Treasurer Scott Morrison unveiled his first Budget last night with few surprises. Leaks to the media as to what the Budget would contain came good — smokers will pay more, multinationals will find it harder to avoid paying tax on their profits, and upper-middle income earners will be spared the pain... READ MORE »»
The ninth WAAPA in the park, held on Saturday 19 March, demonstrated once again the amazing talent of WAAPA students.
The free outdoor concert was held at Ron Stone Park, just next door to the ECU Mount Lawley campus. The annual event that showcases WAAPA talent would not be possible without ... READ MORE »»
Twitter celebrated its 10th birthday this week, and many happy returns, we say.
Twitter was founded on the 21st March 2006 and has 320 million monthly active users and sometimes will get up to 1 billion visits monthly.
But how has Twitter lasted 10 years?
Catherine Archer, lecturer in t... READ MORE »»
Yet another Telstra network outage has hit this morning, the second to affect the network in the last four days, after a national failure last Thursday which affected over 8 million services.
While Telstra has said they have resolved the issue, many on social media continue to report they cannot make... READ MORE »»
It seems the latest body trend could potentially have the ability to permanently ruin your eyesight. Who would have thought that tattooing your eyeballs could actually be dangerous? The procedure is also known as eyeball inking, which involves the injection of coloured dye into the white of the eyes,... READ MORE »»
A man with blue tattooed eyes pokes his tongue out at Tattoo Week in 2014.
With lifestyle and health trends taking the world by storm, a do-it-yourself food craze has encouraged people to get creative with their meals.
Home-made dips, chips, soups and cakes abound, but home-made cheese – well, you can do that yourself too.
The connoisseurs at Cheese.com, a database... READ MORE »»
Perth will play host to more than 6000 university students participating in the Australian University Games (AUG) this week, with 170 athletes from ECU alone, ready to take on students from 42 universit... Read More »
Despite their strong start, the East Perth Royals crumbled in Saturday’s WAFL match against Peel Thunder, with a 36-point margin placing Peel fourth on the ladder.
Whether it was last week’s events... Read More »
Peel Thunder’s midfield out-muscled East Perth to produce a resounding 36 point win and strengthen their finals hopes in Saturday’s WAFL match at Medibank Stadium.
The 13.11 (89) to 7.11 (53) victory... Read More »