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Cockburn to the South West: Debate swells over WA's port possibilities
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Cockburn to the South West: Debate swells over WA's port possibilities

Eight options for the future of WA's ports have been identified, but it is the proposal to expand the outer harbour at Kwinana which has stirred the most commotion. In part two of our look at the future of WA's ports, WAtoday dives into the debate.

  • by Cameron Myles

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Growing pains: Why the future of Fremantle Port has been pulled sharply into focus
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Growing pains: Why the future of Fremantle Port has been pulled sharply into focus

The question has swirled around Perth’s coast for decades and will dictate billions in government spending in years to come. But just how long has Fremantle Port got left before it hits capacity?

  • by Cameron Myles
'Conditioned to lying': how Mormon sexual questioning is 'child abuse'
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'Conditioned to lying': how Mormon sexual questioning is 'child abuse'

Mormon Brad Harker was 40 before he could come out as gay. He says he was ‘’shamed’’ by the church and subject to explicit sexual questioning from a young age.

  • by Ben Schneiders
NSW SES Commissioner resigns following complaints
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NSW SES Commissioner resigns following complaints

Commissioner Mark Smethurst resigned following allegations of misconduct.

  • by Rachel Clun
Sharks and snark circle Infinity as businessman tackles troubled waters
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Sharks and snark circle Infinity as businessman tackles troubled waters

Graeme Holm has experienced a stellar rise in business, rubbing shoulders with associates in high places. A Herald investigation into complaints against his company has discovered a series of aggrieved former clients.

  • by Carrie Fellner
Cormann had 'no idea' a travel company had given him a free trip
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Cormann had 'no idea' a travel company had given him a free trip

The Finance minister was booked as "staff and family" by the travel company Helloworld around the time it won an unrelated billion-dollar contract.

  • by Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker
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Wage strife at Ezard eateries
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Wage strife at Ezard eateries

Award-winning chef Teage Ezard's high-end business is significantly underpaying permanent staff.

  • by Ben Schneiders
'Anoint me with oil': How evangelical pastor Neil Thomas preyed on his flock
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'Anoint me with oil': How evangelical pastor Neil Thomas preyed on his flock

Evangelical churches tend to deal with their dirty secrets in-house. But the women of one predatory charismatic pastor are speaking out, and seeking help.

  • by Farrah Tomazin and Cameron Houston
'A man of many dimensions': the big Chinese donor now in Canberra's sights
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'A man of many dimensions': the big Chinese donor now in Canberra's sights

How one of Australia's biggest and most influential political donors, Huang Xiangmo, fell spectacularly from grace.

  • by Nick McKenzie and Chris Uhlmann
Penny-pinching, raking in huge fees: public trustees under scrutiny
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Penny-pinching, raking in huge fees: public trustees under scrutiny

The case of Steven Colley is only too familiar for thousands of people who are, or whose loved ones are, under financial management orders.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
'No lessons learned' from payroll disaster, Queensland Health was warned
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'No lessons learned' from payroll disaster, Queensland Health was warned

A Queensland Health manager requested a consultant modify a report warning of serious issues in hospital electronic medical records, leaked documents reveal.

  • by Lucy Stone