Sport Fishing Initiative Hoping To Attract Tourists To WA

A sport fishing bonanza set to benefit Perth and regional Western Australia thanks to the installation of offshore Fish Aggregating Device (FAD), with hopes the device can boost WA’s tourism. The move will give recreational boat fishers throughout the state a chance to ‘join the race’, as the floating fish beacon has the ability to…

Migrant boat sinks off the coast of Tunisia killing at least 65

By Helene Fung A boat carrying migrants hoping to escape warring Libya capsized in the Mediterranean Sea about 40 miles off the coast of Tunisia, killing at least 65 people on board, making it one of the deadliest shipwrecks this year involving migrants trying to make their way to Europe. The United Nations High Commissioner…

$8 million dollars more funding towards shark mitigation

Shark mitigation strategies are still at the forefront of the Labor Government’s funding announcements, with an additional $8 million dollars committed on top of $4.7 million already funded. Keeping water users safe at iconic metropolitan WA beaches will mean increased Surf Life Saving WA helicopter, drone, beach and jet ski patrols from September to April…

Sculpture By The Sea Stuns Cottesloe Beachgoers

It’s that time of the year again! The annual sculpture by the sea exhibition is underway at Cottesloe Beach, with plenty of artistic displays to inspire the public’s imagination. Overall, there were 73 sculptures in the exhibition, created by 77 artists from 18 countries. The exhibition will continue until the 19th, March, 2018, a total…

Bolivia sue Chile at Haya’s International Court

In Paris, the Bolivian delegation headed by Foreign Minister David Choquehuanca, met with his legal team to deliver the text to the court, following the timetable set by Bolivian president, Evo Morales. This process has been followed closely by the Chilean Foreign Ministry, once known as the Bolivian text. Until only a week ago it…