The State agreement with Asia’s biggest airline is expected to persuade more Chinese tourists to include the West in their Australian itineraries, as ROBERT DOUGHERTY reports.
Parades, costumes, marching orchestras, flag hoisting, singing and ice creams. It must have been 17 May, Norway’s biggest flag-flying day, as SUSANNA LINDBÄCK writes.
While many people protest against the new fees, Curtin University resists State Government pressure for even more cost rises, as JAMES HELLIWELL reports.
The Queen’s trip to the Republic of Ireland today marks the first visit by a British monarch in one hundred years. JASMINE BAMFORD reports.
YMCA HQ has once again joined in the festivities of National Youth Week 2011, one of the nation’s biggest celebrations of young people.
MORE Australian consumers are choosing ethical Fair Trade Easter eggs this year.
THE Red Cross is appealing for West Australians to help police in their Easter road safety campaign.
Two Aussie boys who ran away to join the circus are returning home tonight to captivate Perth audiences. Tess Stillwell reports. (listen to audio) By Tess Stillwell – 21/4/2011
The annual Messages to the Troops campaign has kicked off again, just in time for Anzac Day. Tori Castledine reports. (listen to audio) By Tori Castledine – 21/4/2011
CHLOE PAPAS PERTH residents are not afraid to stand up for what they believe in, as illustrated at a rally outside a community Cabinet meeting in Fremantle recently. Protest images The meeting, […]
VANESSA COSTANZO A NEW report by the Australian Refugee Council reveals that the intake of humanitarian visas is at its lowest number in eight years. Last year 13,770 people came to Australia […]
JESS COLQUHOUN A LUCKY escape for man’s best friend could cause a family more harm than joy. Rusty, the beloved pet dog of the Murphy family of Lathlain, has recently undergone an […]
JASMIN STUART “THE Leeuwin is much more than a sailing ship, it is a life experience in every sense of the word,” current coordinator of the Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation, Chris Blake, […]
BY KATE BROWN THE State Government has brought forward the $58 million widening of Kwinana Freeway to begin construction within two months. The 10-month project to widen the 4.5km stretch of road […]
SHU DUAN ONG SINCE a devastating earthquake and tsunami plunged Japan into a deep crisis, it hasn’t been easy for the Japanese community in Curtin University to watch a part of their […]
DEBORAH SECCOMBE A FUEL supply disruption strategy has been prescribed following a government inquiry into the handling of the 2008 Varanus Island gas explosion, said Office of Energy spokeswoman Stephanie Doeltsch. Fuel […]
The Cancer Council of Western Australia say caps are not an effective form of sun protection for surf lifesavers. Surf Life Saving Australia is investigating whether to remove the cap from its […]