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Rotto island guides call

Ted Zappara needs more Rottnest guides.

THE Rottnest Voluntary Guides Association (RVGA) is struggling to fill its rosters for early 2015 and needs to recruit 35 new guides. more »

Trio take trip into app creation

Triplify founders Damien Hatton, Matt Fontana and John Daniels.  Picture: Andrew Ritchie    d428908

THE trio behind travellers what’s on guide app Triplify is close to securing a $500,000 investment to expand the concept. more »

Liquor licensing policy streamlined

Subiaco made adjustments to its new Liquor Licensing Policy last week.

SUBIACO Council removed the “unnecessary and onerous” Public Interest Assessment (PIA) requirement from its new Liquor Licensing Policy last week. more »

Family’s courage inspiration for Don

Former GWS Giants player Don Bull with Caleb McGlew as Billy the Kid.

AFTER witnessing a close friend’s family battle with the impact of motor neurone disease, Don Bull was inspired to make a difference. more »

Row over beached whale carcass

The cost of whale carcass removal has caused a stir between local and state government.

WHO pays to take dead whales from beaches has split the Government and councils, after the City of Stirling dealt with a rotting humpback before another floated towards Cottesloe last week. more »

Heritage listing for police station homes

Locked in: Althea McTaggart (94) owns former Claremont police station which was given protection by Heritage Minister Albert Jacob last week.

IT took a year for Althea McTaggart (94) to decide how to restore the 1896-built former Claremont police station on Grant Street when she bought the property for her home 24 years ago. more »

I asked Putin to use his influence, says Bishop

One for the album: Students Zoe Waters, Ellie-Rose Rogers, head boy Wayne Tan, Pujan Bajaria and Andrew Dores pose for a picture with Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop.

FOREIGN Affairs Minister Julie Bishop told Shenton College students that if Tony Abbott wanted to “shirt-front” Russian president Vladimir Putin, her approach was to “button-hole” him. more »

Former patient now runs program

Teagan Martin is mentor and ex patient of the program.

TEAGAN Martin hopes her story of recovery will help others to follow in her footsteps. more »

Taxi plate values may drop

Image: File photo.

PRIVATE taxi plate owners could see the value of their plates drop by as much as $150,000 if some of the recommendations included in a review of the WA taxi industry are adopted. more »

A lasting Legacy

Sergeant ‘P’ remembers those lost during wars.|Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au   d428893

REMEMBRANCE Day raises issues of life, death, injury and history for recovering wounded commando ‘P’, who served 20 years in the Australian Army special forces. more »

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