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NEW Year’s resolutions to improve health and fitness are not the only reason behind an increase in the number of people working out in local parks. more »
VERY few forms of fitness provide as much tranquillity as yoga, but put yoga on the beach and the chances of relaxation while keeping fit increase significantly. more »
WHILE many will be enjoying that extra bit of pudding over the Christmas break, animal owners have been asked to tighten the belt when it comes to their pets. more »
IF you are struggling with parenting a child aged 12 or under, there is help available in the local area. more »
ONLINE services could hold the answer to tackling the mental health problems experienced by young Australian men, according to researchers. more »
CHILDREN and young adults are sought for a vaccination trial in Perth. more »
A CATHOLIC priest and a trained counsellor in Nedlands have joined forces for the past 25 years to help people gain insight into themselves and others. more »
WITH her daughter diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of eight, Kendal de Graaf knows first hand just how much a diagnosis can change a family. more »
EXPERIENCING the depths of despair has spurred Joshua Cunniffe to profound heights. more »
FOR 14 years, Michelle Leembruggen was in and out of Princess Margaret Hospital with her son Brad. more »
RESEARCHERS creating a drug that will stop people with diabetes requiring regular insulin injections have earned a top innovation award. more »
ST JOHN of God Hospital in Subiaco is one of seven finalists in the Food Safety Management Systems award, with the winner to be announced in Sydney later this month. more »
CARING for a son with mental and physical illnesses, a substance and alcohol use problem and mild disability pushed Carol Peers to the limit of her coping skills. more »
JOONDALUP Health Campus’s major redevelopment caught the eye of a Canberra big shot last week. more »
DEMENTIA numbers are set to increase by 2020, according to new research. more »
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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.