This year NAIDOC Week celebrates ‘Always Was, Always Will Be’, recognising the spiritual and cultural connection that First Nations people have to country.
Fauna trapping and spotting ahead of major construction work starting on the Thornlie-Cockburn Link is being implemented with great success.
METRONET has teamed up with a Perth-based digital creator, Mitchell Yeats, to bring the future benefits of METRONET to life through a series of videos.
Contracts worth more than $7 million have been awarded to a diverse array of Aboriginal businesses across the Thornlie-Cockburn Link and Yanchep Rail Extension projects by NEWest Alliance.
Building For Tomorrow – an information campaign and supporting website – kicked off this week to give travellers information and updates on the major road, rail, cycling and marina projects in planning, underway or fast-tracked across WA.
A traditional custodian, former police officer and co-founder of the Nyoongar Patrol started his business, Nyungar Birdiyia, in 2004, providing cultural advice and training in government, businesses and schools.
As well as instilling a sense of local pride, public art’s celebration or commemoration of what is unique or special about a place can be a huge driver for domestic and international tourism.
METRONET’s Aboriginal Engagement Strategy, Gnarla Biddi, has celebrated its first year with the release of its Annual Report.
2019 was a huge year for METRONET with a number of major milestones had.
Come and see us at this year's Perth Royal Show. We'll be in the Robinson Pavilion at Stands 23 & 24.
More people are enjoying Perth’s award-winning public transport network with an additional 1.6 million trips taken in 2018-19.
The Infrastructure Australia Audit Report on Urban Transport Crowding and Congestion has been released, showing the positive impact METRONET will have on Perth.
This theme acknowledges that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have always wanted an enhanced role in decision-making in Australia’s democracy.
Today Minister Saffioti announced due to current housing and property market conditions as well as securing additional Commonwealth funding, it will not be pursued at this time.
A national survey of over 3,300 apartment owners and occupiers has found that more than half bought their apartment because it was close to public transport.
Representatives for the METRONET Access and Inclusion Reference Group (Group) have been selected, after 61 submissions were received.