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THE community of Kwinana will be “fundamentally changed” if the State Government’s proposed merger of the City with the neighbouring City of Cockburn goes ahead, according to South Metropolitan Region MLC Lynn MacLaren.
NEXT Generation Kings Park's $1.5 million changeroom upgrade has been damaged by flooding after a fire broke out at the facility about 7pm last night.
COTTESLOE police have had enough of Halloween pranksters in expensive Peppermint Grove and say they will crack down on youths’ unwanted activities during the pagan celebration next Friday. more »
NEW Zealander Ryan Fox won the WA Open at Cottesloe Golf Club last weekend. more »
JOINING the West Coast Waves for the 2014-15 Women’s National Basketball League season is bittersweet for Queenslander Sarah Graham. more »
DUNCRAIG’S Daniel Ricciardo has conceded his shot at this year’s Formula One world title is all but dashed after finishing seventh in Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix. more »
THE former Royal Perth Hospital Shenton Park rehabilitation facility could remain dormant for a few years to come but there are some interesting plans for the site. more »
SOMETIMES a whisper is louder than a shout.
If you are thinking of selling your home by auction, I hope you were not watching Channel Nine last night.
COTTESLOE House of Riches manager-valuer Caroline Jones (35) is the first graduate valuer in Australia. more »
AFTER baking all night for her new Wembley shop Sugarplum Sweets, Flavia Harris says just one compliment will give her a buzz that no amount of caffeine can imitate. more »
ROOF repairs at Lords recreation centre have not dampened the spirits of Accent Physiotherapy. more »
I AGREE with Colin Hughes’ letter in the October 7 edition that alcohol kills so many people and damages peace of mind in a society, standards of decency and social values. more »
Following my letter in the September 30 edition, the Subiaco place manager did contact me at the time my letter went to print and consequently we had a meeting to discuss it and a separate letter I sent to the council chief executive, to which the ma more »
WHAT’S happening in Subi? The answer is not much and getting less (The carnival is over, Western Suburbs Weekly, September 23). more »
THE dreadlocks have gone, but Ashleigh Brazill’s fundraising total continues to grow. more »
MONNIA Volpi-Wise will use her Perth Convention Bureau $10,000 City of Perth scholarship to bid for Perth to host the next International Conference on Stillbirth, SIDS and Baby Survival. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
THE Telstra Perth Fashion Festival ends tonight with Zhivago set to rock the runway in style after their Galvanised - Ultimate Showstoppers sneak-peek on Friday night. more »
SPANISH fashion retail giant Zara will open its first West Australian store on Thursday August 21 at Garden City Shopping Centre. more »
THERE are those in this world who were destined to do what they do, and Justin Timberlake was born to be on an arena stage. more »
GRIT-POP trio The Kin are a success story - one of being in the right place at the right time. more »
WRITER Tiffany Barton, of Hilton, never expected the profound and healing effect the Pilbara red dirt would have on her when asked in 2009 to script a collaborative work with indigenous and non-indigenous teenagers of Roebourne and Karratha. more »
CHRISTEN O’Leary would walk over hot coals to be in a Joanna Murray-Smith work, so she jumped at the opportunity to be in the Australian playwright’s one-woman show Bombshells for Brisbane Theatre Company three years ago. more »
PRIDE is the kind of sentimental drivel I usually have a physical reaction against. more »
Chagall Malevich screens as part of the Russian Resurrection Film festival in November. more »
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