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South Perth official says local businesses owners’ call to ban pop-up shops is not in best interests of the businesses themselves.
Future of association representing interests of 2000 Perth cricketers in limbo as nine out of 10 board members resign.
Tour of historic buildings set to evoke the city’s bygone golden age.
New day-and-night outdoor basketball courts on the doorstep of the Perth CBD.
Anything from a hair-do to a professional photo at the Perth boutiques that have it all.
Neighbours upset over denied access to public laneway.
City council sidesteps questions over recognition of Weld Square’s Aboriginal heritage.
Drivers use their love for automobiles to deal with mental illness.
Post-party service from Perth expands to the eastern states.
Residents would get to pay their respects locally.
Preferred tenderer selected as PTA discusses options for internet on “all or some” buses, trains, ferries and stations.
New barber shop set to spill the beans.
Council unanimously agrees to approach the State Government.
Despite critique from mental health professionals, Halloween event will proceed as originally themed.
Pressure on women to wear smaller and shorter Halloween outfits.
Traditional treatment given a run for its money.