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Going Their Own Way: Western Australia’s Asia Strategy
December 06, 2019

Going Their Own Way: Western Australia’s Asia Strategy

By Adil Cader
An Australian state government has launched a comprehensive strategy for engagement with Asian nations.

A Failed Faustian Pact: Western Australia’s Liberal Party Slips in Elections
March 14, 2017

A Failed Faustian Pact: Western Australia’s Liberal Party Slips in Elections

By Grant Wyeth
The WA Liberal Party abandoned its pact with the National Party to make a deal with One Nation. It backfired.
Economic Outlook for Western Australia ‘Difficult But Not Dour’
September 23, 2016

Economic Outlook for Western Australia ‘Difficult But Not Dour’

By Helen Clark
Is this the end of the WA mining boom or just an overcorrection?

Abbott Confuses on Indigenous Australians
March 15, 2015

Abbott Confuses on Indigenous Australians

By Helen Clark
The PM has been a staunch supporter of Indigenous rights. That makes his recent remarks all the more baffling.

Earth’s Crust Is 4.4 Billion Years Old, According to Australian Crystals
February 26, 2014

Earth’s Crust Is 4.4 Billion Years Old, According to Australian Crystals

By J.T. Quigley
Zircon found on a Western Australia sheep farm may be the oldest piece of our planet.

Sharks “Tweet” Their Location to Aussie Beachgoers
December 27, 2013

Sharks “Tweet” Their Location to Aussie Beachgoers

By J.T. Quigley
More than 320 GPS-tagged sharks trigger Twitter posts if they swim too close to the coast.

Western Australia’s Energy Boom: Built to Last?
April 02, 2013

Western Australia’s Energy Boom: Built to Last?

With China’s slowdown, environmental concerns and the cyclical nature of the resource and energy industry, can the boom in the “wild west” endure?

As Australia's Economy Cools, Will Voters Seek a Change?
March 12, 2013

As Australia's Economy Cools, Will Voters Seek a Change?

While Australia’s economy continues to grow, challenges remain. Can Julia Gillard hold on to power?

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