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WHEN Scott Arnold-Eyers was told his precious three-year-old daughter Jade had CF, he thought doctors were referring to chronic fatigue, not cystic fibrosis. more »
A NEW research centre in Perth will lead major international studies in neurodegeneration. more »
TWO years ago, Cassie Rogers’ asthma was a matter of life or death. more »
SIR Charles Gairdner Hospital needs buggy and motor vehicle drivers to transport patients to and from, and around the hospital grounds. more »
NORTH Fremantle’s Sam Brophy-Williams was one of two medical graduates from the University of Western Australia to be awarded a John Monash scholarship, one of only 10 handed out in the country. more »
EXPERIENCING the depths of despair has spurred Joshua Cunniffe to profound heights. more »
FOR 14 years, Michelle Leembruggen was in and out of Princess Margaret Hospital with her son Brad. more »
RESEARCHERS creating a drug that will stop people with diabetes requiring regular insulin injections have earned a top innovation award. more »
ST JOHN of God Hospital in Subiaco is one of seven finalists in the Food Safety Management Systems award, with the winner to be announced in Sydney later this month. more »
CARING for a son with mental and physical illnesses, a substance and alcohol use problem and mild disability pushed Carol Peers to the limit of her coping skills. more »
JOONDALUP Health Campus’s major redevelopment caught the eye of a Canberra big shot last week. more »
DEMENTIA numbers are set to increase by 2020, according to new research. more »
TUART Hill resident Sue Scudds may have refereed more than 6000 volleyball games but that doesn’t stop her from over achieving. more »
A YOUNG Wattle Grove resident will be campaigning for world leaders at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting this month to help end polio. more »
A CHANCE comment from her doctor probably saved Leeming mother Allison Taylor’s life. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Dog Refuge update.