Nicole Cox Premier Colin Barnett has aired his frustration at the ongoing Troy Buswell crash saga, saying he wished the disgraced politician would just 'pay up'.
The West Australian Premier says there was nothing untoward about former treasurer Troy Buswell's insurance claim for his crashed ministerial car.
West Australian Premier Colin Barnett says he would have preferred to see state members of parliament receive a lower pay rise than they were granted last week.
Darren Brown It’s not uncommon to hear passionate political pub talk that includes phrases like “that bloody Premier X” or “I can’t wait to vote out Minister Y”.
West Australian Premier Colin Barnett has not ruled out the possibility of disgraced former treasurer Troy Buswell returning to his cabinet, but says it will not happen in the "medium term".
West Australian Premier Colin Barnett has again dismissed retirement rumours, insisting he will continue as the Liberal leader until the public and his party decide otherwise.
Under-fire West Australian Premier Colin Barnett says nothing will change his mind about the state's controversial catch-and-kill shark policy, despite vociferous public opposition.
Michael Hopkin Colin Barnett has been accused of lying to voters in the run-up to the state election, after backflipping on a pre-election promise not to force local councils to merge.
Changes to the way the Western Australian government deals with sharks that lurk in popular swimming and surfing areas will be unveiled next week.
Jillian McHugh A young busker got his tip of the day when Premier Colin Barnett paid him $10 to "be quiet".
Michael Hopkin Premier Colin Barnett has refused calls to sack Treasurer and Transport Minister Troy Buswell over more allegations of ministerial misconduct.
An asylum seeker boat that sailed near an oil and gas platform off Dampier last week is believed to have actually tied up to it, West Australian Premier Colin Barnett says.
Western Australia's Premier Colin Barnett has again warned of a "very tight" budget for Australia's economic golden child, as pressure comes from federal Defence Minister Stephen Smith to spend money...
Former Treasurer Troy Buswell has said he will pay for the damage he caused when he crashed his government car into several other vehicles while driving home from a wedding.
The West Australian government is having difficulty securing a new head of the corruption watchdog and will likely broaden the criteria for the role.
Leanne Nicholson A former Cottesloe mayor has warned the fight against high-rise development has not finished despite the state goernment announcing its final plans to "revitalise" the beachside suburb.
Aleisha Orr Giants will walk the streets of Perth next year as part of the national Anzac Centenary commemorations.
Aleisha Orr All seven Western Australian victims of the MH17 tragedy have now been identified.
The repeal of the carbon tax is a win for West Australian households, which should enjoy eight per cent lower electricity prices and a four per cent fall in gas prices, the state government says.
Details of the design of Perth’s new stadium have been revealed, and cup holders are part of the plan.