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Wikileaks Assange and Freedom of the Media in Life, Law & Culture
On Thursday, the Justice Department charged Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, with multiple counts of violating the 1917 Espionage…
Reflection on Life With and Without Cars in Life, Law & Culture
Cars were rare in the small coastal town where I spent my early years. When one of us free range kids noticed one heading our way the cry “Car! Car! Car!” would go up and the gang would rush to the road to stare as it tonked past.
These 5 foods are claimed to improve our health. But the amount we’d need to consume is… a lot in Life, Law & Culture
We often hear eating specific foods can help prevent disease. But these claims are best taken with a grain of salt (or tumeric). The benefits are likely only if we eat them in really huge quantities.

SHACtivate! – Is Underway

Sustainable Housing for Artists and Creatives (SHAC) is a unique creative community near Fremantle, opening its doors to the public with a series of events that run from 18 May until 2 June. SHAC, in partnership with Access Housing Australia, is part of the new WGV Eco Village in White Gum Valley. The cooperative features homes specifically designed for artists and creatives, and two new creative studios CoLab 1 and CoLab 2, are open to the community to hire. WGV is internationally endorsed as a One Planet Living Community, only the 11th project in the world to receive this recognition…
Seen at HMAS Success – Freedom of Entry March in Seen in Freo
A great, wet morning in the City saw the Mayor, Dr Brad Pettit grant the freedom of the City to the Success, who was in Port on her last visit. Many of the denizens of the City braved the weather. Not mere fair weather sailors, these!
Seen on Remembrance Day in Seen in Freo
A moving Service to commemorate the centenary of the Armistice that ended WWI brought together many generations, each making the occasion memorable in their own way.
Seen at Maritime Day in Seen in Freo
Everything happened on Maritime Day Sunday 28 October 2018
Winter Warmer: The Freo Winter Coffee Ritual in Life, Law & Culture
In the weekend just gone we had three surprises. First, Bob Hawke died. It was sad news which took the…
Coming Soon – PARU by the Spinifex Hill Studio Artists in Life, Law & Culture
Don’t miss this exhibition of Indigenous art, presented by Artitja Fine Art Gallery, which opens 24 May 2019 at Earlyworks,…
SNEAK PEEK #2 in Life, Law & Culture
Each week we’ll be featuring an artist included in the Help the Homeless Art Auction. This week the featured artist is ceramist Amanda Shelsher.

The 2019 Castaway Sculpture Awards call for entries

The City of Rockingham is encouraging artists to make a submission in the City's annual Castaways Sculpture Awards before entries close at 4pm on Monday 3 June 2019. Castaways is set to run from Saturday 26 October to Sunday 3 November 2019 at the Rockingham Beach Foreshore. Castaways is the City’s major arts and culture event and will feature sculptural works created from recycled and repurposed materials and presented at the newly revitalised Rockingham Beach Foreshore. In 2019 Castaways will comprise three simultaneous exhibitions. The main Castaways Sculpture Awards Exhibition and the Schools Exhibition will both be on display at…
Fremantle to Bali Warm Up in Shipping News
Fremantle Sailing Club has invited the Australasian Sailing Community to start preparing. Fremantle Shipping News is pleased to pass on the latest from the Sailing Club.
Hurry To The Hami Hill Sustainable Home Open in Life, Law & Culture
Chris Ferreira, through his company The Forever Project, has been a leading exponent of sustainability in Western Australia for over…
Breaking Up Facebook – and Instagram and What’s App in Life, Law & Culture
Chris Hughes, a co-founder of Facebook, and now a co-chairman of the Economic Security Project and a senior adviser at…

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