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Fire closes Kings Park gym

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NEXT Generation Kings Park's $1.5 million changeroom upgrade has been damaged by flooding after a fire broke out at the facility about 7pm last night. more »

Trick or treat trouble in Cottesloe

COTTESLOE police have had enough of Halloween pranksters in expensive Peppermint Grove and say they will crack down on youths’ unwanted activities during the pagan celebration next Friday. more »

Government announces new local government boundaries

Fremantle Mayor Brad Pettitt talks to reporters before the State Government

RATEPAYERS across Perth will be affected by sweeping changes to local government borders announced by the State Government today. more »

College eyes hospital land

Shenton College board chairman Roger Castle and students outside the former Royal Perth Rehabilitation Hospital. Picture Marcus Whisson d427969

A RISING student population, year 7 expansion and 12 new demountable classrooms has left Shenton College with little room to move - but the solution could be right across the road. more »

Media expert takes out women’s business award

A SPLIT second after hearing her name at the Telstra Business Women’s Awards, Gemma Tognini had a horrible thought that the presenter had made a mistake. more »

Council gets two new faces

Two new councillors have joined the Town of Mosman Park.

MINIM Cove resident Jenna Ledgerwood and Tsunami Restaurant owner Brett Carbone are new councillors after a by-election at Mosman Park Council last Thursday. more »

Celebrity chef to cook up a treat direct from the garden

PLC students Emmanuelle Lee, Lucy Banks and Tian Kaelin with celebrity chef Anna Gare, preparing for the school’s annual Open Garden Day.  Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au   d427739

CELEBRITY foodie Anna Gare will bring some star power to Presbyterian Ladies’ College fundraiser, Open Garden Day. more »

Removal by ranger a sign of the times

The Captain Stirling in Nedlands.

NEDLANDS rangers have begun removing ‘Say NO to Capt Stirling redevelopment’ signs from verges and cautioning residents to display signs on private property. more »

Praise for road safety review

WALGA president Troy Pickard.

WA Local Government Association (WALGA) president Troy Pickard has praised the Browne Road Safety Review but says the recommendations lack detail on the development and implementation of State Government road safety policy. more »

Fears through roof

North Fremantle’s Ben Lane and Mosman Park’s Ian Thompson are among residents agaist highrise at and near the Matilda Bay Brewery. Below: Looking north to Buckland Hill, the new proposed heights allow towers at the brewery (pink), flats south of McCabe Street (blue), the One Steel site (green) and the Taskers development (brown).

CONGESTED roads, highrise living separate from communities and apartment bulk are among the fears from developments proposed around McCabe Street between Mosman Park and North Fremantle. more »

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