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Government announces new local government boundaries

Fremantle Mayor Brad Pettitt talks to reporters before the State Government

RATEPAYERS across Perth will be affected by sweeping changes to local government borders announced by the State Government today. more »

Call for local roads funds

WALGA president Troy Pickard.

THE State Government has been called on to provide more money for local roads. more »

Don’t fill up on ‘empty shop’ talk


A CITY of Fremantle manager says the ‘empty shop’ issue is talked about too much, something that could dampen confidence and therefore become self-fulfilling. more »

Funds crash out

Speed bumps and a roundabout were recently installed at the intersection of Wray Avenue and South Terrace in a bid to make it safer for motorists.

EIGHTY five per cent of car accidents in the City of Fremantle from 2003 to 2012 occurred on local government-controlled roads, well above the state average of 63 per cent, according to the Metropolitan Region Local Road Crash Report. more »

Schools on board with tribute

Tracking  history...  Lucas Ten Hoor, Lola Gregson, Fyn Ross and Abbey Temby.

NORTH Fremantle and Fremantle primary schools and John Curtin College of the Arts will be involved in one of the biggest events to hit Fremantle when they take part in the Anzac Centenary tribute next Friday. more »

Hidden talent comes to the forefront

Artist Jacob Butler with Karla Little, Fiona McIlrath and Carolyn Jurgeds with their work for the exhibition. Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au   d427577

PEOPLE with disability, mental health issues, children and young people showed off their talents during an exhibition at the Memorial Hall in Hamilton Hill last week. more »

Hand in donations, help out the homeless

Delivering dignity: Street Smugglers co-founder Sandra De Witt Hemala.  Picture: Elle Borgward www.communitypix.com.au   d427547

FREMANTLE’S disadvantaged population will have the chance to pick up a few much-needed items when the Street Smugglers’ The Street Store comes to Kings Square. more »

Snakes shed their inhibitions

Snake catcher Steve Smartt, of Spearwood, with a dugite. Picture: Martin Kennealey d427368

COCKBURN’S resident snake catcher has warned residents to be mindful of their surroundings as the warmer weather takes hold. more »

Sound not at risk from overflow

Water Corp says there is no need to fear contamination in Cockburn Sound from Yangebup Lake.

THE Water Corporation says there are no risks associated with its transfer of fresh water from a local lake out into Cockburn Sound. more »

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