The Repair Cafe helps people to repair, not replace, their broken household objects.
The METRONET team and Arup consultancy group will start work planning the new line.
Here’s a rundown on how the weather could affect your plans.
A local group has released a database to encourage booking agents and bands to use more diverse groups of artists.
A police chase ended with a car smashing into a home in Beechboro yesterday afternoon.
A Perth man has been sent to Graylands after setting a couch on fire.
To many Australians, Easter is nothing but a break from work. Here are the best ways to spend your time around Perth.
There’s no Easter Eggs involved in these.
Leeming GP Graham Farquhar says more parents should be immunising their children.
Cases of deliberate baiting remain rare, according to vets.
A new report describes the relationship between doctors and hospital management as in tatters.
Hobart no longer has the honour of cheapest city to rent a house in Australia.
Many students rely on weekend work to make ends meet. With major cuts to penalty rates here to stay, where does this leave them?
The rise of the ‘Sugar Daddy’, and the Perth students who turn to them for financial support.
The new Memory Cafe is a safe and inclusive space for people with dementia.
Local hip hop is evolving – and losing the bogan references.
International artists and kids in juvenile detention are transforming the dull public spaces.