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WHEN you’re tucked up at home this winter with the television on, the dinner dishes done and the heater up full bore, spare a thought for the city’s homeless, especially those sleeping rough on the streets. more »
IT is easy to get angry or frustrated on the roads. We have all had a moment where we have wanted to yell at the idiot who has cut in front or is driving too close behind us. more »
CHRIS Hynes owns and operates Hynes Contracting in Waterloo. He’s also a FESA volunteer. Whenever his community needs him, he answers the call. more »
A RARE upside to this State’s two-speed economy is the concerted move by many to focus on saving again and reducing their unnecessary debt. more »
THIS week the State Government announced the termination of a solar feed-in tariff in WA. more »
This month for book club I have selected an old classic, Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. more »
THE cost of disposing of household waste is likely to skyrocket in coming years thanks to increases in landfill levies, as well as the imposition of the proposed Federal carbon tax. more »
THE 39th Avon Descent is on again next weekend and competitors are not the only thing flooding the valley. more »
THE Census is a massive, intensive and essential survey. It paints a picture of what Australia is like at one moment in time. Who was here, what we were doing and how we were living. more »
WHETHER it is for sport, fitness, commuting or recreation, Cadel Evans’ historic performance at this year’s Tour de France will have a positive impact on the interest and profile of cycling in Australia. 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.