Guide to managing fraud and corruption risks10 Aug 2022
All organisations, public and private, face the risk of fraud. Local governments can benefit from a better understanding of their specific fraud risks and taking a coordinated approach to managing them.
WA games and interactive industry heads to Gamescom4 Aug 2022
5 WA game studios will attend the world’s biggest computer and video games event in Cologne, Germany — Gamescom — thanks to a $50,000 State Government grant.
Remembering Mount Margaret Mission’ sheds light on a history seldom told4 Aug 2022
A unique insight into the lives of Aboriginal children living at the Mount Margaret Mission, located on Wongatha land in the Goldfields-Esperance region, has been produced by the State Government’s Aboriginal History WA.
Inquiries into Kimberley and Pilbara packaged liquor availability3 Aug 2022
Deadline for industry submissions extended until 1 September 2022.
Funding delivers out-of-school programs for at-risk Kimberley youth2 Aug 2022
The State Government has announced $734,500 in funding for four programs in the Kimberley region that will deliver structured holiday and out-of-school programs to at-risk youth over the next 3 years.
Funding boost helps Broome athletes reach their full potential1 Aug 2022
Up to 40 Broome-based athletes have the opportunity to participate in a year-long holistic sport development program, thanks to a $75,000 funding boost from the State Government.
State Government raises curtain on $69,000 Theatre Kimberley grant1 Aug 2022
Roll up! Roll up! The Culture and the Arts Minister has presented a $69,060 Lotterywest grant to the spectacular Theatre Kimberley.
AFL partnership shines light on Kimberley footy talent1 Aug 2022
Under new flood lights funded by the State Government, the Sport and Recreation Minister has shared details of a 50-50 partnership with the Australian Football League (AFL) to invest $1 million annually, for 5 years, in community sport across the Kimberley region.
Audit report identifies cyber security issues29 Jul 2022
An Office of the Auditor General report into IT systems has highlighted the need for all local governments to continuously review and improve their practices to protect against cyber threats.