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That’s littering

That’s littering

April 26, 2018

While Arlo Guthrie suggested in his classic anti-draft song, Alice's Restaurant, that littering is not as serious an offence as "father murdering" or "killing women children and villagers", it is still il...

A new leaf for hemp farming

A new leaf for hemp farming

April 26, 2018

WA Parliamentarians are mulling over whether to change the law to make life easier for farmers growing the kind of cannabis that can be made into clothing and food. The parliamentary debate is over...

Keep your eyes on the road

Keep your eyes on the road

April 26, 2018

New research has shown that three-quarters of WA young adults use their mobile phones while driving despite knowing it is illegal. According to the Western Australian Road Safety Commission, "Whilst driving, you can only touch a mobile phone to...

Wicked Campervans – are they too rude?

Wicked Campervans – are they too rude?

April 12, 2018

Is it okay for a campervan that drives around in public to be covered in picture of penises with moustaches, or slogans such as "oral sex makes a great last minute gift"? According to John Webb and...

No news on $120,000 LGBTI funding

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 2017 by the Western Australian Government. No decisions have yet been announced about how $120,000 health...

Youth camps: for fun and revenue

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...

WA wildlife on death row

WA wildlife on death row

April 11, 2018

In Western Australia seven animals have become endangered in the last year, three within the last month. Australia holds the highest record in the world for annihilating entire species of animals with ...

Heading in the right direction

Heading in the right direction

April 5, 2018

Australia is a big place and media that is right for one community doesn't necessarily work for all communities. According to Narrogin Observer journalist Laura Grubisa, "Local reporting is vital and needs...

What’s on this week

What’s on this week

April 5, 2018

With the Easter long weekend gone, the stockpile of chocolate bunnies and eggs can wait as the month of April will still light up your life. Get your good clothes on and get out there. Here are our top picks...

Transform your critical voice

Transform your critical voice

April 5, 2018

The Transforming Your Critical Voice psychotherapy group is being established to help people with anxiety and depression symptoms to transform painful emotions into feelings of empowerment, and so that...

Community empowered by award winner

Community empowered by award winner

April 5, 2018

Women play very important roles in their communities and it is only fair that they get awarded for them, to be encouraged to connect, network and develop opportunities for the development of economic growth...

Removing sexual abuse reporting limits

Removing sexual abuse reporting limits

March 29, 2018

A Bill created to end limitation periods by civil action for child victims of sexual abuse was debated in the Western Australian Parliament this week. The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses ...

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