Protesters outside Deep Yellow’s annual general meeting said the company must end its plans to mine uranium at Mulga Rock on the land of the Upurli Upurli people. Sam Wainwright reports.
The WA government has taken the Australian Nursing Federation to the Industrial Relations Commission in a bid to stop the union from voting on its latest enterprise bargaining agreement offer. Chris Jenkins reports.
The Iranian community is still standing strong in solidarity several months on from the Iran protests sparked by the murder of Jina Mahsa Amini in Iran. Petrina Harley reports.
The Australia Nursing Federation Western Australia is conducting yet another online poll on an inadequate government pay offer. Chris Jenkins reports.
Members of the Australian Nursing Federation WA are set to start day-long work stoppages as part of their enterprise bargaining agreement negotiations with the state Labor government. Chris Jenkins reports.
Barry Healy reports that thousands of people from across Perth attended a vigil in Midland to commemorate the life of 15-year-old Noongar man Cassius Turvey.
Pro-choice activists protested outside an anti-abortion conference organised by Coalition in Defence of Human Life. Alex Salmon reports.
A Fremantle Pride Protest has been called by several LGBTIQ organisations for November 20 to support queer rights. Nova Sobieralski reports.
More than 500 people rallied to show their solidarity with the pro-democracy movement that has erupted in Iran. Alex Salmon reports.
It was always ambitious to try and overhaul WA’s biggest union in one election and Team Fenn did well considering the incumbent’s resources. Chris Jenkins reports.
Perth's Black Swan Theatre Company has raised the profile of sport-related concussion in a new play, Barracking for the Umpire and by organising a public forum on the subject. Barry Healy reports.
Abandoning and demonising our most vulnerable children must end. Western Australia can lead the way by reforming its child bail laws and ensuring children can remain with their families where possible, argues Gerry Georgatos.