Wheatbelt town turns into winter wonderland

THE normally rain-challenged iron ore mining town of Koolyanobbing turned into a winter wonderland in the early hours of this morning, as a freak hailstorm ripped through the eastern Wheatbelt. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2q89GuU

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How motorcyclists get away with fines

THOUSANDS of motorcyclists are getting away with speeding in Western Australia because police cameras can’t identify number plates or riders wearing helmets. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2pA9lze

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Supporters: ‘we need Roe 8’

PROTESTERS have gathered outside the West Australian parliament demanding the abandoned Perth Freight Link proceed, following a commitment from the federal government to provide funding. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2r31taB

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CFMEU handed hefty fines for rally

The CFMEU and seven of its senior officials have been handed hefty fines for three contraventions of the Fair Work Act at the site of the new Perth Children’s Hospital. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2qWaohF

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Illegal workers ‘crammed into houses’

THE trial of two Vietnamese brothers accused of running an illegal labour-hire workforce at farms and market gardens in Perth has heard the employees endured cramped, unsanitary and stifling conditions. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2pC01vL

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Energy crisis a scandal: Howard

FORMER PM John Howard says Australia’s greatest immediate policy challenge was barely mentioned in the federal budget – the looming energy crisis. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2qVtuEL

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