Life, Law & Culture
From Fremantle to Durban – the Uthando Project continues… in Life, Law & Culture
A short ‘photographic essay’ showcasing some of the wonderful people involved in this project.
As Harry Potter turns 20 in Life, Law & Culture
The Harry Potter series has been celebrated for encouraging children to read, condemned as a commercial rather than a literary success and had its status as literature challenged.
Help the Homeless Art Auction Saturday 17 June in Life, Law & Culture
Soroptimist International of Fremantle is delighted to present the eighth annual Help the Homeless Art Auction at the Fremantle Town…
Writing the WA wheatbelt, a place of radical environmental change in Life, Law & Culture
In two 30-year periods, an area in WA roughly the size of England was stripped of native vegetation for farming. It has produced some of our finest writers.
Songs of the Sea in Life, Law & Culture
The Lost Quays are a popular 11 voice male choir dedicated to singing sea songs and shanties. How more Fremantle…
Movie Review – The Zookeepers Wife in Life, Law & Culture
Written by MB The maxim, 'Man's inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn' is never far from mind throughout this…
Movie Review – Jasper Jones in Life, Law & Culture
Written by MB Let me say right off, I just loved this movie. Arthouse in the very best sense of…
Mrs Samsons of Fremantle – book now for Heritage Week in Life, Law & Culture
This Heritage Week make sure to see the historic Fanny's Cottage/Samson Family Museum in Cliff Street. The museum will be open to the public on two mornings in May to present “Mrs Samsons of Fremantle".
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.