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AFTER Jarrad Oakley-Nicholls became Richmond’s unlikely hero in his debut against Essendon in 2006, a long and fulfilling AFL career beckoned. more »
ANGRY students from Murdoch University’s Rockingham campus will publically voice their displeasure at not being able to study locally during a protest on Sunday. more »
PROSTITUTION should be decriminalised and the sex industry needs to be treated like “any other business”, says a sex worker. more »
EAST Perth Eagles coach Adam Forde is hoping his team's 2012 SBL grand final loss will spur a win against top of the ladder Geraldton Buccaneers. more »
DUNCRAIG’S Daniel Ricciardo rocked the world of Formula One with a decisive win in the Belgian Grand Prix – his third, and fastest, of the season. more »
BALDIVIS hurdler Shannon McCann has qualified for the final of the 100m hurdles at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow overnight. more »
AS Perth reaches a peak in its development, more time needs to be spent on negotiating the future of open spaces. more »
IN 2011, Courier editor John Dobson and former Courier photographer Neil Mulligan were given a revealing tour inside the walls of Casuarina Prison by Department of Corrective Services staff. more »
IT was six years ago, as a young media student, that I stepped into Bali’s notorious Kerobokan Prison in an attempt to come face to face with the infamous convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby. more »
ROCKINGHAM Kwinana Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for its night of nights, with final preparations under way for the prestigious Regional Business Awards. more »
THERE are some fascinating stories behind local businesses and as part of the Courier’s new feature, Behind the Counter we will be sharing them with readers. more »
IT is one of the region’s most prestigious and glitzy events – the annual Rockingham Kwinana Chamber of Commerce Regional Business Awards. more »
ARRIVING last month for our 15th annual family holiday on Rottnest Island at Fays Bay, my wife and I were very impressed with the presentation and standard of cleanliness of our cottage. more »
Today marks the 1st anniversary of Jenon Bitwot who drowned at Clayton's beach Mindarie. This is a poem I wrote in his memory. more »
I AM so tired, I am so very fed up and frustrated. more »
PAM QUATERMASS, who has been working in women’s health since graduating in medicine in the 1970s, says we should not be sucked into the hype we hear about celebrity women having children in their late 40s. more »
THE long awaited Headspace centre has opened in Rockingham, offering a range of frontline health services to young people all under one roof. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
SPANISH fashion retail giant Zara will open its first West Australian store on Thursday August 21 at Garden City Shopping Centre. more »
THE Telstra Perth Fashion Festival announced its 2014 festival calendar at its new home, the Perth Concert Hall, this morning. more »
FOR many, the idea of a guardian angel looking over their shoulder is a comfort, but for young adventurer and wannabe-Viking Josh, the guardians are Norse gods. more »
PRODUCTION Oh What A Night! seems to become even more popular with time, much like the music act it pays tribute to - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. more »
JAMES Percy always knew he wanted to be an actor and the role of Harry Potter was at the top of his list. more »
EVERYTHING Working Dog Productions touches turns to gold and the Melbourne-based team’s latest ABC eight-part series, Utopia, is proving no exception. more »
THEY championed Australian cinema, introduced us to barely-seen foreign and independent films, brought film festivals to us and supported artistic expression.
THE one thing this umpteenth telling of the popular oversized, talking, fighting turtle’s story has going for it, is that it knows it is silly. more »
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Perth Royal Show
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