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TEACHING staff numbers will not be affected by changes to school funding, but schools including Mindarie Senior College (MSC) may find savings elsewhere. more »
WANNEROO churches are coming together to host a Christmas lunch for those who may have nowhere to celebrate Christmas Day.
FORMER Olympic swimmer and surf lifesaving champion Deane Pieters said though he and other community members lobbied to see an aquatic facility built in Hamersley, he was pleased with the decision to build the Scarborough beach pool. more »
SIX retirements spread across the three divisions, gear breakages and a spectacular spinnaker broach on Sunday afternoon were evidence of the strongest winds and biggest waves off Sorrento this season. more »
WANNEROO paceman Gary Atkinson produced a vintage performance against Fremantle with a five-wicket haul helping the Roos take the upper hand on day one of the WACA first grade clash. more »
MULLALOO Surf Life Saving Club finished second overall when it hosted round one of the WA arm of the 2014-15 Australian Surf Rowers League surf boat race series on November 30. more »
HOW do you measure a community’s care and compassion?
“HIS spirit is still with me, and I hope it never leaves... Rest in peace my little brother; I'll see you out in the middle." more »
UNIFORMED police and detectives all across Perth’s suburbs are running a big operation targeting methylamphetamine dealers. more »
COUNCILLORS at last Tuesday’s City of Joondalup meeting accepted a tender for cleaning services in the City’s leisure centres. more »
THE former Bunnings Warehouse site in Edgewater will not become temporary parking for local commuters while a new multi-storey carpark is built at the nearby train station for 2016. more »
I WAS in a minor car accident on the corner of Mullaloo Drive and Marmion Avenue, turning left. more »
THERE is now a significant and growing issue in relation to older people drowning. more »
THE advantages of morning fitness classes at Marangaroo Primary School extend miles beyond physical benefits for students. more »
AT four years old, Sawyer Allen is almost as tall as his sister Piper despite their two-year age difference. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
A SHARED love of all things bright and beachy has brought Francesca Gnagnarella and Jess Pollitt together for their first collaboration Summer Rising this month. more »
THE wait was finally over for Perth fans of fashion brand Topshop Topman when the retailer opened to the public last Friday. more »
TAKING time out from his allocated day off to chat to Community Newspaper Group, Tim Smith, better known as Timmy Trumpet, says he is addicted to being busy. more »
SOMETIMES the most simple of decisions can shape a person’s career. more »
THERE are only two musical theatre actors in the world who have performed the roles of both Marius and Javert in professional productions of Les Miserables, and New Zealand’s Hayden Tee is one of them. more »
WHEN Peter Davison agreed to become the fifth Doctor in 1981, little did he know he would still be involved with Doctor Who more than a quarter of a century later. more »
TIDAL waves, a river of dead fish, swarms of hopping frogs, chirping locusts and the struggle with religion and God fail to raise the pulse in this epic, big budget telling of Moses’ story. more »
THOSE who get squeamish over paper cuts might have nil incentive to watch Zero Motivation, but broader-minded audiences will laugh at its absurdity. more »
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