TikToks are helping people to cope with the coronavirus.

Virus goes viral on TikTok

April 13, 2020

At a time when concerns over coronavirus seem to affect every aspect of our lives, the world of TikTok and other social media channels have exploded with hilarious content based on the phenomenon. Content...

Concert Audience

COVID-19 Pushes Australian Music Industry to the Edge

April 12, 2020

After the federal government’s ban on mass gatherings to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the live music industry has been pushed to the brink of collapse. On the website, ilostmygig, the Australian Music Industry Network and the A...

Locals keep their distance at Cottesloe Beach.

Social Distancing proving successful at Cottesloe Beach

April 4, 2020

The mayor of Cottesloe hopes Perth beaches will remain open, as debate continues as to whether or not our coastline should be closed to the public. Social distancing at local beaches has been a major...

Perth Happenings Online Marketplace poster.

Perth online marketplace launching to help small businesses

April 1, 2020

A new online marketplace has launched to help WA businesses doing it tough as a result of the Coronavirus. The initiative was sparked by Perth local Pieta Sharpe, the director of blog, Perth Happeni...

Pharmacy medication flying off the shelves amid Covid-19 panic buying.

Coronavirus sparks medication panic-buying

March 27, 2020

The number of Coronavirus cases are increasing every day, and despite calls for calm, people are panic buying – a trend that is now hitting chemists. In the first few weeks of the pandemic, items...

Tuart Hill Primary School: Open today but what will tomorrow bring?

Perth school keeping the doors open amid COVID-19

March 20, 2020

Today, the school siren welcomed Tuart Hill Primary students to think critically and communicate effectively, understand the relationship between concepts and ideas, be creative on canvas and with clay. It...

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