Subiaco

Save Station St Markets campaigners take case to Subiaco council

Simon White A hard copy petition to save Subiaco's endangers Station Street markets now has close to 10,000 names on it according to organisers, who on Tuesday night took their case to the City of Subiaco...

Subiaco businesses targeted in counterfeit currency scam

Counterfeit cash

Candice Barnes Last month’s Western Derby not only brought the footy fans to Subiaco, but it seems it attracted criminals too, with local businesses reporting a surge in counterfeit 50 dollar notes passing...

Angry students take uni cuts fight to Julie Bishop's Subiaco office

Hundreds of students from across Australia will protest outside of Julie Bishop’s Rokeby Road electoral office.

Leanne Nicholson The Subiaco office of Federal Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop is to be the next target of rolling student protests against changes to Australia’s tertiary education system.

Police seek to identify group after Subiaco assault

Subiaco assault

Police have called for help to identify a group of men and women, who could assist in their investigation of an assault which left a 29-year-old man in a coma after he was punched in Subiaco on...

Troy Buswell fined, loses licence over Subiaco crashes

Troy Buswell

Liam Ducey Vasse MP Troy Buswell has been fined a total of $1300 and had his licence suspended for 12 months over a series of crashes in Subiaco that ultimately ended his ministerial career.

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Disgraced WA MP Troy Buswell quits politics

Troy Buswell

Brendan Foster Disgraced former West Australian treasurer Troy Buswell has quit politics, citing his ongoing mental health problems as the main reason.

Study shows growing gap between Perth's richest and poorest

A new study shows a growing income gap between Perth's richer and poorer suburbs.

Geoff Vivian A new survey shows the income gap between Perth’s richer and poorer suburbs is growing.

Veteran flasher jailed over decade of obscene acts

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Nicole Cox A serial flasher who exposed himself and committed obscene acts in front of women in their own homes for more than a decade has been jailed for more than two years.

Perth flasher victim disappointed with jail sentence

Nicole Cox A young woman who fell victim to a serial flasher has slammed the jail term handed to him, saying it pales in comparison to the emotional turmoil she and other victims have endured.

Station Street Markets development a fatal blow to stall owners

The Station St markets have become a fixture of the Subiaco markets but could become a thing of the past.

Liam Ducey Perth’s largest undercover markets may become a thing of the past, with owners of the Station Street Markets lodging an application for a four storey development with the Metropolitan...

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Buswell report was 'unhinged' according to WA Police Commissioner

Police Commissioner Karl O'Callaghan continues to be critical of report into the Buswell investigation.

Aleisha Orr Police Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan has again slammed the report that came out of the parliamentary inquiry into how officers dealt with the investigation of Troy Buswell’s late-night...

Two Liberals quit over Troy Buswell crash inquiry

Troy Buswell was forced to resign from his portfolio after the embarrassing crash.

Two Liberal members of a West Australian parliamentary committee have resigned after fierce criticism of an inquiry into the car crashes of fallen treasurer Troy Buswell.

'I wish Troy Buswell would just pay up': WA Premier Colin Barnett

Former treasurer Troy Buswell

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'.

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WA priest jailed for child sex offences

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A Catholic priest has been sentenced to three years in jail after admitting to indecently assaulting two young girls in the Perth parishes where he worked.

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Buswell to pay for car damage

Troy Buswell has agreed to pay for the damage.

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.

Subi markets make way for 16-storey tower

An artist's impression of how the development will look.

A new 16-storey development aims to help Subiaco’s regeneration as a thriving inner city suburb.

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Scrutiny for Troy Buswell over crash claim

Former treasurer Troy Buswell

The West Australian opposition is demanding to know why an insurance claim form for Troy Buswell's crashed ministerial car was submitted incomplete by a government bureaucrat.

Troy Buswell crash claim incomplete, not signed: FOI

Troy Buswell

Nicole Cox The WA opposition has demanded to know why disgraced former treasurer Troy Buswell failed to sign a RiskCover insurance claim form after crashing his government car in February.

Nothing untoward in Troy Buswell crash claim: Colin Barnett

Troy Buswell was found guilty of 11 traffic charges in April.

The West Australian Premier says there was nothing untoward about former treasurer Troy Buswell's insurance claim for his crashed ministerial car.

Troy Buswell could bear car damage bill

Former treasurer Troy Buswell could be forced to pay the bill for his late-night crash.

Disgraced former West Australian Treasurer Troy Buswell could be forced to pay the $14,700 damage bill for his crashed ministerial car, the Premier says

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