UWA students out selling Prosh


Selling Prosh are Joshua Van Breukelen, Austin Gear, Casey Kerr and Issi Leunig.
Selling Prosh are Joshua Van Breukelen, Austin Gear, Casey Kerr and Issi Leunig.

HUNDREDS of UWA students in fancy dress are collecting for WA charities by selling the annual Prosh satirical newspaper across the westerns suburbs, Perth and Fremantle this morning.

Motorists, pedestrians and dog walkers are being bailed up to buy the paper, which features a range of humorous stories.

Topics tackled and sometimes mixed together in the paper include Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, staff cuts at the university, Elizabeth Quay, a WA fizzy lager and Kevin Spacey’s version of the political drama House of Cards.

Charities supported by Prosh this year are Headspace mental health in Osborne Park, high-risk pregnancy supporter Tiny Sparks WA, Foodbank, Bicycles for Humanity and the Starkick football team of special needs children.