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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 »
THE move towards banning smoking in Forrest Place and the Hay and Murray Street Malls is “strongly supported by young people,” according to 2012 Young Western Australian of the year Holly Ransom. more »
“IT was great to go to a class where people understood what it was like to go through cancer. There was a bond between us because of what we’d been through.” more »
LANGFORD Aboriginal Association has hired a Curtin University graduate to run a new health program, funded by a federal grant. more »
MOCK-UPS of rooms that will be in the new children’s hospital in Nedlands have been created at Princess Margaret Hospital to identify layout or access problems. more »
THE Aboriginal Health Unit has launched a ‘groundbreaking’ program designed to improve the health and wellbeing of indigenous people released from prison. more »
MANDURAH Toyota managing director Steve Butler overheard by chance that Peel Health Campus’s renal unit was in need of a new patient transfer vehicle. more »
HEART treatment services are stepping up at Joondalup Health Campus with the launch of its first catheter lab, as well as plans for 24-hour emergency heart attack surgery. more »
NOTRE Dame medical student Jasmin Grajzman was inspired when she took part in the Go Rural “City to Centre” experience last month. more »
PHYSICIAN Clark Maul knows first-hand that laughter truly is the best medicine. more »
HOSPITAL beds from a Mt Lawley facility will help improve conditions for people undergoing medical treatment in Africa. more »
AS part of Postnatal Depression Awareness Week, Buster the Fun Bus visited sites in the Fremantle area to give mothers a little bit of pampering. more »
A CULTURALLY specific program providing foot care and diabetes education to Aboriginal people has won a WA Health award. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Dog Refuge update.