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Native animal fire plight unnoticed

NATIVE animals have been the faceless victims killed or injured during a spate of fires lit in local bush and reserves, animal advocates say. more »

Fremantle Legal Aid office to close

Community and Public Sector Union branch assistant secretary Rikki

DISADVANTAGED people seeking legal advice will have to travel to Perth for support after an announcement the Fremantle Legal Aid office would close on June 10. more »

Bogus note left on cars, letterboxes

Ignore this note if you get it, says the City of Cockburn.

THE City of Cockburn has told residents to ignore a bogus note, like the one pictured, if one ends up in their letterbox or on their car windscreen. more »

Cantonment Hill

Plans for Cantonment Hill have been released. d435265

AFTER two years of work, the Cantonment Hill Working Group has submitted a draft master plan to the City of Fremantle. more »

Food law needs reheating

Donna Perfect, of Spearwood, and Leanne Loveless, of Redcliffe, enjoy alfresco dining. Picture: Elle Borgward          d435265

FOLLOWING the City of Fremantle’s second attempt at implementing a plastic bag law earlier this year, council last week agreed to again adopt an alfresco dining law after it too was knocked back in Parliament. more »

One for the history books

Sue Baker, Helen Greer and Diane Stewart with some vintage dolls. Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au   d435368

THE Historical Society of Cockburn has been rewarded for another great year after it was named a finalist in the 2015 Western Australian Heritage Awards. more »

Students on same page about the joy of reading

Emmanuel Catholic College Year 9 student Curtis Watts reads with Mater Christi Catholic Primary School Year 1 student Tanha Bebek.

A PARTNERSHIP between two Cockburn schools has led to an increased interest in reading, according to the principal of one of the schools. more »

Music weaves its magic

Shane Orton of Metropolitan Music Rocks with Education Support students.

IT has been said that music brings people together and that expression rings true at a local high school which has turned to using the art form to help students develop social skills and work collaboratively. more »

Native animals’ fire plight unnoticed

Volunteer Brooke Segreto with an injured bush animal. Picture: Martin Kennealey d435303

NATIVE animals have been the faceless victims killed or injured during a spate of fires lit in local bush and reserves, animal advocates say. more »

Alarm bells at mooring study

A statewide review of boat moorings has boat owners worried. Picture: Martin Kennealey    d433132

A STATEWIDE review of boat moorings has boat owners worried, according to a group of mooring licensees. more »

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