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June 13, 2015

Plunkett
mansion
booted
By DAVID COHEN

Marcus and Pamela Plunkett


have been stopped from demolishing and replacing their
house in one of Peppermint
Groves most significant housing groups, known as the Three
Sisters.
They wanted to build a new
mansion on Freshwater Bay,
7m closer to the river than their
existing 115-year-old Queen
Anne bungalow.
The housing tycoon and his wife,
neighbours of another developer,
Nigel Satterley, appealed to the
State Administrative Tribunal
after Peppermint Grove council
ruled they could not build a threelevel home on the riverfront at
58 The Esplanade.
SAT member Rebecca Moore
said the existing home was
part of a cultural group of
four heritage-listed dwellings,
three of which had the highest
(category 1) rating.
The Plunketts argued that
changes made to their house
had reduced its historical
significance.
But Ms Moore said under the
current state and local planning
rules, any replacement home
needed to respect the adjoining
properties in terms of location,

scale, form and materials.


In this case, the tribunal
found that the proposed
replacement dwelling would
have an unacceptable adverse
impact on the cultural heritage
significance of the cultural group
and the streetscape character of
The Esplanade, she said.
Peppermint Grove shire
president Rachel Thomas said
the SAT decision recognised and
protected the areas heritage
values and its amenity.
We are pleased that the
heritage provisions in the shires
town planning scheme have
been upheld and that councils
decision on this development
application has been confirmed,
Ms Thomas said.
The shire spent $66,000
responding to the Plunketts
SAT challenge.
When Perths leading families
built the homes along Freshwater
Bay during the timber and gold
booms around 1900, they made a
gentlemens agreement that their
front verandahs would all line up
so that no house spoilt the river
view from any other house.
The sites are half an acre or an
acre, between 2000 and 4000sq.m,
in an area on the river-level
part of The Esplanade closest
to Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht
Club.

The Three Sisters of The Esplanade, Peppermint Grove. The Plunkett-owned


home is in the middle. TOP: The Plunketts proposed new mansion.

Floreat weightlifter Nathan Baxter, right, did not have enough weights in his studio equivalent to his recent
340kg lift at the International Powerlifting Federation world bench press championship in Sundsvall,
Sweden, so he enlisted the help of his 80kg student Nathan Lee to make up the dierence. Report Page 7.
Photo: Paul McGovern

Army can veto sell-off


By BRET CHRISTIAN
A plan to put private housing next to SAS families in
Swanbourne could be trashed
by an army security audit of the
controversial scheme.
If the outcome of the review is
no, then we cant go ahead, said
John Dietz, general property
manager of Defence Housing
Australia.
We take our lead from
Defence regarding security.
There might be restrictions
we cant address. If so would have
to look for other solutions.
Fear of possible threats to
their safety was partly why SAS
soldiers families who live next

Heres
where
we go

to the base objected to federal


government plans to sell a quarter of the 22ha Seaward Village
land to private buyers (Seaward
sale a threat to security, POST
May 9).
The security review will be
completed at the end of this
month.
This will be a major milestone
to address, Mr Dietz said.
Already, local real estate
agents have been approached
by people interested in buying
prime waterfront blocks from
the government.
Army families say the scheme
will destroy the privacy and
protection of the village community, where strangers are

obvious.
It emerged this week that SAS
families had been misled by
an information brochure they
received that sought to reassure
them about their privacy.
The brochure said there
would be defined army and
private residential precincts
at Seaward as well as separate
entry roads.
But Mr Dietz said army and
private owners and their visitors
would all be allowed to enter via
either Seaward Avenue, off West
Coast Highway, or Sayer Street
from suburban Swanbourne.
He said the connecting road
between the two precincts would
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Mum died soon


after Bell sank

De-stress those
Floreat moggies
I was saddened, but certainly not surprised,
to read of the vicious attack by a cat on an
innocent walker in Evandale Street, Floreat
(Cat attack put me in hospital, Letters,
POST, June 6).
Floreat cats have long been noted for their
gentility and manners, which result from
exceptional pressure on them to comply
with the high standards of their owners no
wandering on nearby rooftops to satisfy their
natural curiosities, no slow killing of feathered
creatures, no loud sex on fences at 2am.
The problem is that under such pressure
some cats just snap.
We see the results of this every day at the
Shelter for Failed Floreat Felines (SFFF).
Lately, we have noticed a sharp increase
in the numbers of FFFs in our care, which
we put down to a growing trend in Floreat to
supplement pet ownership with small yappy
dogs, adding to feline stress levels.
My advice to Floreat cat owners who want
to avoid FFF syndrome is to resist dog ownership.
Reward the loyalty and manners of your
small furry friends with special treats and
cuddles (rubbing behind the ears is recommended) and do not skimp on medium rare
steak, slow-roasted chicken and King Island
double cream.
Im often asked what we do with failed
Floreat felines that do not respond to treatment.
We release them in Scarborough where
they fit right in.
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Alan Bond hero or villain?


The latter for me, definitely! Alan Bond
My mother was a happy investor in Bell
Resources under the nice man, as she
called him, Robert Holmes Court.
Bond took it over and stripped it. Practically
overnight, Bell was wiped out and my mother
lost her savings.
She died six months later and I have no
doubt that the stress caused by this criminal act of Bonds with Bell Resources was a
major contributing factor to her heart attack
and death.
Think of the people he hurt and dont weigh
it up against a bloody yacht race!
James Natt
Archdeacon Street, Nedlands

Too many Bs
Will our paradise end up paved?
Like the Cookie Monster, Premier
Colin Barnett appears to have a
voracious appetite for gobbling
up the harmonious beauty of our
precious city.
We have been told that urban
infill is essential to the economic
progress of our city.
The myth is that high-rise development is essential to our recovery,
with state debt now at $26.9billion
despite the mining boom.
But hasnt the debt crisis come
about because of Mr Barnetts governments lack of foresight in massively overspending on grotesque
projects like Elizabeth Quay?
This will plague the city for
another decade.
Wasnt he warned?
And what is the justification for
yet more massive high-rise, with
an escalating 15% vacancy rate in
West Perth?
And who is this development
actually for?
ABC-TVs Lateline has revealed
that 20% of homes sold in NSW this
year, for example, were bought
by foreign investors rather than
residents.
So what is the benefit to us and
our children, especially with the
continued erosion of our green
More letters pages
12, 36

open space?
A failure to develop proper public transport infrastructure and
additional population centres has
led to all the pain being focused on
the leafy inner suburbs of Perth.
This is unsustainable.
South Perth residents are fighting
massive 20 to 30-storey developments without setbacks.
Could this be the future of
Hollywood through the City of
Perth Act?
And will this development frenzy
spread like a cancer to Kings Park
and surrounding suburbs?
Unlike the 97% of Hollywood
residents, Cambridge voters, in
their fury against their councils
push for a town planning scheme
amendment to allow higher density, were fortunate enough to gain
the support of Churchlands MP
Sean LEstrange.
This could, however, be a case
of too little too late.
Perhaps they could use this opportunity to lobby him to say NO
to the City of Perth Bill through
which Mr Barnett could inflict even
more damage on the paradise we
are losing.
Anna Vanderbom
Monash Avenue, Nedlands

Well earnt, Austin


Congratulations to Austin Robertson on his
well-earnt Australian Football Hall of Fame
award.
Success seems to be sweeter as you grow
older.
Also congratulations on his recent great
articles on Richie Benaud, Wally and his dad,
Austin Robertson senior.
I think his dad would have been proud.
Brian and Kaye France
Floreat
Brian, who played for West Perth, was the best full
back who ever played on me. Austin

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and Blatter.
Bogus buffoons or beatified bounders?
However, the old adage comes to mind
that the end justifies the means.
Bumptious bullies usually get their comeuppance as Mr Blatter may find out.
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Fight over
church land

Growing careers
By DAVID HUDLESTON

Church land in Stirling


Highway will be the subject
of Peppermint Groves first
development assessment panel
application.

Seven Mosman Park Mens


Shed members are mentoring three students with mild
disabilities to help them find
jobs when they leave school
this year.
They are teaching the students
basic work skills to better equip
them to find jobs.
Shed chairman Brian Millman
said members had taught the
students to make tool boxes
and would progress to wooden
toys.
We also have a plant nursery
and will be teaching them how to
raise plants from seed and how
to re-pot plants, he said.
The project is a partnership
between Therapy Focus, the
WA Mens Sheds Association,
Australian Youth Mentoring
Network and a research team
led by Associate Professor
Reinie Cordier, from Curtin
University.
The pilot study involves the
Mosman Park, Victoria Park
and Kalamunda sheds.
The students identified by
Therapy Focus have each been
matched with two mens shed
members.
The Mosman Park mentors
are Mr Millmore, Richard Allen,
Tony Brown, Mike Ansell, David
Syminton, Bill Groves and Shaun
Dubery
For about two hours a week
for the 10 weeks of the program,
the shed members mentor the
students to guide them in a
construction activity.
The research team has trained
the shed members to be mentors
and will support them over the
10 weeks.
Surveys and interviews with
those taking part will help the
team refine the program for the
next phase.
On Thursday, Mental Health
Minister Helen Morton presented the shed with the inaugural
Dr Louisa Alessandri Research
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Brandon Marenko (16) gets some advice from Helen Morton, left, and his mentor Mike Ansell at the Mosman
Park Mens Shed. Photo: Paul McGovern

Perth Bill a complete mess


By BRET CHRISTIAN
Respected Dalkeith academic
Martyn Webb has contacted
all MPs urging them to vote
against the City of Perth
Bill.
Emeritus Professor Webb said
that since May he had been trying, but had failed, to persuade
Premier Colin Barnett to change
the Bill.
The current Bill is an insult
to all those who believed in the
idea of transforming the city of
Perth into a fully-fledged state
capital for WA, he said.
I call it a Bigger Bunbury
Bill, said Professor Webb,
who has intensively studied

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the world and formed the Local
Government Association,
He was UWA foundation professor of geography in 1964.
It would put in the driving seat Mr Barnett, Local
Government Minister Tony
Simpson and the head of the
Local Government Department,
he said.
The City of Perth Bill is
not only disappointing but it
also completely misses what
lord mayor Lisa Scaffidi described as a one-in-a-100-year

opportunity.
He said big changes would
need to be made to the Bill if
Parliament genuinely wanted to
renovate the city of Perth over
the next 25 years into a true,
functional, visual capital city.
The committee had left out
vital ministries needed to
make a great capital city, such
as planning and transport, he
said.
The whole thing has become
a complete mess, he said.
As it stands it does no more
than formally recognising the

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Beached elephant?
Is it an elephant, a mastodon or a Transformer?
Mother Nature has
been working for many
years at south Cottesloe
on a spectacular entry in
next years Sculpture by
the Sea.
Recent high tides and
storms have cleared out
sand from around the feet
and give a clearer view
than usual of the stonyfaced pachyderm.
To the unimaginative
its a quirky limestone
outcrop, but a little imagination makes it a petrified
elephant, or ...
Over recent summers
the rock formation has
been a temporary home
for a surfer who has set up
camp between the rocky
legs as a base to enjoy surfing waves at the nearby
artificial reef.

Bond took it with him

They never forget A spell of winter sun let a beach


lover get close to Mother Natures artistic masterpiece at
south Cottesloe.

Comeback for san serif font


John Giorgi makes the
big decisions.
The Cambridge council
compliance manager was
formerly the CEO at Vincent
council, where he was
across all areas.
In November 2013 at
Vincent, Mr Giorgi told
all council workers he had

changed the organisations


style guide.
Mr Giorgi vanquished
using the typeface Times
New Roman and decreed 11point Arial font, like this, was
the go for printing letters,
reports, and minutes.
He added 10-point Arial
was required for agenda

reports and minutes.


Vincents current PR
operative did not answer
a query asking if the edict
was still in force.
Its a font-free job for Mr
Giorgi at Cambridge, where
he manages development
compliance, environmental
health and rangers.

Sex and the City of Subi


After days of trying to
entice punters to Sexpo at
the Perth Convention and
Exhibition Centre over the
weekend, this advertising trailer stopped for a
breather in Shenton Park
this week.
Entry to the adult exhibition was restricted to
people aged 18 and older

but there was no such age


appropriate restriction on
where to park the mobile
hoarding.
The trailer and the vehicle towing it were parked
near the corner of Rankin
and Railway roads, in
Shenton Park next to a
council-owned park which
has a kids playground.

Swings and roundabouts


The Sexpo trailer takes a
breather near a park.

Alan Bond anecdotes


were swirling around the
western suburbs this week
ahead of his funeral.
Hero or rogue, or both?
Everybody has a story, a personal one or one they heard
as the gospel truth.
Nedlands councillor Ian
Argyle, who knew Mr
Bond well, has his own
favourite.
The pair bumped into each
other St Georges Terrace,
and stopped for a chat.
A paper-boy offered
the men a copy of that
afternoons Daily News,
a company that Mr Bond
was later to own.
Alan Bond wanted a
paper but said he had
no money and asked Mr
Argyle to buy it for him.
I handed him the only
cash I had, $20. He paid
for the paper, pocketed the
change and walked off,
Mr Argyle said.
I never saw any of my
$20 again.

Tip from the saddle


A Cottesloe resident who
answered his door after the
bell rang last Saturday was
confronted by two horses.
In the saddle were police
officers with a message for
him.
Your front door is
wide open, they told the
Broome Street resident.
He appreciated the tip
and the officers efforts
to spread an important
security message.

Mosman Park mayor Ron Norris signing the Mayors for


Peace petition, but it wasnt for peace after the governments failed council cull bid.

Nuked out

After the controversy


surrounding the state governments failed council
cull, Premier Colin Barnett
may be relieved to see this
photograph of Mosman
Park Mayor Ron Norris
signing the Mayors for
Peace petition.
However it was not a
petition for peace in the
western suburbs but one
seeking to ban all nuclear
weapons by 2020.
During his recent trip to
Japan, Mr Norris visited
the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb
Museum, which contains

relics of the explosion


and photographs of the
damage.
Some of the damaged
structures can still be seen
in the Peace Park, Mr
Norris said.
I was lucky enough to
be in the Peace Park when a
large group of students were
offering a prayer for peace
and placing their origami
cranes on the memorial at
the bombs hypocentre.
It was very moving.
I took the opportunity
at the museum to sign the
Mayors for Peace petition.

Way to find rocky road


It wasnt because we
wanted to keep Evangeline
Michaels increasingly popular rocky road all to ourselves
that we failed to tell anyone
the name of her cafe or its
whereabouts in last weeks
TimeOut report (Born baker
finds her niche).
It was just a mistake.
Evangeline sells her wonderful rocky road and
loads more home-made
treats in her cafe, Davies
Ground, at 62 Davies Road,
Claremont. Its open from
7am to 3pm, Monday to
Saturday.

Evangeline Michaels food,


coffee and home-made
rocky road are drawing customers from near and far.

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More secret
Pavilion talks

By LLOYD GORMAN

A planning dispute over


the controversial $120million redevelopment of the
Subiaco Pavilion Market site
has escalated into a series of
unexpected, secret talks.
On June 5, Subigate, the
group behind a proposed
16-storey apartment block on
the site, was back at the State
Administrative Tribunal (SAT)
for a second round of confidential negotiations with the state
government.
A third SAT mediation session has been scheduled for
next month.
Originally Subigate, headed
by Sydney-based developer Ian
Day, anticipated a quick fix at
the SAT.
Mr Day appealed against some
of the 39 conditions imposed
by the local development assessment panel (DAP) in late
February when it approved the
building.
The owners of 16, 110-yearold heritage homes in nearby
Catherine Street are worried
conditions about dilapidation
reports and building repairs

were being challenged.


At a SAT directions hearing
on April 2 it emerged that the
challenge was expected to take
only a few hours.
The tribunal member asked
Subigates lawyer, Paul
McQueen, a partner at Lavan
Legal, if a one-off mediation session starting at 2.15pm on May
13 would be long enough.
Yes, I believe so, Mr
McQueen said.
The tribunal member who
is not identifiable in an official
audio transcript of the meeting
obtained by the POST said he
asked because its just a lot of
papers and that it looks like
a bulky file.
Mr McQueen said: This is
an application for review in
respect of a number of conditions of approval granted by the
respondent [DAP].
We simply seek to have the
matter programmed to mediation by consent in order to work
through those conditions and
hopefully resolve the matter
without the need to trouble
the tribunal at a substantive
hearing.
Please turn to page 84

Shenton College head girl Mia Konarick and head boy Wayne Tan helped plant the sapling at Government House. Photo: Paul McGovern

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Students and staff from


Shenton College were recently
invited to plant a sapling grown
from an aleppo pine tree in the
school grounds.
The college pine is believed
to have grown from a seed of
one of the trees on the island
of Lemnos, where wounded
and sick Diggers from Gallipoli
were cared for and treated.
The sapling has been planted

Sporty proposal for Taskers site rubble


Excavated spoil from the Taskers highrise site in McCabe Street could expand the
playing fields and practice areas of Mosman
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On Tuesday night, the corporate and technical services committee voted unanimously to
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oval, which now contains the mulch dump.
South ward councillor Jenna Ledgerwood
suggested widening the survey area after
speaking to Fairbairn Street residents.
She said two of the most strident opponents
to doing anything to the oval had no objections to it.
The June 23 council meeting will consider
the report.

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Government House, next to
the tennis court.
In April, as one of the guests
at the colleges centenary
Anzac Day ceremony, Governor
Kerry Sanderson was given a
sapling.
The event was held on
the schools oval, close to
the original buildings of the
former Lemnos hospital, which
opened in 1926 for returned
servicemen.
The buildings are now used
as classrooms for Shenton

College.
Ms Sanderson later offered
the school the chance to visit
Government House to plant the
sapling at a ceremony.
Student Daisy Fanning sang
the royal anthem, Alec Barclay
sang the national anthem, and
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A plaque next to the sapling
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A century of living
keeps Betty active
By LINDA CALLAGHAN
Betty Cooper turned 100
on Tuesday and celebrated
with dinner at a restaurant in
Nedlands with her family.

Julian Frayne

Grove critic
will be missed
The late Julian Frayne will
be missed, Peppermint Grove
council says.
Dr Frayne died on May 30,
aged 80. A memorial service was
held at Scotch Colleges chapel
last Sunday.
On Tuesday night, shire president Rachel Thomas, who was
at the service, said the council
was saddened by his death.
Dr Frayne was a tremendous
supporter of the shire, Ms
Thomas said.
He came to almost all our
annual general meetings.
Sometimes he was the only
one.
Ms Thomas said Dr Frayne
had been heavily involved in
a petition against the state
governments forced council
mergers.
He wasnt shy about telling
us when he thought we werent
doing the right thing, Ms
Thomas said.
Councils being held to account is always a good thing.

I have had a lot of fun in my


life, she said. I am not going
to sit back and wait to die.
Betty, who lives in Bulimba
Road, Nedlands, keeps active in
mind and body and loves going
out for coffee with her daughter
and taking a daily walk with
her son.
And she can tot up Scrabble
totals faster than lightning when
she is playing her daily game.
Memory is what keeps you
going, she said.
Her eldest son, Neal, lives
with her and goes to the nearby
shops early on Fridays to pick up
a copy of the POST rather than
waiting for it to be delivered.
I read everything in the POST,
including what people want to
sell, Betty said.
All the baristas know exactly
how she likes her coffee, Neal
said. As soon as they see her
her they say We know exactly
what you want.
She does not wear spectacles
or have a hearing aid and does
not take any medication.
Betty and her husband, Wally,
had two sons and two daughters,
Neal, Bryan, Elizabeth and
Lynette.
Bryan lives in eastern
Australia and Elizabeth lives
in the US, but they were in
Nedlands for the big big day.
Betty grew up with her two
sisters and brother, Eileen
Joan and Charlie, in Koojan
between Moora and Bindoon,
before being sent to Princess

May School in Fremantle.


She developed diphtheria
and was kept in isolation at the
infectious disease hospital for
a month.
Betty met Wally when she was
18 and went to work as a governess on his brothers station near
Kalgoorlie
My sister Joan was supposed
to go, but at the last minute she
could not so I went instead,
Betty said.
Wally was quite a good looking young fellow but it was not
his looks that attracted me,
she said. He was a genuine
fellow.
On her return to Perth, Betty,
who had been apprenticed to
a Perth dressmaker at 16, and
her younger sister, Joan, set
up a dressmaking business in
Trinity Arcade.
She said they charged 12
shillings and sixpence to make
a dress.
She and Wally had kept in
touch and five years later were
married in St Georges Terrace
in the city. Betty made her own
flowing wedding dress and fulllength veil, which were later
borrowed by many friends.
Afterwards we had to go
around to another church because his sisters were Catholics
and all the nuns wanted to see
us, she said. We were late for
our reception.
She and Wally had a rocky
start when they headed for
Pinjarra on their honeymoon.
It was past midnight when we
got there and the hotel would
not let us in, she said.
So the pair went on to
Albany.
Wally joined the army and

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was an officer in the 10th Light
Horse Regiment, which patrolled at Wanneroo and were
on the lookout for Japanese
submarines, she said.
Later Wally was posted to
Borneo.
Betty said: When he came
home, Bryan was about two
and said to him, My Mum is the
boss, because he did not know
who he was.
After the war, Wally worked
for Elders and the family lived
in Napier Street, Nedlands, for
about 40 years before moving to
Bulimba Road.
Betty and Wally played tennis
and golf, with Betty winning the
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she turned 90.
Betty and Wally visited their
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where Betty has been three
times, the last time in her 80s.
Wally died when he was 96, in
2012. He had been admitted to
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Oswals lawyers get Taj deadline


By DAVID COHEN

ested in the time, cost and scope


of works.
Mr Skinner and lawyers for
Peppermint Grove council
were at the tribunal for another
hearing over the councils application to have the Oswals
home known as the Taj-onSwan demolished.
Lawyers for both parties
doubted mediation would solve
anything.
We dont feel we would get
a lot further out of the pricklebush, council lawyer Digby
Robinson said.

Radhika and Pankaj Oswal


had spent $17million on their
incomplete Peppermint Grove
mansion so far, one of their
lawyers said on Tuesday.
Its not your average suburban
house, lawyer Julius Skinner
told the State Administrative
Tribunal.
Mr Skinner told tribunal member Maurice Spillane it would
take two years to finish building
the Bay View Terrace home.
Mr Spillane said: Im inter-

When is this building going


to be safe for human occupation?
Mr Skinner said the Taj had
been there for four years.
The shire took no action, then
they jumped to the most extreme
action, he said.
Mr Spillane said he would give
both sides another two weeks to
try to make progress.
I anticipate you wont agree,
he said.
Mr Spillane set a hearing date
for June 23.
You will live and die on the

evidence, he told both sides.


Mr Skinner said the Oswals
almost hired an expert to help
them, but the appointment fell
through.
There was advanced discussion with a building expert to
provide evidence ... theres been
a setback, Mr Skinner said.
Mr Spillane said: There
are lots of architects and lots
of builders. Whats the timeline?
Mr Skinner said the Taj was
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Painters remove grati from the


Taj on Swan.

Nathan elbowed
out of bronze

By JUDY EWING

Champion power lifter Nathan


Baxter talks about setting goals
and chasing them down.

Nathan Baxter competing in Sweden at the world championships.

The Floreat athlete and former


high school chaplain practises
what he preaches, recently
breaking the Australian, Oceania
and Commonwealth records at
the International Powerlifting
Federation (IPF) world bench
press championships.
His bench press of 340kg in
Sundsvall, Sweden, made him
sixth in the world. He then tried
for a massive 352.5kg lift for third
place.
I nearly got the bronze, but I
missed it by a centimetre when
my right elbow did not lock out,
he said.
He said the worlds top three
bench pressers could lift 400kg.
We get awestruck by them,
Nathan said.

Nathan started lifting internationally in 2007 and until two


years ago combined his sport with
working as a chaplain at Karratha
Senior High School.
Now he and his wife have
moved to Floreat, where he has
continued training.
The more you do it the better
you get, Nathan said of his five or
six-day-a-week training regime.
He said power lifting in
Australia had exploded and there
were now about 100 entrants
in WA competitions at various
levels.
Nathan owns Baxter Strength
Systems and enjoys working with
young lifters.
I love the coaching side and it
is fun to put back into the sport,
he said.
Nathan is a motivational speaker, encouraging high school students and the wider community
to see that within each person
lurks unlimited potential.

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this week.

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symptoms, and to consult their GPs
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would be back in class after a
course of antibiotics.
MLC deputy principal
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Personal information relating to a stu-
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matters, is subject to

privacy laws, so we

cannot answer all these

questions.

Whooping cough is a

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Subiaco scene

Draft Community Facilities Concept


Plan and draft Rosalie Park Master Plan
Call for feedback
The City of Subiaco, in partnership with CommPlan Alliance,
has developed the draft Community Facilities Plan and the
draft Rosalie Park Master Plan. The city would like to receive
feedback from the public on the recommendations.
The draft documents plan for the future development and
operation of the citys community facilities and Rosalie Park
over the next twenty years. They include an analysis of the
citys current and expected requirements as well as input

from experts, stakeholders and the community.


Please go to www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/haveyoursay
where you can view the draft plans and complete the
surveys. Hard copy surveys and plans are also available
at the citys Administration Centre, 241 Rokeby Road,
Subiaco and Subiaco Library, 237 Rokeby Road, Subiaco.
Please submit your feedback by 5pm on Monday 15 June.

Justice of the Peace

When: Sunday 21 June, 2pm


Where: Subiaco Arts Centre, 180 Hamersley Road, Subiaco

The City of Subiaco facilitates a Justice of the Peace (JP)


service at the citys Administration Centre, 241 Rokeby Road,
Subiaco, every Tuesday between 2pm and 3pm.

Tickets are free and available from the venue from 1.15pm
on a rst come, rst served basis.

This service is for local community members who need


documentation witnessed. No bookings are required.
For more information about the JP service, please contact
the city on 9237 9222 or city@subiaco.wa.gov.au

For more information, visit www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/concerts

If you require the services of a JP outside of the times above


please refer to Justice of the Peace on the Department of the
Attorney Generals website www.dotag.wa.gov.au

Soothe your soul with sunday@subi


The City of Subiacos sunday@subi concerts are back to warm
up your winter, featuring a series of entertaining musical
performances.
The 2015 season will kick off with a double bill concert
showcasing Dean Martin and Tom Jones tributes. An Auslan
interpreter will be on stage at this concert.

The season will continue every Sunday through to 23 August with


a selection of music genres suitable for all ages and interests.

Lords Winter/Spring sports


season promotion
The Winter/Spring sports season kicks off on Monday 26 June,
and Lords Recreation Centre is waiving the nomination fee for
all teams who sign up before the end of June.
Lords runs weekly games of basketball, netball, indoor
soccer, volleyball and dodgeball, in one of Perths most
popular nightly social sports competitions.
Get your friends, family and co-workers together and sign
your team up today.

Agenda items
Disability Access and Inclusion Committee recommendation
Shenton Park Rehabilitation Hospital site redevelopment
Trafc management treatments for Hart Lane, Jolimont
Car park No. 12 Park Street, Subiaco Land Tenure
Consolidation Review
Review of delegations
Financial statements May 2015
Draft budget 2015/2016

Q Draft revised Planning Policy 4.10


Shenton Park Precinct
The City of Subiaco is inviting public comment on draft revised
Planning Policy 4.10 Shenton Park Precinct. An earlier review
of the policy was undertaken in 2014. To full its purpose,
the policy is required to be updated after some issues were
identied shortly after the adoption in October 2014.
Comments are to be received by 5pm on Monday 29 June.

Sing and dance to some musical themed stories,


followed by an activity for children to make their
own musical instrument so they can keep the music
going all week long.
When: Tuesday 23 June and Friday 26 June, 10.30am
Where: Subiaco Library, 237 Rokeby Road, Subiaco
No bookings required. For more information, please
contact Subiaco Library on 9237 9300.

Tasty Toddler
Did you know a childs developing senses shape
their feelings and attitudes towards eating?
Presented by Stephanie Fairbairn and Ngala, this
workshop will provide strategies to help establish
and encourage long term healthy eating behaviour
for children as their growth pattern changes.
For parents of children aged one to three years.
When: Thursday 25 June, from 10am to 12pm
Where: Shenton Park Community Centre,
240 Onslow Road, Shenton Park
Please RSVP on 9237 9317 or culture@subiaco.wa.gov.au

Film club Billy Elliot


Looking to watch an all time favourite feel good lm?
This British drama follows eleven year old Billy, an aspiring
dancer who struggles against the odds to make his dreams
of being a male ballet dancer come true.
When: Thursday 25 June, 11.45am
Where: Subiaco Community Centre,
203 Bagot Road, Subiaco
Cost: $13
Please RSVP by Thursday 18 June on 9237 9320
or adminscc@subiaco.wa.gov.au

For more information, visit www.lords.com.au

Community notices
Q Corporate, Community and Technical
Services Committee meeting Tuesday
16 June

Special musical storytime

Whats happening in Subi

For more information on the above, visit


www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/formalsubmissions
or view hard copies at the citys Administration Centre,
241 Rokeby Road, Subiaco or Subiaco Library, 237 Rokeby
Road, Subiaco during normal operating hours.
Comments should be submitted in writing through the
online submission form at www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/
formalsubmissions, via email to city@subiaco.wa.gov.au
or addressed to the Chief Executive Ofcer, City of Subiaco,
PO Box 270, Subiaco WA 6904. Comments should clearly
indicate the name and address of the person making the
submission and the proposal or application to which the
submission relates.

Q Development applications received

Q Age friendly Gold Pilates


Try the new Gold Pilates class and discover the benets
of improved exibility, strength, control and endurance.
Most exercises are performed holding or sitting on a chair
however oor exercises are an option.
Thursdays, 10am to 11am
Palms Community Centre, corner Rokeby and Nicholson
roads, Subiaco
Cost: $5 (free for Lords members)

QPerth Upmarket
Visit the winter Perth Upmarket where you can pick up
handcrafted wares and gourmet delights from over 150
of Perths most talented artists, designers, craftspeople and
food connoisseurs. Proudly supported by the City of Subiaco.
Sunday 21 June, 10am to 4pm
Winthrop Hall, The University of Western Australia, Crawley
Parking and entry is free.

Property

Proposal

QMums without mums

483 Hay, Subiaco

Change of use from restaurant to tavern

36 Jersey Street,
Jolimont

Change of use from warehouse to health


studio

35 Union Street,
Subiaco

Alterations and additions to existing


dwelling

The city runs a free fortnightly mums without mums group


open to all, regardless of where you live. It is a chance for
women in similar situations to support each other, talk about
raising children and share their stories over a tea or coffee.
Tuesdays fortnightly, 10.30am
(except during school holidays)
For more information, or to attend, please contact the city
on 9237 9317.

Public submissions in respect to these proposals are not being


requested at this time. Formal consultation, where required, will be
undertaken in accordance with the citys policy on planning public
consultation. To view the policy, visit www.subiaco.wa.gov.au

QCHILDREN QALL AGESQADULTS


QSENIORS QYOUTH

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Subi-siders say
no to takeover

Isaacs art soars

By LLOYD GORMAN
Most residents in Subiaco
councils South ward oppose
being forced into the City
of Perth, a new survey has
found.

Isaac Davies and Stormie Mills admire the result of their collaboration. Photo: Paul McGovern

Will Isaac Davies become


the first RAAF pilot to win an
Archibald Prize?
If he does, Stormie Mills will
be able to take some of the
credit.
The artist worked with Year 6
boys at Christ Church Grammar
School over a fortnight that saw
their creations take flight.
Isaac and his mates explored
the subject matter of aeroplanes.

They drew, painted, and detailed their craft with pencil,


acrylic paint, and pens.
Walls at the school were covered with jets, propeller-planes,
an Apple spaceship, rockets and
a Zeppelin.
Theres a few little Fokkers
here ... do you think thats a
Spitfire or a Mustang? Stormie
asked.
Art teacher Claire Donald said
the boys relished the opportu-

nity to work with Stormie, who


won the childrens prize for his
giant pink bunny at this years
Sculpture by the Sea.
It was clear they idolised
him and appreciated every moment they had in his presence,
Claire said.
Isaac said he wanted to become a pilot but the arts were
important too.
Maybe Ill win an Archibald
Prize, he said.

People living in the Nedlands


part of Subiaco (Hollywood)
were the most ardent about
staying with Subiaco.
The data from the survey
clearly indicates that the City
of Subiaco is the local government that residents want to
remain in, said Subiaco CEO
Ian Hill.
Every member of the community is important, and the overwhelming support of residents
reaffirms the citys position on
having the City of Perth Bill
amended.
The survey showed 77% of them
preferred Subiaco, while 13%
wanted to go into Perth and 11%
had no opinion or were unsure.
Subiaco commissioned market
research firm Catalyse to carry
out the survey. Between May 22
and 31, it surveyed 124 people
living south of Aberdare Road.
Subjects could self-descibe
their location.

Mat gets Cottesloes top job


Mat Humfrey is Cottesloe
councils new CEO.
Mayor Jo Dawkins said the
vote was unanimous after a
closed meeting of councillors
on Monday night.
There were 46 applicants.
Mr Humfrey was acting CEO
after Carl Askew quit earlier

this year.
He was getting the CEOs
package of $180,000, but this
week Ms Dawkins said it had
been increased to $195,000.
Mr Humfrey was given a fiveyear contract with a review after
12 months.
He started at Cottesloe as

corporate and community


service manager four years
ago.
His 16 years in local
government include three years
as deputy CEO at Dalwallinu
in the Wheatbelt, and jobs
at Brookton, Chittering, and
Wanneroo/Joondalup.

Top job Mat Humfrey is now in


charge at Cottesloe.

Of those who said they lived


in Subiaco, 65% of residents surveyed wanted to stay put while
15% preferred Perth and 20% did
not know or have an opinion.
In Crawley, 52% favoured staying with Subiaco while 21% would
be happy to go into Perth.
Crawley had the highest number
of dont knows or no opinion.
The survey showed 65.3%
preferred to stay in Subiaco,
16.1% favoured joining Perth,
11.3% had no preference and
7.3% were unsure.
About 3000 residents in 1337
properties stand to be assimilated into Perth City on July 1
next year without the option of a
local referendum on the issue.
A boundary change under the
City of Perth Bill, which was
introduced to Parliament last
month, would see the university
and QEII Medical Centre moved
from Subiaco and Nedlands into
the Perth council.
Nearly 90% of those contacted
were happy to take part in the
survey.
Most of those who took part
(85%) were aged 55 or above
and 90% of them owned their
own homes.
The Catalyse survey reported
that renters were the most likely
group to have no preference or
to be unsure.
Streets affected are Broadway,
Fairway, Caporn, Clark, Cook,
Everett, Myers, Megalong,
Tareena, Hackett Drive,
Hampden, Hardy, Kanimbla,
Park and Princess roads and
Stirling Highway.The Avenue
and Winthrop Avenue were also
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CAMBRIDGE NEWS
June 2015

STUDENTS PITCH IN with lake


rehabilitation work
On Friday, 6 June Lake Monger Reserve was abuzz with keen gardeners, with 240
students from six local primary schools descending on the park for a morning of
Arbor Day planting duties and birdlife appreciation activities.
The task of planting hundreds of native seedlings was enthusiastically done by students
from Bold Park Community, Holy Spirit Catholic and City Beach, Floreat, Lake Monger and
West Leederville primary schools. The mornings activities also included a lesson on the
biodiversity value of Lake Monger Reserve and the importance of trees in the landscape.
Attending the planting morning Cambridge mayor Simon Withers said Arbor Day is one of
those events that sticks in your memory.
The work the kids have done today is a great help toward achieving our goal of
rehabilitating Lake Monger to its once pristine condition.
The area planted is stage two of a five stage program that over the next couple of years
will see all introduced plant species removed and replaced with native trees.
This rehabilitation work is key to improving water quality in the lake and will provide a
healthy habitat for local wildlife, said Mr Withers.
Its also great to see the kids enjoying the day and know that they can return to the park
years down the track to see how the trees they have planted have grown.
The joint Town of Cambridge/Birdlife Western Australia/Cambridge Rotary Arbor Day event
was followed by a ceremonial tree planting by Mayor Withers, and a barbecue lunch
generously provided by Cambridge Rotary.
Lake Monger is a regionally significant recreation reserve with a 71 hectare conservation
wetland that is home to a range of wildlife. It is also an important Aboriginal heritage site
which has historic and mythological significance to the Aboriginal people.

Cambridge Rotarys Peter Burns, Mayor Simon Withers and West Leederville
Primary students plant the ceremonial Arbor Day tree at Lake Monger Reserve

SPECIAL MEETING ANNOUNCED to formally


consider proposed Scheme Amendment 31

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Home Eco Audit places still available!

FUTURE HOUSING CHOICES


Interested community members are invited to attend a special meeting of Council at which the
proposed Town Planning Scheme Amendment 31 (Future Housing Choices) will be formally considered.
The Special Council meeting will be held at the Towns Administration at 6pm on Wednesday,
1July 2015.
A report is being prepared that considers all the submissions made, and looks at a number of changes
to proposed Amendment 31 to address matters raised in the recent community consultation, including:

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Each household that registers for an audit may receive up to $50 worth of
energy and water saving hardware to install in their home (Water saving
shower heads provided by the Water Corporation).
Bookings are essential as places are limited. For more information and to
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Too much development and impact from manor houses
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These and other changes documented in interim report (Item 10.2) submitted to the May 2015 council
meeting are being considered. Read the full report at
www.cambridge.wa.gov.au/futurehousingchoices
It is also proposed the Town Planning Scheme Review Steering
Committee (TPSRSC) meet, for elected members to be briefed on
the findings of the recent community consultation and receive
presentations from specialist consultants on traffic management,
planning and consultation outcomes.
A tentative meeting date of Wednesday, 24 June is proposed,
however this date is yet to be confirmed. If it proceeds, the
TPSRSC meeting will be open to the public who can attend to
observe the briefings. No decisions will be made at this meeting.

GIANTS
Visit the Cambridge Library this June to
hear Anthony Alborn share his once in a
lifetime experience of spending three days
walking with and filming the Giants when
they visited Perth earlier this year.
Anthony will share his experience at
10.30am on Friday, 19 June so be sure to
come along and enjoy his free presentation
over coffee and cake!
Bookings essential.
To book please call the Library on 93838999 or via email
library@cambridge.wa.gov.au.

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POST, June 13, 2015 Page 11

Battle for Seaward Village

DHA: Well never


surrender site
By LINDA CALLAGHAN

Defence Housing Australia


general manager John Dietz says
whatever the outcome of the army
security audit, the DHA will not
surrender Seaward Village.

Worried army neighbours Nedlands mayor Max Hipkins with some of the Swanbourne residents
who attended a Defence Housing Australia information evening at Allen Park on Wednesday.
Photo: Paul McGovern

Army can veto sell-off


From page 1

be closed only in times of a heightened state


of security, when the army would lock down
the village.
Current Seaward Village and Swanbourne
residents were alarmed to discover this week
how far advanced planning for the new project
was.
We thought we were being consulted at the
beginning of the process, in the belief that
they will take notice of us before they start,
but were being presented with a done deal,
one resident said.
They have yet to call on the residents of
local streets that will be badly affected by
construction and residential traffic that will
end up in Sayer Street via all the connecting
residential streets.
Firms of planning consultants, engineers
and environmental consultants have drawn
up diagrams, and traffic consultants have
been engaged, while architects and Mission
Australia have been hired to design a new
childcare centre.
But Mr Dietz said it was not a done deal.
It is not too late for residents view to be
taken into account, he said.
He said DHA needed to have an outline
approved for the site before it could be put
to the residents.
Certain aspects of the use of the site had to
be signed at the highest level, such as the 25%

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sale to private buyers, before we could put it


to the community, in an informed consultation
and a focused discussion, he said.
We want to hear back from the community.
An information evening for Seaward Village
army residents and those of the surrounding Swanbourne areas was held at the rugby
clubrooms at Allen Park, Swanbourne, on
Wednesday.
If the project gets the Defence security goahead, the existing 153 DHA houses will be
demolished and replaced with new houses
over the next six years.
About 60 to 80 families can remain on the
site if they wish, but they will have to move
house at least twice.
The doomed houses, built during the 1980s,
will be replaced by 145 three and four-bedroom
houses and 20 townhouses, partly paid for by
the sale of 25% of the 22ha site.
House backyards will range from 100 to 150
square metres.
Many army homes in Seaward Village do not
meet current Defence standards.
Mr Dietz said DHA had been created after a
review showed that, Australia-wide, the quality
of housing was a major reason people left the
defence forces.
DHA did a major review of its properties
in 2007 and was given 10 years to replace
Seaward Village.
DHA is now one of Australias biggest property developers, and must return a profit and
pay tax.
Seaward Village is one of the few sites that
was gifted to DHA, but it has a caveat that
prevents property being sold to private owners.
If the 160 private houses at Seaward Village go
ahead, the caveat will be removed and replaced
with another on the DHA houses only.
Many other Defence homes, including others among the 915 in Perth, have been sold
to investors and leased back by DHA with
guaranteed tenants.
Maintenance costs on the Seaward Village
houses are twice that of other Perth DHA
houses.
Private houses will have design restrictions
to prevent overlooking the top-secret Campbell
Barracks SAS training areas.

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Housing would still have to be


upgraded to modern Defence
standards.
We cannot hand it back and
say this one is too hard, he said.
Another DHA official recently
told MPs on a Senate estimates
committee that Defence could
have the village back if it paid
$260million.
The 22ha site was originally
transferred to the DHA free of
charge when it was set up to look
after defence housing needs.
Nedlands mayor Max Hipkins
went to Wednesdays information
session for Seaward and neighbouring Swanbourne residents.
Its a pity the process is so divisive, Mr Hipkins said.
Some residents have been taken
into confidence and asked not to
say anything.
He said there had been no concept plans or any other visual aids
at the information meeting, only
photos of what was there now.
He said Nedlands council had
been largely by-passed.
We thought we would be left
out of the loop and that is what
has happened, he said.
I guess now we just wait six
months and see what plans they
come up with.
It would have been much better
if they had sought to change our

town planning scheme rather than


go straight to the government with
an improvement plan.
Soldiers rents will rise after the
village redevelopment, according
to a DHA brochure, but Mr Dietz
could not say by how much.
That is for Defence, he said.
They pay a housing allowance
based on rank.
Please turn to page 84

Families need
local support
A Nedlands councillor who
once lived in defence housing has
taken up the cause of SAS families
facing the forced redevelopment
of Seaward Village.
Coastal ward councillor Nikola
Horley met the local MP, Premier
Colin Barnett, on Friday to try to
enlist his support.
I understand that he does not
believe that the mixing of civilian
housing and defence personnel
makes sense, she said.
Ms Horley said her family lived
in defence housing in Weymouth,
Britain, when she was born.
Her father Ronald was serving in
the Royal Navy and had married
Agnes, an Australian.
Eventually she wanted to come
back to live in Australia and we
did, she said.
Ms Horley, who has two sisters,
said she understood how important
it was for defence families to be
together.
Please turn to page 84

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Straying from its linguistic
roots, homophobia has come to
mean hatred of homosexuals.
This meaning does not define
me or anyone I know.
I dont hate anyone homo,
hetero or anything in between
or beyond.
Still, I have to resign myself to
my diagnosis.
But it leaves me with another
linguistic question: What word do
we use for someone like Hayden
Strzina (Australia behind times
on equality, Letters, POST, May
30) and his ad hominem and vituperative diatribe against people
like me?
Apparently, I have an ... intolerant, hate-driven mindset a
stubborn mind thats allergic to
change and I support a ... hatefuelled argument that is insulting to the GLBTI community.
Is he a homohomophobic, or
perhaps homophobicphobic or
maybe heterophobic?
As for me, I need a single word
that allows me to shake off this terrible diagnosis of homophobia.
Would normal do?
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As I sit writing this, I listen
to the heart-rending sound of
mature trees being torn down
in a garden two blocks to my
north.
And then it will be the turn
of the block immediately next
door.
Cambridge councils unbridled greed will see my
suburb buried in bitumen
and concrete as it pursues its
shameless cash grab.
Why have one rateable home

on a block when you can have


a few would seem to be driving
this grotesque destruction.
Generations to come must not
be allowed to forget that infill
all but destroyed the green
environment around us.
Why, theyre even eying up
Lake Monger Reserve for a
cafe, as reported in this paper
a while back.
Disgusting and shameless.
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The first high-rise building


approved by the Metropolitan
Redevelopment Authority
(MRA) in the China Green precinct of Subi Centro is under
construction.
It is six storeys high with the
sixth level including a gymnasium and storage rooms for
each apartment and it is called
the Viridian.
But hang on, didnt Planning
Minister John Day grant a
concession to the community
after its long, hard campaign
and set a height limit of five
storeys for this lot, and furthermore deny the former Subiaco
Redevelopment Authority
(SRA) the usual right to discretion to allow higher, and
wasnt this spelt out in the text
of the Subiaco Redevelopment
Scheme at his insistence?
We expected that would be
binding on the SRA and its
successor, the MRA.
It looks like the MRA is following the behaviour of its
predecessor, the SRA, and
riding roughshod over the
community.
Kevin Wul
Jasmine Avenue, Subiaco

Toss out Cambridge


planning changes
Once again Cambridge council has indicated
that despite having more than twice the largest response in the history of the state to a
scheme amendment, it will undertake research
to justify Amendment 31 and undermine the
communitys strong opposition to it.
The council has now engaged experts to
report on the traffic, heritage, planning framework and amenity impacts.
One of the experts, Planning Context, is led by
Charles Johnson, who, like the planner engaged
by Cambridge for Amendment 31, Malcolm
Mackay, sits on the DAP with mayor Simon
Withers and councillor Corinne MacRae.
Its a small world.
At the last council meeting, councillors
were asked how the planning departments
suggested 10% take-up rate for manor houses
[apartments] was arrived at.
Development and sustainability director
Ian Bignell advised the figure was based on
the results of the 2014 Catalyse survey where
residents advised they were unlikely to take
up the option of developing apartments on
their land.
This figure fails to consider Amendment 31
favours developers.
Developers are motivated by profit so how
does the council intend on capturing the takeup rate from a developers perspective?
The council is using more ratepayers money
to justify a fundamentally flawed process and
scheme amendment.
It has already spent more than $325,000.
Its only option is to vote not to proceed with
Amendment 31 and start again.
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June 13
2015

News in brief

Mat Humfrey
is new CEO
MAT Humfrey was appointed as Cottesloes new
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a special Council meeting last Monday (June 8)
after a thorough recruitment process through
Lester Blades which drew
many applicants.
Mr Humfrey joined the
Town as Manager of Corporate and Community
Services four years ago.
His lengthy career in local
government included three
years as deputy-CEO at the
wheatbelt Town of Dalwallinu, immediately before
coming to Cottesloe. He
has acted as CEO since the
departure of Carl Askew.
Congratulating Mat on
his appointment, Mayor Jo
Dawkins announced the
decision following the special meeting, which awarded him a ve year contract,
with a remuneration package of $195,000 per annum, with a review after 12
months.

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Nicholas lends a legal hand Wearne ripe for tower,


Merrick warns Grove

By DAVID COHEN

Profits from the Wearne Hostel


aged-care facility could see it rise
to 10 to 12 storeys, Peppermint
Grove CEO John Merrick said at
Tuesdays council meeting.

Nicholas van Hattem is


doing something about helping vulnerable people to get
access to legal help.
Nicholas, a lawyer and
Claremont resident, wants
to raise at least $30,000 for a
campaign that would help law
graduates work at community
legal centres (CLC), helping
people who might otherwise be
unable to afford legal help.
He said community legal
centres faced a crisis, and
about 150,000 people were
turned away from legal assistance every year.
Commonwealth and state
budgets have cut funding,
and further cuts are likely,
he said.
His solution through the
Piddington Society, a kind of
alternative Law Society that
began four years ago would
let graduates get experience,
and CLCs get money.
In September, we will call
for our first cohort of 30 graduates, he said.
They will pay to enrol in a
special graduate education
course, and money from their
fees will go to CLCs.
We will pay at least $1000 per
graduate to the CLCs that take
our grads for placements.
Nicholas said the Piddington
Society needed $30,000 to cover
costs and let him work on the
scheme two days a week.
All donations are helpful,
but for $100 you can become
a premium supporter that
means free access to our first
two events, including our sellout Meet the Silks, he said.
Helping law graduates get
real experience is the other
aim of the scheme.
Nicholas said he had had no
trouble getting work experience
to help complete his qualifications: his father, Peter, was to
the bar in 2003.
But if you dont have a dad
whos a lawyer, how do you get
experience? he said.
There are now more than
twice as many domestic
law graduates as there

Representatives from Cottesloe,


Peppermint Grove, Claremont
and Mosman Park councils will
soon meet to discuss the hostels
future.
As equal shareholders of the
$30million facility, the councils
must consider Cottesloes plan
either to sell the hostel to current
lessee Curtin Care or to give Curtin
Care a 99-year, nominal lease.
The idea is to let Curtin Care
get enough money for developments that could cost an estimated
$80million.
Mr Merrick said Wearne Hostel

was in urgent need of capital for


upgrading its facilities.
That particular site is in
Cottesloes development zone
with virtually unlimited height
restrictions this is obviously
an opportunity for multi-storey
development, Mr Merrick said.
Grove councillor Greg Peters was
worried there was no height restriction and suggested a caveat.
A caveat would alleviate some
nervousness in the community,
Mr Peters said.
The hostel is heritage listed
and some local residents oppose
its sale.
At a council meeting last month,
Mosman Park resident Roz
Macnish said giving the property
to a single private interest was a
betrayal of ratepayers trust.

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Nicholas van Hattem wants to help law graduates and vulnerable
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lawyer having done only 25
were in 2001.
But graduate opportunities days, he said.
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are shrinking, commercial
waste.
intakes are down.
Nicholas, who went to Scotch
Next year Legal Aid will
College, said the Piddington
not take any graduates.
If you want to work there, Society was named after Albert
or many other places, you need Piddington, the shortest-ever
serving High Court judge [one
to get admitted first.
In Nicholas day new lawyers month], who never sat on the
did articles. Now they pay bench.
It is open to lawyers and
$9000 to do legal training.
Nicholas said he was upset friends of justice.
Its interested and engaged
to discover some new lawyers
paid and had their 75 days of people who want to make a
required work experience difference, he said.
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knocked down to only 25.
People can say theyre a pjp.org.au.

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Taskers set to get more units


Taskers looks likely to be
allowed to increase the height
and density of a new building
planned for its McCabe Street,
Mosman Park, site.
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Fremantle councils planning
services committee unanimously recommended that the
Metro West Joint Development
Assessment Panel approve
increasing the number of
apartments in the Taskers
Tekona building from 20 to
26, and the height by 1.5m,

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Fremantles design advisory
committee then demanded
that all bedrooms should have
direct access to natural light

and ventilation.
As a result, the developer appealed to the State
Administrative Tribunal (SAT)
on February 11.
After two mediation sessions, the SAT ordered the
DAP to reconsider.
The developer offered a solution that included installing
a light passage at the side of
the front bedroom.
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Going in to bat
for the homeless

The acting executive director of Sir Charles Gairdner


Hospital has his beanie and
sleeping bag ready for the
Vinnies CEO sleepout at the
WACA next Thursday

Victor Cheng will join fellow


executive directors David Blythe
from Fremantle Hospital and
Aresh Anwar from Royal Perth
Hospital for a chilly night for a
good cause.
Dr Cheng says the generous
contributions so far show that
Charlies is full of people who
rise to a challenge and contribute when it counts.
As one of WAs busiest hospitals, Charlies sees many patients

without a safe haven to return


to, Dr Cheng said.
Many will experience debilitating illness over the winter
months, purely because they
have nowhere to go or the care
they need to recover.
For this reason, it means a
lot to me to participate in this
years Vinnies CEO Sleepout to
raise funds for WAs homeless
community.
Every donation counts no
matter how large or small.
By last Wednesday morning Dr
Cheng had raised $4562 towards
his $5000 target.
Donations can be made at
ceosleepout.org.au/ceos/wa-ceos/
victor-cheng

Victor Cheng practises for his cold night out.

Subiaco towers facing fire check


By LLOYD GORMAN
New high-rise apartment
blocks in Subiaco may be audited as part of a clampdown
on a potential fire risk.
A recent blaze in an apartment tower on Melbournes
Docklands fuelled by the
buildings Chinese-made composite aluminium cladding has
sparked a probe into high-risk
buildings in WA.
Perth City Council and the
WA Building Commission are
checking up to 70 buildings.
Like our Victorian counterparts, we are taking a targeted
approach in checking high-rise
residential buildings in the
CBD, Building Commissioner
Peter Gow said.
Composite panelling is reasonably widely used.

Cladding on Melbournes Lacrosse


Tower caught fire and spread rapidly.
Initially with the City of
Perth we are doing an audit of
what we would consider to be
high-risk buildings, apartment
buildings, buildings with lots of
people inside them to see if this
sort of panelling has been used
and whether it has been used
in a way that complies with the
building codes.

He expected most buildings


would be compliant.
Depending on the initial results, the audit may be extended
to buildings in local government
areas outside the Perth CBD,
which may include Subiaco,
he said.
He said the audits would concentrate on buildings of more
than three storeys built in the
past 10 years.
This could affect a string of
multi-storey apartment blocks
in Subiaco, Cambridge and
other parts of the western
suburbs.
Melbourne Metropolitan Fire
Brigade deputy chief officer
David Youssef was in Perth this
week briefing local firefighters
on the challenges of high-rise
residential fires.
Firefighters from Daglish

and Claremont attended the


conference.
Mr Youssef was involved in
the November 2014 inferno
which started from a smouldering cigarette on a balcony
of the Lacrosse tower in the
Docklands.
Mr Youssef said 120 fire fighters responded to the fire.
It burnt on the outside of the
building from level 8 to level 21
in about 10 minutes and then it
burnt down to level 7 and 6 as
well, he said.
We had never seen a fire like
that before.
We were fortunate the sprinkler systems worked well, that
helped contain the fire, if it
hadnt been for the sprinkler
system things could have been
a lot more serious.
But we were concerned about

the evacuation system, that


failed, the wiring for the alarm
burnt out and many residents
in the apartments didnt hear
an alarm.
They only knew there was a
fire when they heard the sirens
of the fire trucks.
Mr Youssef said checks on
how the cladding was used
were vital.
This product has been in
use in Australia for 10 years,
he said.
He said most high-rise buildings in Australia were safe but
building authorities needed to
find out if the product had been
used correclty.
Depending on the initial
findings, any other multi-storey
buildings built in the past 10
years may also be subject to an
audit, Mr Youssef said.

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$6m to keep PMH open


Princess Margaret Hospital
will get more than $6million to
help keep it open until the new
childrens hospital in Nedlands
is finished.
Budget figures show that PMH
will have spent an estimated
$2.6million in the past year and
has been allocated another
$3.6million over the 2015-16 financial year, with nothing further set
aside in the forward estimates for
the three years after that.
The new childrens hospital,
which will cost approximately
$1.2billion and replace PMH, was
due to open in November.
But that was delayed by at least
six months in March by Health
Minister Kim Hames, who blamed
design changes and construction
hold-ups.
Budget papers show that more
than $1 billion has already been

spent on the new hospital, with


another $128,764,000 allocated
for the 2015-16 financial year and
a final amount of $1million-plus
for the year after that.
The planned 30-bed mental
health centre at Sir Charles
Gairdner is costing $29million and
is due to open later this year, the
budget papers show.
Nearly $8million in the past
year and another $10million over
the next 12 months is devoted to
the new central plant facility at
QEII, which is estimated to have
cost $221,523,000 to build.
Redevelopment works at Sir
Charles Gairdner Hospital got
about $1.5million in the past year
and will receive about $4million
over the next three years.
In the forward estimates for
2018-19, the hospital is due to get
a $30,766,000 injection of cash.

Mens shed wants


double the area

The Mosman Park Mens


Shed wants to double the size
of its leasehold on Tom Perrott
Reserve to build a garage.

The garage would house two


community buses, due to arrive
in three weeks.
Shed chairman Brian Millmore
told Tuesday nights corporate and
technical services committee the
shed was now at capacity.
We are looking to extend the
lease to the southern side of the
shed by about 700sq.m to accommodate more workshop area, two
buses and a Rotary barbecue
trailer, and to accommodate the
Rotary storeroom, so we can move
some lathes into where the a
storeroom is now, he said.
He also asked the council to
assign the lease from the 15-mem-

Burdens Abigail Eley, left, Jessica Algar, and Ayushi Das with their schoolbags.

Heavy backpacks worry MLC


Felicity Kermodes oldest
daughter was dragged to the
ground by the weight of her
heavy school backpack.

The mens shed wants a garage.


ber Rotary club of Mosman to
the shed.
The shed has 300 members and
we pay all the bills and outgoings
and other costs associated with
the running of the mens shed,
Mr Millmore said.
The committee voted to note
the requests and ask CEO Kevin
Poynton to report back to a future
meeting.
The council will vote on the
recommendation on June 23.

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She would turn to speak to


me while wearing her pack
and the weight meant she was
flung to the ground, Felicity,
a physiotherapist, said.
Her daughter goes to
Methodist Ladies College.
Last week the school weighed
all the backpacks of middle
school students.
The initiative started when
Felicity spoke to the schools
outdoor education coordinator,
Garry Howlett.
We were looking at what
girls carry in their outdoor education bags, Felicity said.
We wondered what they
were carrying to and from
school. We decided we needed
some data.
At last Fridays weigh-in, one
41kg Year 7 girl had two bags
that weighed 10.5kg.
I have my homework, textbooks, lunch, pencil case and
sports bag, she said.
Sometimes Im also carrying
my bass guitar.
Sometimes my mum drives me
but usually I go on the bus.
A Year 8 girls bag also
weighed 10.5kg.
Usually its more, she told
Garry.
He said: Its too much!
One girl lugging 9.2kg backpack said she had a sleepover
that night.
The heaviest bag was 11.24kg,
carried by a Year 8 girl who
weighed 59kg.
Felicity said a Sydney school
had made trolleys compulsory.

They would be ideal, but


theyre difficult to get on buses
and they dont fit in lockers,
she said.
Ebooks would be good, but
they give some girls headaches.
They shouldnt be carrying a bag at their age which
is more than 10-15% of their

body weight.
Overloaded backpacks can
cause neck and middle-back
pain, poor posture and lower
back pain.
Their joints are still forming
at their age, Felicity said.
Results of the weigh-in will be
sent to parents and the school
will consider its next step.

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about the eect heavy loads can have on young backs.

Secret talks on driveway


Cottesloe council does not know how much
it will pay for a new crossover at a private
development.

    

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Councillors went into secret mode for 50 minutes on Monday night to discuss the crossover, to
be built at the site of the old Eddystone home,
on the corner of Avonmore Terrace and Deane
Street.
After the confidential talk, which approved the
crossover, mayor Jo Dawkins said the council did
not support any further subdivision at the site.
There are already six lots there on 515sq.m,
Ms Dawkins said.
Not knowing the crossover material, the council
does not know the cost.
Councillors went into secret mode after receiving legal advice about the matter.
Eddystone was a six-bedroom home and, according to the Heritage Council, about 100 years
old. It was one of Cottesloes last weatherboard
homes.
Earlier this year, two new owners, John Dunlea
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My big adventure on board the Ascanius


City Beach reader VALERIE GLAUSER recalls her 1947 voyage from
Liverpool to Kenya on board the Ascanius, the former troop ship
that had transported many WA soldiers on their way to the
battlefields of World War I.
Shannon Loveladys weekly
column of the individual stories of those who served in
World War I and the Gallipoli
campaign gave an insight into
the tragic impact war had on
so many families.
It was also interesting to discover many of the soldiers had
embarked on the SS Ascanius
at Fremantle to journey to fight
in a distant land.
In happier times, nearly two
years after the end of World
War II, I sailed on that same
ship from Liverpool, UK, to
Mombasa, Kenya.
By then, the Ascanius was a
well-worn war horse of the seas,
for in July 1944, while she was
in convoy in the Channel, the
Germans had attacked and she
had been hit by a torpedo.
The Germans claimed they
had sunk the ship, but though
damaged, the Ascanius survived
and was eventually repaired in
Liverpool.
It is almost unimaginable to
think of the conditions those
sailing away from Australia to
fight on the shores of Gallipoli
would have experienced on
board the Ascanius then, because conditions on board in
April 1947 were poor.
Women and children were
16 to a cabin in allotted bunks,
and officers berthed together
in similar conditions, with
other ranks relegated below in
crowded conditions, having to
sling hammocks each night.
This had dire consequences
for one of the crew in the Bay of
Biscay, where extreme weather
meant we made little headway
for three days, being tossed
about like a cork.
One man had not slung his
hammock securely, resulting in
a fatal blow to his head.
The Ascanius carried a coffin on board and his body was

lowered and put ashore at


Gibraltar.
Sadly, he had survived the
war but his life was cut short
early in peacetime, through this
tragic accident.
Few people on board escaped
seasickness with the Ascaniuss
extreme pitching and rolling,
and there was much breakage
of crockery that slid off tables
and crashed to the floor.
Because of the lack of plumbing in some areas, buckets of
water under sinks tipped over
and floors became awash.
A small group of those who
were not sick, or who had recovered, entertained themselves
by sitting astride dining chairs
and letting them slide from one
side of the ship to the other as
it rolled.
As the Ascanius sailed close
to Gibraltar, my mother woke
me up in the middle of the night
to see the Rock of Gibraltar
lit up.

The Ascanius carried Australian soldiers from Fremantle to Europe during World War I.

Having lived through the blackouts in wartime Britain,


looking through the cabin porthole that night, Gibraltar
looked like fairyland with all the twinkling lights

Having lived through the


blackouts in wartime Britain,
looking through the cabin porthole that night, it looked like
fairyland with all the twinkling
lights.
We had had strict rationing
in the UK, but on the high seas
there suddenly seemed a variety of food, much of which had
been hard to come by during
the war.
Sweets and biscuits were
readily available to purchase
on board without any ration
coupons required, and with a
bonus of being duty free!
One could purchase large tins

Some of Valerie Glausers friends enjoying life aboard the Ascanius in 1947.

A bum boat in Port Said in April 1947.

of Huntley and Palmer biscuits


and for those who smoked, so
popular in those days, Players
cigarettes packed in round
tins of 50!
There was a newspaper on
board, each issue consisting
of one very flimsy piece of
paper with news typed on both
sides.
Because there was a paper
shortage, people were encouraged to share and pass this
newspaper around.
At Port Said, small bum
boats rallied around the
ship, filled with traditional
Egyptian wares for sale,
including attractive leather
goods, poufs, handbags, and
letter cases.
A passenger would point
to an item of interest and
the salesman would throw
a long rope high up to the
passenger on deck with
the item attached to the
other end.
It would be pulled up on
board for inspection and
if, after bartering, a sale
was decided upon, money
would be attached to the
line and thrown back down
to the salesman in the bum
boat.
The gilli gilli man came
on board and entertained
passengers with his sleight
of hand, doing tricks with
cups and live chicks.
On shore in Port Said, we
relished the most delicious
ice-cream, a treat after the
limited food choices back
in the UK.
The impressive department store of Simon Artz
stood close to the wharf,
a delightful place to explore or just relax with
a drink.
The Ascanius ran on
coal and we refuelled at
Aden, with coal dust absolutely everywhere.
The vision of workers
shovelling the coal was like
something out of a black
hell, the most horrendous
working conditions.
At Aden, small boys
swam around the ship
begging for money to
be thrown overboard,
when they would dive
for coins, storing them in
their mouths while they
surfaced to beg the passengers to throw more.
We heard later that several of these boys drowned

each year, or were taken by


sharks.
Eventually we arrived at our
final destination, the peaceful
and lovely Killendini Harbour, in
Kenya, and so ended our eventful
voyage on the Ascanius.
A new life awaited us in the
amazing country of Kenya, and
a few more voyages awaited the
Ascanius before she was finally
scrapped, in 1952.

There were so many ships like


the Ascanius, that traversed
dangerous waters during wars,
crewed by merchant seamen.
Yet one seldom hears much
about them, and the sacrifices
they made.
The merchant seamen and
women did such amazing work
ferrying refugees and military
personnel, and keeping food
and goods flowing to keep people supplied against the most
dreadful and dangerous odds.
Many ships and merchant
seamen were lost in war, but
because their graves are at the
bottom of the oceans, their lives
and stories seem to have been
easily lost.

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Big Brother
in train-ing
Subiaco, Daglish, Shenton
Park and Claremont stations
will have digital CCTV cameras installed over the next
year.
In the past 18 months, the
Public Transport Authority
has upgraded and increased
its CCTV software and storage
systems.
Other Fremantle line stations, including City West,
West Leederville, Karrakatta,
Loch Street, Swanbourne,
Grant Street and Mosman
Park, already have the updated
cameras.
PTA spokesman David Hynes
said the authority had the states
second largest CCTV storage
capacity and a network of about
1700 fixed cameras watching bus
and railway stations, carparks
and other locations.
It is widely acknowledged
within the transport industry
that the Public Transport
Authority operates the best
CCTV system on an urban rail
network in the country and one
of the best in the world, Mr
Hynes said.
We work hard to stay ahead
of the curve when it comes to
protecting our passengers.
The new colour cameras will
produce high-resolution images
and can deal with different light
conditions.
They will transmit digital
signals over the internet or
high-speed cables at up to
1000Mbps.
It is not known how much this
upgrade will cost but a 2011
report from the WA Auditor
General into the use of CCTV
equipment found the PTA had
spent more than $37million on
it in the previous10 years.

Ruby celebration for Mons church

The presence of the


church can hardly be
ignored because of
the constant ringing of
the carillon of bells by
the children

By LLOYD GORMAN
Ninety people recently
celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Holy
Trinity Church on Rottnest
Island.

It was really a celebration


of the life of late Monsignor
Sean OShea, the gregarious
Irish-born Catholic priest
who was the islands priest
from 1961 until 2012 when
he died, aged 87.
The church opened on
Sunday, May 25, 1975, and
Perth Archbishop Emeritus
Barry Hickey celebrated the
anniversary mass there two
weeks ago.
In the early 1970s, Mons, as
he was affectionately known,
told the then archbishop of
Perth that mass on the island
was being held in an old
wooden picture hall and he
wanted to build a dedicated
church.
Mons, who was ordained in
Dublin in 1955 and arrived
in Fremantle six months
later, built the church with
a $90,000 loan from the archdiocese.
He picked the hill-top site
and was closely involved in
its construction.
Before he relocated to
Rottnest on a permanent
basis about 10 years ago, he
was parish priest at Mosman
Park and chaplain to Iona
Primary School.
As the national director
of the Apostleship of the
Sea, he travelled around
Australia 10 times by car,
visiting priests in other ports
and towns and advising them
on the spiritual needs of sailors and other seafarers.
Ten years after he built the
Rottnest church, Mons asked
Hallowed ground The late Monsignor Mons OShea outside the church he the chaplain on board a ship
built. Photo: Fred Rea

with the US Pacific Seventh


Fleet for help installing
the bells.
A helicopter carried the
bells, which had been cast in
London, from the mainland
to the belltower.
Church visitors can play
the bells using an electric
keyboard inside the porch.
About 600,000 people visit
the church each year.
The presence of the
church can hardly be ignored
because of the constant ringing of the carillon of bells by
the children, Archbishop
Hickey said at the mass.
The church, with a priests
flat attached, is the only
privately owned accommodation on the island.
It is also the final resting
place for the ashes of 12
people, including five from
the western suburbs, whose
urns are buried under bricks
on the floor.
It was Mons dying wish
to be buried on the island
where he had given 50 years
service as chaplain. Mons
was in his 80s when dug his
own grave in the presbytery
courtyard.
After digging the hole, he
first used wooden beams
to keep its shape but later
rebuilt it with bricks when
he noticed subsidence.
After he died the then local
government minister gave
special permission for Mons
to be buried there.
A headstone and dedication for Father John OHara
are next to the grave.
Father OHara, an assistant priest at Mosman Park,
drowned at the age of 29
with three Presentation
Sisters in a boating accident
at Mandurah on January 28,
1959.

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HOUSE CLEARANCE AUCTION


ON-SITE

EAST FREMANTLE
40 RIVERSIDE ROAD
Sunday 21st June at 11am
The contents of the turn of the century limestone home has been
collected over the last half a century and will be sold to the highest
bidder. Come and admire this home and contents which is located on
the Swan River.
ITEMS OF INTEREST INCLUDE:
FURNITURE INC: Superb Victorian furniture inc. 12 seater mahogany dining table, Victorian chairs,
display cabinets, French & English wardrobes, huge walnut carved mirror-back sideboard, hall chairs
& occasional furniture throughout. A magnificent pair of rare 19th Century Italian bronze & brass
beds with raised cherubs & decorations, oak dumbwaiter, stacking sliding drawer cabinet, chests of
drawers inc. inlaid tallboy, marble top washstand, teak & marble table, huge jarrah refectory table
plus much more.
ARTWORKS INC: 19th Century oils, Victorian prints, Aboriginal art, Durack, David Boyd, Ray
Crook, Baker, Boissevain, Zago, Lindsay, Leonard Long plus more throughout the house.
Persian & tribal rugs throughout from runners to room size.
COLLECTABLES INC: Mantle clocks, rosewood stick barometer, Blue & White Royal Doulton, oil
lamps, hallmarked sterling silver & others, crystal, dinner ware, Oriental, large tortoiseshells, scales,
jardinires, stone statues, cast iron garden objects, urns, collectables, shed and numerous other items
in surrounding gardens.

* STRICT PUBLIC VIEWING *


SATURDAY 20TH JUNE 10AM 4PM
SUNDAY 21ST JUNE 9AM 11AM

The property is sold and must be cleared


Details now online

www.donellyauctions.com.au
Please note 16.5% Buyers Premium applies Inc. GST
Photo ID required to register & credit card details required to leave bids

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Medical students
can Curtin plan

Walkies
to save
our best
friends

Tony Abbotts recent support for a Curtin medical


school has outraged UWA
medical students, who say it
will be hard to train the extra
students.
WA Premier Colin Barnett has
supported Curtins proposition
since his 2013 election campaign,
but has only now received
federal approval.
In 2013 Mr Barnett said
Australia was too reliant
on overseas doctors, was
plundering developing countries
by employing their doctors and
needed to meet increasing
demand from WAs hospital
projects.
UWA-based Medical Students
Society president Kiran Narula
said the government had
overcompensated for a lack of
doctors.
Mr Narula, who is encouraging
UWA student numbers to
complain to their local MPs,
said WA medical students

By DAVID COHEN
Plenty of dogs will be finding
30 next Saturday in Shenton
Park.
The 30 for 30 Jog for the Dogs
Challenge at the Dogs Refuge
Home will see volunteers
and sports people including
Wildcat Tom Jervis walk 30
dogs for 30 minutes each, and
clock up 30km.
Refuge president Karen
Rhodes appealed for anyone
who had adopted a dog from
the home to donate to the challenge.
This is our biggest fundraiser
of the year and were urging dog
lovers throughout Perth, and
especially the many thousands
of dog lovers who have rescued a
dog from us in the past, to make
a donation in this, our 80th year,
Karen said.
The money raised will go a
huge way towards meeting the
annual shortfall we must find
to survive, so we can rescue
many more dogs and puppies
in the future from an otherwise
uncertain fate.
We rely on the community
to support our rescue work and
were incredibly grateful for any
amount that locals are able to
donate.
All donations over $2 are fully
tax deductible and its a great
time to support us, given the end

had tripled in 10 years


and now practices could not
accommodate the influx.
A minimum one years
internship is required to become
an independent doctor in WA
but further extensive training
is normal, according to Mr
Narula.
In WA last year we had
80 junior doctors miss out on
[becoming] GPs, as there werent
enough spots. Nationally, there
were over 700 who missed
out, Mr Narula said.
Curtin vice-chancellor
Deborah Terry said: We need
to be more innovative in our
clinical placements.
The WA health and hospital
system continues to expand and
several existing hospitals will
have increased capacity.
UWA students have objected
to the plans via Facebook and
Twitter and pushed to have them
addressed on the ABCs Q&A
program.

Inspectors get the point


Claremont council health
inspectors have new beauty
books to peruse.

Wildcat Tom Jervis, left, and Jazze Jervis with Biggie the dog who needs
a home. Photo: Paul McGovern
of the tax year is so close.
The walkies start at 9am on
Saturday, June 20. Participants
will return to the refuge every
30 minutes for another dog.
It is the biggest annual fundraising campaign for the Lemnos
Street refuge.
For those who cant walk, tax

deductible donations can be


made by calling 9381 8166 or at
dogshome.org.au.
The home relies on community
support to fund its operations.
It has a pro-life policy and
does not put down any healthy,
rehomeable animals in its
care.

The council bought the books


on hairdressing and skin penetration from G Force Printing
for $651.09.
Claremonts corporate governance manager Les Crichton
said business cards were also
included in the cost.
The books are used by the
health officers for inspections,
Mr Crichton said.
We have some cosmetic tattooists [eyebrows and so on] and more
hairdressing establishments.
Also in the list of Claremonts
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Man remanded

Pharmacy robber jailed


A 26-year-old man who
held up the same North
Fremantle pharmacy
twice in eight days has
been jailed for four years
and eight months.
Simon Jeffrey Garforth
was charged in 2013 but the
charges were dropped due
to a lack of evidence.
But during a police undercover operation he told
an undercover cop about
the crimes.
In the Supreme Court
last week, Justice Stephen
Hall said Mr Garforths
serious offences were all
too common.

He said Garforth went to


the Stirling Highway pharmacy in June 2013 dressed
in black and produced a
knife when a worker did
not hand over the drug,
Suboxone.
Eight days later Mr
Garforth waited outside
the pharmacy as his partner rang the bell.
Mr Garforth waved a
large knife, demanded
Subutex and money and
stole 1000 dexamphetamine tablets and $300.
Mr Garforth will be
eligible for parole from
February 2018.

BEAT
with DAVID COHEN

Magistrate Felicity
Zempilas heard Pavlo
Szyjan (62) had a random
breath test in West Perth
at 6pm on May 17 and was
found to have a blood alcohol content of 0.08%.
Mr Szyjans lawyer said
his client had worked all
that day cleaning out a

Bar charge
A drunk man allegedly
threatened people in a
Mosman Park bar last
Saturday night.
Cottesloe police said
the man (39) became
abusive in Samsons
Paddock, in Glyde Street,
at about 10pm, after
complaining about the
music.
Police charged him
with breaching a moveon order.

North Perth investment


property.
He had returned to his
office and drunk three
glasses of wine while he
worked, the lawyer said.
He also had not eaten
lunch.
It was a short drive from
his office to his apartment:
he accepts it was a serious
error of judgment.
The lawyer said Mr
Szyjan was now relying on
others to drive him to his

A City Beach man was


charged with drug and
ammunition offences this
week after police searched
his house on Monday.
The man (38) was charged
with possessing a prohibited drug and unlicensed
ammunition.

projects, including one in


City Beach.
Ms Zempilas heard Mr
Szyjan had been an architect for 35 years and had
won several awards.
She told him his high
blood alcohol reading
seemed out of character.
Hopefully this has been
a learning experience for
you, she said.
She fined Mr Szyjan $550
and ordered him to pay
$79 court costs.

Student banned
A student caught driving in City Beach with a
blood alcohol reading of
0.161 was told this week
she had been a danger to
herself and others.
Nicole Margaret
Richardson was banned
from driving for 10 months
and fined $900 when she
appeared in the Perth
Magistrates Court on
Tuesday.
Magistrate Felicity
Zempilas heard police

Police were called to a


home in Mayfair Street ,Mt
Claremont, to investigate
an assault.
The man is next due
to appear in the Perth
Magistrates Court next
Friday.

Drug count

Awarded architect has to be driven about


An award-winning architect lost his drivers
licence for seven months
on Tuesday after pleading
guilty to drink driving.

A 24-year-old Claremont
man was remanded in
custody last Wednesday
after being charged with
assault and criminal
damage.

Licence spiked
Rug wrong This floor covering was stolen from a
Subiaco business.

Pink rug taken


Two businesses in Hay
Street, Subiaco, were
burgled late last week.
A pink rug was stolen
from Viva Photography,
in the Subiaco Mews
complex on Friday night
after a glass door was
forced open.
Thieves also tried to
take a projector and
computer.

At 4.10am on Saturday
the alarm sounded at the
Lanna Thai restaurant
after thieves smashed
a glass door. They took
two tills containing about
$1000. The tills were
worth $500.
The thieves also caused
about $1000 damage to a
computer that controlled
the tills.

Deputy clerk pleads not guilty


stopped Ms Richardson
in West Coast Highway
just after midnight on
May 16.
I shouldnt have got
behind the wheel, Ms
Richardson said.
She said she was on
Austudy but could pay
a fine.
Obviously you were a
real danger to yourself and
others, Ms Zempilas said.
She ordered Ms
Richardson to pay $79
court costs.

The deputy clerk of the


WA Legislative Council,
who allegedly carried a
baseball bat in City Beach
in February, pleaded not
guilty on Thursday.
Nigel Rodney Lake (49)
was surrounded by friends
before he pleaded not
guilty to carrying an article with intent to cause
fear, possessing a disguise
and unlawfully using a
tracking device.
Police allege Mr Lake,

of Fremantle, was also


wearing gloves when
they stopped him near
the home of his boss,
Legislative Council clerk
Nigel Pratt.
In March, Legislative
Council president Barry
House said he had stood
down Mr Lake from his
$166,000-a-year job when
police had told him about
the charges.
Mr Lake was allocated a
trial date in September.

A man charged with


having a blood alcohol
level of more than 0.05%
in Wembley earlier
this year has lost his
drivers licence for eight
months.
Andre Carlos Cater was
also fined $500 when he
appeared in, the Perth
Magistrates Court on
Tuesday.
Police stopped Mr Cater
in Powis Street on March
20.

Burglary over
Sunday brekkie
A Shenton Park disabled man had property
stolen last Sunday when
he left his room to have
breakfast.
While he was away,
an iPad, iPhone, wallet
with $50, and his drivers
licence were stolen from
his unlocked room.
Police charged an East
Perth woman over the burglary and other crimes.
She is due to appear
in the Perth Magistrates
Court next Wednesday.

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Man in custody after


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A man has been remanded in custody after
allegedly assaulting his partner in Subiaco and
then pointing a gun with a silencer at her.

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21 June 2015

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Blue eyed soul tribute

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Copper wire was stolen from a real estate office in Claremont early Tuesday morning.

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The Dulcitones
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Arco Duo
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Wembley police said the couple had argued


in a car and the man hit her before pointing a
loaded rifle at her.
Police said the weapon was a sawn-off .22
rifle with a silencer and scope.
They said a rifle, silencer, scope, magazine,
and ammunition had been found in the car.
The man, from East Cannington, was charged
with two counts of common assault, one of making threats, and various weapon offences.
He was denied bail and was due to appear
again in Perth Magistrates Court on Friday,
after the POST went to press.

Fi Mondello
Vocal jazz trio

The Sweet Teas


Vocal jazz trio

*Auslan interpreters will be at this concert

Thieves entered the Abel McGrath office, at


the Bayview Centre in Stirling Highway.
The firms Carmel Gardiner said about $60
of wire had been stolen.
The business had no power for most of
Tuesday.

Remand on indecency charge


A Claremont man has been remanded on
an indecent dealing charge.
Jon Meynard Goldschmidt (26) appeared in the
Perth Magistrates Court last Friday after being
charged by Cottesloe police last month.
Mr Goldschmidt was given the remand so
he could get legal advice on the charge of
aggravated indecent dealings with a child
between 13 and 16.
He is next due in court next month.

Boats raided

A thief dropped alcohol and fish fillets


before running out of Royal Freshwater Bay
Yacht Club.
Club CEO Paul Bayliss said there had been
attempted thefts from three or four boats in the
Peppermint Grove pens in the last week.
He said a security guard had challenged
one thief.
As our security were calling the police, the
protagonist made a bolt for it and got away, dropping his loot in the process, Mr Bayliss said.
The items were returned to the owner.
Mr Bayliss reminded people to secure their
boats and cars, not to leave keys in obvious
places and to keep valuables locked away.

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Irish vote gives pollies strength

Cambridge
needs to eat
humble pie
The letter from Churchlands
MP Sean LEstrange (Cambridge
can stop small block scheme,
POST, June 6) provided clear
and concise advice to Cambridge
mayor Simon Withers and the
council about how to undo the
damage that proposed scheme
Amendment 31 has done to the
residents of City Beach and
Floreat.
In the report on the same
subject (Withers: LEstrange
wrong on small blocks, POST,
May 30), Mr Withers is quoted as
saying Mr LEstrange is wrong
and offers sarcastic remarks,
saying it is not my job to teach
him [Mr LEstrange] about town
planning.
Well it appears Mr Withers
is still learning about town
planning, because he recently
attended a seminar on the subject run by the HIA.
Planning on the run?
Mr Withers provides gratuitous advice to Planning Minister
John Day, suggesting the government will not dare to back
down for fear of reproach from
the Opposition.
This statement, from a public figure elected to represent
residents is appalling.
Mr Withers should work out
how to capitulate on this disastrous amendment and accede to
ratepayers wishes to withdraw
it, or at the very least call an
urgent council meeting to seek
an extension.
The POSTs accurate and
descriptive reports have shown
how important this issue is and
how it will impact on residents
and the town.

Simon Withers

Sean LEstrange

Despite that, we seem to have


Mr Withers stubbornly refusing
any advice, and other councillors saying they will be on
holiday and unable to muster
a quorum in June or July.
Seriously? Paid elected representatives too busy on holiday
in winter to meet?
For those familiar with Neros
rule over Rome while it burnt,

,we seem to have shades of this


in Cambridge, which will only
serve to further alienate ratepayers and provide fuel for change
in the October elections.
For goodness sake, Cambridge
council, eat some humble pie
and make some concessions to
your electorate.
David Airey
Park Lane, Claremont

News from Ireland about the


referendum was surprising not
because so many voted yes to
same-sex marriage, but because
the church hierarchy and its
views proved to be so ineffectual
in that predominantly Catholic
country.
It is apparent the church is
out of step with the community
and in real danger of being
irrelevant. People could and
did embrace the contentious
issue without embarrassment
or timidity.
More surprising to me is the
sudden change the referendum has brought about among
our parliamentarians in this
country.
All of a sudden the parliamentarians have discovered that
they do have backbones and
can defy the church hierarchy

Bring back the $3 Woolies bags


Im not too proud to say I was
one of the regular shoppers
at the Woolworths Cottesloe
store to get the $3 bag from the
trolley of rejected fruit and
vegetables.
Though I was referred to as a
scavenger by a neighbour, and
a letter in the POST a few years
ago said our antics resembled
something youd see in the Third
World, my family ate well.
But since that letter and with a
new store manager, things have
changed.
The trolley times became
irregular and sometimes it
wouldnt be brought out at all.
Then, about three weeks ago,
the $3 bag ended.
The manager told me it was a
decision from state level.
The end came, coincidentally,
on the same day Channel 9s A
Current Affair aired a report
about the possible cost savings

Polls show a minority win


Hayden Strzina (Australia behind times on equality, Letters,
April 30) is a little selective with
his facts.
While 20 countries out of 193
have endorsed same-sex marriage, 47 have incorporated man
and woman provisions in their
constitutions.
Also, in all the plebiscites the
US had 51,483,777 people voted
no while 33,015,412 voted yes.
The Irish result was also a
minority win because only 60%
voted and 30% of those voted no,
i.e. about 40% of the electorate
voted yes.
Some businesses may gain
from same-sex marriage, but
there will be a cost when some
businesses as has happened
in the US, Canada, Britain

and listen to their constituents


instead, without any fear of
retribution.
At talk of abortion, voluntary
euthanasia or same-sex marriage, parliamentarians have
been petrified by the small
minority influenced by the religious hierarchy and their views,
lest they influence voting in the
next election.
Now Ireland has shown them
that they can stand up to that
small minority and listen to the
vast majority.
The lesson is that the politician can ignore the majority
view at his/her own peril for
only so long and it is for us, the
silent majority, to keep our faith
and keep trying.
Ranjan Ray
Rosebery Street, Jolimont

and New Zealand are sued


for refusing, in conscience, to
provide photography, catering,
accommodation, and so on to
same-sex couples.
Federal Treasurer Joe Hockeys
support for small business will
be frittered away on legal advice,
court costs and fines.
Same-sex attracted people
are able to partake of all societys benefits without needing
to marry.
The take-up rate in samesex marriage countries is very
small.
The 70% poll quoted in support of same-sex marriage is the
result of media silence about
the facts quoted above.
John Barich
Alfred Road, Claremont

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supermarkets.
Woolies happily took part in
the segment, including mention
of the $3 bag.
I immediately posted a
comment on the Woolworths
Facebook page saying how disappointed I was and received the
reply: We love the $3 bag too.
Ive been told by a staff member at Woolies in Cottesloe the
rejected fruit and vegetables now
get thrown in the bin for landfill,
and they have even needed a
bigger bin to handle it.
Some regular customers used
to rely on the $3 bags because of
their small incomes, something I
dont think Woolworths took into
account when it decided to add
to the dreadful statistics found
on this web page: lunchalot.com/
foodwaste.php.
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John Street, Cottesloe

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Community news

Whats on
in POST community

Cambridge Rotary

Vicky Dodds will talk about a


fundraising program at the next
breakfast meeting of the Rotary
Club of Cambridge. The breakfast
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Teacher Michele Lemin, pictured with her daughter Hannah (2), coordinates a kindy session at Mt Claremont Playgroup. Photo: Paul McGovern

A safe way to slide into school


A secure and familyoriented introduction helps
to ease children into formal
education.
At Mt Claremont Playgroup
there are two kindy programs
for children around three, as
well as regular playgroup.
Playgroup president Kathryn
Horlin said the kindy program,
which was open for children
aged two and over, was designed
to introduce pre-school chil-

dren to kindy-based activities


and structure.
It is great for preparing
children for formal school, especially for those children who
are not yet ready to leave their
parents, Kathryn said.
Families are welcome to
attend a trial session before
booking in.
The kindy sessions are on
Wednesday and Thursday mornings, 9.30 to 11.30am, and there
is a combination of free play

and structured activities.


These include craft, painting,
singing, dancing, and music, story-telling, and outside play, all
coordinated by an experienced
early childhood teacher.
Younger children are welcome to attend with their enrolled siblings.
Mt Claremont playgroup hosts
another eight general playgroup
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There is also an inside playground area if it is raining.
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Share trader Steve Carlsson has a


developed a strategy for both the
US and Australian markets over
the past 15 years. It aligns fundamental aspects of individual stocks
with the overall market direction
and strength. Steve will be the
speaker at the June 18 meeting of
the Australian Technical Analysts
Association (ATAA), a not-for-profit
association promoting investment
education. The meeting is 6pm at St
Catherines College, on the corner
of Stirling Highway and Winthrop
Avenue, Crawley. Enquiries: Derek
on 0447 744 493 or Julian on 9284
2092.

Mosman ratepayers

The next meeting of the Mosman


Park Residents and Ratepayers
Association is at 7pm on Monday,
June 15, in the Mosman Park
Bowling Club.
Unitarian gathering

John Winterflood will talk about the


The Origin of Life at the next meeting of the Unitarian Association. He
will give a brief survey of the ongoing debate with some updated data
and ideas. The talk is at 10.30am on
Sunday, June 21, at Drabble House,
behind Nedlands library. Enquiries:
9336 4809.

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Community news

See Prince Charles in


his Highgrove garden
Prince Charless garden at
Highgrove brings together
art, architectural beauty and
organic principles.
A film, Afternoon at Highgrove
Garden, will be screened at an
afternoon tea hosted by the
University of WA Friends of
Grounds.
It will show the exquisite garden, located outside the village
of Tetbury in the Cotswolds.
In the film, garden expert Alan
Titchmarsh discusses its inception and progress with Prince

Charles, and there are comments


from dedicated gardeners.
What is revealed is the humour, passion and whimsy of
the owner and the garden.
Afternoon at Highgrove
Garden will run from 2 to 4pm
on Monday, June 22, in UWAs
Chaney Lecture Theatre in the
school of business, Hackett
Drive, Crawley.
The cost is $10, $5 for members.
To reserve a place, call 6488
7946.

Police tips for retirees


A police officer from
Cottesloe will talk about community policing at the June 19
meeting of the Perth branch of
the Association of Independent
Retirees.
The meeting starts at 10am
with a short general business

meeting at the Cambridge


Bowling Club in Howtree Place,
Floreat.
This is followed by morning
tea and then the police presentation.
For more information, call
Margaret on 0487 290 097 or Val
on 9382 3495.

The drinks are on Mont Clare


There will be coffee and cake
at an open day at Mercy Place
Mont Clare in Claremont on
Friday.
The residential aged-care
home is opening its doors from 2
to 4pm on June 19 as part of the
National Aged Care Open Day to
give locals the chance to to see
what is on offer there for older
people and their families.
Mont Clare service manager
Jenny Jones said the home open
would give people a chance to
look around and get a feel for
the services on offer.

We are planning an afternoon


tea starting from 2pm, so the
drinks will most definitely be
on us, and both our staff and
residents are looking forward
to opening our doors to the
community and demonstrating
exactly what we have on offer,
she said.
People interested in visiting
during its open day can register
by contacting Simone Souhy on
9383 0000.
The afternoon tea will run
from 2 to 4pm, when visitors will
be given a tour of the facility.

Noah Cheavins, Eve Fletcher and fellow Jolimont Primary School students learnt how to plant WA species on
World Environment Day. Photo: Paul McGovern

From little things, big things grow


The next generation in the
Subiaco area is making sure
their environment thrives into
the future by looking after the
only remaining patches of
original bush in the area.
To mark World Environment
Day, students at Subiaco
Primary School did plantings

at their school and Jolimont


Primary School students planted
about 850 native species in the
original bush at the back of
their school.
They were helped by Subiaco
councils parks and environment
team, who showed them how to
plant the trees so they would
survive and thrive.

The children also learnt about


the biodiversity value of the area
and the importance of helping
the local environment thrive.
The Jolimont Primary School
bush and an area at J.H.
Abrahams Reserve, on the river
foreshore in Crawley, are the
only pieces of original bush left
in the City of Subiaco.

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Community news

Seb Evans and his team of cyclists have raised nearly $4,000 to build childrens wheelchairs so far.

Funding wheelchairs to turn lives around


Seb Evans did not have to
look far for philanthropic
inspiration.
His grandfather, Gordon
Hudson, is volunteer CEO of
Wheelchairs for Kids, a charity that builds wheelchairs
for impoverished children in
developing countries.
Because of his grandfather,

this was the charity Seb decided


to support through a fundraising cycle ride, a project for his
International Baccalaureate at
Scotch College.
Fellow cyclists and I rode
100km, starting at 5.30am and
finished at the Wheelchairs for
Kids workshop in Wangara at
10.15am, he said.

Wheelchairs for Kids is supported by the Rotary Club of


Scarborough and the Christian
Brothers and fully run by volunteers.
Seb said that it cost $150 to
build each wheelchair and they
enabled children to be part of the
community and go to school.
These are simple things

that we take for granted that


they would not have been able
to do without a wheelchair,
Seb said.
My fundraising goal was
$2000. I have had some wonderful support and surpassed
that goal and raised $3939 (26
wheelchairs) so far.
My new goal is to raise

Watch the weather


and be prepared

Share fine wine and music


As their name suggests,
the three WA musicians who
make up Mixt Trio can mix
it up, crossing seamlessly in
and out of an eclectic variety
of musical idioms.
Sax player Matt Styles,
pianist Adam Pinto and percussionist Paul Tanner will
take the Grove Classics audience on a fascinating musical
journey at the Grove library
on Sunday, June 21.
They have played together since 2011, playing

for heads of state, international festivals and the WA


Symphony Orchestra. They
are regularly invited to play
across Australia, Asia and
the UK.
They are putting the
finishing touches to their
debut CD, Home by Eleven,
recorded at ABC Studios, an
all-Australian album that
brings together the worlds
of tango, Latin-American,
classical, jazz and African
music.

This concert makes an


apt finale to the fifth Grove
Classics Chamber Music
Series, where musicians
and audience relax, share
a glass of wine, and quality
music in the comfortable
atmosphere of the library at
1 Leake Street, Peppermint
Grove.
The concert is at 5pm on
June 21 and tickets, $15 to
$35, are available from www.
cappuccino-concerts.com.au
or at the door.

enough money to enable the


charity to build 30 new rough
terrain wheelchairs for kids who
desperately need them.
I am very proud of my granddad and to be supporting such
a worthy cause.
Anyone wanting to help Sebs
project can go to https://give.everydayhero.com/au/sebastian-7.

Winter gives anglers something to


think about as they
watch the weather
patterns to work out
when and where to
go for a fish.
Matt Styles will play saxophone at next Sunday afternoons concert at the Grove.

The message is, be


prepared.
There will always
be windows of opportunity between
storms you just have
to be ready to grab the
chance and go for it.
When you finally get
the opportunity to get
out in the boat, the
fishing is often better
after rough weather.
One good place to
head is into Cockburn
Sound where there
are plenty of goodsized squid coming
from the weed banks
as well as a few decent
pink snapper around
the 8-10kg mark.
There are also plenty of skippy around the
offshore reef systems
and plenty of good
sand whiting.
Reports of a few
very good-sized winter
tailor offshore and
around shore reef
areas from Fremantle
through to Yanchep
are encouraging sign
of good things to
come.
Some of these green
backs are reaching
the 3-4kg mark and,
though not prolific,

FISHING

with Gary Shugg


they are there and
worth chasing.
Herring numbers
are very pleasing, with
some decent-sized
fish coming from just
about everywhere, including the Fremantle
moles, Cottesloe,
Swanbourne out to
Rottnest and farther
north to City Beach
and Hillarys.
The Swan is also
turning up plenty of
fishing action, with
good numbers of black
bream working their
way downstream.
Reports of some nice
fish up to a kilo and
more are coming
from Maylands and
Belmont as well as
farther downstream
around the yacht clubs
in POST country.
The flathead have
slowed, which is to
be expected, but
the odd fish is still
being caught, mainly
on lures in the East
Fremantle area.
The odd mulloway
is also being caught
around Mosman and
Bicton, with a few
fish also coming from
the Fremantle moles
and even in the inner
harbour.

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Community news

Seeing the theatre


through Wicked eyes
Wicked actor John OHara
was a surprise visitor at
rehearsals at Hale Schools
Redfoot Youth Theatre.
He dropped in to cast an
expert eye over rehearsals for
their show, Youre a Good Man,
Charlie Brown, having played
Charlie Brown himself in the
Australian production early on
in his career.
In Wicked, currently playing at
Crown Theatre, John plays the
Witchs father and has toured
to Singapore, the Philippines
and around Australia.
Since graduating from the musical theatre course at WAAPA
in 2001, John has performed in
Rock of Ages, The Boy from Oz,
The Rocky Horror Show, Jesus
Christ Superstar, Shout, Hair
and many more. His role as Rum
Tum Tugger in Cats attracted
critical acclaim.
John answered a barrage of
questions from Redfoot actors,
sharing great and not-so-great
aspects of working in theatre.
You have the most incredible time but it really is hard,
gruelling work, he said.
You work all weekend
and maybe have Monday and
Tuesday off. The schedule is
very demanding and its very
hard on relationships if you
have a partner or kids.
The students asked him what
was coming next for him.
As an actor you have to trust
that it is going to be okay and
that you will find work, he said.
You just need to believe in your
craft and give it your all.

John OHara, who is appearing in Wicked at the Crown Theatre, talks about the world of theatre with, from left, Ben Mutzig, Callum Coull, Christian
Dethlefsen and Lachlan Robinett.

Orchestra is bowing in 25 years


Young string players have been finetuning their skills to perform Johann
Pachelbels Canon in a concert in
Churchlands next Sunday.
The WA Youth Strings Orchestra will
also play the finale from Beethovens 5th
Symphony, Moonlight Tango by Richard
Meyer, Citadel by Stephen Chin and a jazz

suite, all under the baton of conductor


Ashley Arbuckle.
The orchestra, which is for primary school
students in Years 5, 6 and 7 who audition
to join, rehearses at Churchlands Senior
High School. It will perform this Act-BelongCommit mid-year concert there.
A second orchestra for Years 3, 4 and 5 will
play a selection of specially written pieces

for student musicians at the concert, which


marks the orchestras 25th anniversary.
Also on the program is a jazz outfit,
the Fifi Mondello Trio, and five of the
children will play solo accompanied by
piano.
Tickets to the concert at 3pm on Sunday,
June 21, are $20, $10 for children. They can
be booked at trybooking.com/HXFF.


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The Australia-wide competition, run by the Peter Cowan
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open theme but entries must
be previously unpublished.

PCWC president Susan


Stevens said it was a great
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Community news

Empty Bowls will fill tummies


Empty Bowls, a project that
was started by potters in the
US more than 25 years ago,
is coming to WA for the first
time.
Local potters have made, decorated and donated more than
500 bowls to raise money at the
inaugural Empty Bowls event, at
Christ Church Grammar School
in Claremont next Sunday, 11am
to 2pm.
For $20, people can buy a bowl,
choose a soup to fill it and eat
with bread from some excellent
bakeries, with all proceeds going
to Foodbank.
Janet Pyke, who is coordinating
the event, said: We have some
truly beautiful bowls donated
by some of WAs best-known
potters, such as Janet Kovesi
Watt, Cher Shackleton, Sandra
Black, Ian Beneston and Danica
Wichtermann.
Bowls have come from as far
away as Leonora and Margaret
River, and students at Moerlina
School and the Perth Waldorf
School have made and decorated
bowls.

Cottesloes Perth Studio Potters


has fired and glazed bowls and
Christ Church has provided its
refectory for the event.
Janet said: We have had
wonderful support from restaurants for soup, including Salt
on the Beach, Vans Cottesloe,
Steves Fine Wine and Food,
The Cottesloe Beach Hotel and
Jeremys Exclusive Butchers.
Bread will be provided by
Barretts Bread, Bread in
Common, Miami Bakehouse and
New Norcia Bakeries.
As a bonus, bowls signed by the
West Coast Eagles and Fremantle
Dockers coaches and players will
be auctioned online.
I expect to see huge interest in
these, as there are only 20 bowls
in total and lots of team fans
would love to have their cereal
in a bowl signed by a favourite
player, Janet said.
For tickets to the lunch and
to join the online auction, go to
www.emptybowlsperth.com.

Kim Gillespie, from Perth Studio Potters, crafts a bowl for the Empty Bowls event next Sunday.

Barry lives to tell the tale


The launch of Barry
Knowles memoir in Nedlands
recently was an achievement
against the odds.

Some of the bowls that have been made and donated by local potters
for the Empty Bowls project.

Private owners can apply


for heritage grants
Private owners of stateregistered heritage places can
apply for heritage grants of up
to $100,000 towards the cost of
urgent conservation work.
Heritage Minster Albert Jacob
said $1.273million was available
for the grant program, overseen by the Heritage Council
of WA.
The scheme offers dollar-fordollar funding for urgent work
or documentation to help plan
future works.
It is one of the few grant
programs in Australia to assist
private owners with the costs
associated with maintaining
their heritage places, Mr Jacob
said.
Since its inception in 1997, 690

heritage projects from across the


state have received grants totalling more than $15.8million, Mr
Jacob said.
Last year alone, it helped
generate $3.3million in building works, demonstrating the
tremendous value of this grant
program to the conservation of
the states heritage.
Last years grants included
one for the WA Rowing Club in
Riverside Drive, which received
funding to help replace the piles
beneath the 1905-constructed
wooden boatshed and clubhouse,
and to install a new deck for
the jetty, saving it from almost
certain closure.
Applications for 2015-16 grants
close at 4pm, on Wednesday
July 22.

He was diagnosed with the


asbestos-related disease mesothelioma in early 2010 and defied expectations by surviving
long enough to write his book,
Reflections through Reality.
Barry was exposed to asbestos while working in the
building industry and when he
was diagnosed more than five
years ago was given the usual
six to nine months live.
He put pen to paper to detail
his health struggles, his legal
fight for compensation and his
new mission, to help other victims and their families through
a support group.
When I visited my doctor in

2010 and he told me I had just


six months to live, I couldnt
believe it, Barry said. It was
such a shock and I started to
think about my family and what
I would miss in life.
After months of chemotherapy, I was told I had stage four
cancer and there was nothing
more doctors could do. I was
given just weeks to live.
Then, miraculously, the tumour just stopped growing and
I was told I was experiencing
slow progression of the illness, meaning I might have 12
months to live. That was five
years ago.
Usually people who are
going through this dont live
long enough to help other sufferers, so my wife, Renee, and
I set up a support group which

meets monthly.
Importantly, proceeds from
book sales will go to asbestos
research, so we can work towards a cure for these insidious
diseases.
Legal firm Slater and Gordon
represented Barry in his claim
for compensation and sponsored his book.
General manager Siri
Siriwardene said: Barry is
prepared to face the emotions
of his darkest days. He relived
the symptoms, the diagnosis of
mesothelioma and the awful
times that followed so that
he could benefit scientific
research and the people who
read his story.
To order a copy of Reflections
through Reality, visit http://
www.reflections.org.au.

Hollywood kids
off and racing
Science was a load of rubbish
at Hollywood Primary School last
week.
The Pre-primary students got to
play creatively with a heap of industrial waste provided by Nature
Play Solutions.
The children are studying the
properties and uses of materials
and the Loose Parts session fitted
the program perfectly.
We also have a big ongoing focus
on sustainability throughout the
Frederick Denyszyn drives a car made from loose parts and a bit school, said science and sustainability teacher Celia Elissegaray.
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Janelle Laretive

is now a part our Subiaco family


Janelle is the perfect complement to our Subiaco Team - professional, successful, caring
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Janelle looks forward to working with you soon!

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for sale
1 Binns Court, North Fremantle
4

offers
from
$1,550,000
auction

354 sqm

Magnificent Coastal Living


Perfectly situated between the river and the ocean, in a tranquil
cul-de-sac just minutes from Fremantle, lies an exceptional two storey
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open plan kitchen, living and dining, study, retreat, wine cellar,
laundry, covered alfresco, double garage and easy care gardens, this
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a highly sought after location.

Open Saturday 13th June 1:15pm - 1:45pm

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John Hunter
0427 654 352
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2c Athelstan Road, Cottesloe


3

auction

329 sqm

Perfect Beachside Living!


BIDDING STARTS AT $1.8MIL
Ideally located in a leafy peaceful neighbourhood and only moments to
the beach, this impressive new home combines uncompromising quality with understated luxury to create sophisticated yet relaxed living in a
prestigious beachside location.Built for over 55s and wheelchair friendly,
with three bedrooms master on the ground floor, 3 en-suite bathrooms
plus powder room, open-plan kitchen, living and dining, study, alfresco,
upstairs terrace, and double garage, this meticulously designed and flawlessly completed home epitomizes elegance and style.

Open Saturday 13th June 11:30am - 12:00pm


Auction on-site (unless sold prior) | Sat 13th June 12:00pm

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Claremont

Leederville

Subiaco

9286 3655

9208 1999

9381 2055

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for sale
10 Otway Street, Swanbourne
4

mid
$1millions

404 sqm

auction

Easy Family Living


Perfectly located in a tranquil cul-de-sac in the heart of Swanbourne,
moments to the train station and close to the best public and private
schools in Perth, lies an immaculate two-storey residence on 404 sqm.
With 4 bedrooms master on the ground floor, 2 bathrooms plus powder
room, formal lounge, open-plan kitchen, living and dining, games room/
teenage retreat, laundry, wine cellar/store, outdoor entertaining area, large
courtyard and secure double garage.

Open Saturday 13th June tba

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John Hunter
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106 Herdsman Parade, Wembley


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$1million

662 sqm

Character, Space and Charm


Centrally located between Lake Monger and Herdsman Lake, just 5
minutes walk to Wembley Primary and close to the freeway, Leederville,
Subiaco and Mount Hawthorn coffee strips, lies a beautifully renovated
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A stunning leadlight door leads into the entry and to the left, double
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for sale
offers
from
$1,090,000

8 Oxford Court, Mount Claremont


3

482 sqm

auction

Welcome Home!
Perfectly located at the top of a tranquil leafy cul-de-sac, overlooking
the treetops of Mt Claremont and surrounded by gorgeous low
maintenance gardens, this beautifully presented single level home is
the ideal downsizer, lock-up and leave or outstanding family entry into
the prestigious western suburbs. Light pours into the spacious living
and dining spaces, with picture windows framing manicured lawns and
gorgeous jacaranda at the front and lovely gardens to the rear.

Open Saturday 13th June 10:30am - 11:00am

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43 Verdun Street, Nedlands


4

auction

316 sqm

Timeless, Understated, Elegant


BIDDING STARTS AT $1MILLION
Ideally located in a peaceful and private pocket of Nedlands opposite
Highview Park, this stunning executive residence with 4 bedrooms, 3
bathrooms, study, open plan kitchen, living and dining, laundry, outdoor
kitchen and alfresco and garage offers magnificent contemporary living
with designer finishes and flawless detailing throughout. Striking travertine
floors extend throughout family living areas and wet zones the gorgeous
ground floor bathroom features walk in shower, stone vanity and toilet.

Open Saturday 13th June 12:45pm - 1:15pm


Auction on-site (unless sold prior) | Sat 4th July 11:00am

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John Hunter
0427 654 352
john.hunter@abelmcgrath.com.au
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Claremont

Leederville

Subiaco

9286 3655

9208 1999

9381 2055

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for sale

2 Doepel St, North Fremantle


4

4.5

475 sqm

Worlds Away

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$3 millions
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$2,000,000s
000 00

Step inside this idyllic sanctuary and come home to your very own slice of serene
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are greeted by the gallery entrance that showcases the sheer length and latitude of this
indulgent sub penthouse. Sleek architectural design combines with luxurious finishes to
create a home of unrivalled extravagance. Ambience combines with natural light and the
raw texture of bespoke timber fixtures resulting in a stunning and soulful theme. Lights
glistening on the water, the expansive riverfront balcony is perfect for a casual meal or a
simple glass of Champagne for two at sunset, a perfect way to enjoy an evening. And
inside, for the entertainers, a fully equipped scullery suggests all the markings of a black
tie dinner party that can be performed and tucked away discreetly. Take a trip through
this stunning home and remove yourself from reality. It really is a world away.
First Home Open This Saturday 13th June 1:30pm - 2:30pm

Nicole Jones
0435 450 955
nicole@abelmcgrath.com.au

Michelle Kerr
0412 770 743
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Claremont 303 Stirling Highway | 9286 3655


Claremont

Leederville

Subiaco

9286 3655

9208 1999

9381 2055

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for sale
Units 23 & 29, 2 Doepel St, Nth Fremantle
3

from mid
$1 millions

183 sqm

auction

Shes All That


With personality plus, this vibrant and captivating home is sure to steal
your heart. She oozes sophistication, elegance and energy - this home is
all about style, style, style. All the creature comforts of home are reflected
in high end luxury appointments that you would expect in a property of
this calibre. Life was meant to be lived and being situated in the heart of
one of Perths hippest cultural and culinary locales you will be perfectly
positioned to take full advantage of everything this vibrant area has to offer.
Cafs, restaurants, art galleries, river and beach, there really is no other
development that offers you the luxury and lifestyle of RiverShores. Come
fall in love

Open Saturday 13th June 1:30pm - 2:30pm

Nicole Jones
0435 450 955
nicole@abelmcgrath.com.au

Michelle Kerr
0412 770 743
michelle@abelmcgrath.com.au

Units 24 & 30, 2 Doepel St, Nth Fremantle


3

mid-high
$1 millions

187 sqm

Industrial Chic
Where Perths iconic Swan River mouth joins the Indian Ocean there lies a
hive of activity. Nestled amongst all this activity is a luxury urban hideaway.
Sleek architectural design combines with luxurious finishes to create a home
of unrivalled extravagance. This spacious light filled property spills out from
river to port creating incredible views from sea to shore. Whether its sipping
wine on the balcony watching the progression of yachts on the Swan or the
loading of containers onto a freighter bound for some exotic location, you
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Community news

A big night under


City Beach lights
There will fun for kids including a bouncy
castle, face painting and a sausage sizzle
when new floodlights at City Beach Oval are
launched on Friday, June 19.

Members of the Rosalie EarlyAct Club committee check out the contents of a ShelterBox, used for disaster relief.

Making sure others are warm, dry


It was a chilly morning when
Rosalie Primary School students
created a chain of coins to buy a box
of aid for disaster victims.
The collection was organised by
members of the schools EarlyAct
Club, a Rotary-sponsored group and
the first of its kind in WA.
Its really cold this morning, said
club minute secretary Josh Rasmussen.
But at least we will be warm when
we go to our classrooms.
Some people dont know when they

will be warm or dry.


Rotary can respond instantly to
natural and man-made disasters by
delivering boxes of aid through its
ShelterBox program.
Each ShelterBox supplies an extended family with a tent and essential equipment to use while they are
displaced or homeless.
The boxes can be tracked so the
students will know where theirs have
been sent.
There was plenty of enthusiasm
to add money to the chain, with de-

nominations ranging from silver coins


through to a $20 note.
More than $400 was collected.
The Year 1 children now need a top
up of their counting money, used
when they are learning about money,
because they were keen to donate it
to the collection.
The EarlyAct Club of Rosalie
Primary is sponsored by the Rotary
Club of Western Endeavour, which
meets at the Warehouse Caf, 221
Onslow Road, Shenton Park, on
Tuesday mornings at 7 for 7.15am.

All are invited to join in the Launch of the


Lights, organised by the West Coast Sporting
Association.
The lights will benefit the West Coast Football
Club seniors and juniors, City Beach Teeball
Club, City Beach Green Range Senior Cricket
Club and the newly formed West Coast Junior
Cricket Club, as well as other sporting and
recreation groups.
The Launch of the Lights will run from 4.30
to 8.30pm.
The West Coast Junior Football Club has
scheduled its big Friday night Auskick event
from 4.30pm, followed by games involving its
Year 4 and 5 teams.
There is no cost for entry, though there may
some charges for food and drinks.
The total lighting project cost $200,000, with
contributions from the Department of Sport
and Recreation, Cambridge council, the WA
Football Commission and West Coast Sporting
Association.
The associations contribution was funded by
a combination of loans from the two football
clubs, labour provided by senior football club
members, and discounted services provided by
a long-time club supporter, iElect Electrical
Contractors, which carried out the works.
Sam Birmingham, president of the West Coast
Sporting Association, said: The finished project
means we now meet the Australian standard
level of lighting to play night junior and amateur
football at City Beach Oval.
The project was crucial in launching the new
West Coast Junior Cricket Club, and we look
forward to having hundreds of youngsters get
their first taste of cricket under lights on Friday
evenings in summer, just as hundreds upon
hundreds of youngsters are doing with Auskick
under lighting on Friday nights in winter.

Arbor Day comes to Lake Monger


Children from six local primary schools planted 300 new
trees at Lake Monger Reserve
last Friday.

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Renovating or
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The POST each week lists tradesmen who


provide every household service, from
unblocking drains to unravelling the
mysteries of your new flat-screen television.
They will do your books, clean or paint your house,
landscape the garden, do handyman
repairs or build an entire house.
Readers tell us they have carried out major
extensions and renovations just by using the
POST trades and services directory near the back
of the newspaper.
The directory is also available on the Internet at
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The annual Arbor Day event was


organised by Cambridge council and
the Rotary Club of Cambridge.
There were 40 students from
each of the schools City Beach

Primary, Floreat Primary, Holy


Spirit Catholic Primary, Lake
Monger Primary, West Leederville
Primary and Bold Park Community
Centre.
After the tree planting, members of the Rotary club cooked a
sausage sizzle and provided cool
drinks for all the students and
teachers.

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He is only six months old and can get anxious


if left alone for too long.
His new owners will need to be willing to
give him time to settle in and adapt to his
new lifestyle.
Group obedience training will be essential
because he does not appear to have had any
previous training.
Otto will need at least two 30-minute walks
each day until he has grown into an adult
dog.
He will be suitable to live with children eight
years of age and older.
Otto can be a bit scared of new people, especially men, but with patience and affection he
will soon become your new best friend.

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Community news

Banks fortunes mirrored


WAs expansion
Lawyer John Wheatley is
interested in history and
currency and will combine
both in a talk for the Royal
WA Historical Society on
Wednesday.
His paper will be titled The
Western Australian Bank 18411927, a period that included colourful managers and personalities like Francis Lochee, Alfred
James Hillman, Sir George
Shenton, Henry Diggins Holmes,
Sir William Thorley Loton, Sir
Edward Horne Wittenoom and
Sir Alfred Davidson.
The Western Australian Bank
mirrored the fortunes of WA
through the expansion of the timber industry, the transportation
of convicts, the gold rush and
the development of the pastoral
and farming industries.
It was remarkable for the
long service of its staff and the

devotion of many of the colonys


most respected families to its
affairs.
In its first year of operation
in 1841, when the population of
Perth was about 2760, the bank
had one man to carry out its
business. At the time of Henry
Holmes retirement as general
manager in 1921, there were
236 officers on the staff and 57
branches and sub-branches.
Premier James Mitchell presented Holmes with a gilded
replica of the bank filled with gold
sovereigns as a retirement gift.
The talk will be at 6pm
on Wednesday, June 17, at
Stirling House, on the corner
of Broadway and Clark Street,
Nedlands.
Refreshments are available
from 5.30pm.
For more information, call
9386 3841.

Concert for Gallipoli centenary


In recognition of the Anzac
centenary, the Churchlands
Choral Society is presenting
an afternoon of musical reflection titled For the Fallen 1915
to 2015.
The stunning architecture of
the chapel of St Michael the
Archangel in West Leederville
will be the scene for the concert, which will begin gently
with an a cappella work, For
the Fallen.
This will be followed by
music by Mozart, Handel, Elgar,
Schubert and Marcello, finishing
with the glorious Lux Aeterna
by Clint Mansel.
Christophe Karas will be the
musical director and the solo-

ists will be Stewart Smith on


organ and Breanna Evangelista
on trumpet, while the soprano
soloist will be Alexandra Bak.
The choir will sing eight movements from Mozarts Requiem
the focus of the afternoon.
The concert is at 2.30pm on
Sunday, June 21, at the chapel
in the grounds of the Catholic
Education Centre at 50 Ruislip
Street.
Tickets ($20/$15) are available
from Colleen Harland on 9446
4402 or email tickets@ccs.joli.
com.au.
The afternoon tea will be
provided in exchange for a gold
coin donation to the Red Cross
and guests are invited to join
performers there.

Year 6s try out seat of power


School principal Perette Minciullo was pleased to hand over
to students at Moerlina school.
Year 6 students took over the
principals job for a day, leading
a whole school meeting, conducting an emergency evacuation drill and liaising with staff
to run class activities.
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leadership roles in secondary
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For Sale
3 Sea View Terrace, Cottesloe

$1,785,000

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A Breath of Sea Air


Character Residence

Forget about the everyday worries of life as you gaze out across district valley views to the ocean
beyond from this charming verandah home. Ideal for families of all shapes and sizes, the home
has had improvements which deliver great amenity with the village and park around the corner.
Your private garden oasis has ample space for the children to run and play. Positioned on the
western side of Claremont Hill taking the children to school is a breeze. A home that is not only
as cute as a button but also practical and convenient. Inspect without delay.
Features Include:

Updated Kitchens & Bathrooms

Self-Contained Living Quarters

Excellent Amenity

610m2 Allotment

View: Sat 13th June 11:00 11:45am

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133 North Street, Swanbourne

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Located metres from the golden sands of Swanbourne Beach, this classic 1950s Icon is a
real surprise. An elevated position above the street aords a wonderful aspect down to the
beach and ocean blue beyond. The deco house oers a rear sunroom plus a games room
and huge front outdoor terrace. Land like this large 810sqm landholding with north facing
rear is becoming rare and even rarer is the opportunity for such a great property to be made
even better.

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Features Include:

Large 810m2 Allotment

Sought After Precinct

Elevated 1950s Home

North Facing Rear

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2/3 McNamara Way, Cottesloe

EARLY $1,000,000s

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North Facing Living
Architecturally savvy this home oers fantastic integration with the outdoors and bathes
in the warming northern light. Arrive home through fully automatic security gates to your
own private oasis. Sleek contemporary lines ow eortlessly from indoor to outdoor living
with impressive integration of the courtyard to give the feeling of an additional living room.
The master suite opens up to a sun soaked northern balcony boasting a fantastic ensuite
accompanied by his and hers walk-in-robes. This home has to be seen to really appreciate
the design and eortless ow.
Two Balconies
Features Include:
Over 200m2 of Living

Seamless Modern Living

Enormous Basement

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small well-maintained complex of only 9 in fashionable South Cottesloe. Fully renovated,
air conditioned and really Tuite special, it incorporates timber oors and plantation shutters
accompanied by a quality kitchen and bathroom.

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Excellent Rental Prospects

Moments to the Beach!

Storage & Dedicated Laundry

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or email chris@shellabears.com.au

www.shellabears.com.au

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For Sale
6 Monument Street, Mosman Park

$1,195,000

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Grove Border
River or Beach!

Get set to FALL IN LOVE with this charming cottage in a super convenient location just a
stroll to cafes, shops and Freshwater Bay. With many character hallmarks and in excellent
condition throughout, this is an ideal blend of winter coziness & summer cool! The sensational
family/living room is bathed in Northern light and opens to the sunny private back garden and
sparkling pool. There is a separate formal sitting room, PLUS double lock up garage (from rear
Right of Way). Easy access schools, train and THE BEACH!
Features Include:

Fully Renovated

Honey Jarrah Boards

Air-conditioned

Modern Kitchen

Call to Inspect Anytime

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OFFERS ABOVE $1,200,000

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689 Sqm Block
A great family home in a fantastic location. Set in a quiet cul-de-sac with your OWN PARK!
Built in an era when houses were meant to last, with plenty of accommodation and big
living spaces. Easy access to schools, shops & transport, close to the river or ocean. One of
Mosmans quietest locations, this is a great chance to secure your familys future!

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Features Include:

Vaulted Ceilings

Formal & Casual Living Areas

Double Lock-Up Garage

Sparkling Pool

Call to Inspect Anytime

10 Broome Street, Cottesloe

$1,459,000

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Two Street Frontage
This character home is only 00 metres from the Surf Break. This home exemplies Classic
Cottesloe Living and is a fantastic opportunity to get a foothold in the Cottesloe market.
With a tidy extension and renovated kitchen and bathrooms, the home oers a relaxed style
and loads of potential. Only 2 minutes walk to the train or the restaurants of Glyde Street,
easy access to Napoleon Street, Fremantle and the beach! It is our pleasure to oer such a
home to the market.
Features Include:
Stunning Leadlights

High Ceilings

Spacious Rooms

Call to Inspect Anytime

Double Garage

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$1,095,000

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Rare Bird - Easy Care Colonial


Hidden behind the limestone wall lies this striking renovated colonial character home. All
the hallmarks of the era are there combined with the convenience of today. This is your
private sanctuary in the trendy Glyde Street Precinct - restaurants, galleries, train and
beach are all moments away. This is an ideal downsizer, city base or compact home.

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Features Include:

High Ceilings

Stunning Leadlights

Tuckpointing

Spacious Rooms

Call to Inspect Anytime

For more information call

Gerald Watts 0418 282 442


or email gerald@shellabears.com.au

www.shellabears.com.au

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We proudly introduce the newest members of our


team to assist you with your property needs
NEDLANDS
igor@porteous.com.au

Igor Nujic
0419 461 010

Born in Croatia, Igor has recently returned from playing professional basketball
in the USA. Igor developed a passion for real estate at an early age and has had
a lot of exposure to the Perth property market. His contribution will rest on
the integrity that he brings to the marketplace and his willingness to provide his
services to anyone who is wanting to maximise their propertys value.

Alison Johnstone
0404 445 076

CLAREMONT/SUBIACO
alison@porteous.com.au

Hailing from Scotland, Alison has spent most of her life working in high end
negotiation, sales and marketing. Launching her real estate career in the Western
Suburbs 5 years ago, within 6 months Alison was awarded a REIWA certificate
in recognition of outstanding performance, with over $24 million of settled
sales. Nominated for Telstra Business Woman of the Year on three occasions,
Alison is highly regarded in the industry as a committed, trusted and respected
high achiever in her field.

Michelle Bibby
0411 425 296

NEDLANDS/CRAWLEY
michelle@porteous.com.au

Born and educated in the UK, Michelle moved to Western Australia 15 years
ago and has been living in the Western Suburbs ever since. With 30 years
experience in the property and investment management business, including
the management of residential construction projects in Asia, UK and Australia.
Michelle is now focusing on providing an optimum service in real estate sales
in Nedlands.

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Bidding starting from $950,000

FEATURES:
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
255m green title with 2 off-street car parking
The owners designed and built this bespoke home to
their exacting specification with style and colourful flair.
Fabulous contemporary two level city home
The master bedroom is upstairs and features a study
area, large walk-in robes and beautiful modern ensuite
Master bedroom with balcony/roof top area
overlooking Fremantle city
Only two minutes away from the Wray Avenue cafes
and shopping
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comfortable built recently in Fremantle

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FREMANTLE WA 6054

SUPER COOL
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0401 603 838
jonathan@porteous.com.au
Office: 9386 8800
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Community news

bowling

Cambridge
The weather was not
kind last Wednesday
at Cambridge Bowling
Club, and though a
few ends were played
there is no result to
report.
However, last Friday
the weather was great
for bowling and the
winning team was
Rosemary Goddard,
Phyllis Rothery, Cliff
Racey and Lionel
Sangster with +5.
Saturday morning
saw David Sladen
and Don Quin take
out the winners prize
with Jim Ryan, Brian
Clay and Jock Wenden
runners-up.
Mondays 2-4-2
games were won by
Ross Bolton and Peter
Mellow with Cliff
Woolridge and Mike
Rinaldi in second
place.
The plate was won
by likely members
Ron Day and Ivor
Davis.

Claremont
The winners of
last Thursdays
mixed bowls were
Dave Leeson, Norm
Underwood and
Patricia Hubbard.
Coming in second
were Peter Channer,
Ireton Parker and
Derrick Dimbleby.
Peter Channer,
Ireton Parker and
Norm Underwood
won Saturdays bowls
by one shot on the
last end to beat Dave
Leeson and Derrick
Dimbleby.
Barry Caporn won
Sundays scroungers
from Kate Hiatt.
A notice has been
put up about the
bowling season and
members are asked
to indicate their
availability as soon
as possible.

Dalkeith
Nedlands
A hardy group
braved inclement
weather last Tuesday
and the winners were
Gwenda McIntosh,
Tom James, Lyn
Worland and Peter
Weisner.
Thursdays mixed
bowls was quite historic, with two teams
getting the same score
(+14) and same number
of end wins.
Because the president and vice-president were away,
everyone got a crate
of wine just for turning up. (Did anyone
remember to untie the
treasurer?)
The equal winners
were the four of J.
McIntosh, J. OMeehan,
R. Kelly and Tom
James and the four
of L. Richardson,
A. Davison, Anne
Clements and Rick
(the wick) Mapley.
Third were Gwenda
McIntosh, A. Quinlan,
M. Adams and Billy
Ridge (+12).
The ladies had a
ball on Friday because it was blokefree and wonderful
weather. The winners
were M. Davison, L.
Worland, C. Minchin
and Y. Appleby (+16),
with runners-up B.
Barblett, G. McIntosh
and V. Jackson +15.
Saturday started
with Joel Steinberg
and Kyle making a film
about the club. Brian
Burton and Wendy
Ireland were the stars
and there were lots of
volunteers for the bar
scene.
On the bowls front,
Macca had his third
win, which is unacceptable because hes
paid for only two! (If
you reckon FIFA has
a problem, you should

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Nedlands selectors.)
The winners were
Ross Donald, R.
Kelly and P. Wiesner,
(+19), followed by J.
Bridge, K. Brooke,
L. Matthews and
Johnny Monks with
+12. J. McIntosh,
Joel Steinberg and T.
James were third.
Members began to
dribble back from the
Geraldton carnival
the worse for wear.
Kingsley Newmans
team won a prize for
coming last and Al
Pitmans team won a
prize but they had to
borrow a lot of players because no one
could get up in the
morning.

Ptanque
At Subiaco Ptanque
Club last weekend the
atmosphere was electric as the club hosted
the state singles championship throughout
the weekend.
On Saturday afternoon, Subiaco
members who were
not taking part in the
championship played
social ptanque.
The winner of the
state mens singles was
Walter Lubtschenko,
with Joseph A.
Corcoran in second
place.
Nuvish Atchamah
won the mens consolant, with runner-up
Vickram Khadaroo.
The winner of
the mens convivial
was Mathieu FaureGeors.
Sue Dauth won
the state ladies singles with runner-up
Monique Tourneur.
The winner of the
ladies consolant was
Christine Caseris,
with Kim Douglas in
second place.
Hina Vert won the
ladies convivial.

Quality AND
quantity
*Source: Roy Morgan Research,September 2014

African children will have shoes to wear to school, thanks to Cottesloe Primary students like Zach Lategan, Mia McClarty and Sam Morgan.

All hands on deck for shoe drive


Cottesloe primary students
were invited to walk a mile
in the shoes of someone less
fortunate during National
Walk to School Day.
The children chose to run
an event for the Amy Biehl
Foundation, which collects
lightly worn shoes to help
some of the 7million African
children who walk huge distances to school every day
without proper shoes.
They collected nearly 400

Hollywood
Subiaco
The clubs ladies are
cock-a-hoop after a big
win in last Tuesdays
undercover pennants
at Innaloo.
The rink of Anne
Ormsby, Nada Bonny,
Usha Nigam and Betsy
Tapley bowled well for
a 27/14 result, while,
on the other rink,
Alannah Brindley,
Deirdre Duncan, Dot
Leeson and Lesley
Langley won 12 ends
for a win of 17/8.
It was a stand-out
performance and
great to bring home
the four points for a
change.
There were two
outstanding performances in a quality field
at last Thursdays
three-bowl pairs.
In the first round,
Bill Ford and Malcolm
Moore were all square
with John Duncan and
Uncle Arthur until
the last end when,
with the last bowl in

pairs of shoes, which will


be sent to African children
cared for by the Amy Biehl
Foundation.
Year 5 student Zoe Colvin
said the event reminded students how lucky they were and
how they had a responsibility
to help the world.
We need to do what we can
to help children who arent
as fortunate as ourselves,
she said.
And walking to school is a
good way to help the environ-

his hand, Malcolm


got a wick to sit on
the jack and grab the
points.
Bill and Malcolm
then cruised to an
easy win in their second game to claim the
major prize.
John Horsfall and
Mac Hughes had to
earn their stripes in
both games but were
good enough to hang
on to take second
place.
Phil Lawler and
Glen Morey had a
miserable first game
but, after a nice hot
cup of tea, came out
rejuvenated to win
the second game and
waltz home with the
antique china ware.
Members made the
most of Saturdays fine
weather and played
Mars Bar triples and
Snickers pairs.
In the triples, Pam
Forrester, Leigh
Fitzpatrick and Alan
Brindley had it all
over Rob Blythe,
Colin Graves and Rod
Hickling for the first
eight ends before the

ment and our own health.


Cottesloe Primarys Green
Scene committee organised
toasties and fruit for the hungry walkers, thanks to support
from the Boatshed and Bakers
Delight in Mosman Park.
We are keen for students to
walk to school as often as they
can, Green Scene coordinator
Kate Macgregor said.
Its great for kids to arrive at
school refreshed from a bit of
exercise and to take some cars
off our suburban streets.

Hickling team found


their mojo. Rob, Colin
and Rod went on to
win the Mars Bars
with +6.
The pairs contest,
between Phil Lawler
and Ted Brown and the
pair of Dot Leeson and
Bob Porter, was played
in two halves. In the
first half Phil and Ted
were cruising until Dot
and Bob clawed their
way back to be within
two shots when the

siren sounded. Hence


the Snickers went to
Phil and Ted.
There was an excellent attendance at the
AGM on Sunday to
hear about another
successful year.
President Bill Ford
presented Colin
Graves with life membership of the club.
Greg Bridges is
home and progressing
well after repairs to
his main pump.

Taking acting to
the next level
Perths The Actors Hub and Melbournes
16th Street Actors Studio are bringing acting
coach Elizabeth Kemp back to WA to run her
Character Dream Workshop masterclass after
its success last year.
Elizabeth is associate artistic director of The
Actors Studio, a New York-based organisation
that is known for its work refining and teaching method acting.
The Actors Hub director, Amanda Crewes,
said being part of Elizabeths masterclass was
a rare opportunity.
The Character Dream Workshop masterclass runs from July 11 to 16 at the Subiaco
Arts Centre, 180 Hamersley Road. For more
information go to www.actorshub.net.

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Whatever your belief and however


deep that conviction runs, religion will
always be a source of humour.
Writer, producer and actor Damon
Lockwood, who has some strong ideas
about religion, said: Comedy is the
best way I know of exploring ideas
without being didactic.
He did not grow up in a religious
household and so he comes to the Bible
and to Christianity with a healthy dose
of scepticism.
He looks at religion and wonders
how it is that for over 2000 years, religion has been a source of wars, pain
and suffering. He looks at Christianity
and wonders at the hypocrisy of those
church leaders who have committed
acts of atrocity against those who
believed in them.
The Bible is the greatest piece of
storytelling in the history of mankind,
Damon said, with admiration. And to
have a man who performed miracles
was a great advertising pitch.
I do believe there probably was an
amazing man who lived around 2000
years ago, but his goodness and kindness have been corrupted for power,
personal gain and sexual gratification.
Damons ideas have sparked his new
play, Jesus: No Ordinary Life.
The comedy is set around 2000 years
ago when the church is struggling for
numbers. An advertising firm is hired
and it decides that a figurehead is
needed someone attractive, a man of
the people, a person who can perform,
well, miracles.
Auditions are held and though the
actual Jesus auditions for the role, he
doesnt get it because he just doesnt
quite have the right look
Jesus: No Ordinary Life features
Shane Adamczak, Andrea Gibbs,
Brendan Hanson, Talei Howell-Price,
Nick Pages-Oliver and Sean Walsh. It
will play at the Blue Room theatre studio from June 16 to July 4 at 8.30pm.
Book through the Blue Room on blueroom.org.au or call 9227 7005.

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arts

Its music for kids ears


STEPHANIE McGANN

Words, pictures and

Beste Ogan with some of her beautifully textured vessels,


in her Mosman Park studio. Photo: Billie Fairclough

Textures to touch
LESLEY ZAMPATTI

Beste Ogan loves the fact


that people feel compelled
to touch her pottery: she
designs it to be irresistibly
tactile.
The idea is for people to
want to touch it and never
let go, she said.
Thats my whole thing.
Im really inspired by
nature, and the tactility and
sensuality of it, and I seek to
replicate that in my work.
In colours that range
from soft pastel greys to
smoky charcoals, her two
ranges of slipcast works are
organic in form, in shapes
that fit the hand or sit well
on the table.
But it is the surfaces
the marbling, the velvety
smooth or softly rumpled
leather-like textures that
cry out to be touched.
I spend a lot of time
on that, its quite a long
process, Beste said.
To get the smoothness
I want, I burnish them
before they are fired, I wetsand them after the first
firing, then its glazed on
the inside and fired again.
And then I wet-sand
them after the second
firing.
Because of that, its
all very natural and
impromptu. Every single
time, its different.
Her pieces from gelato
bowls and latte cups to
dinner plates, platters and
vases come in two ranges,
the leather-look Tabak
(from $28 to $85 a piece),
and the ADA Pebble
series ($30 to $120), with

its smooth plain look, or


swirling greys and creams.
Beste, who shares a
studio, the Clay House,
in Mosman Park, moved
to Australia with her
husband three years ago
from Turkey. For about
10 years she managed the
Istanbul operations of an
international packaging
firm, but when its
mainly British customers
succumbed to the GFC,
she saw an opportunity
to change course and do
something creative.
Enrolled in a masters in
design, she happened to
find herself in a ceramics
studio, and discovered that
was where she was meant
to be. She then studied
for a graduate diploma in
ceramics at the University
of New South Wales
and moved to Perth last
September.
It must have been my
calling, Beste said. Im
glad I followed my dream.
I lose myself; Im so lucky.
I feel like I have a second
chance in life.
Beste will sell her
beautiful wares at Perth
Upmarket, the quarterly
market for original and
handcrafted items, from
10am to 4pm on Sunday,
June 21, in UWAs
Winthrop Hall.
For information about
the 150 or so other
stalls from homewares
to childrens wear and
adult clothes, artworks,
jewellery and food go to
perthupmarket.com.au.

music will come together


this month when the WA
Symphony Orchestra
(WASO) holds its first
ever Education Week.
WASO is collaborating
with The Literature Centre
to bring pictures to life
through music in The
Sound of Picture Books
series for kids.
Author Danny Parker
will present the workshops
along with illustrator and
composer Matt Ottley,
while a WASO chamber
orchestra improvises a
live score on the spot to
accompany their picture
book, Parachute.
Orchestra spokesman
Cassandra Lake says the
series offers a special
experience for children
from Years 1 to 10, and
each workshop is tailored
to a specific age group.
Matt is like a modernday Mr Squiggle its
brilliant, she said.
He is an incredible
artist, but he also hears
music when he sees
pictures so he talks about
that with the kids.
Education Week will
open with a showing of
WASOs Composition
Project at the ABC studios.
Four emerging young
composers have been
working with artistic
director James Ledger to
compose new works for a
WASO chamber ensemble
and on Monday, June

22, these works will be


performed and recorded
with a live studio audience.
If youre a budding
musician, The Rusty
Orchestras free
performance on June 27
may be right up your alley.
Amateur musicians aged
25 years and over sit sideby-side WASO musicians
in a larger than life
symphony orchestra that
plays well-known and loved
repertoire all with just a
few hours rehearsing.
WASOs family concert,
Rhythm in Your Rubbish,

is a must-see for young


families.
Objects that might
otherwise be considered junk
are transformed into working
instruments, while Canadas
Platypus Theatre weaves
together a hilarious story
incorporating famous works
of composers like Brahms
and Tchaikovsky.
On Sunday, June 28, the
orchestra will throw open
the doors to the Concert
Hall from 11am to 5pm for
Open Day.
There will be a swag of
free activities for all ages,

including face painting, a


Kombi van photo booth,
backstage tours, and a silent
disco.
There will also be
chamber music on various
stages and a Make Your
Own Instrument workshop.
Education Week is
part of WASOs first
community support month.
WASO Education

Week is on at the Perth


Concert Hall and other
venues from June 22 to
28. For more information
go to www.waso.com.au.

Canadas Platypus Theatre will bring Rhythm in Your Rubbish to life with the WA
Symphony Orchestra.

direct

Im going out
with a man
going through
a divorce.
Wayne & Tamara
His soonto-be ex wanted the
divorce after she
these children cope? I
cheated on him. She even
dont want to make it
told him he should have a worse, but I have so much
girlfriend and offered to
anger towards his ex its
help him find one.
hard to stay objective.
Now that he has me in
Margi
his life she is extremely
Margi, one of
jealous and causes trouble
Napoleons
with their two young
strengths was
children. She and her
that he could
mum tell them horrible
analyse a
things about me to get
campaign without emotion
them to hate me.
or rancour. Every new
They say things like
surprise in battle he
daddy would rather be
countered with a new
with his girlfriend than
strategy. Thats why he
you and its her fault
was a master of warfare.
we arent together any
You, too, are caught in
more.
the middle of a war.
His ex does irrational
The man you are dating
things that scare the
married the kind of woman
children, like jumping in
who would cheat on him.
front of my boyfriends car
That proves she didnt
so he cant leave. She said
care about him, just as
that was because he didnt
her current actions prove
look her in the eyes when
she doesnt care about her
she spoke to him. All this
kids. Her mother seems to
was done with their two
be cut from the same cloth.
children watching from
A woman like this may
the back seat.
never run out of steam.
What can I say to help
That is why once a person

answers

decides on divorce, they


should do it as quickly
as possible. If your
boyfriend were divorced
with a girlfriend, he
would be in a much
stronger position than he
is as a married man with
a girlfriend. That tactical
mistake was his.
What his wife did,
cheating, is wrong. What
your boyfriend is doing
now is technically wrong.
Kids dont understand
technicalities. Mum and
Dad are not divorced, Dad
has a girlfriend, so Dad is
as bad as Mum. Thats
what his wife is saying and
what the children halfbelieve.
She lost her boyfriend
and now the very thought
of you makes her jealous.
Its like a reflex.
You and your boyfriend
need to watch for things
that minimise her mood
swings. With everything
you try, see if she gets
better or worse and keep a
record of the results.
Your first strategy
should be to withdraw
from the field of battle.
This woman should not

be able to lay eyes on you,


and your boyfriend should
not mention you. If either
of you must communicate
with her, text is best
because it is a written
record.
Keep a record of all
the interactions with
her: missed or delayed
exchanges of the kids,
how she handled it and
her lies. Record what
the kids say she is saying
but dont pump them for
information. For truly
over-the-top behaviour,
ask a lawyer for advice.
The turmoil caused by
his wife can never affect
your interactions with
the children. Once she
senses she is getting a
reaction, she will feed off
your negative response.
You both must remain
unflappable.
The children will
respond better to your
actions than to your
words. They will figure
out who the good parent
is. Your role is to nourish
them and to provide
positive experiences they
can cherish.
Wayne & Tamara

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Trio honoured for


dedication to the arts
RHIANNON SHINE

Patricia Kotai-Ewers
was awarded a Medal of
the Order of Australia this
week, one of three locals
recognised for their contributions to the arts.
Its delightful to receive
acknowledgement for
what has been many years
work, Dr Kotai-Ewers
said.
The former Fellowship
of Australian Writers WA
(FAWWA) president was
awarded the OAM for her
service to literature and to
people with Alzheimers.
Over the years, Dr
Kotai-Ewers was also a
founding member of the
WA Ballet, a singer with
the Malcolm Sargent Choir
and treasurer of the Craft
Association of WA, before
becoming FAWWA president in 1988.
In 1997, Dr KotaiEwers took up a position
as writer-in-residence for
people with dementia at
the Catherine McAuley
Centre in Wembley, where
she published Listen to the
Talk of Us: People with
Dementia Speak Out.

Her determination to
save the heritage houses
associated with writer
Joseph Furphy from
destruction saw Tom
Collins House relocated to
Allen Park in Swanbourne
to become the headquarters
of the writers fellowship.
Dr Kotai-Ewers recently
finished a doctoral thesis
on the first 40 years of the
history of the writers fellowship.
She said writing the
thesis was close to home
because her father, J. K.
Ewers, was the inaugural
president of the fellowship.
I had to come to terms
with a lot about my father,
she said.
She now plans to write
a memoir about being her
fathers daughter.
I grew up in a family
where my mother was a potter, my father a writer, and I
was the dancer, she said.
Ive been fortunate to
have creative parents who
encouraged creativity.
Also recognised for her
contribution to the arts
was Diana Cecile de VosBeck, of Claremont., who
received an OAM for her

service to the performing


arts through dance.
She said she had met Dr
Kotai-Ewers when they
were both dancing for the
WA Ballet
I was 15 and she [Dr
Kotai-Ewers] was the
understudy for the part of
Giselle, Mrs de Vos-Beck
said.
Among other
achievements, Mrs de
Vos-Beck has worked as
an international examiner
for the Royal Academy of
Dance, where she is a life
member, served on the WA
regional advisory panel,
and been a membership
secretary at the Friends of
the WA Ballet.
While working as an
international dance examiner for 22 years, Mrs de
Vos-Beck travelled the
world finding talent.
She is still a RAD
vocational examiner,
teaches at WAAPA
and recently started her
masters a study of the
history of dance in WA
over the past 65 years.
I have had a wonderful career and it is just
lovely that other people

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arts

I grew up in a
family where
my mother was
a potter, my
father a writer,
and I was the
dancer

Dr Patricia Kotai-Ewers at Tom Collins House in


Swanbourne. Photo: Paul McGovern

think I am deserving of this


[OAM], she said.
University of WA
emeritus professor Dennis
Haskell said he meditated
over whether to accept a
Member of the Order of
Australia (AM) award for

his service to literature.


Im a democrat at
heart, Dr Haskell laughed.
But the arts tend not to
be noticed so much, so I
accepted.
Dr Haskell is the deputy
chairman of UWAs

Westerly Centre and the


chairman of the board of
Writing WA.
He was honoured for his
significant contribution to
literature, particularly poetry, as an academic, author,
editor and critic, to tertiary
education, and to intercultural understanding.
He recently published a
book of poetry called What
are you Doing Here? in
the Philippines.
His next book of poetry,
to be launched at the
Perth Writers Festival in
February, is dedicated to
his wife who died of ovarian cancer.
Its called Ahead of Us,
he said. Proceeds from the
book will be donated to the
Cancer Council.
Dr Haskell said his one
regret about receiving the
award was that his wife
was not around to share
the honour and excitement.

Creating theatre to change young lives


RHIANNON SHINE

To produce theatre that


transforms audiences is
the aim of Matt Edgerton,
the new artistic director at
childrens theatre company
Barking Gecko, in Subiaco.
I cant imagine a more
exciting challenge than
telling stories that fire
the imaginations of our

youngest theatre-goers,
inspiring a curiosity about
the world and hopefully
a lifetime of empathy,
creative exploration and
love of the arts, Matt said,
who starts his new job in
August.
He said his goal was
to create theatre that left
audiences feeling different
from when they walked in

utnabout

ARTS

WASO Carmina
Burana
7.30pm, Friday, June 19
Perth Concert Hall
The WA Symphony
Orchestra will bring Carl
Orffs Carmina Burana to
life with soloists performing
with the WASO Chorus.

A Rhythm and Blues


Variety Revue

7.30 to 11.30pm,
Saturday, June 20
Astor Theatre
The Perth Blues Clubs
12th annual memorial
showcase will support war
veterans charity Legacy.
Organised by blues legend
and PBC president Rick
Steele, the concert features
an impressive line-up of
WA entertainers.Tickets at
astortheatreperth.com

The Coming of the


Light
Artists of Darney Land
Until June 28
Mossenson Galleries, Subiaco
This exhibition of works on
paper examines the introduction and influence of
Christianity on the Torres
Strait islanders.

Nonggirrnga
Marawili exhibition

Wednesday, July 1 to 25
Seva Frangos Art,
271 Rokeby Road,
Subiaco
Nonggirrnga Marawilis
bark and larrakitj (hollow log) paintings go on
show for the first time in
WA. Marawili is one of
16 national finalists in the
2015 WA Indigenous Art
Awards.

to the show.
Its about looking at
audiences as more than
just customers, but actually
valuing what they are
going to take away from
the show, he said.
Its about more than
entertainment its about
telling stories that mean
something.
Matt will become
Barking Geckos fifth
artistic director in its
30-year history.
A graduate of the WA

Academy of Performing
Arts (WAAPA) and a
Churchill Fellow, Matt
is a highly regarded
director, performer and
arts educator with more
than 15 years experience
making theatre for young
people.
He hails from Sydney
but said he was excited to
be returning to Perth.
When I studied at
WAAPA I always said I
would like to come back to
live, he said.

I am so fond of the
company [Barking Gecko]
and this is a dream job for
me.
Matt said creating
theatre for younger
audiences came with
added responsibility and
he was keen to maintain
the companys core target
audience young people
and families.
Barking Gecko CEO
Helen Hristofski said Matt
was a brilliant storyteller
and a gifted communicator.

Matts range of
skills and experience
from working on main
stages right through to
Indigenous communities is
astonishing, she said.
His vision for Barking
Gecko and his passion
for young audiences is
inspiring and together
well turn that vision into
reality.
Matt will be part of the
companys 2015 shows,
including The Ballad of
Pondlife McGurk.

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styletime

The magic
pudding
floral

apron
KATE NELSON

If life gives you lemons,


make lemonade, the saying
goes.
However, I feel a rethink
is in order and am pushing
the merits of lemon
pudding for a winter lift.
There certainly is
something heartening
about a good, zesty pud
and I like the idea that it
is possible to delight the
family with not much more
than three eggs, a couple of
lemons and a deft hand.
I make it in a glass dish
that seems to survive every
kitchen cull despite the fact
that I use it only once or
twice a year, and only for
this recipe.
It is quite humbling to
think that modest vessels
like my six-cup capacity
pudding basin were
designed to feed large

families and were invented


long before the words
portion and control were
ever linked.
Glass entered the realms
of kitchen bake-ware
100 years ago, when the
pioneering kitchenware
company, Corning,
swapped notes with the
folks who were developing
glass that could withstand
extremes in temperatures
for coach lamps.
The heat from the inner
flames of street lighting
was known to cause
spectacular and dangerous
explosions during cold
weather and a spot of
innovation was called for.
The process of tempering
glass increased its thermal
capacity. Suddenly cooks
had a readily accessible
material that was easy to
wash and produced reliable
results. It was hailed as
somewhat of a miracle.
This months recipe keeps
alive the sentiment of the
miraculous, as it takes a

modest collection of frugal


ingredients and allows them
to separate into fluffy sponge
atop a warm silken curd.
Dont be alarmed by the
use of firmly beaten egg
whites just start with a
good clean bowl and dont
overwork the mixture.
That way it is airy and
buoyant.
And the use of a bainmarie lends such gentle

moistness to the cooking


process that you are
rewarded with a pudding
that is delicately puffed and
oozy.
This is a soothing
pudding that adds lightness
and brightness to a chilly
winters eve and makes it
well worth holding on to
a surplus baking dish that
happens to be just the right
size!

This glorious pudding separates into a light, spongy top


and tangy self-saucing goodness below. For best results,
cook as close as possible to eating and serve with lemon
wedges and thickened cream for some extra zing.

Preheat oven to 160C.


Grease a 1.5-litre ceramic
dish and set to one side.
Boil the kettle in anticipation
of the water bath the
pudding will cook in.
Cream butter with sugar
until light and fluffy, add
lemon rind and egg yolks
and beat well. Add flour
and milk alternatively to

make a smooth but runny


batter and then add lemon
juice.
In a separate clean and dry
bowl mix egg whites with a
pinch of salt until stiff and
voluminous.
Fold the beaten whites
through the lemon batter
and pour it into the
prepared dish.
Place the dish in a roasting
pan containing enough
hot water to come about
halfway up the sides of the
pudding dish.
Bake for 50 minutes or until
golden brown and firm to
the touch.

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Heaven on earth
If there is a small slice
of viticultural heaven in
Australia, it is on the
crest of a little volcanic
hill in Balnarring on the
Mornington Peninsula,
Victoria.

Lemon delicious pudding

75g butter
1 cup caster sugar
zest of one lemon
3 eggs separated
3 tbs (75g) self-raising flour
1 cups milk
cup of lemon juice (about 2
lemons)

This lemon pud will make your mouth


water and your belly warm.

Davvero Caffe e Cucina business owners are, from left,


Lorenzo Rattazzi, Cristiano Fraulini and Michael Ravi.
Photo: Billie Fairclough

True tastes of Tuscany


When Lorenzo Rattazzi
and Cristiano Fraulini told
friends and family in Italy
they planned to move to
Perth to open a restaurant
the response was always
the same.
Davvero! people would
exclaim, or really! in
English.
After two years of
preparation and trips back
and forth to Perth, the pair
have finally opened their
Italian restaurant, Davvero
Caffe e Cucina, at Floreat
Forum.
Their business partner,
Michael Ravi, is Perthborn with Italian heritage.
Lorenzo said Davvero
Caffe e Cucina was the
result of two Tuscan
families who fell in love
with Perth and then met
an Aussie with Sicilian
blood and a similar vision
[Michael].
He said Davvero Caffe
e Cucina was open for
breakfast, lunch and dinner
and served traditional
Italian food as well as some

less authentic meals to


cater for the Aussie palate.
We serve eggs for
breakfast because
Australians like savoury
breakfasts, Lorenzo said.
But I have never had
anything savoury for
breakfast in my life and I
am 47.
We make authentic
Italian pastries for those
who prefer a traditional
breakfast.
Lorenzo said many
Davvero customers had
told him their meals were
the most authentic dining
experience they had eaten
outside Italy.
The dinner menu is
complemented by an
exclusively Italian wine
list and finished with
traditional desserts,
including tiramisu and
home-made cantucci
biscotti.
Lorenzo and Cristianos
wives Elena and Cristina
designed the restaurants
modern, industrial-style
interior.

The 3.35ha Hurley


Vineyard is perched
there and it grows only
pinot noir, and what
magnificent pinot it is.
The vineyard is divided
into three distinct areas
Lodestone (1.4ha) is
north facing and is the
warmest plot, Hommage
(0.75ha) is sheltered
and north-east facing
and Garamond (1.2ha)
peers out to the east
and is the coolest of the
three.
The all-up production is
a tiny 900 dozen bottles
of stunning pinot noir.
When nature is kind, the
three vineyard wines are
bottled individually and
when things are a little
dodgy, as they were in
the cool and wet 2011
vintage, the wine is
declassified and blended
from the three tiny plots
to make an Estate wine.
It was this Estate wine
that first attracted us
to Hurley Vineyard;
the individual vineyard
wines, tasted since, are
sensational and top gold
medal standard.
The winemaking is
exemplary. The grapes
are destalked, cooled
and soaked for up to
five days in open-top
vats before fermentation
by natural yeasts. The
wine is macerated
post-fermentation
before being basket
pressed and matured
in French oak and then
bottled without fining or

filtration.
Hurley Vineyard
releases elegant, yet
powerful wines, with
enormous length. They
may appear to be
expensive, but when
compared to exalted
imported pinots, they
are bargain prices.
If you find the wines
difficult to source, ring
Perth supplier Michael
on 0416 932 218 for
advice.
Hurley Vineyard
2011 Pinot Noir
Estate
Light red brick
in colour, the
wine is stylish
with sour cherry
and strawberry
combined with
spice and oak
and it lingers
long to a cleansing, dry
finish. Great effort from
this difficult vintage. Try
with barbecued quail.
Cork seal.
Score 17.5 $46
Hurley Vineyard 2012 Pinot
Noir Hommage
Mid garnet, this is
funky with sweaty
leather, morello cherry
and smoked almond
on the nose and the
palate is seductively
long and creamy with
a crescendo of briary
berry flavour on the
finish. A knockout wine,
absolutely brilliant!
Serve with duck rillette
and sliced apple. Cork
seal.
Score 19.0 $63

Rod Properjohn for


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TIMEOUT

movietime

Never too grown


up to colour-in
DAVID COHEN

Six very different paths all lead to the same place in the film, Walking the Camino.

Taking a long walk with fate


represented in a more
pragmatic documentary
approach and moves at a
slightly brisker pace across
its 84-minute running time.
Lydia B. Smiths
Walking the Camino: Six
Ways to Santiago tracks
six pilgrims, both secular
and religious, as they
make their way along the
Caminos most popular
route from St Jean Pied de
Port in France westward
across the northern
Spanish Iberian peninsula
to the Cathedral of
Santiago de Compostela.
Among them is Wayne,
a 65-year-old Canadian
widower who is walking

Walking the Camino:


Six Ways to Santiago
(PG)

REVIEW: PIER LEACH

In 2011, Emilio Estevez


directed his father Martin
Sheen in The Way, a film
about a grieving father
who, after retrieving his
dead sons remains in
France, decides to walk
the 800km Camino de
Santiago.
It was an uneven,
gently contemplative and
eventually worthwhile
drama about soul-searching
on the ancient Catholic
pilgrimage. Here it is

cinema

REWIND

What the critics are saying


Entourage (MA15+)

Sometimes funny, often dumb, with equal doses of


inside-baseball references and broad bro-ish boorishness,
Entourage will be loved by fans and despised by
detractors, possibly for the same reasons, says Variety.
The NY Times goes further: You could accuse it of
glamorising the shallow hedonism it depicts, but that
charge would only stick if the movie had any genuine flair,
romance or imagination.

Strangerland (MA15+)

Its easy to see why [Nicole] Kidman chose this project


to return to her native soil she delivers another rocksolid performance. But the way that her fragile and needy
character, someone desperate for human contact and
warmth even before her offspring go missing, is embedded
in the narrative leaves too much unsaid about her
psychological makeup to turn the film into a true character
piece, says the Hollywood Reporter. The Guardian
reckons Kim Farrants feature debut is a heavy-handed
and at times perplexing drama.

The Emperors New Clothes (M)

[Michael] Winterbottom has managed to mould [Russell]


Brands scatterbrain thinking and tedious, polysyllabic
rhetoric into a film which, on more than a few occasions,
is surprisingly thought-provoking, says the UKs Daily
Telegraph. The Guardians compliment is less backhanded:
[Brand and Winterbottom] have come up with a funny,
boisterous attack on the dishonesty and mediocrity of
Britains new plutocrat classes and the politicians who
created them.

Average star ratings

An Portuguese adventurer flipped


the coin between learning to kite
surf and walking the Camino.

to honour the memory of


his wife. There is Sam, a
30-something depressed
British-Brazilian woman,
and Tomas, an athletic
young Portuguese
adventurer who flipped the
coin between learning to
kite surf and walking the
Camino.
There is also a middleaged American woman
named Annie, who is on
a spiritual quest, a young
French mother who,
motivated by her devotion
to god, pushes her threeyear-old son in a pram,
and a fast-walking young
Danish woman who finds
an unlikely romance on the
trek.
Smiths theory seems
to be that whatever
the motivations of the
hikers, whether they are
following the centuries-old
pilgrimage on religious
grounds, trying to redirect
their lives, or simply aiming
for an intense month-

long physical challenge,


all come away enriched
and changed in ways they
couldnt have anticipated.
The beautifully filmed
documentary of course
makes the most of the
breathtaking landscape. It
also makes sure to include
the catalogue of ailments
that plague most pilgrims
even, surprisingly, the
youngest and fittest.
It isnt a trekking
film with the dramatic
momentum of say, JeanMarc Vallees 2014 film
Wild, in which Reese
Witherspoon hiked a
section of the Pacific
Crest Trail in search of
redemption.
But it offers an inspiring
insight into an everpopular, transformative
trek that must rank among
the most beautiful in the
world and just why
so many people of all
backgrounds and belief
systems are drawn to it.

Starstruck Susan
Susan Blennerhassett

of Blennerhassett Fine
Jewellers in Nedlands
competed against 300
entrants from 35 countries
to win second place in the
Saul Bell Design Award
gold category in the US.
The earrings she
designed and crafted, called
Starstruck, took more than
300 hours to create and
used 1046 diamonds. They
are articulated and rotate
360 degrees so they can be
viewed from every angle
without interrupting their
aesthetic beauty.
Susan said: I wanted

to create something that


would make an outfit, not
just complement it. My aim
was to design a pair of earrings that would steal the
show on the red carpet.
The award was
announced last weekend
in Albuquerque, New
Mexico.
Blennerhassett Fine
Jewellers is a family business that has been operating for 28 years and is run
by husband and wife John
and Susan Blennerhassett.
Susan is the jeweller and
designer and John is the
business director.

Thousands of
adults want to spend
time colouring-in The
Secret Garden and The
Enchanted Forest.
Booksellers like Emily
Paull cannot get enough
copies of these books by
Johanna Basford, and
other adult colouring-in
adventures.
The Secret Garden
was Johannas first book
and came out about a year
ago, said Emily, who
works at Swanbournes
Bookcaffe.
It appeared on bestseller lists in March and
we cant keep enough in
stock.
The Enchanted Forest
was published earlier this
year and also flies off the
shelves.
Weve also had The
Mindfulness Colouring
Book by Emma Farrarons,
but that sold out, Emily
said.
Publishers are rushing
to cash in on the adult
colouring-in craze.
As well as books there
are packs of 20 postcards
that can be mailed once
filled in.
People say they are good
for anxiety, or help with

being mindful, Emily said.


They say they take a
conference call at work and
they colour-in to help their
concentration, instead of
thinking what they need to
buy for dinner.
People have short
attention spans, and I think
the books help with that.
Others feel they are
doing something really
indulgent, and that theyve
been given permission to
do a child-like activity.
Some books are
small enough to keep in
handbags so people can
work on them while on the
train to work.
The difference between
adult and childrens
colouring-in books was
detail, Emily said.
The adult versions are
very intricate, she said.
The Enchanted Forest
has quests, where youre
challenged to find things.
Millie Marottas book
has beautiful birds, and
there are books with
mandalas.
Emily said she hoped to
look into the shops cafe
soon and see everyone
colouring-in.
That would be lovely,
she said. I cant draw to
save my life, but it feels
really good to do this.

Bookseller Emily Paull gets mindful with coloured pencils.

PerthStudioPotters
at the

BurtstreetGallery
Exhibition
of
Contemporary
Ceramics
1 Burt St, Cottesloe
Saturday and Sunday
10am-4pm

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Community news

Christmas
in July gala
for people
in need

Storytelling
spans a
nation
Storyteller extraordinaire
Glenn Swift mesmerised
children from Freshwater Bay
Primary School with his reading of The Brothers Quibble
by Aaron Blabey.
In Claremont, Glenn brought
to life the picture book about
love and war as the same
book was read to children all
around Australia for National
Simultaneous Storytime.
Year 1 and 2 students from
Freshwater Bay walked to
Claremont Quarter to be part
of the event.
They loved his hilarious
joke-telling and his imaginative
storytelling.
Simultaneous Storytime was
supported by Hawaiian and
organised by the Claremont
community library and librarian Carol Willox.

As its first ever gala fundraiser, UnitingCare West will


hold a gala dinner dance in the
Government House Ballroom
for Christmas in July.

Storyteller Glenn Swift and a book by Aaron Blabey captured the imaginations of Freshwater Bay primary
students.

WA people may identify soldiers in WWI exhibit


It is hoped that Perth people
will be able to identify some of
the soldiers pictured in a collection of black-and-white photos
from World War I on show at
the WA Museum in Perth.
The Australian War Memorial
in Canberra has put together
the travelling exhibition titled
Remember Me: The lost diggers
of Vignacourt.
WA Museum CEO Alec Coles
said the 80 photographs represented one of the most important and recent discoveries of
material from World War I.

The photos are part of the


Louis and Antoinette Thuillier
Collection, rediscovered in 2011
after sitting undisturbed for
nearly 100 years in the attic of
a farmhouse in the French village of Vignacourt.
The soldiers in them were
photographed by an enterprising husband-and-wife team,
Louis and Antoinette Thuillier,
who had set up a makeshift studio in their stable yard, just off
the main street of Vignacourt.
The images were printed on
to postcards the soldiers sent

to loved ones back home, a


treasured link to family amid
the horrors of war.
Mr Coles said:This is the
first time this exhibition will
be displayed in WA and the
Australian War Memorial is
providing six photographs of
unidentified soldiers in WA
regimental uniform, not previously displayed in any other
exhibition.
A very important function
of this exhibition is to encourage people to help identify
these unknown soldiers who

had their photographs taken to


send home to their families as
postcards, but never had their
names recorded against the
original glass plates.
It would be wonderful if visitors to our exhibition are able to
make that, as yet, still to be discovered family connection.
The exhibition features prints
of 80 of the more than 800 glassplate negatives which were
donated to the War Memorial
by Kerry Stokes in 2012.
The exhibition will be on display in Perth until August 30.

Proceeds will help people


in need in the WA community
this winter.
WAs Governor, Kerry
Sanderson, is the patron for
the evening, which is on Friday,
July 24.
The evening will include a
three-course sit-down dinner accompanied by a choice of wines
as well as entertainment by the
Humphrey Dance Studio and the
17-piece Metro Big Band.
Guests are encouraged to put
on their dancing shoes and to
head along with generous hearts
for the nights charity auction.
Up for auction will be a weekend stay at Perths new The
Treasury luxury boutique hotel,
lunch in the Parliament House
dining room, paintings by Perth
artists and more.
The dinner dance will be
from 6.30pm to midnight and
costs $175 per person, $1700
for a table of 10 and $2500 for a
sponsored table.
To book tickets or enquire
about sponsorship opportunities, call Sri Kesavarapu on
9355 9114.

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Reviews by JULIE BAILEY and BEN DINEENDICKINSON

CHANGING HANDS

H I D E AWAY S

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NORTH FREMANTLE

$299,000
53/21 Harvest Road
Ocean and harbour views for
this price? Were not kidding
this funky beach pad has one
bedroom and one bathroom.
AGENT: Nathan Hewitt,
Yard Property.

Its just 15 steps to the river, and only a few more to the private boat pen.

Auction June 13, 10.30am

Serene living on the rivers edge

1 Binns Court
Bidding will kick off at $1.1million for this architect-designed
home with four bedrooms,
three bathrooms and a cellar.
AGENTS: Simon McGrath and
John Hunter, Abel McGrath.

$1,395,000
39 Foundry Court
A price drop makes this twostorey home, in a quiet cul-desac, even more attractive.
AGENTS: Kevin Dodd and
Georgia Dodd, Olifents.

FAST FACTS

Median North Fremantle


house price: $1,310,000.
Properties for sale: 52

3
2

17/1 Corkhill Street


NORTH FREMANTLE
Oers by June 15
Space Real Estate

he river is glittering in
the afternoon sun as
selling agent Alex Blain
starts pacing from the
apartments front gate.
He is measuring how
close the property is to
the river but a problem
arises.
He makes it just 12 steps
before he encounters a
sandy thicket of bushes
that threaten to snag on his
professional attire.
Lets round it out to 15,
he jokes.
If you dont fancy a walk
through the scrub, you
can take a stroll along the
private jetty next to the
boat pen.
The river is mine, basically, the owner says.

The river is mine, basically


Its more than just river
views: youre on the rivers
edge.
When you are relaxing
on the ground-floor alfresco
patio, it is easy to see what
she means.
The covered area opens
to a small lawn, which is
bordered by a limestone
retaining wall that drops
down to a public path.
The effect is similar to
an infinity pool unimpeded views of the river and a
strong connection to it.
You would expect an
apartment with such a
desirable location to have
a top-notch interior, but
this ground-floor home
still manages to exceed
expectations.
Beautiful marri floorboards flow throughout
the main living area, using
their natural texture to

lend a sense of authenticity


to the design.
A partition wall breaks
the lines of sight in the living area, but it remains one
interconnected space.
On one side youll find
a spacious lounge, on the
other a modern kitchen
with composite stone
benchtops, high-end appliances and a big pantry.
It is only a few steps
from here to the main
suite, where a short corridor connects the bedroom
with a walk-in robe and a
luxurious ensuite.
Floor-to-ceiling windows
offer incredible river views
from the bed, and plenty of
natural light.
The other two bedrooms
face the complexs internal
courtyard, which is full of
lush foliage maintained by
a live-in caretaker.

A big corner window oers impressive views from the


main bedroom.

The Moorings complex is complemented by plenty of


greenery.

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June 13, 11am

NORTH
FREMANTLE
8 Hicks Street

The designer managed to


pack a lot into this threebedroom house with a
plunge pool.
AGENTS: Stefanie Dobro and
Michael Harries, Caporn
Young.

June 13, noon

CITY BEACH
40 and 42 Dampier
Avenue

Cambridge council is selling


two big blocks, one of which
is a 976sq.m corner site.
AGENTS: Matt McWaters
and Jeff Wright, Wright Real
Estate.

14 Lynton Street
SWANBOURNE
High $2millions
Anderson Davies

4
2
2

arrow streets might get poor


marks from drivers, but they
are a dream to live on.
Quiet Lynton Street is one
of those addresses even a local
might not have heard of, because
unless youre visiting someone
who lives there youd never pass
through it.
It is tucked away in a small
residential cluster just south of
Campbell Barracks and it complements its peaceful location
with plenty of street trees.
Your children could play
street cricket without much
interruption if you could tear
them away from the bevy of
attractions inside this Gerard
McCann-designed home.
The North Fremantle-based
architect worked with Humphrey
Builders to make the most of the
532sq.m corner block, delivering 520sq.m of space, plenty of
natural light and privacy.
Three spacious floors each
serve a distinct purpose with
the same sense of style.
The ground floor is the social
hub with a big open-plan living
area, slick, modern kitchen and
an outdoor entertaining space.
Features of the high-spec
kitchen are Caesarstone benches,
Ilve appliances, glass splashbacks
and a well-equipped scullery.
Huge glass sliding doors open
to an east-facing alfresco deck,

The corner block enjoys plenty of open space to the north, allowing natural light to stream in over the pool.
which is protected from blustery
westerlies while still enjoying
the northern light that streams
in over the pool.
The bedrooms are light filled
and well appointed, but the main
suite is a cut above with a walkin robe, luxurious ensuite and
expansive street views.
The basement has a cellar, plus
a big games room that could also
serve as a home theatre or gym.
The selling agent is Mark
Anderson, of Anderson
Davies Real Estate.

FAST FACTS

Median Swanbourne
house price: $1,518,500.
Properties for sale: 53

June 20, noon

CITY BEACH
5 Baramba Road

Wine tastings in the cellar,


movies in the media room
and barbecues on the
terrace are on offer in this
resort-style home.

Sleek surfaces and glossy cabinets are part of the decor in the upmarket kitchen.

Oceans of views and privacy too


4
3

AGENT: Christopher Dee,


Realmark West.

S
This family home, on a 364sq.m corner block, is not far from Sea View
Golf Club and a stones throw from the beach.

3/8 Avonmore
Terrace
COTTESLOE
From $4million
Port Realty

pectacular views of Fremantle,


Rottnest and Cottesloe Beach
greet you from the first-floor of
this two-storey, limestone home
on an elevated corner block just

June 20, noon

MT CLAREMONT
12 Grove End Ridge

A gas-heated pool with jet


streams is among the features of this well-presented
home on 885sq.m.
AGENT: Jody Fewster, Acton
Cottesloe.

A wall of windows frames the


horizon like a piece of art
Granite benchtops and Miele appliances beckon you to cook up a masterpiece.

300m from the ocean.


Riverstone Custom Home
Builders has used exposed limestone walls in the entry to complement the timber staircase.
Outside, high limestone walls
create a private and peaceful
shaded courtyard, complete with
a shower.
On the ground floor, three
minor bedrooms all with builtin robes and ocean glimpses
share a sleek, white bathroom.
There is a second living area
with access to the courtyard and
a front lawn with plenty of room
for children to play.
The kitchen and dining area
take pride of place on the first
floor. The limestone balcony is
ideal for entertaining family
and friends. Its glass balustrade
ensures the breathtaking view
is seamlessly incorporated into
the home.
Among the extras are Issey
sunshades and an open gas fireplace in the living area.
The block is 364sq.m. Selling
agent is Stephen Potter, of Port
Realty.
STEPHANIE McGANN

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Office swings with Freo


vibe

Free to good home: Gosnells parish


church.

Church free to a good


home
Looking to start your own church?
Father Patrick Lim, of the Gosnells
parish may be able to help you.
Tell everyone there is a Chinese
priest giving away a free church,
Father Lim told the WA Catholic
newspaper, The Record, last
week. The 98-year-old wooden
building is sitting in the grounds
of St Munchins Primary School in
Gosnells, where it recently has been
used as a scout hall. It already has
been moved twice first from its
original site in Albany Highway to
a plot behind a new church, then
again to St Munchins. It is our
original church and it has a lot of
character and history, said Father
Lim, who wants to save the building
from demolition. The building has
been a special part of our parishs
life and it would be great if it could
continue to be of use to someone.
For more details, phone the Gosnells
parish on 9398 2331 or email:
secretary@gosnellsparish.org.au.

Thick ropes hanging from the ceiling


and a shipping container painted
electric blue are among the cool
features of Caporn Youngs new
Fremantle office. Designer Sam
Payne, of Payne Designs, was given
free rein in the cutting-edge office
at 19-21 Victoria Street. They said
just do your thing, Mr Payne said.
Richard Young and Steve Currie
put a lot of faith in me. Recycled
and raw materials give the former
warehouse a Freo vibe without
being grungy. There are plans
to build a roof garden above the
modified shipping container in
the reception area. One question
springs to mind: Does anyone swing
from the rope? Im not there after
hours so I wouldnt know, Mr
Payne said. CEO Mr Young said
more than $2.5million had gone on
buying and renovating the building,
which had a futuristic ambience
yet still captured the essence of its
historic surroundings.

Auctions hammered
It was another lacklustre weekend
on the auction front, with two out of
seven properties selling under the
hammer. The results were:
City Beach: 8 Dorking Road was
sold after the auction for $1.7million
by Kate Frichot, of Caporn Young.
Cottesloe: 8A Avonmore Terrace
was sold for $1.25million. Two

It looks like an uber-chic hotel or design rm but its Caporn Youngs new $2.5million oce in Freo.
bidders competed for the townhouse
on its 255sq.m block, according to
Bev Heymans, of Acton Cottesloe.
3 Gordon Street was passed in
for $2.25million by Christopher Dee
and Lachlan Sinclair, of Realmark
West. The architect-designed home
is priced from $2.3million.
Floreat: 11 Lovegrove Close was
sold before auction for $1,305,000
by Cam Greig, of One Agency
West Coast. Mr Greig had two other
auctions in Floreat.
23 Lovegrove Close was passed
in for $1,475,000, and is priced at
$1,575,000.
5 Whitfield Street was sold for
$1,075,000, after bidding kicked
off at $800,000.
Mosman Park: 1 Sheila Street was
passed in for $1.55million. There
was one bidder for the home on
the 1017sq.m block, Caporn Young
agents Peter Doyle and Justin
Wallace said.

4 Derry Lane: was passed in


for $800,000. Vynka Malone, of
Caporn Young, said the 515sq.m
property was priced from $950,000.
Shenton Park: 21 Arthur Street was
passed in for $1.75million. Oonagh
Lisle, of Caporn Young, said there
were two bidders for the renovated
character home, which was now
priced at $1,995,000.
West Perth: 66/34 Kings Park Road
was passed in for $750,000 by
Matthew Jones, of Acton Cottesloe.

Living the high life


Sometimes all you need is 20
seconds of insane courage, said
Matt Damons character Benjamin
Mee in his 2011 film, We Bought
A Zoo. Its not clear whether US
treehouse builder Foster Huntington
is insane or just courageous, but he
certainly isnt boring. The 27-yearold used to work at Ralph Lauren in
New York doing concept design for

upcoming collections, but packed


it all in just years out of college to
build the treehouse of his dreams in
Washougal, Washington. Actually,
he built two treehouses. The first,
known as the Octagon, is his home,
while the second is his workplace.
The two, built by Mr Huntington
and his friends, are connected by a
swinging rope bridge and a ladder.
Huntington is working on a book
about the project, which he hopes
will finance his lifestyle. To find out
more about the project, read Escape
to Bro-Topia on the New York Times
website.

Foster Huntingtons treehouse.

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Many of us think were experts in
the art of buying real estate.
Buy at the bottom and sell at
the top; aim for the worst house
in the best street; buy close to
transport and infrastructure; theres
a seemingly endless list of must
dos when it comes to property
purchasing.
However, in reality, few are able
to truly separate emotion from
economics when it comes to
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Leading Perth property consultant
and serial property developer and
investor, Michelle Kerr, shares
her top 10 buying secrets to help
guide potential buyers through the
property purchase maze.

Even if you dont have kids it


can really affect the value of your
home.

car, you need to get a property


thoroughly inspected before you
decide to sign on the bottom line.

Ms Kerr says settling on what to


offer once youve found your target
property is a lot more complex than
it may at first appear.

She says many people baulk at the


cost of a building inspector when
buying a home only to find out later
that they are up for thousands of
dollars in unforeseen repairs.

She says it should be based on


two things: what you can afford
and what you really believe the
property is worth.
Make a fair and reasonable offer
first up and one that isnt going to
totally offend the seller, Ms Kerr
advises.
Do your research and see what
other homes in the neighbourhood
have sold for, as well as looking at
what is currently on the market.

Her first tip for those searching for


the perfect home is to research the
neighbourhood you wish to live in.

One of Ms Kerrs most important


rules when it comes to buying
property is never to fall in love.

Get the lay of the land by dropping


by morning noon and night well
before you find out your perfect
home isnt actually in the perfect
area for you, Ms Kerr advises.

Investing based on emotions is


just going to break your heart, she
advises.

Find out how far away the nearest


shops and other services are and
also the schools in your area.

If you fall in love with something


and ignore advice you may end up
making some really poor financial
decisions.
Ms Kerr says like buying a new

Similarly she says many buyers


forget to factor in all the other
costs that come on top of the
purchase price when setting
themselves a property budget.

The largest, most expensive house


will only appeal to a small audience
when it comes to reselling, she
adds.
Other tips she always shares with
her buyers are never try to predict
market conditions, check local
conditions and regulations and
have your finances in order well in
advance.

Know your agent


As principal and licensee Carmel Gardiner
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The difference between home


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hidden costs involved, she says.
As well as mortgage payments,
you need to be aware of expenses
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rates as well as repairs and
maintenance when deciding what
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Ms Kerr says when buying a
property that will be both a home
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isnt always better.

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DALKEITH
18A Dalkeith Road
This 2008 Webb and BrownNeaves home was attractive
to buyers looking for a lockup-and-leave on a compact
block.
AGENT: Tonia McNeilly,
TM Residential.

The backyard is practically made for a lavish garden party.

$2.85million
FLOREAT
24 Dunblane Road
Architect Steve Patterson
designed this contemporary
home with four bedrooms
and three bathrooms.
AGENT: Emily Hiskins,
Space Real Estate.

$5.83million
MOSMAN PARK
31 Owston Street
If you missed out on buying
this glamorous home, dont
despair because its available for rent at $3500 a week.
AGENT: Peter Burns,
Mack Hall.

Sprawling home oozes character


4
4
2

26 Thomas Street
NEDLANDS
Auction 11am
June 27
Mack Hall

n amateur might be fooled


into thinking this is a renovated federation home, but the
main hall is a dead giveaway.
It is far too wide to be from the
federation era, and the gleaming
Tasmanian oak floors are too
pristine.
Oh well.
The disappointments continue
in the adjoining formal lounge,
where a historically inaccurate gas
stone fire keeps you warm while
natural light streams in through
elegant timber shutters, which
werent even popular then.
What a shame.
But seriously, this sprawling
character home on a 1012sq.m
block does an excellent job of
recreating character themes
while facilitating a comfortable
modern lifestyle.
The proportions are probably the single most noticeable
feature from the high ceilings,
to the wide doorways to the oversized grand staircase.

The ground floor is a flowing


social hub, mixing formal and
informal areas to provide spaces
for every occasion.
A long, open-plan space at the
back incorporates the main living area and the kitchen, both of
which are well appointed.
In the kitchen, big timber
cabinets frame the area while a
stone island counter offers plenty
of preparation space.
Glass bi-fold doors open to
a covered alfresco area, which
features an outdoor kitchen and
overlooks the pool.
Head up the stairs and you
will arrive at a carpeted living
area that branches off to three
bedrooms.
Both minor bedrooms include
a walk-in robe and a small
ensuite, while the main suite
features a full-size dressing room
and a more luxurious bathroom
with a double vanity.
The selling agent is Murray
Peter, of Mack Hall.

Recessed ceilings and elegant cornices sell the theme in the sitting room.

FAST FACTS

Median Nedlands house


price: $1.6million.
Properties for sale: 52

A wide hall opens to formal rooms at the front and an informal living
area at the back.

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Lot 16 Sheoak Drive


Sorry, but the cute kangaroo
is not included in the sale
of this 0.4ha property with
shiraz vines.
AGENT: Chris Ayers, Acton
South West.

Steel-framed windows look out to the light-filled courtyard.

Stylish pad for under $600k

Offers from $1million

BINDOON

5/150 Cambridge
Street
WEST LEEDERVILLE
From $569,000
Beaufort Realty

Its a quintessential
inner-city pad with
a few creature
comforts.

his spacious townhouses


address may be busy
Cambridge Street but it actually fronts the much quieter
Souter Lane.
It complements its sheltered but convenient location with a stylish but simple
interior design, blending
timber floors with clean,
white walls and polished
concrete stairs.
Its a quintessential innercity pad with a few creature
comforts.
For starters, the wellequipped kitchen is big
enough to service a much
larger home or perhaps
just a few social functions
in this one.
Floor-to-ceiling panelled
windows with black steel
frames connect the lightfilled courtyard to the main
living area.

After entertaining visitors


in the roomy downstairs
living area, you can retreat
upstairs to the bedroom
suite.
First, youll arrive at a
carpeted study that could
also be used as a library or
a sitting area.
A big, sliding door opens
to the bedroom, which occupies a mezzanine that shares
the steel-frame window.
The functional bathroom
next door has a shower and
bath combo and a single
vanity.
The selling agent is Donna
Buckovska, of Beaufort
Realty.

81 Settlement Road
The owners are giving
potential buyers a chance
to lease the 13.3ha property
before they sign on the dotted line.
AGENT: Craig Hyne, Country
Values Real Estate.

$2,695,000

MARGARET
RIVER
Lot 5 Caves Road

Two creeks, including Ellen


Brook, traverse this 58ha
block, which the agent
described as the jewel in the
crown of Margaret River.
AGENT: David Cross, JMW
Real Estate.

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Timber floors help make the living area an upmarket space for entertaining.

FAST FACTS

Median West Leederville


house price: $1,082,500.
Properties for sale: 34

There is room for a barbecue in this West Leederville townhouse.

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Medical Associations WA president, Michael


Gannon, said immunisation rates in the
western suburbs were worryingly low.
According to figures from the Australian
Childhood Immunisation Register, Cottesloe
and Peppermint Grove had the lowest level
of child vaccinations in the western suburbs,
with 82.6% of five-year-olds immunised,
followed by Nedlands (86.2%), Leederville
(88%), Shenton Park (88.7%), Mt Claremont
(88.9%) and Mosman Park (89.1%).
They were all below the national performance benchmark of 90% and even
lower than in the Pilbara.
MLC told parents immunisation against
diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough) was available at the Central
Immunisation Clinic in Rheola Street,
West Perth, or from any GP.
The Health Departments next free
immunisation clinic for children will
be at the Grove community centre from
9.30am to 12.30pm on Monday, July 1.
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Director general of the Department for Child Protection and Family Support Emma White, left,
Fran McGrath and Social Worker of the Year patron Jan Stewart at the awards with Mental Health
Minister Helen Morton.

Fran our top social worker

Graylands Hospitals
neuroscience unit social
worker Fran McGrath has
been named this years WA
Social Worker of the Year at
the sixth annual awards.
Fran also won the Head,
Heart and Hands award,
sponsored by Department for
Child Protection and Family
Support, which recognises
her lifetime achievements
as an outstanding social
worker.
Fran said she felt humbled
and honoured to be recog-

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nised by her peer group, and


that she had never tired of
social work.
Fran has worked as a senior social worker at the neuroscience unit for more than
23 years and has a great deal
of expertise in working with
patients with Huntingtons
disease and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Another winner was WA
Health Alcohol and Other
Drugs counsellor Leanne
Mirrabella, who won the
Agent of Change award in

recognition of her tireless


work to support the implementation of peer services
across the Alcohol and Other
Drugs and Mental Health
sectors.
Princess Margaret Hospital
social worker Kat Broad won
the Rising Star, given to a
recently graduated social
worker.
In her nomination Kat was
described as an empowering
woman who ensured people
made the smart choices for
themselves during trauma.

Subi siders say no to takeover


From page 9

Stirling Highway, The Avenue


and Winthrop Avenue were
also surveyed.
Subiaco ordered the survey after Nedlands MP Bill
Marmion questioned the
findings of a community
survey that found 97% of locals wanted to remain with
Subiaco.
That survey was carried out
by the Hands off Subiaco group
made up of residents from
the South ward (Pressure on
to stop Hollywood takeover,
POST, May 9) which they say
Mr Marmion asked them to
carry out.
Armed with the Catalyse
survey results, Subiaco mayor
Heather Henderson said she
would be writing to the Local
Government Minister, Tony
Simpson.
The legislation was announced without any consultation with the community and
without any intention to seek
feedback from the affected

residents or, indeed, the opportunity to have a poll, Mrs


Henderson said.
The voice of the community
is loud and the bottom line is
that the proposed changes do
not represent the best interests of residents.
We are committed to
remaining a separate and
sustainable council, and will
continue to advocate for the
voice of the community to
protect the City of Subiaco.
Mrs Henderson will continue to lobby MPs.

Hollywood residents Anna


Vanderbom and Jane Boxall
and Vincent man and council
cull objector Ian Kerr met
with Opposition local government spokesman David
Templeman earlier this
week to discuss the City of
Perth Bill.
Mrs Vanderbom said it
was a good meeting and Mr
Templeman seemed to understand and support their
concerns.
He was on our wavelength
with our issues, she said.

Lawyers get Taj deadline


From page 7
in limbo because of interest
from the Australian Taxation
Office, a freezing order on
the property, action over the
mortgage and other matters
in Victorias Supreme Court.
He said Mrs Oswal would not
want to finish the building if
the ATO got it.
He said it could be up to

nine months before the other


matters were resolved.
Mr Spillane said: Im not
going to leave it in stasis until
March or April next year.
This has gone on for some
time and been an issue for
several years.
The council wants movement. The movement they
want is downward.

It is not known if the extra


mediations are the result of
a presentation at the first
session, last month, by the
Catherine Street residents,
a lawyer and another officer
from the Heritage Council
of WA.
Mediation talks are held
behind closed doors between
the developer, council, DAP
and other parties such as
the Catherine Street residents
who could be affected by the
new high-rise building.
If the parties cannot agree
to mediation it could go to a
full hearing which is normally open to the public or
the developer has the option
to drop the challenge.
The tribunal member
asked if the mediation should
be held in the tribunals offices in St Georges Terrace
in the CBD or at the Pavilion
market site.
Here, your honour, Mr
McQueen answered. Its
mainly technical matters that
dont require a view.
Site visits are seen as an
opportunity for all the parties involved to look at the
problem in a fresh light.
Subigate, the DAP and
Subiaco council would not
tell neighbours of the proposed high rise or the POST
what conditions were being
challenged.
Catherine Street resident
Ines Janca representing
all her neighbours has
written to the SAT, DAP and
Planning Minister John Day
protesting at their exclusion.
As well as the planned
16-storey high-rise, a number
of other large developments
including an eight-storey
office block and a ninestorey apartment complex
could be built close to the
Catherine Street heritage
homes.
If the same procedures
[as Subigate] are followed we
have absolutely no chance of
surviving the development in
our original structural state
and no guarantee anyone
will cover for the repairs,
Ms Janca said in a letter
this week to the planning
authorities.

DHA: Well never surrender site


From page 11

0413 515 190

DALKEITH

From page 5

The village homes big


backyards will go under the
plan.
We still intend to provide
a backyard experience, Tom
Cummins, the DHA national
development program director, said.
Project manager James
Wallace said 425sq.m would
be the average size of a new
block.
A four-bedroom singlestorey house would have a
100sq.m backyard, he said.
A double-storey house
would have a 150sq.m garden.
Mr Cummins said a set of
housing standards had been
laid down to apply across the
country when Defence was
having difficulty retaining
personnel because of the
standard of some housing.
He said there were specifications for a myriad of
requirements, such as the

amount of kitchen benchtop


space and the width of wardrobes to cater for the wide
shoulders of soldiers dress
uniforms.
He said if families said
they would rather have a bigger garden than an ensuite
bathroom, it could be difficult
because of the specifications
laid down.
We could not provide
20 different solutions, he
said.
Mr Dietz said families had
been assured the village childcare centre would not close
until a new one was built.
If families opted to move
out of the village during
construction work, he expected they would be accommodated in nearby suburbs
and there would not be long
journeys to the childcare
centre.
He said the question of how
much rent would be available would be for Defence,
not DHA.
Mr Cummins said develop-

ment on the lots to be sold


would be controlled by a
covenant and design guidelines.
He said they would ensure
they could be changed with-

out reference to the Defence


Minister.
Mr Wallace said the guidelines would not be drawn up
until the results of the security
audit were known.

Families need local support


From page 11

It is important when you


dont have family near, to have
people around you who know
what it is like, she said.
It is unfair on the defence
families and does not make
sense to break up this community and increase security
risks, by subdividing and selling off land within Seaward
Village for a civilian housing
development.
Defence families are an integral part of the Swanbourne
community and we all have
a great deal of empathy for
these families as a community we have friends living
in Seaward Village and our
kids go to school with SAS

families.
Quite apart from the huge
security risks involved in
selling off civilian houses
on the Seaward Village land,
the sense of community and
support that is present within
the village would be severely
damaged by a development
such as this.
Ms Horley said Mr Barnett
was aware of the concerns.
He was very aware of the
concerns within the community and very supportive
of the safety and well-being
of the defence families, she
said.
Other families in the area
were also worried about
preservation of the bush and
traffic, she said.

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renovations and building works,
demolition, wall removals and space
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All works guaranteed and carried out by
qualied trades. References upon request.
For a quote please call
Ian Brickelbank

BRICKLAYING

Phone Gary

david@bastilledevelopments.com.au
www.bastillehomes.com.au

STOP LEAKING
SHOWER

Bathroom Renovation
Regrouting
Pensioners discount
30 years experience
12 years warranty

9329 9700 0403 774 303

LYNX BOBCAT
& TRUCK HIRE
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EXCLUSIVELY
DESIGNED BATHROOMS
Professional Experienced
Team for both commercial and
residential renovations

0419 771 323

JBS Bookkeeping
Cert. IV Bookkeeping

Property
Maintenance
est 1997

Bricklaying Division
BBQs
Letterboxes
Retaining Walls
Stone Work
Plastering
Insurance Work

PH MARK NEWBOLD

0400 565 545


31 yrs exp
FREE QUOTES

KEARLEY
BRICKLAYING
All aspects of bricklaying
Limestone
Insurance Work
Owner builder Service

Mark 0432 260 011

VOKING

QUALITY TRADESMAN
WITH 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
ALL ASPECTS OF BRICKWORK.
NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
Proof of Trades Certificate Supplied
FREE QUOTES

Call Steve 0429 301 652


or Sam 0404 256 747

Fifteen years experience offering


one off catch up or regular service

BRICK PAVING

ABN 82921458364

Contact

Jeff 0407 130 921

Assets Mobile
Bookkeeping
MYOB, Xero, 15 years experience.
ATO certified bookkeeper.
Online BAS Agent.
Your requirements met,
Cloud or desktop

Kat 0414 742 352

Mini Bobcat Service,


Landscaping, Paving,
Retaining Walls, Reticulation

Ph: 9207 3501


Mob: 0419 858 247
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JANSENS BRICKPAVING
& LIMESTONE SERVICE
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JOHNS BRICKPAVING
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PAVING - Driveways patios
and garden paths
LIMESTONE GARDEN WALLS
14 Gloster Street, Subiaco

Tel. 9381 7094


7 Forrest Street Subiaco
BUILDING AUSTRALIAS
HERITAGE
neb@bigpond.net.au

Western
Suburbs
Wall removal specialist with
licensed Electrical contractor
EC008431 on hand.
WILL BEAT ANY WRITTEN
CONTRACT.
20% discount for pensioners.
30 years exp in building
industry
PETER

0433 969 639

044 97 88 778

Increased home energy


efciency = Lower bills, more
comfort & higher resale values
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Perth Central Maintenance


WE DO IT ALL

Residential - Commercial
27 years Experience
Personal Service
Call Louis

0416 096 071

Est 1972 1st Class Work

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OKQuotes.
Ph Mike 0407

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PAVEWEST
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
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COMPETITIVE RATES
NO JOB TOO SMALL

0420 308 455

PAVING REPAIR MAN

Re-lay: Drives, Patios,


Around Pools, Soakwells,Tree
Roots & all types of paving.

EST 81

PETER HARPER

Landscaping, Paving, Reticulation,


Limestone Walls and Ponds

0412 917 818 Ph & Fax 9384 9224

Quality Work
No Job Too Small
Free Quotes

S PAVING

0411 696 179


9385 4228

SPECIALISING IN CARPENTRY
AND CONSTRUCTION

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

CHALCRAFT
ALL STRUCTURAL
WORKS CARRIED OUT TO
COMPLETION.
NEW WINDOWS / DOORS
DESIGN NEW
KITCHENS & BATHROOMS
FULL DECORATION SERVICE

Call CHALCRAFT

0405 353 787


Builders Reg: WAS1118

0412 908 205

PAVING & GARDEN RENOVATIONS


Complete Prof Landscaping Service
Prompt attention
Dave 0408

092 350

plantwood@bigpond.com
Be another satisfied customer

400x400x40ml
Supply & Install
From $55
Frank

0407 993 058


BRICKWORK
RESTORATION
Crack Repairs, Mortar Repairs
Concrete Cancer & Waterproofing
All work guaranteed 10 years

WE PROVIDE
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Honesty, Integrity and
Quality Guaranteed
Classic character style
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Fulltime personal supervision
Built on our reputation in the
Western Suburbs
Contact Jimmie Roche

0413 327 435


Registered Builder 8549

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CABINETMAKING

SUBIACO
FURNITURE
FACTORY
Custom-made Furniture
Kitchen, Wall and Vanity Units
Bookcases

9381 6098
Traditional Craftsmanship
7 Forrest Street,
Subiaco WA 6008.

Fax 9388 2089

Cabinets & Carpentry


New kitchen vanities, built-in-robes,
kitchen and bathroom renovations.
QUALIFIED TRADESMEN: FREE QUOTES
NO JOB TOO SMALL

9344 1884, or
0418 914 284
THE CABINET MAKER
Top quality work
Prices to suit all budgets
For new or complete renovations
Kitchen, bathroom, built-in robes etc

9332 8596 all hours

JONATHAN TOWERS

APV
Constructions

CUSTOM
CABINETRY
OF ALL TYPES.

HOMES / EXTENSIONS
Alterations / Updates
30 years experience
ARTHUR VENTOURAS

0418 957 666


REG. 3730

FURNITUREMAKER
CABINETMAKER
est 31 years

Specialising in Painted and Timber


Media Cabinets, Bookcases,
Home Offices and
Full Carcase Robes

I PERSONALLY DESIGN,
MANUFACTURE AND
INSTALL ALL ITEMS
ENSURING THE
HIGHEST STANDARDS.

0417 092 134


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Perth TLC Group can project
manage your next home
improvement/renovation
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9284 0165

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Maintenance, repairs, renovations


Professional Service
Quality Workmanship
24/7 Emergency Service
All work Guaranteed / Insured

Aiming for Perfection

Small Jobs Immediate Attention


Ring Frank
25 yrs exp

Bricklaying

BAS reporting, Debtor/Creditor


Control Monthly reporting &
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Payroll/Inventory control

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Nth & Sth Landscaping

New homes plus


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by a specialist who
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BUILDING SOLUTIONS

We Remove, Repair, Replace


Brickwork / Fretting mortar,
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Lintels, Eaves, Windows,
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Box Air-Conditioners etc.
Hidley Pty Ltd

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Bores Pumps Electrical
Sales and Service
Quality Since 1983

7 DAYS - FREE QUOTES - ALL AREAS


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Pools filled-site cleans-soils delivered
All work big and small
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Additions | Alterations
Bathrooms | Kitchens

STAR

BATHROOM
RENOVATIONS

BOBCAT
WORKS

All work guaranteed. Friendly advice.


FREE QUOTES CALL
SHAUN
Mobile 0412 292 488

Ph: 9381 9815

www.bobcatworks.com

0437 745 368

experience. Specialising in houses,


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NO JOB TOO SMALL
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BORES

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Asbestos
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Accredited removalist with 20 years

0411 843 554

0428 910 341


A/H 9381 9126

Mob 0407

ASBESTOS

Call Gill

MIKE BRYANT

Lic No L018461

Roberts

Experience in MYOB, Xero and


Quickbooks. BAS Reporting, all
aspects of bookkeeping. Extensive
knowledge in different industries.
Over 20 years experience.
Reasonable hourly or daily rates.
Can do books from your premises
or from mine.

ALL JOBS FREE QUOTES

Split A/C supplied and/or installed.


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AIRCONDITIONING SERVICE,
SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION
Call Eddie on 0411 723 533
Prompt and Reliable Service
&
FullyRenovations
Insured and Licensed

Mobile Bookkeeper

BOBCATS, EXCAVATOR,TIPPERS
ROCK BREAKER

DEFT Air Conditioning

Phone 0424 037 289 Mark

Regd BAS Agents

MINI BOBCAT HIRE AVAILABLE

email: johndee@netspace.net.au

MUIRS

0419 049 188

Mobile 0447 576 441

AIR CONDITIONING

Paul Yates
0412 908 543

Monthly Financials, Cashow,


Budget, YE Accounts, Payroll,
BAS, Debtors, Creditors
Professional, Qualied
& Experienced in MYOB,
QuickBooks, Xero, POS
PROVEN LOW FEES & SAVINGS
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Quality workmanship at an
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BUILDING
SERVICES

Bathroom Renovations A-Z


Gyprocking & Partitions
Ceiling & Wall Repairs
General Carpentry
Welding & Steel Fab.
Door Installations
Insurance Works
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A Good Price Guaranteed

Jaycraft Cabinets
Quality Kitchen Renovations
Workmanship Designed Cabinets in

Robes Laundries Vanities


Office Study Entertainment
Call Jason For Free Quote

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0417 998 435

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www.kipwoodsmithdesign.com.au

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CAR DETAILING

CARPENTRY

CARPENTRY

ALL-WHEELS DETAILING
Mobile Car Cleaning & Detailing
From a wash and vacuum to a
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CAR WASH
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CARPENTRY

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References upon request.
Service & Quality Guaranteed.
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CARPET LAID ADAPTED

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QUALITY CARPENTRY WITH RELIABILITY

9384 5287

0418 920 574

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Mobile
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CARPENTRY

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PERGOLAS/ROOFING/
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MUIRS
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9383 7977
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CARPENTRY AND JOINERY
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0418 957 690

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Shops Medical Centres
Restaurants Clubs & Pubs
Showrooms Free Quotes
No Job Too Small
Friendly & Reliable

Mobile: 0402 130 003

OCEAN LINE CLEANING


Husband & Wife Team
Commercial / Domestic
Police Clearance

Call Now

northlandccservices41@yahoo.com.au
northlandcommercialcleaning.com.au

DOMESTIC
CLEANING

FOURWAY OUTDOOR
HIGH PRESSURE HOT AND COLD CLEAN
Paving Driveway Clean and Seal
Decking Scrub and Seal
Gutters and Windows
Vacate and Renovation Clean
No Mess - FREE QUOTE
Police Clearence

0414 874 787


CLOCKS & WATCHES

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

0272

DUTCH ANTIQUE
Timepieces

Buying, Selling
& Restoration of
Antique Clocks
& Barometers
By a qualified clockmaker
Member of the Watch &
Clockmakers of Australia

9385 3054

0411 547 487


APEX CEILINGS
& PARTITIONS

PULL DOWNS DECORATIVE


DRYWALL REPAIRS
INSURANCE SUSPENDED
Police Cleared - Free Quotes

Ph Andrew

M 0413 568 580


Fax 9285 2888

Call: 6465 4444


0411 357 645
Mac Man
- Need help with
your next Apple
hardware or
software
purchases?
- Need help installing and
integrating your new Apple
products in your home?
- Need on-site tutoring for your
mac, iPhone or iPod?

MAC MAN CAN HELP!


CALL JAMES FOR ALL
YOUR APPLE NEEDS

Ph: 0417 928 439


Email: jamesrslewis@me.com

Quick Click IT

Computer Headaches?
We can help
Installation, Upgrades and
Repairs
Virus Removal
Networking
Email and Internet
Data Backup

Phone Chris on 0417 990 396

Indigo Painting

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COMPUTER HELP
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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
Phone Margaret

0412 477 294

CONCRETE

MIKES FULL CONCRETE WORK

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

We bring our own equip and chemical


Special house cleaning $25p/hr

Your local tradesman for 20 years


NO JOB TOO SMALL

FULLY INSURED & POLICE CLEARED

Ph

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9385 7150 or 0414 660 051 DAY

0433 145 346


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HERBS CEILINGS

Ph

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FOR ADVICE & QUOTE


PHONE RHYS ON

FOR ALL YOUR


CEILING PROBLEMS
CALL THE EXPERT.
OLD OR NEW CEILINGS
REPAIRED OR REPLACED
40 Years Experience

Century IT
Consultants

$BMM

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SERVICE
Domestic & Commercial Cleaning
Window Cleaning Service

24/7 Onsite Service


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

0402 397 915

B-ABLE CLEANERS

RITA CLEANING

1 Hour
Response

More than 15 years experience

Unit 23/145 Stirling Hwy, Nedlands

Ph: Ben 0408 566 431

www.smartwire.net.au

Call Brett 0419 234 567


25 Years Experience

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General ofce and common
area cleaning, carpet & window
cleaning. Vacate cleaning
Commercial & Domestic

Smartwire Communications

FULLY INSURED
NON TOXIC PRODUCTS

REGULAR HOUSE CLEANS


RENT INSPECTION
& VACATE CLEANS
WINDOW CLEANING
We love our job and it shows!

0467 056 052

Phone Ben 0419

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WE COVER ALL ASPECTS OF


CONCRETE SPECIALISING IN
EXPOSED AGGREGATE WITH
20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE.

Ph Mick on 0400 212 917

colourstone
CONCRETE

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

John 0418 949 269

www.colourstoneconcrete.com

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CURTAINS

DRAFTING &
DESIGN

Aussie

Claremont

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

9240 8006 : 0408 569 515


Personalised Service - BEST PRICES

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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Roberts
Renovations &

448 Stirling Highway, Cottesloe

Handyman
Service
DECKING

BUILDING PLANS

Over 25 years experience


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

FREECALL

Ask about energy savings


FREE QUOTES

1800 18 12 24
24 HR

Trusted & Reliable


Electricians

Pensioner rates

Ian 0408 156 303

0422 626 719

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

www.westernwiring.com.au

CITY OF COTTESLOE
1800 18 12 24

ELECTRICIANS

CITY OF NEDLANDS
1800 18 12 24

9381 5802
EMERGENCY SERVICE
24 HOUR 7 DAYS

PEPPERMINT GROVE
1800 18 12 24

For a Prompt & Professional Service


Call
Clint

SWANBOURNE
1800 18 12 24

STEVE

MURPHYS
ELECTRICAL
9384 1163
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

MOSMAN PK
1800 18 12 24

PH: 9384 9232

Martin Sladen
ELECTRICAL

Floreat

Tel 0411 123 769


ALL DOMESTIC - ELECTRICAL
WORK LIGHTING, POWER,
UPGRADES, GARDEN LIGHTING

MIKE 0417 189 942

Lic ec 8358

0412 955 633


A/H 9385 1443

ELECTRIC BLUE

YOUR LOCAL ELECTRICIAN


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0407 997 049

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ALL ELECTRICAL WORK

DEMOLITION

FREE QUOTES & ADVICE


MENTION THIS AD FOR 10%
DISCOUNT. ASK FOR DETAILS

0418 912 451


6644

LIC EC5706

Skilled Electrical
All Electrical Work
Houses Yards Cleared
Outbuildings Asbestos Removed
Rubbish Removed
20 years exp
DONT MISS OUR QUOTE

0409 958 186

Vincent Demolition

skilledelectrical@hotmail.com
Lic 003542

24
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A-Z Electrical Service


CALL MICK

9384 7079 0412 779 947

 Gary 0415 390 297

MUIRS

DRAFTING &
DESIGN

Extensions design and


drafting specialists
1 and 2 storey additions,
Custom Designed Homes

Ph

0422 238 213

call Chris

www.extensionsbydesign.com.au

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DESIGN & DRAFTING

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FENCING

Hardie & Colorbond


Fencing Specialist
Twinside Retaining Walls
Gates & Asbestos Removal
No Job Too Difficult
Experienced Contractor

9387 4401
0417 942 962

0407 993 058

or Bob

0417 294 116

www.limestoneworks.com.au

Fencing Contractor
Specialising in:-

Colorbond, Hardie, Retaining,


Chain mesh & Rural,
Pool Fencing and Gates
Call Jarrod

0432 956 290

Licensed Asbestos removalist


Police cleared

FIREWOOD

Dry bush jarrah


white gum
mallee roots

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

CITY OF SUBIACO
1800 18 12 24

Electrical, Solar Power,


Air-Conditioning, Plumbing
& Gas, Renovations

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

HOLLYWOOD
1800 18 12 24
WEMBLEY
1800 18 12 24
Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

SHENTON PARK
1800 18 12 24
CLAREMONT
1800 18 12 24
Lic No 5166

Mintech Electrical

EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL:
24/7 emergency service
RCDs, smoke alarms
powerpoints, lights, fans
underground power
appliances, air-conditioning
phone, data, tv
rewires
solar power
switchboards

All electrical work


MAINTENANCE and
BREAKDOWN Mt Claremont
and surrounding areas

Lic No EC 3474

0407 770 910

All Areas

WEST COAST

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

Grant 0433 749 858

24 HOURS

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Denco Electrical Services


ENLIGHTENING YOUR DAY
All Electrical Work
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Call Dennis 0450 672 717


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Ph: 9493 0344
0419 905 033
Fax: 9493 0355

Focus
FENCING

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

Wembley Electrics

0421 348 136

FLOOR SANDING

ELECTRICIANS
EC 8293

24 hr emergency
call out
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Specialists in Colorbond
Repairs Removals
Replacements
Installations
Call Adam

0424 101 026

Electrical EC 8576
ALL ELECTRICAL WORK
Maintenance and Fault Specialists
Repairs to Hot Water Systms
Telephone and Computer Cabling
After hours emergency repairs.

Call your Local


Jim on 131 546
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free local
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Phone Richard King


0417 956 575

Just phone the POST


on 9381 3088.

0407 088 082

www.sherwoodooring.com.au
Member of Australian Timber Flooring Association

BOSCH
FLOORSANDING
Sanding / coating and
Timber repairs
Full restoration services
AFTA member
All work guaranteed

FREE QUOTES

Call Jeff 0419 908 837

SANDING & VARNISHING

Polishing & Re-Coating, ATFA


Member & Police Cleared

0423 153 677

woodlandstimberflooring.com

FLYSCREENS

REPAIRS & REWIRE


WOOD & ALU. SCREENS
AND DOORS
NEW SCREENS & DOORS
BARRIER SCREENS
WHEEL REPAIRS
MOB

9384 4566
0412 770 881

FURNITURE
RESTORATION

4OUCHWOOD
2ESTORATIONS
Quality furniture restoration Repairs that last French Polishing

FLOORING

- Spray Work
- Stripping etc.
Indigo
Painting
Ernest Palmer

0413 415 845

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

waimahaka@gmail.com

Installing, sanding and


sealing of all types of
timber floors.
In Perth since 1988.
All work fully guaranteed.
Full police clearance.
Call someone you can trust

Doug 0415 504 902


FLOOR SANDING

288A CAMBRIDGE ST, WEMBLEY

GARAGE DOORS

GARAGE DOORS

SUPPLY, INSTALL AND SERVICE


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GARDENING

NIGELS GARDEN
MAINTENANCE
For complete care of your
garden with reliable service.
Regular or casual. Call Nigel

0407 166 177

NEDLANDS
GARDEN SERVICE
THE PERFECTIONISTS

CALL JOHN

0412 229 200

Member WA Timber Flooring Assoc.

QUALITY

FLOOR SANDING
Ring Joseph or Dino
for a Free Quote
on Your Flooring Needs.
Sanding, Sealing & Repairs
to all Timber Floors
to Your Satisfaction.
Ph: 9389 8903

0411 724 099

Sick of junk
mail?
We will mail you a letterbox
sticker FREE !

Call Dave on
0412 187 585

RANDELL HALL

Ph: 0419 907 502

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SANDING & COATING


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1800 18 12 24
24 HR

www.vincentdemolition.com
ALL ELECTRICAL WORK
LIGHTING DESIGN
LIGHT FITTINGS
GARDEN LIGHTING
POWER OUTLETS
HOT WATER UNITS
OVENS
SAFETY SWITCHES
TELEPHONE OUTLETS

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ALL ELECTRICAL WORK


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EC 7341

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removals
 Driveways shed fence &
patios removals
 Kitchen & bathroom
stripouts
 Site clearing & clean ups

0418956459 9444 0989

EC4634

DEMOLITION

POWER POINTS, LIGHTS,


BATHROOM HEATERS,
SECURITY LIGHTS, TEL A
NTENNA, SW. BOARD AND
MAIN UPGRADE, REWIRING,
RENOVATION, SAFETY SWS ETC

15 pier & capping designs


and choose your inll panels
incl. wrought iron, aluminium
slats or laser cut panels

rob@allfencingperth.com.au

Pensioner rates
Specialising in all electrical work
Quality workmanship

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Call Frank

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

EC 7703

129 CLAREMONT CRESCENT, SWANBOURNE


ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS & RETAILERS

PH: PETER
A/H: 9302

0411 623 799

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

0412 922
648 0412 924 134
www.cablenet.com.au

ALL
HRS

All Electrical Work


including Marine

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

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

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Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

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FENCING

PIER & INFILL

EC8582

at a competitive price

Custom decks and pergolas.


Outdoor living specialist.
a-deck-above.com

ELECTRICIANS

PRE-CAST

EC929

A DECK ABOVE

ELECTRICIANS

PERTH HOME
DESIGNERS

Curtain Call

ELECTRICIANS

OBrien
Flooring

REPAIRS LAYING,
SANDING & FINISHING

Jimmy 0420 235 709


www.obrienflooring.com.au

* For Excellence in Garden Care


* Plant Selection & Planting
* Hort/Weed Control Spraying
* Expert Pruning and Espalier
* Professional advice
Specialising
DALKEITH TO MOSMANS
Phone Tony direct on:

0419 905 053

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

HUNTS GARDEN SERVICES


All Garden Work.
Regular Maintenance.
Reliable & Meticulous
Ph Colin on

0414 959 309

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GARDENING
THE
CLAREMONT
GARDENER

GARDENING

Richards

Cambridge
Gardening
Services

Better Lawns & Gardens

REGULAR GARDEN MAINTENANCE AND CLEANUPS.


ROSES AND COTTAGE
GARDENS A SPECIALITY
ALL AREAS
FOR PROMPT AND
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Phone MATTHEW
Matthew: 0414

GARDENING

Domestic and Commercial


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Northern Suburbs. W.A.

710 110

JAN RAGENOVICH
Garden Makeovers
Select & Deliver Plants
Im talented, friendly 30 years

experience in your area and can


solve your plant selection probems.
Phone now nothing free but
great work.
Horticultural Cert.

0416 029 992 9381 5371

weeding women
for life

Reliable, hard working,


fully-trained gardeners

1800 24 74 84

weedingwomen.com.au

Garden Maintenance

LANDSCAPES 2000

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Greenkeepers Delight
Garden Care and
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(0438 374 769)

Email: info@evergrow.com.au

Garden clean-ups
Garden Maintenance
Residential & Commercial
Design & Installation

Mike Jones 0417 181 827


Nina Jones 0427 056 785

ALL GARDEN
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Gardening
and Landscaping
Transform your tired old garden into an oasis of
beauty Specialises in complete garden
transformation to suit all budgets. All aspects of
Landscaping Design & Construction. Residential
& Commercial. Garden maintenance
Lawn installing and repairing Specialised in
pool renovation Limestone and brick work
Retaining walls Colorbond fencing Supplying
trees, plants, soils, mulch, manure ... Irrigation
plan & installation Property maintenance High
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ALL ASPECTS OF GARDEN WORK

0413 016 555

GENERAL GARDEN
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Lawns, Hedges, Roses, Trees pruned,
Weeds, Council pickups, Vacant blocks
cleaned and maintained. Make overs.
Progressive work to suit budgets.
Absent owners, Strata, Commercial,
Industrial, Government.
Full insurance carried.
Out of hours, Weekend and
holidays to suit client requirements.
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Good References.
Prefer western suburbs but will go
where paid to including country.

Text or phone Theo

0429 880 004

B.J.s Garden Maintenance

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ADVANCED GARDENING
SERVICES

0403 010 212

tim-lynch@iinet.net.au

LAWN & GARDEN


MAINTENANCE

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Local gutter & window cleaner


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Gutters &
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Gutters & roong

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GUTTERS and/or
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Serving Western Suburbs for 15 years


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Phone MARTIN
Mob

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Painting
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Decking
Gates
Timber fences
All home maintenance
Call Simon 0419 925 452

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Handyman
0419 925 452

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For all your home maintenance and


timber decking call John for fast and
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0421 809 872

Pressure Cleaning Garden Cleanups


Lawns Laid Retic Paving Repairs
Painting - Pergolas, Fences Gates,
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Paving
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Kitchen cupboards
Storage solutions
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0418 919 312

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Backyards cleared, tree lopping,


Brickwork, pavers cleaned and sealed.
General repairs and maintenance
Heavy work done, reasonable
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PHONE DAVID (Jocks Retired)

9448 8486

SKILLED
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Pre-sale Home Detailing


Rental Property Services
General Repairs
Handyman for Home or Office
All Timber Joinery
Insured and Police Cleared
Call STEVE 9242
Mob 0407 788

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272

The NEDLANDS handyman


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All those jobs your husband wont


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cupboard/drawer repair, broken
sash cords replaced.
Police Clearance

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Honesty & reliability Guaranteed

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HOME & GARDEN


MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
Specialised Outdoor Services

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free quote call 0411 786 083


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9240 4422 All Hours

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Angus 0403 758 242

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SPRAYED & FERTILISED

GROUT CLEAN

Gardening Service

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BALCATTA
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Glass Repair

Garden
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Have your garden maintained

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149 South Terrace,


Fremantle(CNR PRICE ST)

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GUTTER
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0407 193 606

CALAUTTI

For household repairs eg house and


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

Call Charlie on 0401 019 975

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0422 642 377


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General Maintenance
Emergency Repairs Blockages
Hot Water Systems
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Paving
Concreting
Reticulation
Retaining Walls
Garden Preparation
Maintenance
Decks and Pergolas
All aspects of landscaping
Free quotes

Call Leon on 0417

049 923

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LIMESTONE

PH: Oliver Calnan

Roberts Limestone
Building Co.

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9383 2915
0412 946 476

Innovative landscape design,


construction and maintenance.
Expert in native and waterwise
gardens. Highly qualified team
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experience.

Matt Siomos, B.Sc (Botany),


horticulturalist, 0408 384 542
Teik Oh, B.Sc (Environmental Sc.),
0415 170 135

Good old fashioned,


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All aspects of landscaping
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right price

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0413 015 808

Design & Construction of


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Ph Mark Scrine. C. Hort

0417 093 578


9203 9985

0401 372 277

www.landscaperenewal.com.au

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www.lukeslandscaping.com.au

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

Rejuvenate
your
Tired Garden

Call Eddie

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LAWN MOWING

MOW IT & MORE


Lawn Mowing Servicing
Mosman
Nedlands,
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LY Cottesloe,
BOO areas
Dalkeith and
surrounding
Trevor 0412

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Atlas Lawn Services


Est 1985
COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC
Steve

0411 223 637


David
0411 223 644

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041 301 6555

Mow d Lawn
Garden Services
Andy
04 900 405 20

Ph Andrew 0418 915 881

0497 808 778

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

0400 219 056

BUDGET

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ALL ASPECTS

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LOCKSMITH
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ABN 22337056071

Locksmiths
Guaranteed Same
Day Service 20 years exp

KEVIN SHEEHAN
Master Locksmith
Security Consultant
Glad to be of Service

SEAMUS HOME SERVICES

LAWNMOWING SERVICES

Precision Edge
Mowing
Services include: Mowing and edging,
weed control, mulching, fertilising,
green waste removal.
Call or email
Rob on

ABN 72 910 338 191

0425 551 233


9381 6996 Reg 1964

NEWS THATS RIGHT


UP YOUR STREET

Ph: 0418 850 750


Attention To Detail Makes
All The Difference

A PLUS PAINTING
& SERVICES
Residential
Commercial
Interior
Reg # 6263
Exterior
IMMEDIATE START
Free Quotes
Call Fred

Mob: 0413 235 163


Phone: 9206 5331
Fax: 9206 5337

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DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL

MARBLING SPECIALIST

Reg:3605 3721

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CARING FOR SUBIACOS HERITAGE

www.precisepainting.net.au

Subiaco
Painting Service
Small Jobs welcome!!!
Commercial / Residential

Ph/Fax 9382 3278


Mobile 0438 755 877

How to Get Your Painting


Completed Right The
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Painting
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you
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by the owners of the
business and full-time team
members. We do not subcontract your work under
any circumstances.
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are satisfied the work
is proceeding to your
satisfaction.
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www.lockstock.com.au

Stirling Hwy, North Fremantle


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I will complete the work in
agreed time frame and terms,
My goal is your happiness,
your peace of mind and your
referral.

0400 440 272


Reg No. 6791

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

Commercial / Residential
Interior/ Exterior
High quality & low cost

Free
quote DAVID

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
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Reg. No. 8141

0431 200 866

MICHAEL ELLIS
PAINTING
0499 874 988
20 Years Exp - Free Quotes
reg: 7822

REG 7800

Paul Stratton

30 years experience

Painter & Decorator

0451 478 078

PAINTING &
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PAINTING

PAINTING
PAPER HANGING
All work guaranteed
REGD PAINTER

Master Painting
Services

Dirk Warburton 9407 9103


www.prestigepaintingwa.com.au

Phone
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on

Reg. No. 4989

Mobile 0404 739 991

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PAINTING
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COASTAL COLOURS

FREMANTLE
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0420 44

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SUBURBS LOCKSMITH

KARL SAXON
PH: 0419 925 739
9407 7800

F: 9444 7863

0418 914 041

0400 977 610

All Western Suburbs

 Proficient in all
General Painting
 Honest, Reliable, Clean
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BAGOT ROAD, SUBIACO

www.sheehanlocksmith.com.au

Mobile 0418 921 418

email: brettcam60@hotmail.com

Reg# 4004

MOBILE 0432 322 026

7 DAYS PER WEEK

Ph: 6350 8500

- Lawnmowing - Edging
Brett Campbell (Proprietor)

Jeff Bond

All Painting, Gilding, Wallpapering


& Faux Finishes

0412 153 846

7 Day Service

EDDIES
MOWING

steve.transition@outlook.com

182 051

REG 7089

 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

James Limestone
Restoration

Lawnmowing and
Gardening Service

www.greenplanetgrass.com.au

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HIGH QUALITY LOW COST!

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PAINTING

COMMERCIAL & RETAIL

ANGUSS

Free Messure & Quote

TRANSITION
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ROOMS FROM $250


REPAINTING
Reg.
SPECIALIST 3476

EDDIES LAWN AERATION

precisionedgemowing@gmail.com
www.precisionedgemowing.com.au

Phone: 9209 2669

20 years experience

INTERIOR & EXTERIOR

Painters Registration No. 5890

LAWN CARE SPECIALISTS

0450 225 113


6143 8721

Making Life Easy


Artificial Lawn
Environmentally Friendly
Australian Made

DON McNALLY

SPECIALISING IN
RESTORATION OF PERIOD
HOMES

Free Quotes, Fully Insured

EST 81

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

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL


PAINTERS & DECORATORS

9381 5454
0437 712 039

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

LAWN CARE

Ph Angus

MUIRS

9245 2550
M: 0418 299 524

9387 8641

Honest and Reliable

ALL LANDSCAPE AND


GARDEN SERVICES
Professional Garden
Maintenance Plans
Reticulation : Serviced
Repairs and Installation

25 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Ph/Fax:

Painter - Decorators
30 years experience

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK


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

MORE THAN A MOW


Est 1982

Specialising in:
Limestone walls,
Feature walls, Arches,
Steps, Retaining walls,
Restoration,
TIM ROBERTS

(near Hay, Jersey lights)

LANDSCAPING

29 Walter St
Claremont

Your Local Master Painter

Sheilas Washing, Ironing


and Alterations
2/24 CARDIGAN TCE

9245 3303

www.tlc-perth.com

FLOREAT & ALL


WESTERN SUBURBS

Repairs Restorations
Windows, Doors & Cabinets
New Commissions
JOHN BURROWS

JOLIMONT LAUNDROBAR

German craftsman, 25 years experience

Perth TLC Group can


project manage your kitchen
improvement/renovation

J.B. Leadlights

LAUNDROBAR

Complete kitchen and wet


area renovations
Alterations for
dishwashers/ovens etc
Installation of flatpack
kitchens and quality
kitchens made in Germany
Decking

One Company All Trades

PAINTING

9Specialist in pre-house sale renovation


9Retic
9Basic hard-scaping
9Turf laying
9Earth works
9Plant selection 9Soil amendment

0409 373 685

EUROMART
KITCHENS

0400 424 357

Creating your vision from design


to construction

PAINTING

Reg 7824

Gradient Landscapes

LEADLIGHT

Reg 6621

LANDSCAPING

Reg No 3468

LANDSCAPING

Reg. No. 3511

HOT WATER
SYSTEM

Indigo
Painting
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Magazine & The West Australian
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BAMICA PAINTING

ALL AREAS
reg: 7520

Call Emar 0413 691 125

adarnaco@yahoo.com.au
PEST CONTROL

ENVIRO-CARE PEST
SERVICES
MIKE STOKES
Lic. 2216 (B.Sc)

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

COTTESLOE
PEST CONTROL
Family Business Providing Local
Services Since 1958

9384 7870
0430 844 743

ANNUAL & PRE-PURCHASE

TERMITE & TIMBER


PEST INSPECTIONS

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

Rego: 8026

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ALL WORK
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THOMPSONS
PEST CONTROL

Termite Inspections Ants


Spiders Cockroaches
Weed control Silver Fish
General Pest Control
$145 external. Free Quotes.
Phone Peter TODAY

Mob: 0433 288 164

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PLUMBING

Gorey
Plumbing
Services

ALL PEST PROBLEMS SOLVED FIRST TIME


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PLASTERING
PLASTERER AVAILABLE
Small renovations.
patching, exteriors.
MIKE KELLEY

PLUMBING

3/*/

24 HR
Pensioner rates
Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

CITY OF COTTESLOE
1800 18 12 24
Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

CITY OF NEDLANDS
1800 18 12 24
Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

7am - 11pm 7 DAYS EMERGENCY

PEPPERMINT GROVE
1800 18 12 24

RENOVATION SPECIALIST

GAS Installation & Repair

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

All internal and external finishes


No Job Too Small
Over 20 years Experience
CALL TONY FOR
FREE QUOTE & ADVICE

Electronic Burst Pipe Detection


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

Renovations, Internal
and Ext Sand Render
ALSO SMALL JOBS
PATCHING AND REPAIRS

Roberts
22 yrs Westn Sub Exp.

Ph: Jorge 0400 748 076


or 9386 3953&
Renovations

Handyman
Service&
Wall
Plastering
Ceiling Repairs

Freecall 1800 102 888


9284 0202
9384 1030
9383 4088
9385 9982
9389 8989 0419 950 430

9384 0877
PL 5580

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

CITY OF SUBIACO
1800 18 12 24
Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

NO CALL OUT FEE

ALL AREAS
Free quotes will happily
take on little jobs

WEMBLEY
1800 18 12 24

 Blocked Drains
0416 121 932
 Toilets & Pans
40 Years Experience
 Cistern Repairs + New
Pete The Plasterer
 Water Leaks
 Water Filters
0405 069 500
 Local Plumber
FRANKIES PLASTERING
30 YRS EXPERIENCE
QUALITY WORK
FREE QUOTES / ADVICE

S E RV I C E S

9335 1552

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

SHENTON PARK
PLUMBING

1800 18 12 24
CLAREMONT
1800 18 12 24

Pensioner rates

Call Peter 0412 802 392


or 9330 5771

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

24 HR

Fast Efficient Service


Residential and Commercial

Contact LEAKY PETE

Prompt, reliable service


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

PL5094

0419 953 531

Office

GL 006462

PL.16

PLUMBING & GAS

ALL AREAS - 24 HOURS

1800 18 12 24

General Maintenance
Emergency Repairs Blockages
Hot Water Systems
PL6669
GL7760 and All Gas Services

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

CHURCHLANDS
PLUMBING

Call us now
9387 3081

1800 18 12 24

0418 926 705

WOODLANDS

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

PLUMBING

1800 18 12 24
PBL941

NO CALL-OUT
CHARGE
All plumbing repairs
Leaks
Ful Blockages
lywater
Hot
Bo units
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LOCAL TRADESMAN
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9387 2339

Mobile 0418 941 571


Fax 9387 8581

FLOREAT

MAINTENANCE

Support POST
advertisers
they make your
free local
newspaper
possible.

0419 922 657


Lic. 6039

Gas No. 4700

PARAMOUNT
PLUMBERS

FRIENDLY, EFFICIENT SWISS


QUALITY SERVICE
38 Years Experience
All Plumbing Maintenance
Licensed Gas Fitter
Bathroom Renovations

Daniel 0412 904 769

GL 2676

ALL AREAS

ELECTRONIC WATER
LEAK DETECTION

1800 18 12 24
Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

Call CRAIG

Lic No PL 5456

CITY BEACH
PLUMBING

Electronically Located
Blocked Drains Cleared
HWS Serviced / Replaced
General Plumbing

Paramountplumbersperth.com.au

STEWART FRANK
PLUMBING

Specialist in plastering internal


feature brick and outside render
NO JOB TOO SMALL
35 years experience

BURST PIPES

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

0415 114 172


9286 2450

PL 7947

M: 0420 397 783

PLASTERING/RENDERING
MUIRS

HOLLYWOOD
1800 18 12 24
Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

GAS 532

HOT WATER
FAST

ELLIS PLASTERING  H.W.S. Gas/Solar

Top quality tradesman who specialises


in all aspects of plastering, rendering,
restoration and Gyprocking. Internal and
external, patching and covering.
Over 20 yrs experience. Transform and
add value to you home with the art of
plaster. No job too big or small.
Free quotes provided.

24 HR

Pensioner rates

Call us on
9381 3088
to advertise
in the POST

Trades &
Services

BEST RATES

Renovations Hot water systems


New homes Gas
Tap maintenance & repairs
Blockages Sewer conversions
24/7 service Subdivisions
Senior discount
PL 7895 GS 015347

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For plumbing perfection


call Shane today on

blocked drain
hot water services
leaking taps, burst pipes
24/7 emergency service
all types of gas fitting
ovens, h/plates, toilets
soakwells, stormwater
air-conditioning
reticulation

EMERGENCY PLUMBING
BLOCKED DRAINS
TOTAL PLUMBING
AND MAINTENANCE
Dennis 1300 593 800
PONDS

Plumbing & Gass Services


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Ph: 0419 993 192


www.jsuttonplumbing.com.au

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

J.Munro

Plumbing & Gas Fitting


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0488 911 555


P.L. 693

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

Ph David 0433 324 347


www.getwetponds.com.au
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FENCING

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Family business since 1983

www.nohotwater.com.au
A FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED LOCAL BUSINESS

4TH & 5TH GENERATION PLUMBERS


WITH OVER 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE

NO CALL OUT FEE

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www.smartgap.com.au

NO-FUSS, AFFORDABLE
REMOVALS SERVICE FOR
THE WESTERN SUBURBS
WITH FOUR TRUCKS ON THE
GO, WERE ALWAYS READY
TO ACCOMMODATE YOU.

9380 6180, 0411 109 918

Shift It Removals
Affordable Reliable
Storage Home or Office
Owner Operated Packing
Call 0405 383 451
FOR ANY INFORMATION

FOR A GOOD RATE AND


SERVICE LOOK NO FURTHER
7 days - 2 men, big truck
Experienced - Reliable - Careful
Packing Materials Available
Pensioner Discount

FULLY INSURED
0439 900 381

P & L Transport
OPERATING 7 DAYS A WEEK

Locally owned and operated


House and Office Removals
Pensioner Discounts
Packing Materials Available
Fully Insured
Ask for Peter on

9309 2961 or
0419 836 484
Best Rates
in Perth
Only $110/hr
for 2 men

Indigo Painting

1800 2 SMOOTH

contact@thesmoothmovers.com.au

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One Company All Trades

REFRIGERATION

Perth TLC Group can project


manage your next home
improvement/renovation

ALL GENERAL PLUMBING & GAS REPAIRS

RONS
REFRIGERATION

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0418 942 157

YOUNGS

PLUMBING & GAS


SERVICE Pty Ltd

25 Years Experience
Personal Service
Guaranteed Repairs
ph 9375 3216
0407 199 046
Pensioners
Discount

Lic No AU 7200

0419 644 344


GF010442

9448 2883
0400 117 713

EXPRESS REMOVALS

J. SUTTON

www.us2uplumbing.com.au
PL6544

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FULLY INSURED

Family Owned and Local

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Home & Office Removals


Good Rates
Pensioner Discounts
Hydraulic Tall Lifts

Pensioner Discounts just ask!

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Gas 4784

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9388 6299

9387 3872

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PLUMBING & GAS

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Burst pipes Blocked drains


Installation Repairs
Renovations
Pensioners Discount

PL 1735

Ph Shay 0402 748 564

PL 7947

NO CALL OUT FEE

Plumbing & Gas,


Air-Conditioning,
Electrical, Solar Power,
Renovations

Lic No 5166

0408 917 109


Ph 9361 7665

Call Travis 0468 789 879

www.xcelplasteringperth.com.au

MOSMAN PK
1800 18 12 24

Jon Howes 0433 824 613

Skilled Plumbing &


Gas Services (local)

More than fifteen years experience.

RENDERING & PLASTERING


SPECIALISTS
25 Years Experience
Fully Certified and Insured

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

WE OFFER A 5%
SENIORS DISCOUNT

SEC. Lic. 4263

Including all aspects of solid wall


plastering and plaster boarding.

XCEL Plastering

SWANBOURNE
1800 18 12 24

GF 007802

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

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

Lic. PL5041

Integrity & Expertise

Your local Plumbing & Gas Specialist

AMP PLUMBING & GAS


YOUR LOCAL LICENSED PLUMBERS

REMOVALS
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9300 5382

PLUMBING

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GAS
ELECTRIC
Youngs Plumbing
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North Fremantle
PH 9335 2076
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REMOVALS

ALL FURNITURE
CARRIED
0416 226 434

www.tlc-perth.com

9284 0165

info@tlc-perth.com
have a look at our main ad in the Home
Improvement section

RETICULATION

PETER HANSONS
IRRIGATION
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Bores & Fully Installed


Reticulation Systems
Commercial & Domestic
Pump & Reticulation Repairs
Ph: 0403 248 845

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RETICULATION

BROOKWELL
IRRIGATION

ROOFING

ROOFING

FLINT ROOFING

ROOF
IMPROVEMENTS

0414 475 527

Re-roofing,
New Roofing
Gutters
Downpipes
Leaky Roof Repairs
Ridges Repointed
Soakwells Installed
Roof Vents

MAINTENANCE
SPECIALISTS

0408 944 891


9386 3667

Repairs on Pumps
& Reticulation
Irrigation Systems
Commercial & Domestic
Valve Locating & Wire Tracking

JOEL

IRRIGATION
LANDSCAPES

ROOFING & BUILDING


MAINTENANCE

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ONE CALL WE DO IT ALL


FREE QUOTES
PENSIONER DISCOUNTS

Specialising in R/E
Building Reports.
Internal Roof & Ceiling Repairs.
Sagging Roofs Box Gutters.

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IRRIGATION SERVICES
ALL PUMP &
RETICULATION
REPAIRS
12 YEARS EXPERIENCE
COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC
SENIORS RATES
Renovations
&
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Handyman
Service

Roberts

R.B.M.
Since
1986

Tile and Metal Roof


Replacement and Repairs

Office - 9450 2272


All Hours - 0412 490 868

Gutters & Downpipes


Ridgecapping Repairs
Whirly Birds
Roof Coatings
All Roof Repairs/Leaks
FREE QUOTES

Graham
0432 119 526

RoofQuest

All metal roof sheeting, gutters


and downpipes, maintenance
work no job too small.
Australian Colorbond
Blue Scope Steel materials.
Please phone
0429 062 952 Mark

No Job Too Small


Call Dave 0410 493 127

9401 1820

HouseDoctor
Repair. Maintain. Improve

REPAIRS INSTALLATION
MAINTENANCE

FREE QUOTES
BEST WORKMANSHIP
CHEAPEST PRICES

WIRE TRACKING & VALVE LOCATING


OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE
AFFORDABLE RATES AND
PERSONAL SERVICE
DISCOUNT FOR SENIORS

All Roof Repairs


Gutters & Downpipes
All Carpentry Work
Fire & White Ant Repair
Property Maintenance
Inspection
Insurance Claims
Renovations
Painting & Design

Peter 0417 096 691


References Available

FIX RETIC

TROUBLESHOOTING
REPAIRS & NEW INSTALLATIONS
CONTROLLER / SOLENOIDS REPLACED
PROMPT PRO SERVICE
Call
Dave

0408 092 350

Phil 0400 340 228


(Licenced & Fully Insured)

VWC Building Sevices

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Reticulation Systems installed,


Serviced and modied.
Controllers programmed
and installed.
Solenoids located
and replaced.
Lawns installed and removed.
Bore Service
and replacement.
Electrical problems resolved.

Scott 
Member

0418 130 576

ROOF CARPENTRY

www.lukeslandscaping.com.au

Re-Roofing
Old Tile, Asbestos, Iron
Roofing, replaced with new
Colorbond or Zincalume

Roof Restoration

ROOF & WALL


DOCTOR

Cement and
Clay Tile Restoration,
Ridge Cap Repairs,
Guttering and Downpipes

READ THIS

If your re-roof is more than $20,000 (inc


GST) your re-roofing Company must be a
Registered Building Company. This
means Licenced with The Builders
Registration Board.
Otherwise the work is ILLEGAL

MUIRS

WE REMOVE and DISPOSE OF:


OLD TILE IRON ASBESTOS
WE SUPPLY and INSTALL
Colorbond, Zincalume
Skylights, Whirly Birds
Insulation, Gutters
Tile Roof Restoration

www.advancedroofs.com
Licensed Asbestos Removal
Specilist.
FREE Quotes
10 Year Guarantee

9430 6553

Swan River
Roofing

16 Essex Street, Fremantle

LOCAL ROOFING
Ridge Capping Fixed the Proper Way

2 YEAR WRITTEN WARRANTY

Special sealant for box gutters


Tile Replacement
Emergency work Gutters
Speciality Gutters/Downpipes
Valleys & Flashings Replaced
Soakwells Tin Reroofs
Seniors Rates
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
LOCAL SINCE 1986

0419 385 971 or


9385 9719

Roof Carpentry Team


Specialising in Architectural
Designed Homes. 15 yrs exp.

Phone JEFF 0418

912 874

ROOF PLUMBING

* Western Suburbs
* Competitive Rates
(Including Tip Fees)
* Commercial & Domestic
* Prompt Delivery
Ph PETER PLAISTED

9389 8744
Mobile
0413 747 777

YExecutive Personal Assistance


YAppointment Setting / Diary Management
YAudio Typing (Specialise in Medico-Legal)
YWord Processing / Mail Outs / Business Reports
YPower Point Presentations
YProfessional Writing & Editing / Proof Reading
YDocument Binding / Scanning / Laminating

Call: Jill James

0439 029 799

Email: ofceallrounders@iinet.net.au

We then add any


chemicals if needed

Isaac 0450 121 475


TILING

Servicing the Western Suburbs since 1996

www.shadesolutions.com.au
patrick@shadesolutions.com.au

0418 958 607 Patrick

2m 3m 4m 6m 8m
0434 441 277

PH GEOFF
7 DAYS

Junk Removal
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Matt 0414 694 656


RUBBISH REMOVAL

SWIMMING POOL
SERVICE

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


When only the best will do

CLAREMONT

POOL
SERVICE

Floor & Wall Tiling


Ph Rick: 0402 751 878
Friendly Professional Service
All Work Guaranteed
Free Quotes Competitive Rates
Specialising in Diagonal Tiling
NO JOB TOO SMALL

FOR OVER 20 YEARS

POOL & SPA SERVICE


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

NO JOB TOO SMALL


CALL PETER FOR FREE QUOTE

0438 909 275

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CALL ROB YOUR LOCAL MAN


Free Quotes 0409 958 186

Western Suburbs
Pool Service
CLEANING CHEMICALS &
EQUIPMENT
QUALITY OWNER OPERATED
COMPLETE POOL SERVICE

No job too small


All aspects of tiling
Full bathroom renovation
Full re-routing or grout repair
20 years experience
Call Lewis: 0451 636 666
corebathreno@gmail.com

JOSH MANN

0414 775 586

IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
Est. 1990

McSkips
Quick Cheap Reliable
Dan McManus

9402 0223, 0402 430 314


info@mcskips.com.au

SAND SUPPLIES

& Bathroom renovation

TOP MARK TILING

Bin Hire Service

AT YOUR SERVICE

AT YOUR POOL
AND AT OUR STORES
11 SHOPS IN WA
ALL OWNER OPERATED

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BUILDING & GARDEN


SUPPLIES
WE DELIVER
232 STUBBS TCE,
SHENTON PARK

NEDLANDS
134 BROADWAY

9389 6131

and now at
MOSMAN PARK
2 STUART ST - opp train stn

9384 6164

Complete and Professional Pool


Servicing with access to 300 years
of combined experience.
Regular maintenance our
speciality. Ring today for details.

(Opp Lemnos Hosp)

PH: 9381 5455


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All Roofcare
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0408 947 570

SECRETARIAL
For All Your
Secretarial Needs
from Student to
Executive
- Resumes - CVs
- Audio Typing
- Word Processing/Mail Outs
- Bookkeeping
- Powerpoint Presentations
- Business Reports
- Photocopy/Binding/Scanning

9380 8333

Prompt Roofing
The Roofing Specialist

WESTERN
SUBURBS

We create the professional


edge that everyone wants

Re-roofing & repairs


Gutters & Downpipes
Colorbond or Zincalume
Fully Insured
All work guaranteed

Professional
pool service,
cleaning,
maintenance
and supply
since 1984.
Proud installers of
Enviroswim unique fresh
water swimming experience.
SIMPLY THE BEST!

John Clark 0417 912 362


Mark Lynch 0418 959 871

All reno & new work


Specialists in
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Ring Ian on

0419 931 966

PEST MANAGEMENT
ROOT ZONE
MANAGEMENT
CONSULTANCY
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.
FULLY INSURED. FREE QUOTES

26 Years Exp Palms Shrubs


SMALL JOBS
MOST WELCOME
PENSIONER RATES FREE
Quotes Les 9387 8094

PROFESSIONAL

TREE
SURGEONS

Certified
Arborists
Indigo
Painting
Offering Complete Tree
Service With Care
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Royce Turner
Qualified Arb
Merristwood UK

ABN 24 539 659 015

Specialising in all Tiling & Stone work


All intricate work undertaken
Competitive pricing for the quality
of work with a professional
and friendly service

- Trees, Our Inspiration -



pts@bigpond.com
www.professionaltreesurgeons.com.au

Call John William

TREE SURGEON

STONECARE WA

S.E.C. Cert.
All Facets of Tree Work
Satisfaction Guaranteed
For the personal touch
please phone RENE COOLEN

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0407 774 549 9387 5153

DON TILING SERVICE

LAKESIDE
TREES & STUMPS

0400 446 827


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All aspects of wall & floor tiling.
Specialising in bathrooms.
Ceramic, Porcelain, Travertine.
FREE QUOTES
Don 0435 722 362
don.yoon@yahoo.com.au
http://dontilingservice.com

Maintenance & Repair


Including:
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FORMATIVE AND
PRACTICAL PRUNING

FLOREAT TREE SERVICE

Complete Wall and Floor Tiling


Experts In Shower Repair and Regrouting
Bathroom Renovations
www.alphatile.com.au

RUBBISH
REMOVAL

If you have trees, you need


the Arbor Centre.
Take advantage of WAs
foremost company for truly
qualified advice and
professional service.

SAFE TREE REMOVALS

SHADE SAILS

Specialists in Commercial &


Residential Shade Sails

TREE SERVICES

POOL CLEANER

Our $85 Service Includes


FREE leaf rake & vacuum
FREE pump check & diagnostic
FREE water analysis & balance
FREE cleaning of lter & baskets
FREE scrub of water line
FREE brush of pool oor
FREE wash of pool blanket

Contemporary Tiling

OPEN 6 DAYS

1300 137 663 or 9209 3980

www.roofandwalldoc.com.au
WorkSafe Asbestos Demolition Lic
Builders Registration Number 13172

Professional Business Support


As and When You Need It.

SWIMMING POOL
SERVICE

YOUR LOCAL SHOPS

0424 133 950


ROOFING

SECRETARIAL
Secretarial &
Executive Support
Services

D Wynne Roofing
All Roofing Services
Re-roofing
Roof/leak repairs
Tile
RidgeReplacement
Repairs
Roof &Cap
Cleaning
FreeGutter
Quotes

CREDIT CARDS
ALL WORK TO AUST STANDARD

0408 007 850

RUBBISH
DISPOSAL

Free Quotes

www.lakesidestumpgrinding.com.au

TREE & PALM REMOVALS


HEDGING & MULCHING
NARROW ACCESS
SPECIALISTS
FULLY INSURED
Call ANDY

9306 8599
Mobile

TILING SERVICES
WALL/FLOOR
BATHROOM RENOVATIONS
REPAIRS/RE-GROUTING
CALL JEFF

0421 251 794

0408 405 671

Stump Grinding

FREE QUOTE ADAM CLARKE

0433 210 028

Advertise your
goods in
Classifieds
the

Specialised Outdoor Services

All Roof Replacement


and Maintenance
08 9433 1077
www.sos-services.com.au
Pensioner Discount / Insured
Builders Licence # 13954

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Complete
Stump Removal
Fully Insured / All areas

Free Quotes
Call Adam
Tel: 9246

0235
Mob: 0403 377 692

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TREE SERVICES
Perths Premiere
Tree Service

TUCK-POINTING

UPHOLSTERY

MAINLINE
TUCKPOINTING

Your Local
UPHOLSTERER

Building Conservation, Heritage


Restoration Tuckpointing,
Stonework, Brickwork Pointing,
Qualified Bricklayer

SAM GRANERI 0408 095 854


Our professional service includes:
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Phone: (08) 9309 6852


Mobile: 0431 159 207

Foxys
Treelopping
& STUMP GRINDING
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0407 473 626

TV ANTENNA

Richard Kaiser
Specialist in weak
signal areas

www.cometelectronics.com.au

HALESTORM
ANTENNA &
AUDIO VISUAL
- Home Theatre Systems
installation & set ups
- Antenna installations, extensions &
problems: TV, Satellite & Radio
- Sites of difficult reception
- Troubleshooting & interference
resolution
- Telephone points
Mike Mobile 0404 803 324

Digital TV Antenna
Services

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Tree Removal Palm Removal


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

9354 4524

WERE JUST A PHONE


CALL AWAY

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On Time / Experienced / Insured

Jason 0413 859 898


www.pdtas.com.au

Aaron:
0410 521
734
Handyman
Service

Specialising in all styles of


household and commercial
upholstery.
CONTACT MICHAEL

0407 771 476

michaelstudman@hotmail.com

WASHING MACHINE
REPAIRS

PROUD
APPLIANCES

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

4 Hood Street Subiaco

9388 2251

Uwes European
Appliance Repairs

Repair Miele Siemens


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

Ph: 6201 1387

soss_tree_services@yahoo.com.au

www.uwerepairs.com.au

WINDOW
CLEANING

SWANBOURNE
WINDOW CLEANING

Andrew & Ben offer


Dependable Personal Service
from a
QUALIFIED TREE SURGEON
Great Rates
Prompt Service
Good Advice
Quality Pruning/Shaping
Clean Removal
Quotes & Work Guaranteed
Registered & Insured

EST. 1976

YOUR LOCAL BUSINESS


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

PETE AND JOSH

0402 433 690

WESTERN SUBURBS SPECIALIST

0424 150 899

WINDOWS and/or
gutters CLEANED
TREE PRUNING

TRY US - YOU WILL BE HAPPY

15 YEARS WESTERN SUBURBS SPECIALIST


FREE QUOTES
INCLUDES SCREENS, SILLS & MIRRORS
PENSIONER DISCOUNTS
PROMPT SERVICE

9336 3129
0414 011 220

Phone MARTIN
Mob

Qualified, Experienced, Insured


Large & Confined Tree Specialist
Tree/Palm Pruning / Removals
Hedging / Mulching /
Stump Grinding. Free Quote
Kieron Fiford : 0418 717 955

9448 2227

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

The Tree Specialists

Call Marco

0450 159 839


 Tree Pruning
 Palm Trimming  Stump Grinding
 Hedging & Trimming
Tree & Palm Removals
Powerline Clearances
Woodchipping
Fully Insured

MUIRS

teamtreelopper@gmail.com
www.teamtreelopper.com

SWANBOURNE
TREE
SERVICE
Free Quotes
Great Service

0423 655 222

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

FREE
CALL

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7 Day 6am - 10pm


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

0414 738 888


TV SERVICES

TUCK-POINTING
DOWNLOAD BROCHURES:
Seamless Mortar Pointing
Invisible Crack Repairs
www.tuckpointing.com.au
* Concrete Cancer
* Damp & Waterproofing
* Wall Alterations
* Structural Wall Removal

9242 2952

1800 447 130 0403 041 941

The Local Guys

www.theinstallers.com.au

Call Clint

Multi-storey experts
Pure water cleaning!
UV and comfort-plus glass
specialists
Hard water stain removal
profesionals
Fully insured
2-4 man crew
Phone quotes available

TV & VIDEO REPAIRS


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

9382 4752
Rear Laneway, 25 Heytesbury Rd

WINDOW CLEANING
your local professional

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040 375 8242

FOR SALE TRADING


30+CISCO IP Phones (Model 7940).
Includes 2 SoundPoint IP 601
Switchboards. All working. A robust
and popular model worldwide. Good
condition/lite. $600 ono.
For more information call 9381 3088
ALL In excellent condition. Miele
s381 vacuum cleaner, bags not
required extra attachment collects
dust $270. Rinnai convector 329h
natural gas heater $240. Ladies sz12
charcoal grey coat, lined and very
stylish $50. Ladies sz12 blue gortex
jacket $50. Lightweight, down
sleeping bag $50, 3 seasons rating.
Unused small chiropractic pillow,
original wrapping $15. Also, blue
vintage cardboard suitcase $15. Call
after 6pm 0438 575 279

EXLEY House B&B 2 Bedford St,


Nedlands. Two lovely bedrooms with
french doors to a verandah
overlooking gardens. Private
entrance and guest living area. 0417
947 334/9386 4452.
exleyhse@iinet.net.au
ROSEMOORE B&B Mosman Park
twn/double rooms, own ensuites.
www.rosemoore.com.au
9384 8214

Trades & Services


WINDOW
CLEANING

DIVERSITY WINDOW
CLEANING

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
www.diversitycleaning.com.au

iSHINE Window
Cleaning

+ 1 to 4 storey house
+ Chandeliers
+ Hard water stain removal
& protection
+ Pool Fencing
+Fly screen repairs
FREE QUOTES
+ Fully Insured, Police Clearance

Trevor 0406 809 977

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

Call Rolf
9279 2981
0408 930 235
WINDOW
REPAIRS

Paul Jones

PH 0417 915 636

grwindowcleaning@bigpond.com

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

PH 0407 328 128

www.sashinaflash.com.au

WROUGHT IRON

Metal Ox Ironworks

Handmade Wrought Iron

Advertise your goods in the


Classifieds

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

9272 8282 0419 045 250


www.metalox.com.au

EDUCATIONAL

HOLIDAYS & RESORTS

MATHEMATICS
Physics tution.
Qualified, experienced female math
teacher,
B.Sc.
(Physics),
Grad.Dip.Ed(mathematics). Call or
text Suravi on 0402 447 584

DUNSBOROUGH 3 bed, 2 bath


relaxing winter break 0407 385 259
MARGARET River, one bedroom
cosy forest cottage near Conto's
Beach. 0418 933 270
PEPPERMINT Grove Beach. Large
5 bedroom three bathroom house.
Phone 9389 6565, 0403 870 075

MATHEMATICS
Tutoring. Very
experienced Yr11/12 WACE teacher
/examiner/marker. The Tuition
Centre, Bayview Terrace, Claremont.
9284 3004
MATHS
Specialist tuition at
NumberWorks'nWords.
Individualised teaching, trained
tutors. Full Australian curriculum.
Free assessment. Ph 9388 3727.
www.numberworksnwords.com

ENTERTAINMENT
HORSE Riding lessons or just a fun
afternoon or morning. Take photos
and enjoy. Ph Danny 0410 314 909

FOR HIRE
LOOKING For an inspiring venue for
your next workshop or meeting?
Discover A Place To Just Be in East
Fremantle.
0405
670
803
www.aplacetojustbe.com.au

GARAGE SALES

MATTRESS
Queen
size
Slumbercare latex gold orthopaedic
near new $80 9387 8605

FREE QUOTES

Isaac 0405 300 298

ARTS & CRAFTS

BIRD Lover? Beautiful Australian bird


prints and originals at
www.brendaholdenart.com.au

Repair and Restoration of all


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

$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

GRANDFATHER
Clock 1810
needs T.L.C $1,200 Vienna Wall
clock, good order $450. 1920's
Westminster Whitt chime mantle
clock $280. All negotiable.
Phone 0450 049 679, 9380 6399

DUE To relocation, cabinets, sofas,


bookshelves, office desks, coffee
tables freezer for sale. Excellent
condition.
Please phone 0474 203 328

Carpentry & Joinery

WINDOW CLEANER

ANTIQUES

BRENda

Residential - Commercial
Industrial
Fully Experienced.
Ladder Work. Flyscreens and
Gutter Cleaning
Multi Storey

0439 518 525

CORTEZ Stone. All aspects of


Limestone Random style feature
walls to large scale retaining. Call for
a quote. Dayna or Charlie.
0400 221 760

BBQ Rinnai. SS. Gas 3 burner (inc


wok burner). Great cond, works well,
$125 ono. Jan 0419 934 407

GMR

Window Cleaning

FOR SALE
HOUSEHOLD
TWO Oversize sofas and matching
armchair, suit large room. Beautiful
fabric, amazingly comfortable, barely
used, perfect condition. Cost
$11,000, sell $1,800 negotiable. See
www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/palmyra/sofas
/large-american-style-sofas/1078874460
for photos and contact details or call
Marc 0422 269 630

Specialising in Leather & Fabric repairs


Re-Upholstery & Re-colouring
All work Guaranteed

TV Picture problem?

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ED116
0417 917

FOR SALE
HOUSEHOLD

BED AND BREAKFAST

BOATING
M
V Boat cleaning, interior
cleaning. In situ (scuba) hull cleans,
deck-cleans, anode replacement.
Call Marcus 0419 697 997

BUSINESS
CONSULTING
BUILDING Design, +Extensions, +
Renovations, + New Homes, +
Commercial, + Free Quotes.
www.padspace.com.au
0411 374 679

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
HOME Biz Op: Lucrative income
work-life balance. Contact: Fiona
today
www.developdreamstoreality.com
WORK@HOME
Flexible hours,
high income enquire today.
www.peterwheaton.com

COMPUTERS
AVAILABLE
Reliable computer
support repairs. Upgrades, new
systems, software installing, virus
removal, onsite work or home. Local.
Call Ian 0411 181 573
SWITCH PC Services. Pre-owned
PC Systems from $250. In-Home
Computer Services, $30 call out, $40
per hour. 10% Pensioner and Loyalty
discounts.
Call 0487 745 886 info@switchpc.com.au
http://www.switchpc.com.au

LOT Of designer kid and ladies


clothing, household. 21 Brown St
Claremont Sat 13th, 9- 11am, Sun
14th 8- 10am
NEDLANDS Clothing, shoes, toys,
furniture. Saturday 13th June.
10am-4pm. 4 Burwood Street
ROTARY
Swap Mart. Every
Sunday 7am to 12 noon. Broadway
Shopping Centre, Nedlands. Seller
bays $5. 1st Sunday free. Come and
get bargains galore or sell your
goods
SALE Of the Century! Join us for
an amazing sale of goods
guaranteed to impress. This is not
junk only our preloved goods to raise
money for charity. Don't miss out!
Designer ladies & girls clothing, girls
books, toys, art supplies, school
uniform, designer shoes, homeware,
kids furniture, bags, cosmetics, baby
items, mens wear and so much
more. Cash sales only, from 10-4pm
on the weekend of 20 & 21 June at
20 Owston St Mosman Park. See
you there

HEALTH & BEAUTY


33293

RETREATS
Western Australia. Moore River
weekend wellness retreats. 212 day
Personal Empowerment for Women.
www.sacredfigretreats.com.au or Ph:
0428 516 335

EXECUTIVE Penthouse in Darling


St South Yarra. Close to all
amenities (one stop to the MCG).
Special
3
night
packages.
www.thedarlingmelbourne.com.au.
Bookings: 9750 5444

MARRIAGE
CELEBRANTS
COMMONWEALTH
Marriage
Celebrant-Professional and reliable,
Glenda Prideaux.
Mob: 0407 336 604.
Email: Glenda@glendaprideaux.com
www.glendaprideaux.com
PHOTOGRAPHER
Available.
Local, freelance. Capture that
special day or family event.
Reasonable rates. Mobile: 0412 294
711
www.faircloughphotography.com.au.
Email: newspics@iinet.net.au

MOTOR VEHICLES
$2000 This cute little car has just
been serviced and it's had only 2
owners. It would be ideal to teach
your teenager to drive a manual.
Details: Ford Laser 2001 110,000km.
Five speed manual hatchback.
Phone Rhiannon 0421 649 986
2000 BMW E46 SDN reduced
$6000 ono. 9381 5857
0418 988 945
BMW 118d 5 door hatchback
automatic silver 27 500 kms. New
tyres, under warranty, fabric seats,
upholstery and paint protection
under warranty $41 000 ono, 0497
577 171 or 0478 632 343
HOLDEN Astra 1999 auto htbk 168,
400km, 3mth lic. Must sell $2000 or
any reasonable offer. 0424 456 583
or 9384 2247
HOLDEN Barina 2010 Manual, 3
door hatch with sunroof. Only
43,000km, very economical and
reliable. Single lady owner since
new. $7500 ono.
Patricia 0431 054 081
VW
Golf 1.6L, 2005, good
condition, good tyres, tow bar, petrol.
86, 500 kms, metallic grey. $12,000
ono. 0419 954 588

Indigo Painting

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

ALTO Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute,


Guitar, Piano, Trombone, Trumpet
lessons by qualified, experienced
teachers. Members of WAMTA,
TRBWA, ASMEWA, WWCC No.
From 8 years up. Michael/Mary. Ph
9387 7046
CELLO 3/4 size, Claremont $400.
0439 981 934

MASSAGE
Huna Hawaiian,
Swedish relaxation. Indulge yourself,
experience
deep
relaxation,
qualified, n/s Alanah 0405 755 715
PERSONAL Trainer weight loss,
Boxercise, Yoga, Pilates. Gerhard
0415 942 388
SORE
Feet? Therapeutic foot
massage including Reflexology,
Reiki, Podiatry treatment. Genuine
care and time given. Health rebate.
Pip McGuinness, Podiatrist, 39 years
experience. 9387 1027

AMYGDALA
Consulting,
Professional Psychotherapy &
Counselling. Effective and in-depth
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Certified
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Suzanne 0414 883 139

DRESSMAKING

COTTESLOE Apartment. Great


ocean views from every room and
wide balcony. Renov 2brm fully furn
and equipped. Mins walk to beach
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from $110-$160pn, min 4. Special
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INTERSTATE
ACCOMMODATION

MUSICAL

WORKOUT
Fitness Cottesloe
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EDUCATIONAL

110% Care while you're away.


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HERBALIFE
Independent
Distributor, prompt delivery. Call
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COUNSELLING

ALTERATIONS Hems etc. Fast,


efficient, very reasonable rates.
Local lady, many years sewing
experience. 0417 913 931

HOUSESITTING

YOGA Wembley
Downs Junior Football Club. Vinyasa
Monday and Thursday 6-7pm; Yin
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welcome. Theresa 0402 676 329

HOLIDAYS & RESORTS

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cello

CELLO 12 size. Good condition $375


Local to Nedlands. Please phone or
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0402 852 112
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GUITAR
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918 979
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POST, June 13, 2015 Page 93

classifieds classifieds Rugby


classifieds club treasurer pleads guilty
PERSONAL

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A former UWA Junior


Rugby Club treasurer said
corruption at a foreign bank
meant he could not return
more than $29,000 he had
stolen from the club.

GARDENING Mulching, weeding,


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Sean 0438 296 320
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see the classified advertisement
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Jodie 0432 528 750
COTTESLOE $850pw 3x2 Study,
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Cls to amens, 0433 417 929
CRAWLEY 1 bed renovated unit,
close UWA, shops, river, transport.
New kitchen/bathroom, ground floor
small block, large courtyard with
shed and u/c parking. For details
phone 0417 556 446
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security, storage, garage $875pw
0448 975 435
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max 5 persons. Close to trains,
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396 or Danielle 0437 136 993
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Lease for a year with options from
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Guilty pleas Edmund Graham Knowles stole $29,461.20


from a rugby club.

Edmund Graham Knowles


pleaded guilty in the Perth
Magistrates Court on
Monday to 15 stealing counts
and will be sentenced next
month.
Mr Knowles (60) was the
clubs treasurer for four
years and was charged in
October 2013.
He stole $8000 in March
2012; $5000 in May that year;
$1211.51 in February 2013;
$9841.14 in March 2013; and

$7408.55 in April 2013.


Can I make a comment?
he asked Magistrate Felicity
Zempilas, after he pleaded
guilty.
I am fully remorseful.
The money was transferred overseas.
I am unable to retrieve
it due to corruption in the
bank.
I fully intend to make
full restitution to the club,
including a scholarship and
a donation.
I intend to do it very
soon.
Ms Zempilas adjourned sentencing to Tuesday, because
Mr Knowles lawyer, Max
Crispe, was not available.

On Tuesday, Mr Crispe
asked for pre-sentence
and psychological reports
on Mr Knowles, which
delayed sentencing until
next month.
I will be in a better position with those two reports,
Mr Crispe said.
He said Mr Knowles had
two excess 0.08 offences, and
one excess 0.05 offence.
This is obviously a significant departure, Mr Crispe
said.
Its a long and involved
story.
There is a bank account
supposedly in Singapore in
which theres a large amount
of money, supposedly.

Perth too dull for bright signs


Electronic signs are common around the world in
places like Times Square
and Piccadilly Circus,
yet Perth resists them,
architect Malcolm Mackay
says.
Given the opposition
to signs, Perth is still
dullsville, he said.
Mr Mackay was speaking
when the development assessment panel of which
he is a member met to consider a plan for a four-storey
office block in Oxford Close,
West Leederville.
Mr Mackay, a governmentappointed specialist on
the DAP, excused himself
because he was representing the developer, and his
wife had worked on another
project on the agenda.
The $3.4million corner site
development incorporated a

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on 0411 152 522

The proposed four-storey office block with the built-in sign


that the development assessment panel refused permission
to build.
3.8m by 12.5m LED sign in
its facade.
Neighbouring landowner
Marlene Harding said the
sign would be a hazard to
motorists on surrounding
busy roads.
She said the building plan

Growing
careers

From page 3
Grant of $40,000 to finance the project.
Dr Alessandri, a renowned child health
researcher in WA, was
chairwoman of the
Ministerial Advisory
Council and a board
member with the
Disability Services
Commission.
Mrs Morton said the
study had stood out
from other high-quality
applications for the
grant.
They have come
up with an innovative
research project that
is expected to deliver
real benefits to young
people with intellectual disability, Mrs
Morton said.
Therapy Focus
spokesperson Ruth
Lee said people with
intellectual disabilities were often disadvantages in social,
work and educational
activities.
International research shows that formal mentors can have
important influences
on young people during this transition, Ms
Lee said.
Within a community
context, mens sheds
are ideally situated to
support youth with intellectual disability
This is because the
mentors, who are often
retirees, have the time
and life experience to
offer support.
In addition, the
sheds offer a multitude
of activities that can assist young people to develop both vocational
and life skills.

was just a means to get permission for the electronic


sign.
No one wants to build that
building they just want the
sign, she said.
The building is a trojan
horse for the sign.
Cambridge council planners who assessed the plan
for the DAP said a lack of
setbacks meant the building
would not comply with council policies for the area.
The council wanted to
encourage owners to amalgamate small blocks in the
area.
Ms Harding told the DAP
she had repeatedly tried to
buy the block but had been
told each time it was under
offer.
Mr Mackay said it was a
difficult block to develop because it was on a corner.

I believe this is a much


better building than the plan
we received six months ago,
he said.
The DAP refused permission for the proposed
building after a specialist
member, urban planner
Patrick Dick, said he was
against the building and
the sign.
It is going to have an
impact just because of the
sheer scale, he said.
He said the sign would
cover 40% of the linear facade and 26% of the height
of the building.
Another specialist member, planner and land
economist Paul Drechler,
said he thought the sign was
reasonable.
It is just a large electronic
means of communication,
he said.

Former Salvo in court on sex charges


An elderly former Salvation
Army church member appeared
in Perth Magistrates Court on
Tuesday on charges relating to
child sexual offences.
Four are alleged to have taken
place in Subiaco.
William Edwin Steele (71) is
alleged to have committed 10 offences in Subiaco, Gosnells, North
Perth and Bentley between 1963
and 1989.
Magistrate Felicity Zempilas
heard the Subiaco offences were
alleged to have been committed
against a boy under 14 in 1963.

Detectives charged Mr Steele


with four counts of indecent acts;
three counts of indecent dealing
with a boy under 14; two counts of
indecent assault, and one count of
aggravated indecent assault.
The court heard the other alleged offences had happened in
1978; between 1981 and 1985; and
between 1989 and 1990.
Mr Steele, of Thornlie, was not
required to plead and is next due
in court on July 7.
A police spokeswoman urged
people with any information relating to any incidents between 1963
and 1989 to contact them.

WESTERN METROPOLITAN REGIONAL COUNCIL

EARTH CARERS COORDINATOR


12 Month Full Time Contract
Are you a sustainable living role model? Can you inspire others to want to reduce their
waste?
We are looking for a motivated and energetic person to join our small team at the
WMRC. Someone who will continue the successes of the Earth Carers waste education
behaviour change program in the community and business. The successful applicant
will be good at managing varied projects at once. You will be savvy at engaging with our
target audiences in person and through social media.
A salary package in the order of $60k to $70k will be negotiated depending on
experience and qualications plus up to 15% superannuation is offered. This is
a 12 month full time contract only. The successful applicant will be lling in for team
members who are away on extended leave. Flexibility will be most important in the
tasks undertaken to help the team complete its programme of events for the year.
WMRC offers:
Flexible work hours.
Opportunities for professional development.
Autonomy.
Excellent beach front location with free parking
and convenient public transport access.
Full details are available on the WMRC website www.wmrc.wa.gov.au under the
employment section or request a mailed copy by phoning Lorraine Wyatt on 9384 4003.
For further information about the position, please phone Nabilla Zayan on 9384 4003.
Applications addressing the selection criteria should be received by 4.00pm Monday,
22 June 2015.
JOHN STEVENSON
A/CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

CONSTITUENT MUNICIPALITIES: CITY OF SUBIACO


TOWN OF CLAREMONT TOWN OF COTTESLOE
TOWN OF MOSMAN PARK SHIRE OF PEPPERMINT GROVE

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Austin Robertsons sporting

Pinching myself among the Famers


Oh, what a night!
The entire Hall of Fame night
at Crown Palladium was surreal
I almost felt that when the
clock struck midnight I would
turn into a pumpkin.
In the company of more than
50 years of stars of our national
game, I couldnt imagine what
I had done to deserve being
placed alongside such brilliant,
legendary sporting icons.
This was a place for undeniably cool dudes, Hall of Fame
members, all beaming with
pride at having been accepted
into this most exclusive of
clubs.
I may never attend the glitzy
Academy Awards, but, for me,
this was as good as it gets.
My natural instinct during the
evening was to seek out my fellow goal sneaks, the two Peters,
Hudson and McKenna, and, of
course, the new Legend, Tony
Plugger Lockett.
Hudson was the best full forward of my time, fast enough,
terrific in the air and unbeatable
on the ground.
My best mate, Wally Martin,
tall and distinguished with his
pure white hair, walked straight
up to Hudson and introduced
himself with: Austin Robertson
was a better full forward than
you!
When Peter responded: Who
said so?, Wallys response was:
Austin!
The penny dropped and Peter,
now on Wallys wavelength,

Good on
ya, Cabes
In the next few years, we
will see more West Australian
and South Australian footballers inducted to the AFL Hall
of Fame.
For years, the induction
process has been dominated
by Victorians.
Barry Cable, one of WAs
two homegrown AFL Legends
(the other is Graham Polly
Farmer) has worked behind
the scenes on all that, and the
AFL chairman Mike Fitzpatrick
acknowledged it last week.
I am the first to benefit from
Cabes involvement, and many
more will do so over the next
few years.
To show you what I mean,
heres a team of great WA players I have seen play, but who are
not in the Hall of Fame.
Backs: Brad Hardie (South
Fremantle), Ray Schofield (West
Perth), Mal Atwell (East Perth,
Perth).
Half backs: Brian France
(West Perth), Ken Bagley (Swan
Districts), Ken McAullay (East
Perth).
Centres: Derek Chadwick
(East Perth), Ray Sorrell (East
Fremantle), Mel Whinnen (West
Perth).
Half forwards: Laurie
Kettlewell (Subiaco), Mal Brown
(East Perth), John Gerovich
(South Fremantle).
Forwards: Maurice Rioli
(South Fremantle), Bernie
Naylor (South Fremantle), Mike
Fitzpatrick (Subiaco).
Ruck: Bill Dempsey (West
Perth), Garry Buckenara
(Subiaco), Robert Wiley
(Perth).
Interchange: Nicky Winmar
(South Fremantle), Peter
Featherby (Subiaco), George
Young (Subiaco), John McIntosh
(Claremont).
You can see what Barry Cable
is talking about!

smiled and said: You know


what? He could be right!
But nothing could be further
from the truth.
Hudson played with unfazed
excellence, a picture of smooth
serenity as he made life for all
full backs a nightmare.
While our approach to playing
full forward differed, Hudson
and I did have two things in
common.
In my first year in the VFL, I
kicked 60 goals; a year later, in
his, Hudson booted 57 (okay, I
returned to WA the next year,
while Peter the Great went on
to kick 727 goals in only 129
VFL matches to go with his
994 goals in 159 games back
home in Tassie what a freak
he was!).
And then, in a WA v Victoria
game at Subiaco Oval in 1968,
we each kicked the same score:
he kicked 5.8 (38) and I kicked
6.2 (38) in a game the Vics won
by nine points.
Collingwoods Peter McKenna,
with whom I still keep in touch,
agreed that while he and I were
both reasonably accurate kicks
for goal, each of us had our bad
days.
But in style, endeavour and
reward, McKenna and I were
similar.
As for the master, and newly
minted Legend, Plugger who
could dispute that hes the greatest full forward of them all?
Great players trump experience every time, and Plugger
was a ferocious, no-nonsense
competitor. While he wasnt
brilliant on the ground, he was
a powerhouse overhead and had
a devastatingly accurate drop
punt, delivered with a simple
approach that never varied over
many successful years.
At one point in the night, after
the inductions had been made,
a heavy-set, elderly gentleman
with the jawbone of an ox, approached me, hand extended,
and said: Austin, I just wanted
to meet you and shake your
hand. Your speech was great.
You dont remember me, but
I was in the Victorian team that
played WA in WA, and I recall
playing against you.
For the life of me, I couldnt

Austin Robertson with former Carlton tough man John Nicholls


put a name to the face.
Im John Nicholls, he
said.
Talk about embarrassed!
Big Nic was a giant of the game
in the 1950s and 60s who played
all his football with Carlton,
a colossus of man (though, incredibly, shorter than modern
day power midfielders like Nat
Fyfe and David Mundy) who had
the admiring, and sometimes
fearful, respect of friend and
foe alike.
And so the night went on.
It was bit like going out to

dinner and spotting Frank


Sinatra and the Rat Pack, Henry
Kissinger, Mohammad Ali,
Taylor Swift and the full cast
of The Greatest Show on Earth
at the next table.
Seriously, it was a bit overwhelming!
What a pleasure to catch up
with blokes like Kevin Murray.
Every Friday for the two years
he was at East Perth, he, my
mate Baden Pratt and I used
to have lunch after he had written his weekly column for The
Daily News.

I saw Bob Skilton, my coach


in the VFL, and Denis Marshall,
who played with dash and
derring-do for Geelong and
Claremont, and is, quite rightly,
a WA Legend as well.
Then there was dual Brownlow
Medallist Peter Moore (Wally
told him hed probably get in
the AFL Hall of Fame one day,
when, of course, he was already
in it well done, Wal), Michael
Long, who I was lucky enough to
buy a beer for at the after party,
and Peter Matera, who agreed
with me that you made dozens of
friends in a football life, many of
them from opposition clubs, all
of them wonderful, and simply
irresistible.
Who could forget Roo
Matera, who gave the best
individual performance by a
wingman in a grand final back in
1992, when he kicked five goals
for West Coast to almost singlehandedly hammer the nails into
the Geelong Cats coffin.
It was very pleasing to see
the induction of Fremantle,
North Melbourne and South
Fremantles Peter Bell, along
with Jason Akermanis, a
wonderful livewire ball of
energy, Bob Hammond, who
once smacked me in the gob
when we played in a WA-SA
match at Subi, the silky-smooth
Swan Michael OLoughlin, who
was the mentor for the young
Adam Goodes when he came
into the Sydney system, and Neil
Roberts, the St Kilda centre
half-back with poster-boy looks
from the 50s.
And to think I snuck in as
the sixth member of this years
group!
I am so proud, and so humbled.
And I was privileged that my
table guests were my friends
Shane Warne, Allan Border and
the wonderful, smiling Daphne
Benaud, along with my three
beautiful daughters, Nicola,
Danielle and Jacqueline.
Little surprise that they all
attracted a fair bit more interest than I did!
You know, I might even go
along to next years ceremony
if only to assure myself that I
wasnt dreaming.

Brave Sally
backs it up
SURFING

with Damian Lipscombe


Australias Sally Fitzgibbons
defied her doctors advice and a
ruptured eardrum to beat South
African Bianca Buitendag in
the final of the Fiji Womens
Pro at Cloudbreak earlier this
week.

Sally Fitzgibbons surfed hard to defend her Fiji Womens Pro title this week. Photo: WSL

This is the most special


win I will ever have a tearful Fitzgibbons said after her
inspired performance in the
fifth stop on the WSL Womens
Championship tour.
Her athletic manoeuvres in
large waves made the judges
decision unanimous.
The multiple world bridesmaid is now in third position
behind Hawaiis Carissa Moore
and USAs Cortenay Conlogue.
WAs Jay Davies says hes
stoked at the opportunity to
expand on his quarter final
appearance in Margaret River
Pro after receiving an injury
wildcard from USAs Brett
Simpson last week.
Davies is in 29th position in
the mens CT ratings from that
result.

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