A world-first Deakin study has revealed how early trauma in birds affects their ability to memorise songs that are crucial for their survival – and how this could have implications for human development.
This is not your ordinary college-boy-gone-bad type of movie. The film focused on Spencer Reinhard, a very creative student who always wished for something to come along and change his life. Spencer joins forces with the mischievous Warren Lipka, a college athlete who seems frustrated with how mindless America can be.
On Saturday October 6, Vinnies, Red Cross Shops, Salvos Stores and DoSomething launched the first national ‘Big Spring Clean’ clothing drive. Organisers encouraged people to take good-quality unwanted clothing down to their local op shop on the day.
Popular cast members of the Emmy nominated comedy show Whose Line Is It Anyway? Colin Mochrie, Brad Sherwood and Greg Proops are coming to Perth for their new show Whose Live Anyway? an evening of extraordinary improvisational comedy.
Act-Belong-Commit Zig Zag Festival Community Arts Festival is set to return to Kalamunda on Sunday October 28. The festival is new and improved, and bigger and better than before!
Lucy’s new show explores stereotypes, her own desires, and recounts her full history with the opposite sex, leaving it up to the audience to determine whether she should ever date again.
Ten of WA’s local talents will take to the stage at two of the city’s own venues, Fremantle’s newest live local music venue Rock Rover, and the newly revamped The Aardvark.
John Edward, the world’s foremost psychic medium, returns to Australia for his national tour ‘Evolve’ this October and November. The performance includes question and answer sessions, messages from loved ones from the other side and much more!
Our current fashion climate is fuelled by the constant desire to have what is new and ‘in style.’ There is a pressure to keep up with the latest fashion trend; we need to wear whatever is in season. This desire to be up-to-date and the fear of being ridiculed for being left behind has created an environment where we rely on fast fashion.
YMCA HQ is determined to bring together new and passionate young Hip Hop artists with their latest project. On Saturday October 6th, the Drug Aware YMCA HQ Leadership Group will hold IMPACT, the latest project to include culturally diverse in the culture of Hip Hop in Perth.