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A PARK on the Dawesville Channel will be named in honour of former Dawesville resident Margaret Glasson. more »
FOUR-time Olympic gold medallist and former Mandurah resident Betty Cuthbert has had a rose named after her for dedicating almost 40 years to championing the needs of people with multiple sclerosis. more »
PRESENTATION is paramount for Wooldridges Mandurah staff and recently a bald head or multi-coloured hair was a work requirement. more »
WITH a staff of four psychologists and psychiatrists, it’s hard to believe that Mandurah and Pinjarra’s only provider of free sexual and family violence counselling, Allambee Counselling, held more than 700 sessions in the last six months of 2009. more »
AUTHOR Craig Silvey received a hero’s reception when he returned to his old Mandurah school last week to pass on his knowledge to students studying his best selling novels Rhubarb and Jasper Jones, and children’s picture book The World Acco more »
MANDURAH Rockingham branch of Make-A-Wish Australia received a generous donation from Mandurah Quay Resort, a joint venture between the RAC, Pindan and some private investors and Forte Hospitality. more »
DARING friends Peter Strehle and Jacob Suiter lopped their locks for leukaemia research in their own version of the World’s Greatest Shave at Pinjarra Senior High School on March 12. more »
VOLUNTEERS from Greening Australia, Harvey River Restoration Taskforce, Murray Shire Council, Now Green Jobs Corps and Alcoa-Fairbridge Landcare trainees braved one of the hottest days of summer to take part in Clean Up Australia Day more »
MANDURAH resident Garry Aitchison cares for his wife Sandy. He not only cares for her like a husband cares for his wife, he also cares for her fulltime, helping with everyday tasks like preparing meals and cleaning the house. more »
A TRIBUTE to Surf Life Saving WA life member and the founding president of Port Bouvard Surf Lifesaving Club, the late Ric Roberts OAM, will be a highlight of the club’s annual charity golf day on March 26 at The Cut Golf Course. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Dog Refuge update.