WA Swim schools may be forced to close their disability programs due to a lack of government funding. This may include the Angelfish program.
Metronet’s Airport Link project has gone through various challenges over the five years since construction began.
Two new murals on Main Street in Osborne Park are designed to brighten the area, but locals hope they will also celebrate the suburb’s rich culture.
The state government has confirmed the location of Mandurah’s new social housing complex, and local residents are unhappy.
The State Government has brought back a home security rebate for elderly people, with representative bodies giving a tick of approval.
The State Library of Western Australia is hosting the World Press Photo Exhibition.
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.
More mature people than ever are trying to get back into the workforce, but are battling age discrimination. However, there is help.
Should respect come automatically with age, or does it need to be constantly earned?
Walking hockey was brought to Perth 18 months ago and encourages people to start playing, or get back into hockey.
Fremantle Prison has $320 000 to spend on research into the Aboriginal experience hidden within its World Heritage listed limestone walls.
Research has found a recent rise in adoption rates after a long-term decline.
Women in WA are lobbying to find spaces for permanent DIY sheds, while there are more than 180 men’s sheds in the state.
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.
How new laws protecting the wetlands from future development will benefit the environment and community.