Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne claims independent public schools are improving student outcomes in Western Australia.
WA Minister Troy Buswell claims implementing a series of measures to increase safety for swimmers and surfers in Western Australia "does not represent what you would call a culling" of sharks.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten says Tony Abbott and Christopher Pyne are to blame for WA's Barnett Government cutting $183 million claims education and axing 360 teachers and 350 teachers' aides and support staff.
Excess body mass causes significant personal, health care, and societal costs. This research finds that if population levels of overweight and obesity continue to climb, it is projected that the cost to the WA health system will increase by 80 per cent in the decade...
Business licensing in Western Australia is varied and far-reaching, for example covering driving, teacher registration, kangaroo shooting and cat breeding. To improve the current licensing schemes, this inquiry sought to identify the reasons why reform can be difficult for agencies and legislators, and proposes ways...
Rehabilitating land following mining is a major and growing issue for Western Australia, with around 2.5 million hectares of land currently under an active mining lease. This project collected and analysed publicly available information on the conditions for mine site rehabilitation in Western Australia.
The speed and scale of rooftop solar uptake presents serious risks to Western Australia's current power system. The Western Australian government has developed this Distributed Energy Resources roadmap that aims to enable WA to have a smart and integrated electricity system.
The Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services (KAMS) COVID-19 Toolkit has been developed to assist KAMS remote clinics, Kimberley Renal Services and Headspace Broome in planning and responding to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
This report focuses on Indigenous injury deaths and their causes that occurred over a 5-year period (2011–12 to 2015–16). The report also examines long-term trends in injury deaths over a 15-year period.
This article by Tracy Westerman is feedback for the WA Government's response to the Inquiry examining the suicide of 13 Aboriginal children in the Kimberley.