Select your Perth community newspaper below or enter your suburb to show news and views for your area.
AN organisation set up locally to help Aboriginal youth has made the move to Kwinana.
THE Fremantle community has notched up a win, with the strategic and general services committee last week agreeing to defer the installation of a basketball court on Wilson Park to discuss better locations with residents. more »
THE remains of Robb Jetty and the former 306-ton steam tug Wyola – both in North Coogee – will be added to the City of Cockburn’s local government inventory and heritage lists. more »
HISTORIAN Ivan King’s underground haven at His Majesty’s Theatre was once a swimming pool. more »
EASTER is just around the corner, and some of Fremantle’s youngest residents have been busy preparing for the visit of the Easter Bunny. more »
A GIANT pirate painted on a local wall by street artist Anthony Lister last year has disappeared. more »
IT has been all about the Esplanade Reserve Youth Plaza in the last few days, with the City of Fremantle having the official opening of the project over the weekend. more »
LOCALS will get the chance to have their say on public secondary schooling in the area, with the State Government beginning a consultation period before deciding on the future of a number of high schools. more »
A DRAFT revitalisation strategy to guide Coolbellup’s transformation into a more attractive place to live and visit will be put out for public comment after council backed it on Thursday. more »
SCHOOLCHILDREN visiting the Spare Parts Puppet Theatre last Tuesday to watch the theatre’s newest production Hachiko received a surprise after the show when two akita dogs paid them a visit. more »
Page 1 of 378
Members Login to submit an article or register now
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Dog Refuge update.