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Monday 18th February @ 1045 hrs from Port Klang (MY)
DEPARTURE Tuesday 19th February @ 0600 hrs for Sydney
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WIN TICKETS TO KWONGKAN in Life, Law & Culture
Kwongkan journeys from ancient cultures, through the present and into a future where the next generation struggles to save the…
Coastline at Shark Bay
Shark Bay: A World Heritage Site at catastrophic risk in Life, Law & Culture
The devastating bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef in 2016 and 2017 rightly captured the world’s attention. But what’s less…
2019 Fenians Festival, 22 – 24 February 2019 – Book Quickly! in Life, Law & Culture
This time last year the first Fenians Festival kicked off with a commemoration of the arrival of the last convict…

Plastic Coated Fruit & Veg – Save us!

Have you seen how much fruit and vegetable produce is wrapped and packed in plastic? We at FSN prefer to buy fresh local organic produce from farmers' markets, but when we go to our local specialist Green Grocers shops, many take our choice away by wrapping preselected quantities in metres of plastic! Perhaps it’s a less-than-clever way to force us to buy more than we would otherwise select, but we object! We don’t want to take home and have to dispose of unwanted foam trays and cling wrap, we just want to buy what we need. We notice that New…
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
Seen around Bathers Beach in Seen in Freo
Bathers Beach & Fishing Boat harbour are the perfect locations for a lazy sunny afternoon. The place actually belongs to the seagulls, but they allow humans to share it with them at times.
Person's feet from behind in Converse Chuck Taylor shoes walking along a road
Health Check: do we really need to take 10,000 steps a day? in Life, Law & Culture
Regular walking produces many health benefits, including reducing our risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and depression. Best of…
Is social housing essential infrastructure? How we think about it does matter in Life, Law & Culture
We know that safe, adequate, affordable and appropriate housing is essential for our health, well-being and social and economic security.…
NowHere: The Decisive Moment in Life, Law & Culture
Welcome to 2019. Time for change. Humanity has pushed the earth into an entirely new geological epoch called the Anthropocene.…

Castaways Sculpture Awards

The City of Rockingham is delighted to announce the Castaways Sculpture Awards will return bigger and better than ever in 2019. The awards will run from Saturday 26 October to Sunday 3 November at the Rockingham Beach Foreshore. Since 2008 Castaways has been the City’s signature arts and culture event, which celebrates artistic innovation and environmental awareness. The nine-day outdoor exhibition features approximately 50 stunning sculptural works that are created from repurposed materials. In 2019 Castaways will comprise three simultaneous exhibitions. The main Castaways Sculpture Awards Exhibition and the Schools Exhibition will both be on display at the Rockingham Beach…
Art history and Fremantle culture in Life, Law & Culture
During and after the America's Cup in the 1980s, artist Roger Leevers gained an iconic following of fans who used…
Don’t Miss ‘Ghosts Of Fremantle’ in Life, Law & Culture
Perth based arts/music collective, Genrefonix return to the atmospheric Fremantle Prison Theatre with a multimedia show featuring original horror music…
Going to ground: how used coffee beans can help your garden and your health in Life, Law & Culture
Did you know that your morning cup of coffee contributes to six million tonnes of spent coffee grounds going to landfill every year?

Now Christmas is done, what on earth should you do with the tree?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: deciding what to do with your Christmas tree. If you bought a plastic tree, you might have already made the commitment to store and reuse it next year. However, if you were just looking at the greenhouse gas credentials of Christmas tree options, a full life cycle analysis indicates you’ll need to reuse that plastic tree at least 20 times to break even. So you had better store your plastic tree really carefully (even if you are prepared to accept it might be a little bedraggled by 2038, and no longer even…

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