If you could say anything to the politicians in Canberra, what would it be?
Western Independent shines a light on the political issues young West Australians care about.
With the federal election to be announced soon, marginal WA seats could be very significant to Australia.
The 2022 Edelman Trust Barometer shows a sharp decline in media trust from 2021.
We hear about it all the time, but what would the legalisation of cannabis look like in WA, and how close is it?
Teachers dominate the WA Legislative Assembly – 11 Members out of 59 have a background in education.
Experts say conspiracy theories pose a danger to society, but what can be done about them?
Western Australia’s young voters will be taking to the polls on Saturday but what’s in it for them?
More young people than ever are getting involved with political activism, but why are we not seeing predicted election results?
The contentious higher education reform bill passed parliament today, and many academics are furious.
Renewed calls for an Australian republic reignite the decades-old debate.
Through history student protesters have created massive social change, but campuses are not the hotbeds of discontent they once were.
What does social media mean for the public sphere and democracy?
The international war on media freedom makes the AAP Newswire service critical, not only in Australia but also in the Pacific region.
WA’s easing of restrictions could lead to complacency, frontline workers and experts warn.
Are calls to reopen state and regional borders a Pandora’s Box of trouble?
Experts say COVID-19 is pushing other problems like climate change to the back of people’s minds.