It was a place that welcomed families in the day and prostitutes in the night. But after 41 years, and long before McDonald's and the kebab shops took hold, Perth's first 24/7 restaurant has closed its doors.
Can you re-create art without the artist? An iconic Iwan Iwanoff brutalist-style home in Perth's western suburbs has been rebuilt using the original 1960s blueprints, and the results are striking.
Dozens of budding musicians perform at one of Perth's most popular live music venues as part of a drive to support girls in the music scene.
Should Perth go the way of Hong Kong and Singapore and brighten up the city skyline with colourful light displays?
With some help from social media, Australians with a thirst for spirits are fuelling a rush on juniper berries, with one grocer seeing demand double in the past 12 months.
It's been 20 years since the closure of Perth's only open-range zoo, where thousands of people once visited for a suburban safari experience with displaced circus animals.
More than 2000 deaths have been linked to asbestos mining at Wittenoom, but tourists are still paying money to visit.