Australia's dwindling population of WWII veterans could invite an increase in extremism and denialism, a leading war historian warns.
A survey of more than a thousand Australians reveals that a third believe the significance of Anzac Day is being forgotten.
Indigenous women are bypassing galleries, using social media to attract worldwide attention — and buyers, writes Lily Hoffman.
The ceremony celebrates organisations and people who have advanced multiculturalism in our society.
It is nearly April, which means many West Australians who made a New Year’s resolution to get fit presumably resemble Sam Kerr’s more athletic twin sister. But what about those who stuck to it?
Travel to WA’s number one holiday destination could be a reality as early as midway through the year. Australians spent $2 billion at year at the island before COVID, what will 2021 look like?
Mount Pleasant mother of two Sarah Rusbatch successful business, running half marathons, parenting two young children and appearing like everything was perfect. But on the inside she was dying.
The WA architects behind Interacting Fences worked across three continents, five cities, multiple time zones and a global pandemic to install it on Cottesloe Beach.
Shouldn’t a 35-year-old man know how to cook a packet of pasta? That was the question Australian reality TV fans asked this week after a contestant struggled to make basic spaghetti bolognese.
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has launched a suite of policy proposals aimed at closing the gender pay gap, which is on average $242 a week.
Matt Coughlan and Hannah Ryan
Perth performer Jason Arrow finds himself on the precipice of stardom, plucked from relative obscurity for one of theatre’s most coveted roles. He speaks with STM.
Having conceded he will lose to the more experienced Mark McGowan, Zak Kirkup says he just wants the Liberal Party to go the distance and survive the election — promising a rematch in 2025.
Young people are usually preoccupied with playing video games or arguing with their parents. But some conscientious Aussie children — as young as 14 — are already saving for a deposit for a home.
Some of WA’s top schools are adopting the American tradition of offering their students ‘class rings’ when they graduate Year 12, as a memento of their high school years — and some cost thousands.
A new exhibition pushes the boundaries of the children’s toy, imagining a post-apocalyptic world where communities of LEGO mini-figures live inside abandoned artefacts.
Despite their rubber soles, sneakers are making a lot of noise — and for some, a lot of money. Now, hardcore WA shoe fans are cashing in on demand for luxe, exclusive trainers.
Composer Rachael Dease had the apocalypse on her mind when she created her deeply personal first solo album, Hymns for End Times.
Iain Grandage, the festival’s artistic director, talks about navigating lockdown and why the program is a love song to WA.
A 100-hectare site east of Sydney's CBD, including the Hyde Park Barracks, Conservatorium of Music and Royal Botanic Gardens, has been heritage listed.
An independent investigation has found Collingwood guilty of ‘systemic racism’ and recommended significant changes to ensure the AFL club eliminates that ‘toxic’ culture.
Finding new pals is tricky and requires courage, say experts
Resilience is at the centre of the Aussie spirit and helped NSW overcome its unprecedented bushfire season in 2019-20, the state's Australian of the Year says.
Demand for cosmetic surgery and treatments has soared in WA since the arrival of the pandemic, with doctors reporting a three-fold increase in business and even a shortage of breast implants.
The organised artistic chaos that descends on the city each year always leaves its mark. Simon Collins details what makes Perth Fringe — the world’s third largest — such an immersive rite of passage.
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