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Musa is a must-have dog

Robbi Flynn and service dog in training Musa.

WHEN people say ‘You don’t look like you need a service dog’, Mt Claremont resident Robbi Flynn simply replies ‘Well, that’s because I have one’. more »

Australia Day arrest numbers down

POLICE say this year's City of Perth's Skyworks event was almost incident free. more »

Final countdown to Emergency closure

Fremantle Emergency Department staff get ready to move

FREMANTLE Hospital and Health Service executive director David Blythe said the local community needed to be ready for the closure of the hospital's emergency room on February 3. more »

Great life honoured

Phil Mettam. d345010

FAMILY and friends fondly remembered Philip Mettam, who had a hand in creating popular coastal spot Mettams Pool, at his funeral last week. more »

IQ gifts bring headaches

Twins Aarnav and Anoushka Gupta. Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au   d431725

THE parents of profoundly intelligent six-year-old twins, one of whom has been registered with Mensa since last July, are at their wit’s end trying to provide an intellectually stimulating environment to nurture their unique abilities. more »

Brookfield ready to play ball

An artist

GLOBAL contractor Brookfield Multiplex will build the new $106 million sport and recreation centre at Cockburn Central West. more »

Landlord responds to criticism

Signs protesting increased rent on Subiaco restaurant Bistro des Artistes

THE owner of a commercial property leased to restaurateur Alain Fabregues says a rent increase to $1000 per sq m from next month was part of an agreement signed in 2011. more »

Racism ‘still alive and well’

Marianne Headland-Mackay.

THINK Australia is not a racist country? Think again, says a Perth Aboriginal rights campaigner and a Murdoch University professor. more »

Towers won’t help in shark spotting

The new watchtower installed at Cottesloe beach last week. Picture: Andrew Ritchie    d432317

TRIGG Island and Scarboro Surf Lifesaving Club presidents may consider temporary watchtowers similar to those installed at Cottesloe last week but have rejected the idea that they help in spotting sharks. more »

PTA decides on more art for tower

The tower with its controversial ‘faces’ art.d432325

A LED screen and a static advertising board proposed for the two empty sides of the Cockburn Station tower have been scrapped in favour of a new art piece, leaving the City’s Deputy Mayor Carol Reeve-Fowkes bemused. more »

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