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TWO respected prison officers at Karnet Prison Farm, with a combined 70 years experience, have retired. more »
FAMILY and friends made sure Rossmoyne resident Stella Tondut, who is the daughter of a Gosnells pioneer, celebrated her 100th birthday in style with a special brunch on Sunday. more »
WHEN Cafe Lia first opened its doors to people needing a free meal, it had just 90 plates yet was soon catering for up to 300 people every Tuesday night. more »
THE USS Shoup’s Scott Benjamin scaled the steep slope on Bromfield Drive with water bottle in hand and sweat streaming down his face as his team began the afternoon shift of their voluntary clean-up. more »
WHEN Connie Eikelboom first joined the Armadale SES 22 years ago, only men were allowed to perform rescues. more »
THEY have been dubbed the ‘inside people’. more »
KELMSCOTT Supa IGA owner Rob Jonas-Green found himself in the thick of the action during the height of the fire disaster and has been hailed as a local hero because of it. more »
ALL Year 12 students at Armadale Senior High School, Kelmscott Senior High School and Southern River College graduated in 2010, data released by WA’s Curriculum Council shows. more »
KELMSCOTT Senior High School student Trae Williams is well on his way to achieving his goal of studying medicine after joining the esteemed “99 Club”, thanks to some outstanding results in his Year 12 courses. more »
A THORNLIE resident and senior physiotherapist at Royal Perth Hospital has won a Stroke Care Champion Award for her work with stroke survivors. 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.