BREAKING: 1 new case confirmed in WA before national cabinet

WATCH THE CONFERENCE LIVE ON WAMN NEWS FACEBOOK PAGE. WA Premier Mark McGowan held a press conference just before the national cabinet meeting this morning, he says building a Covid19 safe economy is important. Following the national cabinet meeting, states and territories will work out a plan on easing their own restrictions. It’s understood that a…

‘Stage 1’ Measures In Place But Schools Won’t Close

Premier Mark McGowan announced the implementation of “stage 1” measures during a morning press conference, but schools will remain open following a decision by the national cabinet. Under the new measures after this morning’s State Disaster Council meeting, Stage 1 restrictions of social gatherings came into effect at 12pm today (23rd, March, 2020) The Government…

Fourth Coronavirus Case Hits WA

Western Australia confirmed its fourth Coronavirus case this morning, with the information revealed before the daily press conference which was held this afternoon. A woman in her 70s tested positive after returning to WA on Thursday from Cuba with a stop in London. There are concerns of infection, after she attended the WA Symphony Orchestra…

1988 State Cabinet Records released on WA Day

Over this Western Australia Day long weekend, the State Records office will release public State Cabinet records from 1988. Each year these records are released for public viewing, and online guides are available to assist in accessing these records. Culture and Arts Minister, David Templeman, said the annual guide to State Cabinet records provide an…

Premier McGowan shares fond memories of the late Bob Hawke

Following yesterday’s news of former Prime Minister Bob Hawke’s passing, Labor MPs are remembering him as a not only a great leader, but also a great Australia. Premier, Mark McGowan, said he was a unique political figure combining popularity with compassion, kindness and economic reform. “As our 23rd Prime Minister, he reformed our country in…

State Government Rethinking Its Contract With Huawei

By Vesh Arumugam WA government is rethinking if it would continue its contract with China’s giant tech Huawei to maintain to build and maintain a new digital 4G radio network for the Perth train system, after some sensational releases by the United States Justice Department last week. The allegations are Huawei has been allegedly defrauding banks…

Police survey reveals officers let down by the State Government

Worrying details regarding the morale of Western Australian police has been highlighted in a recent survey. The WA Police Union survey gave detailed insight into how a number Police officers feel let down by the McGowan Government. “Police officers are saying very clearly they don’t trust this government, and they’re saying that the government doesn’t…

Surf Life Saving WA Patrols and Shark Mitigation Commitments

With the first day of Spring commencing tomorrow, West Australian’s will soon be flocking to the beaches making good use of our beautiful weather. Surf Life Saving WA will begin beach patrols again, with assistance from the state funded Westpac Rescue Helicopter, keeping an eye out for sharks, rips and other dangerous ocean risks. “I…