Local heroes

Riders hit the road for charity

Ruth Haslam (front) with fellow cyclists Ken Speirs, John Price, Geoff Newby and Geoff Wheeler.

BIKE riders from Armadale and Serpentine were among those participating in the Rotary-Lions South West Bike Trek, the first leg of which recently involved riders travelling from Perth to Mandurah. more »

Councillor gives best time to the community

Guenter Best has been dedicated to sharing his wisdom and skills with the community. Picture: Marcelo Palacios <B></B>www.communitypix.com.au   d342982

JUST one year before Comment News first hit the streets of Perth’s southeast corridor, a 30-year-old watchmaker from Germany made Armadale his home, an area he came to love and make a difference in. more »

Inspired to help others

THORNLIE resident John Van Bruchem (65) of Thornlie received the beyondblue Inspiration Award for Wellbeing in the 2010 WA Seniors Awards. more »

Senior saluted as an inspiration

John van Bruchem has been recognised for his voluntary work as a tutor with migrants and students. Picture: Marcelo Palacios d342542

THORNLIE resident John Van Bruchem (65) received the beyondblue Inspiration Award for Wellbeing in the 2010 WA Seniors Awards. more »

In running for teacher’s title

ROLEYSTONE District High School teacher Ravila Rajor is one of four State finalists for the Premier’s Teacher of the Year award. more »

Baker wins top Auskick award

Paul Baker (right) and other winners at the Australian Football Coaches Association awards event recently.

VOLUNTEER AFL Auskick co-ordinator Paul Baker of the Kenwick Auskick Centre was named Metropolitan NAB AFL Auskick Ambassador of the Year recently. more »

Justin in the pink for run

Justin Brown.

PINK Ribbon Day celebrations this week have inspired one man to run 36km from Byford to Warnbro to raise money for breast cancer research. more »

Karen’s life and Death Race

Til death... Karen Hagan is preparing for the Death Race in Canada. Picture: Marie Nirme www.communitypix.com.au   d342812

THORNLIE woman Karen Hagan will tackle Canada’s toughest race along a 125km extreme mountain trail, all in support of lung research. more »

Officer recognised for her dedication

First-Class Constable Kay Turner has won accolades for her work with Gosnells PCYC.

GOSNELLS PCYC’s Kay Turner was among three finalists for the Police Officer of the Year Awards last Tuesday. more »

Show’s top volunteer wins blue ribbon for dedication

Susan Davey has been named the Royal Agricultural Society of WA’s 2010 Volunteer of the Year for her |tireless commitment to caring for the dairy goats.

FEW of us would imagine sleeping among goats as being part of any person’s job description, but it is very much all in a day’s work for Susan Davey, of Armadale. more »

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