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SPEED limits on sections of Toodyay Road in Gidgegannup will be reduced on December 16. more »
ECU Joondalup hosted 2000 people at its sold-out Music Under the Stars concert last Saturday. more »
DECEMBER not only marks the start of summer but also the end of Movember for participants around the country raising awareness for men’s health. more »
THEY took to the MCG in 2012 and now WAFL premiers West Perth are set to do battle at Melbourne’s Docklands Stadium as part of the 2014 Foxtel Cup. more »
HE’S outgunned teenagers three years his senior with speeds up to 138km/h to become the national junior drag racing champion. more »
BRIAN Davidson has been training little black belts in Joondalup since 2007. more »
IT is not unusual for people to worry about their physical health. more »
THE Committee for Perth this week released the findings from a study called The Rising Cost of Living in Perth. more »
BUSINESSES recently heard about online marketing tools needed for success at a seminar hosted by the Small Business Centre North West Metro. more »
JOONDALUP Business Association has presented money raised from its annual charity auction to community support provider The Spiers Centre in Heathridge. more »
WESTCOAST BMW in Wangara hosted a black-tie function to launch the new X5. more »
A WORD of warning to the public about snakes in the Joondalup area: local residents of Joondalup and Edgewater are probably aware of the snakes, but visitors might not be as wary. more »
FIRST, I congratulate the captain of the Royal Australian Navy ship that entered into Indonesian territorial waters to rescue people from a stricken vessel that was sinking well with Indonesian boundaries. more »
STREET drinking is so prevalent in Perth that almost any bus stop and train station you will find empty beer bottles. more »
JOONDALUP Health Campus’ most senior obstetrician has described how vital the hospital’s new multimillion-dollar antenatal clinic is to the district’s burgeoning number of expectant mums. more »
ECU Joondalup PhD candidate Tuguy Esgin is investigating how exercise can be used to help reduce the rate of chronic disease in indigenous Australians. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
A SIMILAR signature runs through all of Aurelio Costarella’s garments, giving them a timeless, classic appeal with a twist. more »
LINNEYS assistant creative director Justin Linney loves the coastal lifestyle and can be found most summer weekends either surfing or taking his boat across to Rottnest Island with a group of friends. more »
SAYING goodbye is difficult but outgoing West Australian Symphony Orchestra principal conductor Paul Daniel will close his five-year tenure at the company in style as he leads his final Symphony in the City this Saturday. more »
RADIATING goodness and joy, Grammy-award winning artist Alicia Keys lit up Perth Arena for her one night Set The World On Fire concert. more »
THE sheer size of the castle-like White Big Top begins the awe-inspiring experience of seeing Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse, where grandstand-style seating faces a 50m long stage of sand, set against a 60m digital scre more »
WITH a number of galleries closing their doors recently, artists have been forced to organise alternative exhibition venues. more »
I CAN’T remember the last time a film aimed at children treated its target audience like it had intelligence. more »
LUXE Bar owner Michelle Mok has toyed with the idea for the last 12 years about transforming the space behind bamBOO into an outdoor cinema. 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.