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THE late Sister Ella Williams, a diminutive dynamo whose life of loving made such an impact here and overseas, once told me of a Christmas in Ethiopia. more »
DESPITE living in a scientific and technological world, there is a decreasing interest in science among school-aged youth. more »
BACK in the mid 1800s, those two lurkers Marx and Engels estimated that man should be working as little as four hours a day. more »
TALKING about sex and relationships can be one of the most awkward conversations parents can have with their children. more »
TAKE a drive through some of Perth’s long-established suburbs these days and you’ll see some surprising changes taking shape. more »
WHETHER to penalise visitors who set up camp illegally in beachfront car parks is not so much an argument of what should happen, but what is feasible. more »
ONE of the less edifying spectacles in western suburbs culture is watching the hysteria that arises when the words ‘social housing’ enter the fray. more »
ARE you interested in helping to find the causes behind disabling mental illnesses such as schizophrenia? more »
IMAGINE bus stations with simple step exercise machines. Using them operates a pin ball game. Exercise and have fun while waiting. more »
PROPOSED cat laws introduced into Parliament this week are designed to create a more responsible culture among pet owners. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Dog Refuge update.