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INBETWEEN his visits to Peel Health Campus for chemotherapy, Hany Matar kept going to work.
A GREENFIELDS family is planning an ice skating rink in Mandurah.
THE Mandurah Liquor Accord has been operating for two years, it is made up of 27 members including the City of Mandurah, police, Mandurah Taxis and local venue operators.
TWO young tennis stars will be are off to Darwin this month to compete in the School Sport Australian National Tennis Championships.
SAMANTHA Cullen is an archery champion.
The Surfing WA HP Day for the WA Bodyboard team is on this Saturday (August 2) at Pyramids Beach, Port Bouvard from 8am-1pm.
AS Perth reaches a peak in its development, more time needs to be spent on negotiating the future of open spaces. more »
THE innovative retail and artistic space at The Myre Project will have been operating for just two weeks tomorrow and already the town is buzzing with praise for the initiative. more »
DEVELOPMENT applications, housing development and a major problem with parking will see Subiaco become Perth's ghost town if something does not change dramatically.
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 »
NOT that the average motorist needs to be told, but the geniuses have now informed us that the kangaroo causes most accidents involving wildlife. more »
RECENTLY when justifying the Federal Government’s budget, Treasurer Joe Hockey used the terms the Age of Entitlement was over “and every one has to do the heavy lifting to share the pain when fixing the economy.” more »
ON Thursday, July 31 about 8am, my disabled grandson became very ill and stopped breathing.
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 »
SPANISH fashion retail giant Zara will open its first West Australian store on Thursday August 21 at Garden City Shopping Centre. more »
THE Telstra Perth Fashion Festival announced its 2014 festival calendar at its new home, the Perth Concert Hall, this morning. more »
PETER Byrne grew up in Dublin surrounded by music from the likes of Neil Diamond and Frank Sinatra, thanks to his father’s constant rotation of records. more »
WORKING as a backing singer during the 80s meant Carol Pemberton knew a lot about making three-part harmonies, but she did not get the opportunity to sing many words. more »
IT is a rare occurrence for a journalist to conduct an interview where they know more about the impending theatre season than the performer, but that was the exact scenario when speaking to Fremantle actor Sam Longley. more »
TRYING to get a laugh out of his fellow performers on stage, as well as the audience, is all in a day’s work for Mount Claremont actor, director and playwright Damon Lockwood. more »
DIRECTOR Shira Geffen’s return to the big screen after 2007 Cannes Camera d’Or-winner Jellyfish starts with a jolt, as Jerusalem artist Michal Kayam (Sarah Adler) falls out of her broken bed in the opening scene of Self Made. more »
THE Hundred-Foot Journey promises to be a rich adventure into food, passion and life – and mostly delivers. more »
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New Baldivis Library
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Country model for policing
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