EXCLUSIVE: One Nation WA’s new president to shake things up

The new president of grassroots One Nation in WA wants the party to transform its reputation in WA. Party President Rod Caddies stood as a candidate in the Darling Range in the 2018 by-election, and plans to again in the future. He says the party is moving forward. “We still are right wing party, however…

EXCLUSIVE: Chung Wah Association WA President calls for prison sentences for racism

The Chung Wah Association WA President has called for prison sentences as the Minister for Multicultural condemns recent instances of anti-chinese sentiment in WA.  The Minister for Multicultural Interests, Paul Papalia, spoke in State Parliament on Thursday, saying that instances of racism were “repugnant.”  “I am sure we have all seen reports of students being…

EXCLUSIVE: Coronavirus Racism Expose Newsroom Diversity Issue

Watch the EXCLUSIVE STORY on “Sunday Evening News” William Suseno and his wife experienced coronavirus racism two weeks ago in a local shopping centre, when a man in his thirties approached them and hurled racist vitriol at the couple. William spoke out about the incident, saying he was disappointed in Australia. “I hope can change…

EXCLUSIVE: WA Greens & One Nation United Against Coronavirus Racism

The WA Greens claim they are “deeply disturbed” by the racist attacks against Chinese and Asian people in wake of the coronavirus, as abuse towards Chinese-Australian citizens remains in the state. The party’s south west member Diane Evers said it is a “fear tactic”, as a number of Chinese Western Australians faced abuse and were…

EXCLUSIVE: Targeted racism emerges in WA over coronavirus fears

WA’s largest Chinese cultural organisation has expressed concerns about racism towards Chinese Western Australians, following targeted incidents in the wake of the coronavirus. The Chung Wah Association of WA said the racial attacks were worrying to the Chinese community with one Chinese community member sending an email to the association detailing his personal story of…

Australia Parties Into Its First National Day Of The Decade

The largest citizenship ceremony in Australia was held in Wanneroo yesterday, as one thousand newly minted Australians sweltered in the heat. People from very cultural background said the words of the pledge to uphold Australia’s laws and defend the country. Speeches by the lord mayor of Wanneroo, Tracey Roberts, opposition leader Liza Harvey, premier Mark…

WA’s Top Cop Says Sorry To Aboriginals for Police Racism

WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson has apologised for “immeasurable pain and suffering” caused to Indigenous Australians by police, calling for an end to racism and bias towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Commissioner Dawson claimed in his NAIDOC Week speech police “played a significant role” that contributed to “traumatic history” as well as indigenous “mistrust”…

Aboriginal Archaeological Discovery Proves Longer History than Thought

The history of Aboriginal peoples living in Australia has been lengthened, after a new archaeological discovery proves they have been here for at least 65,000 years. This is about 18,000 years longer than the 45-47,000 years that Aboriginals were thought to have lived here by Archaeologists. The discovery was made by an international team, led…