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Claremont/Nedlands
Mosman/Cottesloe
Subiaco

Vol 43 No.1

Ph. 9381 3088, 276 Onslow Road, Shenton Park, 6008.

A computer-generated picture of the four-storey, 48 unit apartment


block that will also include a lap pool and gymnasium.

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Golfers chip away


for public land
By LINDA CALLAGHAN
A syndicate of golfers
including Premier Colin
Barnetts cousin is financing investigations into a plan
to buy government land and
build apartments on it.

Troy OHern, Cottesloe Golf Club chief executive, in front of the unused
land the club wants to buy for apartment development.

The land is on the edge of


Cottesloe Golf Club.
The club has a lease over its
land, which is owned by the government and vested in Nedlands
council for public recreation.
The Valuer-General put a
$12million price tag on the
6000sq.m strip of land along
Alfred Road, Mt Claremont.
Former club president John
Buzz Parkinson, Mr Barnetts
cousin, is one of the eight members who want to kick-start the
development.
I would not want anyone
to think [being the premiers
cousin] would be any advantage
for the club, Mr Parkinson, who
played football for Claremont,
said.

Subi appeals for


help to fight Bill
By LLOYD GORMAN
Watch out, your council
could be the next one the state
government tramples on.
That is Subiaco mayor Heather
Hendersons warning to every
WA council and shire.
Mrs Henderson wrote to them
all as part of Subiaco councils
fight not to lose its South ward
and 3000 residents to Perth
council, as proposed in the City
of Perth Bill.
She said Subiaco had no concerns with Perth being WAs
leading local government, or
with greater transparency for

Heres
where
we go

the sector, both of which are


touched on in the Bill.
Subiaco does have a concern
over the arbitrary decision to
change the boundaries of the
South ward and for the majority
of this ward to be transferred
to the City of Perth, Mrs
Henderson said.
There was no consultation
with the city, no consultation
with the community, and no
determination by the Local
Government Advisory Board on
this proposal.
This decision has a significant effect on this community
of 3000 Subiaco residents who

January 2, 2016

would be transferred to an
entity they did not ask to be
part of.
She said the change would also
have a major financial impact
on Subiaco through the loss of
rates and other revenue.
This will have to lead to rate
increases and a reduction of
services, she said in her letter.
All local governments need
to be aware of the possibility of
being on the receiving end of a
similar decision and the potential impacts on your organisation
and community.
Please turn to page 34

I have never asked Colin for


anything and never would.
Any decision would not be
his, it would be for his Cabinet.
Mr Parkinson said each of the
eight members had put in about
$15,000 to pay for preliminary
studies.
He said if the project did not
go ahead, they would lose their
money.
If it went ahead, they would
get their money back but there
was no profit in it for them.
Golf club chief executive Troy
OHern said Mr Barnett had
visited the club and been told
about the proposal because it
was in his electorate.
Mr OHern said the club was
a not-for-profit organisation and
proceeds from the apartment
development would be used to
pay for major capital work at
the club.
He estimated up to $17million was needed to replace
irrigation, for the course and
the clubhouse.
Mr OHern said the club had

outlined its ideas to Nedlands


council late last month.
I would like to think we
will have a formal proposal by
February, he said.
There would be a special
general meeting of members.
The plan is to build a fourstorey block of 48 apartments
for over-55s and basement
parking.
Mr Parkinson said research
around the world showed it
was better for people to age
in place with their friends
around them.
There would be no risk for
members of the club, he said.
A brochure prepared by the
club explains the financing.
The brochure says: Until land
acquisitions and development
approvals are obtained, an external entity will be underwriting all costs.
Should the development
proceed, then the underwriting entity will be the exclusive
selling agent.

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Markets need some


market research

Peppermint Groves deputy shire president,


Charles Hohnen, is quoted in the POST as
saying he would prefer to attend a wine appreciation course than a yoga class (Grove
warriors strike a pose, POST, December 22).
When my husband, Derek Leeder, was elected
a Subiaco councillor in 2011, Im sure he would
have expressed the same preference.
As his widow, I wish he had chosen a less
indulgent lifestyle.
Helen Leeder
Cuthbert Street, Shenton Park

Re the Markets on Rokeby (Market criticalto


Subis future, POST, December 19).
Why not ask people why they may choose
to leave their homes and their iPads, drive to
Rokeby Road and spend some time?
I suspect the answers may revolve about
being seen and seeing in public, drinking,
eating and listening to live music.
And what times during the week?
And do they want to sit or stroll?
Do they want it to be especially welcoming
to Subiaco residents?
I have my thoughts on these issues, but it is
the market users who will drive the success
or failure of the project.
John Brett
Coghlan Road, Subiaco

Indiana: enough largesse

Tyrannical role model?


behave as tyrants,
so people could not
be condemned for
thinking, when they
read Chris Hassells
letter (On a real high
in Cottesloe, POST,
December 19), that
perhaps Cottesloe
council was emulating Caligula, who, it
is said, wrote laws too
small and hung them
too high for anyone to
read them, knowing
that ignorance of the
law was no defence.
Its a stretch to read this
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Sandra (Sam) and Stew at the entrance to Tikal National Park in Guatemala,
where they climbed ancient Mayan pyramids surrounded by vast rainforest.
They left Nedlands on their BMW trail bike in May last year to resume a roundthe-world holiday they had begun 25 years ago as newlyweds in Yorkshire,
UK. They got as far as Australia, where they were waylaid by work and starting
a family. Now, they are relishing the chance to finish their trip.

Sam and Stew make it from


Alaska to Central America
Were writing this in Guatemala.
Since leaving Perth in May and
picking up our bike at Los Angeles
airport, we have driven more than
25,000km.
Whod have ever thought retiring
would be so much fun and hard
work, and so rewarding?
Since our last update, when we
reached Alaska (North to Alaska
on trail bike, POST, August 15), we
ended up taking the Alaska Marine
Highway and ferries to Vancouver
Island, British Columbia, because
a broken starter motor held us up
for a couple of weeks.
On the road again, we had an incredible time getting to as many of
the US national parks as we could
before they closed the passes for
the winter snow: Mt Saint Helens
Volcano, Crater Lake, Yellowstone
and the Grand Tetons, Lassen
Volcanic and Craters of the Moon,
Yosemite and Death Valley.
All amazing places to visit.
More letters page 12

Our past few weeks through


Mexico and Belize took us from
the Baja Calfornia Desert, with
amazing huge cactus, into tropical
rainforest and sweltering heat.
We broke down crossing the Baja
desert and, thankfully, Stew used
a spare ignition part wed carried
since our first travels on the bike
in 1990.
We then drove from the Pacific
to the Gulf coast and on to the
Caribbean, taking the opportunity to visit part of the Belizian
Barrier Reef.
Wed like to say hi to all our
family and friends back in Perth.
We hope you all had happy festive holidays, too, and send you
all good wishes for the New Year.
Well continue heading south, so
well update POST readers as we
get into South America.
Stewart Newsome and
Sandra Saunders
Nedlands via Guatemala

Thanks for the POSTs account of Cottesloe


councils final meeting for 2015 (Hammond
blasts Indiana mortgage, December 19).
Ratepayers association president John
Hammond and designer Lawrence Scanlan
presented a viable plan to address the vexed
question of the public toilets under the Indiana.
Indianas tenant, Red Rock Leisure, has been
given enough slack and largesse to solve the
problem, without success.
I hope the onus falls where it deserves to, and
the council saves ratepayers further expense
and embarrassment when it deliberates next
month.
Lew Smith
Forrest Street, Cottesloe

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Re the report, Waste pick-ups on verge of
extinction (POST, December 19).
I did attend the Subiaco electors meeting
and did raise the issue of bulk waste verge
collections, but all my comments were about
residents leaving bulk waste on the verge
outside verge collection dates.
I am very appreciative of the regular bulk
(and green) waste verge collections we have
in Subiaco and would like them to continue.
But I am keen residents refrain from leaving bulk waste on their verges at other times,
because it attracts pickers and looks unsightly.
Lou Chambers
Herbert Road, Shenton Park

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Hats off for


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Methodist Ladies College
principal Rebecca Cody put
on a red hard hat and work
boots to see work start on
the junior school redevelopment.

Down with school (hall) MLC principal Rebecca Cody, left, with students Amy Walter, Zanna Pyne, Sahmara Kirby, Alyssa Walter and Charlotte
Prentice take a last look at Bosisto Hall. Photo: Paul McGovern

Residents want parking blitz


By LLOYD GORMAN
Shenton Park residents
want a blitzkrieg against
hospital workers and contractors who park free and
clog up local streets rather
than paying to park at QEII.
Parking and traffic issues
dominated last weeks meeting of electors in Subiaco
at The Palms Community

Centre.
Residents passed motions
to curb or stamp out what
they said was illegal parking
on their doorstep.
They want the council
to take a raft of measures
including changing parking
times and conditions, and
looking at how it polices the
problem, including flooding
specific areas with rangers.

Secret developer
contact banned
Cambridge councillors
meetings with developers
will have to be declared on
an online register.
But staff will not be
expected to make similar
declarations.
Council CEO Jason
Buckley said at the recent
full council meeting that it
was part of staff members
role to deal with developers.
To suggest staff have no requirement to meet standards
is inappropriate, he said.
They are subject to the law.
Councillor Corinne
MacRae said it was offensive
to suggest staff did not act

properly.
Councillor Jane Powell
said an internal audit system was designed to pick
up problems.
Mayor Keri Shannon put the
ideas forward and asked Mr
Buckley to prepare reports.
Most of the councillors
disagreed, but they passed
a register of councillordeveloper meetings.
The proposal is not
because there has been
anything untoward, Ms
Shannon said.
She said registers would
improve transparency of the
councils operations.

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like a blitzkrieg approach,
Hilda Street resident Peter
Tallantire said.
If you look at Wikipedia
it states it means lightning
war.
Tony Turner, from Violet
Grove, agreed and said a
blitzkrieg approach should
be taken.
John Godfrey, another
Hilda Street resident, said
it was cheaper for hospital
workers to take the slim risk
of an occasional $55 parking
ticket than to pay up to $5.90
to park there daily.
Another speaker said
the councils rangers were
hopeless, while another
said they were doing what
they could.
Some speakers even of-

Rokeby markets take break


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and will re-open January 16.
The market is operated by Subiaco-based Venn Property
Group.
In October, just before the opening weekend, Venn
Group CEO Evan Briers said a year of planning had gone
into the markets and that it could have been the biggest
street market in Australia.
A Venn Group spokesperson said the extended break
was presumably because many people would still be on
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Residents said they
thought there were just two
rangers on duty, but Subiaco
CEO Don Burnett said the
council had 10 rangers.
He admitted that filling
ranger jobs could be difficult.
Local homeowners also
want the council to reverse
a recent policy change that
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from two to one.
Mr Burnett told the meeting that parking was a major
issue for the community.
Ive been here for eight
weeks and every day there
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the generations of MLC families to come, Ms Cody said,
as PACT workers prepared to
demolish Bosisto Hall and the
early years classrooms.
Its part of our 10-year plan
and fulfils our ambitions to enable the learning environment
to become the third teacher.
Bosisto Hall was built in 1956
and named for long-serving
MLC council secretary Roy
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Ms Cody said his grandson,
Mark, and Marks wife, Helen,
who had gone to MLC, were
very supportive of the changes.
The Bosisto Walk will be
created in honour of the family, Ms Cody said.
Modular classrooms will go
on the school oval this month.
A development assessment
panel approved the redevelopment in August.

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Cott goes for new


meeting schedule
Cottesloe residents
could have better access
to information this year
thanks to new meeting
arrangements, council
CEO Mat Humfrey says.

X marks the spot


for parking
Parking issues would
probably top the list of
complaints about Subiaco.
Many people, including
residents, workers, visitors
and shoppers, have stories
or grievances about parking there.
Subiaco council, which
says the city has 4400 parking bays, has produced a
map to show where they
are.
Local businesses can get
free copies to hand out to
staff and customers.
The council wrestled back
control of nearly 50 car spots
in the Seddon Street carpark, behind the Pavilion
Markets, from Wilson
Parking late last year.
Last year Wilson also
lost the carpark at the Ace
Cinema site, which is now
a big hole in the ground,
and more parking also
went at the Station Street
markets, which are also
being redeveloped.
But Wilson still remains
the second biggest operator of carparks in the city.

A toast to roast
with the most
The Facebook generation
has liked a Subiaco cafe
into pole position in the
social media world.
Customers of Architects
and Heroes in Rokeby Road
and users of the Beanhunter
app have voted it the best
place for a coffee west of
Perth.
It came eighth in the 2014
list of Perths top cafes and
last year.
Local cafes relied on support from their customers
to submit reviews and
ratings about the service,
coffee selection, food and
searches for the best cafe
in specific regions across
Australia, a Beanhunter
spokesperson said.
The awards are voted for
by coffee lovers and help
to direct visitors to the best
cafes in town, he said.

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One good tern deserves another The birds re-tern to North Fremantle for a romp and
parenthood.

There is a season, tern, tern, tern


The fairy tern breeding
sanctuary established by
Fremantle Ports at the
northern end of Rous
Head is again being used
as a nesting site, the organisation says.
Fremantle Ports environmental adviser Adam
van der Beeke said the
birds had begun courting
there in mid-November
and had arrived in large
numbers.
He said chicks began
hatching in the week before Christmas and numbers would peak this week.
Very little is known
about the structure of

our local migratory subpopulation of fairy terns,


the role of the sanctuary
in maintaining this population, and its relationship
with other local breeding
sites and roosts, Adam
said.
We are planning to
band the new chicks this
month, before they can
fly, to help us understand
more about their movements and the breeding performance of the
colony.
The banding will involve
an experienced team of
volunteers and will be
supervised by Dr Nic
Dunlop, a terrestrial and

marine ecologist with a


special interest in seabird
population dynamics.
The bird bands are
provided by the federal
governments Australian
Bird and Bat Banding
Scheme, which manages
the collection of information about threatened and
migratory bird and bat
species.
To help keep the fairy
terns safe in their fenced
sanctuary, and to maximise the success of the
breeding effort, people
are asked to stay outside
the fenced area and report
trespassers to Fremantle
Ports.

Councillors recently
voted to hold non-voting
agenda briefings on
Tuesdays, and full council
meetings on the following
Tuesdays.
Until now, in the week
before the Monday night
full council meetings,
councillors attended and
voted on issues at up to
three committee meetings.
The agenda that will be
released for the briefing
session will be the same
as we currently release for
the committee meetings,
Mr Humfrey said.
Mr Humfrey said the new
arrangements would mean
better time management
for councillors and staff.

Briefing sessions will


provide an opportunity for
,councillors to ask as many
questions as they wish
and thoroughly discuss
an issue in a less formal
situation, he said.
This is likely to result
in more information being
made available than less
and therefore result in a
much improved decisionmaking process.
Mayor Jo Dawkins said
agendas and reports for
both meetings would be
posted on the council website in advance as usual.
[Residents] will not be
kept in the dark, she said.
Councillors voted to
keep the starting time of
full council meetings at
7pm, instead of a proposed
6pm start.
Seven is a much more
civilised hour, councillor
Sally Pyvis said.

Shannon wants emails


In a Hillary Clintonstyle email purge,
Cambridge mayor Keri
Shannon wants to see
anything from private
email accounts of former
members of the council.
She wants anyone who
has ever been on the council to send full copies of all
emails from their private
accounts to the council
so it can archive anything
that related to their duty
as an elected member.
Emails that went through
the council system were
already archived, councillors at the last meeting of
the year were told.
The records created or
received by the elected

members relating to council business are government records and must


form part of the corporate
memory and may form part
of the state archive, Ms
Shannon said.
At present, no elected
member past or present
has forwarded relevant
emails from their private
account to the town for
archival.
Ms Shannons idea was
due to be put to the vote
but at the last minute
was withdrawn from the
agenda.
Instead, it will be discussed at one of the closed
forum meetings where
members of the public are
not admitted.

Firies avoid magnetic personalities


By LLOYD GORMAN
Firefighters may have a
reputation for being hunks,
but there is one attraction the
crews of Daglish fire station
want to avoid.
Over the past two weeks the
local firies have been brushing
up safety procedures for dealing
with emergencies at King Edward
Memorial Hospital.
Among the dangers they face is
being hurt by some of the specialised equipment in the hospital
particularly magnetic resonance
imaging (MRI) machines.

The hospitals MRI scanner is


on the ground floor of A block,
opposite the patient library, and
operates Monday to Friday.
There are cases worldwide
of patients, staff and even firefighters being pulled with force
from a distance by the equipments powerful magnet when
they have metal objects, such
air tanks/breathing apparatus,
on them.
Firefighters from Daglish fire
station were recently performing a scheduled familiarisation
of King Edward Memorial
Hospital, said DFES north
coastal metropolitan superinten-

dent Allan Riley.


The crews discussed firefighting techniques required in the
vicinity of an MRI machine.
Superintendent Riley said he
expected there would be another
two visits for the same purpose to
KEMH in the near future.
Familiarisation visits were
standard for all fire station crews,
he said.
Firefighters from Daglish fire
station perform the same familiarisation activity at all hospitals
in their response area, Mr Riley
said.
Several public and private
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Iwan Iwano designed the house in The Boulevard for the Paganin family of timber merchants. The extensive timber features had added to the intensity of the re, said experts.

The morning after the blaze, police arson squad investigators inspected the scene.

Fire destroys a
Floreat treasure
By LINDA CALLAGHAN

Mystery surrounds the cause of a


fire that gutted a Floreat house designed by renowned architect Iwan
Iwanoff.
Mr Iwanoff has a cult following,
and the house in The Boulevard was
described as a masterpiece of 1960s
Perth modernism.
Many people who admired the 1965
Paganin house, opposite the Wembley
Golf Course have mourned the loss of
a Floreat treasure.
The fire had started inside the house,
police arson squad detective sergeant
Matthew Long said.
It is a non-determinate fire, he said.
The blaze started in the unoccupied
house four days before Christmas while
the owners, a family of four, were in
Hong Kong for a week.
The alarm was raised by traffic police
who had stopped a car for speeding
outside the burning house (Alert cop
raises alarm, POST, December 22).
Officers from the arson squad and
Department of Fire and Emergency
Services were investigating on Tuesday
morning last week, hours after it had
been destroyed.
WA police media said there appeared
to be no suspicious circumstances.
The couple who own it, Tim Bult
and Lisa Church, had bought it about
two years ago.
It sold at auction for $2.1million,
Abode Real Estate sales associate
Robbie Milligan said.
Sergeant Long said it was possible
for fires to start even if electrical equipment was not switched on.
He said it had not been possible to
pinpoint the source of the fire because
of the big open-plan expanse of the
house.
There was a lot of timber in the
house, pillars and timber ceilings and

Detective Sergeant Matthew Long from the arson


squad said the open-plan design of the house
made it impossible to pinpoint how the re started.

The kitchen as photographed when the house was auctioned two years ago.
a tin roof, he said.
The four-bedroom house with swimming pool was built for the Paganin
family, and was lavishly fitted out with
marble and timber, which helped fuel
the fire.
Cambridge council boss Jason
Buckley said it would be the owners
decision whether to demolish it.
Campaigners had been in the process
of applying to have the house added
t it was regarded as Iwan Iwanoffs
finest private project.
Mr Iwanoff was born in Bulgaria and
after World War II was relocated to
Australia as a displaced person.
He lived in Floreat and was a fellow of the Royal Australian Institute
of Architects.
He designed many architecturally
significant buildings, two of which are
already listed on the register: Marsala

House in Dianella and the brutalist and


once-controversial Northam council
offices and library.
State Government architect Geoff
Warn, interviewed by the ABC, said
Paganin House was a masterpiece.
It is an excellent balance of
European elegance and the infamous
open-plan Case Study Houses in and
around Los Angeles, which are now
collectors items and highly valued,
he told the broadcaster.
The Paganin House is full of optimism and is a celebration of suburban
living at its best.
Mr Iwanoff practised in WA from
1951 to 1986 and became renowned for
his creative use of concrete blocks as
a building material.
I dont know of another local architect who has attracted anything like
Iwans fan club, Mr Warn said.

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Subi weeds out garden suburb views


By LLOYD GORMAN
Residents near Daglish and
Shenton Park railway stations
are being asked what parts of
their neighbourhoods should
be protected from high-density
development.
The state government has
designated land within 400m of
stations for infill.
Subiaco council is surveying
residents views on heritage and
increased density.
Daglish was Perths first
garden suburb, modelled on
Britains garden suburb movement in the inter-war years, with
open gardens and few fences.
The old section of Daglish,

built in the 1930s, was different from the smaller, narrow


workers cottages across the
railway line in Subiaco and
Shenton Park.
Many Daglish homes, regarded
as architectural treasures by the
WA Art Deco Society, are now
at risk of redevelopment.
Residents near Loch Street,
Karrakatta, Swanbourne,
Grant Street, Mosman Park and
Victoria Street railway stations
face similar infill pressure.
The survey asks residents
what they value most about
their neighbourhood and how
important its character is.
They are also asked what type
of increased density they would
support.

Another question asks which


houses, streetscapes or places
they feel should be protected.
The survey, on the councils
website, closes on February 5.
Subiaco council which has a
policy of not advertising major
local development applications
over the Christmas period defended running the survey over
the holiday break.
It said it was a preliminary
survey to assist with planning.
A plan for the redevelopment
of the former Shenton Park
Rehab Hospital, which closed in
October 2014, has been held up.
Community feedback on the
draft plan for the 16ha site,
which shows up to 1100 new
homes and some buildings up

details of the carve-up plan for


the bush to the federal government for assessment because of
its potential impact on endangered carnabys cockatoos.
The deadline for feedback
(epbc.referrals@environment.
gov.au) was January 4.
The carnabys roost nearby, at
Perry Lakes and at Hollywood,
Mrs Owen said.
They depend on, and regularly feed in, this bush and use
it as a safe highway to other
feeding areas.
Loss of this bush will significantly and negatively impact the
local carnabys and therefore
the species ability to survive
and remain in our suburbs.

to 12-storeys high, closed at the


end of January last year.
An updated version was due
to be released in October or
November, but LandCorp said
it now expected it to be ready
this month.
Urban bush campaigner
Margaret Owen said she feared
an important deadline had already passed.
She said the Urban Bushland
Council and representatives
from other environmental
groups had been meeting
LandCorp officers to save as
much of the Rehab sites bush
as possible.
Mrs Owen said that some time
after December 7, LandCorp had
referred its proposal without

You are now entering Cambridge


Like Rome, all roads will lead
to Cambridge if mayor Keri
Shannon has her way.
She wants new signs at every
entry to the town to let visitors
know where they are enjoying
the good life.
We can foster community pride
and ensure visitors are aware
they are enjoying the amenities
and services of our town, Ms
Shannon said.
She wants council staff to draw
up a report by February on the

cost of replacing all the gateway


signs on main roads into the town.
Council CEO Jason Buckley said:
I think when councils spend too
much on branding, ratepayers do
not accept it.
He said the council would need
to have a common approach so
all signs were of a similar design.
He said a sign at Lake Monger
that had been knocked over
would not be replaced until a
review of all the towns signs was
carried out.

Mayor Ron Norris, left, with members of Mary Dillons family at the unveiling of the plaque. Photo Libby Collett

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Because she never married,
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They said Miss Dillon would
have hated the attention being
drawn to her, because she had
preferred to work behind the
scenes.
We all owe a tremendous
debt of gratitude to the remarkable Miss Dillon for her
passion and her unwavering
commitment to this place,
Mr Norris said.
Our town was most fortunate to have her as a resident,
as we and future generations
are able to enjoy the natural
features of our town that she
worked so hard to protect.

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about losing a car bay, she


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Councillor Katrina Downes
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benefit, she said.
Planning manager Andrew
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Mr McCabe told a committee
meeting last week he believed
the parklet would bring more
business to the CBD.
There are no losers here,
Mr McCabe said.
Council would be seen to be
adding to the already good work
theyve done on the street.
Mayor Jo Dawkins said the
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McCabes Vans Cafe.
But Cimbalino co-owner
David Morgan said he objected
because it would mean losing another parking bay in
Cottesloes CBD.
I am sure it has not gone unnoticed that trade in Napoleon
Street has dropped off dramatically in the past 12 months,
Mr Morgan said in an email to
the council.
There are four empty shops,
two that are on the market and
three traders saying they will
not renew their leases ... and
that is just on Napoleon Street.
Mr Morgan said the parklet
would help only Vans.
It will do absolutely nothing
to improve the street, he said.
Mr Morgan said he had applied for a parklet but changed
his mind after deciding the

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She was a founding member
and secretary of the Mosman
Park Ratepayers Association
from 1983 until she died, and
was secretary of the Buckland
Hill Action Group.
Ms Dillon is remembered as
an urban guerilla who campaigned to save the Buckland
Hill bush from developers.
On Monday, December 22,
mayor Ron Norris, councillors
Ian Flack and Zenda Johnson,

staff and members of Miss


Dillons family gathered at the
gazebo in Jabe Dodd Park to
unveil the plaque.
Mr Norris said Miss Dillon
was a tenacious woman who
possessed a keen intellect and
was highly educated, and had
used these gifts and her considerable energy to advocate
on many important causes in
Mosman Park.
Miss Dillon was a prolific
letter writer and frequently
wrote to the POST as well as
the council.
The councils archives are
filled with her handwritten
notes recording her concerns
about the rapid expansion of
development and the need to
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Mosman Park council has


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Novelist has a little fun with history


By DAVID COHEN
Novelist Peter Burke says
he has been naughty.
In his new book, he dresses
Alexander Forrest the premiers brother in wet red bathers and an ill-fitting Chinese gown
when he invites a newspaper
owner to his Peppermint Grove
home on Christmas Eve, 1900.
Proper historians cant do
that sort of thing, Peter said.
I simply wanted to see Alex
Forrest so attired.
Peters novel, Wettening
Auralia, is about C.Y. OConnors
water pipeline from Mundaring
to the Goldfields.
WA history makes most
peoples eyes glaze over, Peter
said.
It is regarded as dreary by
some, but it isnt.
I can get through a book a
bit more easily if theres a bit
of humour and humanity.
OConnor, the chief engineer
on the pipeline project, eventually killed himself.
Most West Australians believe
he was hounded into suicide by
hostile politicians and newspapers, but Peter says there is
more to the story.
His novel moves between chapters by and about OConnors
horse-keeper, a nurse, three
Forrests, a British administrator, Paddy Hannan, newspaper
owners, and others from the turn
of the century.
More than once the novel mentions the Six Hungry Families
a set of interconnected people
from WA nobility who carved
up the state.
People talk about the
Families as if they are in the
past tense, Peter said.
Its incredible how small a
town this is still.
When you write about anyone
of that time, youre conscious of

who theyre related to.


In another scene from the
book, John Forrest is in conversation with a fawning John
Winthrop Hackett, owner of The
West Australian newspaper, in
Perth Park (eventually renamed
Kings Park).
The obese premier fantasises
about having a big bronze statue
of himself in the park, overlooking the city and river.
It will give the people something to come and throw chook
fruit at, Sir John says.
You will portray me as a
Roman emperor little boys
could come here to widdle on
my foot.
Peter said WA was never like
any of the colonies on the east
coast.
We were nice middle-class
folk, and that led to a bit of
nepotism, he said.
We were a bit like Adelaide,
except we were never churchy.
Peter said the parallels between WA then and now are
striking.
Just out of a mining boom,
the rest of the world in recession, he said.
How does a society deal with
coming out of prosperity?
Wed slummed it for 70 years
and suddenly gold was found,
and suddenly FIFO workers
started arriving.
You can see who we are
today because of what happened then.
Peter deplored the trend from
the 1970s for teaching WA history according to themes.
I hate it: principles, thematics, but no humans, he said.
There is theoretical crap
thats unreadable I like humour and humans.
Peter said his next novel
would be about smallpox.
His first novel, The Drowning
Dream, was set in 1920s Broome.

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Nedlands council has approved a residents application


to lease the front part of her
house to short-stay tenants,
despite four objections from
neighbours.

Men of vision Peter Burke has put WAs first premier, Sir John Forrest, in his new novel, about C.Y. OConnor. Photo: Billie Fairclough
As well as writing, Peter is a
doctor who lives in Nedlands
and practises in Herdsman.
Wettening Auralia is available at Swanbourne Bookcaffe,
Claremonts Lane Bookshop, the

Short-stay
gets nod

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Road, and Uni Bookshops for
$24.95.
Peter is donating proceeds
to Direct Reach Ethiopia, and
West Australian Music.

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But some councillors said the


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to neighbours.
Councillor Toni James said
approving Dorothy Bells application for her house at 16A
Broome Street would set a bad
precedent for future issues of
short-term tenancy in Nedlands.
Is this what our local residents
really want? Ms James said.
Ms Bell urged the council to
accept her proposal and said it
should prefer to accommodate
[guests] in an environment such
as [hers] rather than an establishment such as the Captain
Stirling Hotel.
There is a difference between
bed-and-breakfast and shortterm accommodation, where the
host is present and the venture
is in the hosts home, she said.
I love my home, and my suburb, and would not do anything
to jeopardise that.
The front part of Ms Bells
property was listed as a Senior
Persons Dwelling but is now a
Use Not Listed, or short-stay
accommodation dwelling.
It is understood that Ms Bell
has leased the section of her
home to people wanting to
stay somewhere close to Sir
Charles Gairdner Hospital and
Karrakatta Cemetery.
When Nedlands asked neighbours what they thought, there
were four objections and one
supporting comment.
No more than two guests are
now allowed to stay at the property at one time, for a maximum
of three months.

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Cole quits for Albany


Nedlands councils second-incommand, Mike Cole, has quit
for a sea-change.
Mr Cole, corporate and strategy
director, is taking on a new job
with Albany council.
A keen surf lifesaver, Mr Cole
and his wife, Maxine, were due to
move to Albany this month.
Their son and daughter are both
grown up and have left home.
We love the Albany area we
have holidayed down there a lot,
Mr Cole said.
He said he and his wife had
talked about making a lifestyle
change.
When this job at Albany came
up, we decided it was the perfect
time, he said.
Mr Cole will be taking on the
same role, director of corporate
services, at Albany.
He worked at Nedlands for more
than eight years after moving from

Mike Cole is o to Albany.


the former Wanneroo council.
His five-year contract with
Nedlands has another year to run.
Mr Cole ran the council for nine
months after former CEO Graham
Foster resigned in 2012 following
the election of some councillors.

Graham Barton on the balcony he says will be blocked by a big wall at the neighbouring site of the Psaros
development.

Wall will block light, air


Residents of a Churchlands
unit complex say they feel
cheated by a 97-apartment
block proposed for the site
next door.
One of the residents, Graham
Barton, said he had recently
discovered the development
meant a wall outside his firstfloor unit, off Flynn Street,
would be replaced by one
that would come halfway up
his balcony.
It will block the sunlight
and the ventilation, he said.
The five-storey development,
by the Psaros company, had
been approved by the development assessment panel
rather than Stirling council,
residents said.
Mr Barton said Psaros had
told him the wall outside his
property had to come down
to make way for its wall, and
because the existing wall was

5cm out of alignment.


Mr Barton said he had lived
in his unit for 17 years.
He said the units strata
managers were investigating
whether residents had a claim
for adverse possession if the
wall was 5cm out.
He said unit residents at the
DAP meeting that discussed
the development had been
told they were not allowed to
address the meeting with their
concerns.
They said we needed to give
72 hours notice that we wanted
to speak, he said.
Meanwhile Cambridge council, which owns the park on the
corner of Grantham and Selby
streets in Floreat, which is
next to the development site,
will lease part of the park to
Psaros.
During negotiations, Justin
Hatch, from Psaros, told
Cambridge council that using

the park for deliveries would


reduce Selby Street closures
and would reduce inconvenience for people in the area.
But councillor Andres
Timmermanis twice argued
the company was not paying
enough.
Psaros said it would bury
powerlines during the construction process, but Mr
Timmermanis said there
would be no benefit from that
to Cambridge residents.
After more talks with
Cambridge council, Psaros
offered to pay $308 a day to
use the park.
When Mr Timmermanis
argued about the terms of the
planning approval, councillor
Tracey King said it was difficult when two councils were
involved.
I would be uneasy riding
roughshod over the City of
Stirling, she said.

$100k Hollywood pool backstroke


By LINDA CALLAGHAN
Parents who faced a marathon fundraising effort to
fix up the swimming pool at
Hollywood Primary School
are breathing a sigh of relief.
Officials at the Department
of Education have backflipped
and come up with $100,000 towards the work on the 45-yearold pool.
It means we will be able to
do the work this year, P&C
member Veronica Binns said.
The Education Minister,
Peter Collier, did one of his
spontaneous school visits
and the next thing we know
is we get a letter from the
department saying they have

allocated the money.


Mr Collier said the decision
had nothing to do with him or
his visit.
Having visited the school
I am extremely conscious of
the issues that have existed in
regard to its ongoing viability,
Mr Collier said.
I am pleased that the
Education Department has
been able to assist in overcoming these problems.
Mr Colliers spokesman said
he could not favour one school
over another and the decision
was not his call to make.
John Fischer, executive
director at the department,
said: The pool at Hollywood
Primary School is highly
valued by both the school

and wider community, and a


place where vital swimming
and water safety programs are
taught, including the popular
VacSwim program.
The P&C gets an annual
grant from Nedlands council
that covers the cost of chemicals, for opening the pool to
the public.
The council does not have
its own pool.
Ms Binns said staff had said
the council would not make
a donation because the pool
belonged to the Education
Department.
Local businesses donated
dozens of prizes for a raffle
and the women of Nedlands
Golf Club donated $2000 to
the pool fund.

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CAMBRIDGE NEWS
January 2016

Opening of Yange Kep Bidi


The third trail in the Whadjuk network, the
Yange Kep Bidi has now opened.

with the wider community and the Noongar people,


traditional owners of the land.

The longest in the Whadjuk network of trails, the


21.2km long Yange Kep Bidi starts at Freshwater
Bay on the Swan River foreshore and finishes at
Lake Monger. Along the way it meanders through
scenic bushland and past the new Bold Park Aquatic
where walkers can stop off for a drink or bite to eat.

The trails celebrate and share Noongar culture


through the use of modern technology, offering
users a diverse and unique experience. The trails
attract walkers, cyclists, photographers and dog
owners who enjoy the flora and fauna and wildlife.

The Yange Kep Bidi is an initiative of community


groups from the Western Suburbs Regional
Organisation of Councils (WESROC) and has been
developed with collaboration and consultation
between the community, Department of Sport
and Recreation, Lotterywest and State and Local
Governments.
Pictured from L to R: Mayor Shannon, Sally Wallace from WESROC, Neville Collard
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Australia Day Festival and


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Celebrate Australia Day in true Aussie style under the shady gum
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entertainment provided on the day, together with a free breakfast
generously supplied by the Lions Club of Floreat.
Date:

Tuesday, 26 January 2016, 8am - 12noon

Where: Perry Lakes Reserve, Floreat (just off Perry Lakes Drive)

Extreme Water Sports Fun Day


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The trails link remnant bushlands, heritage trails and


significant Aboriginal sites. This project furthers links

Get to
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neighbours!
As part of the Towns Community Safety and
Crime Prevention Plan, funding is being offered
for Get to Know Your Neighbour gatherings.
The aim of the project is to encourage positive
relationships and communication between neighbours,
foster a sense of community and create safer
neighbourhoods.

The Yange Kep Bidi encapsulates the breathtaking


views and iconic local scenery. The innovative QR
codes engage listeners with Noongar stories whilst
they enjoy the tranquillity the local parks and
bushland offers.

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you a $100 food voucher, plus community safety
packs to hand out at the event;
4. We will contact either Wembley or Cottesloe Police
so members of the local policing teams can visit
the event if they are available; and
5. After your event complete a feedback form and
send us some photos to go in the running to win a
nights accommodation at Crown Resort.
To learn more contact the Towns Community Safety Officer
on 9347 6085 or visit www.cambridge.wa.gov.au/neighbour

How we can help you to Get to know your neighbours


1. Complete and return to the Town a nomination
form to host a Get to know your Neighbour
event;
2. We will supply you with promotional material
such as invitations and RSVP slips to drop in your
neighbours letterboxes;

Take the pledge to keep our dogs safe


Make a splash this Summer at the new Bold Park Aquatics
Extreme Water Sports Day! There will be plenty of fun water
activities on offer including the ever popular giant inflatables - a
great way to test out your balancing skills.
There will also be heaps of great prizes and giveaways on offer
during the day, so come down and enjoy the fun!
When: 30 January 2015, 12 noon - 4 pm.
Where: Bold Park Aquatic, 215 The Boulevard, City Beach
For more information on our events please visit
www.cambridge.wa.gov.au/events

You can help vulnerable animals this summer


by taking the pledge for summer dog safety.
Dogs dying in hot cars is a serious issue in Western
Australia.
Last summer alone, RSPCA WA
received hundreds of calls from
concerned community members
who spotted dogs trapped in cars.
Because dogs dont lose heat by
sweating, they can become
dangerously hot in just six minutes
and even die from heat
exhaustion.

These tragic losses are totally avoidable.


You can help spread the message of summer safety by
taking the pledge on justsixminutes.com.au to never
leave your dog in a car on a hot day.
Download Heatstroke Prevention information from
www.cambridge.wa.gov.au/heatstroke

If you ever encounter a dog locked in a hot car, stay with


the car and call RSPCA WA on 1300 278 3589, the police on
131 444, or one of our rangers on 9347 6000.

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POST, January 2, 2016 Page 11

Dont mention the war Lake plan to


By DAVID COHEN

be refloated

Volunteer library worker


Wendy Johnson-Noonan gets
some odd requests when choosing books for older readers.
The Nedlands resident helps
up to 20 people get their reading
fix via Claremonts library.
One particular woman will
only have English crime writers
or thrillers, Wendy said.
Another doesnt want war
stories. Some want only talking
books.
Some want biography and
serious writing.
Wendy has been doing the
job for 12 months and spends
two hours a fortnight scouring
the shelves.
Its a great job and I love
doing it, she said.
Claremont has a lovely library.
Wendy has nearly knocked off
Tim Wintons Eyrie and loved
Kathryn Heymans novel The
Accomplice, about the Batavia
murders.
Claremont recently celebrated
the 60th anniversary of its library service.
Mayor Jock Barker said the library had an interesting history.
Claremont had been the first
metropolitan council in WA to
sign an agreement with the State
Library for the provision of local
library resources, he said.
The librarys 60th year milestone is particularly significant
as it is a story of triumph over
adversity, Mr Barker said.
I was among many community
members left devastated when
our library was gutted by fire,
along with the administration
building, back in November
2010.
Since then, the library has reestablished itself in the former
Methodist church in Stirling
Highway.

By LLOYD GORMAN

A bid to cut through red tape


holding up a work plan for
Lake Jualbup will go before
councillors next month.

Shelf life Wendy Johnson-Noonan spreads the words.


Photo: Paul McGovern
From its new location, the
Claremont Community Hub
and Library has grown and its
services have expanded due
in no small part to the efforts of
volunteers like Wendy.

The library also offers English


and Mandarin conversation
sessions, computer training for
seniors, and a home delivery service for house-bound Claremont
residents.

It will be exactly four years


since a council-backed project
for the Shenton Park lake was
given the go-ahead.
In February 2012, councillors
voted to maintain a sustainable
but adequate permanent body
of water in Lake Jualbup.
This was to be done through
the use of a polymer material in
the lake bed to limit the amount
of leakage through the bottom,
by sloping banks in two sections
but keeping walls and footpaths
in other parts.
Indigenous people said the
area was a natural wetland with
a seasonal cycle of being wet and
dry and should be left alone.
Problems with the polymer
trials and a raft of other issues
have seen the lake works largely
mothballed.
In a recent update about the
project Subiaco council said it
had been working with a Lake
Jualbup working group comprising councillors and community representatives to develop
a management plan for the lake.
The plan will be presented to
the council in February 2016,
the council said.
Back in August, Subiaco said
consultants GHD had been hired
to help prepare the management
plan.
The draft plan notes a number of risks.
These risks centred on the
need for further flood and hy-

drological studies, it said.


As well as consulting local and
indigenous communities, the
council has to get approval and
permission from a range of government agencies, including the
Department of Aboriginal Affairs,
Water Corporation, Department
of Water and the EPA.
In August, Subiaco said work
with the Water Corporation to
develop flood modelling for a
one-in-100-year storm would
delay the final management
plan.

Fight over
corner store
The owner of a former corner
store is opposing Subiacos bid
to heritage list the shop.
Subiaco council wants to add
1 Hay Street to the local government inventory and the town
planning scheme heritage list
as it has done with other former
corner stores.
City planners say it is one of
five surviving examples of preWorld War I corner shops and
has been identified as having
considerable significance.
But building owner John
Martin does not want his property included on the lists.
The issue was referred back to
next months meeting of council
to decide.
This gap is to allow for negotiations with the building owners
to achieve both retention of
the heritage elements while
permitting development closer
to the sites potential.

WEMBLEY MEDICAL CENTRE

Herdsman Medical Centre and Wembley Medical Centre which


will be at 343 Cambridge Street, Wembley are delighted to
announce that they will be operating in association as linked
practices, with Wembley Medical Centre aiming to open in the
rst week in February.
We thank the community for their continual and increasing
patronage of Herdsman Medical Centre. It has meant that our
doctors need to provide more hours of care to look after the
community and we can only do that with a second practice!
We will be providing the same excellence in family medicine at
Wembley as has been the case and will continue at Herdsman.
We look forward to seeing you at your preferred location.

Opening hours for both clinics:


Monday-Friday 8.00am - 5.30pm
Saturday 8.30am - 12 noon

Yes! Wembley is very close to Herdsman

Dr Cameron Gent will return to practicing full time; providing care across both
practices
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Dr Kirsty Hogan will work in her usual part time capacity providing her highly
professional complete family health care at the Wembley practice
Dr Julie Moon, a very experienced general practitioner trained in New Zealand
and currently working in Mandurah will be joining us as a new doctor to the area
working three full days per week and shared Saturday mornings at Wembley only.

No!

you do not need to transfer your Herdsman notes to see any of these doctors as
our computer system is linked in real time

Yes! Dr Jeff Veling will continue to provide the community with his years of experience
exclusively at Herdsman
Dr Kym Silove will continue to provide her holistic approach of whole person
medicine to her patients at Herdsman
Dr Michaela Gerrard will continue to listen, hear and help all her patients in her
usual compassionate and thorough fashion at Herdsman
Dr Sara Chisholm will remain available to care for you and your family with her
caring and diligent approach at Herdsman
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family medical care she is known for at Herdsman
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At last Cott loos are looking better


Congratulations to Cottesloe
council, council ofcers and
Indiana management for engaging a cleaning company to deal
with the disgraceful state of the
public toilets at Cottesloe, WAs
premier beach.
Over many years there have
been bitter complaints by residents and visitors.
At last, after only a few weeks,
we have noted a huge improvement in the cleanliness of these
public facilities.
Further upgrading is required,

but having clean facilities is a


start that helps to cover a multitude of other problems within
ithese areas.
Full credit must be given to
James, an All Clean Services
employee, who very obviously
takes pride in his work and has
been working progressively towards a much higher standard
of cleanliness in the toilets.
Yvonne Hart
secretary, Cottesloe Residents and
Ratepayers Association
Mann Street, Cottesloe

Revamped Indiana is about


much more than toilets
It is mischievous to say the
total cost of the Indiana project
is $4.7million when quoting
SOS Cottesloe president John
Hammond as saying it would
be an enormous encumbrance
on the town and ratepayers
(Hammond blasts Indiana
mortgage, POST, December 19).
Cottesloe councils contribution is $1.7million, with the
state government and Indiana
providing the other $3million.
Mr Hammond disregards that
the council has about $10million
in the bank when he says: We
dont want a second and third
mortgage on future generations.
But exaggeration has become
common for SOS, which, in
recent years, seems to have
morphed from a ratepayers
group into an instrument of the
political left, in my opinion.
It would cost about $1.7million for the council to provide
a new changeroom and toilets
for beachgoers.
But with the Indiana project,
residents, beachgoers and tour-

ists get much, much more than


just first-class changing and
toilet facilities.
The new caf on the eastern
side of the building will provide
a much needed casual eatery
out of the sea breeze, where
residents, swimmers and tourists can meet to enjoy meals or
coffee.
The now dead area between
Indiana and Marine Parade
becomes usable public open
space with a wider path for
pedestrians and cyclists.
The Cottesloe Surf Life Saving
Club gets a better boatshed and
there is universal access to the
beach.
And the existing lease, widely
regarded as a dog, is scrapped
and replaced by one that increases the councils return,
decreases the lessees footprint,
and precisely stipulates responsibilities.
This all adds up to a huge
win for the council, residents,
beachgoers and tourists.
Peter Jeanes
John Street, Cottesloe

The $4.7million project to enlarge and improve Indiana, at Cottesloe beach, will involve extending this northeastern corner of the building into a terrace with a bar and a kiosk. The palm tree on the left of the picture plus
casuarinas will be felled. Photo: Paul McGovern

LEstrange survey was lacking in information


I was extremely dismayed
with Churchlands MP Sean
LEstranges approach to surveying his electorate about sites for
a new high school.
Not nearly enough background
information was given for us
to make an informed decision
on a site.
In my view, none of the four
sites is suitable.
Three are in bush reserves:
the former Skyline drive-in site,
land on the corner of Rochdale
and Wollaston roads, and land
on the corner of The Boulevard
and West Coast Highway.
Three sites are labelled vacant land .
Yes, two are vacant because
they are bush reserves.
Even the Fred Burton Park

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Additionally, the site on the
corner of The Boulevard and
West Coast Highway is not only
a Bush Forever site, but also
on the corner of a very busy
intersection, noisy and very
hazardous for those who ride
bikes to school, and pedestrians.
None of this is mentioned in
Mr LEstranges survey.
Nor is Bold Park, though two
potential sites are within it.
Bold Park is not even shown
on the survey map.
Using the old high school
and drive-in sites would involve significant incursions
into Bold Park, including the
high-conservation-value bush

surrounding the drive-in area.


Possibly all four sites are
bushre prone, which was not
even considered.
Another lesson from this issue
is to think in the long term before we close down or hand over
existing schools in government
grabs for cash.
We need another high school
in our area because Swanbourne
and Hollywood highs were
closed and their land sold for
housing, City Beach High School
was leased out because, for
a short while, its enrolments
were down, and the dream
that Shenton College and
Churchlands High could cope
with local student numbers did
not come true.
Kerry Smith
Asten Road, City Beach

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Students speak
out on violence
Christopher Scholten shared
a sobering statistic about violence against women with his
students.
One in five of your generation
thinks a sex act online means
consent to sex in real life,
Mr Scholten told Presbyterian
Ladies College students.
The Peppermint Grove school
held several events to mark
the United Nations 16 Days
of Activism aimed at ending
violence against women.
Girls voiced their concerns at
a lunchtime speakers corner
and completed signs that began
No More ...
Phrases like these need to
be widely communicated, said
Year 12 student Lucy Banks, after
she wrote No More Ignorance.

In our politics and law class


we learnt one in three women is
abused, either verbally, physically or emotionally.
Year 12 student Sasha Welch
said women should be able to
trust people they were with,
instead of fearing them.
If youre suffering domestic
violence you should tell someone, she said.
You shouldnt be afraid to
get help.
As part of the UN campaign
orange was used to symbolise
a brighter future without violence.
Landmarks lit in the colour
included Niagara Falls, the
ruins at Petra in Jordan and the
European Commission building
in Belgium.

Claude de Bernales loved ne cars, and built a garage and chaueurs quarters to match. One of his cars
is shown outside the building before the mining entrepreneur converted it to the style of a Spanish villa.

New life for Claudes old garage


Some of the cash from the
$8million sale of an old quarry
in Cottesloe will be used to
restore an old garage and
stables now Cottesloe Civic
Centres lesser hall.

Signs of the times Lucy Banks, left, and Sasha Welch want violence
against women to stop.

REPORT OF THE LAKE


CLAREMONT PARKLAND
RECREATION WORKING PARTY
In 2010 the Town of Claremont Council adopted the Lake Claremont
Concept Plan which was developed to effectively manage and maintain
to Lake Claremont Precinct for broad community use.
The Town, working in conjunction with Friends of Lake Claremont,
have worked diligently to ensure the Lake environment is protected
and the ecological sustainability of the precinct is secure. To support
and enhance the work achieved, in May 2015 Council resolved
to establish a Lake Claremont Parkland Recreation Working Party
to consider the possible future uses of the parkland as a recreational
resource for the community.
The Town sought community feedback through a survey in June 2015
which identied a number of areas for improved recreational use within
the precinct. The feedback from the survey was used to formulate the
Report of the Lake Claremont Parkland Recreation Working Party,
which is now being advertised for comment.
Comments may be submitted by no later than 22 January 2016 via written
correspondence addressed to:
CEO, Stephen Goode
Town of Claremont
PO Box 54, Claremont 6010 or email
to toc@claremont.wa.gov.au
To view the report go to www.claremont.wa.gov.au
or visit the Town of Claremont, 308 Stirling Highway, Claremont.

The well-used lesser hall is


in a bad way, but an expensive
fix is on the way.
Late last month, councillors
voted to endorse spending
$653,000 on the civic centres
lesser hall, including $221,500
in the next financial year.
A report to councillors said
the roof leaked, the floor was
significantly out of level, there
were structural cracks in the
walls, and the kitchen and
female toilet layouts were

clunky at best.
The male and disabled
toilets are accessed from the
exterior of the building, the
report said.
The existing kitchen is of
limited value for catering, and
the current toilet arrangement
does not work for regular users
of the building.
The entire floor structure
will have to be removed and
re-built, and the original floorboards re-laid.
The quarry, which the council
has used for many decades as a
truck depot, was sold to private
developers last year, filled in
and converted to a new housing
subdivision.
The hall was built for the last

Notice of change to
Schedule of Fees and
Charges for 2015/16
The City of Subiaco Council has amended the Schedule
of Fees and Charges for 2015/16 to include the
following Planning Fees to apply from 1 January 2016:
DESCRIPTION OF FEE
OR CHARGE

private owner of the civic centre, Claude Albo de Bernales,


who had a collection of cars,
driven by chauffeurs who also
lived in what is now the lesser
hall building.
The mining entrepreneur
converted the building he had
bought in 1911 to a Spanishstyle villa and re-named it
Overton Lodge.
Councillors have been told
that the heritage-listed lesser
hall is a very high-use community facility.
Mayor Jo Dawkins said the
fix-up was well overdue.
It is extremely highly-used
by the Cottesloe community,
she said.

ABOVE: The entrance used by thousands of


local people, including at all elections. BELOW:
The back of the servant and chaueurs quarters attached to the hall.

2015/2016 SCHEDULED
FEE
Value of
Fee
development charged
All applications
$150

Application to
extend the term of
a planning approval
that has been granted
under Schedule 2
clause 77(1)(a) of
the Planning and
Development (Local
Planning Schemes)
Regulations 2015
Application to amend All applications
a planning approval
(plans or conditions)
under Schedule 2,
clause 77(1)(b) and (c)
of the Planning and
Development (Local
Planning Schemes)
Regulations 2015
Application to cancel All applications
a planning approval
that has been granted
under Schedule 2
clause 77(1)(d) of
the Planning and
Development (Local
Planning Schemes)
Regulations 2015

Shenton gave its best


$295

$100

CORRECTION
A City of Subiaco advertisement was incorrectly
published on page 12 of The POST newspaper
on Tuesday 22 December. Please disregard the
advertisement addressing the Town Planning
Scheme Amendment No. 23 available for inspection.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Shenton College students spent, saved


and gave their way through the end of the
school term.
Sue Gilchrist, head of Shentons middle
school, said staff and students had tried something different last year.
Often when kids are given pocket money
these days, they are encouraged to spend some,
save some and give some, she said.
We decided to use that model to inspire
our end-of-year activities.
About 150 Year 9 students went to the Great
Xscape for their spend activity, wrote a letter about themselves for their save activity
and worked on charitable duties for their
give activity.
We mucked out stables at Claremont
Therapeutic Riding Centre, cooked food at
Annalakshmi on Swan, made Christmas cards
with aged residents for their pen pals in
Scotland, designed colouring booklets for PMH
patients, baked cookies for our crosswalk attendants and created jungle-themed decorations for
Rocky Bays Christmas party, Ms Gilchrist said.
It was very fulfilling for both students and
staff, and thoroughly rewarding.
She said students would do the same thing
again this year.

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Community news

Is your book
a winner?

Getting back to business


FISHING

with Gary Shugg


Christmas is done and dusted
and it is time to try out the
new toys you got from Father
Christmas.
And with the lifting of the
west coast demersal ban,
more anglers can get out
there and have a crack at
some good fish.
Those who received new jigs
and lures will be in seventh
heaven, with reports of good
numbers of dhufish and snapper being caught right along
the coast.
Just a word of warning: fisheries department staff have seized
plenty of cray pots this year that
have incorrect IDs or no IDs.
They have also seized pots
that have been illegally placed
too close to the leads at the
marinas.
Entering and leaving marinas
gets very difficult if you have to
dodge a couple of hundred floats
with ropes attached, especially
early in the morning or late in
the afternoon.
Brian from Compleat Angler
and Camping World in Nedlands
tells me that heading out of

Ocean Reef and Hillarys is a


real challenge these days with
the number of cray pots around
the entrances.
Even heading out past the
three mile reef is a real challenge, and he says he has never
seen so many floats on the water
in all his years of fishing in this
area.
Once the pots have been negotiated, fishing has been pretty
good out behind Rottnest.
Some smallish tuna are being
caught and this will only improve as the summer rolls on.
Beach anglers are also getting
a feed, with most beach fishing
locations in the POST territory
turning up catches of herring,
whiting and the odd tailor.
As the weather heats up and
the Fremantle doctor starts to
kick in, the tailor fishing should
improve.
The river has been turning up
a few good black bream in the
usual spots, along with the usual
smattering of flathead and the
odd decent yellowfin whiting.
Mulloway action has been on
the slow side, but the more hours
you put in the better chance you
will have of landing one of these
Swan River monsters.
Keep safe on the water in 2016.

Free tips for skateboarders


Free skateboarding clinics
are on offer at the Nedlands
Skate Park on January 20.
There will be a session for
beginners from 9 to 11am and
an intermediate clinic from
noon to 2pm.
Helmets and skateboards will

be provided.
Participants under 18 will need
a parent or guardians signature
on their registration forms, which
can be downloaded at www.
skateboardingwa.com.au.
The skate park is in the
Esplanade.

The closing date for entries


in the WA Premiers Book
Awards is January 29, at 5pm.

Best practice ... Jolimont Primary Schools Fiona McBeath, left, principal Barbara Ia and associate principal Natalie Oddy are already planning for next year.

Jolimont will teach teachers


Teachers learn best from
other teachers and Jolimont
Primary Schools teachers
have been asked to share their
expertise with others.
For the next two years,
the school will be among a
select group with Teacher
Development School (TDS) status in two areas, Early Years and
Humanities and Social Science.
The Department of Education
will provide funds for Jolimont
to share expertise and classroom
innovation with other schools,
networks and professionals.
Principal Barbara Iffla said
Jolimont should be congratulated on its new role.

During 2015, Jolimont organised professional development


opportunities for teachers in
our regional schools network,
she said.
Our collaborative approach
to building expertise was a key
factor in being named a TDS
school and were thrilled well
be able to share our best practices across two specialty areas.
She said it would enhance
staff development and the students would benefit.
Associate principal Natalie
Oddy will guide the Early Years
TDS program and curriculum
leader Fiona McBeath will
drive the Humanities and Social
Science program.

Culture and the Arts Minister


John Day said: Many inspiring, empowering, informative
and potentially life-changing
books are published each year
and the awards recognise the
crucial role reading, writing
and literature play in society.
A total prize pool of $125,000,
including the prestigious
Premiers Prize of $25,000, will
be shared between the nine
category winners.
The categories and awards
include childrens books, digital
narrative, fiction, non-fiction,
poetry, scripts, WA history,
writing for young adults, and the
WA emerging writers award.
To be eligible, authors must
be citizens or permanent
residents of Australia, or their
work must have Australia as its
primary focus.
The 2016 awards are for works
published between January 1,
2014, and December 31, 2015.
For more information, visit
pba.slwa.wa.gov.au.

Good Lords grant

Ten indoor courts at Lords


Recreation Centre will get
upgraded lighting, thanks to a
$25,569 grant from the state governments Community Sporting
and Recreation Facilities Fund
(CSRFF).
Sport and Recreation
Minister Mia Davies said good
quality facilities encouraged
people to take part in sport
and active recreation and also
allowed clubs and councils
to attract new members and
participants.

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Community news

Gear gives kids a sense of pride


Zimbabwean orphans in a
soccer team have shirts and
boots for the first time, thanks
to Subiaco AFC.
The soccer club donated the
surplus shirts to local charity
African Outreach.
The gear was taken to
Khayelihle Childrens Village,

an orphanage.
Now the children in the
village team can compete on
a level playing field against
other schools and villages in
their area.
The children felt a sense on
real pride and self worth being
able to take part like the other
teams.

Colleen Smith, the founder


of African Outreach, will take
another container of items for
the village in June and Subiaco
AFC will once again send items
for the children.
People who would like to
contribute can contact her on
colleensmith@yahoo.com.

Reabold take out the cup Save a life


in 2016

Each year, the three tennis


clubs in Cambridge councils
area Reabold, Floreat Park
and City Beach contest the
Cambridge Cup.

The colours of Subiaco AFC can be seen on the playing fields of Zimbabwe.

Recycle your wrapping!


The festive season tends to
generate a lot of extra waste and
Nedlands mayor Max Hipkins is
urging people to recycle.
Residents have been really
proactive in their recycling over
the last few years, and I encourage people to keep up the good
work, Mr Hipkins said.
The Christmas and New Year
period typically results in an
increase in waste disposal, with
gift-giving and entertaining family
and friends.
We ask that everyone remains
mindful of where the extra waste
goes.

The genesis of the three-way


competition lies in the Lord
Mayors Cup, which was a Perthwide tennis competition before
local councils were established.
Cambridge council has supported the Cambridge Cup since
it began about 17 years ago and

this year Reabold Tennis Club


hosted the contest.
Using a scoring format of two
points for a win and one for a
draw, Reabold (63 points) won
the title from Floreat Park (53)
and City Beach (29).
It was haled as an enjoyable
event, both socially and competitively, though Floreat Parks
president said the result might
have been different if not for
the club Christmas party the
evening before.

Nedlands is a leading local


government in resource recovery,
diverting about 49% of waste from
landfill.
Thousands of tonnes of recycled waste have been collected
over the years and sent to the
Materials Recovery Facility, but
around 15% of that is still not
recyclable and Nedlands aims
to reduce this further.
Placing inappropriate items
into recycling bins increases
disposal costs, which directly increase ratepayers waste charges.
Extra fees and charges can be
applied to recycling bins containing non-compliant waste.

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Reabold board member Michael Hendriks, right, presented the winning


shield to Reabold representative Dean Williams.

A first aid course could


save a life, and that life
could be a young child,
says Red Cross.
Children and young
adults are particularly at
risk, with toddlers under
four accounting for one in
10 drownings and young
people from 15 to 24 accounting for 15%.
Red Cross says a single
day of training could save
the life of a friend or family
member this summer and
is offering a wide range of
training courses.
First aid trainer
Anthony Cameron believes at least one person
in every household should
know first aid.
First aid training is
something you should do
for the people you love,
he said.
It means you can relax
a little more this summer.
To reserve a place at the
next Red Cross first aid
course in your area online,
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Cambridge
The winners of the
triples at Cambridge
Bowling Club on
Friday, December 19,
were Martin Johnson,
Audrey Smith and
Gavin Arrow.
The Friday group
enjoyed a Christmas
party after the game.
The winners of the
Saturday morning
RAC games were M.
Johnson, Frank Oliver
and Cliff Racey, with
runners-up H. Forbes,
Kevin Breen and
Pieter Zwaan.
The Monday 2-4-2

Community news
Pair win masters event

bowling
games were won by Des
Bassett and Warren
Smith from David
Hughes and Thera
Howat, while Jim
Sweeney and David
Sladen won the plate.

Mosman
Park
The final pennant
matches for the year
saw two good wins for
the mens Saturday
divisions 3 and 5.
The ladies premier
mid-week team also

had a good win against


Sorrento, but divisions
1 and 3 did not quite
make it over the line.
The only winner for
the mid-week men was
division 4.
The winner of
Wednesdays scroungers on December 16
was Debbie Neaves,
with runners-up
Maggie Wilcox, Rob
Barnes, Patrick
James and Margaret
Holbrook.
Scroungers stalwart Merv Legg was
missing, having had
a fall playing tennis and injuring his
shoulder.
A wonderful array of
food was consumed at
the ladies Christmas Winners are grinners Eddie Hammond,
lunch and the club left, and Peter Roberts combined to win the
wishes all a happy grand final of the BCIB Hollywood Senior
Masters Pairs.
New Year.

The weather for the


start of the prestigious
BCIB Hollywood Senior
Masters Pairs was kind.

and Alan Arter and Steve


Appleton of Merriwa.
The day of the finals
arrived and so did the
temperature, reaching a
maximum of 36C.
The quarter final winners were R. Middleton
and V. Jones, G. Nicol and
F. Carbone, E. Hammond
and P. Roberts and A.
Arter and S. Appleton.
The temperature was
still on the up for the
semi-finals, which were
won by Ron Middleton,
and Vern Jones in a close
one and Eddie Hammond
and Peter Roberts in a
comfortable one.
The final did not quite
live up to expectations.
Ron and Vern played
some great bowls but the
rub of the green was with
Eddie and Peter.
The winning pair were
Eddie Hammond and
Peter Roberts.

At the end of play on


day one, the section winners were the pair of Greg
Kane and Dave Hughes
from Cambridge and Vern
Jones and Ron Middleton
from Hollywood.
On day two, the winners were the pair of
Mike Vitale and Mike
Zusman from Cockburn,
Grant Nichol and Frank
Carbone from Osborne
Park, and Merv Hughes
and Greg Regan from
South Perth.
By day three the temperature had risen to the
mid 30s, but it had little
effect on the last section
winners Greg Hogg and
Ron Kerr of Manning,
Peter Roberts and Eddy
Hammond of Yokine,

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With an extremely hot


summer expected, the
RAC is trying to reduce
the number of children
and pets locked in hot cars.
It is warning parents not to
let their car keys or remote
controls out of their sight.
Mark Weller from the
RAC said: Last summer,
our patrols rescued over 120
kids and more than 60 pets

from locked cars.


Accidentally locking kids
and pets in cars between
December and February
is particularly dangerous.
With outside temperatures sitting above 30C, it
can get up to 60C to 70C
inside the vehicle.
Buttons on car doors and
central locking devices can
easily be pressed by a toddler or small child, trapping

them inside while an adult


is still outside the vehicle.
Child lock-ins are common in carparks, where
parents might be distracted
as theyre juggling bags and
prams at the same time.
Never give your child the
car keys to play with and
make sure you dont close
the doors and boot until
youve checked that you have
the keys on you. The safest

place for your keys is in a


pocket or bag.
He said RAC patrols treated all call-outs for children
locked in cars as urgent, but
where there was a risk to the
child it was vital to call 000
first because an emergency
could develop quickly.
With advancing modern
technology it is still possible
to lock keys in some cars,
he said.

Ready to
diversify
By SARAH McNEILL
It is still called Shenton
Park Antiques, but Jenn
Donelly has moved her
antique business out of
its big Onslow Road showroom into new premises in Jenn Donelly and John Mason are relaunching their business with a wider range of collectibles
with a broader price range.
Claremont.
It has been an unsettling
year for the antique trade,
but Ms Donelly and her
partner, John Mason, are
determined to move with
the times.
The new Shenton Park
Antiques, at 227 Stirling
Highway, combines antique
furniture and collectibles
with retro and vintage clothing, accessories and jewellery by Romanian collector
Aisha Dumitrescu, and an-

tique jewellery by renowned


gemmologist and jewellery
designer John McDiven.
It is really important to
diversify, Ms Donelly said.
There is too much stuff
coming out of China and
young people are no longer
interested in the family
heirlooms.
Now its more about
finding beautiful, eclectic
collectibles.
This year Ms Donelly

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stopped running auctions at


the Onslow Road showroom.
In September, just as the
showroom had been given
a facelift and Ms Donelly
was planning a new phase
for the antique business,
they were given six weeks
notice to leave the premises,
because the owners said
they were planning to sell
the building.
Ms Donelly said moving to
Claremont was an opportu-

nity to relaunch the business


as an antiques centre, offering a greater variety with a
broader price range.
Ms Dumitrescu came to
Perth from Romania four
years ago and brought with
her several containers of
fashion, furs, shoes, bags and
jewellery collected across
Europe.
Mr McDiven used to have
his own jewellery design
studio in Cottesloe.

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TIMEOUT

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What the critics are saying


The Good Dinosaur (PG)

It might be a given that Pixars movies are visually


spectacular, but The Good Dinosaur may be the studios
most purely cinematic, the richness of the design and
the emotional power of the wide-screen compositions
stirring deep, almost primal feelings about childhood,
the loss of innocence and the untamed ferocity of the
natural world, says Screen International. The Guardian
says The Good Dinosaur looks great, of course, but its
not in the league weve come to expect.

Youth (MA15+)

On the set Trilby Glover and Ben Mortley, centre, and US actor, writer and producer Ian Brennan, far right.

Movie musical a labour of love


SARAH McNEILL

While everyone else


was shutting up shop and
heading off for Christmas,
filmmakers Miranda
and Khrob Edmonds,
of Cottesloe Films, were
madly filming the full cast
scenes for their short film
Library of Love.
Filming had been
planned to start this month,
but everyone was home for
Christmas.
Back in Perth were
co-director Khrob, who
now lives in San Francisco,
and the films lead, Trilby
Glover, who grew up in
Claremont and is visiting
from Los Angeles with her
partner, Ian Brennan.
An added complication
is that Trilby is pregnant
with their first child, due in
April.
We wrote the role for
Trilby, Miranda said. So
it was really important we
filmed it while Trilby could
still play the role.
Library of Love is

It is still a
waking dream

an 11-minute musical
romantic comedy written
and co-directed by
Miranda and Khrob, with
Trilby playing Isabelle,
a librarian who lives
vicariously through her
romantic novels.
One day she must get
her nose out of books and
start living.
Ian is an American
television writer, producer
and director, best known
as the creator of Glee and
Scream Queens.
He wrote Glee as a
screenplay, which was
made into a television pilot
and took off to become this
centurys biggest television
phenomenon.
Six series were made
between 2009 and 2015,
and there was also an
internationally touring
arena concert, and a swag
of Emmy and Golden

Globe awards.
It is still a waking
dream, said Ian, who
flew into Perth and went
straight on to the set of
Library of Love to play
know-it-all librarian Casey.
Miranda wrote the
original lyrics for the
musical film but said she
was not cut out to be a
lyricist.
Instead, the music and
songs have been written
by father and son film
and television composers
Oscar and Guy Gross
(The Turning; Priscilla:
Queen of the Desert) with
choreography by awardwinning Claudia Alessi.
Miranda said: We
dipped our toes into the
world of film dancing with
Emma Booth in our last
film, Tango Underpants,
but this is a whole new
level with four song and
dance numbers.
Khrob said: It never
occurred to me that making
a musical would have so
many additional challenges,

What is the cost of a cultural life?


To close a year of harsh
cuts for the arts, the midyear mini federal Budget
in December cut another
$53million from the arts
portfolio and $37million
from museums and galleries.
Over the past six
months, hundreds of arts
companies across Australia
have closed.
Perth Theatre
Company shut its doors
midway through the
year and shows no sign
of re-emerging, which
leaves Perth with just
one professional theatre
company, Black Swan
State Theatre Company.
According to the leader
of the new national Arts
Party, Peter Collins, the
crippling cuts have now

put small to medium arts


companies into crisis.
The 2015 Budget was
$450billion, so the cuts to
the arts represent a saving
of just 0.01%.
State Arts Minister John
Day ended the year by
announcing $2.7million
to support the WA
screen industry, but it is
to be shared among 14
production companies.
The funds, administered
by ScreenWest, are
targeting the development
and production of film,
television and digital media
projects.
Feature films Blue Dog,
Jasper Jones, A Few Less
Men, Other Life and Bad
Girl were all filmed around
WA this year.

A Sydney producer
working on the feature film
A Few Less Men suggested
that if Perth had a film
studio, significantly more
films would be made here.
He said that for film
producers around the
world, WAs stable climate
and varied scenery, from
European-styled wine
country down south to
desert country up north,
provided a wealth of scenic
backdrops and locations.
Cottesloe Films started
principal photography
just before Christmas for
the short film, Library of
Love, and the Tim Winton
adaptation, Breath, will
start filming in the Great
Southern region early this
year.

but still be so much fun!


He said it was a massive
bonus that filming
coincided with Christmas.
The film also features
local actors Ben Mortley
and Elwyn Edwards, and
recent WAAPA musical
theatre graduates Jess
Phillippi and Taryn Ryan.
Library of Love raised
$21,360 via Pozible in
June last year, supported
by $10,000 from Creative
Partnerships Australia
as part of their Match
program.

Youth is a film that goes its own way. Quixotic,


idiosyncratic, effortlessly moving, its as much a
cinematic essay as anything else, a meditation on the
wonders and complications of life, an examination of
what lasts, of what matters to people no matter their
age, says the LA Times. Rolling Stone agrees: Youth
is superior cinema, ardent and artful. Sorrentino, an
Oscar winner for The Great Beauty, fills every frame
with ravishing images that evoke his idol, Fellini.
Gloriously shot by Luca Bigazzi and scored by David
Lang, the movie engulfs you like a dream.

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict (M)

Lisa Immordino Vreeland deftly choreographs the story in


her vibrant documentary Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict,
at once a capsule history of Modernism and a poignant
personal portrait, says the LA Times. The Washington
Post agrees: As this films engrossing character study
makes clear, this woman of extraordinary tastes and
appetites was ahead of her time, in more ways than one.

Snoopy and Charlie Brown:


The Peanuts Movie (G)

The Peanuts Movie may be simultaneously the most


charming and the most daring experiment in human
genetics ever conducted. At issue is whether the character
summaries and back stories of fictional pop-culture
figures can be passed from one generation to the next
solely through DNA, says The NY Times. The Hollywood
Reporter agrees it is a delightful romp that captures the
spirit of the adored 65-year-old comic strip.

Edgy portraits tell a story


Geneva Atkinson loves to
find unusual places to take
her portrait photographs
down dark alleys, on vacant
lots, even in the middle of
the river.
She sometimes has to
encourage her subjects to
take part in creative shoots.
I think the fact that I
dont look like a serial killer
is a bonus, she joked.
The Cottesloe
photographers portraits
cross the line between reality
and imagination.
I have an instinct for
what people are capable
of and the power they
can bring to a photo,
Geneva said. I dont use
professional models, I like
the vulnerability of people.
The self-taught
photographer also has a fine
instinct for theatricality and
storytelling in a photo.
Geneva (25) studied
psychology at UWA and
is taking post-grad studies
in primary school teaching
as well as running her own
online retro boutique, Little
Wolf Vintage.
Her first photographic
exhibition opens at Kidogo
Arthouse in Fremantle on
Heidi: Photographer Geneva Atkinson takes imaginative
January 8 at 7pm and runs
daily until Friday, January 15. portraits.

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arts

Wildlife expert
has one fear
SARAH McNEILL

Naturalist Steve
Backshall has been charged
by elephants, squirted by
Humboldt squid, stared
out by hammerhead sharks
and come face to face with
the worlds most venomous
snakes.
But he maintains that the
most dangerous beasts hes
ever encountered are humans.
Steve is best known for a
childrens television show,
Deadly 60, in which he
tracks down the worlds
most dangerous animals.
But the only near-death
experience Ive ever had
was being held up at gun
point by a man, he said.
Wild animals rarely
posed a threat to people,
he said.
There have certainly
been moments of tension
and a racing heart, but
most animals would rather
turn away than than fight,
he said.
Steve is Englands
answer to Steve Irwin. The
expedition leader, naturalist, wildlife expert and
fearless television presenter
grew up on a farm in
southern England and from
young age was fascinated
by the local wildlife.

He is coming to Perth
with the stage version of
his television show.
I never made my programs deliberately for
kids, he said. Its just that
theyre used to not knowing things.
He said the unexpected
success of the TV show
was because he never talked down to people.
First and foremost I
make entertainment, but
I never tackle any subject
unless I can deliver a message about conservation,
he said. It is a good strong
platform to educate people
and get the conservation
message across.
On his Australian tour,
Steve will take audiences
on his adventures from the
Arctic to the Antarctic,
from the depths of the
rainforest to the top of the
worlds highest peaks, and
to the bottom of the ocean.
He will tell stories about
his wild adventures, show
footage from his most
famous expeditions and
recent trips and answer
questions about the making
of his popular TV series.
After his phone call from
England, Steve was heading off to The Guianas in
South America. As with

Steve Backshall tracks down the worlds deadliest animals but reckons humans are more dangerous.

every trip, he said he had


a hit list of hard-to-find
animals.
But I know we will find
other things, he said. Ive
done hundreds of programs
and never failed to find
extraordinary creatures.
Steve makes his way to

Perth to present Deadly


60 Live at the Riverside
Theatre at the Perth
Convention Centre on
Wednesday, January 20,
at 3.30pm and 6.30pm and
on Thursday, January 21,
at 10.30am and 1.30pm.
Book through Ticketek.

Kids inspire Doffie to create


Interior designer Doffie
Athersmith is back centre
stage.
Doffie had been in retail
for 35 years until she sold
her Loch Street property
in 2011 and moved her
design business, Creations
by Doffie, into her home
in Monument Street,
Mosman Park.
Being in retail is like

performing, Doffie said.


And I missed being in the
spotlight.
She relaunched Doffie
House, specialising in
childrens designs, gifts
and soft furnishings, in
Napoleon Street, Cottesloe,
in November.
Country-born Doffie
began her hand-crafted interior design business from

home almost 40 years ago.


She said she had always
been a country girl at heart
and her popular childrens
interior design business
grew through several country-styled deli renovations,
beginning 39 years ago
in the old tuck shop near
Subiaco Primary School.
In 2009, she undertook
a massive $250,000 reno-

Doffie missed the retail limelight and is back with a new shop in Cottesloe.
Photo: Billie Fairclough

vation of the old deli and


lolly shop on the corner of
Loch and Bedford streets
in Nedlands.
She relaunched it as
Doffie: Coffee, Toffee and
Food, incorporating her
interior design business
with a gourmet caf.
But she admitted it had
become too much for her,
and ill-health and the
global financial crisis had
taken their toll. She sold
up and moved her business
back home.
When she heard that
a fashion boutique in
Napoleon Street wanted to
get out of its lease, Doffie
considered setting up a
pop-up shop for a couple
of months.
But the moment I
walked in here I knew how
much I missed working in
a shop, Doffie said of the
little balconied boutique
on Napoleon Street next to
the Post Office in Stirling
Highway.
She will continue to run
her interior design business, but the shop returns
to her great love of creating for children, because
people like doing special
things for children.

A summer of John Butler


John Butler Trio is starting the year
with three summer concerts.
On Friday, January 22, the trio will
be joined by special guest Koi Child
at the Belvoir Amphitheatre in the
Upper Swan.
On Saturday, January 23, at Leeuwin Estate
in Margaret River they will share the stage with
their friends The Waifs, and on Sunday, January
24 the Dave Mann Collective will open the show
for JBT at the Quindanning Tavern.

The Kaleidoscope Ensemble presents

Kaleidoscopes new adaptation of Bobos


delightful story is packed with emotion,
fun, interaction, surprise and memorable
original tunes. Suitable for all ages.
Perfect for 5yrs +
www.kaleidoscopeensemble.com

The Kaleidoscope Ensemble


Subiaco Arts Centre, Main Theatre
Wed 20 Jan Sat 23 Jan 2016
11:00am and 1:00pm
AUSLAN interpreter 1:00pm Sat 23 Jan
Book at venue box ofce or through
www.ticketek.com.au

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CAR WASH
CAR WASH & DETAILERS
*REALISTIC PRICES*
We come to you (Home or Office)
7 Days Per Week

T/SMS 0414 341 543

FURNITUREMAKER
CABINETMAKER

Renovations Additions
Maintenance Design &
Drawing Service
Building & DIY Assistance
Call Dane 0409 928 882

Mobile Car Cleaning & Detailing


From a wash and vacuum to a
full detail
Call 0409 442 714
a/h 9244 2716
for a free quote

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JONATHAN TOWERS
SPECIALISING IN CARPENTRY
AND CONSTRUCTION

KELLYS BRICKPAVING

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National Estate
Builders

884 467

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Bores Pumps Electrical


Sales and Service
Quality Since 1983

BUILDING

BRICK PAVING

EST 81

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Est 1972 1st Class Work

Guaranteed to turn up and quote

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finished konstruction
Over 30 years experience in
expertly finished Additions,
Renovations & Homes
Honesty, Integrity and
Quality Guaranteed
Classic character style
our speciality
Fulltime personal supervision
Built on our reputation in the
Western Suburbs
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BOOKKEEPING

KEARLEY
BRICKLAYING
A B Bookkeeping All aspects of bricklaying

BUILDING

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Landscaping, Paving,
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PAVING REPAIR MAN

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Specialising in Painted and Timber
Media Cabinets, Bookcases,
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I PERSONALLY DESIGN,
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ENSURING THE
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0417 998 435

Extensions & Renovations


Maintenance & Repairs
All Jobs, Big & Small

0423 247 903


carpentry

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CARPET CLEANING

CEILINGS

CARPET CLINIC

PLASTERLINE
INDUSTRIES

Established 1981

Undertaking all aspects


of carpentry.
Specialising in Renovations.
Restoration on Colonial
& Heritage Properties.
References upon request.
Service & Quality Guaranteed.
Please call

David Macdonald
0488 208 999
Carpentry &
Maintenance
Solutions
Over 30 years experience.
All aspects of Carpentry and Joinery.
Heritage/Federation/Colonial
restoration and renovation.
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Carpentry
Handyman
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Qualied Charpenter with over 30 years experience


Specialising in:

Doors
Skirting
Stud Framing Gates
Cedar Lining
Pergolas & Decking

I Pride myself in completing


all work to perfection
Ph Nick

0414 337 873

Patches Carpentry
and Maintenance
Decking Pergolas Fencing
Renovations Framing Skirtings
Shelving Fit outs Cedar Linings
Screens Repairs

Domestic & Commercial


Carpets L/suites
Steam extraction voted
best way of cleaning
carpet by
CHOICE MAGAZINE
Our Reputation and
Quality is why we RETAIN
our Customers
Dont take a chance
Contact Martin Cook

9383 7977
0418 940 145

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WOODVILLE

WOODWORKS & RENOVATIONS


Suppliers of:
Top Class Timber Joinery
Budget Joinery Cheapest Doors
in Perth Kitchens & Wardrobes
Project Management Undertaken
Call Neville 0416 190 154
or email: nev@mbas.com.au

CARPET & VINYL


REPAIR

MUIRS
Carpets, Vinyl Repair,
Restretch, Lay
Carpet and Lounges
STEAM CLEANED
Ian 0419 448 406
9444 7531

CARPET LAID ADAPTED


Repair Specialist 35 yrs exp.
Power Restretching. Patching
Fit Back Carpet to Tiles/Wood
Old, New. No Job Too Small
Underlay Supplied

9447 4429 0417 184 655

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in the

Trades &
Services

FOR ADVICE & QUOTE


PHONE RHYS ON

9446 2011
HERBS CEILINGS
FOR ALL YOUR
CEILING PROBLEMS
CALL THE EXPERT.
OLD OR NEW CEILINGS
REPAIRED OR REPLACED
40 Years Experience
Ph

For the cleanest


carpet possible
COTTESLOE CARPET
CLEANING
Western Suburbs
Specialist!
RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL
RENTAL

0411 547 487

APEX CEILINGS
& PARTITIONS

PULL DOWNS DECORATIVE


DRYWALL REPAIRS
INSURANCE SUSPENDED
Police Cleared - Free Quotes

Ph Andrew

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TILE & GROUT
CLEANING
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MELITA
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Clean Lounge Suites


Also Stain Guard for Carpets.
Floors Stripped & Sealed
Windows Cleaned
Tile & Grout Cleaning
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STEAM CLEANING
CARPETS, RUGS AND
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TILE AND GROUT
OWNER OPERATED
AVAILABLE 7 DAYS
FREE CALL

Ph 9383 3510
Mob 0413 833 966

STAIGERS
Carpet & Cleaning

Carpet
Tiles & Grout
Vinyl & Lino
PH: ELSA

Upholstery
End of lease cleaning
Office cleaning
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Regular Cleaning $40.00 per hour
Vacant cleaning/one off $55 per hour
Professional & Reliable

Ph Betty 0408 241 464

A.SKY
Cleaning Service
Home Cleaning Special
$25p/hr
Vacate & Rent Inspection
cleaning
Commercial & Window
Cleaning
We bring our own
equipment & chemicals
POLICE CLEARED & FULLY
INSURED
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DUTCH ANTIQUE
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Buying, Selling
& Restoration of
Antique Clocks
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COMPUTING

Mosman Computer Training


One-one to suit your needs
Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Photos,
Emails/Internet/Banking
Windows 8/IPads/Tablets
Mature aged VERY welcome
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ALL OUTDOOR AREAS
HIGH PRESSURE HOT & COLD CLEAN
Driveway Algae, Moss, Oil Stains
Paving, Driveway, Clean & Seal
Decking Scrub, Seal & Repairs
Tennis Court Vac, Algae Treatment
& High Pressure Clean
Gutters & Windows
Pool Clean & Maintenance
Vacate Clean, Domestic & Commercial
Garden Clean-up & Rubbish Removal
NO MESS - FREE QUOTE - 15 YEARS
EXPERIENCE - POLICE CLEARANCE
FOURWAY OUTDOOR

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0414 874 787


MOST CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
NO SURCHARGE

Professional,
House/Office/Vacate
Cleaning & Ironing Service
Good references
100% guaranteed services
Ph Melisa 0406 341 162
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CLEAN PERFECT
Regular Vacate Moving In/Out
Spring Rent Inspection
COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC
Police Cleared Experience
References Guaranteed

0413 929 436/0403 164 133


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ENJO CLEAN

CHEMICAL FREE
One off xmas cleans available
German trained, professional staff
High quality work, top end work
Police cleared and insured

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231 164

CLOCKS & WATCHES

Husband & Wife Team


Commercial / Domestic
Police Clearance

Ph 0411 445 452

B-ABLE CLEANERS
General ofce and common
area cleaning, carpet & window
cleaning. Vacate cleaning
Commercial & Domestic

Ph: Ben 0408 566 431


RITA CLEANING
SERVICE
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Window Cleaning Service

EXPERT REPAIRS TO - SAGGING


CEILINGS - DAMAGED CEILINGS
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SMALL JOBS WELCOME
OVER 35 YRS EXPERIENCE

We bring our own equip and chemical


Special house cleaning $25p/hr

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FULLY INSURED & POLICE CLEARED

Free quote call Galen

0433 145 346

WATCH REPAIRS
CLOCK REPAIRS
BATTERIES
STRAPS
FREE QUOTES
EASY PARKING
OVER 35 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Shop 5a Station Street Village
Cottesloe 6011
Tel/Fax: 9384

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call Chris

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DESIGN & DRAFTING

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VIKING CONCRETE
WE COVER ALL ASPECTS OF
CONCRETE SPECIALISING IN
EXPOSED AGGREGATE WITH
20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE.

Ph Mick on 0400 212 917

colourstone DRAFTING SERVICES


CONCRETE
Council Approval
Drafting
Extension &
Renovation

0411 329 003

Call Tony
NO JOB TOO SMALL !

PERTH HOME
DESIGNERS

CURTAINS
Aussie

Curtain Call

COMPUTERS
TELEPHONE
Broadband, Domains, Networking,
Repairs, Virus & Spyware removal
Licensed Cable/Phone Installer,
PABX, VOIP, Digital TV, LAN

Smartwire Communications

www.smartwire.net.au

Call Brett 0419 234 567


25 Years Experience

1 Hour
Response

www.centuryitc.com.au

Call: 6465 4444


0411 357 645

Claremont

Curtains
Swags & Tails
Pelmets
Romans
Shutters
All Blinds
Domestic
Commerical
FREE MEASURE & QUOTE

9240 8006 : 0408 569 515


Personalised Service - BEST PRICES

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integrating your new Apple
products in your home?
- Need on-site tutoring for your
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CALL JAMES FOR ALL
YOUR APPLE NEEDS

Ph: 0417 928 439


Email: jamesrslewis@me.com

Quick Click IT

Installation, Upgrades and


Repairs
Virus Removal
Networking
Email and Internet
Data Backup

Phone Chris on 0417 990 396

BUILDING PLANS
at a competitive price

Over 25 years experience


in designing new homes,
extensions, patios & carports
COUNCIL SUBMISSIONS DONE
Call today for a FREE
consultation and site visit

Ian 0408 156 303

ELECTRICIANS

Diana Rice Interiors


Beautiful Curtains & Blinds

Curtains
Swags & Tails
Romans
Venetians
Timbers

Sheers
Pelmets
Rollers
Verticals
Shutters

Phone: 9245 5305 / 0433 337 467


For an obligation free quote

CURTAIN FITTER
Tracks Supplied & Fitted
Re Fitted & Shutters.
Top Fix. Blinds at trade
prices. Reasonable Rates
25 + Yrs Experience

Ph: Peter 0417 772 230

CURTAIN CLEANING
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EMERGENCY SERVICE

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24 HOUR 7 DAYS

All electrical work


Maintenance & breakdown
specialists
All safety switches Lic EC4326
Repairs to hot water systems
Everdure-Electra-Rheem-Solahart
Stove & oven repairs
Computer & Telephone Cabling

RAY

STEVE

0412 922 648 0412 924 134


www.cablenet.com.au

MURPHYS
ELECTRICAL
9384 1163
129 CLAREMONT CRESCENT, SWANBOURNE
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS & RETAILERS

9384 5656

ALL ELECTRICAL WORK


MAINTENANCE AND BREAKDOWN SERVICE
HOT WATER SYSTEMS & REPAIRS
OVENS & HOTPLATE REPAIRS
STOCKIST OF STOKES APPLIANCE PARTS
ELEMENTS, SWITCHES
APPLIANCE SALES AND REPAIRS
EXTENSIVE RANGE OF GLOBES AND TUBES

DECKING

MIKE 0417 189 942

Mac Man
- Need help with
your next Apple
hardware or
software
purchases?

0421 348 136

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448 Stirling Highway, Cottesloe

PH: 9384 9232

A DECK ABOVE

Custom decks and pergolas.


Outdoor living specialist.

Don 040 116 7232


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EC929

ALL
HRS

0412 955 633


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ALL ELECTRICAL WORK


SPLIT A/C SPECIALIST
Lic No AU06037

Outdoor Living
Create your space for all
seasons.

Specialising in
decking & patios.
Call Jacob on

0412 882 011

jdacarpentry@gmail.com

DEMOLITION

Specialising in all electrical work


Quality workmanship

FREE QUOTES & ADVICE


MENTION THIS AD FOR 10%
DISCOUNT. ASK FOR DETAILS

0418 912 451

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A/H: 9302

6644

LIC EC5706

Skilled Electrical
All Electrical Work
POWER POINTS, LIGHTS,
BATHROOM HEATERS,
SECURITY LIGHTS, TEL A
NTENNA, SW. BOARD AND
MAIN UPGRADE, REWIRING,
RENOVATION, SAFETY SWS ETC

0272

OUT OF TOWN?

for a free site visit and assessment

John 0418 949 269

Computer Headaches?
We can help
COTTESLOE

Extensions design and


drafting specialists
1 and 2 storey additions,
Custom Designed Homes

908 230

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Quality service, experienced,


reliable friendly cleaners

www.fastidiousclean.com.au

OCEAN LINE CLEANING

Phone Ben 0419

Liquid Limestone
Honed & Polished
Exposed Concrete
Home Extensions
or any aspects of concrete

0412 226 328

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DRAFTING &
DESIGN

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COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC cleaning

9385 7150 or 0414 660 051 DAY

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Century IT
Consultants

ALL JOBS FULLY


GUARANTEED!

Ph

Unit 23/145 Stirling Hwy, Nedlands

Hardworking

Regular/Spring
Window Clean
Moving In/Out
Vacate Clean
Office Clean

Your local tradesman for 20 years


NO JOB TOO SMALL

Member of the Watch &


Clockmakers of Australia

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Free Quote Call Us

Reliable

0433 445 916

Extensions, Driveways,
Pathways, Concrete Cancer and
repairs to all concrete Brickpaving,
Limestone Walls and repair to
limestone walls.

By a qualified clockmaker

24/7 Onsite Service


Police Clearance
Virus Removal
Data Recovery
Backup Solutions
Wireless Network
Internet Connections

Better Cleaner
@ Better Price

CONCRETE

MIKES FULL CONCRETE WORK

Cleaning All-U-Need
CLEANING SERVICE

9309 9967

Carpet
Steam
Cleaning
Tile & Grout Cleaning

CLOCKS & WATCHES

0404 118 811

UPHOLSTERY

NO JOB TOO SMALL

Michael 0432 968 625

Ceilings installed & repaired


Decorative cornices & centre roses
All ornate work
Gyprock specialists and plaster glass
specialists
Suppliers of decorative cornices,
centre roses, arches, domes and
picture rails

CLEANING

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DEMOLITION

Houses Yards Cleared


Outbuildings Asbestos Removed
Rubbish Removed
20 years exp
DONT MISS OUR QUOTE

0409 958 186

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CARPENTRY

ALL ELECTRICAL WORK


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BATHROOM HEATERS UPGRADE RENTALS
A-Z Electrical Service
CALL MICK

9384 7079 0412 779 947

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ELECTRICIANS
EC 7341

ALL ELECTRICAL WORK


LIGHTING DESIGN
LIGHT FITTINGS
GARDEN LIGHTING
POWER OUTLETS
HOT WATER UNITS
OVENS
SAFETY SWITCHES
TELEPHONE OUTLETS

Ph

0422 238 213

Martin Sladen
ELECTRICAL

Floreat

Tel 0411 123 769


ALL DOMESTIC - ELECTRICAL
WORK LIGHTING, POWER,
UPGRADES, GARDEN LIGHTING
Lic ec 8358

Mintech Electrical
All electrical work
MAINTENANCE and
BREAKDOWN Mt Claremont
and surrounding areas

Lic No EC 3474

0407 770 910

Electrical Contractor
All electrical work
Air con split system installer
Safety switches, smoke alarms
Renovations, rewiring
Power points, lights, fans
Renovations
Maintenance,
emergency&callout

Roberts

Handyman Service

Grant 0433 749 858

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Wembley Electrics

24 HOURS

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Denco Electrical Services

ELECTRIC
BLUE

YOUR LOCAL ELECTRICIAN


ALL ELECTRICAL WORK
Lighting, Power Points
Safety Switches, Smoke Alarms
Hot Water System Repairs
Ceiling Fans, Exhaust Fans
Stove & Oven Repairs
Reticulation Controllers
Fault Finding, Load Logging &

Electric Whirlybirds
with the Smarts to cool
your house for
Around $35 a Year
To Make a booking With
Philip and His Team Call

0407 997 049


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EC 005680

Electrical, Solar Power


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EFFICIENT RELIABLE
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INDUSTRIAL

FREE QUOTES
REASONABLE RATES
Call Langford

0404 092 785

Call Dennis 0450 672 717

All Areas

Call or visit

EC 8293

WEST COAST
Power Points: Single/Couble,
Indoor/Outdoor
Lights: Down lights, Fluoros,
Garden lights
Fans: Ceiling fans & Exhaust fans
Renovations: Home, Ofce,
Bathroom, Kitchen
TV & Phone Points
Internet Cabling
Fault Finding
7 DAY/24HR EMERGENCY CALL OUT
DAVE

Ph: 0419 907 502

dave@westcoastcabling.com.au

NRK
Electrical EC 8576

From $89 P/H

24/7 Emergency Service

NO CALL OUT FEE


FREE QUOTES
For all your electrical needs

HOLLYWOOD
SHENTON PARK
CLAREMONT
CITY BEACH
FLOREAT
CHURCHLANDS
WOODLANDS
COTTESLOE
NEDLANDS
PEPPERMINT GROVE
SWANBOURNE
MOSMAN PARK
Call Now: 6406 1759
Damon: 0481 391 889
Eliza: 0420 474 224
Email: allsafesolutions@outlook.com

Free Quotes at your convenience


Call or Email James

0409 889 679

or james@jcfencing.com.au
www.jcfencing.com.au

Horizontal slats
Gates

FREE QUOTES
Please Call

0432 956 290

RCDs, Lighting, Power, Fans,


Rewires and Renovations
Call Mark

SWANBOURNE WOOD YARD


Dry bush jarrah
white gum
mallee roots

0407 088 082


FLOORING

TIMBER FLOORS
Suppliers / Installers of

New & Used Flooring


Stagger cuts to additions
Repairs to existing boards
White ant damage
Skirting, Beading, 1/4 rounds
FOR ADVICE PHONE JOHN

0412 689 643

FLOOR SANDING

9387 4401
0417 942 962

rob@allfencingperth.com.au

T TI MBER
BUDGE
EST 1983
F-E-N-C-I-N-G
PINE LAP, CLOSED
PICKET, AND
COLONIAL SPECIALIST
Ph: 9493 0344
0419 905 033
Fax: 9493 0355

Focus
FENCING
Specialists in Colorbond
Repairs Removals
Replacements
Installations
Call Adam

0424 101 026

ALL ELECTRICAL WORK

CALL JOHN

0412 229 200

EC8582

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Mobile: 0414 080 753


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Phone Richard King


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Garden Maintenance
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Roger Hill 0419 921 122

0411 706 716

Twinside Retaining Walls


Gates & Asbestos Removal
No Job Too Difficult
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GARDENING

9384 4566
MOB 0412 770 881

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ELECTRICAL
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WOOD & ALU. SCREENS


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NEW SCREENS & DOORS
BARRIER SCREENS
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FIREWOOD

waimahaka@gmail.com

Maintenance and Fault Specialists


Repairs to Hot Water Systms
Telephone and Computer Cabling
After hours emergency repairs.

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Fencing Specialist

0433 019 676

CABLING SOLUTIONS

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0429 880 004

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0437 344 678

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Pruning & Hedging
Rubbish Removal & Mulching
Ph Ben

0428 792 042

Cambridge
Gardening
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lopping Mulching
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Council Pick-ups
Lawns Pressure Washing
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0427 542 655

2guysgardening@gmail.com

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Small Tree Lopping

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GARDENING
GENERAL GARDEN
MAINTENANCE
Lawnmowing, Weeding,
POLICE
Garden Clean up
CLEARANCE
Supply of Plants & Mulch
Pruning, Mowing etc
General Maintenance
(weekly, fortnightly, monthly)
High Pressure Cleaning to Brickwork,
Patios, Driveways
Install & Maintenance of Pumps & Ponds

Peter 0439 930 966

email: wanaqa@bigpond.net.au

GUTTER
CLEANING

HANDYMAN

GUTTER CLEANING
& WINDOW CLEANING
SPECIALIST

JOHNS HOME
MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE & GARDENING

0421 809 872

All jobs indoors and out, Garden


Clean ups, Pool Care, Painting, Plus
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THE FIXER

0422 059 727

ALL ODD JOBS

HIGH PRESSURE
CLEANING

SAME DAY SERVICE


SUPPLY & INSTAL
GUTTERGUARD
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Mob 0419 907 986

GARDEN BAGS

Seamus Home Service


Garden Bag Service, Police Clearance,
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waste and most house


hold rubbish.
Please call for quote
Ph: Kevin

No Mess Down Pipes Cleared


Gutter Guard Installed
Tree Lopping Roof Repairs

Angus 0403 758 242

davidfixer@iinet.net.au

GUTTER CLEANING

FULL
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Gutter Cleaning

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Downpipes flushed, roofs cleaned


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BALCATTA
GLASS
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9387 4442

HANDYMAN
Backyards cleared, tree lopping,
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General repairs and maintenance
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PHONE DAVID (Jocks Retired)

9448 8486

SKILLED
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

Pre-sale Home Detailing


Rental Property Services
General Repairs
Handyman for Home or Office
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Call STEVE 9242
Mob 0407 788

8923
272

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sash cords replaced.
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Have your gutters, flashings and box


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0419 927 224, 9245 2034

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MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS

One Company All Trades


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We carry out all household
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Timber fences
All home maintenance
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Roofs Driveways
Cleaning of all surfaces
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Painting, Plastering & Crown
moulding
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or 0417 461 087

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FOR ALL YOUR SMALL JOBS
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0413 015 808

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COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC
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0411 223 637


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Est 1982

9383 2915
0412 946 476

0450 225 113


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www.lukeslandscaping.com.au

9284 0165

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Environmentally Friendly
Australian Made

info@tlc-perth.com

HOT WATER
SYSTEM

Free Messure & Quote

Phone: 9209 2669

9387 2339

Mobile 0439 333 982


Fax 9387 8581

ALL AREAS - 24 HOURS


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Emergency Repairs Blockages
Hot Water Systems
PL6669
GL7760
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INSULATION

Riverside Ceilings

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 Obligation Free
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 Supply and Install
Environmentally
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Ph: 0421 886 405


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EUROMART
KITCHENS
Complete kitchen and wet
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Decking
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9245 3303

0400 424 357

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Indigo Painting
Lawn Mowing
Fertilising
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www.tlc-perth.com

Office

784 094

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29 Walter St
Claremont

One Company All Trades

LAWN MOWING

JOEL IRRIGATION &


LANDSCAPES PTY.
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HOME IMPROVEMENTS

THE PROPERTY
SERVICES WIZARDS

9284 0165
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Industrial High Pressure


Specialists in high pressure cleaning

CALAUTTI

Roofing, Flashing
Gutters Installed OR Cleaned
Tiling etc.
All Handyman Jobs

www.tlc-perth.com

Quality Work
Experienced
On Time
Realistic Prices
For a FREE QUOTE phone
Geoff 0415 860 884

Specialising in roofs, driveways,


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walls etc. Surface sealing also.

Call Charlie on 0401 019 975

www.tlc-perth.com

Innovative landscape design,


construction and maintenance.
Expert in native and waterwise
gardens. Highly qualified team
of professionals with 25+ years
experience.

One Company All Trades

Enviroblast

Stevens

For household repairs eg house and


fence painting, small tiling or
brickpaving areas, gardening, house
cleaning, cleaning gutters etc.

LANDSCAPING

MOW IT & MORE

High Pressure Cleaning

Police cleared Reg Business Fully Insured

Handyman Service

KITCHENS

DIAMOND

Kevin

Pressure Cleaning Garden Cleanups


Lawns Laid Retic Paving Repairs
Painting - Pergolas, Fences Gates,
Fences & Decking Repairs
Gutter Cleaning Soakwells Installed
Inside Work Driveways Painted

0450 225 113 6143 8721

HOME
GARDEN BAGS
We collect all garden

For all your home maintenance and


timber decking call John for fast and
reliable services

HANDYMAN

ALL LANDSCAPE AND


GARDEN SERVICES
Professional Garden
Maintenance Plans
Reticulation : Serviced
Repairs and Installation
Servicing the POST area since 1983.
Ph Mark Scrine. C. Hort

0417 093 578


9203 9985

www.landscaperenewal.com.au

EST 81

4 Vaucluse Ave
Claremont

Specialists
in all large and small
landscaping projects
Bobcat work Paving
Lawns
Planting
Retic
Lighting
Limestone walls

Phone Peter Harper

0412 917 818 9384 9224

www.greenplanetgrass.com.au

TRANSITION
LANDSCAPES
Garden & landscape renovation
Native & water-wise plants
General garden maintenance
Free design & planning
consultation
Call Steve

FREE QUOTES

Mat 0409 930 924


LAWN MOWING & GARDEN
MAINTENANCE
Lawn mowing & new turf lay
Reticulations repairs
Garden cleanup

0413 653 595


LEADLIGHT

J.B. Leadlights

0497 808 778

Repairs Restorations
Windows, Doors & Cabinets
New Commissions
JOHN BURROWS

LAUNDROBAR

9284 5638
0419 966 945

steve.transition@outlook.com

LIMESTONE

JOLIMONT LAUNDROBAR

Roberts Limestone
Building Co.
TIM ROBERTS
F
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LLY EXPERIENCE
BOOK2550
Phone/Fax: 9245
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Mobile: 0418 299 524

Washing,Ironingand
Alterations
2/24 CARDIGAN TCE
(near Hay, Jersey lights)

Rejuvenate
your
Tired Garden
 Retention & Removal of
Existing Foliage. Reticulation upgrades
 Plant Selection & Design Service
 $5,000 Budget - I have ideas
letsdoitlandscaping.com.au
email + ideas on web site

Ph Andrew 0418 915 881

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK


7am-8.30pm
Bag Wash,Soap Machine
and Drycleaning

9387 8641

CAMBRIDGE LAUNDRY

4/115 Birkdale St Floreat (Cnr Cambridge)

Domestic Laundry,
Service Washes
Pickup & Deliver

WINTER SPECIAL
Doonas & Blankets

9383 9252
LAWN CARE

EDDIES LAWN AERATION

LAWN CARE SPECIALISTS

Call Eddie

0425 551 233


9381 6996

Reg 1964

James Limestone
Restoration

Limestone RESTORATION
Limestone REPOINTING
Limestone TINTING
Limestone CAPPING
Rising DAMP
Brick REPLACEMENT
Brick TINTING
Brick MORTAR REPAIRS
Tuckpointing
Call James for your free quote

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BUDGET

LIMESTONE

CALL 0417 922 078

SPECIALISING IN
RESTORATION OF PERIOD
HOMES

COMMERCIAL & RETAIL

MOBILE 0432 322 026

0417 965 115

www.naturalistestone.com.au

LOCKSMITH
Pol Lic SG 15935
ABN 22337056071

Locksmiths
Guaranteed Same
Day Service 20 years exp

KEVIN SHEEHAN
Master Locksmith
Security Consultant
Glad to be of Service

0412 153 846


7 DAYS PER WEEK
www.sheehanlocksmith.com.au

Roberts
Renovations &
Handyman
Service
YOUR WESTERN
SUBURBS LOCKSMITH
X Home X Office X Car

7 Day Service

Ph: 6350 8500

www.lockstock.com.au

0409 086 497


PAINTING

PAINTING
A.J. BROWNING
Reg. No. 4989

PAINTING
PAPER HANGING
All work guaranteed
REGD PAINTER
Ring 9381

1782 or 9388 1237

PAINTING SPECIAL
For all your internal/external
painting requirements.
For your highest quality job at a
very special price, phone

CLIVE 9383 3412


0447 433 412
Reg. No. 4280

FLOREAT & ALL


WESTERN SUBURBS
Painter - Decorators
30 years experience

MUIRS

Reg. No. 3511

Old fashioned workmanship,


HIGH QUALITY FINISH
References - prompt services. Free
quotes. All work guaranteed. No job
too big or small. Reg. painter.

9206 4504
CALL MICK 0434 835 728
or GAVIN 0415 385 501
20 years experience

INTERIOR & EXTERIOR

ROOMS FROM $250


REPAINTING
Reg.
SPECIALIST 3476
HIGH QUALITY LOW COST!

Mob 0417

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Residential
Commercial
Interior
Reg # 6263
Exterior
IMMEDIATE START
Free Quotes
Call Fred

CARING FOR SUBIACOS HERITAGE

Subiaco
Painting Service

Phone Jack for a


free, no obligation
quote

(Reg 7248)

Reliability Integrity
Workmanship & great service
27 years experience
Res, Comm, Int & Ext

M 0422 781 372


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service
G&A painting

COMMERCIAL DOMESTIC & INDUSTRIAL

All aspects of Decorating


6th Generation Painter
John Allen

0411 453 565

john@gapainting.com.au
www.gapainting.com.au
Reg No: 6273

Rego 8057

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No Job Too Small
Over 20 years Experience
CALL TONY FOR
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PLUMBING

PLUMBING

Skilled Plumbing &


Gas Services (local)
Burst pipes Blocked drains
Installation Repairs
Renovations
Pensioners Discount

9384 0877
PL 5580

9388 6299
Gas 4784

0415 951 865


9300 5382

Call Craig

Renovations, Internal
and Ext Sand Render

www.plumbingwise.com.au
PL6039

ALSO SMALL JOBS


PATCHING AND REPAIRS
22 yrs Westn Sub Exp.

Ph: Jorge 0400 748


or 9386 3953

076

Wall Plastering &


Ceiling Repairs

Including all aspects of solid wall


plastering and plaster boarding.

NO CALL OUT FEE

HOT WATER
FAST

More than fifteen years experience.

Call Travis 0468 789 879

Free
quote

Your work will be completed


by the owners of the
business and full-time team
members. We do not subcontract your work under
any circumstances.
You pay only once you
are satisfied the work
is proceeding to your
satisfaction.
Reg. No. 5298

PAINTING

0499 874 988


20 Years Exp - Free Quotes
REG 7800

5 663
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please consider

COASTAL COLOURS
as your preferred painting
contractor.
With the highest level of
commnunication and
professional service,
I will complete the work in
agreed time frame and terms,
My goal is your happiness,
your peace of mind and your
referral.

Phone
WARREN
on

Paul Stratton

30 years experience

Painter & Decorator

0451 478 078

Reg No. 5309

P&N
Painting Services

Specialising in
+Domestic +Commercial
+Interior + Exterior
+Roof Painting + Any size jobs

FREE QUOTE

Mob: 0451 901 919


0411 354 602
Ph: 9388 8055
paintingservice1999@gmail.com

0400 440 272


Reg No. 6791

PENGUIN

PAINTING & DECORATING SERVICES

Saari Quality
Painting & Decorating
European Craftsman
Very Reasonable
Reg: 6952
Rates

Reijo 0411 610 246


CAPITAL
PAINTING&
DECORATING

FREE QUOTES 7 DAYS


Your satisfaction is
our guarantee

Call JAY: 0410 413 327


capitalpaintingdecorating@yahoo.com.au

Commercial & Residential


Internal & External New Homes
Repainting Free Quotes
100% Customer Satisfaction
Guaranteed!

Jerry P: 9404 5706


M: 0421 477 899
penguin.painting@yahoo.com.au

REDHOUSE

PAINTING
Reg 6375

OVER 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE


RESIDENTIAL
NO JOB TOO SMALL
Prompt & Professional
Service
Competitive Rates

Ph/SMS Geoff 0411 987 542

Interior / Exterior
Your Local Master Painter

Jeff Bond
Reg# 4004
 Proficient in all
General Painting
 Honest, Reliable, Clean
 Handyman service

Ph: 0418 850 750


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30 YRS EXPERIENCE
QUALITY WORK
FREE QUOTES / ADVICE

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Stone / Paving Service

PAINTING

ALL SMALL JOBS


Quality Work
Residential and Commercial

Phone Joe 0408 094 444

MIKE STOKES
Lic. 2216 (B.Sc)

9454 7711
0411 229 312
EFFECTIVE AND SAFE
ALL DOMESTIC PESTS
TERMITE INSPECTIONS
& REPORTS

PETE the POMMY


PLASTERER
0412 802 392
All internal and external aspects.
35yrs building industry experience.
Quality workmanship. All sized jobs considered
Obligation free quotes, Contact Mark

PLUMBING

0415 114 172


9286 2450
STEWART FRANK
PLUMBING

9384 7870
ANNUAL & PRE-PURCHASE

PL.16

PLUMBING & GAS

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Termite Inspections Ants


Spiders Cockroaches
Weed control Silver Fish
General Pest Control
$15 external. Free Quotes.
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Mob:0433 288 164

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PLASTERER AVAILABLE
Small renovations.
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MIKE KELLEY

9204 4108
0408 908 683

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Leaks
Ful Blockages
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Hot
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ALL AREAS - 24 HOURS


General Maintenance
Emergency Repairs Blockages
Hot Water Systems
PL6669
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Your local Plumbing & Gas Specialist


PL 6899

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PROMPT RELIABLE SERVICE


DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL
New installations
& maintenance
Bathroom & Laundry
renovations
Hot Water Systems
Rainwater Tanks
Grey water systems
Water Filters
Block Drains & Burst Pipes
Office & Domestic refits
Toilet Pans & Leaking Taps

AMP PLUMBING & GAS

Jon Howes 0433 824 613

YOUR LOCAL LICENSED PLUMBERS

Electronic Burst Pipe Detection


Power Drain Cleaning, Blockages
ALL TYPES OF PLUMBING WORK
Pensioners Discount, Free Quotes

Freecall 1800 102 888


9384 0202
9384 1030
9389 8989 0419 950 430
MASTER PLUMBER
Lic. PL 5041

SEC. Lic. 4263

38 Years Experience
All Plumbing Maintenance
Licensed Gas Fitter
Bathroom Renovations

Daniel 0412 904 769

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Lic No PL 5456

GL 2676

BEST RATES

Renovations Hot water systems


New homes Gas
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Blockages Sewer conversions
24/7 service Subdivisions
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Prompt, reliable service


Blocked Drains
Burst Pipes
Leaking Taps
Hot Water systems
Cisterns
Toilet Pans
General Plumbing
Mobile

0418 926 705

ALL WORK
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THOMPSONS
PEST CONTROL

Fast Efficient Service


Residential and Commercial

Contact LEAKY PETE

Family Business Providing Local


Services Since 1958

TO AUSTRALIAN STANDARD
Spot Termite Treatment
Rats Spiders Ants
MOBILE CREDIT/EFTPOS FACILITIES
Fully Insured - Health Lic No 43

ALL AREAS

ELECTRONIC WATER
LEAK DETECTION

0408 939 873

COTTESLOE
PEST CONTROL
TERMITE & TIMBER PEST
INSPECTIONS

9335 1552

Free Quotes - Small jobs too


30 years Experience

PLASTERER

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FRIENDLY, EFFICIENT SWISS


QUALITY SERVICE

Kevin

Commercial / Residential
Interior/ Exterior
High quality & low cost

Electronic leak location


Blocked drains/Camera inspection
General plumbing maintenance
Renovations

0419 922 657

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Ph/Fax 9382 3278
PLASTERING  Blocked Drains
INSIDE & OUT ELLISALL
Mobile 0438 755 877
AREAS
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PAVING
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CONTINUITY, STYLE AND
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QUALITY ARE ASPECTS YOU GET
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WITH OUR FINISHED PROJECT.
service & communication.

Small Jobs welcome!!!


Commercial / Residential

REG 7089

DON McNALLY

RENOVATION SPECIALIST

www.precisepainting.net.au

FREMANTLE
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Stirling Hwy, North Fremantle
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BAGOT ROAD, SUBIACO

Reg No 3468

also: GRANITE/SANDSTONE
Perth & South West
Contact Matthew Warren

A PLUS PAINTING
& SERVICES

Mob: 0413 235 163


Phone: 9206 5331
Fax: 9206 5337

F: 9444 7863

Stonework Specialists

PLASTERING

PL 1735

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RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL


PAINTERS & DECORATORS

PAINTING

Reg 7824

ALL ASPECTS

INCLUDING BOBCAT WORK


SMALL AND LARGE JOBS

PAINTING

GAS 532

PAINTING

Reg 6621

LIMESTONE

ZAMBEZI

PLUMBING & GAS


P/L 6956 G/F 010950

Blocked Drains
All Plumbing Repairs
Gas Servicing Installation
Hot Water
Emergency Repairs
PENSIONERS DISCOUNT
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0408 917 109


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PLUMBING

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A Big or Little Job

Steves your man!

GAS Service /Install/Repair


DRAINS Pipes/Leaks
HOT WATER Service/New/Repair

Master Plumber 8898

Gas Fitter 015315

Deal personally with STEVE

0476 908 431

redheelerplumbing@iinet.net.au

REMOVALS

ALL FURNITURE
CARRIED
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FURNITURE REMOVALS
(Est Since 1970s)

9371 0865 Fax 9473 0600

Plumbing Problems
0418 911 216
G.F. 1515

24.7 Emergency service


Family business since 1983

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A FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED LOCAL BUSINESS

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Blocked Drains
Bathrooms & Kitchens
Gas & Electrical
Hotwater
Burst Pipes
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Sub-Divisional
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Flickmixers

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Police cleared

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NO CALL OUT FEE

9387 3872

24 HR

Pensioner rates
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MAINTENANCE & PLUMBING

CITY OF SUBIACO
HOLLYWOOD
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CLAREMONT
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Packing Materials Available
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EMERGENCY CALL OUTS
EVERYTHING PLUMBING

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Phone
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0473 114 683

OPERATING 7 DAYS A WEEK

9309 2961 or
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Best Rates
in Perth
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for 2 men

1800 2 SMOOTH

contact@thesmoothmovers.com.au

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Gas I Water I Drainage
Kitchens & Bathrooms
Hot Water Specialist

Seniors Discount I Local


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can have your whole house
packed in 4 hours!
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CALL TO ARRANGE A QUOTE

0432 602 667

RENOVATIONS
PONDS

Aquarium & Pond


Maintenance
Overhauls and Regular up-keep - Pumps and Filtration.
Installation and Maintenance
Supplier of Fish and Live plants.

Ph Gavin

0414 836 129

JORDANS
Plumbing and Gas
20 yrs Western Suburbs Experience
Block Drains Cleared & Repaired
Hot Water Servicing & Replacement
Toilets, Taps Serviced or Replaced
Renovations
Seniors Discount

Andrew Jordan
Mob 0414 408 521

Email: jordansplumbing@bigpond.com
GF 10071
PL 6562

Pond And Aquarium Cleaning


Ongoing Maintenance
Pond Building And Restoring Of
Older Ponds
Pond Resealing Or Relining
Live Plants And Fish
Fish Health and Disease
Installation Of All Aqua Products
Package Deals Available
Eftpos Available

A Personalised Service

Ph David 0433 324 347

J.Munro

REFRIGERATION

Plumbing & Gas Fitting


Blocked Drains
Renovations
Hot Water Systems
Leaking Taps
Toilets & Cisterns
Gas Appliances
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CONTROLLER / SOLENOIDS REPLACED
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0408 092 350

RETIC
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ph 9375 3216
0407 199 046
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Gutters
Downpipes
Leaky Roof Repairs
Ridges Repointed
Soakwells Installed
Roof Vents

0408 944 891


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ROOFING & BUILDING


MAINTENANCE
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R.B.M.
Since
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PENSIONER DISCOUNTS
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Replacement and Repairs
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Internal Roof & Ceiling Repairs
Sagging Roofs Box Gutters
All Hours

0412 490 868


CREDIT CARDS
ALL WORK TO AUST STANDARD

TURFED OUT

Commercial & Domestic


Pump & Reticulation Repairs
Ph: 0403 248 845

1300 137 663 or 9209 3980


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ROOF
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work no job too small.
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Please phone
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Solenoids located
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Lawns installed and removed.
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and replacement.
Electrical problems resolved.

Phil 0400 340 228


(Licenced & Fully Insured)

GUTTERS AND
DOWNPIPES

0424 133 950

RE-ROOFING WITH
COLORBOND AND
ZINCALUME, WHIRLEY BIRDS
AND LASERLITE SHEETING

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Repairs Pumps Electrics


0419 863 211 Henry

Ph PETER PLAISTED

Graham
0432 119 526

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Watercorp Accredited

* Western Suburbs
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Electronic leak detection
Leaking taps & toilets repaired
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BROOKWELL
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0414 475 527

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RETICULATION

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Specialists in Commercial &


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All Work Guaranteed
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0418 958 607 Patrick


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SERVICE
CLAREMONT

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FOR OVER 20 YEARS

POOL & SPA SERVICE


CHEMICALS/REPAIRS
FREECALL 1800 835 444
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or visit our shop at

257 STIRLING HWY


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Western Suburbs
Pool Service
CLEANING CHEMICALS &
EQUIPMENT
QUALITY OWNER OPERATED
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&
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Roberts

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Handyman
Service

0414 775 586

IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
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NO JOB TOO SMALL


CALL PETER FOR FREE QUOTE

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All Facets of Tree Work
Satisfaction Guaranteed
For the personal touch
please phone RENE COOLEN

DON TILING SERVICE

All aspects of wall & floor tiling.


Specialising in bathrooms.
Ceramic, Porcelain, Travertine.
FREE QUOTES
Don 0435 722 362
don.yoon@yahoo.com.au
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Ph Joe 0408 094 444


TREE SERVICES

NEDLANDS
134 BROADWAY

0407 774 549 9387 5153


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www.lakesidestumpgrinding.com.au

TREE & PALM REMOVALS


HEDGING & MULCHING
NARROW ACCESS
SPECIALISTS
FULLY INSURED
Call ANDY
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Stump Grinding

9384 6164

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Servicing with access to 300 years
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For
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John
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Mark
Lynch

0417 912 362


0418 959 871

If you have trees, you need


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FORMATIVE AND
PRACTICAL PRUNING
SAFE TREE REMOVALS
PEST MANAGEMENT
ROOT ZONE
MANAGEMENT

MUIRS
LOCAL

Ring Ian on

0419 931 966

THOSE
POOLGUYS
NEW
POOL SHOP
2/611 HAY STREET
JOLIMONT

9380 4420
OPEN 7 DAYS

TILING

Contemporary Tiling
Regrouting leaking shower,
swimming pools, repair chipped tiles,
marble stone travertine, porcelain
Reg tiler - Police clearance

Alex 0412 597 261

JEFF TILING
Floor and Wall
Ceramic and Porcelain
New House and Renovations
email: jeff.tilling@yahoo.com.au

0422 095 481

FULLY INSURED
FREE WRITTEN QUOTES

PH: 9359 9300


MAGDA
TREE SERVICES
0418 943 059
Local number 24 hours
Able to trim and remove
large and difficult trees.
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FLOREAT TREE SERVICE


26 Years Exp Palms Shrubs
SMALL JOBS
MOST WELCOME
PENSIONER RATES FREE
Quotes Les 9387 8094

Call us on
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Trades &
Services

WASHING MACHINES
DISHWASHERS, DRYERS
RANGEHOODS,
ELECTRIC OVENS
AND COOKTOPS
SALES SERVICE SPARES

4 Hood Street Subiaco

9388 2251

Appliance Repairs

Repair Miele Siemens


Bosch Neff Gaggenau
Microwaves / Dishwashers
Hotplate / Ovens
Over 30 yrs experience

Ring Ben on

0424 150 899


WE TAKE PRIDE IN OUR WORK

Ph: 6201 1387

www.uwerepairs.com.au

WINDOW
CLEANING
Qualified, Experienced, Insured
Large & Confined Tree Specialist
Tree/Palm Pruning / Removals
Hedging / Mulching /
Stump Grinding. Free Quote
Kieron Fiford : 0418 717 955

SWANBOURNE
WINDOW CLEANING
EST. 1976

YOUR LOCAL BUSINESS


FOR OVER 30 YRS
INCLUDED SCREENS,
SILLS
GROUND SHEETS USED
POLICE CLEARANCE
FREE QUOTES
PROMPT SERVICE

kieron@heritagetreesurgeons.com.au
www.heritagetreesurgeons.com.au

The Tree Specialists

Complete
Stump Removal
Fully Insured / All areas

Free Quotes
Call Adam
Tel: 9246

0235
Mob: 0403 377 692
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0407 473 626

Tree Removal Palm Removal


Pruning or Removal Hedging & Shaping
Power Line Clearance
FULLY INSURED - FREE QUOTES

Aaron: 0410 521 734


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WESTERN SUBURBS SPECIALIST

WINDOWS and/or
gutters CLEANED
TREE PRUNING

Digital Antenna
Installations
From $179
Antenna
Repair
From $75
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From $149

Narrow Access Fully Insured


Tree Work Undertaken Free Quotes

CALL
PETER
0407 520 430

Tree Service
All Tree & Palm work
Discount Stump Grinding
Ph: Jason

0411 351 251


TUCK-POINTING
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Invisible Crack Repairs
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* Concrete Cancer
* Damp & Waterproofing
* Wall Alterations
* Structural Wall Removal

9242 2952

MAINLINE
TUCKPOINTING
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Stonework, Brickwork Pointing,
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- Sites of difficult reception
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Fully Experienced.
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FREE QUOTES

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INSTALLATIONS
TV DVD VCR AUDIO
Digital Set Top Boxes
Entertainment Centres
Pre-Packed
Furniture Assembled
LINDSAY

0414 738 888


TV SERVICES

0439 518 525


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WINDOW CLEANER

$50 disc. for repeat clients


FREE Bathroom Mirrors
Cleaned
FREE Shower Screens
Cleaned
Est 1997
FREE Flyscreens plus
Cobwebs Cleaned
FREE Tracks of Sliding doors
Cleaned
FREE Pool Fencing Cleaned

Residential / Commercial
1-4 Storeys
Includes Flyscreens & Mirrors
Police Clearance and Insurance
Gutter Cleaning
Credit Card Facility Available
Free Quotes Josh and Mike

0416 042 258 or 0413 998 955


1300 460 996
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+ Chandeliers
+ Hard water stain removal
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+ Fully Insured, Police Clearance

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Reliable Service
Police Clearance
I Do the FREE Quote
I Do the Work

Call Rolf
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0408 930 235
WINDOW
REPAIRS

Paul Jones

Carpentry & Joinery


Repair and Restoration of all
Timber Windows and Doors.
Double Hung, Casement and
Hopper Sashes.
Bi-fold Windows and Doors.
Quality Assured

PH 0417 915 636

SASH IN A FLASH
Specialist Timber
Window Repairs & Restoration
Double hung casement &
awning sashes
Sashcords & spiral balances
Fully insured

Indigo
Painting
PH 0407
328 128

www.sashinaflash.com.au

WROUGHT IRON

Metal Ox Ironworks

Handmade Wrought Iron

Balustrades, Furniture
Gates, Window Grilles
All Ironwork
Quality & Service

9272 8282 0419 045 250


www.metalox.com.au

ALL THE NEWS


AND VIEWS

Isaac 0405 300 298


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COMPUTER & DVD REPAIRS
NO HIDDEN CHARGES!
From $50 WORKSHOP QUOTES

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Rear Laneway, 25 Heytesbury Rd

UPHOLSTERY

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TREE SURGEON

0408 405 671

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No job too big or small
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On Time / Experienced / Insured

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CLEANING

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Merristwood UK

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0438 003 571

Services

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REPAIRS

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CONTACT MICHAEL

0407 771 476

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Latest Roy Morgan Research*
shows the POST has 44%
more readers in the western
suburbs than its competitor

michaelstudman@hotmail.com

TSB INTERIORS

Recovery new and Antique


All your upholstery needs
26 years experience

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Quality AND
quantity
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classifieds classifieds Grove


classifieds classifieds
classifieds
classifieds
called
back classifieds
for Airbnb
FOR SALE
HOUSEHOLD
SIDE Table as new $100.
Ph 0405 371 414
TENNIS Racquets, two, Dunlop. As
new $100 each (cost $250)
0405 593 004

ARTS & CRAFTS

BRENda

LOST & FOUND


LOST Diamond pendant with large
central diamond surrounded by
smaller diamonds. Lost in Napoleon
Street Cottesloe on Friday 18th
December in the afternoon. The
pendant is set in white gold and does
not have a shank. Instead, the chain
slides through the back of the
pendant. The chain is also white gold
with an extra large clasp and two
rings approximately six centimetres
apart to allow for the pendant to
hang at different heights. The central
diamond is of sentimental value.
Reward offered. Please phone Karen
0418 768 766
LOST Pink and Grey Galah. Fri
18.12.15 Nedlands area
0403 895 954

Peppermint Grove councillors will


meet this month to debate Tasha and
Dom Sheldricks $849-a-night Airbnb
rental in Johnston Street.
January is normally a month without meetings, but neighbours of the
Sheldricks claim the couple have
booked more short-term guests at
their property.
Last month, councillors agreed to
defer until February the Sheldricks
application for permission to rent
their five-bedroom home, despite a
report recommending it be refused.

A report to councillors said shortterm accommodation did not comply


with the shires town planning scheme.
Councillors had agreed to defer after
the Sheldricks said visitors from the
UK had booked their five-bedroom
Johnston Street home.
In October neighbours complained
to the council about guest noise and
parking.
Last week, neighbours said they
were very concerned and alarmed at
the deferral.
The Sheldricks have continued to

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COMPUTERS
AVAILABLE
Reliable computer
support repairs. Upgrades, new
systems, software installing, virus
removal, onsite work or home. Local.
Call Ian 0411 181 573

EDUCATIONAL
SPEECH Pathologist available to
assist your child with school age
literacy-spelling, reading and writing.
Practice for NAPLAN and OLNA
testing available. Prepare your child
for school in 2016 and watch their
confidence grow. Holiday sessions
available between January 13th and
29th. Bookings also being taken for
term 1, 2016. Call Deidre on
0400 448 432

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your next workshop or meeting?
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Fremantle.
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670
803
www.aplacetojustbe.com.au

GARAGE SALES
ROTARY
Swap Mart. Every
Sunday 7am to 12 noon. Broadway
Shopping Centre, Nedlands. Seller
bays $5. Come and get bargains
galore or sell your goods. Closed 27
/12, 3/1, 10/1. Re-open Sunday 17th
January

HEALTH & BEAUTY


HERBALIFE
Independent
distributor, prompt delivery. Call
9244 4318, 0450 032 061
MASSAGE: Amazing self healing
deep relaxation. Alleviates stress /
neck / shoulder / back / tension /
pain / migraines / anxiety. Zen
Shiatsu Therapeutic Massage.
Trained in Japan Elspeth
0410 853 441
MASSAGE
Huna Hawaiian.
Swedish relaxation. Indulge yourself,
experience
deep
relaxation,
qualified, n/s Alanah
0405 755 715
SORE
Feet? Therapeutic foot
massage including Reflexology,
Reiki, Podiatry treatment. Genuine
care and time given. Health rebate.
Pip McGuinness Podiatrist. 40 years
experience. 9387 1027
WORKOUT
Cottesloe Classes
Gym, Pilates. Creche 0418 950 112
Maureen

HOLIDAYS & RESORTS


5 Bdm beach house for holiday
rental in Dawesville. Sleeps 6 adults,
5 children. Ocean views. $400-$600
/night.
Call 0409 081 013
COTTESLOE Apartment. Great
ocean views from every room and
wide balcony. Renov 2brm fully furn
and equipped. Mins walk to beach
and train. Quiet street. Aircond, rates
from $110-$160pn, min 4. Special
weekly rates from $700 (winter). Ph
9339 4448 or 0405 670 803
COTTESLOE Beachfront apartment
avail. One b/r renov. Great views,
fully self cont. Rates from $95 pn
winter to $150 pn peak.
Ph 0405 670 803 or 9339 4448
www.24706.worldstays.com
DENMARK Charming 2x2 cottage
in Scotsdale Valley 0419 934 775
LUXURY Painting holidays France.
"Indulge your creative spirit". Prices
start from 950 pounds. Expert tuition,
luxury accommodation, fine dining.
Enquires please call Gilly.
www.boriegrande.com
0402 792 779
PEPPERMINT Grove Beach. Large
5 bedroom three bathroom house.
Phone 9389 6565, 0403 870 075

HOUSESITTING
COUPLE Available for housesitting,
good with pets and garden
maintenance. Police clearance and
references available on request.
Taking bookings now Gaby
0407 787 459

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photos
starting
50
from $5.pply
ns a
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GUITAR Lessons. Eve Tsakalos


Guitar and String Inst School. Group
tuition and private lessons available,
any style taught. Learn from Perth's
most experienced teacher. Contact
Eve 9387 5014
GUITAR
Tuition, beginner to
advanced. eddierg@bigpond.net.au
9381 9146

OVERSEAS HOLIDAY
ACCOMMODATION

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Hospital all wear green prison
tracksuits but they are studying
art at university.

CENTRAL
London apartment
overlooking lovely garden square in
South Kensington. 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, 5 minutes to tube,
internet phone and mobiles. 9386
3893, 9389 8881, 0414 868 255
PARIS Beautiful 2 bed apartment.
Left bank close to Notre Dame. Visit
www.5stjacques.com or call
0418 918 979
PARIS Apartment, great central
location, sleeps 2-4, all amenities.
www.ourparisapartment.com.au or
mobile
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QUEENSTOWN NZ luxury villa
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These guests have recently booked
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The Airbnb site shows the Sheldrick
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Prison art coordinator Abdul Abdullah with hospital art curator Joanna Wakefield.

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17TH To 20th Century antiques and
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Because the names of the artists cannot be made public, they


are all called Dave.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Curtin Universitys
Justice and Equity through Art
program.
On show at the Charlies
Gallery, in Watling Walks B
block corridor, until the end of
January are 18 works by seven
students.
They range in their art studies
from working for their associate
degrees to honours level.
All artworks are for sale.

Adam scores top in soccer


Former Subiaco and
Floreat soccer player Adam
Wood (23) is doing big things
in the American college soccer leagues.
Adam moved to Clinton, a
small town in Iowa with about
30,000 people, in 2012 to pursue
a professional soccer career.
In his second year, Adam was
the leagues top goal scorer
and he has been the top goal
scorer for his school, Ashford
University, every year.
Now that he has finished the
maximum four years he can
play in his league, Adam has
been selected for a summer
development program.
It is the second level of pro
soccer, Adam said, whose
dream to become a professional player has taken a big step
forward with the selection.
Players from 800 national
college teams make up the
carefully selected 68 teams in
the summer program.
Adam studies English and
communications and says
the gruelling training regime
can make it hard to balance
university and soccer.
We have two, sometimes
three, training sessions a day,
Adam said.
Adam said the highlight of
his four years in the US was
playing in the national tournament in Florida despite
disappointingly losing in the

Going places Adam in action during a game for Ashford University, for which he has been top scorer every year.
fourth-last round.
Reflecting on his decision
to move to the US in the first
place, Adam said: It was all
about opportunities the

chance to continue playing


full-time.
The facilities are out of
this world. It was too good to
pass up.

Appeal to help fight Bill


From page 1

She said Subiaco council had


recently adopted a statement
of principle, objecting to the
forced takeover.
Residents do not want the
state government to override
the citys council, the statement said.
Mrs Henderson called on

her counterparts across WA


to write to their MPs, particularly those in the Legislative
Council, to express their concern about what was proposed
for Subiaco, and to seek their
support to reject the Bill.
The Bill passed through
the Legislative Assembly in
November with the support
of the Opposition.
The Upper House is ex-

pected to debate the Bill


when Parliament sits again
next month.
When Local Government
Minister Tony Simpson met
Mrs Henderson and Subiaco
CEO Don Burnett before
Christmas to discuss the Bill,
he told them to be ready for
the changes to come into force
on July 1.

POST, January 2, 2016 Page 35

Austin Robertsons sporting

Woosha may be the perfect fit


Know how sometimes you
watch a person from afar and
form a notion about him, and
he turns out to be nothing
like that?
Thats not the case with John
Worsfold.
Anyone who has followed
the West Coast Eagles knows
what I mean.
I have watched Woosha
time and again in the coaches
box while his team is dying a
thousand deaths out on the
park, and I have never seen
him bang a hole in the wall
with his fist like Alastair
Clarkson, bust a phone in two
like Rocket Eade, or lose it
completely like either of the
Scott twins.
Woosha is measured. When
the pressure mounts, he looks
calmer; he is a man for a crisis.
He will need to be. Its likely
the decision from the World
Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)
on the Essendon drug scandal
will be known early this year.
In taking over the helm at
Essendon, Woosha has fully
engaged with Hirdgate and
its associated dilemmas.
The Essendon drug scandal
John Worsfold may well be the man to turn
has been more than just a
Essendon around.

super nuisance: its not only


an indelible black mark
against the club, but it has
also tarnished the fabric of
AFL football.
Its been with us now for
nearly three years, and still
it hasnt been consigned to
history.
Certainly WADAs directorgeneral, David Howman,
while vigorously pursuing the
matter, doesnt seem to be in
any hurry.
He has said, however, that
portraying WADA as the villain in the ordeal that has
tainted three football seasons
is wrong.
We have been professional,
and we werent involved until
this year [2015] when we received the decision [of the
anti-doping tribunal], he said.
So to say that its our fault,
I think, is speaking from the
heart rather than from the
head.
But the bottom line is
that the most high-profile
drug probe in the history of
Australian sport one that
still threatens to see 34 current and retired Essendon
players banned is before

the international arbiter, the


Court of Arbitration for Sport.
In the theatre, a farce is a
comedy that aims to entertain
through highly exaggerated,
extravagant and mostly impossible situations.
The Essendon drug scandal
is high farce, but without the
humour.
This is the maelstrom that
faces Woosha in his first season back at the helm of an
AFL club.
It isnt something a normal
coach would have to be concerned with. The Essendon
squad must be psychologically scarred and emotionally
depleted.
So how will he turn around
the Bombers fortunes?
Its very tempting to take
on a side devoid of talent and
generally spiritless under
a three-year contract for a
handsome fee.
But the poor, much-maligned Bombers will be looking for value for money and
significant on-field improvement, within a reasonable
period.
Of course, Woosha has a
win-win financial position,

because if his contract is


terminated early, he will still
get paid out. But money isnt
everything.
Rescuing the Bombers at
this time is like trying to pull
a man wearing cement boots
and a lead-lined vest from the
middle of the Pacific.
Woosha had premiership success with a great Eagles team.
If he can develop the
Bombers into a great team
and win a premiership, he
will go down in my book as
one of the best.
In their moment of crisis
this year, the Adelaide Crows
turned to Woosha, employing
him basically as a mentor to
the group. From all reports
he did a fantastic job.
Being so close to the heat
of the kitchen of an AFL club
whetted Wooshas appetite to
get back into it at the top end.
He could be the perfect fit.
This isnt about fitness. Nor
is it really about game plan
not at the beginning anyway.
This group of men will need
all the help, support and
encouragement they can get.
And John Worsfold is tailormade for the task.

Burswood will be our Madison Square Garden

Thank you, all

No more hiking up rows and


rows of concrete steps in the
bowels of the grandstand escalators and lifts will deliver
people to their seats.
There will be wi-fi zones,
dining options, lounges, bars
and shops.
And, importantly, there will be
a huge increase in the number of
toilets, which will bring a huge
sigh of relief from the many
women who go to the football.
Aint life grand?

Id like to wish all my readers a very happy New Year.


Many thanks for all your
letters, critical or otherwise.
Keep em coming!
Those close to me know of
my long love affair with the
number 16.
So I have a warm feeling
about this year.
Lets hope it brings happiness and good fortune for
us all.

The 2017 season, sadly, looks


likely be the end of Subiaco
Ovals long association with
top-level football.
To be honest, the seats
there arent that comfortable,
and pretty much everybody
acknowledges that Perth is
screaming out for a state-ofthe-art stadium.
Burswood is being built on an
old ash heap, which illustrates
the truth about ashes: the new
has a way of rising from them.
In time, Burswood, too, will
become an iconic stadium for
anything, sporting or otherwise,
that can draw a big enough crowd.
It will be our Madison Square
Garden, available for anyone who
can afford to play there.
But the driving tenant in all
this will be AFL football.
Without the dollars guaranteed by the footy, the place will
become a government-wrecking
white elephant.
One of the main reasons I
was such a vigorous supporter
of keeping football at Subiaco
was its history.
Thankfully, those magnificent
sandstone gates on the corner
of Haydn Bunton Drive and
Townshend Road are heritage
listed, so no matter what future
governments decide about
the grounds future, they will
survive.
But its important that plans
are put into place now to see that
some of the historic elements of
Subiaco Oval are transferred to
Burswood.
I would hate to see the John
Todd, the Bill Dempsey and Mel
Whinnen, Jack Sheedy, Steve

Marsh, Merv Cowan and Merv


McIntosh gates disappear from
view.
Then, inside, there are the
rooms dedicated to former great
players, umpires and servants
of football who dedicated their
lives to the game. Will we see
the Barry Cable, Billy Walker
and Graham Farmer rooms at
Burswood?
Sadly, I dont imagine the Ted
Tyson and Austin Robertson
ends will survive.
Being honoured in that way
meant very much to me, and it
would be brilliant if Teds name
and mine were transferred to
Burswood but Im not holding
my breath.
Though theres a glimmer of
hope: the ends at Docklands
Stadium are named after Gordon
Coventry, who was long dead
when it was built, and Tony
Lockett, who made just a single appearance there, in his ill
fated three-game come-back
in 2002 he had two kicks and
booted one goal!
But there are more serious
problems with moving football
from Subiaco, and one is that for
two families at least, the oval is
a sacred site.
Beneath the goal square at
the Austin Robertson end lie
the ashes of two pretty famous
Subiaco identities.
One is Don Carter, a brilliant
rover for the Maroons in the 50s,
and one of the few footballers to
have streets named after them:
Carter Lane, in the Subi business district.
The other whose ashes are interred in Subis hallowed ground

is an old mate of mine, Len


Beresford, a long-time Subiaco
policeman and goal umpire.
As the powers-that-be contemplate carparks, theme parks,
home units and restaurants, what
happens to these sacred sites?
Maybe they can move the goal
square intact to Burswood?
Why not?
Burswood will transform the
football experience.
Everything state of the art.
Creature comforts at every turn.

Taj Burrows Yallingup weekend competition for young surfers, Tajs Small Fries, has a national reputation
and has become a rite of passage for many grommets. Photo: Surfing WA/Woolacott

Taj turns it on for groms


SURFING
By CAMERON BEDFORDBROWN
WA professional surfer Taj
Burrow is hosting his grommet event for young surfers in
Yallingup this month.

Subiaco Ovals historic gates will survive, no matter what.

The 11th annual Taj Small


Fries competition will attract
the best young surfers from
across Australia to Tajs hometown of Yallingup from Friday
to Sunday, January 15 to 17.
After 18 years on tour, including 15 top-10 finishes, Taj took
time off tour last year when the
first of his own small fry arrived

on the scene.
Its incredible to see this
event has risen to be one of the
most prestigious on offer in the
country, he said.
I grew up surfing this amazing stretch of coast, and its so
rewarding to see the groms come
back year after year.
If your aspiring young surfers want to learn the secrets
of professional surfing, Taj will
be on hand to mentor them and
give them some advice.
Catering for both boys and
girls, Tajs Small Fries has
become a rite of passage for
many of Australasias best young
surfers since it began in 2006.

Previous event winners include WA locals Jacob Willcox


and current big-wave sensation
Jack Robinson.
Jack won the event three years
running from 2010 to 2012.
There will be a bunch of fun
and interactive opportunities
for competitors and families
to enjoy throughout the event.
Fans will get the chance to
rub shoulders with Taj on the
beach as well as at a family
movie night.
Entry to the event closes on
January 10. For more information, go to surfingaustralia.com/
states/wa/events/tajs-small-friesyallingup.

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