A new report reveals Australia’s boat industry is experiencing a boom despite recent lockdowns and border closures.
Perth councils are jumping on board the bat box bandwagon
The old-fashioned STI is disproportionately affecting Aboriginal communities in WA.
New research has found an increase in young Australians starting businesses and side gigs.
Many people have left their usual jobs in health to deliver COVID-19 vaccines, but some argue the role demands more specialised training.
Grass continues to grow on the swampy land earmarked for the high-rise Waterbank development near Trinity College.
WA Swim schools may be forced to close their disability programs due to a lack of government funding. This may include the Angelfish program.
Computers from Perth high schools are being re-imaged and sent abroad to help students in schools with fewer resources.
Metronet’s Airport Link project has gone through various challenges over the five years since construction began.
A High Court ruling on social media comment liability has significant ramifications for all publishers, not just media organisations.
Clothing rental services have experienced a boom in recent years, but there may be an unexpected environmental cost.
The state government has confirmed the location of Mandurah’s new social housing complex, and local residents are unhappy.
WA climate protesters who had their homes raided following ‘spray-chalk activism’ say they are confused and intimidated by the response.
Controversial vegan protest tactics are under the the microscope after activist Tash Peterson’s headline-grabbing exploits.
A controversial new WA gas project is igniting discussions on the state’s energy policies.
What’s with the pinball boom in Perth? New vintage arcade joints are cropping up everywhere, and the annual festival is around the corner.
Down Syndrome WA says a surprising byproduct of the pandemic has been more job opportunities for their members.