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Attention turns back on Wesroc

RESURRECTING the Western Suburbs Regional Organisation of Councils (Wesroc) is being investigated so more that services can be shared among the seven councils after the collapse of local government reform. more »

Excitement at fever-pitch for new season

Fever captain Ashleigh Brazill and vice-captain Caitlin Bassett are enthusiastic about the club’s chances this season. Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au   d433578

WEST Coast Fever has gone in to the 2015 season fitter than ever, according to new coach Stacey Rosman. more »

Four charged over alleged drug offences

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POLICE have charged four people employed by the WA Substance Users Association with drug offences after finding illicit substances at East Perth and Hamilton Hill properties. more »

Fundraising team's efforts unsinkable

The Crusade for Cancer team

THE Crusade for Cancer team has been given the opportunity to finish what they started after their boat sunk at the 4km mark of last week's Rottnest Channel Swim. more »

Green light for 16-storey Subiaco development

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A CONTROVERSIAL 16-storey development at the former Subiaco Pavilion Market site was approved by the Metro West Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) on Wednesday. more »

Quokka deaths under investigation

THE deaths of at least six quokkas on Rottnest Island is being investigated by police and the Department of Parks and Wildlife. more »

Cottesloe CEO swaps western suburbs for red dirt

Cottesloe Mayor Jo Dawkins commended outgoing chief executive Carl Askew for his work at the Town.

TOWN of Cottesloe chief executive Carl Askew resigned today after six years in charge. more »

Century-old trees given the chop

One of the 100-year-old trees chopped down in Peppermint Grove. Picture: Andrew Ritchie.

TWO 100-year-old pine trees were cut down at the historic Chiritta mansion in Peppermint Grove yesterday. more »

Help families who need it most

HIF staff Maureen Teague, Lynsey McGee with personal trainer Matt Fuller and Shaun Williams. Picutre: Andrew Ritchie d433433

LOSING a baby from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or going through the trauma of a stillbirth is something no family should ever experience. more »

Cruise an anniversary winner

FOR the winner of Community Newspaper Group's P&O Cruise competition John Caldwell, the holiday getaway prize couldn't have come at a better time. more »

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