Will residents’ pleas for road upgrades to a dangerous Mt Lawley intersection be given the green light?
Helping kids transition into school is the focus of a special project moving to the Great Southern.
A local housing organisation says it expects demand to surge as hundreds search for homes they can afford.
Some Australian schools are trialing a new model to prepare teaching students for the classroom. Should WA follow suit?
A new legislative agreement offering presumptive PTSD coverage is a success for career firefighters, however, volunteers say they’re left out.
Health experts and the public have come together for Australia’s first paediatric sepsis awareness week.
Bins in some suburbs across Perth remain full, as waste workers strike for better pay and conditions.
A suburban library in Perth is putting library services on the map at this year’s Oz Comic Con.
There is a push to increase representation of women in male-dominated industries. Would women already employed in these workplaces recommend the move?
There’s about to be a lot more e-scooters zipping around Perth.
A new Facebook group offers people the opportunity to reduce their plastic waste by matching spare container parts.
Unaffordable housing and the rising cost of living are putting more Perth people at risk of homelessness.
New state government funding for the Carrolup project recognises the importance of sharing Indigenous truths.
A 6m high puppet who walks and talks is lighting up the CBD to celebrate First Nations women.
Most fans are embracing Good Friday AFL in WA, but not everyone is sold on the idea.
The council places strong value on keeping older residents engaged, and they couldn’t be more grateful.
Hundreds gathered in Forrest Place today to protest against Aboriginal incarceration and deaths in custody.