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IT appears that one of Mandurah's infamous pelicans has gone missing.
GETTING a dog or cat is as simple as walking into a pet shop and buying one, right?
THE 2900 premises in Mandurah and Meadow Springs that have with access to the National Broadband Network (NBN) will have their landline services disconnected from May 6.
German Michael Raelert won the men's race in today' Ironman 70.3, while Australia's Annabel Luxford won the women's section. more »
DUNCRAIG’S Daniel Ricciardo has conceded his shot at this year’s Formula One world title is all but dashed after finishing seventh in Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix. more »
MANDURAH girl April McPherson has been selected to compete in the Australian Junior Surfing Titles at Yallingup in December.
LEAVING a safe distance between your car and the one in front is paramount. more »
If you are thinking of selling your home by auction, I hope you were not watching Channel Nine last night.
AS Perth reaches a peak in its development, more time needs to be spent on negotiating the future of open spaces. more »
MARINATING meat and whipping egg whites is not the usual work activity associated with bank staff. more »
PINJARRA barista Kyra Brannan plans to prove the perfect cup of coffee is in Pinjarra. more »
SINGLE mum Nicola Crafts hopes to launch a new business with funding from strangers. more »
MANY children who are born early, or with a history of illness, end up spending a lot of time visiting doctors and hospitals. more »
TRIPS to the dentist can instil fear and dread in most of us, but a Halls Head dentist and his team wanted to lessen the pain for some members of the community. more »
THE Mandurah Boat Show is on again from October 11 to 13 and will feature a big display of boats, yachts, camping, dive and fishing gear, and related products. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
A SHARED love of all things bright and beachy has brought Francesca Gnagnarella and Jess Pollitt together for their first collaboration Summer Rising this month. more »
THE wait was finally over for Perth fans of fashion brand Topshop Topman when the retailer opened to the public last Friday. more »
WEEKLY dance classes at Irina Asotoff Ballet School in Swan View have always been the place Jo Meredith has gone to escape from the pressures of life. more »
CANADIAN singer-songwriter Bill Culp has been portraying American rockabilly musician Carl Perkins for many years, but next month will be the first time he brings the Blue Suede Shoes writer to Perth as part of The Sun Records All-Stars. more »
THE mystery surrounding the fate of the HMAS Sydney remained unsolved until the wreck was discovered in 2008. more »
WINNING a holiday to the most romantic city in the world will either make or break the passionless pair at the heart of Harbour Theatre’s new show April in Paris. more »
LUNA Palace Cinemas and MosArts have announced the program for this summer’s season at Camelot Outdoor Cinema, which features more advance screenings than before and a new edition to music nights. more »
THE value of one person’s life and social status is brought into question in the opening movie for the Lotterywest Festival Films. more »
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