Archive for year: 2019

Shifting the Pendulum
The Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP is the Commonwealth Minister for Indigenous Australians, the first Indigenous Australian to hold this…
What is a ‘mass extinction’ and are we in one now?
The Earth has experienced five periods of mass extinction. Scientists can't quite be certain yet, but they're fairly sure we're now well into the sixth.
Is your coffee order sustainable?
Freo has its own coffee culture. No doubt about it. One question lingers, with the coffee flavours, though - How sustainable is our coffee culture?
Republic of Fremantle – Interview With John McVeigh
We suspect most Freo People saw the huge white banner overhanging Cantonment Hill a couple Friday’s back, proudly proclaiming ‘The…
Lucky By The Ocean – Wednesday Night Sundowners at Kidogo Arthouse
Fresh from launching his album of Hank Williams songs recorded with Paul Kelly, Vika and Linda, Tex Perkins, Kasey and…
Going Organic, Getting Organic
If you love food and want to find good, fresh ‘organic’ food in and around Fremantle, at a good price,…
Coffee Culture – Freo Style
Now, I know this is dangerous territory to enter upon, that is, defining, or attempting to define, Fremantle’s coffee culture.…
Standing Wave – Fremantle Biennale 2020
Many will have previously been on a guided tour of the decommissioned HMAS Ovens, an Oberon class submarine from the…
Waterlicht – The Opening of Fremantle Biennale 2020
Wow, what an opening to the Biennale! Studio Roosegaarde, from The Netherlands, has, over Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, presented a large-scale light installation illustrating the universal power and poetry of water.
Jon Sanders sails into town
Here’s Jon Sanders aboard his yacht Perrie Baneau II passing through Fremantle’s Inner Harbour yesterday, as Jon commences his 11th solo round the world voyage. Amazing man, amazing boat. Bon voyage, Jon Sanders.

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