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From $9 for $20 to Spend on Quality Homemade Food at FoodByUs – Delivery Available

Spend up to $50 on fresh locally-made food through FoodByUs; choose from 1000’...


All-You-Can-Eat Seafood + Wine for One ($65), Two ($129) or Six ($369) at Montereys At Pan Pacific (Up to $534 Value)

Dine on a selection of Australian seafood as well as soup, fresh salads, pasta, ...


1-Day Indoor Climbing Pass for Two People ($22), or 5-Day Pass for One Person ($59) at Rockface (Up to $125 Value)

Experience Perth’s largest climbing gym with changing routes for variety; targ...


$3 to Waive Delivery Fee for First Four UberEATS Orders - New Users Only

New users of the UberEATS app can receive the first four orders liberated from t...


NBN or ADSL2+ Broadband: 20% Off 12 Months ($2) or 30% Off 3 and 6 Months ($3) from Tellnet

Customers receive 20% or 30% off up to 12 months on a range of NBN or ADSL2+ bro...


$199 for Semi-Permanent Brow Feathering  Microblading at Rihannas Beauty Touch, Morley (Up to $600 Value)

Add symmetry and definition to brows while framing facial features with a cosmet...


Swan River High Tea Eco Cruise + Champagne for One ($49) or Six People ($294) from Perth VIP Cruises (Up to $570 Value)

Experience a Sunday afternoon cruise on board a 25m catamaran; includes Champagn...


Full Set of Eyelash Extensions ($49) or Russian 3D Eyelash Extensions ($69) at Love Yourself Beauty (Up to $150 Value)

Forget about curling the lashes or applying mascara every morning with a full se...



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Johnson destroys Stars, as Scorchers win through to BBL final

Mitchell Johnson produces the staggering figures of 3-3 in a devastating display of fast bowling to help Perth Scorchers defeat Melbourne Stars by seven wickets and earn a place in the Big Bash League final.

Geraldton shark net election promise met with surprise

A Liberal Party election vow to erect a shark net at a popular regional beach in Western Australia is met with surprise by locals and described as "pork barrelling" by a political commentator.

Boy dies after being hit by vehicle in WA's Kimberley

A four-year-old boy dies after being struck by a car in the West Australian town of Derby, with police launching an investigation.

Brendon Grylls wants subsidy for billion-dollar Balla Balla iron ore project

WA National Party Leader Brendon Grylls says the Balla Balla iron ore project should be entitled to royalty discounts if it uses a residential workforce.

'An act of betrayal': City divided over Australia Day cancellation

The port city of Fremantle is set to effectively become a litmus test for the #changethedate movement when the local council holds its "culturally inclusive" alternative celebration to Australia Day two days later.

Dispute over WA's debt dilemma takes election centre stage

Shadow treasurer Ben Wyatt concedes WA Labor does not have a silver bullet solution to the state's debt problem, amid accusations from Premier Colin Barnett that it has no plan to reduce borrowings.