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DRIVING my Honda Jazz after a few laps in a V8 Supercar with Bathurst 1000 winner Nick Percat was like eating tofu after taking a bite of a big, juicy steak. more »
THE remains of Robb Jetty and the former 306-ton steam tug Wyola – both in North Coogee – will be added to a local government heritage list. more »
ONE hundred points. more »
MEMBERS of the championship-winning Perth Wildcats showed off their NBL trophy yesterday at Scarborough Beach, after their victory over the Adelaide 36ers on Sunday. more »
Burglaries continue to be an issue for the district. more »
COMPUTER and technology-enabled crime is becoming an increasing problem for police because of the popularity of portable communication devices, social networking and people's willingness to share information. more »
THERE is still time to start flossing before the Shire of Gingin’s first dental clinic opens next month. more »
COMBINING something her son hated with something he loved solved dinnertime tantrums and gave Samantha Lear the idea to start her own business. more »
REDUNDANCY did not defeat Elizabeth Thair, who turned her misfortune into a way to help others. more »
THE Perth Transport Authority is to build a bus depot on asbestos-contaminated land to the west of Mitchell Freeway and south of Ocean Reef Road in the Water Corporation’s wastewater treatment plant site in Craigie. more »
THANKS for printing in last week’s edition Graham Loomes’ picture of the suspected collared sparrowhawk (note “sparrowhawk” is one word not two, despite the spellchecker rejecting it). more »
JOONDALUP Health Campus’ most senior obstetrician has described how vital the hospital’s new multimillion-dollar antenatal clinic is to the district’s burgeoning number of expectant mums. more »
ECU Joondalup PhD candidate Tuguy Esgin is investigating how exercise can be used to help reduce the rate of chronic disease in indigenous Australians. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
WHEN it comes to fashion royalty it does not get much higher than Patricia Field. more »
WHEN it comes to fashion royalty, it does not get much bigger than Patricia Field. more »
THIS year’s West Coast Blues ‘n’ Roots Festival may have been reduced back to a single-day line-up but that did not diminish the spirit for the horde of festivalgoers at the annual Fremantle music event on Sunday. more »
ABOUT to embark on their biggest national tour to date, Jonathan Notley, more commonly known as MC Bliss of Bliss N Eso, said their upcoming show could be seen as more of a mini festival. more »
SACRED Heart College alumnus Paul Borbas is taking to the stage this month in the world premiere of the heartfelt family drama exploring love, loss and life in A House That Jack Built. more »
A MUTUAL trust and group camaraderie has proven invaluable to the success of current Australian touring production, The Long Way Home. more »
HALFWAY through this action film about a monster made from parts of other men caught in the middle of a war between gargoyles and demons (huh?), I realised I, Frankenstein, was uninterested in poking fun at itself or its absurd plot. more »
SOME people might not watch 400 films in their life, but for David Doepel and his wife Barbara Connell it was homework. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Dog Refuge update.