Quality journalism by ECU students

ECU Daily

Netball royalty moves west

Netball royalty moves west

Shae Bolton, Student reporter

August 15, 2013


Filed under News, Sport and Lifestyle

Another season, another lamentable ladder position for the West Coast Fever in the ANZ netball championship. Since their inaugural year in 2008, the Fever have not finished higher than 7th in the 10 team competition. It was clear greater experience and expertise were required to revitalise the squad. Enter...

Best beards of ECU

Best beards of ECU

Kally Borg, Student Reporter & Production Editor

August 15, 2013


Filed under News, Slideshow

  It’s no secret, beards are in. Everyone from hipsters to historians seems to be rocking extra facial fuzz lately. Some cultures find that beards signify wisdom and dignity, others relate beards with dirtiness, and some believe that all men with beards should wear leather and ride a Harley....

Dockers annihilate hapless Giants

Dockers annihilate hapless Giants

Wes Milburn, Student reporter

August 15, 2013


Filed under News, Slideshow, Sport and Lifestyle

// [<a href="//storify.com/Wezza19/dockers-annihilate-hapless-giants" target="_blank">View the story "Dockers annihilate hapless Giants " on Storify</a>]...

Reading, writing, risoni?

Reading, writing, risoni?

Sam Tilbrook, Student broadcaster

August 14, 2013


Filed under News

The WA Heart Foundation says it supports the Australian Medical Association’s concern that a lack of kitchen skills is contributing to obesity. However, as Sam Tilbrook reports, the Foundation says that’s not the only problem. Podcast Powered By Podbean ...

Inside football’s “Royal” family

Inside football’s “Royal” family

Justin Fris, Student reporter

August 14, 2013


Filed under News, Showcase, Sport and Lifestyle

A single poor decision or disposal can be the difference between winning and losing in football. But this pressure fails to deter the coach of the East Perth Royals colts, Clint Ernst, who is responsible for moulding WA football’s ‘royal family’. When you enter the Royals’ inner sanctum,...

Two crayfishers rescued

Two crayfishers rescued

Michael Donnelly, Student broadcaster

August 14, 2013


Filed under News

Two men have been rescued off the coast of Shark Bay after their cray boat broke loose from its anchor late last night. Michael Donnelly reports. Podcast Powered By Podbean...

Bombers fans stand by their team

Bombers fans stand by their team

Laura Grubisa

August 14, 2013


Filed under News, Sport and Lifestyle

Essendon fans are standing by their team despite charges being laid against four key club figures. The charges were laid last night by the AFL against the club following a seven-month investigation. Laura Grubisa reports. Podcast Powered By Podbean ...

No-fishing zones prompt anger

No-fishing zones prompt anger

August 13, 2013


Filed under News, Uncategorized

Plans by the Federal government to ban fishing and drilling in the waters off WA’s south coast have drawn criticism from both the fishing industry and environmentalists. Fishers say ‘no-take’ zones are unfair, but conservationists argue the government’s plan doesn’t go far enough to protect...

Quality journalism by ECU students
News