Life, Law & Culture
Did Indigenous warriors influence the development of Australian rules football? in Life, Law & Culture
There are aspects of Australian rules football that never fail to puzzle the uninitiated.
Little poems of ship names – mismatched and serendipitous pairings in Life, Law & Culture
Jo Darbyshire writes about her work on recycled book covers and the ships that provide inspiration.
The 2017 Fremantle International Portrait Prize in Life, Law & Culture
The Fremantle Portrait Prize was the brainchild of Dale Neill, a distinguished Fremantle portrait photographer and is now the fastest growing photography award in the country.
SHIPS THAT PASS in Life, Law & Culture
Jo Darbyshire is about to open a new exhibition exploring shipping and the WA coast at PS Art Space in Fremantle.
Post-apocalyptic in Life, Law & Culture
It's no joke, We're in more trouble, Than Ned Kelly, And not an iron mask in sight.
The Uthando Project: Touching hearts, bringing play to life in Life, Law & Culture
Each year hundreds of dolls are made by volunteers in fremantle and shipped to the Port of Durban, Natal.
Crest-risen in the Supreme Court in Life, Law & Culture
Fremantle artists Trish Bygott and Nathan Crotty bid for and won the highly competitive tender to produce the State of WA’s Coat of Arms.
Hugh Mackay: the state of the nation starts in your street in Life, Law & Culture
People who live in Fremantle and visit Fremantle get it, that the city, all the wards, all the suburbs, are a network of communities.