While many people protest against the new fees, Curtin University resists State Government pressure for even more cost rises, as JAMES HELLIWELL reports.
After raising more than $322,500, athletes and volunteers look forward to next year’s charity race, as Melissa Melbourne reports.
The Queen’s trip to the Republic of Ireland today marks the first visit by a British monarch in one hundred years. JASMINE BAMFORD reports.
Environmentalists launch new program to save aquatic life from increased contaminants, as Cathrine Formoe and Kathrine Western report.
The nation faces the largest financial toll ever, as Susanna Lindbäck reports.
More teenagers are driving illegally, as Ruhee Khan and Simen Lonning report.
There has been an increased number of suicides and depression among the detainees arriving in Australia. Royad Ahmad investigates the latest refugee crisis.
Curtin will need to upgrade facilities further if Perth Glory’s proposed move to Curtin’s Hockey Stadium goes ahead.
YMCA HQ has once again joined in the festivities of National Youth Week 2011, one of the nation’s biggest celebrations of young people.
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 […]