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A FLOATING helipad will become the newest addition to the Swan River if approved by the City of Perth.
THREE generations of Forrests have graced the classes of Beaconsfield Primary School in recent times, a feat the school is treasuring as it celebrates its 125th anniversary this year.
Joondalup Health Campus registered nurse Kiri Huxford lost her long glossy plait for a good cause last week. more »
WEST Perth’s terrific WAFL victory over Peel has been overshadowed by an altercation allegedly between players and Subiaco rivals at a Leederville nightclub in the early hours of Sunday morning. more »
JOONDALUP produced a grand final performance for the ages as it ruthlessly did away with Gosnells to claim the WACA first grade title. more »
THE Western Knights Soccer Club has signed up several new players for the 2015 season to combine a mix of youth and experience in this year’s first division team. more »
WE can always tell when Harmony Day is just around the corner because we are inundated by local schools letting us know of their forthcoming events marking the day. more »
SEVERAL reports in this week’s Western Suburbs Weekly highlight the importance of inclusion.
A GYM that opened in Clarkson this month focuses on strength rather than appearances. more »
WOODVALE hairdresser Sian Bennett will travel to the Philippines to share her salon experience in a bid to boost skills and employment. more »
WOOLWORTHS is planning to relocate and rename one of its bottle shops. more »
FEET are the most important form of transport and cracked heels should not be ignored, says Ocean Reef podiatrist Mohangi Bhatt. more »
MEDICAL oncologist Tim Clay’s expertise on breast and lung cancers is set to strengthen solid tumour treatment at Joondalup’s Shenton House. 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 »
WHILE he lights up our screens on Home and Away every evening, Johnny Ruffo has not forgotten where he came from. 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 scene was set for another glorious West Coast Blues ‘n’ Roots Festival yesterday and it certainly delivered. more »
SOUTH African production Drumstruck is the epitome of how the power of music unites people. more »
BARKING Gecko Theatre Company gave Perth actor Scott Sheridan his first professional role in the 2006 production Trains of Thought.
WHILE Jimmy Rees waits with wife Tori for the birth of their first child this month, he will keep entertaining Aussie children not only as half of ABC’s TV duo Giggle and Hoot, but also in stage show Giggle and Hoot and Friends. more »
WHO would have thought the world of fashion could be a tension-filled and white-knuckle industry? more »
THE popular underwater sponge with the square pants has returned to the big screen in this agreeable mix of animation and live action. more »
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Blues 'n' Roots
Baldivis Shops Open
Sculpture by the Sea
Low votes for amalgamation poll
Fire starter search
Mandurah Forum redevelopment
Burnt man dies in hospital