BREAKING: Phase 5 Has Been Delayed Till 1st, August.

WA Premier Mark McGowan announced the delay of Phase 5 restrictions, warning the real risks of Covid-19 virus returning to the state. This means that the Phase 5 will not be implemented until the 1st, August, 2020. The Chief Health Officer Andrew Robertson says “the health of Western Australians is his number one concern.” He…

EXCLUSIVE: Young Nation begins One Nation’s new youth voice

Click here to watch the full report on WAMN News A young One Nation candidate is hoping to give more of WA’s youth a voice through the party’s new youth branch, while confident of making his mark in next year’s State election. Tyler Walsh is planning to stand for greater youth representation through the developing…

Telethon and Perth Children’s Hospital partnering on COVID research

Telethon kid’s institute is partnering with Perth Children’s hospital to conduct critical research into the impact of COVID-19 on children. Although researchers around the globe have been working tirelessly to understand the disease since it appeared, there is still a great deal that scientists do not know about the virus. Children experience much milder symptoms…

WA COVID-19 recovery boosted with $57m TAFE and training sector package

A comprehensive package is set to boost WA’s TAFE and training sector in a bid to help the state’s recovery from COVID-19. The McGowan Government will allocate $57 million for the package, announced on Thursday, which it said will align with WA’s immediate economic needs following the coronavirus pandemic. Under the package, $25 million will…

Puppy taken from home reunited with owners

A puppy has been reunited with its owners after it was taken from its Huntingdale home. WA Police officers from Armadale Police Station recovered the six-month-old English Staffordshire pup and brought it home to its family. The puppy was taken from a street in Huntingdale on Tuesday at around 11am. Armadale Police acted on information…

WA elective surgeries to be cleared under $36 million blitz

WA will invest in blitzing its elective surgery backlog, with a $36 million boost to clear extra procedures as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The funding will enable 5,800 more elective surgery procedures in a bid to return the waitlist to pre-COVID levels in 2021. Under the plan, WA health service providers will clear…

Aged care facility gives back to community with pre-demolition donations

Charities are set to benefit from a Warwick aged care facility’s decision to give away its furniture as it gives back to the community, ahead of its demolition. Bethanie’s Warwick Aged Care Home is contributing to organisations supporting the less fortunate, donating a range of items that have been used in the facility. The not-for-profit…

WA Labor responsible for decline in social housing: Tincknell

WA’s One Nation Party has claimed the McGowan Government is not looking after the state’s vulnerable people, with a drop in social housing since WA Labor formed government. The party said there was a serious decline in the number and standard of social housing stock in WA, despite the government providing figures that indicated Western…