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 […]
A Perth school has been taken over by authors from around the world. All Saints’ College is celebrating the10th anniversary of its Literature Festival. Since 2002, the “Lit Fest” has provided opportunities […]
Police are investigating whether break-ins at two separate pharmacies early this morning are linked. Police say three men used a sledgehammer and a screwdriver to smash a glass panel at the Inglewood […]
CLAIR MORTON “There’s a harsh truth to face. No way I’m gonna make it on the outside. All I do any more is think of ways to break my parole, so maybe […]
For the second time Perth has broken the record for the largest dance performance in the country, drawing 450 participants for Thrill the World.
Assistance dogs are trained to help disabled people with day to day tasks.
Fans of Electronic music do not have to trek up to Perth anymore to find upcoming gigs; Fremantle’s Swan Basement is now home to BASSment, a night of eclectic electronic acts.
A Perth wildlife rehab centre has received a new lease on life through a Lotterywest grant.
People suffering from depression will always be at risk of falling into substance abuse according to a mental health expert.
Scientists are successfully pumping water into a West Australian cave to maintain water levels in an attempt to preserve it.
In September this year a team of Western Australian surgeons, nurses and anaesthetists transformed the lives of 30 Filipino children with severe facial deformities.
Alan’s mother and full-time carer, Anne Clayton says every day is a challenge: “Once the epilepsy came in it’s just gone downhill,” she says.
Paul Mason says the Global Poverty Project is a catalyst for the global movement to end extreme poverty. It’s about making poverty personal for the general public.
A unique WA program may prove to be a key to combating the high levels of child stress discovered in a recently published report into children’s wellbeing.
A practical understanding of social media platforms is becoming increasingly necessary for journalists and according to industry professionals… it’s the future of journalism.
Skateboarding has always had its feet firmly placed in youth culture and the people that stick with it are the people that have a real passion for the sport.