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THE PMH Foundation's annual Christmas light campaign reached new heights in December, raising a total of almost $100 000. more »
UNCERTAINTY over new developments has been the front-runner of issues concerning the Fremantle community, but the Australian Hotels Association says Fremantle is leading the way nationally in establishing new hotels and first-rate accommodation. more »
SUNSET Events says it will take another look at the changes the City of Fremantle made to its Arthur Head proposal, but it will definitely go ahead with a planned micro brewery and live music venue. more »
A LOCAL dance teacher whose students claimed nine national titles at the Showcase Australia Dance Championships in Queensland last month hopes to see dance one day gain the recognition of more mainstream Australian sports. more »
EAST Fremantle Cricket Club pulled off the big one this month, taking home the Grade 1 one-day premiership over Cockburn. more »
THE inaugural Kiteracing Oceanic Championships on Leighton Beach might have been a winner for WA, but it was a German kitesurfer who was crowned the competition winner. 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.
IF the Federal Government truly valued childcare workers, it would distribute its $300 million grant evenly across the industry. more »
Reporter Sophie Gabrielle has been nominated for two major prizes at the 2013 West Australian Media Awards. more »
TWO South Lake butchers hope a sausage they have been developing for two years will bring them national glory later this year. more »
FREMANTLE Chocolate has cemented its place as a premium manufacturer, taking home 12 awards in the Royal Show dairy section. more »
ON the way home from a long, tiring and exhausting day, the one thing we really want to do is just to go home and relax. more »
WHAT makes Barbara Jordan (Daily slaughter, Gazette, February 18) think that many of those protesting against the Barnett Government's shark destruction policy don't also oppose other forms of animal slaughter? more »
EDD Prumm’s remarks (Good on Colin, Gazette, February 4) about the “vocal minority” of people who have questioned the latest attack on nature needs a reply. more »
NEW Year’s resolutions to improve health and fitness are not the only reason behind an increase in the number of people working out in local parks. more »
VERY few forms of fitness provide as much tranquillity as yoga, but put yoga on the beach and the chances of relaxation while keeping fit increase significantly. 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 »
A SIMILAR signature runs through all of Aurelio Costarella’s garments, giving them a timeless, classic appeal with a twist. more »
DIVALICIOUS' comic sopranos made such an impression on Cancer Support WA staff during last year’s Fringe World Festival production Opera Rocks that it was invited to perform the show to raise funds for the association. more »
THOUGH Iva Davies says he really doesn’t know what to expect, Icehouse fans could get a little ‘crazy’ when the Aussie rock legends take the stage at Hotel Rottnest. more »
WHILE admitting to never reading an Agatha Christie novel before landing a role in the Australian cast of Miss Marple mystery A Murder is Announced, James Beck does have a fond place for the stories in his heart. more »
WHILE growing up in Iraq, Ayad Alqaragholli would spend his childhood days collecting clay from the nearby riverbank to create small sculptures. 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 »
AFTER the Coen brothers’ recent Inside Llewyn Davis, it would appear there is a recurring theme of characters caught in a cycle of the mediocrities of life, struggling to make self-improvements but being brick-walled at each attempt. more »
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