Many Pilbara towns were designed to be walkable communities. Now, some advocates say the idea has failed and only consultation can fix it.
Dual-working parents are becoming more common in Australia. As parents work longer hours, what impact does this have on children?
It has been two years since the National Student Safety Survey was released. What measures has Curtin taken since then to keep students safe?
Geography is “undoubtedly” impacting the way we think, according to behaviour experts.
Local artists are defying odds and breaking through to the national music scene. However, it doesn’t come without challenges.
We live in a throw away society. Yet with waste increasing and landfills brimming, it’s becoming clear there is no ‘away.’ Where should the state’s waste go?
Many places in WA are named after James Stirling. Is his legacy too controversial to celebrate?
This carers week aims to recognise and support family and friend carers who devote their time to helping others.
The Margaret River Open Studios event is bringing artists and the public together for another year, after a decade of celebrating community art.
In 2015 City of Swan promised Ellenbrook a pool. Eight years on, residents are still going without.
Rachel Davison hopes her store, Replenish, will help to reduce waste in Australia.
Fremantle City Council has decided to cease running the free CAT bus service, causing community angst and sustainability concerns.
Supporters of a West Perth arts precinct say they feel an overwhelming community response has been ignored.
Nic Naitanui’s remarkable AFL career has come to an end. What’s next for one of WA’s most recognisable figures?
A call for an emergency summit on domestic violence in WA has many hoping for more government action.
As fertility rates decline across Australia and more couples live without children, something else is on the rise: child-free communities.
Urban development enthusiasts say beauty could be the antidote to Perth’s sprawling suburbs.