Archive for month: July, 2021

China, Climate Action, Emissions Trading?
In a step significant in symbolism, China has launched an emissions trading scheme to combat the climate crisis. It’s due…
Has Pegasus Hacked Your Mobile?
How does the Pegasus spyware work, and is my phone at risk? By Paul Haskell-Dowland, Edith Cowan University and Roberto Musotto,…
Westport On WA Infrastructure Strategy
Infrastructure WA has today released Foundations for a Stronger Tomorrow, its first draft State Infrastructure Strategy which is now available…
Latest On The California – Some Crew Off And Some Crew On
WA Health is reporting two new cases of COVID-19, as part of its daily reporting cycle. These cases – two…
In Honour Of The Humble Terrazzo Tile: The Underneath/Overlooked Exhibition
The 10 Nights In Port Walyalup/Fremantle Festival is in full swing, made more exciting by our lovely wintry weather. Freo…
RO-RO Land – The Port Awash With Vehicles
Now, if you’re looking for a real Freo thing to do, pack your family and friends into your car and…
Light a birthday candle for our green friend!
With several weeks of winter squalls incessantly whistling over Arthur Head and licking the streets of Fremantle’s West End, it’s…
Places I Love – Brickwrecks: Sunken Ships in LEGO®Bricks at Fremantle’s Maritime Museum
We all have different childhood memories about our toys. There is however one commonality in most of our minds: LEGO®.…
Aussie Opinion Polls On China
Opinion polls about China in Australia have proliferated First, there is the Lowy Poll, which has been running since 2005.…
The Port Beach Barrage Continues
Here’s a photographic essay, by Jean Hudson, on how Port Beach is faring in all this stormy and windy weather…

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