Last month, women in Kalgoorlie celebrated International Women’s Day in the company of Rosie Batty who travelled to the town and attended a number of local organisations and events. During her time she met with community members, women who have or are experiencing...read more
Kristy Boyle has found her place creating and sharing beaded costume jewellery, based from home. With buying trips to Bali, market stalls in regional Western Australia and a growing online presence, Kristy looks forward to a bright future for her business. My little...read more
By Holly Edwards Smith Getting your license is one of the most exciting times in your young life. Having the freedom to travel where you want and not have to rely on others or work around public transport is liberating. We are taught so much about the road in this...read more
Whether working SEPWA or on the farm, as a Fire & Rescue Service Volunteer, playing hockey or training for her next ultra marathon, Gemma does it with passion, enthusiasm and energy. Growing up in the south east of WA, attending boarding school, undertaking a degree...read more
Standing tall for mental health By Fleur Chapman Bold, brilliantly blue trees are appearing across our nation. From Wilgoyne and Mukinbudin, to Moora, Walkaway, Jurien Bay, Uduc and Williams in Western Australia, across to St George in Queensland and Young in NSW, a...read more
By Marie Redman If passion could be bottled, then Marie Redman would be sought after by famous perfume houses and marketing executives across the world. Marie oozes an enthusiasm and dedication to the promotion of Western Australia’s Great Southern region. Whether it...read more
By Renee Manning It started in Merredin. After moving around the south west, Kirsty Mackenzie is back and, along with sister Adelle, is pursuing her creative dream. Kirsty Mackenzie’s journey has taken her from being born in Merredin, to Perth, to Albany, to Mount...read more
Wine industry minnows swim together By Cathy Howard Small wine producers are the heart and soul of the Australian wine industry. They are the innovators, the risk takers. They are genuine, often family owned, and Cathy wants to share their real story with others....read more
The Power of Networking Caroline is passionate about networking in the wheatbelt. Whether talking to your neighbour or talking to another business owner, Caroline Robinson recognises the power of networking in the community and across regions. Social networking is...read more
Welcome to a vibrant mix of gold rush history, grand colonial buildings and immense mining operations, surrounded by some of the most dazzling spring wildflowers and eerie gold-rush ghost towns. SOURCE + IMAGES Tourism Western Australia ‘Kal’, as the locals call it,...read more
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