One month out from the West Australian election, the Liberal government has pledged a revitalisation of Perth's Chinatown, while state Labor promises to protect domestic violence victims.
Opposition Leader Mark McGowan says Western Australian Labor will introduce a $4.5 million trial program to electronically monitor people who breach violence restraining orders if it wins the March 9 election.
The government says it's already planning a similar move.
Premier Colin Barnett used the Chinese New Year to promise $2 million to improve Perth's Chinatown, part of a wider plan to transform the CBD.
Meanwhile, the Australian newspaper's latest Newspoll figures point to a landslide win for the Western Australian Liberals, who lead 57 per cent to 43 per cent on a two-party preferred basis.