EMERGENCY departments in WA will become busier over the next five years with the highest demand coming from older citizens, according to a recently tested forecast model.
RESEARCHERS say Australian guidelines and rebates for diagnosing diabetes should be updated, after they revealed there is a quicker and better test for detecting the disease in remote communities.
High school students from across the Goldfields region discovered a range of science and mining related careers on 12 June 2015 at the annual Girls & Guys Exploring Mining Forum (GGEM) in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Three filmmaking workshops have been held in Broome, to help budding filmmakers develop the technical and creative skills required to produce a short film for the inaugural MUD AND SALTwater SHORT FILM FEST in September this year.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL work at Fremantle Prison is helping illuminate significant differences in how early Swan River Colony administrators treated Aboriginal and Euro-Australian inmates.
PERTH and Fremantle should look to Europe for inspiration on how to become sustainable 21st-century cities, according to Fremantle Mayor and sustainability expert Brad Pettitt.
THIS week the WA Museum’s Dr Zoe Richards considers the importance of examining the Kimberley with a fine tooth comb in an effort to gather marine biodiversity data to inform decision making.
TODAY Dr Brett Molony from Department of Fisheries, WA delves into the sensitive topic of untargeted marine species being collected during commercial fishing operations in WA waters and he encourages people to put this issue into the context of what makes up a sustainable fishery.
AS AN astronaut and Commander of the International Space Station (ISS), Colonel Chris Hadfield circled the Earth 4,600 times—and never grew tired of seeing Western Australia cresting the horizon.
THEY say time waits for no man but David Gozzard might have found a way to at least tame it.