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    Water Corp legal win warns builders

    The Water Corporation has heralded its successful prosecution over an illegal building development in the city as a reminder to the building industry to ensure that planning for the provision of water services must be approved before building starts. ...
    Water Corp legal win warns builders

    Rudd pledges $632m to boost GPs

    Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has today unveiled a $632 million commitment to boost the number of training places for doctors and specialists, as part of the federal government's push for reforms in the sector. ...
    Rudd pledges $632m to boost GPs

    WA's first electric car trial begins

    The state government has launched Western Australia's first large-scale electric vehicle trial with 10 electric cars to be trialled for two years by government departments, local government authorities and private sector organisations. ...
    WA's first electric car trial begins

    Buswell asks for extra funds

    Treasurer Troy Buswell today said he was seeking a $680 million increase in the Treasurer's Advance to cover higher spending commitments. ...
    Buswell asks for extra funds

    New portfolios for McGowan, Talbot

    The state opposition has today announced additional roles for some members of the shadow cabinet following Labor MP Alannah MacTiernan's departure to federal politics. ...
    New portfolios for McGowan, Talbot

    WA gets Danny Green fight for $185,000

    Danny Green is bringing his world boxing title defence against Manny Siaca from Sydney to his hometown of Perth after the Western Australian government agreed to provide backing to the tune of $185,000. ...
    WA gets Danny Green fight for $185,000

    Mining to double, boom beyond 15yrs: RBA

    The central bank says Australia is experiencing a surge in mining activity driven by commodities demand from China and India that could last more than 15 years and expects the mining industry to double in size over the next few years. ...
    Mining to double, boom beyond 15yrs: RBA

    State to close WA's trade office in US

    The opposition is calling on Premier Colin Barnett to explain why the state government is closing down Western Australia's trade office in the US, months before he is due to go on an official visit to the country. ...
    State to close WA's trade office in US

    State injects $25m into Keystart loans

    The state government will inject $25 million into its low-cost home loans operated by Keystart as part of a major overhaul of the system under the Housing 2020 reform agenda. ...
    State injects $25m into Keystart loans

    Councils reject amalgamation focus

    The Western Australia Local Government Association has requested an urgent meeting with the state government over its "rigid" amalgamation plans, as more than 100 councils reaffirmed a vote of no confidence in the planned reform process. ...
    Councils reject amalgamation focus

    Planning commission culls 13 committees

    The Western Australian Planning Commission has culled 13 of its committees as part of the state government's plan to reduce and streamline public sector committees. ...
    Planning commission culls 13 committees

    Local council amalgamation on track

    The state government has reaffirmed its committment to introduce local government reform in Western Australia suggesting the process of reform was on course and progressing well. ...
    Local council amalgamation on track

    Govt signs $42m Newman land deal

    The state government has signed a $42 million deal with a property development consortium to develop a 10-hectare site in Newman for urgently needed residential and short-term tourism accommodation in the Pilbara. ...
    Govt signs $42m Newman land deal

    Kimberley Planning Committee named

    The state government has approved the appointment of members to the new Kimberley Regional Planning Committee which it said would play a vital role in developing regional priorities and policy settings for the region. ...
    Kimberley Planning Committee named

    Public, private sector applaud RBA

    Housing groups and mortgage brokers have been joined by the federal government in welcoming the central bank's decision to leave the official interest rate unchanged, the former saying it is an opportunity to see the effect of previous increases. ...
    Public, private sector applaud RBA

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