The Labor candidate for next month’s state by-election in Darling Range has been found to have inconsistencies in her stated qualifications, Colleen Yates indicated in her LinkedIn social-media profile that she had completed an MBA degree. However, the University of Western Australia has responded to inquiries by WA Today, confirming that Ms YATES’ MBA studies […]
Yawning is generally triggered by several things, including tiredness, fever, stress, drugs, social and other psychological cues. These are generally well documented and vary between individuals. Gareth spoke with Yossi Rathner, Human Physiology Lecturer, Swinbunre University of Technology. Press play to hear the full interview.
The Group Certificate could be a thing of past with a tax return shake up and the digital age taking over. Paul Drum from the CPA says: “things have changed a lot over the last few decades. I remember back in my first group certificate in the 1980s, you asked about what tax were we […]
Jack Darling kicked a career high six goals in the West Coast Eagles win over Richmond on Sunday and fellow forward Josh Kennedy says it’s been exciting to see his teammate thrive. “This year he’s put himself in so many more opportunities to take a mark or have a shot on goal… He’s been putting […]
Former Perth schoolboy Henri van Breda has been found guilty of the murder of his father, brother and mother and the attempted murder of his sister in their luxury home in South Africa. Cape Town’s EWN Reporter Monique Mortlock gave Chris her eyewitness account of the trial. Picture: Cindy Archillies/EWN
The West Coast Eagles convincingly defeated the reigning Premiers and one Eagle had the tough job of shutting down Brownlow Medalist Dustin Martin. Mark Hutchings spoke with Paul Hasleby and Mark Readings about the challenge of facing Dusty and about being named one of Perth’s hottest singles.