Noongar people rue destruction from the defeated Roe 8 freeway after questionable heritage assessments.
Groundswell of architecture designed in partnership with Perth’s first people.
More screen time for kids as primary schools scramble to meet mandatory second-language teaching requirement.
Owner forced to address neighbours’ noise complaints.
Fremantle street artist works with local service to help tackle drug and alcohol addiction in the port city.
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The donations can dramatically improve the quality of life for our most vulnerable.
In the wake of the cancellation of some traditional celebrations, the debate around January 26 continues.
Despite critique from mental health professionals, Halloween event will proceed as originally themed.
Pressure on women to wear smaller and shorter Halloween outfits.
New legislation could see peaceful protestors face two years in prison and a $24 000 fine.
International artists and kids in juvenile detention are transforming the dull public spaces.
Because some sisters are doing it for themselves.
The project will see a ‘Noongarpedia’ developed.
They will be walking until Saturday night to reach the finish line.
Not for its wet t-shirt competitions, but for its connection to WA’s gold rush era.
The future of Fremantle’s historic social clubs hangs in the balance