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Merger fight goes to Supreme Court

Local Government Minister Tony Simpson.

CLAIMS by councils led by Subiaco that the State Government acted unlawfully in the lead-up to mergers will be heard by Supreme Court Justice Wayne Martin next Wednesday. more »

Designer Davenport moves with the times

Liz Davenport in the process of shutting up shop in Nedlands.

AFTER 28 years, the iconic Nedlands headquarters of fashion designer Liz Davenport will be empty. more »

Russians call for cooperation on MH17

The MH17 crash site. Picture: Getty Images

THE Russian Community of Western Australia (RCWA) has issued a statement offering its condolences and calling for international cooperation in the wake of the MH17 disaster in Eastern Ukraine. more »

Murdoch University touched by tragic airline crash

Murdoch University mourns former staff member Nick Norris who was killed in the Malaysia Airline flight 17 crash.

FORMER Murdoch University staff member Nick Norris has been remembered by colleagues after he was killed when Malaysia Airlines flight 17 crashed in Ukraine. more »

Thief at sea in storm

A THIEF took a near-new $500,000 boat from Fremantle and out to sea off Perth during storms last Monday. more »

Thieves target church chalice

Holy Rosary Church in Nedlands was robbed yesterday.

THIEVES have robbed a Nedlands Church of at least one $5000 gold cup used in Catholic masses and worship. more »

Prior girls opportunities

Jen Prior with daughter Emily (7). Emily and her twin sister Reese have received direct and indirect assistance from Telethon.

KINGSLEY mother Jen Prior knows all too well the difference Telethon can make in young lives. more »

Stroke of good fortune

 National Diabetes Week ambassador John Rando says a stroke was the wake-up call he needed to manage his diabetes.  Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au d422419

HAVING a stroke and “almost falling off the perch” was the best thing that ever happened to Subiaco lawyer and Diabetes WA ambassador John Rando. more »

Strike causes hospital "internal emergency"

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital workers brave the rain to protest outside the Nedlands hospital this morning.

A CODE yellow, or “internal emergency”, was today issued at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH) in response to Health Services Union (HSU) WA strike action. more »

Markets to rise up

Planning Minister John Day announces the scheme amendment on Friday. Photo: Sophie Clapin

PLANNING Minister John Day last Friday approved a planning scheme amendment to allow a controversial 16-storey tower to be built on the old Pavilion Market site. more »

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