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The Other L Word

The Other L Word

Scoop Magazine (Autumn 2016)

Everyone’s felt it: that emotion that grabs you and won’t let go, taking over your life. And no, says Sami Shah, we’re not talking about love…

Perth's Tinder Diaries

Perth's Tinder Diaries

Scoop Magazine (Summer 2015)

A sexy tool for cougars bedding boys half their age or 30-somethings looking for Mr Right, this one-swipe dating app is changing forever the way we date, mate and control our fate.

The Parent Trap

The Parent Trap

Scoop Magazine (Summer 2015)

WA women are leaving it longer than ever before to become mothers. But should they be waiting till they’re ready? And is a last-ditch bid to ‘have it all’ worth the price?

Taking the Piss

Taking the Piss

Scoop Magazine (Spring 2015)

Appearing on TV with your personal idol? For comedian Sami Shah, the audience wet themselves laughing... there was just this one wee problem.

Good Karma

Good Karma

Scoop Magazine (Spring 2015)

John Spence – founder of the Karma Royal Group, and the man behind the $20 million Rottnest spruce-up – believes the island, and WA as a whole, represents some of the best tourism real estate anywhere on the planet. As told to Anna Warwick.

Ice Warrior

Ice Warrior

Scoop Magazine (Spring 2015)

After delivering one too many babies to heroin-addicted mothers, obstetrician George O’Neil turned instead to treating the women themselves using a controversial drug called Naltrexone. Now, his powerful addiction treatment program is having promising results in the fight against WA’s Ice scourge.

The Great Debate

The Great Debate

Scoop Perth Guide (Aug-Nov 2015)

Tension between cyclists and motorists is well documented in Perth, and both sides have engaged in the blame game. But with the number of serious crash incidents on the rise, talk is turning to action. So, is change up to the individual or the law? Does Perth need to be more cyclist friendly?

Better then a cure

Better then a cure

Scoop Magazine (Winter 2015)

Billionaire tech-heads are funding research to find an antidote for ageing and extend human life expectancy beyond 100 years. On the frontline, doctors are fighting premature death by addressing lifestyle-related chronic illness, while a team of Perth businessmen and doctors has launched Ionic, the next wave in preventative medicine. The common conclusion? Prevention is the best medicine.

Inspiring Exports

Inspiring Exports

Scoop Magazine (Winter 2015)

West Australians making waves here and overseas.

Night at the museum

Night at the museum

Scoop Magazine (Winter 2015)

In a nondescript, eastern suburbs warehouse, a huge and spectacular (but little known) collection of artefacts is under wraps. Scoop brings you this sneak peek inside the WA Museum’s Collection and Research Centre.

A Grave matter

A Grave matter

Scoop Magazine (Winter 2015)

Our biggest military engagement since World War II has been largely forgotten… Now, in telling the story of WA man Brian Cleaver’s quest to locate a mass grave, an Oscar-nominated filmmaker recalls the battles of Coral and Balmoral.

Out Loud: Sami Shah - F**k off, we’re full

Out Loud: Sami Shah - F**k off, we’re full

Scoop Magazine (Winter 2015)

It took a WA country town to wear down city slicker Sami Shah...

Political warrior

Political warrior

Scoop Magazine (Winter 2015)

From high office in Canberra to the High Court of Australia, there is perhaps no more experienced political and legal hand in WA than Ian Viner. Here, he recalls duels in the corridors of power, his regret at lost progress in Indigenous affairs, and hopes for the legacy of the Fraser years.

The Good Ol’ Days

The Good Ol’ Days

Scoop Magazine (Winter 2015)

Historian Eddie Marcus uncovers strange-but-true events from WA’s past.

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