Life, Law & Culture
The UN of Football in Life, Law & Culture
If you love the world game, call by Bruce Lee Oval on South Street, Beaconsfield on a Saturday afternoon to see the most wonderful assortment of talent on show, from all around the world. Neil Rose, one of the players, explains what happens and how it has come about.
Did Indigenous warriors influence the development of Australian rules football? in Life, Law & Culture
There are aspects of Australian rules football that never fail to puzzle the uninitiated.
Little poems of ship names – mismatched and serendipitous pairings in Life, Law & Culture
Jo Darbyshire writes about her work on recycled book covers and the ships that provide inspiration.
The 2017 Fremantle International Portrait Prize in Life, Law & Culture
The Fremantle Portrait Prize was the brainchild of Dale Neill, a distinguished Fremantle portrait photographer and is now the fastest growing photography award in the country.
SHIPS THAT PASS in Life, Law & Culture
Jo Darbyshire is about to open a new exhibition exploring shipping and the WA coast at PS Art Space in Fremantle.
Post-apocalyptic in Life, Law & Culture
It's no joke, We're in more trouble, Than Ned Kelly, And not an iron mask in sight.
The Uthando Project: Touching hearts, bringing play to life in Life, Law & Culture
Each year hundreds of dolls are made by volunteers in fremantle and shipped to the Port of Durban, Natal.
Crest-risen in the Supreme Court in Life, Law & Culture
Fremantle artists Trish Bygott and Nathan Crotty bid for and won the highly competitive tender to produce the State of WA’s Coat of Arms.
Hugh Mackay: the state of the nation starts in your street in Life, Law & Culture
People who live in Fremantle and visit Fremantle get it, that the city, all the wards, all the suburbs, are a network of communities.