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PART of the proposed Centro North development in Subiaco is set to recognise the work of the late Subiaco councillor Meg Sheen. more »
PROFESSIONAL golfer James Carr finished first with a score of five under par 67 in windy conditions at the recent Ronald McDonald House Charity Pro-Am at the Mt Lawley Golf Club. more »
GENEROUS donations from Iona Presentation College and John XXIII College have resulted in an abundance of hampers, gifts and food for the Claremont conference of St Vincent de Paul Society. more »
STAFF at Lady Lawley Cottage in Cottesloe recently took their reputation as saviours to another level when they delivered thousands of dollars worth of goods to a Bali orphanage. more »
BEING born with no arms has not stopped Josiah Kappert from wanting to lead a full and active life. more »
STUDENTS at Christ Church Grammar School donned boardies for a cause recently to raise money for the Surf Life Saving Foundation. more »
THE Mad Hatters are on a mission to raise money for the WA Cancer Council in West Perth. more »
THE maiden voyage of traditional surf lifesaving boat Stephen Slattery on Sunday was a bittersweet occasion for Floreat resident Colin Slattery who donated the boat to the City of Perth Surf Lifesaving Club in memory of his brother’s heroism. more »
ANNOUNCING Perth Royal Show train services is the fun part of the job for Midland-Fremantle line passenger service manager Mike Watts (61). more »
PERTH Wildcats basketballers have been busy launching the Smith Family’s 2009 Christmas Appeal at the charity’s central Perth offices. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Dog Refuge update.