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By DAVID COHEN
On Tuesday morning,
Curtin MP Julie Bishop,
the Foreign Minister with
the cast-iron constitution,
was fresh off the plane from
Paris and hit north Cottesloe
beach early.

By DAVID COHEN
Denyse Rodriguez, whose
Cottesloe dinner party ended
in bashings by strangers, says
Cottesloe needs 24-hour private
security.

Julie Bishop, Curtin MP and Minister for Foreign Aairs, with partner
David Panton at North Cottesloe beach this week, where she is a surf
club member. TOP: Club members applaud the federal donation of
surf-club equipment. Photo: Bret Christian

Market critical
to Subis future

By LLOYD GORMAN

Subiacos fledgling weekend


market should be given the
chance to prove itself, according to a local business group.
Subiaco Village Retailers
Association president David
Maxwell defended the Markets
on Rokeby, which opened seven
weeks ago.
The new market has had major
teething problems with competition from other markets and has
upset some business owners
around Rokeby Road, who say
it is hurting their trade.
Those traders argue closing
Rokeby Road for the markets

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has reduced access and parking, and turned the street into
a dead zone.
Mr Maxwell said markets were
a vital part of the Subiaco brand
and the new one could play an
important role in boosting the
local economy.
Subiacos reputation as a
market centre has suffered
since the Pavilion Market
closed about eight years ago
and the Station Street market
closed in July.
The success of these markets
will be critical to the success of
Subiaco, he said.
There have been some problems and issues in setting them

up but it is still very early days


and these can be worked through
by the market operators and
businesses.
The majority of our members
are positive about the market
and want it to succeed because
they know what it could mean
for the area.
It is already bringing in large
numbers of visitors and if given
a chance will develop into a
major attraction and source of
vibrancy.
It opens up opportunities
for existing and established
retailers and businesses to
capitalise on.
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Her call at Wednesday nights


electors annual general meeting was backed by ratepayers
association president John
Hammond.
On November 2, police took 2
hours to get to Ms Rodriguezs
Curtin Avenue home after she,
her brother, and his girlfriend
were attacked by members of
a roaming group (POST, Nov 7).
If wed had a private security
patrol and they had a phone call,
they could have responded, Ms
Rodriguez said.
They would have prevented
the attack on my family.
Ms Rodriguez said a firm had
quoted her $240,000 a year for
patrols.
That works out to about $26
for every Cottesloe resident,
she said.
I would like the council to
consider providing private security for Cottesloe.
The vote for Cottesloe to explore the feasibility of private
security perhaps with Mosman
Park and Peppermint Grove
was 22-1.

Denyse Rodrigues with a damaged guests car. TOP: Her brother


Gavin after the attack.
John Street resident Chris
Wiggins was supportive.
Councils probably have to
rely more on private security,
he said.
We need to start looking at
a municipal police situation.
Marine Parade resident Shirley
Primeau said she had seen an increase in antisocial behaviour. I
see it from my balcony, she said.
Sydney Street resident and
former councillor Greg Boland
voted against the motion.
I was horrified when I
read about [the attack on Ms
Rodriguez and her family]
on the front of the POST, Mr
Boland said.
He said privatisation of the
toilets at Indiana, for example,
had not worked well.

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December 19, 2015

Curtin Ave gang victim:

Beach run blows


away the Paris chill

She and her partner,


Melbourne pharmacist and
property developer David
Panton, ran on the soft sand
from the North Cottesloe Surf
Life Saving Club to Grant
Street, then south to the groyne
and back to the club.
Ms Bishop said her beach
run was a welcome relief after
six days of very intense climate
talks and negotiations in Paris.
It took her two all-nighters
to help get Australias side of
the deal through.
I believe technological
breakthroughs will be the
game-changer for climate
change, Ms Bishop said
after breakfast on the Blue
Duck balcony with Claremont
resident and businessman
John Poynton and his wife
Di Bain.
She also welcomed Prime
Minister Malcolm Turnbulls
lifting of Tony Abbotts ban
on government investment in
wind power.
We believe investors should
have a choice, Ms Bishop said.
The market will determine.
The biggest scare at the Paris
talks had been at 7pm on the
Saturday, she said.
A mistake in a paragraph
was discovered: it said developed countries shall, instead
of should, about industrialised countries tackling climate
change, Ms Bishop said.
John Kerry was on the
phone to Barack Obama for
45 minutes.
Up to that point, I was confident it would pass.
On Saturday night, I was
not so sure.

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LEstrange map draws a blank on Bold Park


Last weeks POST reported
that Churchlands MP Sean
LEstrange was surveying his
electors on their preferred location for a new western suburb
high school (LEstrange asks
voters to choose site).
In our opinion, his survey
has no credibility, and there
seems to be a worrying lack of
communication between Mr
LEstrange and those planning
the school.
The Friends of Bold Park
Bushland is especially concerned that the survey does
not refer to Bold Park, though
two potential sites are within it.
Bold Park is not on the surveys map.
It is neither named nor coloured green like all other parks
on the map.
Instead, there is a huge, blank
space in the centre of the map
where Bold Park is.
Yet Bold Park, with its
popular Reabold Hill, is a very
signicant A-class conservation reserve, managed by the
Botanic Gardens and Parks
Authority, which also manages
Kings Park.
Is Bold Park being overlooked
because it is seen as vacant by
those planning the new school?

If its existence is being downplayed, does this mean that the


risk of locating a school for 2000
students within an extensive
bushfire-prone area is also
being downplayed?
Mr LEstrange does not acknowledge that there is what
he terms conservation resistance to the use of the old high
school site together with the old
drive-in site.
This option would involve
significant incursions into
adjoining parts of Bold Park,
including high conservation
value bush that surrounds the
old drive-in.
On the other hand, it seems
that conservation issues for
Fred Burton Park, near the
beach, which contains another
possible school site, could be
addressed.
This park is big enough for
development to be contained
within the grassed areas, leaving the vegetated coastal dunes
intact.
The Friends of Bold Park
Bushland hopes the community
is given a formal opportunity to
comment on detailed proposals.
Stephanie Clegg
president, Friends of Bold Park
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Churchlands MP Sean LEstrange


responds:
Stephanie Clegg and the Friends
of Bold Park play an important role
in advocating for the preservation
of Bold Park bush.
My survey is designed to give
constituents an opportunity to
let me know their thoughts with
regards to the pros and cons of
the Education Departments four
proposed possible new high school
sites in the Churchlands electorate.
I am pleased to have received
feedback from many constituents
and I am glad to receive Stephanies
feedback.
I will make sure this feedback is
conveyed to the Minister.
Building a new high school in our
area is an exciting project that is
necessary for our growing student
population.
This is full of location challenges.
I will always push for the best
possible outcome for constituents
whereby we can aim to preserve
the natural surrounds, such as
the bush, while also mitigating
local trac management issues,
and minimising the impact on
surrounding households.
Not withstanding these challenges, I see the provision of an
outstanding education for boys
and girls in our area as a core
state government responsibility and I thank the community
for engaging me on this issue.

We applauded pool project


The report, Bradleys pool
motion sunk (POST, December
5), quoted Cambridge councillor
Rod Bradley as saying that former
mayor Simon Withers and former
deputy mayor Alan Langer had
originally opposed rebuilding Bold
Park Pool.

It seems his mouth has once again


run off and he has got it wrong.
I applauded the council decision
to build this magnicent facility
and at no time did Mr Withers or
I oppose the rebuild.
Alan Langer
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POST, December 19, 2015 Page 3

Lib squabble raises more Link doubt


By LOUISA WALES
A rift between state and federal Liberal leaders over when
and whether to build the second stage of the controversial
Perth Freight Link has raised
a big question mark about
whether the truck freeway will
ever reach North Fremantle.
Premier and Cottesloe MP
Colin Barnett told the POST
construction of Roe 8 would
take three years.
During this time further decisions about the rest of the

freight link would be made, a


clear signal he was not going
to be rushed by Prime Minister
Malcolm Turnbull.
This leaves open the possibility that trucks reaching the end
of stage 1 will eventually turn
left to Kwinana, instead of right
to Fremantle.
This is the current plan, one
that would profoundly affect
North Fremantle, Mosman Park
and Cottesloe.
In the wake of Mr Turnbulls
Perth visit last week, during
which he expressed his strong

support for the project, it is


unclear whether Mr Barnett
will accept the additional
$237million in federal funds
Mr Turnbull offered as an inducement.
Mr Turnbull expressed impatience with Mr Barnetts hesitation in committing to build the
second stage of the link.
Mr Barnett has said he cannot understand why the federal
government is so keen on the
project.
Only a few months ago Mr
Barnett was unequivocally in

favour of the complete project,


pitching it as a crucial piece of
state infrastructure.
Cottesloe Residents and
Ratepayers Association president John Hammond said he
believed Mr Barnett now understood that the freight link
could be detrimental in his own
electorate as well as beyond.
This appeared to be motivating
him to defer the second stage
of the project and reconsider.
I think Mr Barnett is denitely appreciating it might
have a negative effect in his own

electorate, Mr Hammond said.


You can see that in his desire to slow the process down
and more carefully assess what
should happen in stage two.
The difference of opinion
between Mr Turnbull and Mr
Barnett illustrated that Mr
Barnett had a better grip on the
potential pitfalls of the project,
Mr Hammond said.
I think theres now a clear
split between the state Liberal
leader and the federal Liberal
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Way cleared for


Tukuruas sale

By BRET CHRISTIAN

Art and music Kaylin Hoopers creativity in just two dimensions means she is in funds at a crucial time
of year. Photo: Billie Fairclough

Lemon aids Kaylins win


UWA student Kaylin
Hooper used to walk through
Claremonts Lemon Lane
every day.
Her observation skills paid
off this week when she won
Claremont councils photographic social media competition.
Kaylins photo of herself
playing a piano on the wall
was judged the best of the 140
entries.
The photo won her a $1000
shopping spree in Claremonts
town centre.
I used to work at The
Tuition Centre, in Old Theatre
Lane, and Id walk through
Lemon every day, Kaylin
(21) said.
The photo was my idea, my

bestie took the photo and Id


said Id share the prize.
But hes in Africa, so good
luck getting any of the prize.
The prize comprises a $500
voucher from the councils
Claremont Now project
and the same amount from
Claremont Quarter, to be spent
in its complex.
I might get some cycling
shoes and a proper bike lock,
Kaylin said.
The $500 from the Quarter
will probably go on Christmas
presents.
The council said the most
common competition entry
theme was food and beverage.
But Kaylin said she wanted
to do something different.
My friend is an artist and
Im right into music, she said.

I play a bit of piano and Im


in a couple of groups at UWA.
Kaylin recently finished
her honours degree in public
health and will study medicine
from next year.
Claremont mayor Jock
Barker said Kaylins photograph encapsulated everything
people loved about Claremont.
Its vibrant, creative and
energetic, he said.
Just like the town centre.
Kaylin put a creative spin
on one of the towns much
loved places and is a worthy
competition winner.
He said visitors to the town
centre were encouraged
to share their images via
Facebook or Instagram using
the #claremonttowncentre
hashtag.

A bizarre stand-off over the sale


of Tukurua, one of Cottesloes
most prominent houses, is on the
brink of being resolved, with the
owner Ted Smith agreeing this
week to sell the house to mining
magnate Andrew Forrest and his
wife Nicola.
But settlement met a hitch on
Thursday, so the cash had yet to
be handed over and the deal done
at the time of going to press.
Mr Smith (82) signed a contract
in March to sell his house to Mr
Forrest for $16million, with settlement due on September 1.
But Mr Smith did not want to
proceed with the sale and did
not sign the transfer documents
in time.
He had a sworn valuation of the
property for $23.7million.
He was then served with a
notice charging interest at more
than $2000 a day.
Mr Smith erected a sign at the
front of his property offering to
pay $1million for Syrian refugee
welfare if Mr Forrest would cancel the sale.

Ted Smith outside Tukurua, his


home for 43 years.
He took down the sign after
neighbours complained.
The settlement agreement
contains a number of conditions, including that the penalty
interest be waived, and that Mr
Smith could have the use of the
entire house free of charge until
March 31.
After that he could stay rentfree in the annex where he now
lives until July 2017.
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A prickly problem
Early this month, while walking back from beach
along the old Boulevard Road reserve, a POST reader
found a succulent in the bush in a red clay pot.
If you have had this pot stolen from your yard,
please call the POST for details on how to collect it.

Hi Mum, it
aint half hot
Attention former Brits
and homesick tourists: if you want to say
Happy Christmas to your
mum back home, be at
Cottesloe Beach this Friday,
December 18, from 5.45pm.
ITVs breakfast TV show
This Morning will be crossing live to the evening
sand, enabling crowds to
fly Union Jacks, wave and
pass on sunny messages
to their colder relatives
shivering by the heater in
Blighty.
The segments, airing from 6.30pm here,
(10.30am in London) will
be hosted by Tod Johnston.

It can get really emotional when people are


saying hi to their families,
so far away at Christmas,
segment producer Jacqui
Lang said.
Some young parents
are showing off their new
babies to the grandparents
back home for the very
first time, so as well as the
cheering there are always
a few tears.

Present for Twiggy

Andrew Forrest has got


some extra Christmas gift
spending money.
The Cottesloe resident
had a $200 bond returned
to him, according to the
councils latest list of accounts.
The money was made out
to Fortescue Metals Group.

Lost property icon

Coee and sympathy

Property supremo Joe


Lenzo, who once singled out
Cottesloe as a poster-child
anti-development lobby
community, is stepping
down from the helm of the
WA Property Council in
March 2016.
Mr Lenzo, who held the
position for more than 15
years, made the announcement last week.
This industry has made
such a positive and remarkable contribution to the
states built environment,
and in recent years has
delivered the projects that
have transformed Perth into
one of the most vibrant and
liveable cities in the world,
he said.
In 2013, at the height of the
state governments council
cull policy, he said: In the
western suburbs weve got to
get rid of the Cottesloes and
the mindsets of the people
who actually live there, and
try to get some development
happening.

Coffee came with a serving of flash mob justice for


some Subiaco caf patrons
last Saturday morning.
Members of the Western
Suburbs Amnesty Group
staged a flash mob outside
Brew Ha cafe.
It was part of a campaign
to highlight concerns over
the high levels of imprisonment of indigenous
children.
We are very concerned
that when indigenous children offend, they are not

The lights are still on


Not-so-festive gremlins
tinkered with a report in last
weeks Christmas feature,
about the spectacular light
show the Johnstone family
have installed in their front
garden at 184 Heytesbury
Road, Subiaco (Light show
spreads the joy).
The lights are on every
night from 7 to 9.30pm,
until December 31, and raise
funds for St John of Gods
Raphael Services, which
help and support parents
and families experiencing
anxiety and depression
during pregnancy or after
childbirth.

Gasps in court
over seatbelt ne
People in a Perth court
gasped when they learnt
the minimum fine for not
wearing a seatbelt.
Last Friday in the
Magistrates Court, George
Athanasiou changed his
plea to guilty after he had
been charged with the offence in August.
Magistrate Andrew
Maughan heard police
watched six people leave a
pub and get into a Toyota
Hilux, which had only five
seatbelts.
The driver had not
been drinking the rest
had, a police prosecutor
said.
They were going only
2km.
Mr Maughan heard Mr
Athanasiou was worried
about losing demerit
points for the offence.
We are not seeking
court costs, the prosecutor said.
Mr Maughan said he
would fine Mr Athanasiou
the minimum there were
gasps at the $550 amount.
The Road Safety
Commissions website
says a driver not wearing a
seatbelt with four or more
unrestrained passengers
can be fined $900 and lose
four demerit points.
The moral of the story:
buckle up, and be safe this
Christmas.

offered diversion to noncustodial forms of punishment at the same rate


as white children, said
group convener Stephanie
Withers.
Indigenous children can
be locked up hundreds of
miles from their country
and community.
Amnestys A Brighter
Future report highlights
that Aboriginal children
as young as 10 are being
taken away and locked
up.

Ready to swoop Margaret Owens Christmas card is


a stunner.

Tis the season to prey


Margaret Owen has
the best Christmas card
in town.
Thats the verdict of
several POSTies, who
cooed over Margarets
photo on her card, showing a goshawk preparing
to swoop.
Margaret wrote earlier

this month about the bird


of prey tearing her shirt
and wounding her shoulder in the Underwood
Avenue bush.
We are privileged
that such birds of prey
can breed in the city,
the intrepid Wembley
photographer said.

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POST, December 19, 2015 Page 5

Grove Airbnb
gets reprieve

Short-stay antics
upset neighbours

Tasha Sheldrick can let her


Airbnb guests stay in her
Peppermint Grove home after
Christmas.
On Tuesday night, shire councillors deferred Ms Sheldricks
application which had been
recommended for refusal until
the February council meeting.
Mrs Sheldrick has rented it
for a week and people are coming from England, planning
manager Michael Whitbread
told councillors.
On Tuesday night councillor
Karen Farley said: It would be
safer to defer.
The Sheldricks want $849 a
night for their five-bedroom
home in Johnston Street, but in
October neighbours complained
to the council about guest
noise (Airbnb in Peppermint
Grove? Surely not ..., POST,
December 5).
In October there were vehicles parked all over the verge
and road, a neighbour said
last week.
It looked like people were
moving in to party.
Mr Whitbreads report recommended Ms Sheldricks application be refused, because the
Grove town planning scheme
did not allow short-term rentals
in a residential home.

By DAVID COHEN
Strippers at bucks nights and
defecation in stairwells are some
of the problems from short-stay
tenants, Cottesloe residents say.

Jack Barrett makes a hot drink for his mother Tania Graves, as therapists Carrie Kane, back left, and Jacinta Martino-Kelderman, look on.

Jack swings into tea


City Beach Primary School
student Jack Barrett (10)
learnt to pour boiling water
this week using a special
kettle.
Jack is paralysed on one
side.
The kettle is hinged between two uprights allowing
it to swing. All Jack has to do
is push a handle forward to
pour water.
Jacks mother Tania Graves

said the kettle and other special equipment were great for
his independence.
I want him to be as independent as possible, Ms
Graves said.
Jack said the new kettle
made things easier.
Though Jack drinks only
Milo, he had been regularly
making his mother tea in the
mornings, which made him
feel good, Ms Graves said.

Peter Gough and Patricia


Carmichael live in units in a
Marine Parade block and want
the council to crack down on
owners who rent their properties
for short stays.
There are bucks parties, strippers, and guys running around
drunk off their faces, Mr Gough
told Wednesday nights electors
annual general meeting at the
Cottesloe Civic Centre.
You tell them to tone it down
and youre threatened with getting
your head punched in, he said.
Mr Gough said when he had
complained to the council a year
ago, he had been told the shortstayers would be stopped but
nothing had happened.
Peppermint Grove council has
taken action and Bayswater has
adopted a policy, Mr Gough said.
He said he feared if short-stay
tenants damaged the building it
would not be covered by insurance.

Ms Carmichael said there had


been defecation in the blocks
stairwells, a pot plant had been
thrown through a window, and a
garage door had been smashed.
It is a nightmare living there,
she said.
The doorbell is rung at 2, 3, and
4 oclock in the morning.
This council really needs to
get its act together and start addressing the problem.
Planning manager Andrew
Jackson said the council could
look at a broad planning policy.

Secret rent session


Claremont councillors went
into secret mode for 11 minutes
this week to discuss a potential
tenant for the Station Masters
House in Gugeri Street.
After the confidential chat,
acting mayor Peter Browne said
the report and recommendation
would stay secret.
The building served as
Claremonts HQ for several
years after the old council
building was razed by fire in
November 2010.

Plunketts ready to comply


By JACOB NAZROO
Marcus and Pamela
Plunkett are unhappy but
will comply with Peppermint
Groves demand they set their
planned house back another
3m or not build at all, according to their architect.
The architect, Philippa
Mowbray, said: I understand
the council is in a difficult
position as well and its nice
[the Plunketts] finally have
something they can work with.
The Plunketts have tried to
knock over their category two
heritage-listed property at 58
The Esplanade and rebuild
for over two years, but councillors have disagreed with
their plans.
One of the councils previous refusals was taken by

An impression of the Plunketts


proposed house.
the Plunketts to the State
Administrative Tribunal,
where it was also knocked
back.
The tribunal cited four factors that needed to be looked
at: location, scale, form and
material.
In reference to those factors, shire president Rachel
Thomas said at Tuesdays
council meeting: I am not
sure we are there yet.

But she said the new design


was a great improvement on
the initial ones.
The Plunketts first plan in
2013 was for the replacement
building to be 11m forward of
the existing one.
The Plunketts neighbours,
including Nigel and Denise
Satterley, were then concerned the Plunketts planned
house would be too close to
theirs.
The houses either side of the
Plunketts block are category
one heritage-listed.
Shire vice-president Charles
Hohnen said: I would like to
get [this issue] away if we can.
We are not here to design
houses but we are here to
make sure [proposals] fit in.
It will never be forgiven if
it does not.

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Lets do lunch

By DAVID COHEN

Clubs are great places to


learn how to get on with people,
says Joyce Young.
Joyce of Claremont, was
recently re-elected president
of the 121-year-old Karrakatta
Club, which has about 300
women members.
We would like to see that
number increase, Joyce said.
You make some very close
friendships that last and meet
a great number of people.
Once in a while youll meet
someone at lunch and think afterwards, Ill avoid that person.
It teaches you to get on with
all sorts of people.
Joyce has been a member
of the club in Sherwood Court
for about 25 years and was also
president from 2000 to 2002.
The immediate past-president,
Maureen Paris, died after a fall
down stairs.
The club needs a period of
guiding, Joyce said.
She said most members were
45 and over, but there were some
women in their 30s.
We have had a nice influx of
younger members from along

My family call me the Big Poobah


the Terrace, Joyce said.
Were about to open for one
or two nights a week until 7pm,
so members can relax and have
a drink before going home.
Like most clubs, ours has to
renew itself constantly if it is
to survive.
Members are women with
interests in art, literature, music,
science and social concerns.
Joyce was born in Holland
and after coming to Australia
worked for her husbands
familys company, a medical
supply wholesaler.
A friend first took me to the
club when I was working for the
company, Joyce said.
On Tuesdays there were
lectures and lunch, and it was a
place to meet people away from
business and stress.
The wife of WAs first premier
John Forrest, Lady Margaret
Elvire Forrest, was a founding
member of the club.
I admire Edith Cowan, of
course, Joyce said. She was
a founder and the second
president and a great, great

woman.
In 1923 club members decided
to align with the international
movement of Lyceum clubs.
It means were affiliated
with 69 clubs in 17 countries,
Joyce said.
I am the Lyceum vicepresident for the southern
hemisphere.
My family call me the Big
Poobah.
In May next year, a Lyceum
symposium with lectures will
be held in Holland.
Its a wonderful dimension to
our club and makes us broader
in our outlook, Joyce said.
She said the club welcomed
new members.
We would ask if theres
anyone you know who is a
member, Joyce said.
You would come in a few
times and see how you enjoy it.
We would make absolutely
sure shes happy being a
member.
Joyce has just finished an
honours degree in German and
French at UWA.

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Scaffidi gets nod for more overseas trips


By LLOYD GORMAN
Perth councillors have given
lord mayor Lisa Scaffidi the
green light to make two international ratepayer-funded
trips a year.
Ms Scaffidi and a member of the
councils staff will be able to go
to Houston, Texas, and another
city to attend meetings of the
World Energy Cities Partnership.

The WECP meets every May in


Houston and again for its annual
general meeting, in one of the
22 cities from which members
are drawn.
This years AGM was held in
Rio de Janeiro in late October.
Ms Scaffidi was returned for
a third four-year term as mayor
on October 17.
PCC councillors voted to extend
a deal for her to represent Perth

at the two annual meetings.


The councils economic development manager has also been
cleared for the trips.
Councillors voted to approve
sufficient funds were allocated
in the councils annual budget to
meet their costs without further
reference to the council.
Ms Scaffidi, a former flight attendant, was elected president
of the WECP in 2009, a position

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Hammond blasts
Indiana mortgage
What will Cottesloe ratepayers
get out of the proposed $4.7million Indiana project?
Councillors got another blast
on Monday night about the ambitious plans for the building, in
Marine Parade, before they went
into secret mode and deferred the
project until February next year.
Ratepayers association president John Hammond said the plan
should be deferred.
It would be an enormous encumbrance on the town, its finances
and people, he said.
We dont want a second or third
mortgage on future generations.
I really cant see what the residents get out of it.
Mr Hammond said the muchcomplained-about toilets beneath
Indiana were an issue separate
from the multi-million-dollar redevelopment project.
The building is severely degrading, he said.
It will need $100,000 a year in
ongoing maintenance costs.
People at the council meeting
applauded Mr Hammond for his
remarks.
Mayor Jo Dawkins took 10 questions from resident Roger Weston
on notice.
Mr Westons queries were about
subjects including Indiana tenant
Red Rock Leisures lease obligations, the legal advice sought by
the council over the issue, and how
many public submissions had been
in support of the redevelopment.
Mr Weston also asked about
the councils response to Indiana

Watch out, Joe


Blakes are about
Mosman Park council has
warned ratepayers not to approach or aggravate snakes in
the area.
If you find a snake in your
garden, or in your house, contact
the Wildcare Helpline on 9474
9055 to be referred to a volunteer
reptile remover.
If volunteers are unavailable,
there are commercial snake
removal services.
Advice can be provided by
phoning the Department of
Parks and Wildlife on 9219 9840.

Delayed No decision will be made


about Indiana until at least February.
designer Lawrence Scanlans alternative to the $4.7million plan.
Last week, Mr Scanlan said his
plan could be done for less than
$500,000 without using the space
now occupied by the beach kiosk
(Whistle blown on Indiana,
POST, December 12).
Red Rock had told the council it
would not give up the kiosk space
without being allowed to build a
new cafe and bar partly on public
land facing Marine Parade, according to a council report.
Mr Scanlan told last weeks
meeting that this would involve
removing a date palm and a grove
of casuarina trees, now heavily
used by beachgoers as a casual
shaded area, sheltered from strong
onshore winds.
They have huge community
use, Mr Scanlan said.
He said that in the big revamp
plan, the grassed terraces would
be taken up with the hard surfaces
of the Indiana and beachgoers
would have to make a long trek
from the beach to buy cool drinks
or ice-creams.
The toilets can be upgraded
without becoming entwined in
negotiations with the lessee about
the kiosk, he said.
He presented drawings showing modernising, expanding and
upgrading the toilets on the existing footprint without touching the
existing kiosk.
He said his plan could be completed, with all-new fittings and
tiling, for less than $500,000.
Mr Scanlan said he had seen no
evidence that 28 toilet stalls were
required.
His plan involved increasing the
male stalls from three to six and
female from six to 11.

Asquith Street reserve could be turned into 16 parking bays to ease the parking shortfall near the Mt
Claremont shops, but it wont go down without a fight.

Asquith parking draws crowd


By JACOB NAZROO
Nedlands councils investigation into where to provide
more parking for the busy Mt
Claremont shops will spread
beyond Asquith Street.
An argument between Mt
Claremont business owners
who want more customer
parking near Asquith Street
and opposing local residents
dominated Tuesday nights
Nedlands council meeting.
Twelve people the majority of speakers on the night
spoke to the meeting about
Asquith Street parking, with
proponents from both sides.
The dispute started when
Karen Hughie-Williams applied to turn her lunch bar
into a restaurant, which
Nedlands planning officer
Peter Mickelson said would
make the area busier.
There is already a parking
shortfall in the area, with only
about 30 bays for the precinct.
Mr Mickelson said the fur-

ther 15 bays required for a


restaurant would make the
total shortfall 85.
So, at least to try to accommodate Ms Hughie-Williams
application, Mr Mickelson
suggested using a nearby reserve for parking, with room
for 16 cars.
But many residents opposed
this idea.
At the meeting, a resident
and business analyst with
WA police asked councillors
to investigate other options to
make more bays.
He criticised the council for
its lack of methodical investigation and for not surveying
local residents.
Other opponents said the
park was an amenity in the
area, used often by local people.
Councillor Leo McManus
said he had lived near the park
for more than 30 years and had
very rarely seen it used.
He described opposition to
the 16 bays as fanciful nonsense.
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the park, Mr McManus interrupted, saying: What a load
of nonsense you are talking.
Mr Hay shouted in response:
We should learn not to interrupt when I have the floor.
Deli Chicchi owner Glen
Chapman urged the council
to find a solution as quickly
as possible.
I am a single parent, I do
not need this crap, he said.
I am trying to run a business.
Technical services director
Mark Goodlet said that since
the council had asked city
staff to investigate how serious
parking problems were in the
area, they had written to land
owners.
City staff are expected to
investigate potential building sites in the area and
report back to the council in
February with details of the
investigation.

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Subiaco scene

Waste and recycling collection


over the festive period

Subiaco Library book club

All waste and recycling services will continue as usual over the
festive period, except bins normally collected on Christmas Day
and New Years Day will be collected the following day. Make sure
your bins are ready by the roadside by 6am on collection day.
The city will be providing extra red-topped paper recycling bins
at Lords Recreation Centre and the Subiaco Library for any excess
Christmas present paper and cardboard you may have. Please see
the festive season closures below for details of opening hours.
Best wishes for a safe and happy holiday season.

Community notices

Subiaco Library book club is currently reading The Torch


by Peter Twohig. Due to the holiday season there are
a few changes to the usual meeting times.

Q Development applications received

Book club will meet on Tuesday 29 December at 1.30pm,


Sunday 3 January at 3pm and Tuesday 5 January at 6.30pm.
For more information, to join the book club or to
reserve The Torch contact the library on 9237 9300
or library@subiaco.wa.gov.au

The playground equipment in Richard Diggins Park, located in


Park Street, Subiaco, has almost reached the end of its safe,
useful life and is due for replacement as part of the citys
Capital Improvements Program.
In September 2015 the city commenced a consultation process
for its replacement and thanks to your feedback we have three
design options.
We now need to select a design and would love to have you as
part of this process.
Visit www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/haveyoursay and spend some
time considering which option would most meet the needs of
you and your children. You can then cast your vote to choose
which of the proposed playspaces you would like to see installed.
Voting closes at 5pm on Friday 5 February 2016.
For more information or any queries about this project please
contact the citys community engagement team on 9237 9240
or engagement@subiaco.wa.gov.au

Mayors Christmas lunch


The city would like to extend a warm invitation to those in the
community who may not have family and friends nearby to join
Mayor Henderson for the citys annual Christmas lunch.

See Subi from the Sky exhibition

The lunch will be held at 12pm on Christmas Day at the


Subiaco Community Centre, 203 Bagot Road, Subiaco. If you
would like to attend, please contact the city on 9237 9273 or
city@subiaco.wa.gov.au by Tuesday 22 December.

Visit Subiaco Museum and trace the development of the city


from above using maps and aerial images. Learn about signicant
events that shaped the different Subiaco suburbs and watch the
city grow and change around your favourite Subiaco places.
The museum is open to the public Tuesday to Friday from 1pm
to 4pm and Saturday from 12pm to 4pm. For more information
and details on the museums amended holiday operating hours,
visit the citys website or contact the museum on 9237 9227.

Shape up your summer at Lords


This December, Lords Recreation Centre is offering all new
members the chance to join for the entire summer for just
$199. Thats up to three months of training to help you kick
start your new years resolutions.
Including access to the gym, pool, spa, group tness classes
and much more, you can join now and work out until the end
of February for less than $200.
For more information, visit www.lords.com.au

School holiday activities


Save the date! During January there will be fun activities
happening at Subiaco Library and Lords Recreation Centre over
the summer school holidays.
For all events on at Subiaco Library check out the website
www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/events
To check out whats happening at Lords, visit
www.lords.com.au

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10 Redfern Street,
Subiaco

Alterations and additions


to an existing dwelling

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

Looking for something to do over the summer holidays?

Richard Diggins playspace


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Whats happening in Subi


Qsunset@subi Adam Hall and the Velvet
Playboys
The Playboys will bring a slick and energetic set as they take to
the stage performing their signature jazz, rhythm and
blues sounds.
Sunday 3 January, 5pm
JH Abrahams Reserve, The Avenue, Crawley Foreshore
For more information, visit
www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/concerts

QSee Subi on Sunday Premier precinct


Take a ninety minute guided walk around the suburb of
Daglish exploring its history and pocket parks.
Sunday 10 January, 1.30pm
Start and nish on the corner of McCallum Avenue and
Stubbs Terrace, Daglish
For more information, visit www.subiaco.wa.gov.au

QMarkets on Rokeby
Discover some of the best locally grown and developed
products from all over Western Australia.
Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 December, 9am to 4pm
(reopening 16 January) Rokeby Road between Barker Road
and Hay Street
For more information, visit www.marketsonrokeby.com.au

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Festive season closures


Opening times for the citys ofces and facilities over the Christmas and New Year period are as follows:
Date
Tues 22 December
Wed 23 December
Thurs 24 December
Fri 25 December
Christmas Day
Sat 26 December
Boxing Day
Sun 27 December
Mon 28 December
Boxing Day public
holiday
Tues 29 December
Wed 30 December
Thurs 31 December
Fri 1 January
New Years Day
Sat 2 January
Sun 3 January
Mon 4 January

Administration and
Operations centres
8.30am 5pm
8.30am 5pm
8.30am 2pm

Lords

Library

Museum

5.45am 9pm
5.45am 9pm
5.45am 12pm

9.30am 8pm
9.30am 8pm
9.30am 12pm

1pm 4pm
1pm 4pm
Closed

Tom Dadour
Community Centre
8am 4pm
8am 4pm
Finish at 12pm

Closed

Closed

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Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

8am 12pm

Closed

Meals on Wheels

In home service

8am 4pm
8am 4pm
Finish at 12pm

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POST, December 19, 2015 Page 9

$1000 reward
for bell return

Cuts dampen UWA party


By LLOYD GORMAN

Two businessmen are offering a $1000 reward for the


return of City Beach Primary
Schools bell.

Festive cheer was scarce at


UWAs Christmas party last
week.
In a break with tradition, vicechancellor Paul Johnson had
given his end-of-year address
two days before the big bash.
That was when he told academics and other staff that 300
of their jobs would go before
next Christmas.
On the day of the party, held in
and around the University Club, a
big group of concerned university
staff and supporters gathered on
the fringes of the party.
They carried out an orderly
protest for about two hours,
chanting slogans about the cuts
and carrying banners.
They handed out stickers to
party guests many of whom
accepted them and wore them
bearing slogans such as Am
I one of the 300?
A singer performed for the
party from a covered stage
where a podium and microphone had been set up, but an
expected address by Professor
Johnson did not happen.
A uni staffer whose job could
be on the line placed a Shame
UWA poster in front of the
podium, which was removed
soon afterwards.
Nedlands mayor Max Hipkins
said council representatives had
not been invited to this years
Christmas party.

Philosophical argument Protesters dont think much of vice-chancellor Paul Johnsons logic in axing
jobs. INSET: A Christmas message for Professor Johnson.
Union, blamed poor management at the university for staff
members sombre mood.
He said the crisis should
prompt the Labor Party to
reconsider its support for the
City of Perth Bill in Parliament.
The Bill proposes shifting the
boundaries of the City of Perth
so UWAs Crawley campus is no
longer in Subiaco and Nedlands
council areas.

It came as a bit of a surprise,


because I had been invited and
attended in previous years, Mr
Hipkins said.
I can only assume that UWA
is turning its back on its local
community as it is courting the
City of Perth to confirm the
proposed boundary change.
UWA academic Jamie OShea,
president of the UWA branch of
the National Tertiary Education

Labor should side with UWA


staff rather than university
management, Mr OShea said.
On Thursday morning, about
100 academics and staff protested on the corner of Winthrop
Avenue and Mounts Bay Road.
Eileen Glynn, from the
National Tertiary Education
Union, said it would take the
job cut dispute to the Fair Work
Commission.

David Grant and Dean Stanley


said they were heartbroken to
read about the incident (City
Beach school wants its bell
back, POST, December 12).
When I was at primary school,
in Gingin, we had something
similar, David said.
City Beach has such a beautiful tradition and it is such a
shame for coming generations.
The schools final-year students take turns to ring the
school bell on their last day
of primary school, which was
Thursday this week.
Since the bell disappeared
from the school grounds on the
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29, students have been making
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children at the school, but David
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Bigger slice of Nth Freo welcome


The Mosman Park Residents
and Ratepayers Association
supports transferring more
North Fremantle land to
its council than residents
proposed to the Local
Government Advisory Board.
Last month, 165 North
Fremantle residents petitioned the LGAB to secede
from Fremantle council.
At a public meeting in the
North Fremantle Community
Hall on November 30, residents condemned Fremantle
council for the lack of services
it provided to the areas forgotten people.

They want Mosman Parks


boundary to be extended south
to Craig Street, just before the
Dingo Flour mill.
But in the ratepayer associations submission to the
LGAB, president Paul Shaw
said: The association would
also support other boundary
reallocations that extend the
Town of Mosman Park municipality west and/or south
of the transfer that has been
proposed.
Mr Shaw said Mosman Park
and North Fremantle residents
had common values, needs and
interests.
Residents of both Mosman

Just the ticket


Cottesloe council has spent $19,250 replacing its parking ticket system.
Perth firm Civica Pty Ltd got $14,784 for the
project, and council IT consultant Brendon
Pember got $4466.
Council CEO Mat Humfrey said the state
governments Fines Enforcement Registry
had recently changed the way infringement
information was sent to it and payment information received.
This required the replacement of our
old infringement management system, Mr
Humfrey said.

Park and the affected area


in North Fremantle attend
the same schools, sporting
clubs (junior and senior),
recreational areas and shopping centres, he said in the
submission.
The Town of Mosman Park
is best positioned to undertake
evaluations of development
proposals in the affected area
particularly when it comes
to evaluating and managing
traffic management issues.
On Tuesday night, the
Mosman Park council went
into closed session to endorse
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collected every week. Your other
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Mosman steers clear


of beggar controls
By DAVID HUDLESTON
Mosman Park has voted
against using its rangers to
police beggars and buskers at
local shopping centres.

Cross about the danger Cottesloe councillor Mark Rodda and mayor Jo Dawkins want safer ways
for people to cross Curtin Avenue.

Curtin Ave walkers in danger


By DAVID COHEN
Mark Rodda says the state
government needs to stump
up for pedestrian crossings
in Curtin Avenue.
Crossing it is extremely
dangerous, Mr Rodda, a
Cottesloe councillor, said on
Monday night.
Its a major transport link
the cost of crossings should
be met by the state.
Mr Rodda said crossings at
the Forrest and Salvado street
intersections were needed.
Councillor Katrina Downes
agreed.
Something needs to be done

at Forrest Street, she said.


Mayor Jo Dawkins said more
than a pelican crossing was
needed.
I spend some time on the
Albany Highway and there are
scores of underpasses for stock
transport, she said.
I fail to understand why
theres no underpass for Curtin
Avenue.
Cottesloes engineering
manager, Doug Elkins, wrote
to Main Roads in March saying there were more than
25,000 vehicles a day on Curtin
Avenue, and more than 1500
heavy vehicles a day.
In May, Transport Minister
Dean Nalders principal policy

adviser Samuel Calabrese


wrote back to Mr Elkins, saying his boss had asked Main
Roads to investigate.
Last month, Main Roads
managing director Steve
Troughton put the ball back
in the councils court.
Given the current designation of the road, as a local
road, it is considered appropriate that the Town of
Cottesloe initiates and leads
this process, Mr Troughton
wrote.
In October, a Main Roads
spokeswoman said there had
been talk seven years ago
about a Jarrad Street rail
crossing underpass.

North ward councillor Zenda


Johnson told Tuesday nights
council meeting the Mosman Park
Shopping Centre should hire its
own security people because such
an agreement could have wider
implications.
Will this make us responsible
for the homeless people who sleep
under dinghies at Mosman Bay,
or the toilet in Jabe Dodd Park
or right on our own doorstep in
the buffer zone of the vegetation
to the north of Memorial Drive?
she asked.
What about the addicts who
sleep in the entry veranda of the
church in Willis Street is it really the town rangers job to sort
all of this?
A staff report had supported
the centres suggestion that it pay
the council for random patrols
by rangers, totalling one hour a
week for six months, at a cost of
about $2144.
The report said that though the
centre was privately owned, it was

still a public place, so local laws


dealing with public nuisances
could apply.
North ward councillor Ian Flack
opposed the plan.
He said the council had not
received any formal request from
the shopping centre, which was
private property.
The contract was heavily
skewed towards the shopping
centre, it would create a precedent for the other shopping
centres in the area and there was
already a local law, the Activities
on Thoroughfares and Trading
on Thoroughfares, that allowed
council rangers to act, he said.
But South ward councillor Brett
Pollock said it was a good chance
for the council to sort out social
issues in the area and residents
expected the council to act.
This is a way for us to become
more proactive rather than just
sitting back waiting for things to
get worse before making them
better, he said.
I also think it is a chance to
start to look at things like busking,
because I think busking would not
necessarily be a hazard.
I can see the faults councillor
Flack has alluded to, but I think
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Notice is given that the Town is formally
advertising proposed Local Planning Policies
PS205 Public Parking and LV127 Bicycle
Parking and Facilities, pursuant to clause 4 of
the Planning and Development (Local Planning
Schemes) Regulations 2015.
These policies are being advertised in
conjunction with Scheme Amendment
No. 123 to Town Planning Scheme No. 3
relative to changes to parking provisions.
The purpose of PS205 is to provide guidance
on the use of cash-in-lieu for car parking
within the Town.
The purpose of LV127 is to specify
requirements for bicycle parking bays and
end-of-trip facilities to assist in the satisfaction
of concessions for parking provision under
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sustainable transport initiatives through the
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TOWN PLANNING SCHEME NO. 3
AMENDMENT NO. 132 ~ Changes to
Residential Development Provisions
Notice is hereby given that the local
government of the Town of Claremont has
prepared the abovementioned scheme
amendment for the purpose of:
1. Modifying various clauses of the Scheme
relating to residential development to
improve the operational efficiency of
planning services in the Town
2. To remove duplicated controls within
the Scheme that are more appropriately
covered in the Residential Design Codes
3. To allow Ancillary Dwellings within the
Town
4. To align residential provisions in the Scheme
with the Model Scheme Text
5. Other minor changes to residential
provisions

Policy documents are available for viewing


during office hours at Council Offices,
Number One Claremont, 308 Stirling Highway,
Claremont up to and including Thursday
18 February 2016. These documents are also
available on the Town's website
www.claremont.wa.gov.au

Plans and documents setting out and


explaining the scheme amendment have been
deposited at Council Offices, Number One
Claremont, 308 Stirling Highway, Claremont
and will be available for inspection during
office hours up to and including Thursday
18th February 2016. These documents are
also available on the Town of Claremont's
website www.claremont.wa.gov.au

Submissions on the proposed Council Policies


PS205 and LV127 may be made in writing and
lodged with the undersigned on or before the
close of business on Thursday
18 February 2016.

Submissions on the Town Planning Scheme


amendment must be made in writing on a
Form No. 4 (available at the Town) and lodged
with the undersigned on or before
Thursday 18th February 2016.

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Woman assaulted
A 23-year-old woman was
indecently assaulted in a
Cottesloe park after she got
off a train earlier this month.

Everything from arts and


crafts to water fun was happening at Christ Church
Grammar School in Claremont
last weekend.

She walked east after leaving a Fremantle-bound train Do you recogat Grant Street about 2.30am nise this man?
on Sunday, December 6.
A man followed her to Jasper Green
Reserve, talked to her and then forced her
to the ground and indecently assaulted her.
She fought him off and he ran.
Police said the medium-built man had fair
skin, and was unshaven with short brown hair.
He was wearing a blue suit jacket, a dark
shirt and maroon pants.
Information to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333
000 or crimestopperswa.com.au.

There was lots of holiday fun in Claremont last weekend. Photo: Paul McGovern

The 10th three-day Sony


Foundation Holiday Camp for
children with physical and intellectual disabilities meant free
fun for kids.
The kids also enjoyed facepainting, a disco night, surfing
at Port Beach, a Christmas lunch
and a visit from Santa.
Christ Church and Methodist
Ladies College students looked
after camp-goers.
These students consider the
experience as a privilege, said
CCGSs special needs coordinator Lisa Broxton.

Early concrete convoy banned


LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO. 3
RESTRICTED FORESHORE CENTRE
ZONE DESIGN GUIDELINES
At its Ordinary Meeting on 14 December 2015, Council
resolved to proceed with the finalised Restricted Foreshore
Centre Zone Design Guidelines, in accordance with the
Local Planning Policy provisions of the Scheme. The Design
Guidelines will assist with development proposals in the
Restricted Foreshore Centre Zone.
Copies of the Design Guidelines are available for viewing
at the Towns Office, from 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday to
Friday, or on the Towns website: www.cottesloe.wa.gov.au
under Planning Controls/Design Guidelines.
Mat Humfrey
Chief Executive Officer
109 Broome Street, Cottesloe
PO Box 606 COTTESLOE WA 6911
Telephone: (08) 9285 5000
Facsimile: (08) 9285 5001
Email: council@cottesloe.wa.gov.au
Website: www.cottesloe.wa.gov.au

People power has forced


a back-down with a big
building firm.
Cambridge council pulled
the pin on concrete trucks
using residential streets
before 6am and roads being
totally closed.
Residents in West
Leederville had complained
when the Psaros company
was granted special dispensation for early morning
concrete truck convoys on
Wednesday and Friday.
It was for a massive concrete pour on a controversial
apartment block being built
in Northwood Street.
The first of 96 trucks
drove down Blencowe Street
at 5.45am on Wednesday,
resident John Townsend
said.
But council staff who went
to inspect the work cancelled

Early starts and using residential streets have been banned for
concrete mixers in West Leederville.
the early start on Friday and
changed the trucks route.
Council chief executive
Jason Buckley said the
company wanted to pour 300
cubic metres of concrete.
An application from Psaros
Builders for early morning
concrete pours on December
15 and 18, to allow over 300
cubic metres of concrete to
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morning our senior ranger
and later our compliance
manager attended the site
to monitor the proceedings
and, as a result of their observations coupled with the
concerns of local residents,

the conditions have been


amended.
The use of residential
streets by concrete trucks
will be banned.
Mr Buckley said the early
starts had been granted
because of the size of the
concrete pour.
We do not intend approving any more requests for
early starts on this project.
Mr Townsend said: The
council compliance manager, John Giorgi, said the
early start was reasonable
and would minimise the
congestion which would
occur later in the afternoon
and would also exacerbate
the peak hour traffic.
But he said the company
supervisor had told residents
the trucks would be finished
by 10am and gone before the
afternoon peak hour.

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Listen to us on density, say Mosman residents


Residents in Mosman Parks
development area 3, around
Wellington and Manning
streets, are against its high
density and change of use.
The area (DA3) is one of
several development areas
included in the councils draft
local planning scheme No. 3.
At Tuesday nights council
meeting, Cherie Pudney, of
Wellington Street, asked councillors to consider its impact
on residents when deciding on
the draft local planning scheme

No. 3 in February.
There are numerous and substantial objections to it from the
residents in that area, she said.
We understand the suggested changes would open the
door to developers through the
proposed changing of the zoning, and change of use to allow
for alternative uses, including
offices, restaurants and highdensity housing.
In her submission to the meeting, Ms Pudney said affected
landowners objected strongly

to proposed changes outlined


in the DA3 for several reasons,
which she listed.
One: this area is a well-established residential area with
many new houses, she said.
It is not ripe for demolition
and development.
Two: residents have chosen
to build and live here because
they want a low-density residential neighbourhood without
congestion, after-hours noises
and development.
Three: the introduction of

non-residential development
or high-density houses would
change the whole integrity of
the area.
Four: providing suitable
safe road access and parking
for offices, restaurants and
high-density housing is likely
to be difficult and may have an
adverse impact on residents and
safety of pedestrians.
And five: under-utilised
space in the existing shopping
centre block should be considered for redevelopment before

any current residential property.


When the council considers
this scheme, we ask that you pay
specific attention to DA3 and
the submissions objecting to it.
We encourage you all to go
out and look around our neighbourhood impacted by DA3 and
you will see new and cared-for
homes in a residential area that
should be protected.
Mayor Ron Norris thanked
Ms Pudney for her submission,
saying it was an early warning
shot across our bows.

Its back to business


in Old Theatre Lane
By DAVID COHEN
Anne Day says she and other
Old Theatre Lane shop owners
in Claremont have survived
the worst.
The whole lane has been
buried under the Bunnings
implosion, but we are beginning
to emerge from it, Anne, the
Lane Bookshop co-owner, said.
It has been chaos, but customers feel like the village feel is
returning.
Lane owners feared the
worst as the hardware giant
moved into the Bayview Centre
last month after a five-month
refit.
The most important thing
for our customers to know
is there are three floors of
parking below Bunnings, Ms
Day said.
Nobody knows you can park
down there and come up in the
lift and into the Lane.
Lane retailers have been
adding events and attractions
to keep customers keen.

Tiago de Souza, at The Lane


Caf, has organised salsa nights,
and the last is next Thursday.
A guitarist plays on weekends.
Ms Day doesnt have an active social media strategy last
week she sent customers the
bookshops annual brochure.
Claremont council CEO
Stephen Goode said he knew
retailing could be trying.
This is why the town continues to support small business
through the Claremont Now
project, Mr Goode said.
These funds contribute
to activation and marketing
initiatives, such as Christmas
lights, street entertainment in
the lead-up to Christmas, discount flyers and a social media
promotion (#love claremonttowncentre).
There are also workshops
and networking opportunities
for our local businesses and the
opportunity to access business
grants aimed at retail activation.
Mr Goode said the council con-

Still going Mary Kim, left, Tiago de Souza, Elizabeth Collins, Lyn Murphy, Anne Day, and Gabrielle
Oldmeadow are still selling in Claremonts Old Theatre Lane. Photo: Billie Fairclough
sulted Lane businesses before
a state government-controlled
development assessment panel
approved the new Bunnings
building.
One of the major concerns

raised was the removal of car


parking bays for businesses in
Old Theatre Lane, he said.
The town assisted in this regard by successfully negotiating
with the developer for parking

for 27 bays, which are available


at the Bunnings site.
Claremonts next free social
media workshop for businesses
is on January 20. Call the council
on 9285 4300 for details.

POST, December 19, 2015 Page 17

Subiaco playwright
challenges Bishop
By SARAH McNEILL
The Greens have put up
Subiaco playwright, arts advocate and academic Vivienne
Glance to challenge Julie
Bishop in Curtin at the next
federal election.

Clever kids Rosalie teacher Michael Webb and principal Ros Kay with Year 6 students, from left, Chas Underwood, Sophie Kirk, Abbey Major, WA Governor Kerry Sanderson and Zaine Thorp at the award ceremony.

Rosalie is the PMs kind of school


Rosalie Primary School was
already excited about science
and technology well before
Prime Minister Malcolm
Turnbull announced the $1billion innovation fund this week.
Last week, the school, in
Shenton Park, was named the
overall winner in the Governors
School Science, Technology,
Engineering and Maths Awards,
beating 14 other WA primary
schools.
Students and staff took part in
projects, activities and events
designed to test and demonstrate their problem-solving
skills and technical abilities,

with some help from Shenton


College and UWA.
Rosalie principal Ros Kay
said dedicated teachers and
good resources had brought
out the childrens abilities and
talents.
We employed a high schooltrained gifted and talented
teacher to work with our students on higher-order thinking
projects, in preparation for high
school, she said.
A specialist teacher also
tested extension programs in
science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) for Year
6 students.
Governor Kerry Sanderson

said the awards helped show


that good-quality teaching and
learning were key to developing young peoples interest in
STEM subjects.
I believe the development of
STEM skills is very important for
our future prosperity as a nation,
as Australia needs innovation,
and we need a scientifically
literate community, she said.
Eighteen high schools took
part in the awards and Perth
Modern School was one of six
finalists.
Rosalie Primary School was
one of four finalists vying for
the title of primary school of
the year.

Ms Glance was a key activist in


this years Curtin CASE (Climate
Action for a Safe Environment).
Over the past six months,
I spoke to a large number of
Curtin residents who agreed
that Australia cannot afford to
delay action on climate change
any more, she said.
I think those people are
going to be quite concerned that
while weve signed up to some
ambitious new commitments,
Julie Bishop was also awarded
a Fossil Fool award in Paris for
her governments continued support of the coal industry.
I am running in this election
to make sure that there is a
focus on Julie Bishop and the
Turnbull government to follow
through on the commitments
that were made on our behalf
in Paris, starting with no new
coal mines.
Ms Glance studied botany at
the Imperial College, London,
has a PhD in creative writing
from the University of WA, and
is an honorary research fellow
at UWA.
She said she had always been
a supporter of The Greens, and
the election of Scott Ludlam
had prompted her to become
an active supporter.
Ms Glance is also an arts
advocate.
I am astonished at the way
arts funding has been turned
on its head and that artists are
constantly playing catch-up with

Senator Rachel Siewert, left, is supporting Vivienne Glance in her run


as Greens federal candidate for
the seat of Curtin.
how funding goes, she said.
The government seems to
regards the arts as an accounting issue not as a vital social
and cultural issue.
I am particularly concerned
about the way in which the
Abbott government set out to
decimate the arts and our universities.
Abbott might be gone, but his
legacy remains, which is why, as
a research fellow at UWA, I was
disappointed but not surprised
to hear about another 300 jobs
being cut here last week.
Arts and education play a
crucial role in our community,
and I will be campaigning hard
to make sure that these areas
dont continue to be de-funded
to pay for the Prime Ministers
innovation agenda.
Greens Senator Rachel
Siewert said she was delighted
to have Ms Glance join the
Greens for the election tipped
to be in early 2017.

WEMBLEY MEDICAL CENTRE

Herdsman Medical Centre and Wembley Medical Centre


which will be at 343 Cambridge Street, Wembley are delighted
to announce that they will be operating in association as linked
practices from mid-January 2016
We thank the community for their continual and increasing
patronage of Herdsman Medical Centre. It has meant that our
doctors need to provide more hours of care to look after the
community and we can only do that with a second practice!
We will be providing the same excellence in family medicine at
Wembley as has been the case and will continue at Herdsman.
We look forward to seeing you at your preferred location.

Opening hours for both clinics:


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

Yes! Wembley is very close to Herdsman

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

No!

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

Yes! Dr Jeff Veling will continue to provide the community with his years of experience
exclusively at Herdsman
Dr Kym Silove will continue to provide her holistic approach of whole person
medicine to her patients at Herdsman
Dr Michaela Gerrard will continue to listen, hear and help all her patients in her
usual compassionate and thorough fashion at Herdsman
Dr Sara Chisholm will remain available to care for you and your family with her
caring and diligent approach at Herdsman
Dr Himadri Ellepola is currently undertaking her diploma in emergency medicine
but fortunately, she will remain working part-time providing the compassionate
family medical care she is known for at Herdsman
Dr Peter Burke will continue to grow his family medicine practice, with his special
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HERDSMAN MEDICAL
Phone: 9383 7111 Fax: 9383 9448
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WEMBLEY MEDICAL
Phone: TBA Fax: TBA
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You can book with us online any time, any day at Healthengine.com.au
searching for either Herdsman Medical or Wembley Medical

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Cutipol Cutlery from Portugal Lust worthy, sleek and unique,


perfect for the Christmas table or as a gift. Servers $89.95
24pce and accessories also available.

Normann Copenhagen Kraft Range Wood + Marble


makes these stunners a special gift for someone who
appreciates quality. Mills from $139.95

Holme Garde Wine Decanter A simple but


gorgeous design, the Holme Garde decanter
makes a great gift for the wine lover $99.95

making a LIST?
Guzzini Cake Stand Looks like glass
but is in fact acrylic. Great gift for the
baker $59.95

GIFTING MADE EASY

Rosendahl Oil
Carafe The
perfect gift for
the cook or
entertainer at
$69.95

Nachtmann Aspen Whiskey Glasses This set of 4 DOF glasses are weighty
and a perfect gift for those who enjoy a tipple $59.95 set of 4

Ted Baker Brogue Shoe Shine Kit For the well groomed
Gent, this makes a perfect gift $79.95

Laguiole En Aubrac Simply stunning handcrafted accessories in beautifully fragrant Juniper


wood. A one of a kind gift for someone special
from $299.95

Robert Welch Carving Set Whos carving the turkey this Christmas? A beautiful set in a wooden canteen $139.95 Cheese set $119.95

XL Champagne Bowl This statement bowl is a great


party piece and has made a popular gift $199.95

Vera Wang Sequin Champagne Coupes For the entertainer, or


someone who loves bubbles and style you cant go past these
coupes $129.95 a pair

COMPLIMENTARY GIFT WRAPPING

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Notre Monde Trays Beautifully crafted using wood and glass,


these trays are a statement gift. Tray stand/occasional table also
available.

POST, December 19, 2015 Page 19

CHRISTMAS ON ROKEBY RD

FOR MORE INFORMATION


VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE OR

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Linley Valley
Pork Leg Roast

$ 99

KG

Sweet Firm Carnarvon


WA Grown Seedless White Grapes

$ 99

KG

HT
CAUG
AUST.

$
Frozen WA Cooked
Rock Lobster (Craysh)

19

99
EA

Frozen Australian
1kg Large Cooked Banana Prawns
$17.99 per kg

$ 99

17

EA

WHOLEFOODS & GROCERIES OPEN 7 DAYS 7AM

POST, December 19, 2015 Page 21

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GROW
AUST.

125g Punnets of Sweet Tasmanian


Grown Raspberries

$ 88

125G
PUNNET

Sweet Carnarvon WA Grown


Rockmelons

$ 99
Sweet WA Grown Punnets of Nectarines

$
2
FOR

99

KG

Garden Fresh WA Grown Spring Onions

BUNCH

N
GROW
AUST.

1kg Bags of
Red, White or Blue
WA Grown
Gourmet Potatoes

99

1KG BAG

Locally Grown
Punnets of Mini
Roma Tomatoes

99
KG

Australian Grown
Trays of
Red Capsicums

$ 99

KG

TIL LATE CLAREMONT, SUBIACO & WOODLANDS

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HT
AUST. CAUG

HT
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Frozen Ta
sm
Sliced Sm anian
Salmon Soked
ide

21

Frozen Ta
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Salmon P manian
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Skin On ns

15

99
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99
KG

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Fresh Wh
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Gilled & G nd
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Pink Snap tted
per

Frozen
1kg Raw Australian
Prawn Me
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24 99

18 99
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EA

$24.99 pe

r kg

Frozen Im
1kg Cook ported
ed
Cutlets Ta Prawn
il On

19

99

$19.99 pe

EA

r kg

Frozen Im
p
Barramunorted 750g
di Bites

99

$9.32 per

EA

kg

Frozen Im
800g Bas ported
a Fillets

99

$4.99 per

EA

kg

WHOLEFOODS & GROCERIES OPEN 7 DAYS 7AM

POST, December 19, 2015 Page 23

HT
AUST. CAUG

HT
AUST. CAUG

Frozen A
1kg Large ustralian
Raw
Prawns King

Fresh Tas
1 Dozen Omanian
ysters

10

18

99
DOZEN

99
EA

$18.99 pe

r kg

HT
AUST. CAUG

Frozen
Emperor F Blue Spot
il
Saddletaillets, Frozen
Fillets, Fro Snapper
Bream Fil zen Sweetlip
Crimson Slets or Frozen
napper Fil
lets

Frozen Au
1kg Mediustralian
m Raw
Northern
King Praw
ns

12 99

19 99

$12.99 pe

EA

KG

r kg

Fresh Fro
Caught Shzen Wild
Large Coo ark Bay
ked Crabs

15

99
KG

Frozen Sh
ark
Cooked B Bay
u
Crab Clawlk
s

99
KG

Fres
Wild Caugh Frozen
h
Pink Snap t Shark Bay
per Fillets

49 99
KG

TIL LATE CLAREMONT, SUBIACO & WOODLANDS

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B U L K F O O D HO T PR I C E S
JC ' S R O A S T ED
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$13.98 per kg

JCs Energy Mix


with Raspberry
Infused
Cranberries
375g Pack
$15.98 per kg

$ 99

Olympic Almonds
475g Pack
$21.03 per kg

EA

MA D
W.A.

$
JCs Cranberries
500g Pack
$13.98 per kg

EA

EA

99
EA

Gourmet Delight
250g Olive Range
$15.96 per kg

EA

JCs Outback
Mix 375g Pack
$21.31 per kg

EA

Primo Banjo
Shoulder Ham

99
KG

EA

$ 99

E
MAD
AUST.

$ 99

$ 99

JCs Dried Apricots


500g Pack
$15.98 per kg

E
MAD
AUST.

$ 99

Tru Blue 320g Twin Pack


Garlic Bread
62 per 100g

$ 99

99

EA

MA D
W.A.

B.Re & Sons Virginian


Ham Portions

$ 99

KG

is now directly opposite Farmer Jacks Subiaco entrance!

AT
AVAILABLE
RE ONLY
SUBIACO STO

San Marino Free


Range Bacon

19

99

kg

AT
AVAILABLE
RE ONLY
SUBIACO STO

AT
AVAILABLE
RE ONLY
SUBIACO STO

Spanish Serrano

49

99
kg

French Triple
Creme 180g
Semi Sundried
Tomatoes

19

99

kg

AT
AVAILABLE
ORE ONLY
SUBIACO ST

1250

ea

$6.94 per 100g

WHOLEFOODS & GROCERIES OPEN 7 DAYS 7AM

POST, December 19, 2015 Page 25

$
Chicken Breast Boneless & Skinless
1kg Minimum

$
Liveringa Always Tender
Scotch Fillet Steak

KG

Butteried Leg of Lamb


(Plain, Red Wine & Garlic or Mint Flavoured)

14

99
KG

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Mt Barker Free Range 520g Peri Peri or


Satay Chicken Kebabs
$15.36 per kg

99

99
KG

$ 99

EA

Bulk Lamb Loin Chops

Mt Barker Free Range 450g Red Thai Curry Chicken Steaks


$17.75 per kg

14

99
KG

$ 99

EA

Steggles Family
Roast Whole Chicken

$ 99

Mt Barker Free Range 600g Yakitori Chicken Leg Fillets


$13.31 per kg

KG

$ 99

EA

TIL LATE CLAREMONT, SUBIACO & WOODLANDS

Page 26 POST, December 19, 2015

Harvey Fresh
Matured or
Semi-Matured
Cheese 1kg
$6.99 per kg

99
EA

San Pellegrino
Sparkling Water 750ml
$2.66 per litre

UNDER

EA

EA

HALF

PRICE

$ 99

La Natural Coco Splash


Coconut Water 1 Litre
$2.99 per litre

$ 99

UNDER

HALF
Cadbury Favourites
or Mini Blocks 320g
$1.88 per 100g

$ 99

EA

Coca-Cola
Drinks 2 Litre
(Selected Varieties)
$1 per litre

$ 99

EA

PRICE

Smiths Crinkle
or Thinly Cut Chips
170/175g
(Selected Varieties)

$ 59

EA

Doritos Corn
Chips 170g or Salsa
300g

$ 99

EA

Pringles Chips
140/150g

$ 99

EA

ANIC
ORG
UNDER

HALF
PRICE

The Natural
Confectionery
Company Bags
200/260g

$ 99

EA

MA D
W.A.

Margaret River
Water 1.5 Litre
80 per litre

$ 99

EA

Mount Franklin
Lightly Sparkling
Mineral Water
1.25 Litre
$1.28 per litre

$ 59

EA

Kirks Drinks
10 x 375ml
(Selected Varieties)
$1.07 per litre

$ 19

Pepsi or Schweppes
Drinks 24 x 375ml
(Selected Varieties)
$1.11 per litre

EA

$ 99

EA

MA D
W.A.

$
Red Bull Energy
Drink 4 x 250ml
$6.99 per litre

99
EA

Pepsi or Schweppes
Drinks 2 Litre
$1 per litre

$ 99

EA

Darling Springs Water


20 x 600ml
50 per litre

EA

$ 99

EA

E
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AUST.

$ 99

Pacic Organics
Virgin Coconut Oil
1 Litre
$1 per 100ml

Wattle Valley
Soft Wraps 260g
$1.15 per 100g

$ 99

EA

WHOLEFOODS & GROCERIES OPEN 7 DAYS 7AM

POST, December 19, 2015 Page 27

UNDER

HALF

MA D
W. A.

PRICE

$
Streets Magnum
4/6 Pack 388/468ml

99

Brownes
Yoghurt 1kg
38 per 100g

EA

$ 79

EA

Connoiseur
Ice Cream 1 Litre
70 per 100ml

99
EA

UNDER

HALF

E
MAD
AUST.

Streets Blue Ribbon


Ice Cream 2 Litre
30 per 100ml

$ 99

EA

Primo 1kg Rindless


Short Cut Bacon
$8.99 per kg

$ 99

EA

MA D
W.A.

PRICE

Peters Original
Ice Cream 2 Litre
14 per 100ml

$ 79

EA

Harvey Fresh
Real Fruit Juice
2 Litre
$2 per litre

$ 99

EA

MA D
W.A.

Tip Top Hamburger or


Hotdog Rolls 12 Pack
33 per serve

$ 99

EA

UNDER

HALF
PRICE

Harvey Fresh Tempt


Fruit Drink 3 Litre
67 per litre

Nescafe Gold,
Blend 43, Greenblend
or Mild Roast
Coffee 95/150g

$ 99

EA

99
EA

McCain Peas,
Green Beans Cut
or Logan Farm Juicy
Corn Kernels 500g
$3.98 per kg

Heinz BBQ or
Big Red Tomato
Sauce 500ml
(Selected Varieties)
32 per 100ml

$ 99

EA

$ 59

EA

Arnotts Jatz or
Shapes 120/250g
(Selected Varieties)

Harvey Fresh Long


Life Fruit Juice 2 Litre
$1 per litre

$ 99

EA

$ 99

EA

S&W Whole Egg


Mayonnaise 440g
91 per 100g

Peckish Rice
Crackers 100g
$1.29 per 100g

$ 99

EA

$ 29

EA

Nabisco Captains
Table Water
Crackers 125g
80 per 100g

Lindt Excellence
Chocolate 100g
$2.99 per 100g

99

EA

$ 99

EA

TIL LATE CLAREMONT, SUBIACO & WOODLANDS


SPECIALS START SATURDAY 19/12/15 AND FINISH SATURDAY 26/12/15 WHILE STOCKS LAST. SO THAT ALL CUSTOMERS HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE SPECIALS
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Page 28 POST, December 19, 2015

Cott clears
out garage

Who shouldnt
be up a ladder?

The sale of five vehicles,


three mowers and two pole
saws has netted Cottesloe
council a post-depreciation
profit of $28,325.

Older men who climb ladders in the belief that they


are as stable on their feet as
they were when they were 25
too often find themselves in
hospital, or worse.

The council sold a Mitsubishi


truck, a Subaru Liberty and
Forester, a Mitsubishi Triton
and a Mazda 2.
The truck was bought for
$67,990, but after depreciation
of $50,632 the town recorded
proceeds of $20,264 and a profit
of $2906.
The sales, listed as capital
disposals, were attached to
the agenda for Tuesday nights
committee meeting.

service.
Research has shown that
money spent locally stays
locally because that business
will usually also spend the
money within their community,
Vicki said.
With the economy rather
depressed, any way we could
help local businesses would
have a multiplier effect.
Why spend on manufactured
goods that will benefit overseas
producers when our own
community can do with every
little bit of help?
There are so many ways in
which we can spend locally
and keep our cash at home this
Christmas.
Just stop for a moment and
think how you can help. It really
is a win-win.
Household services are
among many offered in the
POSTs Services and Trades
Directory each week.

The danger can be neatly


addressed through a local
clubs campaign to encourage
western suburb residents to
shop locally for Christmas.
Vicki Willing, president of
the Rotary Club of Matilda Bay,
says that to keep older people
safely at ground level, give them
Christmas gift vouchers for
gutter cleaning services, tree
pruning or window cleaning.
Vicki says that supporting
local businesses this Christmas
is part of the clubs Keep our
cash at home this Christmas
campaign.
There are many other ideas
such as vouchers for beauty
treatment, car detailing, a
garden makeover or a weeding

Cars targeted
Five cars at Karrakatta
Cemetery were broken into
last weekend.
Property stolen after the windows were smashed included
bank cards and handbags.
Wembley police are enquiring
into a vehicle of interest.
Sergeant Dave Stevenson said
it seemed likely the thief had
waited for a few minutes after
mourners left their cars before
breaking into them.
The thefts happened between
Friday afternoon and Sunday
morning.

Gale on
par three

Stay grounded Rotary Club


president Vicki Willing warns
Charles Johnson about the hazard of climbing ladders to clean
gutters or for any other reason.

Waste pick-ups on verge of extinction


Bulk refuse collections in
Subiaco could be destined for
the scrap heap.
Instead, residents could get
free skips.
Herbert Road resident Lou
Chambers raised the issue of
verge collections at the recent
electors meeting.
He said he had noticed an in-

crease in the amount of rubbish


dumped on the side of the road
for the council pick-up.
Theres sometimes furniture,
sometimes white goods, sometimes small items people might
think other children would like,
he said.
I see it as a bit of laziness on
the part of residents.

It encourages pickers to the


area and its just unsightly, its
really quite hideous.
He called on the council to
monitor the situation and if
possible to take action.
Subiaco CEO Don Burnett,
said verge pick-ups were on
his hit list.
I dont like them, he said.




 




Professional golfer Terry


Gale will design a new course
in Claremont.
Mr Gale (69) will start work
next year on a pitch and putt
course at the par three at Lake
Claremont.
The council will also install
a golf simulator at the new
course. Mr Gale, who is now
a Seniors Tour player, won 21
PGA Australian Tours and
two Japan Tour tournaments.

They dont look good.


He said he had told his staff
to look at options, including
using skips that ratepayers
would be able to order for no
extra charge.
Well be looking at that and
coming back to the council in the
next few months, Mr Burnett
told the meeting.

 
  


   


  
 
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Couple buy for hundreds of kids Librarians praised

for quick action

Brian and Valerie Croker


have hundreds of children to
shop for at Christmas.
Apart from their own five
children, eight grandchildren
and one great-grandchild, the
Crokers buy gifts for dozens of
less fortunate families.
For more than 20 years, Brian
(83) and Valerie (80) have been
working through the Uniting
Church in Swanbourne.
We keep our eyes open for
bargains all year around,
Brian said.
The couple moved into Myera
Street three months after they
married and have been there
ever since.
It was just a small house but
we added to it as the family
came along, Brian said.
The couple wanted to share
their joy and started buying,
collecting and wrapping the
gifts.
They followed the example
set by Valeries grandfather.
When he retired he began
making toys for children in
Sister Kates Home and in
Methodist childrens homes.
Each year Brian and Valerie
buy colouring books and activity sets for children and
personal care items such as
shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste and toothbrushes, as well
as toilet bags and backpacks
to put them all in for men and
women and the whole family.

Two Peppermint Grove librarians tried to save a mans


life with a defibrillator outside
the council building on the
morning of December 8.

A lifetime of giving Brian and Valerie Croker with some of the


bags of Christmas gifts they bought through the year for disadvantaged families.
This years donations include donations.
Sue Ash, from UnitingCare
dinosaur and Pepper PigWest, said: This year has been
themed items.
Valerie said staff in lots of really tough in our community.
We have seen people finding
shops had come to know them
and were happy to help with it hard to make ends meet.

Scotchs new rowing shed backed


Peppermint Grove will recommend to the Swan River
Trust that a third Scotch
College rowing shed would be
no problem.
Subject to a lease agreement with the trust, the boat-

shed will be built 19m north


of the 1974 boatshed, which
is directly north of the 1914
category one heritage-listed
boatshed.
Peppermint Grove development manager Michael
Whitbread told councillors

the proposed materials would


respect the two existing boatsheds.
Scotch staff members met
shire planning staff early this
year to discuss the idea and
said more room for boats was
needed.

Cherie Ryan and Dean Brown


took turns in operating the
machine and giving mouth-tomouth and chest compressions
to a man in his 70s.
The man was a passenger in
a car being driven by his wife
last Tuesday morning.
She turned into Leake Street,
parked in the disabled bay next
to the council building, and
called St John Ambulance.
Because we have a defibrillator, we got a call from the
ambulance on the way, library
manager Debra Burn said.
They asked us to deploy it
before they got there.
Cherie was a trainee nurse
before becoming a librarian,
so she and Dean rushed outside
with the defibrillator.
They paused when a bystander
said she was a doctor, but the
woman didnt offer to help.
It seemed like a long time
for the ambulance to arrive
but it must have been five to 10
minutes, Ms Burn said.
The man was taken to hospital
but could not be revived.
The Westcoast Community
Centre donated the defibrillator to the council two years ago.
Its the first time weve used
it, Ms Burn said.
A St John Ambulance spokesman said the efforts of bystanders who were on-hand, trained,
and willing to provide CPR and
able to use a locally available
automated external defibrillator
(AED) had been appreciated.
They should be commended
for this, he said.

There are on average


33,000 cardiac arrest events
in Australia every year, more
than 75% of which occur outside
hospitals.
Time to defibrillation is
the most important factor in
survival every minute that
passes decreases the chances
of survival by 10%.
After 10 minutes, the chances
of a person surviving are practically zero.
The AED can often make all
the difference when a patient is
experiencing a cardiac arrest.
There more than 1000 defibrillators in WA as part of the
Community First Responder
program

Lt Gen Evans
due for talks
Lieutenant General Mark
Evans, who is reviewing
plans to sell part of the SASs
Seaward Village, will attend
a public meeting.
Swanbourne residents say
they are pleased he has agreed
to meet them.
He will be visiting homes at
Seaward Village, near Campbell
Barracks, in Swanbourne.
Friends of Allen Park will
host the meeting, on January
14 at 5.30pm at the tennis club.
Lt Gen Evans, now retired, was
appointed by assistant defence
minister Darren Chester to
carry out the review after public
protests about Defence Housing
Australias plan to sell 25% off
the village for private houses
and to demolish and rebuild
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Bigger slice of Nth Freo welcome

From Russians
with love
Two of Mosman Parks newest citizens were so grateful
that they presented the council with a big hand-painted
plate and a set of babushka
dolls.
Alexander and Tatyana
Khmelev took the citizenship pledge on November 26
after arriving from Russia via
England.
They presented the dolls to
the council at the ceremony.
We are so glad, it was such
a great occasion for us, Mr
Khmelev told Tuesday nights
council meeting.
We dreamed about it for
many years. First time we
wanted to come to Australia
was 12 years ago, but the family went to England, then we
came here.
We are so glad to be part
of such a great community as
Mosman Park.
Mayor and councillors, we
would like to present this very
beautiful plate.
Its hand painted by a famous Ukrainian artist.
Mayor Ron Norris accepted
it on behalf of the council.

Alexander and Tatyana Khmelev present the hand-painted plate to


Ron Norris. Photo: Kristy Arnott

Way cleared for Tukuruas sale


From page 3

Mr Smiths extended tenancy


is likely to stall plans by the
Forrests, suggested by daughter Grace (22), to house five or
six families of Syrian refugees,
some of the 12,000 Australia has
agreed to accept.
They have been in talks to
organise this, and negotiations
are continuing.

The Forrests originally intended to live in the house, which


has sweeping ocean views, on
the corner of Marine Parade and
Rosendo Street, but will remain
in their existing historic house,
also in Cottesloe.
Mr Smith, born in Ireland, migrated to WA in his 30s, worked
in the country then in a brewery
share office.
He was a tenant of Dorothea

Cass, who inherited the 1896


property from her parents in
1946.
He lived in a cottage on the
large property and did maintenance work for Miss Cass,
attending church with her.
When she died in 1994, Mr
Smith inherited Tukurua and
embarked on developing residential land in the northern
suburbs.

From page 9
its submission to the LGAB
and authorised its confidential
lodgement by 4pm on Thursday.
The council has resolved to
forward its detailed submission
in support of the proposal to the
LGAB and it will be lodged as
soon as possible, mayor Ron
Norris said.
I was delighted that the association had also made a submission in support of the proposal.
At the LGAB-convened
public meeting on November
30, association president Paul
Shaw spoke strongly in support
of the proposal and welcomed
new residents.
Its great to have the support
of our ratepayer and residents
group.
This demonstrates that the
additional residents will be easily absorbed in the town.
The proposed boundary
change, if approved, will make
a massive difference to the management of the southern part
of Mosman Park, particularly
around McCabe Street.
The LGAB is expected to announce its decision by the end
of February.
On Wednesday night,
Fremantle considered its draft
submission to the LGAB.
A staff report in the agenda said
the submission focused on the
greater capability for Fremantle
to process the planning requirements associated with the industrial lots in the area and the
delivery of infrastructure.
It noted the proposed boundary change took only the areas
which generate rates and left
the open space areas associated
with the railway and beaches
with Fremantle.
Two options were provided to
councillors.
Both provide for the north
eastern industrial edge to be included in the City of Fremantle
boundary but each treats the

boundary around Minim Cove


differently, the report said.
It said the North Fremantle
residents proposal to the LGAB
seemed to be a direct grab
for rates without any desire
to take responsibility for the
non-rateable areas within the
adjacent location.
It does not take full account
of the need to ensure consistent planning of the industrial
area and the need to meet state
planning density targets, the
report said.
It is acknowledged that the
northern boundary between
the city and the town does not
appear to have any clear well
defined aspects and therefore
it is recommended the city proposal a boundary that may better
satisfy the current situation.

Thieves lift
flooring
Eighty boxes of hardwood
flooring were stolen from a
house being built in Floreats
Perry Lakes development.
Cottesloe police praised a
resident who passed vital information about the crime to them.
Senior Sergeant Tony Booker
said the thieves climbed to a
first-floor balcony earlier this
week to enter the building.
Someone saw a car stop near
them and a number plate being
taped over the plate on the car,
Sergeant Booker said.
Then the car drove to the
house, in Boxing Lane.
The men left through the
homes garage.
One was described as having
a strange manner of walking,
Sergeant Booker said.
We appreciate intelligence
like this from the community. If
you see something suspicious or
not quite right, call us.

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Christmas
Love your local

cheer

Christmas services
Dalkeith

this Christmas

Floreat
Joyful music and theatre
celebrating the birth of Christ
are on offer this Sunday,
December 20, in the Quarry
Amphitheatre in Floreat.
The original Christmas
production, Kings, will be
presented by the Blessed
Elizabeth of the Trinity Choir
and Orchestra.
The gates of the amphitheatre
will open at 6.30pm and the
show will start at 7.30.
Book for Christmas at the
Quarry via Ticketmaster.

Jazz, food and drink are all part of the Christmas carol celebrations at Fremantle Arts Centre.

be carols on the south lawn


from 7.
The bar will be open and
there will be food for sale.
The event is free but a gold
coin donation is welcome.
The council suggests people
dress warmly and take rugs
to sit on.

Wembley

Perth

Fremantle
WAs popular jazz outfit,
the Libby Hammer Quintet,
returns with Arcadian Voices
to perform in Fremantle
councils carol sing-along
spectacular at the Fremantle
Arts Centre.
The gates for the family event
open at 6pm on Sunday,
December 20, and there will

charity, Variety.
Tickets ($15, children $10,
families $40) will be available at the gate. There are no
pre-sales.
The gates open at 4.30pm
and the show is from 6 to
9.30pm.

Take a rug and a picnic and


sing along to your favourite
carols with friends and family
under the stars in Langley
Park on Sunday, December
20.
Thousands of families are
expected at the annual IGA
Carols by Candlelight, a
fundraiser for the childrens

Jesus Christ
Saviour of the World
Christmas Day Service
25th December, 9.30am
Kids Christmas service
Sunday 13th December, 10am
Claremont Baptist Church
324A Stirling Hwy,
Claremont WA 6010
Ph: 9385 2607
Info@claremontbaptistchurch.com

Nanson Street in Wembley,


between Grantham and
Ruislip streets, will be blocked
to traffic from 5 to 8.30pm
for the popular Westcity
Church Christmas party this
Sunday, December 20.
The fun starts at 5pm with
camel rides, face painting
and childrens tattoos, an animal petting farm, bungee run,

climbing wall and bouncy


castle, hot dogs and icecreams and its all free.
Fairy floss and cool drinks
can be bought.
Elmo will visit and carols start
at 7.20pm take a blanket
to sit on.
The street lights up at 8pm
and all the Nanson Street
houses will sparkle with
Christmas lights.

St Lawrences Anglican Church, on the corner of


Viking and Alexander roads, will hold a Kids n
Carols service at 6pm on Christmas Eve, followed at
7.30pm by Nine Lessons and Carols.
There will be a 9am service on Christmas Day.

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Mosman Park and Cottesloe

The Catholic parish of Mosman Park and Cottesloe


will hold Christmas Eve Mass at 6pm in Corpus
Christi Church, Palmerston Street, Mosman Park,
and at 5.30, 6.30 and 11.30pm (midnight Mass)
in St Mary, Star of the Sea Church, in Stirling
Highway, Cottesloe.
There will be two Christmas Day Masses, one at
8.30am in Corpus Christi Church and the other at
10am in St Mary Star of the Sea Church.

Wembley
St Edmunds will host a childrens service at 5pm on
Christmas Eve and a midnight Mass and blessing of
the crib at 11pm.
The church is at 52 Pangbourne Street.
On Christmas Day, there will be a family Eucharist
service at 9am.

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Christmas

cheer

Story of Bethlehem comes to life


A cast of 100 young
performing arts students
will be on stage in the
City of Perths annual free
Nativity concert this week.
This much-loved annual
tradition reminds everyone
of the true meaning of
Christmas, with the
retelling of the story of
Mary and Joseph and the
birth of Jesus in a manger
in Bethlehem.
The Nativity cast,
aged from nine to 19, are
members of the Australian
Performing Arts Network
(APAN), which trains
musical theatre and dance
students for professional
productions.
Many of this years
Nativity stars also
performed on Telethon,
and some are appearing in
their eighth annual show.
They have been
rehearsing since the
October school holidays
to be part of this special
Christmas event, in which
they perform alongside a
menagerie of live animals.
Mary and Joseph will
be played by 19-year-old
rising stars Madeleine
Shaw and Brandon

In Forrest Place, the young music theatre students from APAN play out the Christmas story accompanied by real animals.

Williams-West, both
recently recognised for
their acting and musical
theatre skills in the
national Storm the Stage
competition.
Helpmann Awardnominated musical theatre
performer Lisa Adam
(Jersey Boys, Mama Mia)
recently returned to Perth
to head APANs acting
department.

She will be the narrator


of this years Nativity.
The free event is on in
Forrest Place, Perth, on
December 21, 22 and 23.
Pre-show entertainment
begins at 6.30pm, with the
Nativity story beginning at
7.30, followed by carols.
Proceeds from the sale
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the Starlight Childrens
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Christmas

Art pots make


unique gifts

cheer

Perth Studio Potters is once


again holding its Christmas
exhibition at the Burt Street
Gallery, showing a wide range
of contemporary ceramics.
The potters are a diverse
group of people who work in
many different styles to produce
beautiful bowls, tall vases,
platters, sculpted figures, elegant
horses and delicate porcelain.
The works are well priced and
make beautiful and unique gifts
for friends and family as well as
additions to your own collection.
Visit the small, friendly gallery
in Burt Street, Cottesloe, and
meet the potters who help to
run it.
This is a non-for-profit
organisation and the gallery is
Plenty of opportunities this week to buy
run by the artists who all share
a locally made, unique piece of pottery.
a love of this ancient craft.
The gallery will open daily
from Saturday, December 19 to
December 23.

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Several local artists


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pop-up Christmas gallery in
Emerge Art Space.
The gallery will showcase
glass art bowls, platters,
wall panels and cast-glass
pieces by Vivienne Jagger,
Silvana Ferrario, Belinda
Kay, Myra Staffa, Nada Kesic
and Greg Ash, with sculptural work, by Ian Kay and
glass and copper artist Denise
Pepper, along with jewellery,
candles and other gift ideas.
The gallery, at 827 Beaufort
Street, in Inglewood, is open
to Sunday, December 20.

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Myra Staffas colourful platters, above, and
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From canvas to carpet


Wembley Downs artist and

Dena Lawrences Firesun rugs are available on


Rokeby Road until Christmas eve.

art therapist Dena Lawrence


has opened a Christmas pop-up
shop in Rokeby Road.
Her bold, spontaneous
abstract paintings are
transferred to designs that are
woven into 100% silk carpets
in Kashmir, in northern India.
It was when Dena went to
strife-torn Kashmir, in 2010, to
work as an art therapist with
children that she discovered
the skill of Kashmiri weavers.
With a local engineer, she
set up a weaving production
centre to transform her
colourful paintings into fine
silk carpets.
Called Firesun, her project
has ongoing benefits for
Kashmir, establishing a steady
workplace and income for
highly skilled weavers to

pursue and develop their craft.


She visits Kashmir three
times a year.
The weaving of these
carpets is helping keep the
carpet industry alive, which
has been corrupted due to the
conflict there over the years,
Dena said.
The weavers have had to
learn how to weave these very
different contemporary carpets,
which are vastly different from
the traditional Persian designs
that they have been used to.
A collection of her handwoven, intricately-wrought silk
rugs and luxurious silk scarves
will be for sale at the Firesun
pop-up shop along with her
original artwork.
Firesun is at 53 Rokeby
Road, Subiaco, until December
24.

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Spirit is strong in Shents


The Christmas spirit is
well and truly on show in
Shenton Park.
As well as celebrating
the special season at home
with their loved ones, two
families are reaching out to
their community.
The Taylors, who live
near Lake Jualbup, spread
a little Christmas joy to
their neighbours and
everyone in the area by
transforming the large grey
wall around their house
into a nativity scene.
Penny Taylor, who
moved there about a year
ago, said her family felt
lucky to live in such a
particularly lovely part of
Perth.
I dont know if painting
the wall gives something
back to the community, but
I know the painting has
been appreciated from lots
of kind people telling us
so, she said.
I think, like most
blessings, the giver enjoys
as much benefit as anyone
receiving it.
The familys painting
project also helped their
friend, artist Russell
Copeman, who like many
young people, is finding it

hard to find work.


Looking for work is a
very confidence-sapping
experience, Penny said.
Being almost our artistin-residence has given
Russell the chance to use
his artistic skills and get
him out working.
This is his first foray
into works of this size.
Meanwhile, in Onslow
Road, the Stevens family
has put a new twist on the
traditional Christmas tree.
Juliette Stevens calls
their community kindness
tree a form of guerrilla art.
Basically, its a nonbling Christmas tree, she
said.

You take a tag, do a


random act of kindness,
and then pop a bauble or
ribbon on the tree.
We encourage the
community to get involved
and do any act of kindness,
no matter how big or small,
and then watch the tree be
transformed.
You can either get an
idea from whats on the
tag, or do any act you like.
She said the whole idea
was to get people thinking
about others around them
in a different way.
Its not just for children,
its for people of all ages
and walks of life, she said.

Decorate the community kindness tree with a simple act of


kindness and a Christmas bauble.

Darren Reynolds from the Salvation Army takes delivery of boxes of goodies from Year
6 students at Churchlands Primary School.

Gifts arrive by the boxful


Students at
Churchlands Primary
School were spurred into
action when they realised
their donations to the
Salvation Army Christmas
Appeal might be the only
presents some children
received.
Donations poured in
from students in Preprimary through to Year
6, as well as from staff
members.

During the final weeks


of school, the schools
care captains collected
new toys, clothes, food
and personal items from
classrooms to be stored
ready for collection.
The school community
donated 30 big boxes
of items, which were
collected this week by
the Salvation Army to be
sorted and distributed to
those in need.

Deputy principal
Christine Brown said
the school had collected
donations at Christmas
time before, but this was
the first time it had help
the Salvos.
The large number
of donations reflects
the generosity and
thoughtfulness of the
Churchlands Primary
School community, she
said.

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small courtyards and balconies,
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Bunnings, Claremont.

here may be plenty of snow on Christmas cards,


and Disneys Frozen is still high on everyones
entertainment list, but the forecast for Christmas Day
is a glorious and comfortable 26C: perfect for festive
celebrations outside. So brush off the cobwebs, get
the swimming pool sparkling, and style the alfresco
area for a Christmas lunch or dinner with family and
friends. The most important part of Christmas Day is
the food. To take the stress out of cooking, fire up the
barbie, put the roast on and let it cook away slowly.
Christmas is a great excuse to go that extra mile to
make your alfresco area fun and festive, and Emma
McCarthy from Table Culture, in Subiaco, says its all
in the detail.
When setting the table for Christmas, I like to add a
little sparkle to a neutral palette using native foliage
and bright flowers, she says. You can work with
what you already have in your cupboards and add
little touches of metallics or cut crystal. Fresh flowers,
foliage and linen finish the look.

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Bon appetit! Ted Weirs famous barbecued butterflied lamb leg.

Start a new tradition


Weirs Butchers in
Nedlands has plenty
of ideas for Christmas
dinners, and Ted Weirs
recipe for barbecued
butterflied lamb leg is one
of the best.
Ted shares his recipe
with POST readers and
says its bound to become
a firm favourite with many
families for Christmas
dinner.
A 2kg butterflied leg of
lamb will feed eight to 10
people.

Ingredients:
2kg butterflied lamb leg
salt and pepper
half a cup of olive oil
five crushed garlic cloves
2tbsp of rosemary leaves
1tbsp paprika
one large lemon

Method:
Score the lamb fat so the
marinade can soak into the
meat and season with salt
and pepper.
Combine the ingredients
and marinate the lamb for

two hours in a fridge.


Oil your barbecue plate
while it is cold.
Briefly heat the barbecue on
high, then turn it down to
medium.
Cook the lamb leg with the
fatty side down for 10 minutes, then turn it over and
cook for five minutes.
Reduce the heat to low,
close the lid and cook for
about 15 minutes.
Let the lamb rest for about
15 minutes under foil.
Slice and serve.

Dont miss out on sweet treats


Carolyn Hartz, of
Nedlands, is a sugar-free
pioneer and has lived sugarfree for more than 14 years.
She recently produced a
recipe book for those keen
to enjoy sweet treats without sugar or gluten, but
still with lots of taste.
Carolyn is gluten intolerant, so she has developed her own recipe for
a Christmas cake that has
become a family favourite.
It also makes a great
edible gift, regardless of
whether family or friends
have food intolerances or
not, she said.
You will need:
butter or oil to grease pan
250g unsalted butter, chopped
125ml water
165ml brandy
80g Perfect Sweet Xylitol
375g raisins
250g sultanas
250g currants
125g pitted prunes, chopped
100g dried mixed peel
4 ex-large eggs, lightly beaten
1 tsp lemon zest, finely grated
1 tsp orange zest, finely grated
270g almond meal
100g natural almonds,
chopped
1 tsp mixed spice
tsp bicarb soda
16-20 whole natural almonds,
to decorate

1. Preheat oven to 160C


(140C fan-forced). Brush a
23cm round cake pan with
butter or oil to grease and
line the base and sides with
two layers of baking paper.
2. Place butter, water,
125ml of the brandy and
the sweetener in a medium
saucepan and stir over
low heat until melted and
combined.
3. Add dried fruits and
mixed peel. Bring to the
boil then reduce heat and
simmer, uncovered, for
eight minutes, stirring often.
Transfer mixture to a large
bowl and cool to room
temperature.
4. Add eggs and zests
to fruit mixture and use

a wooden spoon to mix


well. Stir in almond meal,
chopped almonds, mixed
spice and bicarb soda and
mix well to combine.
5. Spoon mixture into
prepared pan. Decorate
with whole almonds and
cover cake with baking
paper. Loosely wrap the
pan in brown paper and
bake for 1 hour.
6. Remove the brown
paper, reduce oven
temperature to 150C (130C
fan-forced) and bake for
a further hour or until a
skewer inserted into the
centre comes out clean.
7. Drizzle hot cake with the
remaining brandy and set
aside to cool completely.

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Some wishes do come true


The Starlight Childrens
Foundations Christmas appeal
set out to raise $858,000 to grant
132 wishes for sick Aussie kids
this Christmas.
Since it began in 1988,
Starlight has tried to brighten the
lives of seriously ill children and
their families.
It recently granted its 9000th
wish.
Starlight ambassador and
Australian surfing legend Mick
Fanning said the demand for
wishes was growing yearly.
I urge everyone to make
a donation to help Starlight
make dreams come true for
sick kids and their families this
Christmas, he said.
Starlight wishes bring fun

and laughter back into the lives


of kids who have been through
unbelievably tough times.
Starlight wishes can be for
travel, to meet a hero, to take
part in an activity, or for a gift.
Recently the first of this years
132 wishes was granted when
Starlight kid Poppy (9) was
flown to the Gold Coast to meet
her favourite cartoon character,
Scooby Doo.
It is something special, a good
memory to replace so many bad
ones, Poppys mum said.
Another Starlight ambassador,
entertainer David Campbell, said:
Starlight is in it for the kids.
There is no politics, just a
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to develop fine motor
skills, adults have started
colouring in to relieve
stress and anxiety.
Forget stress balls,
table-top golf and mini
basketballs the way to
soothe a stressful day and
re-focus in the office is
to indulge in a little art
therapy, doodle and colour
in.
The new craze covers
almost every crayon and
Texta enthusiast from The
Tattoo Colouring Book
(Laurence King $18.75) for
the frustrated bikie, to the
The Mindfulness Colouring
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Calm (Tiddy Rowan
$19.95) for exercises in
mindfulness.
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and Vogue Colouring Book
(Iain Webb, $16).
For TV addicts there
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Place (Mike Collins,
$18.90), Game of Thrones:
The Official Colouring
Book (George Martin,
$17.50), and The Dr Who
Colouring Book (James
Newman Gray $22).
Perth artist Kyle
Hughes-Odgers
(Fremantle Press, $15) has
joined the trend and turns
from the street to the page
to create his own stressrelieving colouring-in book.
Kyle is an internationally
renowned street and mural
artist whose work can
be seen all over Perth.
He recently had a solo
exhibition in Madrid.

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Christmas reading
recommendations
By Emily Paull
Bookcaffe Swanbourne

This Christmas, top of


my list of recommendations is the Neapolitan
Quartet, by Italian writer
Elena Ferrante.
These four books, which
begin with My Brilliant
Friend and end with
The Story of the Lost
Child, are a feat of terse,
wonderful prose, and had
me absolutely hooked.
They tell the story of
Elena and Lila, two girls
from a small village in
Naples who form a friendship that binds them for
the rest of their lives.
Ferrante has been
praised for the skill with
which she renders the
nature of friendship on
the page, but it is her
writing style and the flair
with which she makes the
ordinary extraordinary
which made these books
my top pick for the year.
I must give an
honourable mention to

Charlotte Woods The


Natural Way of Things.
This book goes into
uncharted territory, and
examines what happens
when a group of women
is kidnapped by unknown
assailants and held captive, waiting to hear what
their fates will be.
Gradually they all
realise what they have in
common.
Wood is one of our
great Australian writers
and I wouldnt be
surprised if this book was
on the shortlist for the
Stella Prize and the Miles
Franklin Award next year.
Ive just finished Gold
Fame Citrus, by Claire
Vaye Watkins, best
known for her award-winning short story collection,
Battleborn.
This, her first novel,
is absolutely stunning; a
very visceral book.
Its about a great water
shortage, and you can
feel the heat of the sun on
your skin as you read.

HMAS Sydney, nicknamed The Grey Gladiator, lost her battle in November 1941.

The Search for HMAS


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Edited by Ted Graham, Bob King,
Bob Trotter and Kim Kirsner
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The loss of the light


cruiser, HMAS Sydney,
off the WA coast on
November 19, 1941,
is the most thoroughly
researched event in
Australian naval history.
In 1922, Professor Tom
Frame, a former naval
officer and director of
the Australian Centre
for the Study of Armed
Conflict and Society
at the University of
NSW, was the author of
HMAS Sydney: Loss and

Controversy.
He said that in March
2008, he was shocked
to find out the Finding
Sydney Foundation
had managed to do
what he had always
said was impossible: to
find the wrecks of HSK
Kormoran and HMAS
Sydney.
The search team, led
by David Mearns, had
not only proved the critics
were mistaken, Tom said.
They had also shown

what thorough research,


careful analysis, creative
use of technology and
sheer determination could
produce: a stunning
triumph.
Why and how a small
group of energetic people
managed to locate the
wrecks is the subject of
this new book, The Search
for HMAS Sydney.
A beautifully produced
hard-bound, lavishlyillustrated and welldesigned volume, it
deserved to be the last
word on the loss of the
famous Australian light
cruiser, Tom said.
The work presents a
series of perspectives and
reflections on the ship
and its achievements, the

final battle and her tragic


loss, the mystery of her
disappearance and the
needless controversy that
followed, Tom said.
[It looks at] the
publication of competing
views and the angry
exchanges between
historians, and, finally, the
emergence of a small team
of professional researchers
and community enthusiasts
who believed it was
possible to find the ship
and gain elusive answers
to questions that had long
haunted the families and
friends of those who had
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Trinity Arcade and
Claremont Quarter.

Victorinox
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from Dallimores,
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At Christmas we celebrate how God identied with us
through Jesus, so that we can reconnect with him.

For the action man, a


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Camel rides, carols and
sausage sizzle.
Christmas Eve service at
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Note down which page numbers the
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Mercy Health staff Lee-Anne Broadbent, right, and Karen Floysand, left, get into the Christmas spirit with Bonnie Bartlett.

Unsung heroes forfeit Christmas


Enrolled nurse LeeAnne Broadbent loves
her job so much that she
doesnt mind working on
Christmas Day.
She will miss spending the day with her four
daughters and extended
family to help care for
Mercy Health residents.
Spending Christmas
Day with residents isnt
really like working, she
said. Its an honour to
care for those seniors who

are unable to be with their


families.
Though some of our residents celebrate Christmas
with their own families,
there are many who dont
have anyone to go home to
and its just wonderful to
be there for them, particularly as I think of them in
many ways as part of my
own family.
They are beautiful
people.
Lee-Anne will be one of

a handful of Mercy Health


staff who will work on
Christmas Day, including
nurses, carers, cooks and
kitchen helpers.
Mercy Health state
manager Anita Ghose said
that in many ways the
local care staff were the
unsung heroes of the community during the festive
season.
When most people
are opening presents on
Christmas Day, tucking

into Christmas lunch,


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or enjoying family company, Mercy Health staff
will be caring for others in
their usual dedicated way,
she said.
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are only too happy to go
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our residents and also help
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Widen Asquith
and save park

Shifting the deckchairs


On the good ship Titanic, some
opined that the risks of icebergs
had been rather overstated or indeed were altogether unproved.
Others decried the economic
costs of changing course, and the
nuisance of arriving late.
So news the ship could continue full steam ahead was greeted
with relief and jubilation, particularly now the problem of
addressing the water leakage,
even though it didnt expressly
prevent submersion, had been
settled: the leak would be controlled in time.
Returning to the more pressing tasks of ensuring adequate
deck seating and suitable music
could proceed and the fleeting

concern over sparsity of lifeboats relegated to a side issue.


Anyway, some said the ship
had always listed a little to
starboard, but no one had been
injured let alone drowned, so
there really was no urgent cause
for concern at all.
The management and first-class
passengers felt particularly reassured because the agreement
had not required anyone to miss
dinner, or tighten their belts.
And it excluded compensation
in the unfortunate event that
those below might suffer any
consequences of a surfeit of water.
George Crisp
Fellow Earthling
Kimberley Street, West Leederville

My generation should have saved local schools


This is an open letter
to Premier Colin Barnett,
Education Minister Peter
Collier, MPs, and past, present
and future high school students
of WA.
As the mother of two children
just beginning school and as a
high school teacher, I read the
POST report, High school site
decision soon (December 12)
with great interest and also
regret.
I grew up in the western
suburbs where several public
and private high schools gave
parents choice, and students
local connection.
My regret is that while
City Beach high was saved
Swanbourne was not.
My generation should have
led such a fight and I am now
an affected parent.
At primary school gates, parents talk about the lack of high
school options.
Shenton College is fantastic,

but services a large area, so for


many parents, sending children
as young as 11 there means very
congested travel.
Walking or riding to school is
unavailable to many students.
Our schools are becoming very
large, classes are full.
The area now needs what not
so long ago it let go (or saved
but still cannot use).
The price of this is less bush
for wildlife.
Hamilton Senior High School
is a small school with amazingly
spacious classrooms.
They are run down, but have
space that new college classrooms can lack.
Young families moving to
that area need to know that
the school they will want in
only a few short years is being
sold off.
It should be there when the
children of the new South
Coogee homes need a high
school.

Is there not a place for a


school that is small enough to
ensure that these students are
all known by name?
The reality of large schools
is that though staff and administrators work hard to create
community, local schools have
a special sense of belonging.
Joanne Horrex
Palmerston Street, Mosman Park WA

Word power
Man: Dear council, can I lay
synthetic green carpet on my
verge?
Council: Certainly not.
Man: Dear council, can I lay
artificial grass on my verge?
Council: Certainly. And thank
you for being environmentallyconscious.
Man (to himself): Heh heh.
Grayden Provis
Hesperia Avenue, City Beach

PERTHS MOST INCREDIBLE PENTHOUSE

Uni should do
what it says
I live in Subiacos South ward
and follow with great interest
the letters to the POST regarding the proposal to hive off our
area to suit the City of Perth
and the University of WA.
To date, we have had no communication about this from the
City of Perth, the state government (including Nedlands MP
Bill Marmion) or UWA.
Isnt it amazing, with all the
brains down there at UWA, that
they find dealing with three
councils impossible?
It strikes me that by following their new mantra they
have an excellent chance to
demonstrate that they can
indeed Pursue Impossible by
maintaining the status quo and
dealing with three councils,
thus showing us that they truly
back their philosophy.

People do use the park in


Asquith Street, Mt Claremont
that Nedlands council is considering using as a carpark
(Did you see any rocking horse
manure?, POST, December 12).
In the future, more people will
use it because the next generation is moving in, which means
we will have more kids.
Nedlands council must accept
responsibility for the parking
problems in Mt Claremont because it realigned the Asquith
freeway instead of widening it.
We lost eight parking bays.
Nedlands councillor Leo
McManus must have been at the
council meeting when it decided
to realign rather than widen it.
All the council is worried
about is the delis where people
sit for hours having coffee, while
parked in the parking bays.
Lack of parking hurts the
post office, the chemist and the
bakery.
I suggest the council returns
Asquith freeway to how it was,
widening it and saving the park
for future kids to play in.
Arthur Ibbs
Asquith Street, Mt Claremont

Greetings from
brigade veteran
Merry Christmas to the POSTs
amateur scribblers who regularly delight us with their wisdom,
humour and often controversial
opinions.
Long live the letters to the
editor brigade!
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Essex Street, Wembley

Alison Forbes
Hardy Road, Nedlands

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Editor, 276 Onslow Road, ShentonorPark


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New womens hospital will


add to QEII areas congestion

Lucky for some


Wow, Graham Hornel of City
Beach must have hearing like
Superman (No AC/DC please,
this is City Beach, Letters,
POST, December 5).
I too live within cooee of the
beach in City Beach and am
bitterly disappointed I couldnt
hear the AC/DC concert at
Subiaco Oval because I could
not get a ticket!
Ryan Morris
Templetonia Crescent, City Beach

There has been a continued


pattern of QEII authorities keeping the public in the dark about
impending developments until
they are a fait accompli.
Remember how the hidden
agenda was actually building
Ronald McDonald House on the
A-class Monash bush reserve?
The public knew only about
a proposal to put a temporary
carpark there.
A few days after Nedlands
council had voted in favour of
preserving the bush reserve
and locating the temporary
carpark elsewhere, the bush was
destroyed with the approval of
then environment minister Bill
Marmion.
Local residents may have
forgotten about the proposed
relocation of King Edward
Memorial Hospital into the
concrete jungle at QEII.
Construction will probably be
postponed because of the delays
in building and opening the new
childrens hospital.
It appears the new womens
hospital will be built on some
of the carpark area on the

Dont rush to
make our park
a carpark
I am writing in relation to the
proposed redevelopment of the
park on the corner of Rochdale
Road and Asquith Street, Mt
Claremont, into a carpark.
I do not believe redeveloping
the park is in the best interests of
the ratepayers who live near it.
A range of factors should be
taken into account when considering this issue.
The southern half of Rochdale
Road (up to Asquith Street) is
subject to Nedlands councils
detailed area plan, which has
resulted in higher density than
other streets within the ward.
People have smaller backyards
and the importance of nearby
open space is greatly increased.
There is wide support among
ratepayers in the surrounding
area for retaining the park as
it is.
The park has been widely
used since the restrictions on
dog walking were removed two
years ago.
It is one of the few safe places
for dog owners to exercise their
dogs off leash.
Children can also be seen
using the area.
Proper maintenance of the
park would result in greater use.
There is ample parking space
within the shopping village area
most of the time.
The main pressure on parking
comes on weekend mornings and
as a result of this, the proposed
carpark would be vacant most
of the time.
This an important issue that
should not be rushed through
the approval process.
It deserves wider discussion
and consultation within the
community.
Ivo Kinshela
Rochdale Road, Mt Claremont

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Aberdare Road side of the main


hospital buildings.
The womens hospital, after
the succession of other buildings, will inevitably put even
more pressure on the local area.
The demand for additional
parking and medical suites
could well spread to the fringes
of Kings Park.
This would be facilitated
by clauses that Premier Colin
Barnett has been astute enough
to include in both the City
of Perth Bill and the Local
Government Bill, giving the
executive director of public
health greater decision-making
powers over Kings Park.
At a time of increased threats
of terrorism, bushfires and
epidemics, the centralist model
of hospitals flies in the face of
international standards of best
practice.
It is also highly questionable
when there is still a reliance
on bus services rather than a
light-rail link.
Anna Vanderbom
Monash Avenue, Nedlands

Subiaco is dying must


we lose the oval as well?

Reader Chris Hassell says even her husband, who is almost 2m tall,
struggles to read this lofty new sign in Cottesloe.

On a real high in Cottesloe


We are mystified by the sign
that has recently appeared
near the Marine Parade end
of Rosendo Street, Cottesloe.
We can only think the council
may be preparing for rising
sea levels, or maybe even the
return of The Giants?
The sign is about 3m above

ground level.
Because it is so high, most
people would be unable to
read it without a stepladder.
Any suggestions as to the
reason for the unusual height
of this rather pointless sign?
Chris Hassell
Bromilow Green, Mt Claremont

This is an open letter to all WA


MPs and Subiaco councillors.
Over the past 10 years or so, I
have witnessed the slow death
of my once very vibrant suburb.
This vibrancy can now be
found in areas like Oxford Street
in Leederville, and Beaufort
Street in Highgate.
I have seen the Pavilion
Markets become a forever eyesore, the Station Street market
close, WA football move from
its traditional home, and office
blocks making my once vibrant
suburb nothing more than an
extension of West Perth.
Now I would like to know
about Subiaco Ovals future.
If it is to be converted to apartment blocks, I would appreciate
the opportunity to sell up now
before house prices fall further
and our once beautiful suburb
is finished forever.

I have travelled to 58 countries


and seen how grassland and
parks are cherished as prized
assets close to cities.
If anyone even considers it is
wise to destroy this rare piece
of turf, with all its history, and
convert the oval into apartment
blocks, then he or she seriously
should not be in a position of
power, in my opinion.
We need political members
with foresight.
I am preparing a register of
MPs and councillors to record
their positions on this matter.
We have seen Subiaco, once
a gem of a suburb, become a
deserted place on weekends.
Now even keeping our historic
oval is in question.
Please reply to me at PO box
1162, Subiaco, WA 6904.
Keith Holmes
Edenderry Terrace, Subiaco

Its cheaper to cop a fine now and then than to park at QEII
I recently asked Shenton
Park residents to let me know
about parking problems in their
streets and given their response,
the estimate of all-day parking
in residential streets (with a
two-hour limit) is 250 vehicles
per day.
This does not include those
parked on verges.
The expectation is that when
the childrens hospital and other

buildings open at QEII, numbers


will rise.
All-day parkers seem to be a
problem in all of Herbert Road
and in Onslow Road, Rosalie
Street, Derby Road, Violet
Grove, parts of James Street,
Hilda Street and streets off
Hilda.
The general consensus is
that drivers park there rather
than paying to park at the QEII

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Most are contractors or
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because the number of times
they are likely to be booked is
very low (if at all).
It is cheaper to accept an occasional fine than pay full-time
at QEII: $5.90 daily, from 7am to
6.30pm, and $4.43 other times
about $118 per month.

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More views on this matter are
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has formed to discuss this with
the council takes the matter
further.
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Skipper Oliver Mavrick, right, and Conall Hansford competing in the 420 class at the International
Classes Regatta.

Jenna Everett competing in the Open BIC event in the International Classes Regatta.

Challenging winds get sailing fleets flying


In a great warm-up for
the national championship,
Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht
Club has hosted 225 sailors
competing across 14 fleets
in the International Classes
Regatta (ICR).
Around 100 volunteers helped
at the event, held in blustery
conditions.
The next generation of young

racers enjoyed themselves both


on the water and on shore.
One of the youngest was Grace
Owen (7), who was preparing
for the upcoming Optimist
Australian Championship in
Sydney, where she will sail in
green fleet for beginners.
Her older brother, Lachy, was
racing in the Optimist silver
group and was very pleased to
win one of his 10 races.

It was a bit tiring but I had


lots of fun, said Lachy, who
came third overall, behind
winner Thomas Hodge and
runner-up Max Shannon.
Liam Saunders won the Open
BIC gold event from Sam Rose,
followed by Barney Woo and
Genevieve Hennessy.
In the Mirror fleet, the winners were father and daughter
Richard and Matilda Rowell

from another family team,


Simon and Tyson Barwood.
Jayden Dalton and Owen
Ready had a fairly convincing win in the 420 class, while
seasoned Laser sailor Colin
Dibb led Grant Lovelady and
David Whait in the podium
placings.
Brothers Marcello and Raffael
Torre came first and second respectively in the Optimist gold

event, while Richard Maher won


six of the12 races in the Laser
class to lead overall from James
Stewart and Zac Littlewood.
Hayden Hunt and Ben Walsh
won in the 29er fleet.
Peter Chalmer, the clubs rear
commodore of sailing, said the
weekends success was thanks
to staff and many enthusiastic
volunteers and parents.

Its a case
of double
dux at JTC
Teachers were posed with a
problem when it came to choosing
the dux of John XXIII College
this year.
The scores of Elysia Korn and
George Matthys were so close it
was impossible to separate them.
Judges said they even went back
into the students previous records
to try to find an overall winner,
with no success.
They have therefore been named
double duxes, an event so rare that
the last time it happened was 18
years ago when a girl and two boys
shared the honour.
The title was announced at the
schools award ceremony.
I knew it was close but we had
no idea we would both be dux,
George said.
Georges score was based on his

Top of the school The scores of


duxes George Mattys and Elysia Korn
were too hard to separate.
Photo: Billie Fairclough
performance in physics, two types
of mathematics and chemistry.
Elysia studied economics, accounting and finance, and religion
and life.
She is also a singer and has
auditioned for a place at the WA
Academy of Performing Arts.
Both Elysia and George have
applied to study philosophy at the
University of WA.

Members of the public are advised that the

WMRC 2016 Ordinary Council Meeting Dates


4 February 2016
7 April 2016
2 June 2016

City of Subiaco
Town of Mosman Park
Town of Claremont

All meetings will commence at 5.30pm


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4 August 2016
6 October 2016
1 December 2016

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Plan before
you party
People should plan their
rides home before heading out
over the Christmas and New
Year period.
Nina Lyhne from the
Department of Transport advised people to consider using
designated taxi ranks, booking
a taxi or small charter vehicle,
nominating a skipper, or taking
public transport.
Along with Perths taxis
and small charter operators,
Transperth buses and trains
will be running their normal
services over this period with
extra services on New Years
Eve so people can enjoy a night
out and get home safe and
sound, Ms Lyhne said.
People should wait in welllit and populated areas where
possible, she said.
Demand for taxis is high,
especially from 1 to 4am on
Saturdays and Sundays.
When you are in a taxi or
charter vehicle, be courteous
and respectful to your driver and
other customers, as everyone
wants to get home safely, Ms
Lyhne said.
To view transport options
and tips, visit transport.wa.gov.
au/taxis or for public transport
information, visit transperth.
wa.gov.au.

Something to chew on
There will be a door prize of
a restaurant gift voucher at the
nal meeting of the Mosman
Park Residents and Ratepayers
Association.
It will be at 7pm on Monday,
December 21, in the Mosman
Park Bowling Club.

The unbeaten Neddies under-11s celebrate back-to-back cup wins at the annual Centaurs international rugby tournament in Singapore.

Neddies triumphant in Singapore

The Nedlands Rugby Union


Club is celebrating after
another successful trip to an
international junior tournament in Singapore.
Neddies sent four junior
teams to the annual Centaurs
Youth Rugby Tournament in
Singapore, which was more
than any visiting club.
The tournament drew together almost 150 teams from

more than ve countries.


The Neddies under-8s, under10s and under-12s all braved
the hot humid conditions to
perform strongly at the tournament, played over the weekend
of December 5 to 6.
The under-11s went through
the tournament unbeaten to
make it back-to-back cup victories after previously winning
the under-10 grade in their rst
visit to the tournament last year.

The Neddies under-11s


saved their best for the grand
nal, keeping the opposition
team, the host Centaurs club,
scoreless with some great
defence.
Many of the Neddies players
have returned to Perth with
mementos of the trip after
customary jumper swaps with
opposition teams from different countries.
The club is also arranging

to host games from visiting


Singaporean rugby teams at the
foreshore in Nedlands.
Preparations are already
under way for even more
Neddies junior teams to return
to the Centaurs tournament
next year.
The Centaurs tournament
caps off another great year for
Neddies, which shared the 2015
RugbyWA Steve Fink award for
WAs best junior club.

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Music to while away


Sunday evenings
The first free sunset@subi
concert of 2016 will feature
Adam Hall and the Velvet
Playboys.

Budding entrepreneurs Jack Robertson, left, Clancy Banfield, Jasmine Mercer and Connor Bannerman at
the Freshwater Bay pop-up Christmas market.

Making Christmas their own


A couple of hugely successful
after-school pop-up markets in
Claremont have raised funds for
the Salvation Army Christmas
Appeal.
The Year 2 and 3 classes at
Freshwater Bay Primary School
made Christmas gifts in their
technology and enterprise classes
and then spent two Tuesday afternoons selling their produce.
Nearly everything sold out at
the first market so they had to
quickly restock for the next one,
held this week.
The students got together
in working groups in class to
brainstorm what to make for the

market, working on logos and


product designs.
They also thought about how
they would market their wares.
Class teachers Tom Sutcliffe
and Terry Platts were overwhelmed by the community
support and said they had underestimated how successful it
would be.
Tom said: The business challenge provided students with the
unique opportunity to develop
entrepreneurial skills through
planning, creating and selling
handmade products.
It was impressive seeing the
students work together for a
common goal.

It was an incredible experience enjoyed by the whole school


community.
School principal Mari Dart
said it was a fabulous real-life
initiative.
Everyone has really enjoyed
working on it and learnt a lot,
she said.
At the first market, one class
raised $344.55 while the other
raised $151.80. Parent Bridget
Robertson said her sons, Jack
and Harry, had absolutely loved
the opportunity to make greeting
cards, door signs and healthy
gummies.
They now want to run a popup stall in our street, she said.

They will play a picnic


concert in Crawleys J.H.
Abrahams Reserve in The
Avenue from 5 to 7pm on
January 3.
Since forming in 2005, the
band has been captivating
audiences with a trademark
jazz and blues sound.
Along with Adam on vocals
and trumpet, the six-piece
band features some of WAs
finest musicians.
Along with classic jazz,
rockin blues and boogie woogie sounds of the 1950s, their
repertoire features original

songs and a selection of contemporary music from James


Brown, Ray Charles and Harry
Connick Jr.
The sunset@subi picnic concerts cover a mix of themes
and genres suitable for all
ages.
Pack a low chair or blanket
and take family and friends to
enjoy a free summer afternoon
concert.
The series continues every
Sunday from then until
February 21 at various parks
and reserves within the City
of Subiaco.
For more information, visit
subiaco.wa.gov.au/concerts or
contact the council on 9237
9222.

Subi, a great place for kids


Subiaco council has been
recognised for creating
environments that protect
and support the health of
children.
It won the child health and
development category as
well as the nature play category in the local government
Childrens Environment and
Health Awards.
The awards recognise
achievements across 15 categories, including the areas
of environments promoting
physical activity, nature play,
healthy and safe food and
planning healthy communities.
Subiacos mayor, Heather
Henderson, director of community development Debbie

Terelinck, senior community


development officer of children
and families Donna Hamilton
and Subi Kids Crew members
Oliver McQuoid and Greta
Lynch accepted the awards.

Free fun for


families
Celebrate 60 years of library service in Claremont
on Tuesday.
There will be free activities
in the Claremont Community
Hub and Library, 327
Stirling Highway, from 10am
to noon on December 22.

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Changing Places
to provide
freedom
The first Changing Places,
specialised bathrooms for
people with disabilities, will be
established at 14 places around
WA over the next two years.
The idea is to give people
with disabilities more freedom
to move around their community
and the state.
Disability Services Minister
Helen Morton said that the
$2million commitment from the
WA government was the first of
its kind in Australia.
The state government has
responded to a need for facilities
for people with disability who
want to travel around WA and
go out within their community,
but are hampered by a lack of
appropriate bathroom facilities, she said.
As well as standard accessible
toilets, the facilities include a
hoist.
It is a joint project of the
Disability Services Commission,
the WA Local Government
Association and National
Disability Services WA.
Metropolitan locations include
Elizabeth Quay, Yagan Square in
Scarborough, the Perth Stadium
and the new Waterbank development next to the Causeway in
East Perth, and one in Cockburn.
In regional WA, there will
be Changing Places in Albany,
Broome, Geraldton, Mandurah,
Narrogin and Toodyay.
The first to open will be at
Elizabeth Quay early next year,
with the others to follow over
the following two years.

Pups Daniel, right, and Hannah, pictured with Lisa Chaperon from HIA, were rescued in Karratha and flown to the Shenton Park Dogs Refuge
Home where they found a temporary home in a kennel sponsored by the health insurer. Photo: Paul McGovern

Loveable pups find temporary refuge


Stars of the small screen from
the Shenton Park Dogs Refuge
Home are showing people how
funny and engaging dogs can be,
even when they are homeless.

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Anne Humphrey from HIA
said: We saw there was an
opportunity in our new ad
campaign to demonstrate to the
community that rescue dogs are
funny, clever, caring and perfect
options for pets.

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Acting up for
their school

Elton is a
goof-ball

A spoilt princess called Beauty was


taught a lesson in a dramatic way in Lake
Monger Primary Schools Year 5/6 class
recently.

Staff at the Shenton Park


dog refuge have put finding a
new home for Elton the siberian husky on the top of their
Christmas lists.

Their school play, Beauty IS a Beast, was


about a princess who is beautiful on the
outside but ugly on the inside.
Her fairy godparents decide to turn her
inside out to give her some insight.
Teacher Travis Taylor said: Putting on a
play is fun for the students, and memorable
because it is interactive and visual.
It helps to builds co-operation between
students, increases interaction, builds confidence and fosters their self-esteem.
He said the process was a powerful educational tool.
The whole class gets involved in the
project, he said.
Not only do the students participate in
rehearsals but they also have to help create
props, sets and costumes.
We often have audio-visual aspects requiring students to use sound and video
editing programs.
They also use a range of media to create
posters to promote the play.
He said drama also allowed students
with English as an additional language to
experiment with using emotion and tone
in their speech.

The Princess (Alice Chong) front pictured with her court, clockwise from left, Nikolina Blagojevic,
Dhuani Patel, Paransh, Max Arnold, Ugyen Chogyel, Aimi Amran and Steve Gathogo.
Photo: Billie Fairclough

Summer fun at No. 86


Whether youre into movies
and music or the thrill of speeding down waterslides, theres
something to please everyone in
the No. 86 Youth Centre school
holidays program.
Kicking off on Monday, January
4, the program contains four
action-packed weeks of activities, including day trips to the
Kalamunda Water Park and the
Great Escape at Hillarys.
A c tivitie s in the c e n tr e
in Cambridge Street, West
Leederville, include studio and
urban art workshops, beach wear
sewing workshops and barista
training.
The holiday program will wrap
up on Friday, January 29, with an
open mic session where up-andcoming artists are encouraged

to take to the No. 86 stage and


showcase their talents.
This is an audition opportunity
for artists looking to perform at
the annual Exposure Youth Music
Festival in March next year.
As well as the organised activities, young people 12 years and
over are invited to drop in to No.
86 to enjoy the centres facilities,
including air hockey, table tennis,
pool and free internet access.
No. 86 Youth Centre is at 86
Cambridge Street and is open to
all young people aged 12 years
and over.
To get a copy of the holiday
program, give the Youth Centre
a call on 9381 1996, email youth@
cambridge.wa.gov.au or drop in
any time between noon and 6pm,
Monday to Thursday, or 3 to 7pm
on Fridays.

Elton, who is four, was saved


by the police after being found
in an abandoned house.
He quickly found a home but
has been returned to the Shenton
Park Dogs Refuge Home because
his adopted family had severe
allergies.
This brave boy is an utter
goof-ball and will have you in
stitches as he gallivants around
the home, said Ange from the
Shenton Park home.
Elton does an amazing cat
impression, where he winds
himself around your legs before
plonking down on your lap for
some attention.
He is a wonderful dog and will
make an amazing companion for
any family.
She said Elton would be good
with children aged 10 and over
but could be choosy when it came
to dog friends.
The refuge is at 30 Lemnos
Street and can be contacted on
9381 8166.

Grant will help a


welcoming vision
Applications are now open
for positive and practical
proposals for people with
disabilities.
Disability Services Minister
Helen Morton said the
$40,000 Dr Louisa Alessandri
Research Grant aimed to support the vision that we live
in a welcoming community.
The last grant went to an
intergenerational mentoring
project designed to benefit
young people with intellectual disabilities. Through this
project, mentors from WA
Mens Shed Association have
had success working with
young people to enhance their

work and social participation.


Mrs Morton said Dr
Alessandri (1963-97) had
personal experience of living with disability but had
not allowed it to define her.
She was a renowned child
health researcher in Western
Australia, committed to improving the lives of people
with disability, and also
made a major contribution
to the sector as a Disability
Services Commission board
member, she said.
Applications close at 5pm
on January 29. For more
information about the grant,
visit disability.wa.gov.au.

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A chance to catch up
in the summer break
It will be back to basics
in maths at a series of
workshops for primary and
middle school students in
Claremont.

On the menu was Iraqi food prepared by Haider Al- Tameemi and Rasha Al- Saedi with help from Mohammed and
Mustafa Al- Tameemi.

United by the love of food


The rich cultural diversity of
Mosman Park Primary School
was on show at its recent celebration of food and music.
More than 600 people turned
out to sample a sumptuous and diverse array of foods from 14 stalls,
all proudly prepared by members
of the school community.
Malaysian chicken curry,
Japanese delicacies, Chinese
fried rice, Sri Lankan lamb curry,
Bhutanese momos, Thai beef
salad and Persian soup were
feature dishes, alongside local
delights like Shark Bay whiting
tortillas from Dirk Hartog Island.
There was even a good old

Aussie stall, serving up pulled


pork rolls with coleslaw, followed
by pavlova.
Canadian families wowed the
crowd with Canadian poutine
(hot chips with gravy and curd)
and pancakes with maple syrup.
While sampling the tantalising
food, the crowd was entertained
by two school fathers, Shane
Orton and Ian Campbell, who
sang and played guitar as if
they had been touring together
for years.
Students performed on piano,
trumpet, guitar and even didgeridoo.
Finally the Southern Cross

space

Bush Band swung into action,


with students playing their instruments along with them while
the rest of the school community
kicked up their heels and danced.
One of the event organisers,
Rachel Horncastle, said it was a
chance to celebrate fresh homecooked food and the important
place it had in bringing people
together.
Particularly in light of recent
world events, it quite simply is
a chance to enjoy each others
cultures and to share love and
friendship across all our different nationalities and religions,
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Community news

Driving the bus keeps Don active


Don Campbell plans to
volunteer as long as he can
still drive, which is lucky for
MercyCare.
For the past eight years, Don
(77), of Wembley, has spent four
mornings a week at McAuley
House, MercyCares Wembley
day centre, where he helps
transport elderly people to and
from group outings and social
activities.
Don has a long history of giving back to the community, and
has volunteered since the 1960s
when he was an ambulance
driver in Darwin.
I worked for a telecommunications company for a long time
and so I had a truck licence for
that, he said.
When I retired, I thought I
may as well make use of that
licence and volunteer as a bus
driver.
Driving the people at McAuley
House around gets me out and
about, gives me something useful to do and keeps me active.
Dons hard work and the contribution of all the volunteers

were celebrated at MercyCare on


International Volunteers Day.
MercyCare volunteer coordinator Anne Ward said volunteers were involved in a range
of programs, helping the elderly,
children, asylum seekers and
at-risk young people.
Our volunteers range from
university students to seniors
and all play a vital role in our
organisation, she said.
Ms Ward said Don played a
unique and important role in
improving the lives of McAuley
House participants.
Dons willingness to volunteer his time behind the wheel
of a bus allows us to organise
regular group outings which
keeps seniors engaged and
connected with their local community, she said.
As people age they can
sometimes become isolated or
lonely, especially when they can
no longer drive.
Ms Ward said MercyCare was
looking for more volunteer bus
drivers like Don.
Visit www.mercycare.com.au/
volunteer for more information.

Don Campbell helps passengers Eira Corp, left, and Hilda Gully on to the MercyCare bus.

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The latest addition to the RAC
Walk of Fame, Ken Michael,
worked on bridges, road design,
construction and in management.
Dr Michael is also a former WA
governor.
RAC president Esme Bowen said
the Walk of Fame outside the RACs
West Perth office acknowledged
those who had made significant
contributions to transport and road
safety in WA.
Dr Michaels notable career

spanned more than 40 years and


included being patron of the RAC,
Commissioner of Main Roads
WA, chairman of the East Perth
Redevelopment Authority, a member of the Economic Regulation
Authority and chancellor of the
University of WA.
Dr Michael will share the Walk
of Fame with Professor Gordon
Stephenson, who is widely acknowledged as the father of Perths
freeway system.
Their pavers will join those laid

in RACs centenary year 10 years


ago, which recognised the industrys
pioneers and advocates.
Dr Michael said he was honoured
to be acknowledged for his contribution to the industry.
I am humbled that RAC, a wellrespected WA member organisation, has chosen to include me in
their Walk of Fame, he said.
Dr Michael will be the 17th person to be inducted into the RAC
Walk of Fame since its launch in
2005.

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bowling

Cambridge
The never-say-die
attitude of Cambridge
Bowling Clubs premier pennant team
won the day with a
solid away win against
Osborne Park.
Jim Barrys side of
Ted Leahy, Greg Kane
and H. Christensen
won by 17 shots, which
gave the team 4pts.
Division 1 blue
hosted Yokine and
won 5pts to go to third
on the ladder.
Tony Walsh and his
team of Haydn Lowe,
Dave Hughes and John
van der Werdt had
a day out, crushing

their opponents 27/10,


while Wally Manning
remains the only unbeaten skip in the club
with his team of Ziggy
Phillips, Phil McShane
and Neil Howat narrowly home by 2 shots.
Division 2 red went
down to Sorrento
by 7 shots. David
Sladen and his team
of David Fulsham,
Dunc McPhail and Woz
Smith won 25/20.
In 4 red, Ross
Williams, who is new
to the club, continued
his winning run with
another new bowler
Rob Stevenson, Andy

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Jenkins and Lloyd


Guthrie 27/21.
The winners of
Fridays social bowls
were MaryAnne
Hart, Norma Samuel,
Rosemary Goddard
and Elizabth Arrow
with +11.
On Saturday morning, John Godfrey,
Pieter Zwaan and
Frank Oliver took out
first prize, with Gavin
Arrow, Kevin Brren
and Rob Stevenson
the runners-up.
The clubs Saturday
premier team continues to knock over the
big names.
Club captain Jon
Sharp and his team
of Neil Bolton, Ash
Byers and Jim Barry
won a tight game
17/12, while Clive
Adams showed his
class with help from
young Cam Harris,
Cliff Wooldridge and
Ross Bolton 25/12.
On Pieter Harriss
rink, Greg Kane, young
Eddy Leahy and Nick
Lewis came home
22/17, while David
Opies team had a
struggle at 13/29.
The Knights are now
4.5pts clear on top of
the ladder.
Saturdays 2 red
won over fast-finishing
Morley 73/71.
The leading team
was returning skip
Steve Buckley, Phil
McShane, Wally
Manning and the dynamic Tony Bellos 28/8.
The Knights roared
back into contention in
3 blue after picking up
7pts against Bayswater
at home on the new A
green.
Les Snashall, Dave
Fulsham, Jay Medhat
and Barry Snelling
sailed away to a 21/10
result, while Dave
Hughes, Paul Litopolis,
Bernie Yates and Woz
Smith had a comfortable 20/15 win. David
Sladen, continued
to impress as a skip,
with his team of Bob
Gauntlett John Barlow
and Dunc McPhail
shooting 24/18.
Division 4 blue continues to look for a win.
The winners of
Mondays 2-4-2 were
Ross Williams and Bob
Gauntlett, with Tony
Bellos and Don Quin
the runners-up.

Claremont
In Thursdays pennants, division 4 white
played away and
gained 1pt.
The winning team
was Des Lynch, Hazel
Warr, Mike Yates and
Mark Lyndsey.
In Saturdays pennants, division 6 gold
picked up 4pts due to
forfeit.
Division 3 red
gained 7pts at home.
The pot winners
were John Sneddon,
Joe McMillan, Brian
Wright and Dave
Ivers.
The winners of
Saturdays mixed social bowls were Des
Lynch, Rick Kendall,
Dot Leeson and Barry
Caporn, with runnersup Derrick Dimbleby,
Norm Underwood,
Estelle Boak and
Ireton Parker.
Peter Channer won
Sundays scroungers from Francis
Hourquebie
After the last game
of pennants for the
year on Saturday,
December 19, the club
welcomes bowlers and
partners to nibbles
and drinks.
The club wishes
Mike Yates all the
best with his treatment.

Dalkeith
Nedlands
The Bankers last
Thursday saw David
Ironside stand alone
against all comers and
win the prize.
There were 6-0 wins
for both teams in the
ladies Tuesday pennants.
In division 1 green,
Wendy Ireland,
Wendy OMeehan,
Marcia Mazanetz and
Noelene Collins did a
terrific job with a +27
win against Innaloo.
The 3 green team
playing Mt Lawley
saw a +28 win by Carol
Anderson, Lynette
Worland, Glenys
Moulton and Cathy
Minchin.
In Saturdays pennants, the clubs
top ladies won 4pts
against Scarborough
with a terrific +16
by Wendy Ireland,
Maureen Davison, Val
Hulbert and Lynette
Worland.

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Division 3 purple
went down to Mt
Pleasant, but Gwenda
McIntosh, Wendy
OMeehan, Sally-Anne
Sansom and Glenys
Moulton squeezed a
+2 win on their rink.
The blokes saw a lot
more black ink on the
board this week.
In Thursdays pennants, 1 blue south
scored 6pts against
Hilton Park, with
an outstanding +25
by Andrew Foster,
John McIntosh, David
Steinberg and Lindsay
Richardson.
Division 2 red
picked up 5pts against
Willetton, with David
Hyde, Noel Reynolds,
David Broadfoot and
Richard Jay scoring a
well-earned +9.
Division 4 white
went down to Como,
but Peter Bacich,
Alan Davison, Tony
Quinlan and Ron
Day scored an admirable +9. Losing
is not these guys
agenda. Division 4
blue gained 5pts, with
Chris Richardson,
Pete Hopper, Andy
McGlew and Ken
Brooke winning a nailbiter with +4.
Saturday saw some
great wins, with 1
blue south gaining
7pts from South
Perth. Jesse Brown,
Kim Green, David
Steinberg and Ross
MacKenzie scored
+18.
Division 3 red gained
6pts against Manning,
with Al Pitman, Gordy
Wilson, Blake Heldt
and Norm Sutton
knocking up +14.
Wanneroo were
too good in 4 blue
but Rick (the wick)
Mapley, Geoff Sansom,
Ivor Davies and Bill
Ridge won with +2 and
gained 1pt.
Division 5 blue beat
Lake Monger, with
Pete Hopper, Adrian
Clements, Rod Tilt
and Alex Campbell
winning by+13.
The Rotators had
to battle against
the Reserves on
Thursday, but Ivor
Davies, Brian Page,
John Shaw and Bruce
Fierget won with +7.
There were 110
people at Christmas
lunch on Sunday, and
fortunately there was
no bowls competition
on Monday.

Hollywood
Subiaco

Mosman
Park

It was another good


day at the office in
the ladies Tuesday
pennants.
The rink of Anne
Ormsby, Alannah
Brindley, Dot Leeson
and Margaret Gawler
ran out four-shot winners 23/19.
After being nine
shots behind at one
stage, the rink of
Rhonda Wilkie,
Deirdre Duncan, Nada
Bonny and Lesley
Langley levelled the
score with one end to
play. They were holding three shots when
the opposition skip
came in with the last
bowl to take the shot
and the game at 20/21.
It was a great result
in the mens mid-week
pennants as well, with
both divisions scoring
the full Monty.
Division 2s Leigh
Fitzpatrick, Rod
Hickling, Ronnie
Ronaldo Middleton
and Mike Hatch
had a nine-shot win;
Alan Brindley, Wally
Graham, Glen Morey
and Vern Jones won
by 11; while John Hall,
Bill Ford, Robbie
Appleton and Tony
Byrne had a 22-shot
victory and won the
pots.
Division 4 had its
first win in three
rounds when it hosted
Mosman Park.
Rob Blythe, Laurie
Ward, John Horsfall
and Greg Bridges did
well to win by 3; John
Duncan, Phil Lawler,
Ron Wilkie and Ray
Preston had a 12-shot
win; while Ted Brown,
Bill Chellew, Colin
Graves and Peter
Evans won by 13.
In Saturday pennants, division 2s
only consolation was
the after-game sandwiches after receiving
a 60-shot drubbing by
Valley.
Division 5s Laurie
Ward, Bob Bridges,
David Beswick and
Colin Graves were the
heroes of the day.
They finished with a
+18 win that not only
secured the aggregate
but also earned them
the pots.

The winners of the


clubs high-quality
mixed pairs championship were Judy
Allen and John Carter,
with runners-up
Renate Coote and
Damian Adams.
Well done to all the
finalists.
Kerry Anderson
played her usual
great bowls to win
the ladies state pairs
championships with
her partner from the
country. Well done,
Kerry.
All the ladies
Tuesday pennant
teams had wins last
week, while the mens
only win was in 5th
division, gaining 5pts.
Only a few stalwarts turned up for
Wednesdays scroungers.
The weather wasnt
very good but they
battled on in the cold
wind.
There were no individual winners, but
all walked away with
Christmas cheer for
being stoic enough to
come along.
Saturdays pennant
results were a mixed
bag.
The ladies division 1 team had a win
against top-of-theladder Manning, while
division 3 missed out
by a couple of points
only.
The men all had
good wins, with division 1 and division
5 winning maximum
points and division 3
gaining 6.5pts.

Ptanque
At Subiaco Ptanque
Club last Saturday, the
winner of the ongoing
Presidents Trophy
was Lida Valkova,
followed by Thelma
Dry, Guy Soubeyran,
Claude Minuta, Joan
Daniels and Pennie
Blackburn.
There will be no
competition on Boxing
Day, but there will be
social ptanque.
The next competition day will be
Saturday, January 9.

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morning meet at Kidogo
Arthouse on Bathers
Beach to share painting,
conversation, support and
encouragement.
Fran Rhodes tutors
the artists from diverse
backgrounds, including a
lawyer, a psychologist and
a professor
The students abstract
painters Ken Allan, Sue
Robinson-Grone and
Shelley Blair, portrait
painter Jamie Price,
landscape artist Judith
Rivalland, and floral

Beyond the Farm Gate unlocks


the stories and secret recipes from
a melting pot of flavours and
influences. Photos: Chris Gurney

cinema

REWIND

What the critics are saying


The Blier Family (M)

Suffragette (M)

Carey Mulligan gives an affecting,


skilfully modulated performance that
lends a certain coherence to this
assemblage of real-life incidents,
composite characters, noble sentiments,
stirring speeches and impeccable
production values all marshalled in
service of a picture whose politics prove
rather more commendable than its
artistry, says Variety. There are times
when the movie piles on troubles with
too heavy a hand, says Rolling Stone.
At other times, Suffragette blazes with
a fire that cannot be denied In a sea
of Hollywood escapism, Suffragette
flaws and all is a movie that matters.

Average star ratings

Bush Cygnet Bay by


Judith Rivalland.

War through the wall


Blind Date (CTC)

REVIEW: PIER LEACH

The beauty of the otherwise formulaic


La Famille Blier is the way this affable
crowdpleaser manages to twist its
overplayed setup: Teenage Paula
(played by Louane Emera, a semi-finalist
in Frances The Voice competition)
discovers that she has a God-given
talent for singing, but cant communicate
that desire to her deaf family, says
Variety. The Hollywood Reporter
agrees it is a charming and funny if
not entirely smooth concoction from
co-writer-director Eric Lartigau.

artist Jo Thorpe are all


showing their work for the
first time.
Their exhibition, Four
+ 2, opens at Kidogo
Arthouse Gallery from 6 to
8pm on Friday, December
18, and is on show until
Monday, December 21.

The famous plot contrivance of Nora Ephrons everpopular 1993 romantic comedy
Sleepless in Seattle was that its
central lovers dont even meet
each other until the final five
minutes of the film.
Blind Date, the Paris-set
romantic comedy from French
actor and first-time writer-director Clovis Cornillac, plays with
a similarly cute and even less
likely set-up: two neighbours
with wafer-thin walls separating them argue about noise and
then fall in love, all without ever
coming face to face.
Cornillac plays an irascible
recluse who builds complex
puzzles for a living and has
barely left his apartment since
his wife died seven years prior.
His friend Artus (Philippe
Duquesne) even delivers his
groceries.
When a young pianist
(Melanie Bernier) moves in
next door, he tries what he

Co-writer Lilou Fogli plays Charlotte, who joins her best friend
(Melanie Bernier) at a blind dinner party where they never see the men.

does every time the apartment


is leased to spook her into
swiftly moving out.
Shes not so easily played,
though, and after the pair
embarks on an outright war
trying to drive each other crazy
with noise, he eventually relents
and before long their antagonism turns into affection.
The battle scenes are played
out with quirky amusement;

Cornillac takes some clear


visual cues from fellow French
filmmaker Jean-Pierre Jeunet
(Amelie) that buoy the films
hit-and-miss comedy and the
two actors develop a convincing
screen chemistry from opposite
sides of the wall.
The suspension of disbelief is, of course, prerequisite
when the pair decides to keep
their romance blind and

even nameless they call each


other whosit and whatsit.
They even host their respective
friends Artus and Charlotte
(Lilou Fogli, who co-wrote
the script with her husband
Cornillac) for a blind dinner
party with tables pushed to the
wall.
At times proceedings tip into
teeth-clenching clich especially an over-the-top scene in
which he teaches her to feel
the Chopin she is playing until
her hair tumbles down and her
bosom pops the buttons from
her shirt.
But its an eccentric blind
date, culminating in an inevitable scene reminiscent of Berlin
circa 1989. Its fun, even if it
wont inspire a second one.
Blind Date screens at
Somerville Auditorium from
Monday to Sunday, December
21 to 27 (closed Christmas Day).

Words of wisdom
TimeOut will have a
new advice column in
the new year.

Watch this space!

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Titanic surfaces again

TIMEOUT

POST

arts

SARAH McNEILL

The sinking of the


unsinkable Titanic is a
story of luxury and excess,
power and determination,
of heroism, bravery,
cowardice, love, sacrifice
and loss.
It is the greatest and
most dramatic story ever,
said Tom Zallar, CEO of
Imagine Exhibitions and
creator of the exhibition,
Titanic, which opened with
a fabulous lunch at the
Perth Convention Centre
last Friday.
What better way to
experience the style and
luxury of the fated ship than
to sit at a perfectly laid table
to enjoy just some of the
dishes from the 13-course
meal first-class passengers
enjoyed just hours before
the ship hit an iceberg.
Exclusive to Perth, the
story of Titanics first and
final voyage is told through
room re-creations and
more than 375 artefacts
from the Titanic and her
almost identical sister ship,
Olympic.

They are
going to
launch the
lifeboats, but
youll all be
back on board
for breakfast.

The journey through


the details of the worlds
largest and most luxurious
ship in1912 begins when
each visitor receives a
ticket with the personal
information of a real first,
second or third class
Titanic passenger, or crew
member, with details on
the travellers background,
why they were on board
and perhaps who they were
travelling with.
The experience ends
in the memorial gallery,
where visitors learn the
fate of their passenger
or crew member on the
freezing cold early morning
of April 15, 1912.
They are going to
launch the lifeboats, a
crew member assured
survivor Eva Harts father.
But youll all be back on
board for breakfast.
Such was the nature of
the disaster that neither the
crew nor the passengers
believed the ship could
sink, and the crew had not
been trained to use the
limited number of lifeboats.
Extravagance and luxury
had replaced lifeboats,
which White Star Line

chairman Bruce Ismay


considered unsightly and
unnecessary. The first
lifeboat, which could carry
60 people, left the ship with
just 12 first-class passengers
on board. Knowing there
were not enough boats
to save the 2208 people
on board, Ismay jumped
into a lifeboat filled with
third class passengers as
it was descending, leaving
his captain and crew
to their fate. He was
reviled for the rest of his
life. In contrast, playboy
businessman Benjamin
Guggenheim put his wife
on a lifeboat, changed into
his tuxedo and went to the
bar to await his fate.
As well as original
artefacts some from
the Olympic, some from
the Titanic before she
sailed, and a few that
survived the disaster
are the re-creations from
James Camerons 1997
blockbuster film.
The sapphire Heart of
the Ocean necklace, the
pencil drawing of Rose
wearing nothing but
the necklace, and some
costumes worn by the
young lovers, Kate Winslet
and Leonardo DiCaprio,
are in the exhibition.
Tom has always loved
the story of the Titanic and
when he was asked to put
the exhibition together he
decided to make the long
and difficult trek to the
grave yard of Titanic on
the bottom of the North
Atlantic ocean.
Describing the long
journey from the midWest of America to
Newfoundland, the 600km
trip to the location and
then descending in a tiny
submarine for 2 hours,
straight down, 3800m to
the bottom of the ocean,
he conjures up the intense
anticipation, excitement
and fear of being so close
to the wreck and of being
that deep in the ocean.
I was looking through
the porthole at the wreck
when I felt a drop of water
on the back of my neck.
For an instant I thought
I was going to die. A pin
prick would have exploded
that submarine at that

depth. But then I looked


up and realised it was just
condensation.
The wreck, which is in
two halves, and the debris
field (8km x 4km) are
slowly being eaten away
and it is estimated that by
2050 she will be little more
than a puddle of rust on
the ocean floor.
But her story is likely to
linger much longer.
Titanic The Exhibition

is on show at the Perth


Convention Centre until
February.

Above: In the exhibition, boarding the Titanic leads to the


re-creation of the Titanics magnificent first-class staircase
(top left). Left: Now known as the sinking coat, Kate
Winslet wore the pink wool coat for her last scenes in the
film, Titanic.

the most fascinating exhibition to be seen at an Australian public gallery this year
John McDonald, Sydney Morning Herald

Now on at the Art Gallery of WA | Must end 31 January


Book online treasureships.com.au

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Image: Japan Dutch trading ship in Japanese waters c.1870. Four-panel screen, opaque watercolour, ink and gold on paper, 67.5 x 138.0 x 11.0 cm. Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth.

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Tis the season for indulgence


the chefs

wife

AMANDA CARLIN

Ive been researching where


to dine in December to enjoy
a Christmas menu with all the
trimmings.
But unless I want to dine on
December 25, or bring 15 work
colleagues with me, there is no
room at the inn for this couple of
foodies hoping for a traditional
Christmas spread.
So on to plan B a feast fit for
a king!
We find The Flour Factory
in Queen Street in the CBD,
where restaurants are heaving
with office Christmas parties.
As the name suggests, the
renovated 100-year-old building
was once a flour mill and has
returned to its roots, albeit in
the guise of a bar. Its a fusion of
many things New York deli,
Spanish bodega, cocktail bar
and kitchen.
The Flour Factory prides itself
on making almost everything
in-house in the butchery and
bakery with its own flour mill.
Stepping through the entrance
we notice the aroma of freshly
baked bread. Chef and I are
greeted and seated in the dining
area, away from the main bar.
As the bar starts to fill up, we
enjoy the festive atmosphere,
which is a little loud at times.
The Flour Factorys soundtrack
with everything from Johnny
Cash to Going Loco down in
Acapulco is eclectic and fun.
The drinks menu has the
CBDs biggest gin and fortified

Rangers Valley Waygu beef is cooked to perfection along with duck-fat


potatoes and asparagus.

wine collection. If thats


something that tickles your
fancy, then youll love The
Sherry rooftop bar upstairs.
I order a fruity Villa Sandi
Prosecco to sip while we look
over the menu of roasted meats,
charcuterie and gourmet hot
dogs. We choose the Big
Feast, $75 per person, a three
course chefs choice meal that is
shared by the table.
We start with an aperitif.
The Flour Factorys very own
vermouth is made with Howard
Park.
A basket of freshly baked
sourdough, served with housechurned smoked butter and
a charcuterie board, are the
first morsels to arrive. The
waiter presents us with todays
selection of house-cured meats
and pickles, though hes not
sure what each item is. There
is chorizo, bresaola and more. I

particularly relish the ox heart


pastrami.
On to second course and
Chefs eyes widen with glee
when a large platter of Rangers
Valley Wagyu appears at our
table. The marbled piece of
grain-fed beef is smothered in a
rich jus. It is cooked perfectly
medium rare and melts in my
mouth.
Also on the platter are crisp
duck-fat potatoes, served with
a drool-worthy bacon mayo.
They are fluffy on the inside and
so very moreish. The perfectly

cooked asparagus is served


with smoked egg yolk, crunchy
puffed wheat and a sharp
parmesan cream.
My only grumble about
the platter is that most of the
components are lukewarm. This
is mainly due to the food being
presented on a wooden board
and the meat served sliced and
fanned means it doesnt hold its
heat well.
Next we have a sweet
collection of cheese and dessert.
Were both wowed by the
subtilty of the King Saul Blue
cheese dish. The very first
unpasteurised Australian cheese
is $300 a kilo and liberally
crumbled over sliced yellow
grape tomatoes and a celeriac
and fig puree. We scoop up
the dip-like creation with crisp
lavosh. Its superb and I make a
mental note to try to re-create it
at home.
We end on a sweet note with
house-made white chocolate
truffles and a malted milk icecream, chocolate and salted
caramel dessert. The caramel is
stick-tothetop-of-your-mouth
delicious.
Though there is not one
turkey in sight, mouth-watering
meats coupled with roasted veg
and scrumptious desserts make
it a festive feast indeed!

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at a

GLANCE

The Flour Factory


16 Queen Street, Perth.
Phone 9485 1711

opening times

Monday to Friday: noon until late


Sat: 4pm until late

rating



service 

ambience 

value for money 

food

style American/Spanish deli


wine well rounded local and
international wine list.
Focus on gin and fortified wine.

owner Andy Freeman


chef Matt Carulei
feel inner city warehouse
wheelchair access yes
cost Small - $6 to $35
Large - $15 to $50
Dessert - $5 to $14

all in all trendy venue, though

a little noisy. Excellent food and


smallgoods, most made in-house.
Interesting drinks list.

The TIMEOUT food reviewer visits


restaurants unannounced and
pays for meals and drinks.

life by the

drop

King Saul Blue cheese dish is a knock-out.

Your artwork could be


printed 2million times
Little Creatures in
Fremantle is calling on
artists to help create a new
label for the craft brewerys
iconic Pale Ale.
The brief is short and
sweet: What do Little
Creatures, Fremantle and
WA mean to you?
Marketing manager Ash
Cranston said: In the 15
years since Little Creatures
bottled its first Pale Ale,
we have travelled across
Australia and other parts of
this wide world.
However we couldnt
have achieved this without
the support of the local
community, who have let
us just be creatures from
the very beginning.
We cant wait to see
what folks come up with.
The top five finalists
will have their artwork
displayed in the Little
Creatures Brewerys
Fremantle brew house,
and all visitors between

January 16 and 21, will


be able to vote for their
favourite. The winner will
be announced on January
23.
The winners design
will be printed on to two
million Little Creatures
Pale Ale labels and
distributed across Australia
from June 1, and will also
appear on big outdoor art
billboards in Fremantle.
The winner will be
invited to showcase art for
a month in the exhibition
gallery space in the Little
Creatures Fremantle Great
Hall.
Entries close on January
10.
To get involved,
download the label design
template, and for all the
competition details visit
littlecreatures.com.au/
competition.
To enter you must be
over 18 and a resident of
WA.

Thats our Denmark


Boutique winery Harewood Estate
nestles on picturesque Scotsdale
Road in Denmark.
Established in 1988, it was
bought by current winemaker
James Kellie in 2003.
James started his career at
Howard Park wines with John
Wade and Michael Kerrigan,
and later, in 1998, started
making wine for Harewood
Estate on contract.
Since Jamess takeover,
Harewood Estate has
achieved a Five Red Star
Halliday rating and accumulated 33 trophies, making it
one of WAs most awarded
wineries.
At a recent consumer
tasting where I featured the
Harewood Estate riesling, one
of the comments was: Thank
goodness youre showing a
wine from Europe. I cant
stand Australian wines,
theyre too fruit forward.
After I had explained that
this was Denmark in WA, not
Denmark in Europe, we tried
the riesling together.
For this non-fan of Australian
wine, the wine ticked every
box: restraint, class, spice,
structure and length. If you
have not tried an Aussie
riesling for a while (say,
the last 10 years) then this
wine comes with strong
endorsement.

Harewood
Estate
Denmark
Riesling
2015
The fruit for
this riesling
is from the
vineyard
directly
next door to Ducketts Mill,
well known for its cheese.
Harewood winemaker and
owner James Kellie has made
this a streamlined and elegant
wine. This is a spiced and
refreshing riesling with a racy
acid backbone and burst of
bright fruit on the palate.
There are lime pith, white
pepper, green apple skins
and a swoosh of cleansing,
tightly coiled acidity. It
deservedly won a gold medal
at this years Qantas wine
show.
Its a cracking bargain and
ideal with glazed ham on
Christmas Day.
$19. 91 points.

ERIN LARKIN
LIQUOR BARONS
TASTING PANEL

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arts

Tuinen into music


SARAH McNEILL

Chris van Tuinen knows

Conductor Chris van Tuinen likes to keeps himself busy conducting several local chamber
orchestras.

Exit stage left for


two arts leaders
Black Swan State
Theatre Company and WA
Ballet are both losing key
leaders.
Last week, Black Swan
artistic director Kate
Cherry was surprised to
learn that her contract
would not to be renewed at
the end of next year.
In 2008, Kate was
brought in on a fiveyear contact to expand
audiences. She oversaw the
transition ofBlack Swan to
a flagship state company
and the move into the new
State Theatre Centre in
2011.
She has led the company
into a strong period of
growth, with subscribers
up from 716 in 2008
to 2774 last year and
philanthropic income up by
422%.
She has initiated
several artist development
programs, including the
Emerging Writers Group,
the Resident Artists
program, Rio Tinto
commissions and the new
Bridging Company with
WAAPA, which starts in
January with a Fringe
World show.
After nine years, the
board has decided not to
renew her contract past
at the end of next year,
which is Black Swans 25th
anniversary.
WA Ballets chief
executive Steven Roth
has decided to leave the
company in February to
take a position as executive
director of the Scottish
National Ballet.
Steve took the reins of
the ballet company in 2007
when the companys 19
dancers were threatening
strike action. A financial
bail-out by the then

Steven Roth

Carpenter government
headed off the strike and
led to a spotlight being
focused on the states arts
companies and the low
level of investment.
At the end of 2007,
Premier Alan Carpenter
announced the $75million
Ignite package the
biggest injection of funds
into the arts in the WAs
history.
With Steve at the
helm, WAB prepared a
major business case for
the Government, which
outlined the need for
more dancers, improved
repertoire and a new home
for the company.
The company increased
its dancer troupe to 40,
32 professional artists and
eight privately-sponsored
young artists, and through
a major capital fund-raising
campaign moved into
its own new State Ballet
Centre in Maylands.
The past eight years
have seen the biggest
growth and investment
in the companys history,
including re-branding,
the commission of
seven new full length
ballets (including two
co-productions with
Queensland Ballet),
increased audiences,
touring and donor and

sponsor support.
Steve said: It is
inspiring to see what can
be achieved when people
come together to support a
shared vision.
I will be sad to leave
Perth and the many friends
I have made here, but I
am equally excited about
the move to Glasgow and
all that lies ahead with
Scottish Ballet.

better than anyone that


Perth has a thriving and
popular classical music
scene.
The pianist and
conductor had spent
five years with no fixed
address, conducting opera,
ballet and orchestras across
Europe. But since arriving
in Perth five years ago, he
has embraced, and been
embraced by, the local
music scene.
He said that with the
number of orchestras
performing in Perth, any
notion of cultural cringe
would be offensive.
He is now conductor
and director with the
UWA Choral Society,
WA Symphony Orchestra
chorus, Fremantle
Chamber Orchestra and
Lost and Found Chamber
Opera, and is program
manager for the Perth
International Arts Festivals
fine music program.
He admitted loving his
numerous roles and jobs
because he had a short
attention span.
Having eight things to
do at once just keeps me
out of trouble, he grinned.
He was studying law but
practising the piano more
than reading legal tomes
when former High Court
Justice Michael Kirby
heard him play at a cocktail
party and told him he was
wasting his talents.

Chris said it confirmed


what hed always secretly
thought, and he went
to study music at the
Victorian College for the
Arts.
He is engaging when he
talks about classical music,
able to convince even the
most musically ignorant
that a chamber orchestra is
nothing more than a cover
band for popular music that
just happens to be a couple
of hundred years old.

Satie predicted
that music
would one day
be a constant
background like
wallpaper.

In programming next
years classical music for
PIAF, Chris has designed
a chamber music weekend
so that music lovers could
have his daily experience of
being beside it, immersed
in it. A purpose-built
stage in Winthrop Hall will
allow up to 500 people to
enjoy an intimate concert
of music created for
drawing rooms.
Chris has paired several
performers in new and
unusual combinations to
encourage them to stay and
play the weekend away
with friends theyve yet to
make.

From at 6pm on Friday,


February 26, through to
9pm on Sunday, February
28, there will be almost
constant music. While
some of the worlds
leading chamber musicians
perform numerous concerts
in the hall during the day
and evening, outside in
the garden, a relay team
of student musicians will
play Erik Saties Vexations
non-stop from 6pm on
Saturday through to noon
on Sunday.
Around 1893, Satie
predicted that music
would one day be part of
everyday life, a constant
background like wallpaper.
So he wrote his own
piece of wallpaper music.
His deceptively simple,
meditative Vexations is
one minute of music to
be played 840 times nonstop. John Cage was the
first pianist to perform the
marathon with a relay team
of players.
Chris took part in a
Vexations marathon in
Melbourne 15 years ago.
I hope therell be a few
hard-core nuts wholl just
stay overnight, Chris said
cheerfully.
Also outside Winthrop
Hall, audiences will be able
to hear world-class cellist
Michael Goldschlager
performing six Bach suites
over three performances.
They can listen while
relaxing in bean bags
under the stars with a glass
of wine.

The Kaleidoscope Ensemble presents

See page 45
Kate Cherry

Kaleidoscopes new adaptation of Bobos


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

The Kaleidoscope Ensemble


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

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Reviews by STEPHANIE McGANN and BEN DINEENDICKINSON

CHANGING HANDS

H I D E AWAY S

spotlighton
DALKEITH

Offers
18 Waratah Avenue
This 1173sq.m corner property
thats just a hop, step and jump
from the river is on the market
for the first time in almost 50
years.
AGENT: Linda Sullivan,
Space Real Estate.

Kick back and watch the tennis game unfold from the best seats in the house.

Watch the tennis from the front room


From $2.4million

6
4

48 Viking Road
A beautifully landscaped
garden surrounds this fivebedroom home with a pool.
AGENTS: Chris Shellabear
and Nick Holt, Shellabears.

From $5million
30 Jutland Parade
This art deco character home
needs a little TLC, but the
810sq.m riverside property is
on one of WAs most prestigious streets.
AGENT: Gordon Davies,
Anderson Davies.

FAST FACTS
The median Dalkeith
house price is $2.4million.
Properties for sale: 44

23 Browne Avenue
DALKEITH
From $6.5million
Paxton Hoad

onscious eco-design
was the brief for architect Simon Rodrigues
in creating this Dalkeith
family home.
The owner said she
wanted the property to be
an artefact that blended
in with its surroundings.
Built in 2004, the sixbedroom, four-bathroom
home is as architecturally
impressive as it is warm
and inviting.
The house is set back
from the street with a tennis court at the front of the
1518sq.m block.
It is positioned to be in
full shade at 4pm during
summer, providing ideal
playing conditions, according to the owner.
Spectators can keep
score inside the home,
through double-height

A curved wall is an eye-catching feature


that is replicated throughout the home
windows in the outdoor
living area at the front of
the house.
In the entry, a curved
wall is an eye-catching
feature that is replicated
throughout the home.
There are similar curved
walls in some of the bedrooms, bathrooms, balconies and exterior walls,
creating visual interest as
well as natural insulation.
Off the entry, a formal
living and dining room
are intimate spaces with
French marble fireplaces.
Designed with the home
cook in mind, the kitchen
has raised, stainless-steel
benchtops, a cool room and
plenty of storage.
Wine lovers will appreciate the climate-controlled,
sandalwood-lined cellar.
A 25m pool takes advantage of the northern light,
so the owners have never
needed to heat it.

There are five bedrooms


on the first floor, including
the main bedroom with two
big walk-in-robes, a marble
ensuite and a shower that
opens to a private balcony.
A full-sized billiard
room has been fitted with
a soundproof aluminium
ceiling.
If you wish to mix business with pleasure, you
can take advantage of the
conference calling facilities in this room (there are
screens on the walls).
The interior walls and
floors are pared back, with
a combination of concrete,
cement plaster and limed
cork.
The home has a two-car
garage and there is room
to park four cars on the
driveway.
The selling agent is
James Paxton, of Paxton
Hoad.
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Architect Simon Rodrigues designed the home, with a tennis court at the front of the 1518sq.m block.

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real estate news. Please email julie@postnewspapers.com.au.

A little bit of Tuscany in Oz

You might not expect to find a little


slice of Tuscany at the southernmost
tip of mainland Australia. But
there, cloistered between South
Gippslands national parks and
the picturesque waters of Waratah
Bay, is one such treat. Basia Mille
is a 4.45ha estate about two hours
south-east of Melbourne. And with
its private nine-hole golf course,
cellar door and established olive
grove, it has everything you need to
wind down and taste the good life.
The four-bedroom home comprises
separate Tuscan-inspired buildings,
all with travertine marble bathrooms
and access to a sunny piazza.
Several verandas make the most of
the sweeping hilltop views. Selling
agents Nicolette van Wijngaarden
and Janine Lum, of Unique Estates,
are seeking offers from $2.5million
for the property at 1 Taylor Court,
Fish Creek. For more details, phone
0411 144 877.

A 1962sq.m riverfront property at


52 Jutland Parade, Dalkeith, has
just settled for $9.25million.

Gloom what gloom?

If you thought there was doom and


gloom in the market, think again. A
prime, riverfront block at 52 Jutland
Parade, Dalkeith, has just settled
for $9.25million. The 1962sq.m
site with an older-style home on it
was priced at $10million. Gordon
Davies, of Anderson Davies, said
it was sold with a minimum of fuss
and without a lot of promotion.
Mr Davies said the price reflected
the market, but in the boom it
could have gone for more than
$11million. Never one to mince his
words, Mr Davies said there was
too much negativity in the media
about the property market. Im
tired of so-called experts who take
it upon themselves to predict whats
happening in the market, he said.
Properties were selling, if they were
priced correctly, he said.

If you love Lord of the Rings, why


not build your own Hobbit home?

Looking to splash out this holiday season? This Tuscan-style home on


the South Gippsland coast is sure to impress your friends.
Home sweet Hobbit

It turns out Bilbo Baggins and the


Hobbits of the Shire were on to
something in terms of home design.
Sitting beneath a layer of soil,
Hobbit homes provide natural
insulation, meaning the diminutive
humanoids would have lived in a
comfortable constant temperature all
year round. A US-based company
is making the dream of living in The
Shire a reality with prefabricated
Hobbit homes that can be assembled
in days. Green Magic Homes make
fibre-reinforced polymer arches
that are bolted together to become
different rooms. The arches can
be joined in a number of ways so
homeowners can customise the
design. Soil is added to the top of
the structure to press the arches

together, according to the builders.


Prices start at around $450 a
square metre. For more details,
check out greenmagichomes.com

Its all happening on


Hampden

When youre a fresh face in real


estate, getting your name out there
can be hard work. Some agents
opt for the usual flyer drop, often
resulting in reams of glossy paper
overflowing from mail boxes. But,
driven by a desire to promote local
businesses as well as his own face,
Blake Dowling, of The Property
Exchange, decided to think outside
the (mail) box. Happening On
Hampden is a voucher book, devised
by Mr Dowling, containing discount
vouchers to various businesses

in Hampden Road, Nedlands.


From Student Flights to Hollywood
Pharmacy, Burgermeister and
Vintage Cellars, many businesses
have collaborated with Mr Dowling
to produce the book that he said
had fostered a thriving community
spirit in the area. If you mosey down
Hampden Road, you can pick one
up for $10, with all proceeds going
to local charity Cord and Fiona
Stanley Hospitals spinal injuries unit.

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The year that was


2015 has been a big year in more
ways than one.
As the east coast markets
experienced a boom in both volumes
of sales, clearance rates and record
prices achieved, the industry in
the West was faced with far more
subdued market conditions.
Its easy to jump the success
bandwagon in the good times but the
measure of a good agent is how they
adapt to perform in more challenging
times.
At Abel McGrath the focus has
always been on our ability to gain
advantage during the good times, but
also to be able to achieve success for
our clients regardless of what market
conditions are telling us.
Abel McGrath principal and founder,
Simon McGrath, says adapting to
changing conditions is vital to ensure
clients are given the service they
need in these times.
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properties listed for sale at the
moment, which is almost 3,000 more
than the same time last year, which
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team who continue to go above and
beyond for their clients.
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our business and we have had some
wonderful results in this area.
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importance each year and we have
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In other results:
CITY BEACH
8 Erskine Place was passed
in for $2.4million by Greg
Williams and Mack Hall,
of Mack Hall Real Estate.
Kookaburras often visit the
backyard of the sprawling
five-bedroom home.
6 Felton Road sold under
the hammer for $2.5million, exceeding its reserve
price. Christopher Dee, of
Realmark West, said the
seller was thrilled a young
family had bought the home.
COTTESLOE
1B Bryan Way was passed
in for $2.55million by
Richard Young and Vynka
Malone, of Caporn Young.
Overman and Zuideveld
designed the home, which
has ocean views.
MT CLAREMONT
10
Adderley
Street
was sold at auction for
$1,435,000.
Simon
McGrath and John Hunter,
of Abel McGrath, said
about 40 people gathered
at the 4x2 with a pool.
PEPPERMINT GROVE
50 Leake Street was
passed in for $1.8million by
Adam Lenegan and Mack
Hall. The 837sq.m block is
in the heart of Peppermint
Grove, near the river.
NEDLANDS
44 Waroonga Road was
snapped up before its auction for an undisclosed sum.
Daryl Cook, of Abode Real
Estate, had listed the fourbedroom home.
NORTH FREMANTLE
4/10 Swan Street was
sold under the hammer for
$672,000. Keryth Cattalini
and Connie Handcock, of
Caporn Young, said there
had been a lot of interest in
the 3x1.
WEMBLEY
24 Simper Street was sold
at auction for $1.3million.
The agent was Louis Carr,
of Acton Central.
WEMBLEY DOWNS
59A
Sulman
Road
was passed in by Matt
McWaters, of Wright Real
Estate, after a vendor bid
of $1,050,000. The modern family home is on a
650sq.m survey strata
block.

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100C Woolwich Street


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backs on to leafy Cowden
Park and is opposite West
Leederville Primary School,
making it ideal for young
families.
AGENTS: Craig Gaspar and
Mandy Pattison,
Caporn Young.

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hristmas preparation may have


reached fever-pitch, but that
wasnt enough to deter buyers from
local auctions last weekend.
There were 10 properties up for
auction in the western suburbs and
five sold under the hammer.
And it wasnt just locals who were
getting in on the action.
Two Australians living overseas,
one in South Africa and another in
Vietnam, battled it out by phone for
a stylish family home at 12 Houston
Place, Mt Claremont.
The 4x3 with a pool was knocked
down to a final bid of $1.76million
to the buyer in Vietnam.
Agents Simon McGrath and John
Hunter, of Abel McGrath, said about
30 people had gathered to watch
the fierce bidding unfold.
Lots of neighbours popped in
to see what was going on in their
street, Mr Hunter said.
The home, on 468sq.m, overlooks
Bold Park and the Christ Church
Grammar School playing fields.

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Travertine and Tasmanian


oak floors are stylish touches
in this four-bedroom home
on a rear block near
Subiaco Oval.
AGENTS: Vivien Yap and
Moses Marrion,
LJ Hooker Claremont.

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AGENTS: Kyle Peters and
Kate Frichot, Caporn Young.

FAST FACTS
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28 ROSENDO STREET, COTTESLOE FR $1,395,000

SO MUCH TO OFFER
Blessed with a prized northern aspect, this spacious townhouse
is exclusively positioned on the corner of Broome and Rosendo
Streets. Mere minutes stroll to sand, surf and coastal walks.

Comfortably presented throughout


Large lounge and semi open-plan dining
Kitchen
Study
Secure two car garaging
Two large courtyards
Set on approximately 280sqm strata block
Potential to add value
2

HOME OPEN: SAT 19TH DEC 9.45AM - 10.20AM

BEV HEYMANS 0419 099 243


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According to RP
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properties were sold
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6 Deane Street
COTTESLOE
Mid to high
$3millions
Space Real Estate

elling agent Justin


Davies, of Space Real
Estate, bills this home as
virtually the only twostorey character home in
Cottesloe, and he may
be right.
Granted, it has been
renovated and extended
drastically since its inception, but every addition
has faithfully adhered to
the Federation style that
makes it so pleasing to
the eye.
Ocean views sweeten the
deal, as does the location
just half a block from the
beach.
Unusually for a character renovation, this house
eschews big, sprawling living areas and in doing so
maintains its authenticity.
There is a combined
kitchen and lounge at the
rear, but it is in proportion
to the house.
Of course, the real
open-plan living area is
the backyard, where an

Marble walls and concrete floors complement each other


in the luxurious ensuite.

The homes Federatian style is very pleasing to the eye and the beach is a short walk
away.

Ocean views sweeten the deal, as does the


location just half a block from the beach
established tree shades a
patio next to a tidy garden.
The paved front courtyard is another outdoor
entertaining area, connected to the main bedroom by a set of double
doors with plantation
shutters.

It would make for a


great view in the morning,
before you head to the
adjoining marble ensuite
and dressing room to prepare for the day.
Spacious minor bedrooms can be found
upstairs, all with timber

A roaring fire in the corner warms the bedroom and its


attached dressing room.

shutters and some with


ocean views.
When its not too windy,
a wide balcony offers an
ideal setting for breakfast.

FAST FACTS
Median Cottesloe house
price: $1.8million.
Properties for sale: 110

The lounge opens to the backyard, creating an ideal


indoor/outdoor entertaining space.

Located in the very scenic Ferguson Valley with stunning views to the west

PRIVATE SALE: 1620 Ferguson Road, Ferguson Valley


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wonderful casual everyday appeal with French doors and sash windows looking out over the valley.
All 4 bedrooms have WIRs and lovely farm vistas from every window.
A gorgeous 2 bedroom cottage with verandas and views of its own.
School bus at front gate (including to BCGS).
10 paddocks and other holding yards, with extensive fencing including a lane-way system feeding
into the shearing shed and yards making stock handling a breeze.
Workshop attached to the shearing shed and ample undercover machinery storage.

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sales
$757,5000
CLAREMONT
12 Shenton Road
Peacock House is brimming
with charming features, just
like the neighbouring terraces.
AGENT: Jordan McGuirk, TM
Residential.

Youll never tire of the


360-degree view from this
20th-floor apartment.

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$3.65million

MANDURAH

COTTESLOE
19 John Street
Character and modernity
combine in this elegant 5x3
on 637sq.m.
AGENT: Frank Torre, House
Real Estate.

Everything from carpets to the wallpaper is new. Look out to Kings Park while doing the dishes.

Panoramic views
of river and city

$4.3million
COTTESLOE
21 Beach Street
With six bedrooms and three
bathrooms, theres plenty of
room to spread out in this
renovated 1919 house near
the beach.
AGENTS: Mack Hall and
Adam Lenegan, Mack Hall.

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20E/14-16 Kings Park


Avenue
CRAWLEY
$1,488,000
William Porteous
Properties International

s an agent, its important


to be familiar with the
property you are selling.
Peter Robertson, of
William Porteous Properties
International, knows this
apartment building like the
back of his hand.
He lives in the complex,
which was one of the first
high-rise buildings to be
built in Crawley.
I can vouch for the ex-

ceptional lifestyle it offers,


Mr Robertson said.
Visitors often say its
like being in a resort, and
it is especially in summer
when you can laze on the sun
lounges around the pools and
cabanas.
Theres a mix of young
and not so young residents
in the building, which is
surrounded by beautifully
maintained grounds.
This three-bedroom apartment is on the 20th floor, and
boasts a 360-degree view of
the river, city, UWA, Kings
Park and across the water
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You simply need to stand
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The 190sq.m apartment
has been renovated from
front to back with a new
kitchen, bathrooms, laundry,
lighting, wallpaper, carpets,
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All you need to do is unpack your bags and hang up
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On the long list of extras
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A glass-roofed dining room is a spectacular talking point come rain or


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relax in their own wing which has a private alfresco deck with a built
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www.youngsplumbing.com.au

Built on Relationships

Local Nedlands Builder

Additions | Alterations
Bathrooms | Kitchens
Your supervisor is the owner
of the business

DAVID COLLINS
0418 954 086

david@bastilledevelopments.com.au
www.bastillehomes.com.au
Registered Builder 13523

ASBESTOS

Asbestos
Removal
Accredited removalist with 20 years
experience. Specialising in houses,
outbuildings. Fences, roofs etc
NO JOB TOO SMALL
CALL YOUR LOCAL EXPERT
FOR A FREE QUOTE

Rob 0409 958 186


BATHROOM
RENOVATIONS

STOP LEAKING
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Bathroom Renovation
Regrouting
Pensioners discount
30 years experience
12 years warranty

MUIRS

Jacks Intersealed

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Renovations
Neil Davey
Kitchens
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Professional Work at honest prices
All Areas No job too small

9401 9613
M: 0419 930 368

One Company All Trades


Perth TLC Group can project
manage your bathroom
improvement/renovation
www.tlc-perth.com

9284 0165

info@tlc-perth.com
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Improvement section

0417 915 951


www.jacksintersealed.com.au

BATHROOM
international
RENOVATORS
OWNER/BUILDERS
Biggest Selection of
Vanities, Taps, Spas,
Floor & Wall Tiles
Showroom:
325 Canning Hwy Palmyra

John Chivers
Asphalt Service

JOEL IRRIGATION &


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9386 3183

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Alterations Specialist with


Strata and Leasing Companies
FULL DECORATION SERVICE

Guarantee lowest quotations


20 years experience in the industry
Free Quotations
Residential Driveways
Trench Reinstatement
Coloured Bitumen
Pothole Patching
Speed Humps
Bitumen Cutting
Wheelchair Ramps

Specialising in complete bathroom


renovations and building works,
demolition, wall removals and space
re-congurations from start to completion.
All works guaranteed and carried out by
qualied trades. References upon request.
For a quote please call
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0488 208 999


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CHRIS ATKINSON

Bobcat and Truck Service


Phone: 9383 9743

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MIKE BRYANT

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Lawn - Concrete - Rubbish removal


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Experienced in all aspects of brickwork,


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0417 930 607

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0408 129 186


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PH MARK NEWBOLD

0400 565 545


31 yrs exp
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PAVING - Driveways patios


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14 Gloster Street, Subiaco

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Small Jobs Immediate Attention
Ring Frank
25 yrs exp

0412 908 205

Paving & Limestone


Professional
Construction & Installations
Restoration, Clean and Seal Work

Call Dave 0408

092 350

BRICKWORK
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Concrete Cancer & Waterproofing
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Cliff 0401

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Landscaping, Paving, Reticulation,


Limestone Walls and Ponds

0412 917 818 Ph & Fax 9384 9224

9329 9700 0403 774 303


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BUILDING

National Estate
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New homes plus
additions & renovations
by a specialist who
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Tel. 9381 7094


7 Forrest Street Subiaco
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Mobile 0412 292 488

0413 327 435


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Perth TLC Group can project


manage your next home
improvement/renovation
www.tlc-perth.com

9284 0165

info@tlc-perth.com
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INSPECTION & CONSULTING
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Lloyds worldwide professional indemnity insurance
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T/SMS 0414 341 543


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BUILDING
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We Remove, Repair, Replace


Brickwork / Fretting mortar,
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Lintels, Eaves, Windows,
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Hidley Pty Ltd

SPECIALISING IN CARPENTRY
AND CONSTRUCTION

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

Specialising in Painted and Timber


Media Cabinets, Bookcases,
Home Offices and
Full Carcase Robes

I PERSONALLY DESIGN,
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Jaycraft Cabinets
Quality Kitchen Renovations
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Office Study Entertainment
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9302 5209
0417 998 435

CAR DETAILING
ALL-WHEELS DETAILING
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Quality Work Guaranteed
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Eye Viewers & Accessories

Enzo De Palma

Mobile 0412 194 842

CABINETMAKING

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Kitchen, Wall and Vanity Units
Bookcases

9381 6098
Traditional Craftsmanship
7 Forrest Street,
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LORNE EDWARDS
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9339 8113

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CARPENTRY

CARPET CLEANING

CEILINGS

CARPENTER

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Extensions & Renovations


Maintenance & Repairs
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9383 7977
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Ceilings installed & repaired


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

Undertaking all aspects


of carpentry.
Specialising in Renovations.
Restoration on Colonial
& Heritage Properties.
References upon request.
Service & Quality Guaranteed.
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David Macdonald
0488 208 999
Carpentry &
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0418 957 690

CARPENTRY & MAINTENANCE

Qualied Charpenter with over 30 years experience


Specialising in:

Doors
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Pergolas & Decking

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all work to perfection
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0414 337 873

Patches Carpentry
and Maintenance

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Decking Pergolas Fencing


Renovations Framing Skirtings
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STAIGERS
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WOODWORKS & RENOVATIONS


Suppliers of:
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in Perth Kitchens & Wardrobes
Project Management Undertaken
Call Neville 0416 190 154
or email: nev@mbas.com.au

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Fully insured, police cleared

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0439 695 273

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0418 941 539

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 Concrete cutting & pool


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

 Gary 0415 390 297

www.vincentdemolition.com
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Extensions design and


drafting specialists
1 and 2 storey additions,
Custom Designed Homes

for a free site visit and assessment

call Chris

0421 348 136

www.extensionsbydesign.com.au

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Liquid Limestone
Honed & Polished
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Romans
Shutters
All Blinds
Domestic
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DRAFTING SERVICES

Personalised Service - BEST PRICES

Council Approval
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www.centuryitc.com.au

Diana Rice Interiors

Extension &
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Call: 6465 4444


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SAFETY SWITCHES SMOKE ALARMS HWS
BATHROOM HEATERS UPGRADE RENTALS
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9384 7079 0412 779 947


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Roberts
Renovations &
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ALL ELECTRICAL WORK


LIGHTING DESIGN
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GARDEN LIGHTING
POWER OUTLETS
HOT WATER UNITS
OVENS
SAFETY SWITCHES
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0422 238 213

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Tel 0411 123 769


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MAINTENANCE and
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Power points

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Lighting, Power Points
Safety Switches, Smoke Alarms
Hot Water System Repairs
Ceiling Fans, Exhaust Fans

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Bathroom, Kitchen
TV & Phone Points
Internet Cabling
Fault Finding
7 DAY/24HR EMERGENCY CALL OUT
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Ph: 0419 907 502

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Security Fencing Rural Fencing
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or james@jcfencing.com.au
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mallee roots

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RCDs, Lighting, Power, Fans,


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Call Mark

0411 706 716


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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

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LANDSCAPES 2000

Cambridge
Gardening
Services

Sanding / coating and


Timber repairs
Full restoration services
AFTA member
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GARDENING

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Regular or casual. Call Nigel

NEDLANDS
GARDEN SERVICE
THE PERFECTIONISTS

* For Excellence in Garden Care


* Plant Selection & Planting
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Specialising
DALKEITH TO MOSMANS
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0412 229 200

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SANDING, FINISHING
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ALL LANDSCAPE AND


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Maintenance Plans
Reticulation : Serviced
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Servicing the POST area since 1983.
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REGULAR GARDEN MAINTENANCE AND CLEANUPS.
ROSES AND COTTAGE
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ALL AREAS
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Phone MATTHEW
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Garden Makeovers
Select & Deliver Plants

Call Dave on
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Member of Australian Timber Flooring Association

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Pruning Weeding
Cleanups Mulching

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Mobile: 0414 080 753


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Roger Hill 0419 921 122

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Small-medium sized tree
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Rubbish Removal
Council Pick-ups
Lawns Pressure Washing

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Gates & Asbestos Removal
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SERVICING ALL WESTERN


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Stove & Oven Repairs


Reticulation Controllers

0407 770 910

Electrical Contractor
All electrical work
Air con split system installer
Safety switches, smoke alarms
Renovations, rewiring
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MULCHING
PRUNING
PLANT CARE & ADVICE

0435 510 087


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Text or phone Theo

0429 880 004

B.J.s Garden Maintenance

Garden Cleanups
Weed & Pest Control
Pruning & Hedging
Rubbish Removal & Mulching
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Full lawn care
Hedging, weeding,
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Pruning, mulching
Green waste, rubbish removal

Our services will impress


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GROUT CLEAN

HANDYMAN

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Tile & Grout

SKILLED
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

THE PROPERTY
SERVICES WIZARDS

CLEANING
No Hazardous Chemicals
Guaranteed Results
Sealing Service Available

Grout Magic
Craig

0402 644 509


Lawn Mowing - Edging Trimming
& Hedging Clean ups Waste
Disposal Garden Maintenance
Small Tree Lopping

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GUTTERING
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Have your gutters, flashings and box
gutters installed correctly.
Many roofs flood because of incorrect fitting.
Ph VLASI now for a free inspection & quote.
Over 20 years experience.

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

8923
272

The NEDLANDS handyman


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All those jobs your husband wont


or cant do. Picture hanging,
blinds, mirrors, gates, flyscreens,
cupboard/drawer repair, broken
sash cords replaced.
Police Clearance

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All aspects of garden maintenance
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Fully qualified and insured
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GARDEN BAGS

Seamus Home Service


Garden Bag Service, Police Clearance,
Fully Insured, Monthy, 2 Monthly
& one off Jobs available

The Guttering Specialist


Gutters &
Downpipes
Colorbond or
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Fully Insured
All work
guaranteed
ADAM CLARKE

0433 210 028

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GUTTER CLEANING
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SPECIALIST
SAME DAY SERVICE
SUPPLY & INSTAL
GUTTERGUARD
DISCOUNT FOR SENIORS
Call Kevin Ph: Hme 9381 2080
Mob 0419 907 986

(opposite Bunnings)

GLASS and MIRROR


CUT TO SIZE
WHILE YOU WAIT
GMA 95-12-005F

FLOREAT GLASS

+ GLASS REPAIRS +
PH: 9383 9334
PENSIONER DISCOUNTS

No Mess Down Pipes Cleared


Gutter Guard Installed
Tree Lopping Roof Repairs

Angus 0403 758 242

HANDY SOL
Brickpaving, Painting,
Picture Hanging, Irrigation,
Gates, Fencing, Welding
All General Handyman Jobs

0407 193 606

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Your home is your castle ...
keep it that way!
Call us for fast, clean, professional:
Carpentry
Painting
Installation
Pergolas
Decking
Gates
Timber fences
All home maintenance
Call Simon 0419 925 452

Cambridge
Handyman
0419 925 452

JOHNS HOME
MAINTENANCE

For all your home maintenance and


timber decking call John for fast and
reliable services

0421 809 872


HOME & GARDEN
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
ALL ODD JOBS

Pressure Cleaning Garden Cleanups


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

Mob: 0416 932 432


davidfixer@iinet.net.au

Love Your Home

1300 654 253 or 0457 077 536

ODD JOBS MY SPECIALITY

or book online at
www.guttervac.com.au

Gutter Cleaning
Downpipes flushed, roofs cleaned
of debris from $99.00
Also high pressure cleaning

Call us on

9381 3088

HANDYMAN

Trades & Services

info@tlc-perth.com

Affordable Vacuum Gutter Cleaning


Professional. Reliable.
Comprehensive insurance cover.
Fully roof-safety trained.
For an obligation-free quote call

Jack 0412 986 151


9387 4442

to advertise in the

9284 0165

THE FIXER

GUTTER CLEANING

9240 4422 All Hours


188 Balcatta Road, Balcatta

www.tlc-perth.com

25 Year Warranty

GUTTERS and/or
windows CLEANED
TREE PRUNING

0415 808 015

We carry out all household


maintenance as well as specialty
services - Electrical, Plumbing,
Gas Fitting, Painting, Plastering,
Tiling & Carpentry

Ask about our RUST PROOF option with

0450 225 113 6143 8721

Ph: Kevin

General house repairs


and maintenance

Gutters & Downpipes


100% Guarantee

GUTTER
CLEANING

waste and most house


hold rubbish.

One Company All Trades

Backyards cleared, tree lopping,


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

9448 8486

Quality Maintenance
Services

Painting
Doors and locks
Paving
Repair reticulation
Gutter cleaning
Kitchen cupboards
Storage solutions
Built in wardrobes

Qualified tradesmen in the building


industry for over 25 years.
I only provide quality maintenance
services ... on time and without fuss.
CALL FRANK FOR A
FREE QUOTE!

0418 919 312

Police cleared Reg Business Fully Insured

CALAUTTI

Handyman Service
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

Our quality services will put


a smile on your face
NATIONAL POLICE CHECKED,
CURRENT INSURANCES
We provide huge array of
services for home, ofce or

buildings.
Give us a call today.
No job too large or small.
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Tony 0468 484 382 or
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QUALIFIED TRADESMAN
Roofing, Flashing
Gutters Installed OR Cleaned
Tiling etc.
All Handyman Jobs

0423 511 303

White Knight Repairs


& Home Maintenance
Are you looking for:
Repairs and Carpentry
Decking, Pergolas and Gazebos
Home maintenance jobs - Interior
& Exterior
Painting, Plastering & Crown
moulding
Quality work - with attention to detail

Call Scott on 9386 6138


or 0417 461 087

NEDLANDS HOME &


GARDEN MAINTENANACE
FOR ALL YOUR SMALL JOBS
Garden Maintenance:
Garden cleanup clearing pathways, pruning,
planting, potting, fertilising and mulching,
service and repair reticulation.
Home Maintenance:
Running repairs around the home, repair/
paint walls, hang pictures, at pack
assembly, x dripping taps.
Current Police clearance held.
Experienced, reliable local resident.
Call Dean
on mobile

0417 940 355

+EXPERIENCED HANDYMAN+
Quality Work + PROMPT Service
Carpentry - Doors, Windows, Skirtings, Floors + Decks
Plastering, patching + making good
All home maintenance jobs considered
Call Rod:

HOME IMPROVEMENTS

One Company All Trades


We are the HOME
IMPROVEMENT experts
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LANDSCAPING

29 Walter St
Claremont

Est 1982

www.ibislandscapes.com.au

9383 2915
0412 946 476

www.tlc-perth.com

Making Life Easy


Artificial Lawn
Environmentally Friendly
Australian Made

info@tlc-perth.com

HOT WATER
SYSTEM

Free Messure & Quote

Phone: 9209 2669


www.greenplanetgrass.com.au

Office

9387 2339

Mobile 0439 333 982


Fax 9387 8581

ALL AREAS - 24 HOURS


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

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

INSULATION

Riverside Ceilings

INSULATION
 Obligation Free
Quote
 Supply and Install
Environmentally
Friendly Green Batts

Ph: 0421 886 405


KITCHENS

EUROMART
KITCHENS
Complete kitchen and wet
area renovations
Alterations for
dishwashers/ovens etc
Installation of flatpack
kitchens and quality
kitchens made in Germany
Decking

EST 81

4 Vaucluse Ave
Claremont

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

Phone Peter Harper

0412 917 818 9384 9224

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

Ph Andrew 0418 915 881

Stevens

Specialising in roofs, driveways,


courtyards, pool areas, retaining
walls etc. Surface sealing also.
No job too large or small, free quote.

0427 005 724

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advertisers
they make your
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newspaper
possible.

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

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK


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

9387 8641

CAMBRIDGE
LAUNDRY
Indigo
Painting
Domestic Laundry,

4/115 Birkdale St Floreat (Cnr Cambridge)

Service Washes
Pickup & Deliver

WINTER SPECIAL
Doonas & Blankets

9383 9252

Call Eddie

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

Building and extensions,


bathroom & kitchen renovations
or home/office transformations.
The Renovation House is an
innovative renovation company who
can transform your home or office
to create your new environment.
We design, create, build and quietly
manage our highly experienced and
respectful tradespeople to ensure
a stress free transformation and
renovation.
Whether you have a bathroom
or kitchen renovation or wishing
to undertake a complete
transformation, we have the
expertise to MAKE IT HAPPEN
TO DISCUSS YOUR VISION AND
REQUIREMENTS CALL US TODAY ON

(08) 6189 3528

KITCHEN RESCUE
Renovations to existing kitchens
Replacement of tops and doors
Relaminate existing benchtops
Modify cabinets and benchtops
for new appliances
All Stone benchtops
New kitchens
JASON Cabinet Maker

0403 657 011

Reg 1964

LAWN MOWING

MOW IT & MORE


Lawn Mowing Servicing
Mosman Park, Cottesloe, Nedlands,
Dalkeith and surrounding areas

9284 0165

Industrial High Pressure

HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING SERVICE

LAUNDROBAR

LAWN CARE SPECIALISTS

One Company All Trades

Specialists in high pressure cleaning

FREE QUOTE, FULLY INSURED

0497 808 778

steve.transition@outlook.com

0425 551 233


9381 6996

www.tlc-perth.com

033 343
Manu 0435 611 381

Garden & landscape renovation


Native & water-wise plants
General garden maintenance
Free design & planning
consultation
Call Steve

EDDIES LAWN AERATION

9245 3303

0400 424 357

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

Steve 0410

TRANSITION
LANDSCAPES

LAWN CARE

German craftsman, 25 years experience

Perth TLC Group can


project manage your kitchen
improvement/renovation

Roofs Driveways
Cleaning of all surfaces
Also sealing of surfaces

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9284 0165

Enviroblast

High Pressure Cleaning

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0418 924 016

HIGH PRESSURE
CLEANING

LANDSCAPING

Trevor 0412

784 094

Innovative landscape design,


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

Atlas Lawn Services

Matt Siomos, B.Sc (Botany),


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

0411 223 637


David
0411 223 644

Good old fashioned,


friendly and
professional
service
All aspects of landscaping
from maintenance to
limestone retaining walls
Small team to create
beautiful gardens at the
right price

Free Quotes
Call Mike Kuba

0413 015 808


JOEL IRRIGATION &
LANDSCAPES PTY.
LTD.
Since 1982

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Steve

MORE THAN A MOW


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Garden Services
Andy
04 900 405 20

ANGUSS

Lawnmowing and
Gardening Service
Honest and Reliable

9381 5454
0437 712 039

Ph Angus

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Police Clearance, Fully Insured & Free Quotes

Precision
Edge Mowing

YOUR WESTERN
SUBURBS LOCKSMITH
X Home X Office X Car

7 Day Service

Ph: 6350 8500

www.lockstock.com.au

LAWNS & GARDENS


Call
Rob

0400 977 610

Lawn Mowing
Fertilising
Fully Insured

FREMANTLE
LOCK SERVICE
Stirling Hwy, North Fremantle
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0409 086 497

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PAINTING

LAWN MOWING & GARDEN


MAINTENANCE

LEADLIGHT

J.B. Leadlights
Repairs Restorations
Roberts
Windows,
Doors & Cabinets
Renovations
&

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

9284 5638
0419 966 945

FLOREAT & ALL


WESTERN SUBURBS

Reg. No. 4280

Painter - Decorators
30 years experience

Old fashioned workmanship,


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

Reg. No. 3511

Roberts Limestone
Building Co.
ROBERTS
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35 YEARS
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BOOK2550
Phone/Fax: 9245
ED
Mobile: 0418 299 524

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

DON McNALLY
20 years experience

INTERIOR & EXTERIOR

HIGH QUALITY LOW COST!

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
MUIRS

LIMESTONE
ALL ASPECTS

INCLUDING BOBCAT WORK


SMALL AND LARGE JOBS
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RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL


PAINTERS & DECORATORS
SPECIALISING IN
RESTORATION OF PERIOD
HOMES

MOBILE 0432 322 026

F: 9444 7863

CARING FOR SUBIACOS HERITAGE

www.precisepainting.net.au

Subiaco
Painting Service

Ph/Fax 9382 3278


Mobile 0438 755 877

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

0417 965 115

Locksmiths
KEVIN SHEEHAN
Master Locksmith
Security Consultant
Glad to be of Service

0412 153 846


7 DAYS PER WEEK
www.sheehanlocksmith.com.au

Phone
WARREN
on

Call us on
9381 3088
to advertise
in the POST

Trades &
Services

0499 874 988


reg: 7822

REG 7800

30 years experience

Painter & Decorator

0451 478 078

0400 440 272


Reg No. 6791

Saari Quality

P&N
Painting Services

European Craftsman
Very Reasonable
Reg: 6952
Rates

Reijo 0411 610 246


CAPITAL
PAINTING&
DECORATING

Call JAY: 0410 413 327


capitalpaintingdecorating@yahoo.com.au

Jeff Bond
Reg# 4004

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

FREE QUOTE

Mob: 0451 901 919


0411 354 602
Ph: 9388 8055

PENGUIN

Commercial & Residential


Internal & External New Homes
Repainting Free Quotes

Mobile 0404 739 991

PL.16

PLUMBING & GAS

Call us now
9387 3081

ALL WORK
GUARANTEED

THOMPSONS
PEST CONTROL

Termite Inspections Ants


Spiders Cockroaches
Weed control Silver Fish
General Pest Control
$15 external. Free Quotes.
Phone Peter TODAY

Mob:0433 288 164


YOUR
LOCAL
CO.

VERY NEAT & TIDY


MOSTLY SAME DAY SERVICE
LEADING EDGE ON W/ANT
+ BED BUG CONTROL
OBLIGATION FREE QUOTES
CONTROL ALL PESTS
3K   
Email: harrigan5@iinet.net.au

9405 8667

www.purrfectpetdoors.net

Jerry P: 9404 5706


M: 0421 477 899

PLASTERER AVAILABLE

penguin.painting@yahoo.com.au

REDHOUSE

PAINTING
Reg 6375

OVER 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE


RESIDENTIAL
NO JOB TOO SMALL
Prompt & Professional
Service
Competitive Rates

Small renovations.
Patching all surfaces.
MIKE KELLEY

9204 4108
0408 908 683

RENOVATION SPECIALIST
All internal and external finishes
No Job Too Small
Over 20 years Experience
CALL TONY FOR
FREE QUOTE & ADVICE

GL 006462

9387 2339

ALL AREAS - 24 HOURS


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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Plumbing
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0419 953 531

Mobile 0418 941 571


Fax 9387 8581

AMP PLUMBING & GAS


YOUR LOCAL LICENSED PLUMBERS

7am - 11pm 7 DAYS EMERGENCY

GAS Installation & Repair


Electronic Burst Pipe Detection
Power Drain Cleaning, Blockages
ALL TYPES OF PLUMBING WORK
Pensioners Discount, Free Quotes

Freecall 1800 102 888


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

SEC. Lic. 4263

Skilled Plumbing &


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

9384 0877
PL 5580

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

Your local Plumbing & Gas Specialist


PL 6899

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

WE OFFER A 5%
SENIORS DISCOUNT

Jon Howes 0433 824 613

ZAMBEZI

PETS

Purrfect Pet Doors

PL5094

Office

9384 7870
TO AUSTRALIAN STANDARD
Spot Termite Treatment
Rats Spiders Ants
MOBILE CREDIT/EFTPOS FACILITIES
Fully Insured - Health Lic No 43

Prompt, reliable service


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

0418 926 705

Family Business Providing Local


Services Since 1958

PLASTERING

9388 6299
Gas 4784

PLUMBING & GAS


P/L 6956 G/F 010950

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

0408 Painting
917 109
Indigo
Ph 9361 7665
Zambeziplumbing.com.au

24 HR SERVICE

Electronic leak location


Blocked drains/Camera inspection
General plumbing maintenance
Renovations
Call Craig

0419 922 657

www.plumbingwise.com.au
PL6039

GL4700

Ph/SMS Geoff 0411 987 542

0415 951 865


9300 5382

PARAMOUNT

Interior / Exterior

Renovations, Internal
and Ext Sand Render

FRIENDLY, EFFICIENT SWISS


QUALITY SERVICE

PAINTING

ALL SMALL JOBS


Quality Work
Residential and Commercial

ALSO SMALL JOBS


PATCHING AND REPAIRS
22 yrs Westn Sub Exp.

Phone Joe 0408 094 444

Ph: Jorge 0400 748


or 9386 3953

JBC Painting

Wall Plastering &


Ceiling Repairs

(Reg 7248)

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

M 0422 781 372


E jbcpainters@live.com.au

service
G&A painting

COMMERCIAL DOMESTIC & INDUSTRIAL

All aspects of Decorating


6th Generation Painter
John Allen

0411 453 565

john@gapainting.com.au
www.gapainting.com.au
Member MPA

PAVING

Rego 8057

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COTTESLOE
PEST CONTROL

100% Customer Satisfaction


Guaranteed!

Reg No: 6273


Phone Jack for a
free, no obligation
quote

EFFECTIVE AND SAFE


ALL DOMESTIC PESTS
TERMITE INSPECTIONS
& REPORTS

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

PAINTING & DECORATING SERVICES

Painting & Decorating

9454 7711
0411 229 312

TERMITE & TIMBER PEST


INSPECTIONS

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STEWART FRANK
PLUMBING

ANNUAL & PRE-PURCHASE

445 663

paintingservice1999@gmail.com

Mob: 0413 235 163


Phone: 9206 5331
Fax: 9206 5337

www.naturalistestone.com.au

Guaranteed Same
Day Service 20 years exp

as your preferred painting


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

 Proficient in all
General Painting
 Honest, Reliable, Clean
 Handyman service

BAGOT ROAD, SUBIACO

Stonework Specialists

Pol Lic SG 15935


ABN 22337056071

COASTAL COLOURS

Your Local Master Painter

COMMERCIAL & RETAIL

Small Jobs welcome!!!


Commercial / Residential

0431 200 866

20 Years Exp - Free Quotes

0420

PLUMBING

Lic. 2216 (B.Sc)

MICHAEL ELLIS
PAINTING

Reg No. 5309

Painters Registration No. 5890

CALL 0417 922 078

LOCKSMITH

please consider

FREE QUOTES 7 DAYS


Your satisfaction is
our guarantee

Reg No 3468

James Limestone
Restoration

Free
quote DAVID

PLUMBING

MIKE STOKES

Commercial / Residential
Interior/ Exterior
High quality & low cost

WHEN ORGANISING
YOUR NEXT
PAINTING PROJECT,

REG 7089

ROOMS FROM $250


REPAINTING
Reg.
SPECIALIST 3476
Mob 0417

By employing the services


of
CityGroup
Painting
& Decorating
you
are
guaranteed only the highest
standards of professional
service & communication.
Your work will be completed
by the owners of the
business and full-time team
members. We do not subcontract your work under
any circumstances.
You pay only once you
are satisfied the work
is proceeding to your
satisfaction.
Reg. No. 5298

ALL HOURS
www.citygrouppainting.com.au

New Commissions
Handyman
Service
JOHN BURROWS

LIMESTONE

ENVIRO-CARE PEST
SERVICES

TOM

PAINTING
PAPER HANGING
All work guaranteed
REGD PAINTER
Ring 9381

Master Painting
Services

0418 914 041

Reg. No. 4989

0413 653 595

How to Get Your Painting


Completed Right The
First Time Guaranteed.

Dirk Warburton 9407 9103


www.prestigepaintingwa.com.au

PAINTING
A.J. BROWNING

Lawn mowing & new turf lay


Reticulations repairs
Garden cleanup

PEST CONTROL

Reg 7824

0450 225 113


6143 8721

PAINTING

CONTINUITY, STYLE AND


QUALITY ARE ASPECTS YOU GET
WITH OUR FINISHED PROJECT.

076

NO CALL OUT FEE

HOT WATER
FAST

Including all aspects of solid wall


plastering and plaster boarding.

30 YRS EXPERIENCE
QUALITY WORK
FREE QUOTES / ADVICE

0405 069 500

9335 1552

PETE the POMMY


PLASTERER
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 Water Leaks
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IRRIGATION

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Ph David 0433 324 347

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Fish Health and Disease
Installation Of All Aqua Products
Package Deals Available
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Gas Appliances
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Email: jordansplumbing@bigpond.com
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PL 6562

PL1954

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Re-roofing (Tin or Tile)
Guttering & Downpipes
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MUIRS

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QUALITY OWNER OPERATED
COMPLETE POOL SERVICE
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IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
Est. 1990

SAFE TREE REMOVALS


PEST MANAGEMENT
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Power Line Clearance
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installation & set ups
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Satisfaction Guaranteed
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please phone RENE COOLEN

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SPECIALISTS
FULLY INSURED
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9306 8599
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0408 405 671

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AND VIEWS

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household and commercial
upholstery.
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Tim 0405 049 994

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 Tree Pruning
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GROUND SHEETS USED
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FREE QUOTES
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0402 433 690

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WINDOW CLEANER

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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

Isaac 0405 300 298


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

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Cleaning

+ 1 to 4 storey house
+ Chandeliers
+ Hard water stain removal
& protection
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+Fly screen repairs
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Painting
Terry 0406
809 977

Reliable Service
Police Clearance
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Call Rolf
9279 2981
0408 930 235
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REPAIRS

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Carpentry & Joinery


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

PH 0417 915 636

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

PH 0407 328 128

www.sashinaflash.com.au

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CLEANING

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Gutter Cleaning
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Ph: 6201 1387

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Window Cleaning

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26 years experience

Uwes European

9448 2227

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9388 2251

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0407 771 476

4 Hood Street Subiaco


Qualified, Experienced, Insured
Large & Confined Tree Specialist
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Hedging / Mulching /
Stump Grinding. Free Quote
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SERVICE

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CLEANING

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0418 943 059

From $179
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Repair
From $75
TV Mounting
From $149

9242 2952

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0438 909 275

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SERVICE

FORMATIVE AND
PRACTICAL PRUNING

Perths Premiere
Tree Service

Ring Ian on

0419 931 966

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qualified advice and
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All Ironwork
Quality & Service

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The POST delivers

Page 84 POST, December 19, 2015

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FOR SALE
HOUSEHOLD

FOR SALE
HOUSEHOLD

33819POTS

JO'SCHAIRS

CHINESE Garden pots range of


sizes and colours ex Shanghai Shed.
Available now.
0439 923 001

4 x immaculate Eco 2000 furniture


design, bar stools purchased from at
home $50 ea. or $150 the lot.
Matching 4 dining chairs $40 ea. or
$150 the lot. Ph 0405 371 414
LOUNGE Sofa: Red cotton modern
design, 2.5 seater. Excellent quality,
as new. $145.00. Phone:
0477 433 591
NEW
Heritage style skirtings,
architraves, skirting block now
surplus. MDF primed painted. Suit c.
1900-1920s or old style modern
house. Plus other timber.
0434 045 166
OUTDOOR Dining Setting: 9 pce,
French Country style, features 8
ornate black wrought iron chairs +
trestle style table with antique white
wooden top + black cast iron double
pedestal base. (Table measures
2635mmx1020mm)
Excellent
condtion $750.00 lot. Can deliver.
Ph: 0400 749 433
PUPPIES Miniture Pinchers, two
females, black and tan.
0421 895 463
SIDE Table as new $100.
Ph 0405 371 414
TABLE Tennis, including bats, net,
balls. perfect condition $85.00.
Phone 9386 7384
TOYOTA Camry Sedan 1999, well
loved and used by our family for 14
years! Runs fine, body work has
scratches, few dents. Interior needs
ceiling material and one seat belt
fixed. Licensed till march $1200 ono.
0432 086 882
WASHING
machine, Fisher &
Paykel 8 kg, Top loader. Excellent
condition $430 ono
0402 828 177

33952

JAHROC Dresser, TV unit and


coffee table. Handcrafted Jarrah
furniture recycled from Bunbury Jetty.
Sold together or separately. Please
call Deb to view and for price.
0417 911 980

33987

CHIFFOINIER English Mahogany


good quality c. 1860, original
condition. Drawers lined. One drawer
for cutlery. $1,800
0434 045 166

33988

PINE Dresser. Late Georgian c.


1820. Channel Islands. Very original,
including knobs. Functional. Good
storage. $1,450.
0434 045 166

33989

ANTIQUES
HUGE Xmas sale 20% off all stock!
Phillips Fine Antiques & Art. Be
quick! New stock! Sale ends Xmas
Eve. 2/634 Stirling Hwy. Mosman
Park. Ph: 0400 340 228

BOATING
MAHOGANY English, extension
dining table early Victorian c. 1850
with one leaf and winder ($2,250). 6
Mahogany English dining chairs c.
1850 with reeded legs ($2,500) 2
similar Mahogany dining chairs c.
1840 ($800). Fine quality.
Upholstered quality fabric.
0434 045 166

33989

VICTORIAN Period English Pine


bookcase c. 1870. Original knobs.
$995.
0434 045 166

33990

HERITAGE Style window awning.


Suit 1900-1920s house or new old
style house. New kit. Professionally
made treated pine. Sealed painted.
Simply join together. Includes
zincalume roof sheeting flashing cut
to size. Gutter & roofing nails.
1675mm wide. Cut down if too wide.
$395, 0434 045 166

93856

DINING Table 2100x1100 with


eight chairs, old Baltic Pine,
excellent condition. Cost over $2000,
selling $1200. 9385 6123
ABDEOR Twist, exercise unit with
extras. Excellent condition, $100.
9385 6123
ANTIQUE Oak wardrobe. Great
order take $150 ono
0412 470 809
CASA
Pool table. Slate top.
1.2x2.3m. Good condition. Removal
at buyers expense. $600 ono.
0408 866 225
DESK Study with return. Good
order $85.00
0412 470 809
DINING Suite:
Vintage, superb 11 pce comprises
10 Spindle back chairs, circ 1900,
including 2 carvers. Includes Oak
double pedestal dining table
(extends from 1800mmx1110mm to
2400mm x 1110mm) Excellent
condition $950.00 lot.
Phone: 0477 433 591
GLASS
Overlay round table
1190x6mm. Excellent condition
$150, 9385 6123
HUGE Clearance of imported Italian
homeware, giftware, childrens' toys,
ladies & gents apparel & jewellery.
Antique prints, beautiful Italian
frames,
hand
embroidered
bedspreads & linen items. This
weekend at 18 Richardson Tce
Daglish from 10am-5pm. Simply
unmissable. Enq.
0423 225 420

33988

KING Pin Pegs Hurricane hold on


bow rails, pool fences, balconies.
Available Whitworths, Wilsons, Yacht
Grot, Hillarys, Rottnest stores,
Mandurah Chandlery. Packets of 10
approx. $12.95. Rob 0428 929 258
ZODIAC Inflatable 3.1m fibreglass
floor cost $4300, sell $1000.
Evenings 9383 4254

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
BEAUTY Business for sale, busy
Wembley location inside small hair
salon. Stock and equipment
included. $20,000 ono.
0414 715 262

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

COUNSELLING
AMYGDALA
Consulting,
Professional Psychotherapy &
Counselling, effective and in-depth
for Individuals, specializing in
Relationship Counselling, Marital
and Family Therapy. Qualified, 30+
yrs experienced. Free half hour,
Claremont
Medical
Centre.
www.amygdala.com.au.
Ph 9383 3132

DECEASED ESTATES
TRUSTEES ACT 1962 DECEASED
ESTATES. Notice to Creditors and
Claimants. Sau-Ching Wong late of
14 Lachlan Road, Willetton in the
State of Western Australia, Home
Duties. Creditors and other persons
having claims (to which Section 63 of
the Trustee Act 1962 relates) in
respect of the Estate of the
Deceased who died on 25 November
2014 at Fremantle Hospital,
Fremantle in the State of Western
Australia are required by the
personal representative, being Alan
Michael Brook to send particulars of
their claims to care of Brook Legal,
PO Box 93, Wembley in Western
Australia 6913 within 30 days of
publication of this notice after which
date the personal representative
may convey or distribute the assets,
having regard only to the claims of
which he then has notice. Dated 10
December 2015 BROOK LEGAL

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DECEASED ESTATES
TRUSTEES ACT 1962 DECEASED
ESTATES Notice to Creditors and
Claimants.
Gregory
Paul
Woodhouse late of 20/46 Spencer
Street, Yokine in the State of
Western Australia, Electronics.
Creditors and other persons having
claims (to which Section 63 of the
Trustee Act 1962 relates) in respect
of the estate of the deceased who
died on 9 December 2014 at
Bethesda Hospital, Queenslea Drive,
Claremont in the State of Western
Australia are required by the
personal representative, being Alan
Michael Brook to send particulars of
their claims to care of Brook Legal,
PO Box 93, Wembley in Western
Australia 6913 within 30 days of
publication of this notice after which
date the personal representative
may convey or distribute the assets,
having regard only to the claims of
which he then has notice. Dated 14
December 2015 BROOK LEGAL
TRUSTEES ACT 1962 DECEASED
ESTATES Notice to Creditors and
Claimants.
Lindsay
Stewart
McDougall late of David Buttfield
Centre, 649 North Beach Road,
Gwelup in the State of Western
Australia, Farmer. Creditors and
other persons having claims (to
which Section 63 of the Trustee Act
1962 relates) in respect of the Estate
of the Deceased who died on 6 July
2014 at Buttfield Centre, 649 North
Beach Road, Gweup in the State of
Western Australia are required by
the personal representative, being
Alan Michael Brook to send
particulars of their claims to care of
Brook Legal, PO Box 93, Wembley
in Western Australia 6913 within 30
days of publication of this notice after
which
date
the
personal
representative may convey or
distribute the assets, having regard
only to the claims of which he then
has notice. Dated 15 December
2015 BROOK LEGAL

EDUCATIONAL
SIMONE'S Family Daycare. Give
your baby the best quality care.
Personalised early years care in a
small group with experienced
childcare
educator,
Simone
McGrade. Experience the benefits of
early socialisation for your baby in an
environment like home. Now taking
enquiries for 2016. Limited places
available 0-2yrs. Scarborough
location. Enquiries to Simone
0422 789 193
SPEECH Pathologist available to
assist your child with school age
literacy-spelling, reading and writing.
Practice for NAPLAN and OLNA
testing available. Prepare your child
for school in 2016 and watch their
confidence grow. Holiday sessions
available between January 13th and
29th. Bookings also being taken for
term 1, 2016. Call Deidre on
0400 448 432
STORY Time for littlies (0-5yrs):
stories in French/English and
Spanish/English,
songs,
fun
activities. Every Wed, 10-10.45am.
Contact Vanessa:
vanessa.pietrasik@lcfclubs.com.au,
m: 0468 559 598

ENTERTAINMENT
HOLIDAY Programs for kids (2-5
/6-12 yrs): Cooking, craft, summer
Olympiads, games, etc. Vanessa:
vanessa.pietrasik@lcfclubs.com.au,
0468 559 598

FASHION
MEGA Sellout of 100% Made in
Italy ladies & gents finest
leatherwear, footwear, hangbags,
travelbags,
satchels,
belts,
accessories, jewellery, silk wear,
giftware & homeware. All welcome.
This entire weekend 18 Richardson
Tce Daglish 10am-5pm. Unmissable

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
GARAGE Sale at 347 Marmion St
Cott. Sunday 20 Dec 8-1pm. Books,
homewares, clothing, toys and lots
more
MAJOR
Event of a Garage
/Showroom Mega Sellout, this entire
weekend at 18 Richardson Tce
Daglish from 10am-5pm, of the best
Made in Italy ex factory items of
Ladies & Gents leatherwear,
footwear, handbags, satchels, belts,
accessories, jewellery, silkwear,
gifware, homeware, beautiful Italian
frames & prints. Exceptional prices
on every item in stock inc. designer
label Roberto Cavalli ladies jkt at
$80, Gianfranco Ferre' wool jkt $90,
Emporio Armani wool jumpers $50,
Dolce & Gabbana jeans $30, mens'
pure silk ties $15, mens' & ladies'
cotton shirts & tops $15, leather jkts
$50-150, leather skirts, pants, shorts
$40-90, mens' & ladies' footwear
$25-125, ladies' boots $50-250
ROTARY
Swap Mart. Every
Sunday 7am to 12 noon. Broadway
Shopping Centre, Nedlands. Seller
bays $5. Come and get bargains
galore or sell your goods. Closed 27
/12, 3/1, 10/1. Re-open Sunday 17th
January
SAT 19th Dec 7am-12pm 15 Butler
Ave, Swanbourne. Household items,
records, furniture, books, bed

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Christmas advertising deadlines

HEALTH & BEAUTY

33946

WIN A retreat weekend with Sacred


Fig Retreats valued at over
$2000.00. Simply purchase a gift
voucher for a Private Yoga &
Lifestyle Consult or a Retreat before
Christmas! Beautifully wrapped and
posted or emailed out to you!
Contact:
info@sacredfigretreats.com.au
or PH: 0428 516 335
EXCELLENT
Body work and
wonderful full body sensual oil
massage, deep tissue relaxing full
body massage, work for your health
in all. Text to: 0410 840 759
HERBALIFE
Independent
distributor, prompt delivery. Call
9244 4318, 0450 032 061
KICKSTART Your 2016 resolutions
early and set your goals into action.
Step by step solutions designed to
create success. Free 20 minute call
before booking. Call Trudi 0417 096
781
or visit www.theperiscopeproject.com
MASSAGE: Amazing self healing
deep relaxation. Alleviates stress /
neck / shoulder / back / tension /
pain / migraines / anxiety. Zen
Shiatsu Therapeutic Massage.
Trained in Japan Elspeth
0410 853 441
MASSAGE
Huna Hawaiian.
Swedish relaxation. Indulge yourself,
experience
deep
relaxation,
qualified, n/s Alanah
0405 755 715
PSYCHIC
Medium Clairvoyant
palmistry. Fremantle E Shed
Markets. Saturday, Sunday. Fran
0407 775 178
SORE
Feet? Therapeutic foot
massage including Reflexology,
Reiki, Podiatry treatment. Genuine
care and time given. Health rebate.
Pip McGuinness Podiatrist. 40 years
experience. 9387 1027
WORKOUT
Cottesloe Classes
Gym, Pilates. Creche 0418 950 112
Maureen

HOLIDAYS & RESORTS


5 Bdm beach house for holiday
rental in Dawesville. Sleeps 6 adults,
5 children. Ocean views. $400-$600
/night.
Call 0409 081 013
COTTESLOE Apartment. Great
ocean views from every room and
wide balcony. Renov 2brm fully furn
and equipped. Mins walk to beach
and train. Quiet street. Aircond, rates
from $110-$160pn, min 4. Special
weekly rates from $700 (winter). Ph
9339 4448 or 0405 670 803
COTTESLOE Beachfront apartment
avail. One b/r renov. Great views,
fully self cont. Rates from $95 pn
winter to $150 pn peak.
Ph 0405 670 803 or 9339 4448
www.24706.worldstays.com
MANDURAH
Silver
Sands.
Absolute beachfront, holiday in the
sand dunes. 2 storey 4/5, b/r, 2B,
games, sleeps 10. Foxtel, WiFi $300
pn, min 4 nights. Call
0411 644 186
PEPPERMINT Grove Beach. Large
5 bedroom three bathroom house.
Phone 9389 6565, 0403 870 075
SWANBOURNE Beautiful f/f and
equipped 2 bed cottage available for
short term stays. Set amongst the
trees and within walking distance to
Swanbourne Beach this cottage has
everything you need. 2 large double
beds, kitchen, dining, lounge + study.
BBQ and outdoor entertaining area.
$250 per night. For more information
perrimargaria@gmail.com

HOUSESITTING
110% Care while you're away.
Owner operated since 1998.
0418 943 720
or visit www.homeoraway.com.au
COUPLE Available for housesitting,
good with pets and garden
maintenance. Police clearance and
references available on request.
Taking bookings now Gaby
0407 787 459
MATURE Female to care for your
pets & home. Great references &
police clearance. Avail 02/01-21/01,
28/01-05/05. Emma
0401 626 176

LOST & FOUND


APPEAL For Help. Hoping to
recover a black laptop/computer bag
containing a large number of
notebooks, writing and papers.
Stolen from a house in Cottesloe last
Thursday 3rd December before
12.30 pm. The bag is a black padded
laptop bag with 2 carry handles and
a long strap. There is a zip pocket
along one side and 2 velcro pockets
of the other. Please search your
bins, verges and gardens in case it
has been discarded near your
property. Jewellery, laptops and
other items also stolen. If found
please contact
0481 157 590
LOST Cat from 38 Robinson Tce
Daglish. Black & white, honeycombe.
Reward offered. 0413 701 489

VIV'S BIKE

BIKE
Found in driveway in
Claremont
a
month
ago.
Combination needed to claim.
Please call 0467 730 066

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
VW
Polo, Red, 1997, good
condition, regular services, great
driving. $2,300. 0417 848 829

MUSICAL
GUITAR Lessons. Eve Tsakalos
Guitar and String Inst School. Group
tuition and private lessons available,
any style taught. Learn from Perth's
most experienced teacher. Contact
Eve 9387 5014
GUITAR
Tuition, beginner to
advanced. eddierg@bigpond.net.au
9381 9146
PIANIST
Piano
tutoring,
experienced music teacher and
accompanist. Saturday mornings
Nedlands. Liz 0422 578 091

OVERSEAS HOLIDAY
ACCOMMODATION
CENTRAL
London apartment
overlooking lovely garden square in
South Kensington. 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, 5 minutes to tube,
internet phone and mobiles. 9386
3893, 9389 8881, 0414 868 255
CHELSEA
Central
London
apartment. Fabulous location near
South Kensington and Sloane tubes.
Sleeps 4. One double, two single
bedrooms; new bathroom and toilets.
Internet, mobiles, Oysters.
9284 6515
PARIS Beautiful 2 bed apartment.
Left bank close to Notre Dame. Visit
www.5stjacques.com or call
0418 918 979
PARIS Apartment, great central
location, sleeps 2-4, all amenities.
www.ourparisapartment.com.au or
mobile
0418 920 431
QUEENSTOWN NZ luxury villa
central panoramic views of lake
Karen 9384 4593
or www.alpenview.co.nz

PERSONAL
HIGH Class Hot Cougar beach
babe. Flirtatious, sexy, long legged
blonde. 2 days only! SMS Kitty
0455 105 798
SENSUAL Massage by qualified
male therapist. Bookings necessary.
Mosman Park.
Ph 0405 568 137
SENSUAL
Massage qualified
therapist. Petite, brunette. By
appointment, Mosman Park, from
$70, Rachael, 0415 836 700
STUNNING Sarah available for
sensual massage, haircuts and other
services 10am to L8. Rivervale,
0458 545 067

PETS
110% Care while you're away.
Owner operated since 1998.
0418 943 720 or visit
www.homeoraway.com.au
CHRISTMAS Bookings available.
Dog walking, feeding, cat visits,
house-sitting, police cleared.
0406 540 024
DOG Obedience Classes: Neri
Karazija holds these on Wednesday
evenings and Saturday mornings as
a follow up from Puppy Classes at
Swanbourne. Bookings are essential
and the next classes commence
early in 2016. Ring Naomi or Jaimee
to secure your place and quote
POST 2 when you book your class
9384 2644
DOG
Obedience Workshops:
having trouble with recall, jumping up
and pulling on the lead? Neri
Karazija's workshops held at
Swanbourne are just the thing! The
next one will be Nov 28th so ring
Naomi or Jaimee to book your place
and remember to quote POST 3
9384 2644
PUPPY
School and Puppy
Management: Held at Swanbourne
every Sunday commencing at 9am.
There are four classes held on the
hour. Neri and Lisa conduct the
classes and bookings are essential
to get the full benefit, so ring Naomi
or Jaimee to book a place. Please
quote POST 1 when you book your
class
9384 2644
SMALL Dog minding service in
Wembley. Big yard, walks, TLC.
Julie 0400 681 145

PHOTOGRAPHY
FREELANCE Photographer. Make
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Lib squabble raises more Link doubt


From page 3

leader as to what should happen with


the Perth Freight Link, and I put that
down to the fact that Mr Barnett understands more of the negative aspects
of the link than Mr Turnbull does.
Dean Nalders preferred option for
stage two of the freight link a 3.3km
tunnel from Hamilton Hill to East
Fremantle irritated Mr Turnbull, with
the Prime Minister publicly saying,
Come on Colin, lets get on with it.
But Mr Hammond says it is not only
Mr Barnett who is reluctant to rush
ahead with the freight link.
Its not just the Premier whos reconsidering the freight link now, but also
many state government bureaucrats
are querying the wisdom of the PFL.
Mr Turnbulls offer of a further
$237million on top of $925million
already being stumped up by the federal government was remarkable, Mr
Hammond said.
The cost of this road is staggering,
he said.
I find it surprising, given the economic climate in particular, and also
surprising given Fremantle port has a
very limited lifespan, reaching capacity around 2021.
Mr Barnett has remained steadfast
in his determination to build the first
stage of the freight link, known as Roe 8,
through the Beeliar wetlands, claiming
it would be necessary infrastructure
for the outer harbour at Kwinana when
that is built.
But stage 1 received a setback on
Wednesday when Chief Justice Wayne
Martin ruled that environmental approval for the wetlands route was
invalid.

Cottesloe residents are worried about


heavy vehicles in their suburb.
Community groups had raised a
$50,000 war chest to take the state
government to court.
Roe 8 is a priority transport project
for the state government, Mr Barnett
said before the decision was handed
down.
This road is necessary and has been
part of the long-term road planning
for Perth.
After the verdict was delivered, Mr
Barnett said that the project would be
significantly delayed if the environmental work had to be redone.
Mr Hammond said: It is nonsense to
build any part of the freight link. It just
does not add up on any level either
economically or in terms of proper
planning considerations.
Deferring the complete freight link
meant Cottesloe and other affected
suburbs would be in an indefinite
limbo, Mr Hammond said.
I think the whole PFL needs to be
taken off the books altogether. Bigger
and wider roads are not the way to go
in 2015, Mr Hammond said.
What there is a need for is to use
the outer port down in Cockburn and
build rail infrastructure.
The Cottesloe Residents and
Ratepayers Association has been
outspoken in its opposition to the
freight link, objecting to the projects

cost, its rationale and its impact on


coastal suburbs.
The association is concerned that
the freight link would see increasing
numbers of heavy freight vehicles using
suburban roads to service Fremantle
Port, as well as making Curtin AvenueWest Coast Highway into a major route
for more traffic.
That the new Prime Minister, who
branded himself an avid supporter
and user of public transport, should
so strongly support a road-building
scheme that had been widely described
as one of former prime minister Tony
Abbotts captains calls, indicated
little had changed in terms of policy,
Mr Hammond said.
It shows that even with the change
of leadership theres no new direction.
Mosman mayor Ron Norris said the
Supreme Court defeat of stage ones
environmental approval was a terrific
result.
He said work would now have to stop
on the link.
It reinforces your confidence that
good can really triumph over evil, Mr
Norris said.
A triumph of common sense over an
ignorant and determined government
which refused to listen to the adversely
affected communities.
I hope the Premier and the Minister
will now put the interests of the environment and the communities ahead
of the governments blind pursuit of a
project which provides no long-term
solution to the problem it is trying to
address.
Hopefully, at last, the green light
will now be given to the Outer Harbour
project.

Beach run blows away the Paris chill


From page 1

The negotiations were very


intense, all 196 nations were
there, but it was a good spirit of
collaboration and cooperation.
Ms Bishop said the treaty would
go through federal Parliament and
be considered by a joint standing
committee to ensure Australia
ratified it.
Global warming is a global
problem, she said.
The aim is to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees, and for a 26-28%
reduction in greenhouse gas emissions below 2005 levels by 2030.
Ms Bishop repeated her recent
comment about the Turnbull government being a breath of fresh air.
But she kicked away a query
about her $1496 heart-stamped
Louboutin high-heeled shoes.
Lets not go there, she said.
Ive moved on.
On the beach, Ms Bishop admired
the new $1100 inflatable rescue
boards being tested by North
Cotts finest, thanks to a federal
government grant.
Theyre meant to be great in
reducing maintenance costs, Ms
Bishop said.
The federal government is provid-

ing $25,000 over five years to every


surf lifesaving club, including the
six on Ms Bishops patch. Our lifesavers are our last line of defence
against drownings, she said.
This latest allocation from the
Beach Safety Equipment Fund
gives me the opportunity to thank
our fantastic lifesavers for the
wonderful role they perform.
A recent National Coastal Safety
Report found four in 10 coastal
drowning deaths occurred more
than 5km from a surf lifesaving club.
We should not leave the entire responsibility for our water
safety with our surf lifesavers,
Ms Bishop said.
North Cottesloe SLSC president
Chris Shellabear gave Ms Bishop
and Mr Panton member-only club
kit, including thick windcheaters.
Thats for the cold of Canberra,
Mr Shellabear said.
Ms Bishop and Mr Panton were
spotted enjoying Rottnest Island
later in the week.
Mr Panton has three adult children, one daughter who lives and
works in Perth. Another daughter
is travelling in South Amercia and
a son is studying at university in
New York City.

Subi market critical


From page 1
The association was set up in
2012 to promote the interests of
CBD businesses.
It immediately organised a
monthly weekend market in
Rokeby Road which drew big
crowds and offered prizes including a $10,000 diamond.
But they petered out within 12
months.
The area occupied by the new
market was recently reduced from
between Hay Street and Bagot
Road, to between Barker Road
and Hay Street.
In a four-page open letter of
complaint to local councillors,
Subiaco Antiques owner Edward
Gryg suggested another change
of location.
Maybe the markets could be
moved all together to Churchill
Avenue or other areas where the
businesses are commercial and
do not trade over the weekends,
Mr Gryg said.
Another suggestion would be to
move the markets to above Subiaco
train station, an area already fa-

miliar with food markets.


Subiaco council is hoping a string
of new ideas will bolster the CBD
and markets.
On Tuesday night, councillors
approved a $2.23million plan for
Rokeby Road that will see most
of the median strip removed,
new kerbs and bollards installed
and some parking bays raised for
alfresco dining.
Trees down the centre of the road
will be kept while street lights will
be moved and replaced with new
light poles bearing digital signs.
Another 11 trees along Rokeby
Road are will be dressed in fairy
lights in coming weeks, adding to
the four decorated earlier this year.
Power access points will also be
installed that could be used by stall
holders and for community events.
Subiaco CEO Don Burnett said
he expected that work to start early
next year and to be completed by
November.
In January, councillors will consider a move to slash the cost of
alfresco areas for local bars, cafes,
restaurants and hotels.

Mosman to steer clear


of beggar controls
From page 11
it is short term and I think at the end of that
short term we will want to continue.
This is a chance to help our community and
make it a safer place to shop.
North ward councillor Andrew Maurice
said busking would add to the vibrancy of
Mosman Park.
He failed to amend the motion to allow
busking at the shopping centre with a permit.
South ward councillor and deputy mayor
Jenna Ledgerwood suggested changing the
law to apply to all of Mosman Park rather than
making it specific to one shopping centre.
But Mr Flack said the local law covered
busking.
Mayor Ron Norris said it was a little experiment the council needed to explore.
But his words fell on deaf ears, with councillor Wesley Davies, Ms Ledgerwood, Mr Flack
and Ms Johnson voting it down 4/3.

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT


ACT, 2005
LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME AMENDMENT
AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION
TOWN OF CLAREMONT
TOWN PLANNING SCHEME NO. 3
AMENDMENT NO. 123 ~ Changes to
Parking Provisions
Notice is hereby given that the local
government of the Town of Claremont has
prepared the abovementioned scheme
amendment for the purpose of:

COUNCIL MEETINGS
FEBRUARY TO DECEMBER 2016

5-Jan

Full Council
Briefing
Session
3rd Tuesday
6.00pm
16-Feb

Ordinary
Council
Meetings
4th Tuesday
7.00pm
23-Feb

Planning Application
Closing Dates
(by 4.00pm)

9-Feb

22-Mar

29-Mar

8-Mar

19-Apr

26-Apr

5-Apr

17-May

24-May

10-May

21-Jun

28-Jun

7-Jun

19-Jul

26-Jul

5-Jul

16-Aug

23-Aug

9-Aug

20-Sep

27-Sep

6-Sep

18-Oct

25-Oct

4-Oct

15-Nov

22-Nov

25-Oct

06-Dec

12-Dec

Agendas are available at the meetings and are also


available for inspection at the Council Office and at
the Library on the Friday prior to each meeting date.
The agenda can also be accessed from the Councils
web site www.cottesloe.wa.gov.au.
These dates were correct at time of printing but may
be subject to change. Planning applicants are to confirm
the dates in advance with the Development Services
Department on 9285 5042.
Council meeting is held in the Council Chambers.
Mat Humfrey
Chief Executive Officer

1. Reviewing the parking concessions which


may be applied to commercial uses (which
reduced the number of car bays required)
2. Allowing car bays to be shared between
businesses to encourage more efficient use
3. Revision of the cash-in-lieu contribution
calculations for car parking
4. Changes to a variety of related
administrative provisions.
Plans and documents setting out and
explaining the scheme amendment have been
deposited at Council Offices, Number One
Claremont, 308 Stirling Highway, Claremont
and will be available for inspection during
office hours up to and including Thursday
18th February 2016. These documents are
also available on the Town of Claremont's
website www.claremont.wa.gov.au
Submissions on the Town Planning Scheme
amendment must be made in writing on a
Form No. 4 (available at the Town) and lodged
with the undersigned on or before
Thursday 18th February 2016.
Town of Claremont
PO Box 54
CLAREMONT WA 6910
Stephen Goode
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

109 Broome Street, Cottesloe


PO Box 6911 COTTESLOE WA 6911
Telephone: (08) 9285 5000
Facsimile: (08) 9285 5001
Email: council@cottesloe.wa.gov.au
Website: www.cottesloe.wa.gov.au

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Austin Robertsons sporting

Opportunity knocks for Test openers


If Shaun Marsh could gaze
into a crystal ball, he might be
forgiven for having a feeling
of dj vu.
Surely by now he has proved
he belongs in the middle order
or does he face another phase
of selection loop-the-loop?
Hes already been there and
done that.
When Marsh left Australian
shores for a tour of the West
Indies earlier this year, he had
just come off scoring 99 in the
Boxing Day Test against India,
and finally looked like he belonged.
Instead, the poor bugger was
elevated to open the innings
because Chris Rogers had worn
another one on the scone and
couldnt play.
Marsh failed to shine as an
opener, and by the time he got
to England for the Ashes tour
he was out of the line-up.
Theres still some doubt
Usman Khawaja will return
from injury for the Boxing Day
Test match, but whenever he
does get back it will result in
another reshuffle at the top of
the order.
So who will open?
Heaven forbid, surely not
Marsh!
Until his heroics against New
Zealand in Adelaide, when

WAs Test batsmen, Adam Voges, left, and Shaun March, did us proud with partnership of 449 in the Hobart Test.
Marsh kept his head while those
around him were losing theirs
and steered Australia home with
aplomb followed immediately
by his magnificent 182 against
the West Indies Marsh looked
as wobbly as strawberry jelly.

Meanwhile, the mature-aged


Test newcomer, Adam Voges,
has been harder to shift than
an elephant with a toothache,
knocking up his best-ever score
of 269 not out against the undertalented, under-manned and

Whats happened to the calypso kings?


For international cricket to
be healthy, it needs a competitive and vibrant West Indies.
Who will ever forget the dominating figures of Clive Lloyd and
Viv Richards, whose teams of
the 70s and 80s towered over
the game like colossi.
In that time, these sons of cane
cutters, farmers and fishermen,
with pace like fire and scorching batting, brought pride to
people who had spent 300 years
under the thumb of empire and
colonialism.
Their cricket roused the
Caribbean and antagonised the
games traditionalists.
Apart from Vivi (Richards)
and Groover (Lloyd), there were
players of the calibre of Gordon
Greenidge, Desmond Haynes,
Alvin Kallicharran, Larry Gomes,
Carl Hooper and Jeff Dujon, who
made masochists out of us all.
Their bowlers of that era, Andy
Roberts, Michael Holding, Joel
Garner, Curtly Ambrose, Wayne
Daniel, Patrick Patterson, Ian
Bishop, Malcolm Marshall et al
were enough to fill every eyeball
with foreboding.
They were a sight to behold, a
miracle of geography as well as
cricket, because theres no such
place on the map, or in the United
Nations, as the West Indies.
The West Indies really exists
only as a cricket team, because it
is not a country, but a collection
of formerly British Caribbean
countries, widespread, diverse
and economically stratified.
One of them (great quiz night
question this), Guyana, is actually on the South American
mainland.
I have been to the West Indies
many times.
On one hand it is a tropical paradise of palms waving seductively
in gentle breezes, glorious sandy
beaches, steel bands, rhythm and
music and smells to excite the
most discerning of nostrils.
But it is also part of the Third
World. Economies do not thrive
in the West Indies.
When I went there to watch
Test cricket, the grounds were
packed, the self-proclaimed
King Dial made several appearances each day in resplendent,
coloured suits.
The steel bands rocked away,

with spectators actually hanging


out of trees, drinking their bottles of rum, conveniently re-used
to cope with bodily functions as
the day progressed.
It was a wonderful experience,
almost an adult Neverland for
the cricket tragic.
But now, Tests in the
Caribbean attract only a few
hundred spectators, which is
really symptomatic of the deterioration of West Indian cricket
since the halcyon days of Clive,
Vivi and the globetrotters.
To be honest, when you look at
the West Indies Australian touring party, led by captain Jason
Holder, its hard to recognise
too many names.
No need to regurgitate the
figures of this forgettable Test.
Of course, it was great to see
the two WA boys, Adam Voges
and Shaun Marsh, put together
a record-breaking partnership,

and it would be wrong not to


mention the bowling performances of Josh Hazlewood,
Nathan Lyon and James
Pattinson, but, for a West Indies
supporter, the scoreboard looked
like an X-rated horror show.
They can take some heart from
the century by Darren Bravo in
the first innings and a lovely
innings of 94 by opener Kraigg
Braithwaite in the second, but its
easier to lock the result away in
a vault and throw away the key.
West Indies cricket now seems
to be more about cash, bling and
mediocrity, and so many of their
best sportsmen have abandoned
cricket for other games.
It makes me sad whenever
Usain Bolt, after another gold
medal or world record, declares
that athletics is just his hobby
his first sport is cricket.
Oh man, could the Windies
use him now!

under-prepared Windies.
If Khawaja is back on Boxing
Day, I would give the opening
job to Voges.
These West Indies bowlers
are mere shadows of fearsome
predecessors, and if, rightly or

wrongly, Joe Burns is thought


to have a few technical flaws,
I reckon even Nathan Lyon or
Josh Hazelwood could step up
and fit the bill.
My preference would be to
see Voges and Dave Warner
open, followed by Steve Smith,
Khawaja, Shaun Marsh, with
the other Son of Swampy, Mitch
Marsh, staying put at six.
And Mitch should have a licence to go out and be himself.
If he hits the ball it stays hit,
and he should be allowed to do
what comes naturally.
The calypso boys cricket has
been more than disappointing
it has been apocalyptic.
Were now hearing from
respected cricket people like
Michael Holding and Tony
Cozier that the whole idea of
a united, multinational West
Indies may be heading for the
scrapheap.
Just what is needed to fix West
Indies cricket is an issue for the
world authority, the ICC.
Maybe bucket loads of money
at grassroots level are whats
required to rekindle interest in
the game on the islands?
Maybe something much more
drastic?
Ho hum how long do we
have to wait for another Ashes
series?

Dumb and dumber

A lot of former AFL footballers still think of themselves as


badass bastards, fit and ready
to defend their turf.
As I wrote in this column two
weeks ago, I was involved in an
incident while I was enjoying
a meal with my old mate Ian
Chappell in Northbridge.
Without giving you another
blow-by-blow description of
what happened, I ended up
with two black eyes, a thumping headache and a temperature.
It left me sweating and
unsteady on my feet, with my
left knee grazed and swollen.
I thought Id shrug it all
off in 24 hours and recover
unblemished, just like in the
good old days.
Well, the body isnt what it
once was.

My doctor took the precaution of ordering a brain scan,


which was thankfully clear,
but the following week, the
symptoms prevailed and I really started to worry.
I have changed my stance
about the young lout who
decided to steal a cricket ball
Chappelli had signed that was
destined to help a charity, and
then smash me in the head
a couple of times for good
measure.
I would now like to see him
in court, and punished.
But the moral of my story is
that, even if you once played
a contact sport, once youve
retired you are no longer
superman (if you ever were).
And if youve reached the
ripe old age of 72, trying to
become a cage-fighter, as I did
that night, is just plain dumb.

Margs big waves set Robinson up


SURFING
By CAMERON BEDFORDBROWN

There is a lot of hype around


Margaret River surfer Jack
Robinson since he won the
Pipeline Invitational last
week.
The talented 17-year-old is
being touted as one of the best
big-wave tube riders in the
world, which is justified after
his stunning performance in
the waves during this years
Hawaiian triple crown.
Commentators and peers have
been keen to praise the young
surfer after he scored a perfect
10 on a whopping Sunset Beach
peak and won the invitational After winning a wild card entry into the Pipeline Masters main event,
in big, difficult Pipe tubes.
Jack Robinson, of Margaret River, pictured, was beaten in round 2 by
Just to be invited to the comp
Adriano de Souza, of Brazil. Photo: WSL/Cestari
is prestige enough, but winning
it from former pipe master and moments waiting for the heat to world title aspirant Adriano
Hawaiian legend Jamie OBrien to end, with OBrien scrambling de Souza, of Brazil.
is an outstanding performance to get a small score.
Robinson has taken to the big
for such a young bloke.
Winning the event earnt waves like a natural and his
Robinson caught only one Robinson a wild card spot in experience surfing the powerful
wave in the final, scoring a the Pipeline Masters main waves of Margaret River as he
high 9.43, which managed to be event, where he eventually grew up has paved the way for
enough to win after some tense went down in the second round his performances in Hawaii.

His future looks bright.


His smooth, easy-on-the-eye
style and ability to pick the
right waves and get deep inside
the tube are encouraging in
someone so young.
It will be interesting to see
if he strives for a place on the
world tour or sticks to his bigwave act, but its great to see
a Western Australian surfer
making an impact on the international scene.
As we go to press, the World
Surf League final event is on
hold at Pipe as competitors
wait for a new swell.
Fanning is looking strong
after breezing through the first
round.
Brazilians Adriano de Souza
and Filipe Toledo stumbled
in the first round but retained
their composure and avoided
exiting the comp in the elimination round two.
With all three world title surfers in contention heading into
the third round, we are set for
an exciting finish to the year.
Of note is the fact that Toledo
has jumped up the ratings and
sits in first spot.

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