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ALARMING new research that shows almost 20 per cent of young Australian men do not think life is worth living highlights the urgent need to address their mental health. more »
WHILE welcome, last week’s drenching rain has not alleviated the need for significant investment in coming years to supply the burgeoning northern suburbs with enough water. more »
AN independent statutory body is needed to oversee the management of municipal waste if Perth is to cope with the waste generated by its rapidly growing population. more »
THERE’S speech and there’s drama. more »
LIVING in WA, we are all too familiar with our increasingly dry climate. Over the past decade, the Water Corporation has worked hard to ensure the provision of sustainable water supplies into the future. more »
BASHING federal politicians has become something of a national sport during the 43rd national parliament. more »
KEVIN Rudd had more than a passing interest in the canonisation of Australia’s first saint, Mary MacKillop, in Rome in October 2010. more »
DEVELOPMENT applications, housing development and a major problem with parking will see Subiaco become Perth's ghost town if something does not change dramatically.
It was wonderful to hear the voices of elderly Perth citizens on radio last week.
COMPARED to many other commuters, Stirling drivers have had it pretty easy when it comes to paid parking, but this has led to other problems. more »
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