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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 […]

Unleash Your Inner Hero and Wear A Purple Bra

Thursday 22nd June

Unleash Your Inner Hero and Wear A Purple Bra

A fundraising event with an aim of supporting breast cancer patients is encouraging women and men […]

Progressive Medicare Levy

Thursday 22nd June

Progressive Medicare Levy

Government funded healthcare is a growing area of expenditure. Meanwhile governments’ capacity to pay appears to […]

The Robot Cars Are Coming

Thursday 22nd June

The Robot Cars Are Coming

Before we ask ‘What will we do without road rage?’ or, perhaps more seriously, ‘What will […]

Defiant Earth

Tuesday 20th June

Defiant Earth

Speaking with us about his latest book Defiant Earth; the fate of humans in the Anthropecene, […]

battle of the bag ban

Tuesday 6th June

battle of the bag ban

In some areas of Perth like Fremantle this battle started years ago, With time and time […]

Understanding this UK Election

Tuesday 6th June

Understanding this UK Election

The UK General Election is around the corner and it’s looking pretty close. What are the […]

Screaming For More

Thursday 20th April

Screaming For More

Since their formation in the early 90s, indie rock powerhouse Screamfeeder have earned a place as […]

Fitter Happier: Hepatitis C

Thursday 30th March

Fitter Happier: Hepatitis C

Every year in WA, about 1,000 people are diagnosed with Hepatitis C with an estimated 200,000 […]

Youth Achievements Recognised

Thursday 30th March

Youth Achievements Recognised

The Perth Airport Achiever Awards honours young achievers who have been in The Department of Childhood […]

Australia’s Jurassic Park

Thursday 30th March

Australia’s Jurassic Park

Scientists have discovered the world’s biggest dinosaur footprints on a 25-kilometre stretch of the Dampier Peninsula […]

OECD Chief Calls for Bigger Classes

Thursday 23rd March

OECD Chief Calls for Bigger Classes

How many students in a classroom is too many? The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development […]

Fitter Happier # 1: Gonorrhoea on the Rise

Thursday 23rd March

Fitter Happier # 1: Gonorrhoea on the Rise

Cases of Gonorrhoea rose in Australia by more than 60 per cent between 2008 and 2013, […]