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GORDON Hull (92), who will today celebrate his 70th wedding anniversary with wife Florence, offers couples this advice: take good notice of your wife. more »
THE renewal of Blue Gum Tennis Club’s lease must go before Melville Council because of community concerns about the club encroaching on the area’s Bush Forever site. more »
COUNCIL meetings will now be recorded after a decision at last week’s City of Melville meeting, but people will need to use the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act to hear them. more »
MELVILLE will be well represented when Australia plays New Zealand in three lacrosse games commemorating Anzac Day. more »
YEARS of hard work has paid off for Bicton athlete Lucy Chaffer, who will compete in the skeleton for Australia at the Sochi Winter Olympics. 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.
AN ambitious recasting of the City of Perth as an enlarged capital that gobbles up 19 of the 30 existing municipal bodies could drive efficiencies saving ratepayers up to $80 million, according to Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi. more »
“YOU can only teach your kids to drive because you know how to drive, and the same goes for teaching your kids how to manage social media,” says online safety educator and former Santa Maria College student Kim Maslin. more »
Reporter Sophie Gabrielle has been nominated for two major prizes at the 2013 West Australian Media Awards. more »
TOMMY Nguyen loved beef and potato pies throughout high school and now the apprentice baker has won prizes for his own pies, baked at Bull Creek’s Oven Crisp Bakery. more »
Editor’s note: We're still managing to trick our readers, two weeks after April Fool’s Day. Incidentally, we haven’t had one letter in support of the idea of a ferris wheel at Point Walter. more »
IMMUNISATION numbers in Melville have risen, according to a National Health Performance Authority report. more »
AFTER being diagnosed with severe speech and language delay as a toddler, Micah Smith’s path to his first day at Coolbinia primary yesterday distinguishes the five-year-old considerably from the thousands of other students beginning Year 1. 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 »
A CANNING Vale teenager’s gift for singing has won her a place at the WA Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). more »
MEMBERS of the public can see 27 different outdoor sculptures and installations free at the 2014 Sculpture Walk at Deep Water Point. 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.