MSWA provides vital support and services to people living with all neurological conditions in Western Australia. This includes people living with multiple sclerosis (MS), stroke, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, motor neurone disease and acquired brain injury, to name a few.
If the bauble-clad trees and endless carols in every shopping centre haven’t already alerted you, Christmas is just around the corner. And this year, Lights of Christmas presented by Paynter Dixon and created and produced by AGB Events is celebrating 10 years of bringing families, friends and communities together. Every night from Thursday 5 December to Christmas day, St Mary’s Cathedral will be lit up with vivid, Christmas-themed projections, accompanied by nightly choral performances.
Travelling with a toddler involves a bit of planning, lest you become the pale-faced parent running around the airport asking people if they’ve seen a kid, about yea high, wearing a dinosaur jumper. From the trenches, Emma Castle shares her foolproof tips. (more…)Read More
The Polynesian Cultural Center is located on the scenic North Shore of O‘ahu and is open Monday through Saturday from noon to 9pm. At the six island villages, the “Go Native” activities let visitors test their skill and courage.