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Xmas recycling works a treat

WMRC sustainability officer Nabilla Zayan and Earthcarers co-ordinator Amy Warne fill up for Christmas recycling.

CHRISTMAS presents are an opportunity to recycle more waste, say the environmental elves at the Western Metropolitan Regional Council in Cottesloe. more »

Top five Western Suburbs Weekly stories of the year

An artist

From closing the Station Street Markets to demolishing the Taj on Swan, 2014 was a huge year for western suburbs residents. more »

Wrecking ball for Taj mansion

BULLDOZERS could demolish the incomplete Panjak and Radhika Oswal $70 million mansion as early as next month. more »

Reaching out to homeless

MOBILE GP will be able to launch a two-year pilot program next month involving two nurses walking CBD streets to engage with homeless people – thanks to a $100,000 Impact100 WA grant. more »

Family’s tribute to Marc removed

All gone: Margot Malone and Marc Sprod’s son Milo are upset about the removal of decorations on a memorial to Mr Sprod.

HANDMADE Christmas decorations and a child’s drawings for his late father were removed from a beachside tree commemorating kite-surfer Marc Sprod in Cottesloe overnight on December 8. more »

Third times the charm

THERE were three weeks between Ceinwen Roberts accepting Rohan Hollick’s challenge to complete a triple crossing between Cottesloe Beach and Rottnest Island, and the duo actually swimming for 19 hours. more »

Detour on access road

CLAREMONT councillors want North East Precinct developers to consider options other than Graylands Road for an access road to Lot 505 to avoid traffic congestion. more »

Subiaco alone in appeal push

THE City of Subiaco yesterday lodged an appeal against its failed Supreme Court action over the State Government merger process. more »

Quick thinking saves a serious thinker

Jono Jones was fortunate to have Aspen Stuart-Cunningham, Chloe Marsh,  and Kerenza Bristol close by when he was injured.

FOUR people who helped Shenton College student Jono Jones after he fell 8m from a tree have received Gold Medallion bravery awards. more »

Uncertainty for sellers

Station Street Markets in Subiaco will continue trading until at least the end of February.

SUBIACO Station Street Market stallholders are “in limbo” because consideration of $80 million redevelopment plans have been postponed until February. more »

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