Tori Wilson formerly covered community, arts and science at Business News, along with startups, breweries, health and education. Tori joined the team after a stint as a regular freelancer for Premium Publishers in Northbridge. She completed a double degree at Curtin University in 2017, majoring in marketing and professional writing and publishing. She left Business News in 2018.
As the only artist to claim a space at Cottesloe’s Sculpture by the Sea for each of the event’s 14 exhibitions, Ratimir Marijan (Ron) Gomboc has created his largest sculpture yet for the seaside display.
Former Wesfarmers chief executive Richard Goyder is set to take over the role of WA Symphony Orchestra chairman, succeeding Janet Holmes a Court who has been at the helm of the organisation for the past 20 years.
Coinciding with the launch of Cottesloe’s 14th Sculpture by the Sea, Rio Tinto has awarded its prestigious $50,000 Sculpture Award to NSW artist Harrie Fasher, with two Western Australian artists also claiming prizes for their seaside works.
Julia Hales is a pioneer for the state’s arts and disability community, as shown by the fact she has brought together three of the state’s key arts organisations to co-produce her latest play at the State Theatre.
A review of Western Australia’s health sector has found an increased spend in preventive measures and an expansion of telehealth technology would be among several changes needed to ensure a sustainable system.
Woolworths’ liquor arm has resigned from the Liquor Stores Association of Western Australia, following the association's support for state government plans to restrict the growth of large liquor stores, such as Dan Murphy's and First Choice.