Western Australia

NewZ about the Sand Gropers

April, 2021

  • 17 April

    Labor to revitalise Perth with million dollar pledge

    Residents of Perth will get a boost after the Labor party committed a million dollars in funding to the area. The funding is part of a targeted approach to help local businesses in Perth after the town was bypassed. Labor's promise will help fund the …

  • 17 April

    Fewer to attend Anzac Day in 2021

    Fewer to attend Anzac Day in 2021

    A third of Australians believe the ANZAC story is being forgotten with females and rural Australians most convinced. * Younger Australians (gen Z + millennials) are thought to be the largest group forgetting the ANZAC story * Participation in this year's ANZAC-related events is likely to be higher in Queensland …

  • 17 April

    Crows set to circle Dockers star Brayshaw

    Crows set to circle Dockers star Brayshaw

    Star Fremantle midfielder Andrew Brayshaw is bracing himself for another tight tag ahead of Sunday's AFL clash with Adelaide at Adelaide Oval. Brayshaw was in stunning form during the opening two rounds of 2021,

  • 17 April

    SA storm team to help with Seroja clean-up

    SA storm team to help with Seroja clean-up

    South Australia is sending a State Emergency Service storm response team to Western Australia to help with the clean-up following Tropical Cyclone Seroja. The 22-strong team will be based in Geraldton and the surrounding areas,

  • 17 April

    West Coast too powerful for plucky Pies as forwards Darling and Allen star

    Collingwood’s nightmare start to the season continued in front of a packed crowd in Perth when Nathan Buckley’s injury-hit team battled bravely but

  • 17 April

    Impact steps up WA nickel-gold hunt

    Impact steps up WA nickel-gold hunt

    Whilst Impact Minerals continues its tour-de-force in NSW where it is drilling both porphyry copper-gold and intrusive nickel-PGE targets across the resurgent mining state, the company is now keen to up the ante once again in its own backyard as it sizes up a swag of WA nickel,

  • 17 April

    $20m windfall to come from NT Govt’s last-minute change of mind on cruise ships

    $20m windfall to come from NT Govt’s last-minute change of mind on cruise ships

    THE 11th-hour change of mind by the NT Government about COVID restrictions governing cruise ships means most of the 5000 tourists who were heading for Broome will now come to Darwin first, delivering a $20 million windfall.

  • 16 April

    Collingwood stars De Goey, Howe injured

    Collingwood stars De Goey, Howe injured

    Collingwood's stocks have taken another hit after star duo Jordan De Goey and Jeremy Howe were injured during Friday night's AFL clash with West Coast in Perth. De Goey was subbed out of the game after copping an accidental hip to the face from Eagles midfielder Tim Kelly in the …

  • 16 April

    West Coast Eagles draw HUGE prime time crowd against Collingwood at Optus Stadium

    West Coast Eagles draw HUGE prime time crowd against Collingwood at Optus Stadium

    West Coast have drawn the biggest crowd in WA since the COVID pandemic began, with fans packing in to Optus Stadium tonight.

  • 16 April

    Talisman shares soar on mining royalty

    Talisman shares soar on mining royalty

    Shares in Talisman Mining closed up more than 30 per cent after the company announced its first royalty payment over Mineral Resources’ new iron ore mine in the Pilbara.