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Buckley sniffs out trouble on our trains

Top: Constable Mitch Rowe and Buckley prepare to board a train. Above left: Buckley checks passengers. Right: A woman is issued with a cannabis intervention notice.  Pictures: Jon Bassett

A POLICE drug dog detected 14 people suspected of possessing drugs during a Cottesloe police operation targeting trains between Mosman Park and Claremont stations, and in Claremont’s CBD, last Thursday. more »

Landlord responds to criticism

Signs protesting increased rent on Subiaco restaurant Bistro des Artistes

THE owner of a commercial property leased to restaurateur Alain Fabregues says a rent increase to $1000 per sq m from next month was part of an agreement signed in 2011. more »

Top honour for business leader

Mark Barnaba has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia.

SUBIACO resident Mark Barnaba (51) has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia for service to investment banking and finance, business education, sports and cultural organisations in Australia Day awards. more »

Lessons from college still stay strong

Newman College alumini David Hynes with his 1967 year book in front of a statue of Marist Brothers founder Saint Marcellin Champagnat. Picture: Marcus Whisson www.communitypix.com.au   d432184

NEWMAN College is celebrating 50 years on its Churchlands campus next month. more »

Oceans of fun for all at annual swimming event

Colin Cook (83) and first-time entrant Amy Carmichael.|Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au   d432231

SWANBOURNE Ocean Classic Swim Thru founder Colin Cook (83) gets as much enjoyment helping entrants as he did the many times he raced in the 2.2km annual event, to be held for the 30th time next Saturday. more »

Tower of strength on the beach

Cottesloe SLSC lifesavers James Jenkin and Bruce Simpson first manned the tower.

LIFESAVERS say the shelter from heat, wind and glare provided by new semi-portable towers will improve swimmer safety at Cottesloe, North Cottesloe and City beaches. more »

Local engineers are on the hop

Como Engineering’s Sean Galvin has conducted a test polish of the brewery’s copper kettles.

MOSMAN Park’s Como Engineering will move into the former Matilda Bay Brewery, left vacant apart from occasional use since 2007, in North Fremantle. more »

Tickled pink with appointment

AFTER a lifetime of apple tasting, the breeder of the popular Pink Lady apple says he has had his fill. more »

Fisheries get crabby

L-R front Linda Wiberg Fisheries Community Education Officer with Matt Gillett Regional Policy Officer RecfishWest and back L-R Tim Grose Communications Manager RecFishWest and Cameron White Fisheries Officer.

THE Department of Fisheries and Recfishwest continues its summer campaign to educate fishers on the rules of crabbing in Mandurah and ensure they do not take undersize crabs, or more than the daily bag limit. more »

Three in serious condition following Thomas Road crash

A HEAD-ON crash on a notorious stretch of Thomas Road in Casuarina last night has left two children and a woman with serious injuries. more »

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