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Heritage sites go under hammer

The WA Deaf School’s site has been divided into three.

A 1988SQ M slice of 20,000sq m around the heritage-listed WA Deaf School is proposed for sale in a State Government bid to raise $250 million by getting rid of 20 assets to pay debt and restore WA’s AAA credit rating. more »

Support for move to Tafe

Could the markets move to the former Wembley Tafe site?

STATION Street Market stallholders would back the idea of relocating to the former Wembley Tafe premises at 133 Salvado Road, their spokesman says. more »

Test of financial health

The financial state of a community arts group has come into question.

CONCERN from some Mosman Park councillors about the community arts group MosArts has prompted a request it demonstrate its financial viability. more »

Repairs caveat on Knights lease

Western Knights could lose their lease of Nash Field facilities.

THE Western Knights Football Club could lose its new lease if it does not spend about $200,000 improving its Nash Field facilities in a year, Mosman Park Council agreed last week. more »

Dedication of RPH nurse

Maureen Blore.

MAUREEN Blore never planned to be a nurse but she has inadvertently become Royal Perth Hospital Shenton Park campus’ longest-serving employee. more »

Restorations set to revitalise Regal Theatre

Regal Theatre manager Kim Knight and the theatre’s Foundation chairman Richard Diggins. Picture: Andrew Ritchie d426397

SUBIACO’S legendary Regal Theatre will close over Christmas and late next year for the first restorations in its 76-year history. more »

Public space reclaimed

Marissa Calyan and Adrian Pickett with Mosman Park Primary School Chaplin Rhonda Miller.

CHILDREN have returned to Rope Works Park after residents, the council and a primary school worked to stop crime and drunks in the public space in Mosman Park. more »

Controversy prompts name change

THE Royal Agricultural Society (RAS) has changed the name and theme of its controversial new addition to this year’s Perth Royal Show following condemnation from mental health groups. more »

Teen looks on light side of leukaemia

Mokshya Balage is a white lantern ambassador at the Leukaemia Foundation

TEENAGER Mokshya Balage wants other people with leukaemia to know that there is light at the end of the tunnel. more »

Coles crucial to site future

The fate of the Station Street Markets site is still undecided.

DEVELOPER Greg Pearce says he would have to reconsider developing the Station Street Markets site if Coles decided to stay at the Park Street Precinct. more »

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