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Oil leak raises concern

Cockburn sound ‘not affected’

COCKBURN Cement has allayed fears an oil leak from a bearing on a grinding mill at its Kwinana plant will affect the environment despite continuing concern from community members. more »

Planned protest may cause office closures

SEVEN licensing centres across the metropolitan area are expected to shut their doors as early as tomorrow afternoon. more »

Police officer boot impaled during operation

Sergeant Josh Murray, Cockburn Police Station and Detective Senior Sergeant Michael Rowson (OIC Fremantle Detectives) with weapons seized during operation First Edition.

DRUGS, firearms, vehicles and a makeshift trap which pierced an officer’s boot were among property seized during a blitz of the South Metropolitan Police District. more »

Giants' route, story revealed as anticipation builds

The giants will appear in Perth city streets for three consecutive days in February. Picture: supplied.

THE eagerly awaited story and route taken by Perth International Arts Festival's opening weekend spectacle - The Incredible and Phenomenal Journey of The Giants to the Streets of Perth - was announced today. more »

Residents flock to Freo council meeting

Image: File photo.

IT was a community affair at last night’s City of Fremantle council meeting, with the gallery full of residents eager to have their say on upcoming council decisions. more »

Ellenbrook hit and run tragedy

AN ELLENBROOK father has died after he was knocked off his motorcycle in a hit and run crash yesterday afternoon. more »

Service to community honoured

Joondalup Mayor Troy Pickard and Premier Colin Barnett with Ron de Gruchy.

A COMMUNITY stalwart, a group of dedicated parents and a youth ambassador received awards at this year’s Joondalup Australia Day Citizenship ceremony. more »

More than 600 take the pledge

Jake and Jason Harris, Jack Snape (back), Paula, Katie, Megan, Aimee Harris of Butler.

MORE than 1600 northern suburb residents gathered at the biggest Australia Day citizenship ceremony in Australia on Monday. more »

Aussie spirit on show

Helitacs filled up with water at Lake Nowergup. Picture: Emma Goodwin d432413

ABOUT 100 firefighters and aerial support crews spent Australia Day fighting a fire that burned through bush in Nowergup and Pinjar. more »

Bid to curb car break-ins

Senior Sergeant Matt Ray is urging drivers not to leave valuables in their cars where people can see them.

WARWICK police are urging local shoppers and commuters to display dashboard signs that could help stop car break-ins. more »

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