Archive for month: September, 2019

Interview with Madelaine Dickie
Madelaine Dickie may not be a household name yet, but we have little doubt this young Australian author, published by…
The UK Supreme Court ruling on suspending parliament is a warning for Australian politicians
The UK court decision against Boris Johnson's move to prorogue, or suspend, parliament could set an important precedent for Australian governments that try to do the same thing.
The ban on live sheep exports has just been lifted.
The ban on live sheep exports has just been lifted. Here’s what’s changed
Independent observers will be on board the ships exporting live sheep to keep an eye on animal welfare.
Castaways on Again!
The Rockingham Beach Foreshore is set to be transformed during the return of the City of Rockingham’s Castaways Sculpture Awards,…
From Little Things Big Things Grow – A Citizen Initiative
Paula Amaral and Audrey Bolger, two Arts Centre Precinct residents in the City Ward of the City of Fremantle, are…
Interview with Jennifer Jackson
Jennifer Jackson set up Paper Bird in the Moore’s Building at 46 Henry Street, Fremantle - right next to the Moore & Moore Cafe and Contemporary Art Gallery, coming up 4 years ago.
Sheep Ships Shoot Off
The live sheep trade is live again after a hiatus. Freo is the local Australian port of departure. Here are our shots of the Al Messilah and the Brahman Express (partly obscured by the Vacamonte tanker/refueller) livestock carriers in port this morning.
Big Clean Up At Bathers Beach
The Sea Shepherd people were kindly at it again on Sunday, collecting stuff you wouldn’t believe - or maybe you…
Not One But Four Exhibitions!
FAC has four new exhibitions opening tonight. Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award is back. From 6:30pm tonight, view works from 56 finalist from across the…
Keeping the city cool isn’t just about tree cover – it calls for a commons-based climate response
This story is part of Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 250 news outlets to strengthen coverage…