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A GROUP of Baldivis residents in Rivergums estate have joined forces to prevent developer Cedar Woods from continuing what group member Pamela Madden had dubbed “a scorched earth policy”. more »
CITY of Rockingham chief executive Andrew Hammond is set to begin discussions with the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) and Rockingham Wild Encounters over the future of the Mersey Point jetty. more »
LOCAL employment agency Bridging the Gap will target Kwinana’s high unemployment rate in an innovative way after it was granted funding by the Ministry for Human Services through the Local Solutions Fund. more »
The Kwinana Tigers Hockey Club U13 team. more »
CUTTING out all sugar, dairy products and carbohydrates from her diet has been worth it for Rockingham fitness model Shelley Calvert. more »
THE Secret Harbour Dockers have started the season with a series of wins and a three-year partnership with the Department of Housing’s new Golden Bay estate. more »
DEVELOPMENT applications, housing development and a major problem with parking will see Subiaco become Perth's ghost town if something does not change dramatically.
AN ambitious recasting of the City of Perth as an enlarged capital that gobbles up 19 of the 30 existing municipal bodies could drive efficiencies saving ratepayers up to $80 million, according to Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi. more »
MENTION the suburb of Ashfield in a conversation and most people would ask where in Australia it was. more »
WE know it and now it’s been proven – Rockingham people are very generous. more »
BRAND has some of WA’s highest rates of unemployment and long-term joblessness but if Tuesday’s Jobs and Skills Expo is any indication, people want to work. more »
THEY’RE the tiny French delicacies that have overtaken cupcakes as the king of fashionable baked goods - but why pay anywhere from $2 to $4 for a macaron in your local cafe when you can make your own? more »
ON Sunday, my neighbour returned from her hospital shift to find her home had been broken into and vandalised. more »
IN response to the article by Laura Tomlinson headlined “Port project tainted by live export row” (Courier, January 11) isn't it time to prioritise the rights of animals? more »
IN response to the article headlined “Tighter eligibility rules level field” (Courier, January 11), how did Gary Gray ever get elected? more »
THE number of women in Rockingham and Kwinana who have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) is on the rise, says Woodbridge Women’s Clinic midwife Meg Nielsen. more »
A BERTRAM grandmother who is the full-time carer for her autistic grandson and his sister has urged parents of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to join a Kwinana support group. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
KATE Cummins and Bridget Hudson have fashioned a role in the pop-up phenomenon sweeping across Perth. more »
COOLBELLUP creative and humanitarian Tricia Ray is spreading her message through a powerful tool dear to many women’s hearts – fashion. more »
MYSTERY isn’t a word you’d usually associate with a rough and ready rock and roll band like Sydney’s legendary Rose Tattoo, especially when it comes to notoriously upfront singer Angry Anderson. more »
THE BIO for You Am I’s latest tour labels drummer Rusty Hopkinson as an indie-rock journeyman, but if you think that sounds unfair, be careful before you point the finger at a lazy PR person. more »
JUST being a teenager is so often fraught with delight and dread, with problems that seem insoluble and tend to take over one’s life. more »
APPROPRIATELY making its Australian debut on May 17, Norway’s National Day, the WA Ballet production of La Sylphide, by little-known Norwegian composer Herman Severin Lovenskiold, is a special delight.
VIVA Espanol! The 16th Spanish Film Festival is on its way to Cinema Paradiso for another program of classic and contemporary cinema. more »
A HUSBAND and wife team of research scientists at UWA are inciting a buzz about bees. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Dog Refuge update.