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STIRLING Council looks likely to accept a slightly expanded Scarborough Redevelopment Area submitted by the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority at tonight’s ordinary meeting. more »
THE City of Stirling’s longest serving mayor has come to the defence of Main Street business owners, successfully lobbying the City’s planning and development committee to place height restrictions on the Main Street Detailed Area Plan. more »
THE Major Crash unit are investigating an accident that killed an 89-year-old woman in Gwelup on Sunday. more »
THE STIRLING Senators have slipped further down the SBL ladder after an eight-point loss to the resurgent South West Slammers on Saturday. more »
PERTH'S Brett Rumford and inaugural Perth International winner Bo Van Pelt are the first two big names to commit to this year's tournament at Lake Karrinyup Country Club. more »
FOR Fremantle exercise physiologist Matthew Harris, health and fitness should begin at home. 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 »
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 »
SKATING enthusiasts in the northern suburbs can put their skates back on – a brand new roller-skating rink has recently opened in Malaga. more »
THE Stirling city centre will soon begin to take shape, with construction starting on the first of $320 million worth of projects approved for Innaloo by the Metro North West Joint Development Assessment Panel. more »
TWO women from Doubleview and Stirling have taken out prestigious awards at a ceremony held by the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) in Sydney. more »
SUNDAY shopping is being blamed for revenue dropping for city parking, so to attract more people back to the city they increase the already overpriced parking fee. The mind boggles. 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 »
BOTOX is widely considered as a cosmetic treatment for the rich and famous, but in recent years the medical benefits of the product are becoming more pronounced. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
COOLBELLUP creative and humanitarian Tricia Ray is spreading her message through a powerful tool dear to many women’s hearts – fashion. more »
FASHION-savvy shoppers are familiar with Oroton’s luxury accessories, especially the timeless array of elegant handbags, but few would know the iconic Aussie brand has added apparel to its repertoire. 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 »
HEARING his new single on the radio for the first time was incredibly gratifying for City Beach guitarist and songwriter Andrew Knox. more »
THORNLIE resident Alan Arazo will soon hold a solo photographic exhibition at the Brunswick Street Gallery in Melbourne. more »
WHEN Community last caught up with funnyman John Conway, he spoke about the downside of a life dedicated to laughs. more »
A HUSBAND and wife team of research scientists at UWA are inciting a buzz about bees. more »
IT’S what Perth people do. 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 Sarah Motherwell with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Dog Refuge update.