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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 »

Lyon talks to Prince on shark deterrence

A shark shield developer has commented on the scrapped shark cull.

WA Shark Shield developer Lindsay Lyon has broken his silence about the scrapped shark cull and world exploitation of the animals before the second Ocean Safety Forum in Perth next Saturday. more »

Two new boundary challenges

Lawyer John Hammond.

THE State Government now faces two courtroom bids challenging choices for new councils and the process that brought 30 mayors to hear they would be cut to 16 across Perth in mergers last month. more »

Tim’s dad blasts driving culture

Ian Anderson and Ron Alexander. Cyclists will meet at Harvey Field, Cottesloe from 5.15pm to ride to the white bike memorial opposite Beehive Montessori School by about 6.20pm. The service will finish about sunset. Picture: Andrew Ritchie d428719

LAST week’s fatal West Perth collision between a cyclist and a car has added to Tim’s Ride founder Ian Anderson’s desire for greater road safety. more »

Markets get planning present

The Station Street Markets will trade up to December 25.

SUBIACO’S Station Street Markets will stay open for Christmas trading. more »

Funding crisis may force life-changing work to come to end

No money, no dream: Dreamfit founder Darren Lohman, who builds practical solutions for disabled people, may be forced to close down if he doesn’t get any funding. Picture: Andrew Ritchie d428102

DESPITE being recently named one of the Top Ten Most Outstanding Young Persons of the World, Darren Lohman is on the verge of stopping his life-changing work. more »

Council puts path wheels in motion

Cambridge is looking to install a new cycle path.

THE Town of Cambridge will apply for a grant of $100,000 to install a three-metre wide shared cycle and pedestrian path on Selby Street. more »

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