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A GLENDALOUGH mother (50) witnessed her 23-year old and 29-year-old sons stabbed on a boardwalk jetty near Powis Street, Lake Monger, at about 1.20am on Monday. more »
SILENCE swept the room as Methodist Ladies’ College graduate Tian Beckett spoke of her journey overcoming abject poverty as an orphan in China to become a world junior cycling champion. more »
COTTESLOE ratepayers concerned about their council’s support for a G5 merger will get a special meeting with their councillors on a date yet to be organised. more »
CLAREMONT swimmer Rebecca Smith is pushing her body to the limit to help save an endangered species. more »
WEMBLEY Vets Football Club’s American recruit Chris Bassett says he enjoys AFL as much as American football since joining the club two years ago. more »
YMCC Hockey Club juniors Rebecca Adamson (12) and Alannah Klages (12) will get to play finals for the first season this year. more »
THE innovative retail and artistic space at The Myre Project will have been operating for just two weeks tomorrow and already the town is buzzing with praise for the initiative. 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 »
BUSINESSWOMAN Fleur Allen has used experience she gained from promoting artist clients for the past six years to establish a new business networking concept. more »
APPROACHING its 25th anniversary next year, KV Tai Chi is still going strong, hosting classes in Floreat, Bateman, Riverton and Doubleview. more »
DEAN Rummer is a businessman with a lot of interests. more »
MICHAEL Sutherland is my MP. I emailed him to find out where he stood on the Premier’s contentious anti-sharks policy. more »
IT was reported last week that no local government councils would be permitted to hold a referendum with respect to the Government’s proposed amalgamation, this in the face of the promise that there would be no forced amalgamations. more »
THANK you for the January 21 edition article headlined “Fire fallout smoulders” by Rosanna Candler about the fire in Underwood Avenue bushland on January 11. more »
CHILD and Adolescent Health Service inaugural Chair of Allied Health Catherine Elliot says her new role will help make meaningful and lasting change in the lives of WA children. more »
WHEN she started gymnastics, Ayesha Razvi (9) says she thought flipping in the air was the scariest thing in the world but soon it felt as natural as breathing. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
Perth Fashion Festival favourite Jaime Lee took home the coveted Most Innovative Designer of the Year Award at last night's glittering Western Australian Fashion Awards (WAFA) held at the State Theatre Centre. more »
A SIMILAR signature runs through all of Aurelio Costarella’s garments, giving them a timeless, classic appeal with a twist. more »
WITH shows in five states already sold out and an extra added in both Melbourne and Brisbane, Illy says he is at ease in the lead up to The Cinematic National Tour. more »
KATE Miller-Heidke has sung Happy Birthday over the phone to more than 50 fans and has more celebratory wishes scheduled for the rest of the year. more »
WATCHING a Dame Agatha Christie whodunit live on stage is better than any murder mystery party you might be invited to. more »
THE squeal was audible a couple of suburbs away when third year music theatre students at WAAPA were told a season of 60s rock musical Hair was part of this year’s program. more »
SO MANY films deal with the human experience of transitions: from childhood into adulthood, passive to heroics, but it is the little explored transition into retirement that gets a look-in with Bright Days Ahead. more »
DOING even less for the promotion of Australian tourism than the scrapped “Where the bloody hell are ya?” campaign, writer/director Greg Mclean takes us back to Wolf Creek where the murderous, tourist-hating Mick Taylor (John Jarratt) lurks. more »
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