The World’s Greatest Shave Marks 20th Anniversary

The 20th anniversary for the World’s Greatest Shave is happening this week across Australia, with more than 20,000 participants colouring, cutting or shaving their hair and donating to the leukaemia foundation. Over the last 20 years, more than 1.9 million people have coloured, cut or shaved their hair, all raising money and supporting the people in…

City of Cockburn limit on local bottle shops

The City of Cockburn has received unanimous support after their decision to limit the number of bottle shops to two per local shopping centre. Compelling evidence from several Australian studies shows increased levels of alcohol are detrimental towards public health and safety. This move will prevent an increase in the availability of alcohol. Logan Howlett,…

Wave Energy to Create Jobs in Albany

Albany is set to become a hub for renewable energy expertise and jobs, as the McGowan Government announced the successful applicants for a wave energy technology project and research centre. Carnegie Clean Energy has been awarded $15.75 million as a contribution towards the wave energy technology project, which will involve the installation of a large-scale…

Steps closer to suspended animation reality

US Scientists have made new steps forward after reviving a cryogenically frozen organism. Over 60 years of trials the preservation of bodies and brains in a state of suspended animation has only been achieved in individual cells… Until now. The Science Journal ACS Nano published an article about US researchers successfully thawing and reanimating frozen…

Facebook: Has The Bubble Burst?

It’s well known that social media giant Facebook is one of the most recognised social media platforms in the world- But is it the beginning of the end? A recently released study conducted by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project, concludes that around 1 in 4 American Facebook users are planning to…