Police seeking dash cam footage after hatchback hot pursuit

Police are calling for the public to assist them with their enquiries after a high speed chase involving a blue Mazda hatchback through the suburbs south of Perth. When police activated their lights and sirens to stop the car around noon on Shenton Avenue in Joondalup, the vehicle performed a u-turn and accelerated onto the…

Super Storm To Approach WA This Sunday

The Bureau Of Meteorology WA has forecast a major storm to hit Perth this Sunday, as a low pressure system interacts with a cold front near the South West of WA. It’s expected the weather system to impact large parts of WA’s coast during this weekend, with strong winds and heavy rain expected on Sunday…

FIFO workers’ WA move encouraged by Premier

WA’s hospitals are officially COVID free today as Premier Mark McGowan says that the last COVID-19 patient in ICU has tested negative to the virus. Overnight, no new cases of coronavirus appeared in the state. As of today, 63000 tests have been taken in the state, and 11000 of them have been done in regional…

Kwinana Council Outline Its Facilities Reopening Schedule

The City Of Kwinana has announced the reopening of some of it services next Monday (18th, May, 2020), following the state government’s steps to ease restrictions around the coronavirus. Kwinana has already reopened the council’s customer service area, and from Monday onwards, the Recquatic centre will be available for the community. Recreational classes such as…

WA Will Be Back To School Next Monday

The State Government has announced that Western Australia will return to mandatory school attendance next Monday (18th, May, 2020). The decision was made after the government consulted with stakeholders, and reviewed its health advice and current arrangements. Under the decision, school operations will return to normal next Monday, students who are deemed medically vulnerable can…

EXCLUSIVE: Nurses under-supported in trend that comes from the top

Nurses bearing the brunt of the coronavirus crisis spoke out last week about the poor communication and lack of training for the industry. Political Expert Dr. Ian Cook believes the problem comes from the top. His comment comes after WAMN News published and broadcasted an exclusive interview with Claire Murphy, a registered nurse for 26…

EXCLUSIVE: Confusion, unclear communication and no unified voice hit WA nurses in COVID-19

WA’s nurses are beset by confusion, unclear communication and a lack of a unified voice during the Coronavirus crisis, with a WA nurse calling for solutions for the industry. Nurses have been affected by a lack of leadership, limited training while casual and unemployed nurses struggle, wanting answers including a “global message,” open transparency, and…

No Fines Or Move On Notice In Perth Beaches

WA Police have complemented members of the public who’ve attended Perth beaches after no fines, or move on notices were issued so far. A spokesperson from the force says majority of public have stuck with appropriate social distancing rules, which was helped by members of the community who decided to remain at home to avoid…

$1000 Fine Announced As Police Launches Quarantine Enforcement Group

In a drastic move to contain the spread of Covid-19 in Western Australia, the McGowan Government has assembled a 200 officers enforcement group to ensure the compliance of quarantine orders. The group’s task is to make sure those who’ve been directed to self-isolate 14 days to comply with the order, and enforce gathering bans during…

WA Heritage Listed Buildings Restored As Part Of The New Museum Project.

Five heritage listed buildings in Perth have been revitalized with architecture features repurposed and reinstated to serve Western Australians. The five buildings which are located at the New Museum site including the ex-Perth Gaol (1855-56), the Jubilee Building (built in 1899), Geologist Building (built in 1902), Beaufort Street Building (built in 1908), and Hackett Hall…