Perth’s biggest council is set to decide on the future of its name after passing a motion this week.
With the popularity of BTS in the ARIA charts, experts say K-pop and Asian music is on the rise in Australia.
After recent controversy around misconduct, Mojos has reopened, hoping for a new chapter of inclusivity and safety in the music industry.
The mysterious ‘black and white’ disease has taken hold in Perth magpies, causing some to drop out of the sky.
100 days after the Wooroloo fires devastated communities in Perth’s northeast, residents and volunteers say help is still needed.
After two lockdowns this year, Perth op shops say they are struggling under a mountain of crappy clothes and broken goods.
Junior cricket clubs in Perth hope hosting the 5th Ashes test next year will give the sport a boost.
Art is changing how we interact with our public spaces. But who are the artists and what are they trying to show us?
The state government is funding a different strategy to controlling the white shark population.
Beekeepers in WA are facing one of the worst seasons on record for the honey industry.
A dolphin calf died in the Swan River on Monday after sustaining severe injuries from being stuck in fishing line.
Could substance abuse and mental health issues for elite athletes be prevented earlier in their careers?
How new laws protecting the wetlands from future development will benefit the environment and community.
The mental health sector was deemed a “winner” following Tuesday’s budget but some organisations still don’t feel like they are winning.
The challenges of conveying important health information to multicultural Australians.
The federal government ban on Australians returning home from India has left many Perth residents confused and devastated.
Face masks may limit the spread of COVID-19, but they also inhibit communication for people with hearing loss.