.