There are calls to scrap the report card because they don’t provide meaningful feedback. “I don’t think we just need to throw them out straight away, but I think we need to rethink whether or not the way we do reporting at the moment is fit for purpose,” Glenn Savage, associate professor at UWA told […]
Workplaces are changing with the aging population – millennials make up around 50% of the workforce, and within 5 years the over 40s workforce will decline by 20%, while Gen Z will add 2.5 million people. So how do you manage the changing demographics of your workers and appeal to those with money to spend? […]
One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson says The National Party is “no longer the party of the bush” after the party failed to support her Protecting Australian Dairy bill. Oliver Peterson spoke with Pauline Hanson about her push for a minimum milk price.
A petition has gathered over 2000 signatures against the removal of the intersection at Tonkin Highway and Hale Road in Forrestfield. Initial plans from Main Roads replace the intersection with a flyover which wouldn’t allow vehicles to enter or exit the highway from Hale Road. Forrestfield resident Andrea Pike is campaigning against the removal and […]
As we mark Remembrance Day, Steve and Baz spoke about one the most synonymous sounds associated with the milestone day, the Bugle. Dr Paul Williams from the Sir Zelman Cohen School of Music at Monash Uni told Steve and Baz that when he was in the RAAF band he would get very nervous before playing […]
A marine studies teacher has expressed concern about a so-called 400 metre rule as part of the State Government’s review of boating safety rules. A recent discussion paper has put forward 12 proposals – including allowing vessels to carry no mandated safety equipment within 400 metres of shore. However experienced skipper and marine teacher Wayne […]