New government funding helping keep the Royal Show affordable and educational.
The Federal Budget includes some positive additions for young people, but doesn’t go far enough to address inequality.
Helping kids transition into school is the focus of a special project moving to the Great Southern.
People with disabilities continue to face significant barriers in accessing work in Australia.
Some Australian schools are trialing a new model to prepare teaching students for the classroom. Should WA follow suit?
New data has found some on youth allowance are surviving on less than $15 a day. We take a look at how students are fairing.
While the State Government announces more funding to attract international students, many already in WA are feeling the pinch.
There is a push to increase representation of women in male-dominated industries. Would women already employed in these workplaces recommend the move?
Indigenous tourism leaders from around the globe have converged in Perth to exhibit their work and create unique connections.
Is Australia’s reconciliation process being hindered by a lack of understanding of our true history?
The United Nations encourages celebration of The Day of the Girl in October each year. We look into why.
Rural families have been disappointed by the State Government’s decision to reject funding to help compensate them for the costs of home education.
Is contract cheating worth the potential future risks of blackmail or losing your degree?
The WA government has unveiled its first ‘student council’, drawing teenage perspectives from across the state.
A Perth job expert warns the 180,000 new fee-free TAFE courses are not the answer to WA’s skilled worker shortage.
Psychologists are worried about the impact of popular social media figure Andrew Tate’s extreme sexist rants.
What is it like navigating the public transport system as a wheelchair user, or a person with vision impairment?