If you only get time to tune in for the result of one seat on election night, tune in for Dawesville, because it will tell the story of Saturday’s State election, writes Joe Spagnolo.
Defence Minister Linda Reynolds is extending her medical leave, meaning she will miss Senate estimates where Labor had planned to grill her on her handling of Brittany Higgins’ rape allegations.
Labor's home affairs spokeswoman has questioned whether Christian Porter is fit to be attorney general when he returns from sick leave.
Premier Mark McGowan has promised a $36 million expansion of the nursing graduate program if re-elected.
Defence Minister Linda has extended her sick leave until April 2, missing the next sitting weeks of parliament, drawing an angry response from Labor.
Linda Reynolds is in talks with Brittany Higgins’ legal team after she issued an apology for calling her a “lying cow”.
Jessica McSweeney, Katy Hall, Merryn Johns
Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe gets the opportunity to give his view on last week's extremely strong growth figures.
Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics and Business Correspondent
Defence Minister Linda Reynolds has extended her leave as a review of the culture in the federal parliament, which was sparked by the alleged rape of former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins, begins.
A raffle for discount holiday vouchers could be rolled out to other areas if it helps boost tourism business in Queensland's far north.
The US Senate has passed President Joe Biden's $US1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill after a round-the-clock marathon of debate and negotiation.
Women are tired. Tired of systemic barriers, harassment and unconscious bias. Amid all this exhaustion it’s humbling to remember the women who walked so we could run — like Edith Cowan.
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
The WA Liberal leader has called for a review of the WA Government’s Ministerial Code of Conduct, following claims of bullying and harassment from a former staffer who worked for the Deputy Premier.
Joe Spagnolo and John Flint
Among the luminaries at Hale School, one boy was always expected to shine the brightest. Good looking and fast talking, success and power were seen as his birthright. He was Christian Porter.
Women MPs are making great strides but there is still a long way to go before the balance of power between the sexes is equal. Here, seven women in WA politics talk about their hopes for the future.
Premier Mark McGowan has outlined where his focus will lie if he is re-elected next Saturday – which will include restoring traditional Anzac Day services in WA.
Premier Mark McGowan might have spent his time being entertained by the giraffes, but it’s the lives of Perth’s orangutans which is about to get better if he wins the election next week.
Crown prosecutors want to call evidence from a prisoner locked up on the island of Jersey in their case against five men accused of trying to smuggle almost a tonne of cocaine, MDMA and meth into WA.
Shannon Hampton & Phil Hickey
Eleven Hong Kong pro-democracy activists accused of subversion must wait at least another five days to find out whether they will be released on bail.
It's likely a review into workplace culture at Parliament House will expose more staffer allegations of wrongdoing, Labor Senator Katy Gallagher says.
Locally made doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine will be available in Australia from March 22, enabling a step-up of the country's vaccination effort.
Angelo Risso and Rebecca Gredley
Health Minister Roger Cook has denied there is a toxic environment in his electoral and ministerial offices as well as claims he ‘unfairly’ sacked long time staffer Sanja Spasojevic.
Joe Spagnolo, John Flint and Claire Ottaviano
Senate Democrats have struck a deal over emergency jobless benefits, breaking a logjam that had stalled President Joe Biden's massive COVID-19 relief bill.
Makini Brice and David Morgan
Premier Mark McGowan's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to be a dominant factor when West Australians go to the polls on March 13.
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