A recent anti-lockdown protest in King’s Park saw ‘The Proud Boys’ in attendance, sparking concerns about radicalisation in WA.
With local government elections looming, aspiring young politicians are working hard to prove youth is a benefit, not a barrier.
Launch countdown is on for the Curtin University-made Binar-1 satellite, in an Australian first.
Vaccine awareness is a hot topic, but medical researchers say there’s a shortage of volunteers for vaccine trials for many other conditions.
Perth music schools have had to adapt their teaching to survive the pandemic.
The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic games began this week, with many WA athletes taking part.
The State Government has brought back a home security rebate for elderly people, with representative bodies giving a tick of approval.
The Vietnam War began more than 50 years ago, but Australia’s veterans continue to commemorate those who served and died.
The State Library of Western Australia is hosting the World Press Photo Exhibition.
Census officers are working through this week to collect data on homeless people in Perth, but advocates worry the numbers are flawed.
The WA Road Commission wants restrictions eased on E-Rideables, to help fuel their rise.
The State Government has announced extra money for regional mental health initiatives, but will it help?
Perth radio staple RTRFM is tuning up its annual funding drive, as the money for vital community radio services gets tighter every year.
Perth’s South Sudanese community is in raptures after the Olympic feats of Peter Bol in the 800m final.
Homeless Aboriginal protestors are camping outside WA’s parliament calling for more funds to tackle the housing crisis, saying it’s costing lives.
The homelessness crisis is WA is at an all time high, and local cafes are banding together to raise funds.
An app that connects visually impaired people to sighted helpers worldwide is changing the lives of both users and volunteers in WA.