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.
Tour of historic buildings set to evoke the city’s bygone golden age.
City council sidesteps questions over recognition of Weld Square’s Aboriginal heritage.
Residents would get to pay their respects locally.
Owner forced to address neighbours’ noise complaints.
Subjects to be located, and cracks to be filled, after ageing artwork cracks a mention on State Heritage Office website.
Gallipoli veteran’s family home of ‘no cultural heritage significance’, city’s elected officials contend.
Back to the drawing board for Langley Park landmark.
In the wake of the cancellation of some traditional celebrations, the debate around January 26 continues.
The council believes it may be beyond repair.
Former orchard and golf course has a little something for everyone.
Laura Meachim explores the tall buildings and soft foundations of Shanghai as part of a series of stories from the 2016 Curtin Journalism Shanghai Study Tour.
Not for its wet t-shirt competitions, but for its connection to WA’s gold rush era.
A Lotterywest grant will make it all possible
The future of Fremantle’s historic social clubs hangs in the balance
Renewed reconciliation push for historic Beaufort Street reserve.