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Kensington cops a winner

Kensington police team with their award

THE team from Kensington Police and Perth-based Sex Assault Squad Detective Sergeant Craig Martin were acknowledged at the WA Police Excellence Awards today. more »

Call for poll on planned merger

THE City of Kwinana has opposed an amalgamation with Cockburn, voting to push for a community poll on the proposed merger. more »

A room with a view

Air traffic controller Joshua Minchenko at work in the Jandakot Airport tower. Picture: Martin Kennealey d429473

HE plays an integral role in keeping Jandakot Airport and nearby air space a safe environment, yet Josh Minchenko admits not many people know what he does. more »

Concrete city tag shock

The 202020 Vision report <I>Where are all the Trees?</I> used a program called I-Tree to analysis tree canopy cover and green space in 139 Australian local governments.

DESPITE a push to be greener, a recent report shows the City of Fremantle is the second most concreted council in the country. more »

From the shower to the stage

Emilio Fernandez (centre) with fellow Seton Catholic College students Alisha Cavallo, Jamie Thomas, Liam Gasbarro and Tarin Colendo.  Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au   d429138

SETON Catholic College student Emilio Fernandez will have the chance to perform in front of hundreds of people in Sydney next month. more »

Concrete city tag shock

 The rooftop garden on top of the council building is one project the city has introduced to become more green. Picture: Martin Kennealey d429693

DESPITE a push to be greener, a recent report shows the City of Fremantle is the second most concreted council in the country. more »

Wind costs blowing out

Windfarm would  benefit port: Jamie Ally.d388778

THE delay in approval for a North Fremantle windfarm has already seen more than $8 million in revenue lost, according to the Fremantle Community Windfarm Cooperative. more »

Jump from Freo suits Santa runner just fine

Olivia Roper is pretty excited at the opportunity to take part in this year’s Variety Santa Fun Run. Picture: Elle Borgward www.communitypix.com.au   d429440

NOT one, but hundreds of Santas will be coming to town for the annual Variety Santa Fun Run next week. more »

Work to save ruins

History Museum officer Christine Elaine at the ruins.  Picture: Martin Kennealey    d401400

SHORING up a deteriorating retaining wall to the north of a detached kitchen is one part of a new strategy backed by the City of Cockburn to preserve the Davilak Ruins in Hamilton Hill. more »

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