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Hot Dog and Chips for One ($10), Two ($19) or Four People ($35) at Awarded Missy Moos, Two Locations (Up to $86 Value)

A favourite with those who like to eat with their hands, savour a hot dog with a...

$10

Ella Baché Brazilian Wax + IPL Hair Removal Credit for One ($35) or Two People ($69), Two Locations (Up to $140 Value)

Ditch the fuzz for longer with a Brazilian wax at a choice of two Ella Baché sa...

$35

One-Hour Full Body Massage for One ($35) or Two People ($69) at Divine Persona, Gosnells (Up to $178 Value)

Target tension, stress and soreness with a one-hour full body massage for head t...

$35

$29 Style Cut, Wash, Blow-Dry, $59 with Half-Head Foils or $79 Full Head of Foils at Divine Persona (Up to $208 Value)

Follow the latest hair trends, with a fashionable cut and semi-permanent colour;...

$29

$29 LED Facial Rejuvenation Therapy or $49 for an Express Facial and Massage at Endless Beauty (Up to $105 Value)

Tackle blemishes, acne and a range of skin conditions with LED light therapy; op...

$29

$89 Tapas Plate and Bottle of Moët & Chandon For Two People at Award-Winning The Breakwater, Hillarys ($144 Value)

Treat your partner or friend to tapas with half-shell mussels, mature cheddar, g...

$89

Breakfast and Sparkling Wine for Two ($29), Four ($55), or Six People ($79) at Table 78, West Perth (Up to $162 Value)

Settle in for a warm meal in an heritage setting; enjoy the ambiance while dinin...

$29

30-Minute ATV Thrill Ride for One ($39) or Two People ($75) at Mr Xtreme Thrill Rides, Lancelin (Up to $120 Value)

Get some adrenaline-pumping action with a 30-minute ATV ride through the wild, r...

$39


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News

Economic downturn has Coalition worried by WA poll numbers

MPs blame WA's economic downturn and voters' dissatisfaction with their premier for polling which shows the Coalition could lose three seats in the state at the federal election.



Oswals launch $1.5b claim over Burrup Fertilisers sale

Indian tycoons Pankaj and Radhika Oswal sue the ANZ Bank and receivers for $1.5 billion over the sale of their Australian fertiliser business, arguing their share of the company was undersold.



Elderly woman forced to wait for broken leg surgery

A 90-year-old woman with Alzheimer's has had to wait for more than four days for an operation at Royal Perth Hospital on her broken leg.



Shire of Carnarvon commissions bullying investigation

The Shire of Carnarvon commissions an external industrial relations consultant to investigate allegations as many as three staff members have attempted or contemplated suicide due to work place bullying and harassment.



US war dead remembered in Perth Memorial Day

More than 100 people lay wreaths in Perth to mark Australia's only USA Memorial Day ceremony, in an effort to remember America's war dead.



Data research improves beef quality

Denmark farmers takes homes six awards at Gate 2 Plate challenge.