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The science behind the circus

SCITECH is spilling the tightly held secrets of the circus world in its latest feature exhibit, Carnival of Science. more »

EXCLUSIVE: Rolf Harris' plaque stolen

Stolen plaque site. Pic credit: Twitter, Peter Law.

THE Bassendean Heritage Trail plaque laid by Rolf Harris has been stolen. more »

Single punch victim recieves head injuries

The attack.

POLICE say a single punch left a young man with head injuries after an argument on the edges of the patrons’ queue outside Llama Bar, Rokeby Road, Subiaco about 11.20pm on June 25. more »

Police move convicted rapist after safety concerns

FEARS for the safety of convicted rapist Patrick Comeagain have prompted police to move him. more »

Claremont bails from own merger

Claremont Mayor Jock Barker.

CLAREMONT Council withdrew its G4-plus proposal to merge with its three southern neighbours and Swanbourne from the Local Government Advisory Board last night. more »

Rolf Harris: freemanship in jeopardy

Bassendean Councillors will vote on whether a plaque laid by Rolf Harris opening the Heritage Trail in 1988 will be removed after he was convicted of several indecent assaults yesterday.

ROLF Harris' Freemanship of Bassendean could be revoked as early as Thursday morning if councillors agree to sever all ties with the entertainer at a special council meeting. more »

School to remove Rolf Harris portraits

Perth Modern School.

INDEPENDENT public school Perth Modern School will remove portraits of Rolf Harris from its walls this week. more »

Artists lend hand with Naidoc mural

Perth Modern School students posing with their Naidoc Week-inspired canvas mural. Picture: Marcus Whisson. www.communitypix.com.au   d422234

ONE of the best ways to learn about Indigenous culture is to pick up a paintbrush, says Noongar artist Turid Calgaret. more »

Visit Subi officer to join WALGA

VISIT Subiaco executive officer Annaliese Battista has resigned to accept a job with the WA Local Government Association. more »

Western Suburbs Weekly wins 'best' award again

THE Western Suburbs Weekly has gained recognition as one of the best newspapers in Australia at last weekend’s Community Newspaper Association Awards. more »

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