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But the saga is far from over. Western Australian authorities are investigating how an alleged violent offender and former Richmond recruit managed to assume a false identity before escaping from custody in Perth. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has denied pulling out of the Clive Palmer border challenge because he feared a backlash from West Australian voters. But Premier Mark McGowan says he knows the true reason.
Call me selfish, but I would prefer to keep living without coronavirus if possible and do it with far more lenient restrictions than over East, which is not so free. While it is impossible to say how the ruling will play out in the High Court, the signs are good for WA. Clive Palmer should listen to the McGowan Government and dump his bid. Mining billionaire Clive Palmer has officially launched defamation proceedings against the Premier in the Federal Court. Peter Law State Political Editor. Specialist eastern states workers may be granted exemptions to fly in for the Perth Royal Show and even be allowed to skip quarantine, but WA Premier Mark McGowan says there would be boxes to tick. With the overwhelming majority of West Australians keen to keep the border closed and annoyed with ScoMo and co. Lanai Scarr Federal Political Editor. Close navigation menu Subscribe Log In. Today's Paper.
Page Content. Joint media statement - Preferred contractor named for job-creating Bussell Highway duplication. Regional road safety works across the South-West now underway. Funding to revitalise Pilbara training and meet industry demand. Multimillion-dollar investment in Pilbara school upgrades improves education for local students. Building for Tomorrow program a key feature of economic recovery. Hillarys Boat Harbour jetty works to help in recovery journey. Joint media statement - Ground-breaking milestone on Stephenson Avenue Extension. Regional aviation continues on the flight path to recovery. Premier pays tribute to member for Kimberley Josie Farrer.