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OFTEN, the first step towards seeking help is the hardest, says Counselling 101 owner and counsellor Abir Roz. more »
FRUSTRATED by the lack of fun and contemporary clothing, toys and gifts for new-borns and children, local mother Anna Abelha was inspired to open her own store, Funky Kids, in 2004. more »
THE service does not stop when you drive out of the Melville Mazda car yard, says new vehicle manager Jason Dornford. more »
IMAGINE not being able to leave your house for fear of having an attack of vertigo so severe that it feels like the whole world is spinning out of control. more »
DELICIOUS food, quality wine and fantastic company are three of the greatest pleasures in life – so treat your senses at the Avon Valley Gourmet Food & Wine Festival. more »
EXPERIENCE the benefits of group outdoor personal training with Step into Life today. more »
FOSTER carers from across WA came together to learn from one another, find inspiration and have some fun at the recent Fostering Partnerships Festival. more »
I’VE Got a Little List is a celebration of the collaboration of W S Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan and astute young theatre manager Richard D’Oyly Carte, says The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of WA’s president Max Page. more »
BRIGHTEN the lives of children in need while working in a dynamic, volunteer-driven environment at your local Save the Children Op Shop. more »
BASED on the novel by Elizabeth Fensham, Goodbye Jamie Boyd is a powerful multi-art form performance presented by Buzz Dance Theatre and Monkey Baa Theatre. more »
BRIGHTEN the lives of children in need while working in a dynamic volunteer-driven environment at your local Save the Children Op Shop. more »
BASED on the novel by Elizabeth Fensham, Goodbye Jamie Boyd is a powerful multi art form performance presented by Buzz Dance Theatre and Monkey Baa Theatre. more »
BEFORE winter takes hold, it’s important to have your vehicle serviced and checked by experienced mechanics. more »
INDULGE mum this Mother’s Day with a $79 massage package exclusive to Ella Bache’s Subiaco Skin Care Centre. more »
WE’RE giving people a place to listen and transform the way they understand music today by introducing them to the Sonos system, says SoundLab Sonos Centre manager Joel Quioc. more »
ACT quickly to enrol for term two drama classes at the Helen O’Grady Drama Academy. 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 editor Denise Cahill with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Dog Refuge update.