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THE former Canning College visual arts centre in Bentley will be home to the Clontarf Foundation’s new million-dollar headquarters. more »
WHEN Riverton resident Jacqui Bransby and her two sisters Angela (Hamilton Hill) and Andrea Piscitelli, (Keysbrook), lost their beloved mother to lung cancer eight years ago, they decided her spirit was going to live on and continue to help people. more »
FAIRIES, superheroes and cartoon characters will be on buses and trains and and at Transperth stations on March 19 as part of Radio Lollipop’s Uniform Free Day. more »
RISING star Takahashi will confirm her status if she can secure her first piece of silverware in the Canning Trophy final (530m) at Cannington this Saturday. more »
WHEN the opportunity to play futsal in Spain came along, Willetton resident Daniel Cappellaro didn’t hesitate to accept. more »
WHAT started as a weight loss idea is turning into a dream job for Muay Thai fighter Samuel Ballantyne.
It was not always Ballantyne’s intention to get involved in the sport. 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.
Reporter Sophie Gabrielle has been nominated for two major prizes at the 2013 West Australian Media Awards. more »
FIVE Canning businesses have been named as finalists in the 2013 WA Industry and Export Awards. more »
STRESS is a topic familiar to businesswomen, and Louise Towler was an ideal guest speaker on the subject at Small Business Centre South East Metro’s first networking event. more »
OUR Dear Leader, Emperor Barnett, has decreed that the City of Canning is to be executed – I mean abolished – which is the same thing. more »
MOST people could not imagine living without food, but Oakford girl Storm Thomas (13) has spent the last seven months unable to eat. 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 »
GRADUATING Curtin University textiles students, being the last group able to major in the subject this year, have decided to go out with a bang. 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 »
RIVERTON resident Niamh Taggart will make her stage debut in the family drama A House That Jack Built at Roleystone Theatre after landing the role in her first acting audition. more »
WATCHING a Dame Agatha Christie whodunit live on stage is better than any murder mystery party you might be invited to. 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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