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Section 44 Claims Another Senator

Thursday 20th July

Section 44 Claims Another Senator

This week has see the forced resignation of two Greens senators for holding dual citizenships. Now […]

Australia Council National Arts Participation Survey

Thursday 20th July

Australia Council National Arts Participation Survey

The recent National Arts Participation Survey conducted by the Australia Council has concluded that there is […]

In Memory of Graham Wood

Thursday 20th July

In Memory of Graham Wood

Perth jazz great Graham Wood has died after losing his battle with cancer. Wood was a […]

Unpacking Juvenile Justice

Thursday 20th July

Unpacking Juvenile Justice

Children in the toughest unit of Western Australia’s Banksia Hill detention centre were locked in their […]

Fitter Happier: Sleep Awareness

Thursday 13th July

Fitter Happier: Sleep Awareness

This week on Fitter Happier we were joined by Chris Kosky from Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital […]

That Old Chestnut

Thursday 13th July

That Old Chestnut

Chestnuts are having a bit of revival as of late, with the nut being the key […]

Rural Fire Service

Thursday 13th July

Rural Fire Service

The group representing WA’s volunteer bushfire fighters has urged action be taken quickly on the issue […]

Trump News: Like Father, Like Son

Thursday 13th July

Trump News: Like Father, Like Son

Recent news has come to light that the son of the President of the United States […]

FITTER HAPPIER: Allergies

Thursday 6th July

FITTER HAPPIER: Allergies

Approximately 20% of Australia’s population suffer from allergies. Allergic reactions are a condition of the immune […]

NAIDOC Week: Overcoming Language and Cultural Barriers

Thursday 6th July

NAIDOC Week: Overcoming Language and Cultural Barriers

The Kimberly Interpreting Service is the only indigenous translating service in Western Australia. They provide interpreters […]

North Korea Continues To Go Ballistic

Thursday 6th July

North Korea Continues To Go Ballistic

North Korea has claimed to have conducted its first test of an intercontinental ballistic missile. If […]

Prose and Pantsing with Brendan Ritchie

Thursday 6th July

Prose and Pantsing with Brendan Ritchie

Known best for his critically acclaimed teen fiction works Carousel and Beyond Carousel, Perth novelist Brendan […]

Can Australia Do More For Refugees from Africa?

Thursday 22nd June

Can Australia Do More For Refugees from Africa?

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Global Trends report for 2016 shows that Uganda […]

Fitter Happier: Prostate Cancer

Thursday 22nd June

Fitter Happier: Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in WA with more than 1880 men […]

Children And Sustainable Development Goals In Rich Countries

Thursday 22nd June

Children And Sustainable Development Goals In Rich Countries

We are all familiar with UNICEF’s role in advocating for and supporting children in the developing […]