Twiggy Forrest increases WA land holdings after Ben Wyatt ticks off transfer of historic cattle stations
Traditional owners had tried to hold up the deal and there was further scrutiny by the minister over how much pastoral land the Forrest family could hold.
- by Peter de Kruijff
A figurative dying breed and names for the next baby-boom.
Legal experts and farm leaders are questioning why the Nationals have decided to make Koala State Environmental Planning Policy 'the hill to die on'.
- by Mike Foley
An increasing number of under 35s have become city quitters.
- by Greg Callaghan
From the moment they met in a canning factory in 1962, Ken and Norma Phillips have known they always wanted to be together.
- by Rachel Nowak
Premier Mark McGowan said he has left Agriculture Minister Alannah MacTiernan to call the Chinese consul-general to WA over Beijing's threats to kill off WA's billion dollar barley trade.
- by Nathan Hondros
When the rain came down in parts of outback Australia, spirits soared and frogs started singing.
- by Mandy McKeesick
The 285 family businesses left to manage almost half WA's land, the regulators missing in action for decades, and the lone man who is lifting the lid on it all.
- by Emma Young