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Maximising Aboriginal employment on Dampier Peninsula
McGowan Government Approves Border Pass for Additional Overseas Crew Amid Heightened COVID Fears on WA’s Maritime
Inaugural Pilbara direct maritime freight service begins
Can a mining state be pro-heritage? Vital steps to avoid another Juukan Gorge
Apply now for next round of regional events funding
Aboriginal Ranger Program Round Three recipients announced
Aboriginal communities taking charge of their emergency services
Dinosaurs, ancient megafauna and giant marine life unveiled
Conditional support for job-creating gas manufacturing project
Aboriginal communities to receive $38.9 million water service upgrades
First Aboriginal cultural sites discovered underwater 50,000 years later
Government seeks developer for former Kimberley pastoral station
Three UWA projects receive $3.1 million in national research funding
Broome Aboriginal Rangers and conservationists protecting endangered Kimberley ecosystems from bushfires lands
Push to create international LNG fuelling hub in Pilbara
Additions to resource industry underwater robots can boost ocean discoveries
Drug charges at Beenleigh
Murujuga World Heritage listing one step closer
Funding for studies to kick-start hydrogen industry
Critical upgrade to Pilbara power infrastructure to commence
Have your say on WA’s first Women’s Plan
Final hurdle cleared for direct maritime freight services into Pilbara
Infrastructure boost for Dampier Peninsula
Multimillion dollar support for Western Australia’s screen industry
$11.95 million for Broome’s job-boosting Chinatown development
Hydraulic fracturing remains banned on 98 per cent of WA
Resources Sector Award winners changing status quo
Broome-Cape Leveque Road project on track for 2021
Dinosaur tracks muse for acclaimed French artist
Land added to Murujuga National Park as plan to recognise ancient culture progresses
New agreement to preserve, protect and study WA rock art
Cruise industry heavyweights sail in to WA for WA Cruise Exchange
Successful rollout of AutoHaul positions WA as global rail technology leader
McGowan Government congratulates Rio Tinto on AutoHaul
Revitalised Chinatown officially opened
New chairperson to lead Pilbara Ports Authority
Broome’s Roebuck Bay Lookout officially opens
Pilbara ship engraving may depict British ship Mermaid in 1818
McGowan Government’s strong investment in Kimberley continues
Screen Australia announces over $1.6 million for new documentary projects
Four juveniles arrested relating to incidents in Broome
Tenders invited for Murujuga monitoring
Red Cross urges locals to prepare for Tropical Cyclone Veronica
Police charge man over Warrane firearms incident
American whalers left rock engravings in Pilbara in 1840s
First steps towards direct maritime freight to the Pilbara
New strategy to protect Pilbara rock art
WEATHER UPDATE: Tropical cyclone Riley and developing tropical low in the Gulf