There is no such thing as ‘life returning to normal’ anymore. Whether we like it or not, this year will be about change, both large and smaller scale. What matters is how you welcome that.
In what has been a massive year for the State’s leaders, the most influential people of 2021 may come as a surprise.
There have been many names making headlines this year but who stood apart from the crowd? Jenna Clarke’s series on WA’s people of the year continues.
I’m not too sure how many years I can refer to as a ‘bin fire’ before SULO starts knocking on my door for royalties. But 2021. What a wild ride it has been for pretty much everyone.
There have been many names making headlines this year but who stood out from the crowd? Jenna Clarke’s series on WA’s people of the year continues.
Changing for the better was a consistent theme in WA in 2021 as these four high achievers displayed. Jenna Clarke continues her series on our people of the year.
From musicians to politicians to a notorious criminal, this is our first instalment of the West Australians who have had the most influence in the past 12 months.
Remember when the main issue the week before Christmas was worrying how inappropriate or intoxicated your least favourite uncle would be on the big day? Omicron is 2021’s drunk uncle, here to ruin the holidays.
It seems that 2021 may have been the toughest 12 months the modern day royals and Old Blighty have encountered.
Ever heard of a bloke called Narcissus? Heck, you’ve probably even dated a few of his distant cousins (raises hand) and not even realised the connection.
Riddled with arthritis, barely enough teeth to chew and a tummy bloated with a few too many rashers of bacon — our family dog had crossed the rainbow bridge.
Women’s bodies, since the dawn of time or $8 women’s magazines (whatever came first), have always been seen through strict, rigid lenses.
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