Cummins puts cricket ahead of the pack on climate

Debates about sports sponsorship are not new, and we should expect climate change to be front and centre as our climate deteriorates further.

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Who’s going to pay damages for climate change?

One of the hottest topics of conversation heading into next month’s COP27 conference in Egypt is the development of a system of reparations for the damages and losses from the impacts of climate change that go beyond our ability to adapt. This may have b

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Perfect appeal record delivering for people with disability

Did you know that Legal Aid WA helps vulnerable West Australians who have been rejected from the National Disability Insurance Scheme? Legal Aid WA has already seen soaring numbers of people from across the state who want to appeal to the Administrativ

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Republican ESG scepticism flies in the face of the facts

US Republicans see political upside in their ESG scepticism, but calling Hurricane Ian a one in 500 year event flies in the face of the facts and the future.

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WACA goes in to bat for diversity

It’s the WACA’s efforts to promote diversity and inclusion within cricket that may have the biggest impact on the future health of the game.

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Mawarnkarra Health Service’s Perth outreach celebrates milestones

One of WA’s only Perth outreach services for an Aboriginal Medical Service (AMS) is celebrating two major milestones – its sixth year of operation and its first patient to receive a kidney transplant.

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The critical constitutional conversations ahead of us

While we pay our respects to Queen Elizabeth, we must prepare ourselves for the conversations that will define our national identity for generations to come.

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Quitting coal? Just go west

Coal towns have been the driving force behind the industrial revolution across the world for centuries. So how do we return the favour as the world moves on from coal power? A small WA town is providing a strong example.

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Green King Charles no republican pushover

Having taken up the cause on climate years before it was popular to do so, King Charles may connect with the community in a way few of us predicted.

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Resourceful Mind boosts miners’ mental health

For mining workers based in WA’s remote regions, there can be many challenges to mental health and wellbeing. Working away from family and friends can be tough, and many people aren’t comfortable talking about the challenges of mental health – especial

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