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CHURCHLANDS resident Graham Iddles is preparing to ride 700 kilometres from Albany to Perth for the 12th consecutive year to raise money for mental health charity Youth Focus. more »
A MAN was attacked while the car he was in was stopped at the intersection of Alexander Drive and Grand Promenade in Dianella. more »
AN ELDERLY woman was robbed while food shopping about midday at a supermarket on Grand Promenade in Dianella. more »
CARINE Junior Football Club member Liam Connolly still aspires to play for the West Coast Eagles despite being forced to overcome numerous injuries that have sidelined him over the past five years. more »
DESPITE a disappointing preseason, State Basketball League Stirling Senators women’s head coach Glenn Ellis is hoping the side will make the finals this year. more »
AUSTRALIA’S best female beach volleyball team was beaten at Scarborough on the weekend by the Australian under-23 team featuring a player once told she was too short to be a successful player. 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.
COMPARED to many other commuters, Stirling drivers have had it pretty easy when it comes to paid parking, but this has led to other problems. more »
Reporter Sophie Gabrielle has been nominated for two major prizes at the 2013 West Australian Media Awards. more »
THE Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said last week it would not oppose the proposed purchase of Karrinyup Shopping Centre by Westfield Group and Westfield Retail Trust (WRT) as long as they parted ways with Innaloo Shopping Cent more »
SCARBOROUGH’S Brighton Bakery continued its successful run at this year’s Perth Royal Show, coming third in the gourmet pastry-cooking category for their lamb and beef pies. more »
THE February 4 edition letter headlined “Good on Colin” by Edd Prumm supporting Premier Barnett regarding the culling of sharks can only be taken as last-ditched support for the State Government and its failings. more »
I AM deeply disgusted by the people who are protesting against the Government's policy of shark culling. more »
WEST Australian doctors are calling for volunteers with chronic lung disease to enrol in one of the country’s largest ever chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) trials conducted in a GP and specialist setting. more »
THE City of Stirling has declared it will not follow the City of Perth’s lead in allowing personal trainers to use its parks and reserves for free. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
Perth Fashion Festival favourite Jaime Lee took home the coveted Most Innovative Designer of the Year Award at last night's glittering Western Australian Fashion Awards (WAFA) held at the State Theatre Centre. more »
PERTH'S fashion scene came alive as it honoured the stars of the future at the Polytechnic West's 43rd annual fashion parade EXIGO held last week. more »
WITH shows in five states already sold out and an extra added in both Melbourne and Brisbane, Illy says he is at ease in the lead up to The Cinematic National Tour. more »
KATE Miller-Heidke has sung Happy Birthday over the phone to more than 50 fans and has more celebratory wishes scheduled for the rest of the year. more »
WATCHING a Dame Agatha Christie whodunit live on stage is better than any murder mystery party you might be invited to. more »
THE squeal was audible a couple of suburbs away when third year music theatre students at WAAPA were told a season of 60s rock musical Hair was part of this year’s program. more »
SO MANY films deal with the human experience of transitions: from childhood into adulthood, passive to heroics, but it is the little explored transition into retirement that gets a look-in with Bright Days Ahead. more »
DOING even less for the promotion of Australian tourism than the scrapped “Where the bloody hell are ya?” campaign, writer/director Greg Mclean takes us back to Wolf Creek where the murderous, tourist-hating Mick Taylor (John Jarratt) lurks. more »
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