Hunters kept from lagoon

BOOL Lagoon will once again be closed to hunters, while the rest of the state will see restrictions on the number of duck and quails they […]

Carer pay extended

FAMILY-BASED carers can now access carer payments for young people up to the age of 21, providing greater stability and opportunities for them to thrive and […]

Fibre optic network planned for schools

ALMOST every government school in the state will have a high-speed, fibre optic internet connection by mid-2020 under a landmark contract between the State Government and Telstra worth[…]

Farmer aid delivered

THE State Government’s Family and Business (FaB) Support mentors program joined forces with the Australian Lions Foundation to deliver $100,000 worth of financial aid to drought-affected[…]

Donut tradition to continue

A BEACHPORT culinary tradition will continue into a 34th year after State Government legislation looked set to end the central location of the foreshore hot doughnut […]

Trading rules confusion

MILLICENT IGA workers have urged the State Government to release guidelines on the inclusions of the 400 square metre floor space ratio. Their plea follows Treasurer […]

Fisherman guides policy

LOCAL cray fisherman Joel Redman has been appointed to the state’s new Fisheries Reform Advisory Committee, which will guide development of a reform package for the […]

Trade advice sought

THE State Government has sought legal advice about interpretations of the Shop Trading Hours Act as speculation grows it may take action to challenge whether Millicent […]