WITH the rapid expansion of Internet access amid Labor’s National Broadband Network scheme, we thought we’d take a look at Perth’s current options.
MORE Australian consumers are choosing ethical Fair Trade Easter eggs this year.
THE Red Cross is appealing for West Australians to help police in their Easter road safety campaign.
Two Aussie boys who ran away to join the circus are returning home tonight to captivate Perth audiences. Tess Stillwell reports. (listen to audio) By Tess Stillwell – 21/4/2011
The annual Messages to the Troops campaign has kicked off again, just in time for Anzac Day. Tori Castledine reports. (listen to audio) By Tori Castledine – 21/4/2011
BY BREEANA HUMPHREYS The night showcased a range of waterskiing forms with wakeboarding, show skiing, slalom and barefoot events before the jumping in March. Night Jump co-ordinator and competitor Nicholas Wrenn says […]
BY MITCHELL REARDON DESPITE the Raffles Education Corporation recently withdrawing a $100 million-dollar application to construct a university in Midland, those in the area still hold out hope that a tertiary institution […]
WHITNEY SLATER GINGIN District High School Council is considering a formal policy to accommodate for special needs students in individual situations. The review comes after a special needs student was allowed to […]
THE L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival heated up as graduate designers from across the country showcased their collections on the runway.
BY BECKY JOHNS IT’S not every day you see two beautiful female models put on boxing gloves, protective head gear, and jump into a boxing ring – but it’s all in the […]
MICHAEL MCCARREN AUSTRALIAN folk duo Angus and Julia Stone were the first act to perform at Perth’s newest entertainment venue, the Red Hill Auditorium, on Saturday night. Found in the rolling hills […]
TRINE URSTAD IMAGINE getting your short film shown in a huge cinema in front of hundreds of people. Curtin film students Markus Hermansen and Kjetil Astrup can. It’s over a month ago, […]
POOI YEE LOH A RECENT break-in that occurred at one of Curtin University’s on-campus residences resulted in the loss of a laptop for a student at Kurrajong Village. The victim of the late-night break in, […]
HANUSIA GOY THIS year marks the second anniversary of tough new graffiti laws created to help clean up our streets. In January 2010 it became illegal to sell spray paint and certain […]
CATHRINE FORMOE SCARBOROUGH beach is beautiful when the sun shines down on it, but lately there have been several attacks that scare local residents. Scarborough is known for being a bit unsafe […]
CHLOE PAPAS PERTH residents are not afraid to stand up for what they believe in, as illustrated at a rally outside a community Cabinet meeting in Fremantle recently. Protest images The meeting, […]
Round Three – Claremont Tigers vs. Peel Thunder MEGAN KELLY ROUND three of the WAFL saw the odds stacked against Peel in their first game of the season against Claremont. Claremont won […]