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  • Meet Najeeb: The unheard refugee
  • Supercomputers in our backyard
  • Perth’s newest music festival
  • Redefine yourself through flying
  • Meet Najeeb: The unheard refugee

    Meet Najeeb: The unheard refugee

    Yoshitaa Thadhani, Reporter

    April 12, 2018

    Stories of people seeking refuge from worn-torn countries, crossing borders with babies and then languishing in detention centres are all too frequent in the Australian media. But who are these people? Najeeb Hussain is one of them. He reached out to us. Hussain is unfortunate in that he not only...

    Najeeb Hussain, an image from his Facebbook page dated 2015

    Unknown photographer

  • Supercomputers in our backyard

    Supercomputers in our backyard

    Linton Price, Reporter

    April 12, 2018

    Sitting in the quiet south end of Kensington, South Perth, the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre houses some of the most powerful computers in the southern hemisphere. These machines are used in scientific research and are invaluable for the variety of services they offer, from analysis to data storage. Pawsey...

    Magnus supercomputer, courtesy the Pawsey Supercomputer Centre.

  • Perth’s newest music festival

    Perth’s newest music festival

    Sasha Parissis, ECU Reporter

    April 12, 2018

    Reverb Festival is on this weekend in Perth from April 13 to 15. Hosted over three days at G.O Edwards Park, Burswood WA, the inaugural event is set to attract more than 10,000 people. With music from international and local artists such as The Jezabels, The Preatures, Xavier Rudd and Sola Rosa, event-goers...

    Sola Rosa ready to play

    Image supplied

  • Redefine yourself through flying

    Redefine yourself through flying

    Yunqi Yu, Reporter

    April 12, 2018

    Confident, out-going and positive, I can’t come up with any other words to describe Nikki Gheysen when I first saw her. Like sunshine? No, she is the sunshine. “Come on, you will love it!” Following her without any hesitation, I can’t wait to explore the secret of her, and her business, The...

    Flying Trapeze Workshop Perth

Wicked Campervans – are they too rude?
No news on $120,000 LGBTI funding

April 12, 2018

WA LGBTI organisations are still waiting for changes, set to arise from funding promised in November...

Youth camps: for fun and revenue

April 12, 2018

Recreation camps for kids are a prominent part of the education system, according to the WA Government that claims that sport and recreational activities build stronger, healthier, happier and safer comm...

Meet Najeeb: The unheard refugee

April 12, 2018

Stories of people seeking refuge from worn-torn countries, crossing borders with babies and then languishing...

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What’s on this week
The Talk, on stage

April 12, 2018

The Talk - No, not that awkward conversation you have with either your parents or children - is a performance...

Perth’s newest music festival

April 12, 2018

Reverb Festival is on this weekend in Perth from April 13 to 15. Hosted over three days at G.O Edwards...

Youth Week: Kickstart Festival

April 12, 2018

For the eighth consecutive year, WA organisation Propel Youth Arts has stepped up and planned one of...

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Opinion: Are we over the PCH plague?
Veganism, is it worth it?

April 12, 2018

Vegan diets are becoming ever more popular and widespread throughout the western culture. With the trend...

Supercomputers in our backyard

April 12, 2018

Sitting in the quiet south end of Kensington, South Perth, the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre houses some...

Bird’s eye view

April 12, 2018

Scientists have wondered for decades on how birds are able to navigate home from unfamiliar places or...

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West Aussies shining at the Commonwealth Games
Look out Scarborough, The Aussies are coming

April 12, 2018

The Australian Surf Life Saving Championships, or "The Aussies", start at Scarborough Beach on Saturday...

Redefine yourself through flying

April 12, 2018

Confident, out-going and positive, I can’t come up with any other words to describe Nikki Gheysen when...

Gearing up for the Avon Descent

April 5, 2018

The 2018 Avon Descent will see hundreds of boats tackling WA rivers and rapids on the weekend of August...

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Quality journalism by ECU students
Quality journalism by ECU students