Life, Law & Culture
Review – Pipe Organ Plus Concert in Life, Law & Culture
The Jarman brothers, at the height of their AFL footballing fame with the Adelaide Crows, were known respectively as 'Hands'…
Australia’s longest standing Street Arts Festival marks 20-years: line-up in Life, Law & Culture
The Fremantle International Street Arts Festival (FISAF), will be returning to the streets of Fremantle this Easter long weekend to…
Homeless numbers will keep rising in Life, Law & Culture
Homelessness is a nationwide issue, including in Fremantle, and recent research suggests one of the causes of an increase especially in the over 65 age group, is a reduction in available public housing.
Free concert double pass in Life, Law & Culture
Subscribe here now to win. One lucky FSN subscriber will win a double pass to the first of four concerts…
Uthando Project in full swing in Life, Law & Culture
We have previously reported on the inspiring project of women, from many doll making groups, including Fremantle, in making and delivering dolls to children in Africa. This video brings you up to date with the latest shipment. Watch now!
‘Eau’ The Story in Life, Law & Culture
Water is life. Without water we cannot survive. Wherever men and women live it is a non-negotiable and essential element.…
Poached Eggs in Life, Law & Culture
A poached egg by any other name may possibly be the same. But it'd need to be a poached egg, not a pale simulation of a poached egg. So what is a poached egg and how should it be made and served in breakfast restaurants and cafes?
One Day In Fremantle – The Great Date Debate! in Life, Law & Culture
Last Sunday, 28 January 2018, saw the City of Fremantle promote, for the second year running, a celebration of Australia on a date close to, but alternative to, the formal celebration of Australia Day on 26 January. As in 2017, people again turned out in droves to The Esplanade to mark the occasion.
A modern and united Australia must change the date in Life, Law & Culture
Increased momentum around changing the date of Australia Day reflects a growing sense that January 26 is symbolic of the Australia we used to be, not the Australia we hope to become.