The Street Doctor is a wonderful service treating homeless and marginalised people in our society. This festive season spare a thought for those less fortunate and the amazing people that run community organisations such as this.
Connections Nightclub is putting on her sparkly shoes because she is turning 40! This fabulous venue is the longest running club in the southern hemishere and ‘home’ to many of Perth’s LGBTIQ community and their affiliates. See our photos here and read about being fab at 40!
A year ago a Perth woman decided to collect sanitary items and underwear for homeless women in Perth and WA. She was surprised when it went viral and they were inundated with donations. It’s on again this October! Read on for Lenny’s story and to find out how you can help.
Do you ever wonder why the dates for Easter change each year? It is all to do with the moon and is explained further in this guest post from our favourite astronomer, Galaxy Girl. There is also a lunar eclipse on this weekend so grab your chocolate and settle in for a night of gazing upwards.
This weekend is a special one on the stargazing calendar as you will be able to see the moon and two of the planets all from your own backyard. We get so caught up in our lives and our world but there is a whole lot of other planets, stars and galaxies out there. This guest post from Galaxy Girl discusses just that…
Tonight is a special night on the stargazing calendar, tonight Mercury and Venus align and you will be able to see it from your backyard. Galaxy Girl has contributed this post, the first of the year for Seasons Online.
The Ruah Centre is a homeless drop-in centre in Northbridge, Perth. It has been operating for more than 50 years and provides much needed services to those who are doing it tough. People can drop in for information, a shower, a bite to eat, a Drs appointment, or just a refuge from the streets.
Access to sanitary products is something most women take for granted. But for women who are less fortunate it is often overlooked. That’s why an amazing local lady has started a campaign to gather donations for women in need, and it’s become more popular than she could have ever imagined.
The words we choose can have a lasting impact. They can be the difference between confusion and understanding, hatred and love and cruelty and empathy. This statement is especially true for our trans brothers and sisters. In this article we explore the issue of vocab and the power of words.
Music makes people smile and it brings people together. Catch Music is an organisation which does just that. All skill levels and backgrounds are welcome as people get together each week at 9 sessions across Perth to play music and have fun in an inclusive environment. Everyone is welcome.
She makes beer, she co-owns and runs a successful brewing company, she is passionate about her industry and is president of the ‘Pink Boots Society: an organisation which empowers female beer professionals. Introducing Jayne Lewis, our first fabulous person!