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AN inmate has been taken to hospital suffering from burns after a fire broke out in a cell at Perth's Hakea Prison...Five firetrucks attended the blaze, which broke out about 4.40pm (WST) on Monday and was extinguished 30 minutes later.
TWO firefighters have reportedly suffered life threatening injuries in a fire at a pine plantation in Western Australia's Great Southern region. Two Peoples Bay Road near its namesake nature reserve, east of Albany.
Story continues below Much of the demand comes from business travellers, with mid-week occupancy rates even higher than on weekends. Recognising the severity of the problem, the government last year announced a groundbreaking incentives program that
A fire is blazing out of control 120 kilometres east of Carnarvon as temperatures reach into the high 30s...The Department of Environment and Conservation is monitoring the fire from the air and says the blaze was sparked by lightning. Meanwhile,
The WA cabinet vote in favor of the move comes weeks after patches of the internationally renowned wine region around Augusta Margaret River were ravaged by bushfires. Police Minister Rob Johnson was stripped of the Emergency Services portfolio
Story continues below One critical area was the community's preparedness to act and 13 of Keelty's recommendations were about improving public information in the preparation for and the response to a bushfire. WA research found that a majority of
Western Australia is facing one of its most dangerous fire seasons in recent history...Mr Gale said WA had been left with a "legacy of drought conditions and high winter rainfall", which had led to lush growth in bush areas that would soon dry out,
Inspector Neil Blair said fire engulfed a furniture factory on the corner of Alexander Drive and Stanford Way at about 10.45pm...Advertisement: Story continues below Firefighters also attended a factory fire in Yangebup yesterday. Gerry Warger said
Story continues below The report's author, former Australian Federal Police boss Mick Keelty, found animosity between the two was "palpable" and led to poor coordination during the bushfire which destroyed 71 homes. Mr Gregson said the two agencies
Roleystone-Kelmscott bushfire in February that destroyed 71 homes. Ms Harrison-Ward was essentially made the scapegoat following a damning review by former Australian Federal Police commissioner Mick Keelty. August 17 and was entitled to continue to