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Cirque’s Toruk is Avatar history

Cirque’s Toruk is Avatar history

Andrew Fewster, ECU Reporter

September 18, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Cirque du Soleil’s Toruk, inspired by and set in the world of James Cameron’s Avatar, is coming to Perth in November. Set thousands of years before the events of Avatar and before humans came to Pandora, Toruk – the First Flight – tells the story of a quest to save the Tree of Souls, told...

Spirit Walker snubbed by Turnbull.

Spirit Walker snubbed by Turnbull.

Marley Amphlett, ECU Reporter

September 18, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Clinton Pryor ’s most immediate goal is to “rest and get back into normal life.” He was disappointed by the reception he received from PM Malcolm Turnbull  after he completed his Walk for Justice from Perth to Canberra. The 27-year-old embarked on the journey just over a year ago from Matagarup/Heirisson...

New York style love on screen

New York style love on screen

Apanda Anyuon, ECU Reporter

September 10, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

This month Luna Cinemas will be screening a much acclaimed and intriguing psychological mystery family drama called, The Only Living Boy in New York. Titled after the 1970 song by Simon & Garfunkel, The Only Living Boy in New York tells the tangled story of a young college graduate who engages...

Street Hockey? Get the puck outta here!

Street Hockey? Get the puck outta here!

Marley Amphlett, ECU Reporter

September 4, 2017


Filed under Sport and Lifestyle

“The biggest draw card of the SRHL is the social aspect. The vibe is one of cooperation over competition.” -Spuddy Carville

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Diversity on the runway

Diversity on the runway

Ashleigh Melanko, ECU Reporter

September 4, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Indigenous Artist Peter Farmer and Sandra Rives, designer from local label Red Opium, will showcase their fashion collaboration, Chirriger Collection, at the Telstra Perth Fashion Festival (TPFF) on Saturday 9 September. Most of their designs will be worn by Indigenous models in the show, in hopes t...

Is Perth vulnerable to terrorist attack?

Is Perth vulnerable to terrorist attack?

Andrew Fewster, ECU Daily Reporter

August 28, 2017


Filed under News

Barcelona, Manchester, Turku, it seems like every week there is another terrorist attack claiming more innocent lives. Even Australia has experienced the horror, with the Lindt Café siege in Sydney in 2014 and the shooting of Curtis Cheng in 2015. Unlike the spectacular Twin Towers attack on 11 September,...

Food.Arts.Divinity

Food.Arts.Divinity

Vesh Arumugam, ECU Reporter

August 28, 2017


Filed under Sport and Lifestyle

Walking around the Bell Tower and Barrack Street Jetty on the Swan River can be a multisensory experience, especially when the breeze disseminates the scintillating fragrance of mixed Indian spices from Annalakshmi, the riverside restaurant that serves Indian vegetarian cuisine with a “pay what you...

What’s On: Spring things

What’s On: Spring things

Danielle Blanch, Reporter

August 27, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

You can’t complain there’s nothing to do in Perth this Spring. With delicious local food, art exhibitions, adult Disney escapades and handmade craft markets throughout the month, you’ll be scrambling for more spare time. West Coast Bake Flour Market The Flour Market is heading back to the West...

What’s On in September?

What’s On in September?

Andjela Ergic, Staff Reporter

August 21, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Not sure what to do this September? Don’t fret, ECU Daily has you sorted with a list of events, coming up in the next month. From concerts to expos, free chocolate and everything in-between, you will be sure to find something to help you beat the blues this grizzly winter. Free Chocolate Yes...

‘Sharing the Love’ on community radio

‘Sharing the Love’ on community radio

Marley Amphlett, ECU Reporter

August 21, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

RTRFM 92.1 community radio is celebrating its 40th year on the air in Perth and to help cover the costs of running the station, it has just hosted its latest annual Radiothon. Radiothon, that ran from 11-20 August, encourages listeners and supporters to 'Share the love' by pledging donations either...

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