Advocates say there are simple steps the football community can take to support gay players coming out.
Girls have scored lower than boys in numeracy across the board for the fifth NAPLAN in a row, and experts say it doesn’t make sense.
Energy experts say a multi-billion dollar deal to modernise WA’s electricity grid is a short circuit, not a solution.
WA musicians are tuning into the chance to open for Coldplay later this year.
A new study from Curtin University has found children whose fathers suffer from depression are more likely to develop it themselves.
Queer allies across the country are being encouraged to ‘wear it purple’ on Friday to promote inclusivity and acceptance.
Universities Australia has cut its anti-sexual violence campaign despite significant taxpayer funding, and advocates are furious.
Curtin researchers are at the centre of a project hoping to develop groundbreaking research into medicinal cannabis use.
The ‘Fair Trade Changemaker Tour’ is in Perth to discuss fair trade’s role in tackling modern slavery.
An Islamic bank is set to open in Australia next year, and there are hopes it will lead to more discussion about choices for ethical banking.
Have you ever heard of a death doula? The number of West Australians using their ‘end of life’ service is growing.
The Matilda’s broke records and hearts during their World Cup journey, but fans hope the future is bright for women’s football in Australia.
Can young people make a living from art? A new State Government plan is hoping to promote opportunity for WA artists.
Fremantle City Council has decided to cease running the free CAT bus service, causing community angst and sustainability concerns.
More Indians than ever are now living in Perth, and Independence Day celebrations this week highlighted the vibrancy of the local community.
As another suburb calls it quits on their annual bulk collection, experts worry more rubbish will be headed to landfill.
Supporters of a West Perth arts precinct say they feel an overwhelming community response has been ignored.