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ALTHOUGH most public submissions agreed the former Subiaco Pavilion Market needs redevelopment, Subiaco councillors are concerned that the proposed building has excessive height, bulk and scale. more »
THE sun is the most requested destination in the universe by visitors to Scitech’s Horizon planetarium but for its manager Jeff Harris, the location has always been a bit of a bore. more »
HYDROPONIC marijuana was allegedly grown in two hidden rooms at a Pandora Drive, City Beach home before a police raid about 8.10am last Thursday. more »
SURF Life Saving WA will host its Surf’s Up holiday program at Cottesloe Beach from January 20-22 from 8.30am to 10am. more »
NORTH Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club (NCSLSC) is fast becoming the training ground for elite sporting teams. more »
CLAREMONT resident Frank Main will represent Australia for the first time at the hockey Junior World Cup in Delhi this month. 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 »
ENTREPRENEUR and Claremont resident Alexsandra Guinan is the driving force behind a chauffeur service for women only. more »
MEMORIAL Hall has reopened after undergoing 14 months of renovations and non-profit group MosArts is using it as a fresh start. more »
MT Claremont resident Rob Bates-Smith will appeal against a Claremont Council decision rejecting his application for a new small bar in St Quentin Avenue. more »
IN response to the article headlined “Differing views on way forward for Subi, Western Suburbs Weekly, November 12), I agree with your article – Subiaco will be a different place in 10 years, and it certainly doesn't need to lose its charm in more »
AS a former bus driver, I am very concerned about all the violence that our taxi and bus drivers are subjected to in this modern era. When you see bus drivers in cages and taxi drivers needing camera protection, we have a very serious problem. more »
NEDLANDS council voted 7-6 at the council meeting on October 22 to bring back chemical spraying of our streets. 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 »
WHEN parents David Kelly’s and Susie Biggin’s son committed suicide in 2007, they did not know much about Lifeline. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
A SIMILAR signature runs through all of Aurelio Costarella’s garments, giving them a timeless, classic appeal with a twist. more »
LINNEYS assistant creative director Justin Linney loves the coastal lifestyle and can be found most summer weekends either surfing or taking his boat across to Rottnest Island with a group of friends. more »
DESPITE conducting Collegium Symphonic Chorus’ annual performance of Handel’s Messiah for more than 10 years, Dr Margaret Pride is still excited by the 270-year old piece of music. more »
SAYING goodbye is difficult but outgoing West Australian Symphony Orchestra principal conductor Paul Daniel will close his five-year tenure at the company in style as he leads his final Symphony in the City this Saturday. more »
THREE renowned Perth artists have teamed up to showcase their individual works and support Parkinson’s WA this Christmas. more »
IT is easy to understand why Como actress Jenny Davis has such a deep appreciation and fondness for the works of Charles Dickens. more »
WHAT better way to hook in an audience than with a title like that? more »
BELOVED inner-city deli The Re Store, with its imported liqueurs, house-made pasta and arguably Perth’s best continental rolls, is one of few shops to strike an emotional response in customers. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Cat Haven update.
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