A report released by the United Nations suggests it’s possible to reduce 80 per cent of plastic emissions by 2040.
Slavery in a serious issue in Australia that until now hasn’t had the attention it deserves.
Is Western Australia’s justice system ready to prevent voice cloning technology from impacting trial outcomes?
Two of WA’s most important councils are facing calls to end reciting Christian prayers as part of official proceedings.
WA’s black cockatoos are under threat from the cumulative impact of land clearing and conservationists are calling for action.
Large-scale projects are at risk as local governments in Perth struggle under increasing economic pressure.
Is contract cheating worth the potential future risks of blackmail or losing your degree?
Changes are being rolled out at a WA prison ahead of going smoke-free later this year.
A High Court ruling on social media comment liability has significant ramifications for all publishers, not just media organisations.
WA climate protesters who had their homes raided following ‘spray-chalk activism’ say they are confused and intimidated by the response.
Australia prides itself on having a fair immigration policy. But, that’s not always the experience for people with serious health problems.
Research has found a recent rise in adoption rates after a long-term decline.
A WA-based campaign to raise the criminal responsibility age to above 10 years-old is gaining momentum.
How new laws protecting the wetlands from future development will benefit the environment and community.
Protestors outside WA abortion clinics will face a $12,000 fine and jail time if a Bill before Parliament passes.
The new legislation will see negligent bosses face criminal charges.
It’s 10 years since harsh laws were passed about smoking in restaurants and around children. How well have they worked?