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AFTER 26 years of business bliss, Elroy and Mary Wenaden are closing their Kalamunda jewellery store doors for good in June. more »
THE SWAN River Trust is urging people to report all sightings of feral fish in the river. more »
A SUNDAY drive in Guildford could have ended in serious injury for Tibor Kocsic when a stray hockey ball struck his van. more »
BRUISED knees and stitched cuts are badges of honour for Brittany Keen, who hopes to one day represent Australia internationally in hockey, softball or baseball. more »
FOR Fremantle exercise physiologist Matthew Harris, health and fitness should begin at home. more »
BRYCE Luff has your round 8 WA Football League wrap up. 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 »
A PASSION for community pharmacy and helping graduates to realise their potential as health professionals has seen a UWA tutor and PhD student honoured as a role model to others in her profession. more »
LITIGATION funder IMF Australia intends to file a claim in the Federal Court on behalf of about 90 councils, churches and charities against US-based ratings agency Standard and Poors. more »
A SHIRE of Gingin decision to approve an application to build one of WA’s biggest egg farms at Wanerie could have wideranging implications for the WA free-range egg industry, an industry expert says. more »
CHILDREN and young adults are sought for a vaccination trial in Perth. more »
A CATHOLIC priest and a trained counsellor in Nedlands have joined forces for the past 25 years to help people gain insight into themselves and others. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
KATE Cummins and Bridget Hudson have fashioned a role in the pop-up phenomenon sweeping across Perth. more »
COOLBELLUP creative and humanitarian Tricia Ray is spreading her message through a powerful tool dear to many women’s hearts – fashion. more »
MYSTERY isn’t a word you’d usually associate with a rough and ready rock and roll band like Sydney’s legendary Rose Tattoo, especially when it comes to notoriously upfront singer Angry Anderson. more »
THE BIO for You Am I’s latest tour labels drummer Rusty Hopkinson as an indie-rock journeyman, but if you think that sounds unfair, be careful before you point the finger at a lazy PR person. more »
JUST being a teenager is so often fraught with delight and dread, with problems that seem insoluble and tend to take over one’s life. more »
APPROPRIATELY making its Australian debut on May 17, Norway’s National Day, the WA Ballet production of La Sylphide, by little-known Norwegian composer Herman Severin Lovenskiold, is a special delight.
VIVA Espanol! The 16th Spanish Film Festival is on its way to Cinema Paradiso for another program of classic and contemporary cinema. more »
A HUSBAND and wife team of research scientists at UWA are inciting a buzz about bees. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Dog Refuge update.