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August 15, 2015

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Ice addict makes life hell


By DAVID COHEN

Residents of City Beachs


prestigious Tarongo Way say
they are being terrorised by
a methamphetamine addict
neighbour.
Two people have obtained
violence restraining orders
against the 38-year-old man and
fear for their families safety.
Police have been called to
Tarongo Way 45 times in the past
six months to deal with the addict.
Many of the calls were between midnight and 4am.
One neighbour said police had
warned them to have a panic
room ready.
My son says schools should

run excursions to put children


off using drugs, one street
resident said.
The addict has been filmed eating his own faeces in the street,
been caught with drugs, lit a fire
on his porch, been seen with a

Molotov cocktail, screamed obscenities, allegedly made threats


to kill, jumped fences, and vandalised his own house and garden.
He was screaming all day,
one resident said.
Then he pounded at our door

screaming die, die while wearing boxing gloves and grey jocks.
My husband ran upstairs and
got a baseball bat.
Another resident said the
addicts neighbours rarely got
unbroken sleep.

Serendipity in night arrest


Police arrested former WA
Legislative Council deputy clerk
Nigel Rodney Lake near Tarongo
Way, City Beach, while they were
patrolling to check on the streets
drug addict.
Mr Lake (49), of North
Fremantle, was sacked from his
$166,000-a-year job after a vote of

Parliament on Wednesday.
The vote to ask the Governor
to withdraw Mr Lakes commission came after the Legislative
Councils Procedure and Privileges
Committee said it had lost confidence in Mr Lake regardless of the
outcome of his court case.
The governor signed off on Mr

Lakes dismissal that night.


Mr Lake has pleaded not guilty
to carrying a baseball bat with
intent to cause fear, possessing
a disguise and unlawfully using
a tracking device after allegedly
being near the Tarongo Way home
of his boss, Legislative Council
clerk Nigel Pratt.

People visited all through the


night, often on noisy motorbikes.
We are on the brink: we dont
know if or when hes going to
erupt, she said.
The police have advised us
to have in place an escape and
exit plan should our house be attacked again, a neighbour said.
That is, make sure we have a
safe and secure room to hide in
until the police arrive.
Two of her neighbours have
had security screens and CCTV
installed.
Police raided the mans home
in June and found drugs and
unlicensed ammunition (Drug
count, POST June 13).
Please turn to page 76

Divers driven
round the bends

By JACOB NAZROO
WA divers are leading a national
campaign to preserve Australias
marine sanctuaries.
In 1998, the Howard government created the sanctuaries and
by 2012 Australia had the worlds
biggest network of marine parks.
But in 2013, the Abbott government announced a review of

them, with the Department of


the Environment saying in a
December 2013 report that the
park management plans would
be redeveloped.
Its most recent report, published
last Saturday, said the review was in
its final stages.
Harri Davies, Scuba Perth owner
Lee Johnson and several members
from UWAs Dive Club say the marine

parks should not be diminished or


taken away. They say marine parks
encourage healthy marine life,
building tourism and supporting
Australias dive industry.
The Australian scuba industry
alone has been estimated to be worth
as much as $4.2billion each year,
Ms Davies said.
The review is an unnecessary and
Please turn to page 76

DAP bias exposed


Loopholes riddle the controversial development assessment panels (DAPs) in a
way that favours developers,
according to incensed readers
of the POST.
Bias in the DAP structure was
exposed this week by readers
who have taken issue with a
letter to last weeks POST by
Gail McGowan, director general

of the Department of Planning.


They also contradict David
Caddy, a planner and developers
advocate at DAPs, who wrote to the
POST last week defending DAPs.
Subiaco councillor Julie
Matheson described a route by
which developments that vastly
exceed town planning schemes
are being approved against community protests.

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She said developers who made


ambit claims that were refused
by DAPs could then appeal
to the State Administrative
Tribunal, which could send the
project to mediation.
This happened in Alfred Cove,
where a developer applied for 87
home units on a site zoned for 24.
After an appeal to SAT, the
number of units was mediated
down from 87 to 84.
The DAP then held a public
hearing that approved the
mediated, non-complying
Please turn to page 17
DAPs under spotlight, pages 16-17

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Short-term solution
that will cost us all

Lets not repeat Perry


Lakes debacle

Community concern is building over the


governments plan to route the Perth freight
link through valued spaces, heading to but
not reaching Fremantle Port, shifting but not
resolving the dangerous congestion in Leach
Highway, increasing rather than easing the
bottlenecks in Stirling Highway/Curtin Avenue,
and compounding rather than reversing the
decline of Fremantle as one of Perths iconic
places.
How can years of planning and bipartisan
support for a road-rail freight link to an outer
harbour at Kwinana have come to such a bad
decision?
Fremantle harbours size physically limits
its container shipping capacity.
How, then, can a solution that is effectively
short-term justify this major allocation of scarce
infrastructure funds?
Long-suffering residents along Leach
Highway deserve sustainable solutions; we
all do.
The route proposed for the freight link will
not provide this.
The government should delay its rst link
contracts planned for October while better options for both the route and method of
freight transport are revisited and shared
with the people.
Sue Booth
Angwin Street, East Fremantle
Wembley Woodlands
Downs
Churchlands
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From last weeks POST. Cambridge mayoral candidate Keri Shannon is


leading the charge against the councils controversial push to allow infill
in some parts of the town.

Havent they seen what DAPs


have actually been doing?
wh1.thewebconsole.com/wh/4154/
images/David-Caddy.pdf).
At the very least, in writing a
letter so closely aligned to his professional interests, he shouldhave
stated his afliations.
For the sake of similar transparency, I acknowledge that, when I
was a Vincent councillor (19952009), I was responsible for the
councils adopting the practice of
being represented in appeals to
the SAT (and its predecessor, the
Town Planning Appeals Tribunal)
by (a) an elected member, (b) an
independent town planner and (c) a
member of the affected community.
In this way, we had a 75% success
rate in defending appeals.
Of course, this was before the
DAPs notwithstanding the
claims of Ms McGowan and Mr
Caddy changed the rules and
said, through their decisions, that
it was OK to ignore town planning
schemes and planning policies.
Ian Ker
Vincent Street, Mt Lawley

David Caddy says DAPs, SAT


must stick to local and state planning policies (Letters, POST,
August 8).
He echoes the words of Gail
McGowan, director-general of the
Planning Department, who said in
another letter in the same issue
that development assessment
panel (DAP) decisions must be in
accordance with local government
planning schemes, state planning
policies and sound planning principles.
Clearly, neither has paid much
attention to what the DAPs have
actually been doing, as described
in Dodgy DAP system slammed
(POST, August 1), which cites
numerous examples of decisions
inconsistent with town planning
schemes.
But at least we can see that Ms
McGowan is simply saying what
her Minister insists that she say
in support of the governments
pro-developer agenda.
Mr Caddy has been a professional town planner for over 35
years and states in his professional
resum that he has been successfully representing developers in town planning appeals for
nearly three decades (https://
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Mr Caddy stressed in a preface to his


letter last week that he was writing
as a private citizen, and his views did
not reflect those of UWA, or TPG Town
Planning, Urban Design and Heritage, of
which he is a director. Editor

More letters pages 12, 24, 28

Keri Shannon, spokesperson for the Save


Our City Beach Our Floreat fear-spreading
Facebook campaign against Cambridge councils Amendment 31, has announced a ticket
for the Cambridge elections (Shannon goes
for Withers chain, POST, August 8).
In my view, this ticket means only one thing:
gaining control of Cambridge council with the
aim of overturning a previous council decision
which will certainly be unsuccessful.
We have experienced this sort of nonsense
before with the Perry Lakes debacle 10 years
ago, when the Coast ward members in control
made a mess of things.
The result was a dysfunctional council.
The state government stepped in, legislated
and took control of the lucrative project.
History repeats itself only if people ignore
history.
Corinne MacRae
Cambridge councillor
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Secrets on our doorstep locked in SAS


By LINDA CALLAGHAN
Top secrets from the US and
Britain are stored at the SAS
Campbell Barracks, it has been
revealed during a parliamentary inquiry.
The SAS regiments commanding officer, identified only by
his rank and initial, Lt Colonel
B, was explaining to Senators
why the barracks needed to be
improved with a $223million
redevelopment.

Among the array of top


brass, Lt Col B, was the only
one wearing a day suit for the
Senate public works committee
hearing at Rendezvous hotel in
Scarborough.
There are probably three key
factors post- September 11 that
have impacted on the regiment
and its facilities, he said.
We have seen an incredible
increase in the number of operational deployments of the unit
and changes in the nature of the

tasks they have been required


to do, he said.
Increasingly we are required
to operate with our Five Eyes,
US, UK, Canada and New
Zealand.
This brings with it demands
for the ability to hold and deal
with sensitive and top secret
information that is pertinent
to all those countries.
He said there was added strain
on ageing facilities.
Brigadier Noel Beutel,

director-general of Defences
facilities, said Campbell
Barracks would be there at
least 30 years.
To replicate those training
facilities as well as provide facilities we are proposing under
this redevelopment, instead of
looking at $223 million we would
probably be looking at a minimum of half a billion dollars,
assuming that we could find and
purchase the appropriate land,
Brigadier Beutel said.

Subiaco to
back extra
night footy

Yoga class
without
a paddle

The WA Football Commission wants to protect the


number of night games that
can be played at Subiaco Oval.
At present the commission
can stage a maximum of 12night games a year at the 43,000
seat oval.
A 2010 deal that allowed it to
add another 14 night fixtures a
year lapsed at the end of the
2014 AFL season.
The commission met Subiaco
council two weeks ago to ask to
extend the arrangement until
the end of 2018.
Given the 2015 seasons
fixtures and current success of
both the [Fremantle Dockers]
Please turn to page 76

A stand-up paddle-board yogi practises at Leighton beach.


allow lessons between 7 and manager Michael Whitbread
By JACOB NAZROO
8am on Saturdays and Sundays said.
Shire president Rachel
Perth Stand-up Paddle and between 5 and 6.30pm on
Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Thomas questioned how noisy
Board School wants to hold
At Tuesday nights agenda
paddle-board yoga classes forum, councillors were reluc- the new lessons would be.
Councillor Brian Kavanagh
at Freshwater Bay, but tant to recommend it.
said more lessons would mean
Peppermint Grove councilThe school already runs
lors are not keen on the idea. regular paddle-board classes more parking, which was
School founder Cameron between 7am and noon already causing the shore at
McKay said a person who had Monday to Friday, and 8 to Freshwater Bay to deteriorate.
Mr McKay said: We have
seen the popularity of paddle- 10am, Saturdays and Sundays.
one
van that carries all the
board yoga in the US had asked
The proposed additional
him to organise lessons.
hours are considered inappro- equipment no need for a
Having since run normal priate, given the proximity of trailer meaning we take up
paddle-board sessions in private residences, and would minimal parking spaces.
Councillors will decide on
Mosman Park, Mr McKay asked detract from the general amenPeppermint Grove council to ity of the area, development the application on August 25.

Prof guilty of saving UWA money


The University of WA has
found a senior academic
guilty of five charges of
serious misconduct after an
internal investigation.
The business school professor, who has been at UWA
for nearly 40 years, is on sick
leave.
UWA demoted him and cut
his pay after the investigation.
Its understood one of the
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His colleagues were dismayed at the misconduct
charges. They said the professor saved $500 by booking the
flight himself.
Another charge was over
not getting proper approvals
to take a six-month sabbatical.
Its just a nonsense, one of
the professors colleagues said.
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it believed it had been broken.
UWA can confirm that the
matter regarding the professor
followed proper procedure,
including an appeal process,
and that the decision regarding his position was made
based on the outcome of that
procedure, he said.

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Dexter is a gem
of a dog
Subiaco jewellers Thomas
Meihofer and Wendy Page
have combined mans best
friend with a girls best
friend in one package.
The Rokeby Road
retailers are the new
and proud owners of a
20-week-old xoloitzcuintle
(pronouncedzoh-loh-eetsKWEENT-lee) puppy called
Dexter, which they ordered
two years ago.
He is just one of a handful of the rare breed, also
known as the Mexican
hairless dog, or xolo, in
Australia.
Dexter is not only a
very important member
of our family, but is also
an integral part of our
team at Thomas Meihofer
Jewellery Design, Wendy
said.
Apart from providing
hours of entertainment
for all of us at Thomas
Meihofer, his job description includes modelling
and road-testing Thomass
new range of customdesigned sterling silver
dog tags, which have been
made to reflect his breed
and personality.
He is also becom-

Noni was the artist


The paintings Reflections
and Interactions and
Bright Links on show in
the four-day Beauty in
Rarity exhibition at the
Human Genetics Society
of Australasias 39th annual scientific meeting at
the Perth Convention and
Exhibition Centre this week
were painted by Subiaco

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CHOP CHOP CHOP


CHOP CHOP CHOP.
These sound effects
were in a terrific POST
Doodlebug entry, which
the artist called High Road
and Low Road to Ruin.
It showed former
Parliamentary speaker
Bronwyn Bishop as a pink
and yellow helicopter, flying to a Liberal rally.
WHINE was the noise
coming from the tail rotor.
A POST reporter was
anguished that the entry,
which might not have been
from a child, did not win
an ice-cream voucher.

An eye in the sky is


apparently thwarting
Nedlands rangers trying
to catch tradies illegally
parking in Swanbourne.
There is a wide view
from the crane on a building site off Alfred Road
apparently, and tradies
working on the block of
flats move their vehicles
before the rangers get
there.
Coastal districts ward
councillor Leo McManus
said: There is nothing we
can do about it.
If someone rings their
mate and happens to mention the ranger is on the
way, how can we stop it?
Workers on the site were
more coy.
The rangers come
around every four hours,

Blazing puddles

Meet our skin-ny mascot .... Subiaco jewellers Thomas


Meihofe and Wendy Page with Dexter

ing quite a celebrity in


Subiaco. Every time we
go on one of our frequent
walks around Subiaco,
people stop and ask about
him and his breed.
Being hairless and one
of only nine standard
xoloitzcuintle dogs in
resident Noni Lowther.
The exhibition featured
artworks produced by people living with rare genetic
conditions, or who had
been touched by somebody
with such a condition.
Ms Lowther has two
sons with a rare genetic
condition.
The theme of the conference was Rare Diseases and
Indigenous Genetics.

Australia, he attracts a lot


of attention.
The xoloitzcuintle is native to Mexico and can be
traced back at least 3000
years, but it was on the
brink of extinction when
a scientific expedition rediscovered them in 1954.

Triple Scotch
Former Scotch students
were thick on the ground at
Tuesday nights Claremont
council meeting.
Councillors Peter Browne,
Bruce Haynes and Chris
Mews said they had gone
to Scotch College, before
public statements and debate on the Swanbourne
schools proposed early
learning centre.

one said.
Residents of the former
Swanbourne high school
site have asked the city
council to close Nidjalla
Loop because they say
there are traffic problems.
Neighbouring Claremont
council residents do not
want it closed.
The developer of the
Aria six-storey apartment
block told the council
all the tradies would be
able to park in the underground garage by next
month.
One worker said some of
the complaints had come
from owners of apartments in a neighbouring
block still under construction and which also had
tradespeople working in
the area.

It was a fun wet weekend for the Swanny Blazers.


The Swanbourne Primary School Year 4 minkey team
had their last game of the season, against John XXIII
College, in heavy rain at College Park in Claremont.
The Blazers won the hard-fought match 4-2, and then
enjoyed the puddles on the park.

What have you drawn?


You tell me, this artist said.

Is there anybody who


didnt go to Scotch College?
mayor Jock Barker asked
the meeting.
There was: Alec
OConnell said he hadnt
been a student there,
though he was the principal.
The council got legal advice before the meeting on
whether the former students
could vote.

Splash Swanbourne PS kids after a hard-fought minkey


match last weekend.

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POST, August 15, 2015 Page 5

Jack Sues kids want


their memories back
By BRET CHRISTIAN

Children of WA war hero


Jack Sue are trying to recover
some of his possessions after
his collection was auctioned in
Claremont last week.
They want to contact buyers at
the auction who are willing to sell
back the special items.
Dad has seven kids, and six of
us were most definitely against
the sale of his memorabilia, said
one of his sons, Kam Sue.
It has immense sentimental
value to many of his children.
We only found out about the
auction when one of the brothers got a call from his ex-army
colleague.
I was watching the auction
online from Hong Kong while
my younger brother Kim, older
brother Graeme and sister Aneeta
were there bidding on items we
were trying to keep in the family.
They managed to buy four items,
including Jack Sues Smatchet
commando knife for $5250, but
soon reached their budget of
$10.000.
The items went for much more
than the catalogue prices, Kam
said.
The Smatchet was listed for

I sent an email to
b$1300 to $1800 (POST,
the auctioneer, Peter,
August 8).
asking to pass on
We were of the firm
that Jacks other kids
opinion that if the
would gladly buy the
items were not going to
items back should they
stay in the family, they
change their minds,
should go to a suitable
Kam said.
museum in Perth and/
He had heard that
or be offered to the SAS
some buyers had bid
Campbell Barracks if
at the auction to keep
those guys are interparts of the collection
ested, Kam said.
We believe if Dad Jack Sue in the in WA.
There was strong
had wanted to profit 1960s. He died in
internet bidding from
from his keepsakes, he
2009, aged 84.
the UK and the US.
would have sold them
Overseas buyers are
years ago.
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highest bravery award after the
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want back is a briefcase belong- native weapon adopted by the
ing to an armed Japanese doc- commandos and greatly feared
tor Jack killed in a one-on-one by the Japanese.
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Sport fans on Subi council


Subiaco councillor Mark Burns spent $3116 on
tickets to football at Subiaco Oval in June.

Auctioneer Peter McKenzie with the Samurai swords before the auction. One was withdrawn by son and executor Barry Sue because of a
claim over ownership, while another sold for $6250.

Council records show Mr Burns bought tickets


through the council, the lessor of the ground.
Councillor Paul Clements paid $420 for footy tickets
in April and another $1120 in June, while Councillor
Scott Arbuckle bought two tickets for $140.
The WA Football Commission has a 99-year lease
with Subiaco council for the oval.

Lost antenna plans disputed


By LINDA CALLAGHAN
Claims Nedlands council
lost plans for mobile phone
antennas are at the heart of a
year-long wait for a resident.
Information Commissioner
Sven Bluemmel said he concluded the documents had
been lost or did not exist.
Bronwyn Stuckeys home
is level with the rooftop of a
Broadway building where the
equipment was installed.
When it was to be extended
last year, she asked the council
for more information.
They must have had copies
of the plans in order to deal
with it, she said.
At first the council said some
of the documents were exempt
from Freedom of Information

laws because they had a commercial value, according to the


results of an appeal.
When Dr Stuckey appealed
to Information Commissioner
Sven Bluemmel, the council
backed down and withdrew
that exemption.
It refused to release other
documents that it said were
covered by legal professional
privilege.
Dr Stuckey said the council must have plans for the
antenna.
Originally there were only
two shrouds and two antennas
in them.
At the moment there are
four shrouds but I do not know
how many antennas are in
them, she said.
If the extension amounted
to 25% of the equipment the

council could have refused


permission for it, she said.
When the antenna was installed, residents forced the
council to consider it as a
planning application because
it was in a residential area.
It also led to a council policy
forbidding towers and antennas near primary schools.
Mr Bluemmel said in his
decision: After the additional
searches had been completed,
all documents are either in the
councils possession but cannot be found, or do not exist.
Dr Stuckey said though it
had taken a year for the commissioner to rule, she would
not give up.
I have other avenues. The
council is not acting in the
interests of its constituents,
she said.

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North to Alaska
... on trail bike

By LINDA CALLAGHAN

Motorbiking Nedlands couple


Stewart Newsome and Sandra
Saunders are in Alaska on
the last leg of a journey they
started 25 years ago.
As newlyweds in 1989, they
set off from Yorkshire on a
round-the-world holiday, but
were waylaid in Australia by
work and starting a family.
In May this year, now both
retired and their two daughters
grown up, they dusted off their
BMW trail bike to set off again
and finish the trip.
Weve done some pretty
spectacular driving so far, from
the deserts of Arizona, the Blue
Ridge Mountains of Virginia,
Washington DC, Niagara Falls
and the Great Lakes of Ontario,
through the Prairies and on to
the Alaska highway, through
British Columbia and into the
wild Yukon, said Sandra, a former University of WA lecturer
known as Sam to her friends.
Each was stunning and
memorable.
Since leaving Perth and picking up the bike at Los Angeles
airport, we have driven over
12,000 kilometres.
Turning off the Alaska highway on to the Klondike Highway
to take us into Alaska has been
the best driving so far.
It is breathtakingly awesome
mountains, glaciers, raging
rivers and waterfalls.
As we approached the border
summit, we were quite surprised
to see two fully laden bicycles
also heading our way.
Wed seen so few vehicles
on this quite remote section of
road. Timing was incredible

how could you imagine meeting


someone at this junction, under
the border placard announcing
Welcome to Alaska just where
we would like to have a photo
together.
The couple were French and
we chatted a while about their
bicycle adventure, and very
obligingly they took the photo for
us, with the POST Newspaper.
The trail bike Stewart and Sam
set off on had been stored in the
garage at their Nedlands home.
Stewart, who used to own
a motorbike shop in the UK,
rebuilt the engine before they
set off on part two of their trip.
With an air cushion at the
front and bags on either side it
was like an armchair, Sam said.
We will be back, we are just
not sure when, she said.
Stewart said he and Sam had
met in Batley, near Leeds, when
Sam was at university.
When she finished her doctorate, she did a lot of contract
work and at the end of each
contract we would head off for
Greece or Turkey for a couple of
weeks or months, Stewart said.
We were always saying we
would like to ride around the
world on a motorbike, then one
day we just decided to do it.
Carrying a tent for camping,
or staying in cheap hotels, they
headed for eastern Europe,
but by the time they got to
the Middle East, politics had
kicked in.
Salman Rushdie had published Satanic Verses and they
would not let us into Syria,
Stewart said, though they made
it into Jordan and Iraq.
After Alaska they will be head
south to Mexico.

ST
PO
LE
EOP
P

Sandra Sam Saunders and Stewart Newsome finally


get to ride through the wild Yukon on the motorbike
trip they started 25 years ago. Stewart said they asked
their daughters to look after the dog before they left
Nedlands, right, on part two of their great adventure.

City Beach school now independent


City Beach Primary is now
officially an independent state
school.
Education Minister Peter
Collier was at a function on
Monday night last week to
launch the new status.
Principal Grant Ward said it
meant the school would have
more control over hiring staff
and how its money was spent.
Being an independent public school gives us far more

autonomy than we have had in


the past, Mr Ward said.
We now have the ability to
appoint teachers who fit and
match the schools philosophy
and values.
School board chairperson and
parent Claire Williams said the
new status was a long-term commitment for parents to be more
involved and for the children of
families who followed in future
years.
Mr Ward said parents were

already very involved.


We have so many of our
parents helping out with all
facets of the school, including
before and after-school sport
programs, canteen duty, assisting in classroom activities,
being on the school board and
a very proactive P&C association, he said.
It is a really fantastic school
community here and our new
status will only serve to enhance
that.

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Perth Mod exam


proves testing
By LLOYD GORMAN
Perth Modern School did not
have to reveal what questions
a student had been asked in an
August 2012 chemistry exam,
the Supreme Court ruled last
Friday.
The father of the student
identified only as H in court
papers failed to convince
the court that a decision by
Information Commissioner Sven
Bluemmel into the matter was
unreasonable.
In his judgment, Justice John
Chaney supported a finding
by the commissioner from
November 2014, and the original
decision by the Department of
Education.
In November 2012 Mr H applied for access to the test paper
and was told a month later that
he could get his childs answers
to the test questions, but not the
questions themselves.
He immediately asked the
department to carry out an internal review of that decision,
which it upheld a few days later,
on Christmas Eve.
In February 2013 he appealed
to the commissioner, who 21
months later (November 2014),
agreed with the Education
Department and ruled the
questions were exempt under
a clause of the Freedom of
Information Act.
In his appeal to the commissioner, Mr H said he had been
given all the test and exam
papers between Years 8 and
10 from all departments at the
school, except the science department.
The Department of Education
disputed this claim, saying that
only some questions had been

released by the schools maths


department.
In his appeal to the commissioner, Mr H contended: If the
science department released
test papers regularly, science
teachers might coordinate their
lessons and test questions better. The quality of education
cannot be maintained by withholding test papers.
If tests are not disclosed,
they will be biased and unfair
because some tutors and siblings
of other students have access to
test questions which are recycled by the school.
Given the amount of science
test questions available in the
public domain, it is not difficult
for the school to rewrite tests.
Mr H argued that disclosing
tests would improve productive feedback from parents and
improve the quality of tests at
the school.
Initially, the science department may experience difficulty
in rewriting each test, but the
quality of the questions will
improve through continual
feedback and the situation will
get better over time, he said.
Justice Chaney said the man
had raised six grounds supporting his claim for access to the
information, and why it should
be available.
It is not necessary for me
to deal with those matters because this appeal is only open
on questions of law, Justice
Chaney said.
None of the grounds of appeal
are made out, and the application should be dismissed.
Perth Modern was contacted
for comment.

One of us Brendan Rice was born in South Africa but is an Australian citizen, despite media reports to
the contrary. Photo: Cape Town Sport Photography

Willie backs a winner

A five-year sponsorship has


paid off for real estate agent
William Porteous.

Mr Porteous has paid for


kayaker Brendan Rices airfares for five years. Earlier this
month, Mr Rice won the Avon
Descent for the first time.
I met him through someone
in our office and he is fantastic, Mr Porteous said.
He is an outstanding young
person, very dedicated, and
his win is a real credit to him.
I thought he was going to

Barnett unlinks from freight talk


Colin Barnett wont take part in what he
says will be a political debate about the Perth
Freight Link in Cottesloe.
WA Greens Senator Scott Ludlam and Labor
state opposition Leader Mark McGowan
will be at the September 1 event, organised
by Cottesloes Residents and Ratepayers
Association.
It was understood that the invitation to Mr
Barnett was as local member, to join local
speakers, including the Town of Cottesloe,
and a local audience and as such he was prepared to attend, Mr Barnetts office wrote to
the association.
The material distributed by SOS Cottesloe
is now under the banner of Rethink the Link
and advertising what appears to be a political
debate, mentioning the Premier, the Leader of
the Opposition etc. and with the main contact

Think again,
says Nedlands
A rethink is needed on the proposed law to
create a new city of Perth council, Nedlands
councillors have decided.
They listed flaws in the legislation and plan
to ask the government to withdraw it.
One of the main objections is to changing the
boundaries with Nedlands and Subiaco to put
the University of WA and QEII in the new city.
Nedlands mayor Max Hipkins said Nedlands
supported the idea of a capital city Act, just
not the one proposed.
There has been no cost-benefit analysis or
explanation for why it is required, he said.
Many questions remain unanswered. The
proposed Bill does not achieve the objective
and should be discontinued.
The council is against changes to controls
of Kings Park.
There was no reason for giving control to the
director of public health, they said.
Moving the boundary to the middle of the
river could have cost implications for councils.
Setting up a committee to give the ministers
for planning, transport and local government
power over the new council would constrain it.
Read the POST online at postnewspapers.com.au

being Rethink the Link.


This being the case, the invitation to take
part is declined.
On Tuesday the federal government refused
a Senate order to hand over link documents.

A R T S & C R A F T S FA I R

go places.
Mr Rice won the single craft
category of the race in a little
over nine hours.
Ive entered a lot over the
years, Mr Rice said.
Three times in the single,
twice in the doubles, and several times in a team of four.
Mr Rice said his knowledge
of the river helped him win for
the first time.
He is off to compete in the
Fish River Canoe Marathon
in South Africas Eastern Cape

in October.
Mr Rice was nonplussed with
many media reports describing
him as South African after his
Descent victory.
My family is from Durban,
but I went to school here and Im
an Australian citizen, he said.
Ive even been in the
Australian team a few times.
Maybe its because South
Africans are strong in kayaking.
It was the first year in a long
time a South African hadnt
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Subiaco scene

sunday@subi Fi Mondello and


The Sweet Teas
Fi Mondello and her jazz trio will open the concert playing a
mystical blend of pop and jazz with a vintage twist. The second
act will see Fi joined by Heidi Lake and Cleo Sayers creating the
female vocal trio The Sweet Teas, delivering beautiful jazz songs
with heart and sophisticated three-part harmonies.
When: Sunday 23 August, 2pm
Where: Subiaco Arts Centre, 180 Hamersley Road, Subiaco
Tickets are available at the door from 1.15pm on a rst
come, rst served basis. For more information on the
concerts, contact the city on 9237 9222 or visit
www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/concerts

Advanced care planning workshop

REACH Population health check

The city is working with Palliative Care WA to present a free


workshop where you can learn about how you can make your
health care choices known through advanced care planning.
A team of professionals will be there to help you with:

Take fteen minutes out of your day to see the friendly


Roaming Education and Community Health (REACH) staff and
have a free health check.

advanced care planning


enduring powers of attorney and guardianship
different medical procedures and what they can and cant do
making a will
organ donation.
When: Thursday 3 September, 8.30am to 12pm
Where: Palms Community Centre, corner of Nicholson and
Rokeby roads, Subiaco
Places are limited. RSVP on 9237 9320 or
adminscc@subiaco.wa.gov.au

When: Friday 11 September, 10am to 1.30pm


Where: Subiaco Library, 237 Rokeby Road, Subiaco
The health check will include:
blood pressure
cholesterol check
blood glucose level check
girth measurement
type 2 diabetes risk assessment
information about your health.
No bookings required.

Community notices
Q Corporate, Community and Technical
Services Committee meeting
Tuesday 18 August
Bus Shelter Improvement Plan
Integrated Tranport Strategy
Daglish Station pedestrian and cyclist crossing facilities on
Railway Road
Regal Theatre Foundation Ltd request for the city to sponsor
rst stage of refurbishment
Lords operational performance report
Lords lighting upgrade Community Sporting and Recreation
Facilities Fund application
Personal training permit fees
Financial statements July 2015

Q Town Planning Scheme No. 4 Policy


Rescission Planning Policy 2.8 Aged or
Dependent Persons Dwellings and 2.10
Amusement Centres
At the Ordinary Council meeting held on 28 July 2015, Council
resolved to rescind Planning Policies 2.8 Aged or Dependent
Persons Dwellings and 2.10 Amusement Centres.

Q Community survey Relocation of AFL


Football from Subiaco Oval in 2018
Have your say on the social, economic and cultural impact of
the relocation of AFL Football from Subiaco Oval on the Subiaco
Town Centre.
The City of Subiaco has engaged Professional Public Relations (PPR)
to conduct a major survey of the wider community, capturing the
views and opinions of Subiaco residents, local business owners
and visitors who attend AFL/WAFL games at Subiaco Oval.
There are four online surveys available:
business owners/operators residents
Subiaco Oval patrons
general comments.
You are invited to provide us with your feedback via as many of
the surveys as are relevant to you. The surveys close at 5pm on
Monday 7 September.
To complete the surveys, visit www.haveyoursaysubiaco.com.au

Q Development Assessment Panel application


The city is inviting public comment on an application for
amendments to an approved three storey building comprising ten
multiple dwellings including alterations to the southern and eastern
elevations of the building and the basement at 125 Fairway, Crawley.
The application meets the criteria for a Development
Assessment Panel application and will be determined by the
Metro West Joint Development Assessment Panel. For more
information on the DAPs visit daps.planning.wa.gov.au
Comments are to be received by 5pm on Friday 28 August.

Q Additions to the Local Government


Inventory
The city is inviting public comment on a proposal to include
the following former corner stores on the Local Government
Inventory with the classication of some signicance (Level 3):
65 Bagot Road, Subiaco
135 Heytesbury Road, Subiaco
104 Keightley Road, Shenton Park
77 Nicholson Road, Shenton Park
107 Nicholson Road, Shenton Park
299 Railway Road, Subiaco
396398 Rokeby Road, Subiaco.
Comments are to be received by 5pm on Monday 31 August.

Q Draft Planning Policy 3.11 Duke Street


Conservation Area
The city is inviting public comment on draft Planning Policy 3.11
Duke Street Conservation Area.
Comments are to be received by 5pm on Monday 31 August.

Q Amendments to the Local Government


Inventory
The city is inviting public comment on a proposal to amend
the level of signicance of places on the Local Government
Inventory adopted under the classication of HCWA Register
of Heritage Places and Recommended for Register of Heritage
Places to exceptional signicance (Level 1).
Comments are to be received by 5pm on Monday 7 September.

Q Additions to the Town Planning Scheme


Register of Places of Cultural Heritage
Signicance
The city is inviting public comment on a proposal to amend
the level of signicance of the following places on the Local
Government Inventory to considerable signicance (Level 2)
and to include these places on the Town Planning Scheme
Register of Places of Cultural Heritage Signicance:
230 Hamersley Road, Subiaco
142 Hensman Road, Subiaco
219 Heytesbury Road, Subiaco
90 Onslow Road, Shenton Park.
Comments are to be received by 5pm on Monday 7 September.
For more information on the above, visit
www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/formalsubmissions or view hard
copies at the citys Administration Centre, 241 Rokeby Road,
Subiaco or Subiaco Library, 237 Rokeby Road, Subiaco during
normal operating hours.
Comments should be submitted in writing
through the online submission form at

www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/formalsubmissions, via email to


city@subiaco.wa.gov.au or addressed to the Chief Executive
Ofcer, City of Subiaco, PO Box 270, Subiaco WA 6904.
Comments should clearly indicate the name and address of the
person making the submission and the proposal or application
to which the submission relates.

Q Development applications received


Property

Proposal

217 Townshend Road,


Subiaco
118 Gloster Street,
Subiaco
43 Hensman Road,
Subiaco

Alterations and additions to existing


dwelling
Alterations and additions to existing
dwelling
Alterations and additions to 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

Whats happening in Subi


Qsunday@subi Some Like It Yacht
Go back in time to the music that ruled the FM airwaves
between 1976 and 1984 with the sophisticated and smooth
pop sounds known as Yacht Rock. An Auslan interpreter will be
present at this concert.
Sunday 16 August, 2pm
Subiaco Arts Centre, 180 Hamersley Road, Subiaco
Tickets are free and available at the door from 1.15pm on a rst
come, rst served basis.

QFamily history research Lunchtime talk


with Shannon Lovelady
Learn about the historical resources available to Western
Australian researchers and how to overcome the common
research roadblocks that can arise.
Friday 28 August, 12.15pm
Subiaco Library, 237 Rokeby Road, Subiaco
Book online at www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/events

QUpskill pasta making workshop


A free pasta making workshop run by the citys Upskill youth
development program for young people aged fteen to
twenty-ve. Buon appetito!
Saturday 29 August, 2pm
Subiaco PCYC, 450 Rokeby Road, Subiaco
RSVP on 9237 9216 or culture@subiaco.wa.gov.au

QCHILDREN QALL AGESQADULTS


QSENIORS QYOUTH

241 Rokeby Road, Subiaco WA 6008 | T (08) 9237 9222 | E city@subiaco.wa.gov.au | W www.subiaco.wa.gov.au | F www.facebook.com/cityofsubiaco

POST, August 15, 2015 Page 9

Hannah has keys to Carnegie Hall Wearne

meeting

By DAVID COHEN
Hannah Wang started learning the third movement of
Mozarts Piano Concerto No.23
in A major this week.
I will have learnt it by next
week, the six-year-old pianist
and Methodist Ladies College
student said.
Hannah has had a lot of success in piano competitions in
the past 12 months.
In June, she won overall best
junior performer at the WA
Pianists Competition after
claiming two first prizes and
two second prizes.
The wins led to an invitation
to perform at Carnegie Hall in
New York in May next year, in
the Golden Key Music Festival.
Hannah said music was easy
to remember.
You need to practise, she
said.
On school days, I practise for
1 hours and on weekends for
two hours.
My favourite composer is
Mozart. I like the sound and he
is fun to play.
Hannah also plays the violin,
but said it was harder than the
piano.
Youve got to find where the
note goes with your finger, she
said.
For fun, Hannah likes playing soccer with her brother
Jeremiah.
I listen to a bit of Disney. I
like Mickey Mouse and The Lion
King, she said.
I also like the Smurfs.
Hannahs mother, Christina,
said her daughter was two when
she first asked to have piano
lessons.
The teacher said she had to
be four, Christina said.
But she watched her brother

The four-council steering


committee discussing the
future of Wearne Hostel has
held its first meeting.
Control of the hostel is
vested in Cottesloe, Claremont,
Peppermint Grove and Mosman
Park councils.
The four councils formed a committee to discuss the future of the
hostel, which Curtin Care wants to
secure tenure of so it can finance
a major aged-care upgrade.
Mosman Park mayor Ron
Norris told Tuesday nights
corporate and technical services
committee that the first meeting
had taken place.
He did not say what happened
at the meeting.

Bid to save
banksias

Thriving banksia trees on a


former hospital site in Shenton
Park should be saved from the
bulldozer as a park, Nedlands
councillors said.

Keys to success Hannah Wang is booked to play at New Yorks Carnegie Hall. Photo: Billie Fairclough
Ethans lessons a lot and one day
she played one of the pieces he
was learning. She was three.
After she turned five, Hannah
came under the tutelage of Yoon
Sen Lee, who has been teaching
music for more than 30 years.
Hannah is an extraordinary
talent, Yoon Sen said.
She has the God-given talent
of perfect pitch, but she is also a
fast learner, reading and memo-

rising her music really quickly,


plus the bonus of an extremely
cheerful character.
She has such a wonderful and
humorous personality and is
such a lovely and obedient girl.
The most important thing is
that she is willing to work hard,
resulting in her capability to
perform so well at concerts and
competitions.
MLC music director Robert

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Faulkner said Hannah had


exceptional potential.
The rate at which she is
learning an extensive repertoire
is outstanding, Dr Faulkner
said.
She has an extraordinarily
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Dr Faulkner has a chapter in a
just-published Oxford University
Press book, Musical Prodigies.

The Environmental Protection


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Selby Street as being in very
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Hipkins said.
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The council committee
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Commission to save the bush
when it considers rezoning the
former rehabilitation hospital
land as part of a government
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Amendment 31
Changes made from Community Feedback
Feedback from consultation on Town Planning Scheme Amendment 31 resulted in
signicant changes being made to the original proposal. On 10 July the Town wrote to all
residents and to the people who made a submission, outlining the Councils decision and
major changes to the Amendment. Major elements of the modied amendment include:

OUT
3 dwellings
on corner lots

OUT
manor houses
on corner blocks

60%
minimum

open space and landscaping


for manor houses and two dwellings on corner lots

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manor houses

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Two dwelling
manor house
on blocks >900m2

2+
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plus small 70m2 apartment,
on blocks >1000m2

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minimum

front setback for a manor house

0.6 Plot Ratio


Total combined oor space for two storey manor houses
cannot be greater than 60% of the lot area

Neighbours able to comment


on all manor house applications

Changes have been made to limit the size and scale of the proposed developments,
protect the streetscape and improve the landscaping. Manor houses to be similar to single
homes and compatible with the surrounding area. Design guidelines to be introduced.
A full list of changes is available at www.cambridge.wa.gov.au/amendment31
The revised Town Planning Scheme Amendment 31 is with the WA Planning Commission
who will consider the amendment and seek nal determination from the Minister for Planning.

1 Bold Park Drive Floreat | 08 9347 6000 | mail@cambridge.wa.gov.au | cambridge.wa.gov.au

POST, August 15, 2015 Page 11

ABOVE: Iwanos own house, in Liord Road, Floreat. RIGHT: The Paganin House in The Boulevard is another of Iwanos designs but is not on the towns municipal inventory.

Infill faces heritage challenge


By LINDA CALLAGHAN
Heritage Minister Albert
Jacob is being asked to stop
changes to Cambridge councils town planning scheme.
Lawyers acting for residents

who opposed an amendment


that would allow duplex, triplex
and apartment developments in
City Beach, Floreat and part of
Mt Claremont claim the council
breached the Heritage Act by
not referring the proposed new
rule to the Heritage Council.

Subiaco mayor Heather Henderson inspects the


bug hotel with its creator Tim Delany.

Bugs welcome
to check in
A 16-level Subiaco hotel that opened this
week has hundreds of rooms and should be
teeming with bugs before long.

Council CEO Jason Buckley


said the town had taken legal
advice and did not need to refer
Amendment 31 to the Heritage
Council.
Craig Wallace, a partner
with Lavan Legal, also wrote
to Planning Minister John
Day, Attorney-General Michael
Mischin and senior public servants.
The letter follows questions
raised at the July Cambridge
council meeting by Jenny
Marshner.
Ms Marshner was a co-opted
member of the WA Heritage
Council.
She told councillors the spotlight should have been turned on
the architecture of City Beach
during the drafting of plans to
allow infill development.
And the council might have
missed a step in the legal procedure, said Ms Marshner, who
lives in Churchlands and is
building a house in City Beach.
The fact the council was
proposing to change its town
planning scheme should have
been referred to the Heritage
Council.

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A few doors from his home in Floreat, Iwano designed this house in
Liord Road for the then German Consul, Schmidt Lademan.
Are you aware under the any difference.
Changing the zoning does
Planning Act there is a requirement to refer it to the Heritage not make a place more likely
to be demolished or not, Mr
Council? she said.
Mayor Simon Withers said Withers said.
I do not believe there will be
the council would need to get
significant change to the buildlegal advice.
Ms Marshner said there were ing fabric of a place.
Mr Buckley said: There is no
fine examples in City Beach,
of buildings by architects like general requirement for all town
Iwan Iwanoff, that were worthy planning scheme amendments
to be referred to the Heritage
of protection.
Mr Withers said he doubted Council for advice.
the proposed change to the town
planning scheme would make Please turn to page 76

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The insect hotel at Mabel Talbot Park in


Jolimont is made from recycled timber pruned
by council staff and metal salvaged from bulk
rubbish collections.
It doubles as a piece of sculpture.
UWA architecture, landscape and visual
arts student Tim Delany, who won a council
scholarship to make it, explained his design
and the concept to Jolimont Primary School
students, many of whom have planted native
species in the area.
Its designed to meet the needs of the insects, he said.
We wanted to concentrate on native pollinators, bees and wasps.
Holes were drilled into the wooden structure
to appeal to different species of bees and wasps
that like to burrow and lay eggs.
This is also expected to attract other wildlife,
including the rainbow bee-eater, a bird that
migrates to the reserve from as far away as
the Northern Territory and Papa New Guinea.
Subiaco mayor Heather Henderson said the
project was one of several schemes supporting and protecting wildlife and their habitat.
We are not aware of any other council in
WA to create an insect hotel, she said.

Claremont gets fruity


Claremont council has signed up for fruit
deliveries for its workers.
Eastern states firm Fruit at Work got $484 in
May for providing bananas, kiwifruit, apples,
mandarins and oranges.
Staff not at council HQ in Stirling Highway
spent another $112 on fruit from Jacks in
Claremont Quarter during the month.
In July last year, Claremont spent $259 on
fruit for workers.
On the firms website, founder Wendy
Visontay said she used to supply thousands
of offices in Sydney with chips, chocolates,
biscuits and soft drinks.
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Amendment 31
needs scrutiny

Third parties should be able to


appeal against developments

My confidence in Cambridge
councillors is waning by the day.
The Cardno traffic report
underpinned the modified
Amendment 31 and now it seems
that the Transcore review of that
Cardno traffic report has shown
fundamental errors.
I hope the WA Planning
Commission will discount the
weight given to the Cardno report in light of the Transcore
review.
The WAPC needs to scrutinise
Amendment 31 and if it is found
to be flawed, then it should
reject it.
Je Dawkins
Warreen Place, City Beach

David Caddy (Letters, POST,


August 8) stops short of the real
issue in saying decision makers
have to comply with the law.
The trouble is, someone has
to make them comply.
The potential legal costs of
complaining about an unlawful
development decision to the
Supreme Court are prohibitive,
for most.
Furthermore, you can comply
with the law but still breach
planning policies, which are
about merits, rather than legality.
The only person who can
appeal against the merits of a
development decision to the
SAT is the proponent of the
development who is refused, or
who objects to one or more of
the conditions on an approval.
Third parties such as an affected neighbour have no right
of appeal to the SAT.
Democracy can be served only
by giving a right of appeal to
people affected by a development decision, whoever makes it.
Furthermore, third party appeal rights are the only way of
making a legal nexus between
planning policies and development decisions.
Few people understand the
significance of the absence of
third-party appeal rights, until
confronted with an unmeritorious development decision, which
impacts on them or their locality.
When they complain in the
media (all they have got), the
developer and politicians/councillors resort to NIMBY name
calling, when there is no rational
argument to support departure
from the planning policies that
ought to have influenced the
development decision.

Mundaring reader Karena Holden sent in this photo of Subiaco councils parklet, in Hay Street. When she first saw it, on her way to the
bank, a man was sitting in it, eating an orange and enjoying a spot
of people-watching. But on my return, I saw a big mess, she said.
There was rubbish and orange peel all over the fake lawn. Karena
said while the parklet idea was lovely, it was common sense that every
park, no matter how tiny, really needed a bin.

Let me tell planning students about DAPs


David Caddy and Gail
McGowan (Letters, POST, August
8) defend development assessment panels (DAPs) but omit
confronting what is causing
disquiet among us revolting
peasants.
Does Mr Caddy tell UWA
students that DAP members
exercise subjective and discretionary powers (designed
for and previously exercised
by councillors) such that even
objectively measured scheme
requirements are disregarded?
Or that state planning policies are used to justify ignoring
schemes, in contradiction of the
planning hierarchy?
Does he tell them DAPS are
unaccountable for approvals
because, even if council or a
neighbour considers the scheme
has not been honoured, no merit
appeal is available?
Ms McGowan mentioned the
State Administrative Tribunal
could allow interventions when

a developer appealed (unlike


peasants, they can appeal).
But the SAT rarely does allow
intervention, and quickly pushes
matters into confidential mediation, resulting in interested
parties being locked out.
Even with appeal rights, DAPs
should be scrapped.
A degree does not qualify
anyone to decide the subjective elements of an application
against a communitys planning
scheme and policies; only an
election does.

I would be happy to speak


to UWA students to balance
their education by explaining
our states planning system
from the point of view of the 16
property owners in Catherine
Street, Subiaco, who have experienced first hand the DAP,
the SAT and the exercise of
ministerial power to avoid our
communitys expectations and
planning scheme.
Angela Hamersley
Catherine Street, Subiaco

Good council is working well


Ive attended Cambridge
council meetings and have seen
the way Keri Shannon and her
supporters behave.
I have been disgusted by
this groups personal attacks
on mayor Simon Withers,
councillors and staff, and Ive
been gobsmacked by their
scaremongering.

Heaven help us if they get


control of Cambridge.
Weve got a good council making good decisions for the whole
community, and I strongly urge
Wembley and West Leederville
residents and ratepayers to
make sure this group is not
elected.
Pamela van der Meulen
Jukes Way, Wembley

With third-party appeal rights,


workloads for government planners would be significantly
lower, and sustainable development that accords with our
carefully-thought-out planning
policies would promote a better
environment for us all.
WALGA has rejected the idea
of third-party appeal rights in
the past.
Councils complain about DAP
decisions because, as third parties, they cannot appeal.
But councils will not have
third-party appeal rights against
council development decisions.
It is the rooster coming home
to roost.
Sandy Boulter
Millers Court, Cottesloe

Let bikes on
to footpaths
Re Roundabouts unsafe
for cyclists (Letters, POST,
August 8).
It is becoming quite tiresome
to read the lamentations of bike
riders and the hazards that they
face on the road.
A possible, inexpensive and
safer solution would be to widen
all footpaths in each council
area by one slab and allow them
to be shared by cyclists and the
few pedestrians who use them.
If everybody then observes
the road rules, and cyclists and
pedestrians look both ways before crossing roads, car drivers
wont be endlessly blamed for
merely following the road rules
and bike riders will avoid collisions at roundabouts.
Glenys Faye Gibbs
Webster Street, Nedlands
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Cotts airtight
home a WA first
By RHIANNON SHINE
Cottesloes sea breeze wont
worry the owner of WAs first
airtight house.
The Passivhaus, in Webb
Street, is due to be completed by
Christmas and has already broken
international records.
Passivhaus, or passive house,
was developed in Germany in the
early 1990s and is now the fastest growing energy performance
standard in the world.
A Passivhaus building works
around three main principles: a
high level of airtightness, excellent thermal performance and
mechanical ventilation.
Passivhaus certification will
guarantee the home uses just
10% of the energy of a typical
Australian home.
The Webb Street home, owned by
an eye-surgeon with four teenage
daughters, will have six bedrooms,
four bathrooms, a library, a sixlevel lift and a roof terrace.
The owners twin brother is
head of the Canadian Passivhaus
Institute and recommended the
contemporary design to him.
Nedlands-based Consortium
Builders has brought the house
from ground level to lock-up in
six weeks and it is now being fitted with plumbing and electrics.
Builder and environmental
engineer Andrew Abercromby
said a combination of high insulation, a heat recovery system and
a near-airtight house achieved
year-round comfort.
We had to conduct a blower
test at lock-up by pressurising the
house and measuring the rate of
air leakage, Mr Abercromby said.

He said the typical Australian


house leaked about 15 volumes
of air per hour, while European
standards required less than 1.5
volumes and the Passivhaus target
was 0.6.
The Cottesloe Passivhaus was
recently tested by an independent
international specialist and set
an Australian and New Zealand
record of 0.25.
This is 50 times more airtight
than most Australian homes, Mr
Abercromby said.
And we were surprised by
the enthusiasm from experts
in Germany, Canada and New
Zealand.
He said Passivhaus was the way
of the future.
While Passivhaus is not for everyone, interest is growing rapidly
for the ultra-comfort, low-energy,
rapid-construction and easymaintenance benefits, he said.
To date, Passivhaus buildings
have been designed and built in
every European country, Australia,
China, Japan, Canada the US and
South America.
The home will require a final
blower test by a Passivhaus
Institute certifier to achieve full
certification.

Taste of Korea
A Korean festival is scheduled
for UWA next Wednesday.
There will be K-pop dance performances, traditional dance and
music, Korean costumes to try on,
and Korean food to eat.
The free festival, on Oak Lawn,
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Mosman hears from


both sides of fence

By DAVID HUDLESTON

Mosman Park councillors


were split over a proposal to
remove a temporary fence
around a bush block between
Fairbairn Street homes and
the river.
Corporate and technical services committee acting chair
Jenna Ledgerwood used her
casting vote on Tuesday night
to ram through a recommendation to remove just one side of
the fence in front of the homes.
Other councillors also
wanted the fence on river side
of the bush block ripped up
while leaving the other two
sides to keep out dogs and
children on bikes.
The temporary fence was
erected in 2009 to protect the
block while new plants grew.
A staff report to the committee said the ring-lock fence
was in poor condition.
Neighbours say the yellowcapped steel picket fence is
an eyesore, looks like a big
chicken pen and want it gone.
But in an email to the
council, Friends of Mosman

Councillors have recommended the western fence (left) remain while


the fence along Fairbairn Street (right) be removed.
Park Bushland convener Sue
Conlon said she wanted it to
stay because the bush was
home to rainbow bee-eaters,
that migrated there each
year from the Kimberley, the
Burtons legless lizard and a
species of ctenotus lizard.
The birds built their ground
tunnel nests inside the fence,
which kept out dogs, she said.
North ward councillor Zenda
Johnson argued that both
sides of the fence should be
removed because that was
what residents had been told.

This was put in six years


ago as a temporary fence with
a sign for all the world to see
that said when the plants had
grown it would be removed,
she said.
She said the staff report
said both fences could go but
recommended only one fence
should go.
CEO Kevin Poynton said
doing it incrementally would
allow the bush to be monitored
and would keep the opposing
parties happy.
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Subi rushes a new image


By LLOYD GORMAN

Subiaco council is rushing


to develop a new image for its
CBD as an enjoyable place to
shop, visit and relax.

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The council is asking consultants to develop a brand


identity made up of a name,
logo and hashtag for the
Subiaco city centre, which it
defines as Rokeby Road, Hay
Street and Station Square.
Firms bidding for the contract will be asked to come up
with three concept designs.
Recently the city has undertaken significant market
research into various aspects
of the town centre, the tender
document states.
A recurring theme from this
research is that the Subiaco
town centre lacks a strong
identity and a new strategic
marketing vision needs to be
developed.
There is a need for a new
brand narrative that defines
and promotes consistent values, a unique selling point, and
a competitive position for the
Subiaco town centre.
An overall negative perception of the economic position
of the retail and hospitality

industries in Subiaco has developed, and businesses are


looking for immediate changes
to be undertaken to improve
the look, feel and reputation
of the town centre.
Subiaco said it wanted
branding that was simple,
versatile and timeless, memorable and easily recognised
by Subiaco residents, workers
and visitors.
The city centre was a wellknown retail, hospitality
and entertainment precinct,
Subiaco said, but the number
of visitors was decreasing.
A key priority for the city of
Subiaco is collaboration with
the local business community
to increase foot traffic and enhance the visitor experience
in Subiaco, the council said.
Tenders closed on Tuesday,
August 11, and a contractor
will be picked within a week.
The selected firm will then
present three creative concepts at a series of workshops
with councillors, staff and
other interested parties on
August 24, and immediately
begin to polish the ideas.
It is likely the new business
lobby, Subiaco Town Centre
Network, will have a say in the

choice of a new brand.


In late September or early
October the contractor will
again make up to three presentations of a new brand identity.
Subiaco CEO Ian Hill said
the timeframe was deliberately tight.
Thats the intention, to
move quite quickly and because of Markets on Rokeby
the timing is right for us to
move in parallel with that,
Mr Hill said.
We are looking at an
October opening for that,
and this work will coincide
with that.
The timing with Markets on
Rokeby is just about perfect.
People have long recognised
Subiaco as being the home
of some of the metropolitan
areas top markets and thats
been a big attraction.
With the change with the
Pavilion Markets and Station
Street Markets, the commencement of Markets on Rokeby,
the timing, is just right.
Hedley Missell, a director of
Venn Property Group, which
is behind the new markets,
confirmed they would open
in mid to late October.

POST, August 15, 2015 Page 15

Professor praises $1billion boost for research


The director of WAs top adult
medical research institute
in Nedlands has praised the
establishment of the Medical
Research Future Fund.
The legislation passed
through federal parliament on
Wednesday.
Professor Peter Leedman, from
the Harry Perkins Institute of
Medical Research, said the fund
would deliver more than $1billion to medical research within
the next 10 years, a doubling of
federal investment.

This is a transformational and


landmark event in the history of
medical research in Australia,
he said.
It is essential that we have
adequate support for our dedicated researchers to take their
work well beyond just the next
grant cycle.
It is accepted internationally
that a major foundation for an excellent, high-quality health- care
system is a robust and sustainable medical research industry.
Vibrant health and medical
research cultures within hos-

pitals and primary care lead to


great medicine, with the best
outcomes.
With the establishment of
the Medical Research Future
Fund, we have an extraordinary
opportunity to foster this across
the entire sector.
Professor Leedman said it
was a very stimulating time for
medical research as new technologies, such as genomics, were
revolutionising how researchers
made discoveries and advanced
these findings at a more rapid
rate than before.

The next few years will be an


exciting time for Australian science as we, including the Perkins,
embrace the technology and
apply it to more rapidly develop
new ways to better diagnose and
treat human disease, he said.
We will work towards introducing precision medicine.
Professor Leedman said survival rates for many cancers
had improved as a direct consequence of medical research for
example, the cervical cancer
vaccine and advances in the
treatment of breast cancer and

melanoma.
But for some cancers, such as
liver, pancreatic and some types
of breast cancer, the prognosis
remained poor, and it was these
tumours that the Perkins was
very interested in.
We hope that the MRFF will
also help Australian researchers
make major advances in cardiovascular disease and diabetes,
including heart attacks, stroke
and blood vessel diseases, which
remain the main cause of death
in Australia for both men and
women, he said.

Try your
you hand in top labs
Next Saturday the Harry
Perkins Institute of Medical
Research will open its doors
to the public for the first time
to celebrate National Science
Week.

Science in action Adults and older children can experience hands-on science in the Harry Perkins Institute
labs next Saturday.

This is a rare opportunity for


everybody in the community to
experience our scientists work
tackling cancers, heart attack,
stroke, diabetes and other serious diseases, institute director
Professor Peter Leedman said.
We really want to engage
people so they understand
more about medical research,
and the open day will allow the
community to get hands-on in
our labs and meet the scientists
who are driving our discoveries
and delivering hope to patients
and their families.
Visitors can listen to talks
about the latest research
in the buildings McCusker
Auditorium. The presentations
will run every 40 minutes from
10.10am until 3pm.
A series of guided tours by
medical researchers will take
visitors through exhibitions.
These offer a visual history

of medical research, from the


discovery of penicillin to a
chronicle of Australian Nobel
Prize laureates.
Four-metre double-sided LED
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microscopic cell images with an
accompanying interactive iPad
app describing the research
involved in creating the image.
Researchers will also take
visitors through the state ofthe-art laboratories to increase
understanding of the institutes
intricate work on conditions like
cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular
and neuromuscular diseases.
Hands-on laboratory activities
will be held in the Lotterywest
BioDiscovery Centre, providing
a chance to wear a lab coat and
stain a cancer cell.
The event is free and suitable for adults and older children. Flat-covered footwear is
recommended for entry to the
laboratories. The cafe will be
open for business.
Paid parking is available at
carpark 3A, 7 and 7B, off Monash
Avenue in Nedlands.
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Time for DAPs to come


The Metro West Development Assessment Panel
(DAP) has met 103 times since DAPs were set up in
2011, often attracting criticism from the community.
Is it time for a review of the planning system?
POST reporter LLOYD GORMAN has attended most
DAP meetings in the western suburbs. He writes:
When Planning Minister
John Day introduced DAPs
on July 1, 2011, he said they
would streamline the planning process, make the system
more flexible and be more
transparent.
From day one, DAPs at least
in the western suburbs have had
a rocky and tricky track record.
The very day they began, a
local developer lodged plans
for a $45million six-storey office
block with parking for 187 cars
in Seddon Street, Subiaco.
It took three attempts for that
application to get to a DAP meeting because of site problems.
The developer withdrew it
later that year.
This was more than just teething problems for the new planning system.
Three years later, the same
developer returned to the DAP
with plans for an eight-storey
$60million office block on the
same site.
Despite strong opposition
from Subiaco council and the
community, the DAP approved
this application in April 2014.
Then the developer asked for a
further two-year extension of the
projects building approval (they
expire after two years), saying
they needed to coordinate this
project with another massive

one proposed for the block next


door: Subigates $120million
16-storey redevelopment of the
old Pavilion market site.
The DAP had approved this
tower in February that year,
again despite stiff council and
community opposition.
Even DAP member Malcolm
Mackay, wearing his other hat
as a planning representative of
the Seddon Street developer,
called Subigates approval by
the DAP the worst planning
decision in the history of WA .
It had taken Subigate a
consortium led by Sydney developer Ian Day several years of
pushing to get the $120million
redevelopment plan through to
approval.
Even when the DAP had
signed off on the plans, Subigate
went straight to the State
Administrative Tribunal to
appeal against most of the 39
conditions of approval the DAP
had imposed.
The extent of that appeal
became public knowledge only
this week at a Subiaco council
meeting, and neighbouring
residents who feared their
heritage homes were at risk of
being damaged are still very
worried.
Elsewhere in Subiaco, another
developer is trying to on-sell
(flip, in market parlance)

Reverend George Davies took a megaphone to Northwood Street to get


the message over to would-be buyers that neighbours were vehemently
opposed to the multi-storey development they said would spoil the enjoyment of their homes.
another DAP-approved rede- redevelopment of a single-storey
velopment that went on sale a building on the corner of Forrest
and Rowland streets, but this apfew weeks ago.
Subiaco council had previ- proval had lapsed at least once.
It had then been referred to
ously approved a six-storey

the DAP, which, in March 2014,


initially knocked back the design, by Jolimont architect Ian
Oldfield, because of its height.
The 306sq.m site is now for
sale with planning approval for
a five-storey mixed-use building.
But the buyer will have to
demolish the existing purplepainted brick building and get
building works significantly
under way before March next
year, when its approval expires.
These are a small selection of
DAP applications in Subiaco,
but there are many more in the
area and beyond it, and more in
the pipeline.
In many cases, DAP applications generate heat and friction
with neighbours and the community, a phenomenon that is
spreading across the metropolitan area as DAPs approve highrise buildings in single-storey
or low-density areas that local
councils cannot approve, and
probably would not have done.
DAPs are coming under increasing scrutiny.
A parliamentary inquiry into
the system is under way and has
called before it a broad range of
people, from affected residents
to developers groups, former
and current DAP chairmen and
planning officers.
But it can only assess the
effectiveness and workings of
the DAPs and report back to
the government later this year.
It does not have the power
to abolish them, as speakers
including Nedlands mayor
Max Hipkins, UWA professor
and a former DAP chairman
Nial Kiely, Local Government
Planners Association president
Ian MacCrae, WALGA have
suggested.

POST, August 15, 2015 Page 17

under the spotlight


This has also been the suggestion of every resident who
has addressed the inquiry.
Even with its limited powrers, the inquiry, headed by
rKate Doust MLC, should call
before it Planning Minister
John Day to hear his account
of the DAPs.
t Members of the inquiry
should attend at least one DAP
tmeeting to see how it operates.
And the State Administrative
fTribunal should also be called
to answer questions.
Developers appeals to the
SAT have resulted in secret
approvals, the inquiry has
heard from several speakers.
The SATs one-page, foursentence submission to the
inquiry saying it does everything according to normal
procedure clearly does not
ycut the mustard as far as any
kind of accountability goes.
The SAT is an arm of the
Supreme Court, and justice
needs to be seen to be done
and the letter and spirit of the
law followed.
On the face of it, even develfopers should react badly to the
DAPs they add another layer
rof bureaucracy to the planning
system, cost more money and
take longer to get decisions.
And in 95% of cases, DAPs
fsupport recommendations
made to them in Responsible
Authority Reports, which are
rdrawn up by council staff on
behalf of DAPs.
r But for all that, big builders
rare gushing about the new system and would hardly change
ta thing, the parliamentary
tinquiry has been told.
The five-person DAPs comprise five members: three
with planning or similar
expertise who are appointed
by the Planning Minister as
independent experts, and two
councillors from the area in
which a project is planned.
Local communities are
always on the back foot, with
DAP councillor members
almost always over-ruled by
the experts, who are always
in the majority.
Even having two councillors
on the DAP is no guarantee
that local interests will be
defended.
While councils nominate
councillors for the DAP, they
are not representatives of their
councils, and are not bound
by previous council decisions
about a development.
They can vote as they wish.
Subiaco councillor Murray
Rowe, for example, voted for
the Subigate redevelopment
of the Pavilion Market in
February, while his fellow
councillor Paul Clements voted
against it.
Some people in the community, and on Subiaco council,
felt betrayed by Mr Rowes
endorsement of the unpopu-

The community
is always on the
back foot, with
councillors almost
always over-ruled
by the experts.

Work has started on the apartment


block in Northwood Street, West
Leederville against which Rev.
Davies campaigned (opposite).
lar plan, and it was arguably
because of this that his fellow
councillors did not nominate
him again when his term on
the DAP expired.
DAPs were meant to remove
political influence from planning and bring a more professional approach, but even that
can be seriously challenged.
DAP members can say as
much or as little as they like
in support, or against, an application, leaving room for a
horse and carriage to be driven
between different opinions
and reasons for a decision.
Last December, a POST
reporter found himself sitting
among a big group of developers, planners and consultants waiting to present their
projects to Subiaco councils
design review panel, which
was meeting the backers of

the Pavilion Market site.


The reporter listened as the
developers opened up and
talked freely.
This was when it looked
almost certain that Subiaco
council would be taken over by
Cambridge, and the developers were not slow to criticise
Subiaco council and say small
councils like it should be done
away with so they could get on
with what they did.
In private, they showed no
respect for existing planning
controls and systems run by
councils, and, by extension, no
respect for the communities
they serve.
They even jokingly linked
senior state government ministers to local redevelopment
projects.
Planning Minister John Day
is actively driving reforms to
WAs planning systems, mainly
in favour of property developers, and the DAPs are one way
in which he is doing that.
The DAPs are directly answerable to only one authority: him.
But dont expect the Labor
Party to offer much contrast.
The Opposition likes DAPs and
would be unlikely to do much
to change them if in power.
Instead of a parliamentary inquiry into DAPs, there
should perhaps be a royal
commission into WAs planning system.
DAPs would be scrutinised,
and so, too, should councils
and, more particularly, the
Metropolitan Redevelopment
Authority and bodies like the
Statutory Planning Committee
inside the WA Planning
Commission, all of which make
important decisions in secret
meetings.

The Wedge (left), on the corner of Bagot and Railway roads, Subiaco,
and 110 Cambridge Street, West Leederville (right) were turned down at
public meetings of the DAP in 2012 but later approved at secret meetings
of the developer and the DAP, under the aegis of an appeal to the State
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The most recent controversy
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DAP system at a public rally in
South Perth last month (POST
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He told the meeting there
was no requirement for a DAP
to either adhere to or show
regard for either state or local
planning policies.
Both Ms McGowan and Mr
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My students, past and present, would be aghast at this
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But Mr Walsh hit back this
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Town planning lawyer Sandra
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Expert says Wedges


OK not DAPs to give
By LLOYD GORMAN
A development assessment
panel (DAP) was not the
right authority to have approved the four-storey office
block next to King Edward
Memorial Hospital for Women,
in Subiaco.
This was what Shenton Park
planning expert Neil Foley told
a recent hearing of the parliamentary inquiry into DAPs.
Mr Foley said that because of
the zoning of the site, on the corner of Bagot and Railway roads,
it had been inappropriate for a
DAP to OK the $18.5million office
Planning expert Neil Foley said the Wedge sites zoning meant the DAP building, dubbed the Wedge.
had no authority to approve the building.

Mr Foley said the land had


been reserved as use for public
purpose hospital in the 1963
Metropolitan Region Scheme.
The WA Planning Commission
has 100% development control
over reserved land, but that
had not been the case in this
instance.
For the DAPs to be making
decisions on reserved land is
inappropriate, he said.
Mr Foley is also a professor of
urban and regional planning at
UWA and has been chairman of
two DAPs.
It should have gone through
a scheme amendment first, he
said.
Local people missed out on

the opportunity to comment on


what sort of uses should go on
that land, because the council
opposed that, but it was still
approved.
In 2011, West Perth developers
Blackburne applied to the newly
established DAP for approval to
knock over five one-storey homes
and a shop on the site and build
a four-storey building with more
than 5000sq.m of office space and
two levels of parking.
It was the first commercial
office building for Blackburne,
which develops apartment
complexs.
At the DAP meeting, the DAPs
Please turn to page 76

Brothers illness a catalyst for study


By RHIANNON SHINE
When Cyndi Shannon
Weickerts twin brother was
diagnosed with schizophrenia
when he was 17, it was the first
time she had heard the word.
She grew up in the US alongside him, shared teachers and
friends, played baseball and
went on holidays.
She said they had both been
intelligent children, but once
the teenage years hit, something
changed.
I remember that while I
was socialising and partying,
my brother was starting to
withdraw, Professor Shannon
Weickert said.
We were both very academic
over-achievers and competed

for the top grades in school, but


then I noticed his grades were
slipping.
He got worse. He withdrew
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He would listen to Beatles
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messages for him.
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Shannon Weickert decided: I
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because I gotta find out whats
wrong with his brain.
I knew I wanted to help my
brother, because the medicines
that were available to him at the
time were terrible.
Now a world-leading neurologist, Professor Shannon Weickert
moved to Australia from the US

eight years ago when she was invited to lead a top schizophrenia
program in Sydney.
Last week, she gave a public lecture at Christ Church
Grammar School, in Claremont,
about her latest research and
her personal experience with
schizophrenia.
My aim is to discover biological subsets of schizophrenia so that we can target novel
therapeutics by re-purposing
available drugs that are already
known to be safe for other diseases, she said.
My aim is to apply what we
know, or what we have learnt
so far, and just test if its going
to be of benefit.
She said a range of people
attended her lectures, from

those personally affected by


schizophrenia to those who
were simply interested in the
human brain.
There is a lot of intrigue in
the human brain, she said.
If you think about it, it may be
one of the most complex organs
on the planet.
Professor Shannon Weickerts
lecture was organised by mental
health awareness group Meeting
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Details about the groups
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RIGHT: Professor Shannon


Weickert made it her life mission
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Five easy steps for developers

DAPs: the state governments


flawed planning mechanism
Gail McGowan (DAPs strike
balance between expertise and
local knowledge, Letters, POST,
August 8) parrots the governments planning propaganda.
She says all development assessment panel DAP decisions
must be in accordance with
local government planning
schemes, state planning policies
and sound planning principles.
Wrong: every decision ever
made by DAPs has over-ruled
local government planning
schemes.
As Cottesloe resident Jack
Walsh said in the POST report,
DAPs are not required to either
adhere to or show regard for
either local or state planning
policies.
Ms McGowan says the DAP
system ensures challenging and
complex planning decisions are
determined in an independent
manner.
Wrong: there is no independence.
DAPs are the WA Liberal
governments rubber stamp for
non-compliant developments.
She says the community
does not have a right to apply
for merit reviews against DAP
decisions, but can apply for a
judicial review to the Supreme
Court of WA.
Double standards: developers
have the right of appeal all the
way to the SAT, but councils
and communities do not.
Residents who adjoin a development can go to the Supreme
Court, but this will incur considerable costs.
DAPs are designed to be
biased, with two local government representatives never able
to defeat the three Ministerappointed independent ex-

perts who, incidentally, never


speak out against the hand that
feeds them (ie, developers and
the state government).
In short, DAPs are the governments flawed planning
mechanism that ensure developers bypass councils and deny
residents a voice in how their
communities develop.
I recently attended an international planning conference
where every speaker advocated
citizen/local government partnerships to ensure best planning
outcomes, something the state
government dismisses.
Once again, the state government is out of step with global
best practice.
Sally Pyvis
Stanhope Street, Cottesloe

Peppermint Grove councillor


Charlie Hohnen enjoyed a great
read at Kings Cascades on the
Prince Regent River, north of
Derby, after a 13-day walk with
friends. From Pantijan airstrip
they followed the Sale and Calder rivers and then Camp Creek
through the Prince Regent Nature
Reserve.

DAP rules allow planning


policies to be ignored
In reply to my comments in
the report, Dodgy DAP system slammed (POST, August
1), David Caddy told us of his
UWA credentials but he didnt
mention if he was executive
chairman of statutory planning
at The Planning Group (TPG),
who has represented developers applications at development
assessment panels (DAPs) on at
least 10 occasions in 10 different
jurisdictions.
I believe that since their inception, the DAPS have approved
100% of development applications, some after appeal, which
may explain Mr Caddys interest
in defending them.
It also shows why there is a
large wave of disquiet building,
as evidenced by a recent metropolitan community meeting
addressed by leaders from 10

local government areas worried


about DAP decisions.
While it would be difficult to
rack up as many DAP appearances as Mr Caddy, I have attended six DAP meetings and am
well aware of the proceedings.
Mr Caddy says his students
would be aghast at my quoted
statement: There is no requirement for a DAP to either adhere
to or show regard for either local
or state planning policies.
I point out it is a direct quote
from Development Assessment
Panel Training Notes, section
4.5.2, Role of Policy.
Mr Caddy should be assured
that my agenda as an elected
council member is to be open
and accountable at all times
and to tell it like it is.
Jack Walsh
Grant Street, Cottesloe

David Caddy (DAPS, SAT


must stick to local and state
planning policies, Letters,
POST, August 8), I would appreciate your providing evidence
of development applications
that support your statement:
When a DAP considers an application, or the SAT reviews
an application, it is standing in
the shoes of the council and can
only exercise those discretions
that would be available to the
council.
There are at least 15 DAPaffected communities in metropolitan Perth who say the
rules are ignored in favour of
developers in five easy steps.
1. Put in an ambit claim (to
build 87 units on a site zoned

for 24 units in Alfred Cove).


2. Get a refusal from the council and the DAP.
3. Go to the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT).
4. Mediate an outcome in
secret (build 84 units instead
of 87 units).
5. The DAP holds a public
meeting and approves the noncomplying development.
However, there is agreement
with your statement that: Local
governments must have due
regard to the provisions of state
planning policies when making
decisions on planning matters.
I look forward to your reply.
Julie Matheson
Subiaco councillor

Is ethnicity relevant?
Your lead report in the August
8 edition (Strong Rayney leads)
refers to two suspects in the
Rayney case, who are said to be
associated with a group, some of
whom are highlighted as being
indigenous.
I read the rest of the paper
trying to find examples where
the POST had explicitly linked
anybody at all to a group of
caucasians.
But, of course, there arent any.
It is only when somebody is
indigenous, or knows someone
indigenous, that you choose to go
out of your way to identify their
race as if it were a relevant or
defining characteristic in rela-

tion to criminal acts.


I doubt your reporter, Bret
Christian, is unaware of the unconscious bias that perpetuates
generalised racist attitudes to
indigenous Australians, but if he
is, then I can only say ignorance
is no excuse.
The POST needs to raise its
game.
Peter Metcalfe
The reporting rule is that ethnicity is
reported only when it is vital, relevant
and unavoidable, such as the description of a suspect or a missing person.
Such was the case in this report, as was
clear from the paragraph immediately
following. Bret Christian

Interest rate is extortion


My bridge club friend Bessie
asks: How can councils charge
more than 11% interest if we
choose to pay our rates in instalments?
Her pottery pal, Cynthia, lives
in Swan council, where you can
win a car if you pay your rates
in full.

We know councils want to get


our money ASAP, but does acting like Sale of the Century, and
charging extortionate interest,
really help?
Mercy Stone
Stirling Highway, Claremont
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UWA gets fast food


Fast-food outlets Subway
and Boost will open outlets
at UWAs Crawley campus in
spring.
Construction is under way in
the refectory, popularly known
as the ref by staff and students.
The outlets will operate independently and stay open when
the ref is closed.
UWA Student Guild president
Lizzy OShea said the changes
were the result of a catering
review by the guild, which runs
most of the college eateries.
This review identified that

Dry July flowers


for cancer patients

the model that would have the


greatest benefit to students and
the wider community would be
guild-run cafes alongside guildmanaged independent catering
options, Ms OShea said.
She said they were considering dedicated halal outlets, had
upgraded the historic Hackett
Cafe, tested new menus and
even offered 24-hour breakfast
and dinner options during the
recent exam period.
Ms OShea said all revenue
supported student services and
facilities on campus.

Dry July beneficiary manager Kate Wilson, left, SolarisCare founder David Joske and SolarisCare volunteer
Veronica Watson enjoying the garden.

Long-term club member and committee member Susan Monger takes


a golf buggy for a spin from the new $100,000 shed.

Plenty in store for golfers


Mosman Park Golf Club last
week opened its $100,000 cart
storage shed.
It was partly funded through a
$25,000 contribution from Mosman
Park council, a donation from the
Australian Sports Foundation,
and about 40 club members.
The new building replaces
the old shed, near the clubs
entrance, which had become an

eyesore because of its dilapidated condition.


The new shed will store members golf equipment and the
clubs small fleet of golf carts.
General manager Tony Howell
said the increased availability
of golf carts would significantly
benefit many of the clubs older
members, enabling them to stay
active longer.

More than a year of planning,


teamwork and elbow grease
has culminated in the opening
of the SolarisCare Community
Garden at Sir Charles Gairdner
Hospital.
More than 50 guests were
at the recent opening of the
rejuvenated space by Alyssa
Hayden, parliamentary secretary
to Health Minister Kim Hames.
Everyone involved should
be extremely proud of the gift
they have given through this
community garden to cancer
patients, families and carers
for many years to come, Ms
Hayden said.
The garden is designed to
give those going through cancer
treatment a place to sit and re-

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positively support the recovery
process.
The renovation of the previously dilapidated space was
made possible through Dry July
fundraising. During 2013 and
2014, supporters raised more
than $250,000 for SolarisCare.
Masters Home Improvement
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with materials and labour while
the John Curtin Leadership
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Dry July is all about making
a difference to adult cancer
patients and this is what this
garden is all about, Dry July
beneficiary manager, Kate
Wilson, said.
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We have a chance to give
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Dr Joskes sentiment was echoed by Sue Hill, the wife of the
late Wayne Hill SolarisCares
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lost his battle with a brain tumour last year.
Wayne absolutely loved
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Nobel Laureate talks


about cellular ageing
Australian-born Nobel
Laureate Elizabeth Blackburn
gave a lecture at UWA last
week on how stress, poverty,
diet, lifestyle and genes made
the bodys cells age rapidly.
Professor Blackburn, who
won the 2009 Nobel Prize for
Physiology or Medicine, was delivering the Lions Eye Institutes
16th annual Ian Constable
Lecture.
She discovered the molecular nature of telomeres, which
are protective DNA-protein
complexes that help stabilise
the bodys genetic information.
Telomeres which can be
compared to the plastic tips
on shoelaces prevent chromosomes from falling apart.
But telomeres shorten every
time a cell divides, and if they
become too short, the cell can
no longer divide leading to
cellular ageing and disease.
Telomere length can be combined with other information to
indicate a persons biological
age better than chronological
age, Professor Blackburn said.
Smoking and obesity have
both been implicated in the
shortening of telomere length
and there is a growing body of
evidence that the stress of living under deprived conditions

can cause telomere shortening


and the early onset of disease.
In her lecture, Implications
of Telomere Maintenance in
Ageing-Related Processes and
Diseases, Professor Blackburn
explored how people could
protect telomere health.
There are ways to protect
telomeres through diet, exercise
and weight and stress reduction, she said.
She is also fascinated with
the physical and mental effects
of stress and the roles stressreduction techniques play in
potentially improving telomeres,
and the health implications
for this.
Research by Professor
Blackburn and her team at the
University of California, San
Francisco, has linked short
telomeres to heart disease, diabetes, cancer, chronic stress and
post-traumatic stress disorder.
Lions Eye Institute managing
director Professor David Mackey
said it was an honour to have
Professor Blackburn presenting this years Ian Constable
Lecture.
It is wonderful to have such
a successful Australian researcher as a role model for our
scientists delivering this years
lecture, he said.

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Howard get their locks trimmed.

Girls lose hair for cancer patients


More than 50 students at
Iona Presentation College had
20cm cut off of their ponytails
on Wednesday to be made
into wigs for people who have
lost their hair during cancer
treatments.
In front of the school assembly, Year 12 student leaders,

Arabella Bargmann, of City


Beach, and Taylah Howard, of
Scarborough, had their hair cut,
to be donated to the Pantene
Beautiful Lengths campaign.
After the assembly, 54 students followed suit and had
their hair cut.
Arabella said their hope was

to make people feel good again


and this was one way they could
make that contribution.
Students who did not have
haircuts raised money in other
ways, such as hair braiding and
via a cake stall.
This money raised will go to
support the WA Cancer Council.

Subiaco station nears million mark


Close to a million people used
Subiaco railway station in the
2013-14 financial year.

Elizabeth Blackburn, David Mackey, Barry Marshall and Ian Constable.


Professors Blackburn and Marshall are both Nobel Laureates

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Parliament this week show that
975,390 passengers got on and
off at Subiacos underground
station.
The figure was 223,313 for

West Leederville station, while


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Karrakatta respectively.
Also on the Fremantle line,
Loch Street had 70,656 passengers, Showgrounds 82,207 and
Claremont 579,729.
Swanbourne had 105,274
boardings, Grant Street 85,036,

Cottesloe 261,865 and Mosman


Park 159,850.
The gures show that Perth
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passengers and Fremantle had
just under half that number.
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Make us all feel


proud, UWA

Set ocean pool at groynes foot


With regard to a Cottesloe
beach pool, I suggest a return
to the old pool area as a site
for a low-impact and manageable option.
It could be situated at the foot
of the groyne, roughly where the
old pool was, with access to the
groyne re-routed to form a low
sea wall to the north-west.
This would create an area of
about 40m by 12m from the old
pool shower to overlooking the
southern reef shelf and Mudurup
Rocks.
It would need to be about 2m
lower than the foot of the groyne
to allow ebb and flow of seawater
from the south.
There could be a wide amphi-

theatre of steps for access from


the north.
It could be designed in keeping with the harsh coastline,
say inspired by the hull of a
wrecked boat filled with water,
lodged between Cottesloe beach,
Mudurup Rocks and the groyne.
There could be a deck rail
walkway around its perimeter,
the bow pointing to the surfers past Mudurup Rocks, with
anchor holes and portholes
allowing wave and tidal flow.
Brass fittings, scalloped edges
and steps could add to the overall sculpture.
Martin Visser
Samson Street, White Gum Valley

Martin Vissers idea for a Cottesloe ocean pool. His location at the base of
the groyne is coloured red, with the path to the groyne diverted around
it slightly to the west. The outline of a pool to the north of the groyne is
the location now being put forward.

Todays planning system has lost the certainty


In their defence of development assessment panels (DAPs),
both Gail McGowan and David
Caddy (Letters, POST, August 8)
conveniently forget that it is possible to give a wide interpretation to discretionary provisions
in local planning schemes and
the residential design codes
when DAPs assume the role
of local government decisionmaker.
The state government requires
that the following clause of the
Model Scheme Text has to be
incorporated in all local planning schemes:
Except for development in
respect of which the residential planning codes apply, if a
development is the subject of
an application for planning approval and does not comply with
a standard or requirement prescribed under the scheme, the
local government may, despite
the non-compliance, approve
the application unconditionally

or subject to such conditions as


the local government thinks fit.
The residential design codes
are not included in the above
exception because they already
contain the option for wide variations when assessment under
design principles is requested.
This requires the exercise
of judgment (discretion) by the
DAP decision-maker, guided
only by general performance
standards.
Yes, all decision-making bodies are required to give due consideration to approved policies
and design principles, but they
are merely guidelines and it is
easy to justify exceptions.
History shows DAPs make
extensive use of discretion far
more than councils would ever
contemplate.
Local government is constrained by accountability to
its community, which doesnt
apply to DAPs.
This encourages developers

to make ambit claims, knowing the State Administrative


Tribunal will seek to mediate
a compromise.
There is no longer any certainty in the planning system.
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This is an open letter to UWA


vice-chancellor Paul Johnson.
I have been watching the
debate regarding bush the
university owns in Underwood
Avenue.
The lovely cockatoos that live
in the bush visit our family home.
They come past only a few
times a year and hang from
native trees on our front lawn.
Our daughters (11 and 14) marvel at their beauty and antics.
They have a unique persona.
It is for this and many other
reasons that I request UWA does
not develop any of their precious
habitat around Underwood
Avenue.
I speak proudly of my time and
degree gained at UWA.
My daughter took me to the
open day last year and is considering studying engineering.
I am a fifth generation Western
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university and heritage.
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protecting this land.
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appears to be making.
I always felt UWA was a creative, intellectual institution that
existed for the benefit of unique
ideas and the protection of our
precious wildlife.
All that you are considering
is being watched by so many
and, as someone who loves my
university, I too would one day
look to giving back.
Please make this an attractive
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One thats resonates with the
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Hollywood first for robotic oral surgery


Ear, nose and throat surgeon
Desmond Wee has broken
new ground in using a robot
for oral surgery at Hollywood
Private Hospital.

Breakthrough Ear, nose and throat surgeon Desmond Wee checks patient
Peter Symonds after his tonsil cancer surgery.

He recently met 56-year-old


Peter Symonds, who had been
diagnosed with tonsil cancer
and fearful of a terminal prognosis.
But after his first visit to
Hollywood, Mr Symonds was
told he was a candidate for less
invasive robotic surgery.
After being diagnosed with
tonsil cancer and hearing my
options for treatment, I was
completely overwhelmed,
he said.
Reading up on cases where
patients had to have their jaw

broken to be able to reach the


cancer was quite scary.
On meeting Mr Wee and
learning I was a candidate for
the surgery with the da Vinci
Xi, I was thrilled.
The complex surgery was
performed in less than three
hours, with Mr Wee first completing the neck dissection then
reconfiguring the da Vinci Xi
to remove the tonsil cancer.
During this procedure, we
were able to successfully address all affected areas, Mr
Wee said.
The da Vinci Xi marks a
significant advance in the
types of services we can offer
to patients who are suffering
from oral cancers.
Mr Symonds did not require

further surgery or chemotherapy.


He still required radiotherapy, but this had been tailored
to reduce toxicity and lessen
his recovery time, Mr Wee said.
This procedure marks the latest advance in robotic-assisted
surgery.
Hollywood was the first hospitalin Australia to use the da
Vinci Xi for trans-oral robotic
surgery and remains the only
hospital in WA to offer the
service.
The da Vinci Xi is the most
advanced surgical robot in
Australia. More capable than
prior generations of the da
Vinci surgical system, it can
be used in a wide range of
minimally invasive surgery.

Students hear of egyptologists life changing discovery


By DAVID COHEN
An accidental discovery led
to a once-in-a-lifetime experience for egyptologist Susanne
Bickel.
Three years ago, Professor
Bickel was working with a team
from the University of Basel,
in Switzerland, when they discovered a 3000-year-old tomb
in Egypts Valley of the Kings.
It was quite sensational and
totally unexpected, she told
students at Methodist Ladies
College.
There was one lady in the coffin: she was a priestess or singer.
The name on the coffin was
Nehmes-Bastet, which means
May the Goddess Bastet protect her.
She was probably in her early
20s, which was about the normal
age for those times.

It was a once-in-a-lifetime
experience.
Professor Bickel enthralled
students with her stories of
clambering into hillside tunnels
to find tombs.
She has been exploring the
Valleys non-royal tombs for seven
years through Basel University.
The non-royal tombs are not
beautiful, she said.
It is probably the reason why
they have been neglected.
The tomb was only the second
found in the Valley of the Kings
since Howard Carter found
Tutenkhamens, in 1922.
Students asked Professor
Bickel about the supposed curse
put on Carter and his team.
That is mainly modern mythology and the film industry,
she said.
Professor Bickel studied Latin
and Greek at school and said she
loved history and ancient history.

I spent half a year with my


parents in London,she said.
My English lessons were next
to the British Museum, and I
became passionate about Egypt.
It is civilisation in a nutshell:
it is 3000 years, but it is so coherent and close.
Professor Bickel said there
were few career opportunities
in egyptology.
My teacher told me, Go
ahead, do it, think of your career
later, she said.
We try to make clear studying a subject in human sciences
gives you many skills, including
writing and dealing with complex situations.
MLC ancient history teacher
Jodie Ford organised Professor
Bickels visit.
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Get set for


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Angies
project
will help
old school

Free running classes start


next Wednesday at Tom Perrott
Reserve in Mosman Park to
prepare entrants for Octobers
Race Around Rottnest.

Angie Boladeras moved to


Presbyterian Ladies College
from Beehive Montessori this
year but didnt forget her old
school when embarking on
her personal project.
As part of the International
Baccalaureates middle years
program, all Year 10 students
must undertake self-directed
projects of their own choice.
Angie remembered her
friends with disabilities at
Beehive and decided to create
a learning tool for them.
Back at my old school there
are two disabled boys I have
known for a long time and I
was talking to their carer about
what they enjoy that is also
educational and I was told that
there was not really anything,
Angie said.
I wanted to create something
they could do in school but also
practise skills like writing and
counting.
With the support of her mentor, an occupational therapist,
Angie thought about what sort
of activities would interest her
target audience and came up
with a learning tool set up like a
toddlers activity cube but with
elements suited to school-age
children.
On one side there is a clock
face with moving hands, on
another there is a whiteboard.
Another is magnetic, the
fourth has an abacus and there
is a bead maze on top.

Time for something new Angie Boladeras with her learning tool for people with disabilities.
With help from the PLC woodworking teacher, she made the
timber cube and then attached
the different elements to it.
She spent time most weekends this year working on her
creation.
It can be for kids of any age
with disabilities because they

can get different things out of


it, Angie said.
The Beehive kids have tried
it but not as a complete activity, so I am really excited about
showing them.
Angie planned to donate her
project to Beehive Montessori.
The Peppermint Grove

schools Personal Project


Exhibition was the culmination
of months of hard work, starting
at the end of Year 9 until term
3 of Year 10.
Students had to come up with
their own topic, research it, produce their project, and write a
report reflecting on the process.

The race, on Saturday, October


17, involves four challenging
legs: a run, cycle, swim and
an optional paddle on a ski or
stand-up paddle board.
Participants can compete
individually or in teams. This
year there is also the option of
an Olympic distance triathlon.
Alison Davis, CEO of race
beneficiary Autism West, said
the race would raise awareness
and funds to provide families
with the practical and emotional
support and tools they needed to
help their children reach their
full potential and integrate into
the community.
The money raised will assist
us in helping the many families
affected by autism in the WA
community, Ms Davis said.
Autism West will be entering
a number of teams and is working closely with Fifth Element
Fitness to ensure they are fully
prepared.
Fifth Element Fitness will
provide free running classes
on Wednesdays at 6.15pm and
Saturdays at 8am from Tom
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Friendliness
impresses
Perths friendly bus drivers
have made an impression on
eight Chinese exchange students.
In China, we never say hello or
thank you to bus drivers, Susie
Zhou (13) said.
They are very friendly here;
its really impressive.
Susie and seven girls from
Huijia School, in Beijing, are at
Presbyterian Ladies College for
two weeks.
With their PLC buddies and they
have been to the Aquarium of WA
and Cottesloe beach, held koalas,
and seen kangaroos.

LEFT: Foreign friends Chinese students and their PLC mates


at Presbyterian Ladies College.
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Pensioners to cough up extra $2.5m in rates


By DAVID COHEN
Local pensioners are set
to pay $2.5million more in
council rates in the 2016-17
financial year.
The state government will
cap the pensioner rate rebate
at $550, instead of the 50%
discount.
Claremont CEO Stephen
Goode said about 625 people
with an average rate bill of $2011
would be affected by the cap.
With the new capping they
will only be able to claim $550,
which will mean they will be
paying an additional $450 themselves, Mr Goode said.
The Claremont ratepayers
will be out of pocket by $281,250.
A Nedlands spokeswoman
said the amount would be

$908,866, based on 2015 assessments.


In Mosman Park, the estimated amount would be $108,000,
based on 240 properties.
Peppermint Grove ratepayers
would have to find $27,742, according to CEO John Merrick.
A Subiaco spokeswoman said
812 ratepayers claimed the 50%
rebate in 2014-15, which was
worth $590,982.
The spokeswoman said about
500 pensioners would be affected next financial year.
Cambridge CEO Jason Buckley
said 1349 properties were eligible for the cap in 2014-15.
Of the 1349 properties, 1066
will be affected by the $550 cap
being introduced by the state
government, he said.
The 1066 properties will
exceed the $550 cap by a total

The amount for the seven


western suburbs councils will
be $2,504,621.
Seniors Minister Tony
Simpson said WAs seniors
were expected to increase from
458,000 now to 865,000 in 20 years.
He said state government
expenditure on concessions for
seniors was not sustainable in
its present form.
The eligible age for WA
Seniors Card holders will be
increased from 60 to 65 by
2023-24.
From last week, 61 became
the age to qualify.
Other Budget decisions
included means-testing of the
energy assistance payment
(cost-of-living allowance), which
provides a rebate on electricity
charges from July 1, and a cap
of $600 to be applied to the 50%

rebate available to pensioners


for their water service charge
from 2016-17.
Other decisions included
extending free public transport
for WA Seniors Card holders,
pensioners and carers to include
free travel after 7pm every night
and before 6am each weekday
morning.

Kiss costs $1.5m


A kiss-and-ride school dropoff zone costing $1.5million is
proposed for North Cottesloe
Primary School.
The run-in, opposite the
school in Railway Street, will
be built by state Main Roads
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Cottesloe CEO Mat Humfrey
said the town had 379 properties
owned by eligible pensioners.
Only 54 of these received a
rebate below the capped level.
If all of these properties
opted to continue to receive
the rebate, the net reduction
in benefit (based on the current
year) would be $137,374 at an
average of $422 per property,
Mr Humfrey said.
He said the statistics should
be used cautiously.
Eligible pensioners have a
second option for their rates,
which is to defer them, he said.
A change in the level of rebate offered will likely affect the
numbers of people who choose
to defer their rates as opposed
to paying the rates when due
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Drive-through, no-pay

Man demanded restaurant cash

The thief stopped at the


drive-through bottleshop,
grabbed the spirits from

a shelf and put them in a


white Holden Commodore
before driving off without
paying.
The alcohol had a retail
value of $207.
The crime was reported
to police at 11.35 officers
are studying CCTV.

Cold, flu
drugs stolen

Burglaries
believed linked

A big amount of medicine was stolen from


a Wembley pharmacy
after burglars broke in
through the roof.

Police think two burglaries in neighbouring


suburbs on Tuesday were
linked.

Bottles of Wild Turkey,


Jack Daniels and Chivas
Regal were stolen from
the Captain Stirling
Hotel in Nedlands on
Tuesday morning.

The crime happened between last Thursday night


and Friday morning after
the thieves cut a hole in
the roof of Pharmacy 777
in Cambridge Street.
About $900 of cold and
flu medication and cough
mixture was taken.

Toilet taken
A toilet was stolen from
a house being built in
Subiaco last weekend.
The bowl and cistern
were taken from the nearly
completed house in Barker
Road.
The theft happened between last Saturday and
Monday morning.

A silver Holden
Commodore was stolen from a home in
Leedervilles Bold Court
after the thieves got in via
the unlocked garage and
shopper doors.
The cars number plate
is 1ENX874.
Soon afterwards, a window was forced open at a
home across the freeway,
in West Leedervilles
Coldstream Street.
An iPad and watch were
stolen.
On the same day, storage
units in Cambridge Street
in West Leederville were
hit.
The thieves jumped over
a fence and smashed doors
on two of the six units
before stealing property.

Student loses his licence


A student was disqualified from driving for
seven months last Friday
after pleading guilty to
drink driving.
Evans Magireta, a
University of WA PhD
student, was caught during a random breath test
in Northbridge on June 5
at 2.25am.

Magistrate Paul Heaney


heard Mr Magiretas blood
alcohol content had been
measured as 0.102.
Mr Magireta said he was
studying for his PhD, also
worked, and that it was his
first offence.
Mr Heaney fined him
$550 and ordered him to
pay $150.80 court costs.

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A mentally-ill man was


ordered to pay $150 compensation for stealing
money from a Chinese
restaurant last year.
Gordon Scurr (61) had
been charged with rob-

bery later amended to


stealing and common
assault after the October
29 incident, which happened at the Warwick
Grove Shopping Centre.
Deputy Chief Magistrate
Elizabeth Woods heard
Mr Scurr had told the
restaurateur he had food
poisoning.
He appeared agitated
and aggressive, and left
the complex, a police
prosecutor said.
Shortly afterwards,
the restaurateur left the
building and was sitting
in his car when Mr Scurr
approached him again.
After verbal abuse, he
grabbed his collar, broke
his neck chain, and pushed
him from behind, the
prosecutor said.
Mr Scurr followed the
restaurateur back to his

shop, where he picked up


the EFTPOS machine and
demanded $200.
The restaurateur, fearing for his safety, gave
him $150.
Mr Scurrs lawyer said
his client had been diagnosed as a paranoid
schizophrenic in 1973, and
at the time of the crimes
had recently stopped taking his medication.
He was taken to
Graylands after being arrested, and his health later
stabilised after he was put
on new medication.
Ms Woods put Mr Scurr
on a 12-month communitybased order and ordered
him to pay the compensation and $79 court costs.
Police altered the robbery charge to stealing
when Mr Scurr appeared
in court.

Freeway speeders cop fines


Jett with grandma Jude at Cottesloe police station.

What a great job, Grandma


A 17-month-old child
was caught trying to
break into a police station armoury this week.
Jett was caught redhanded by the Cottesloe
stations community services officer (CSO), Jude.
The young offender is
Judes 10th grandchild.
His mother had taken

him to the station, in


Curtin Avenue, to see
where his grandma
worked.
She is the face behind
the phone when people
call the station, said
acting officer-in-charge
Sergeant Carol Vernon.
Jude does a great job
and we are very proud
to have her as our CSO.

A man pleaded guilty


last week to speeding on
the freeway through West
Leederville.
Last Friday, Magistrate
Paul Heaney heard that a
speed camera had recorded James Dean Maughmer
doing 91kmh in an 80kmh
section of the Mitchell
Freeway at 11.14am on
March 14.
Mr Maughmer was fined
$200 and ordered to pay
$150.80 court costs.

Fine for driving in City Beach without licence


A 20-year-old man was
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Magistrates Court last
Friday for driving without a licence.
Police stopped Dale
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17 in Windarra Drive,City

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After Magistrate
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Entrikens guilty plea, he
asked him why he didnt
have a licence.
I just havent gotten
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Entriken said.
I just moved back from
Melbourne.
Mr Heaney disqualified
Mr Entriken from driving for three months and
ordered him to pay $169
court costs.

Another man charged


with driving at 114kmh
on the same section of
freeway was convicted
in his absence on the
same day.
A speed camera had
recorded Sedat Ozgurs
speed on September 22
last year, the court heard.
Mr Ozgur had earlier
pleaded not guilty, and a
trial was due to take place
with a police officer as a
witness.
But Magistrate Heaney
said Mr Ozgur had sent a
note saying he was unwell,
and asked for a two-week
adjournment.
Hes got to do more than
send this, Mr Heaney
said, before fining Mr
Ozgur $200 and ordering
him to pay $150.80 court
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A vision for
WAs science
future

It works,
but Kalina
looks at
why

WAs Chief Scientist, Peter


Klinken, is hoping to build a
vigorous science culture in WA.
Professor Klinken will present
a public lecture at 6pm on August
26 in the theatre auditiorium at
UWAs University Club, explaining how crucial science is for the
future of WA.
He advocates a clear vision for
science, investment and planning.
Professor Klinken hopes to
contribute to building a vigorous
science culture in WA, and support the people who passionately
believe in science and innovation.
The talk is free, but it is essential to RSVP via www.ias.uwa.
edu.au/lectures/klinken.

Shoot hoops
with Wildcats

PhD candidate
Kalina Makowiecki
at the UWA lab.
Photo: Rhiannon Shine

By RHIANNON SHINE
University of WA PhD
candidate Kalina Makowiecki
hopes to add another feather
to her cap next week.
Kalina (25) has already published five full-length research
papers, organised funding, won
the UWA collaboration award
and supervised an honours student in a project she designed.
Next week she hopes to
add the ExxonMobil Student

Scientist of the Year award to


that list of achievements.
Kalina is researching repetitive transcranial magnetic
stimulation (rTSM), which is
used to treat various psychiatric
and neurological disorders, most
commonly depression.
My research is looking at the
mechanisms of how it works,
because despite using it in humans, we really have no idea
how it works, Kalina said.
We are going from bench to
bedside and then back again

with the hope that we can individually tailor treatments to


help psychiatric disorders.
In psychiatric disorders such
as depression its fairly reliable,
but not everybody responds.
Kalina said her research was
conducted mainly on mice,
which allowed her to find out
more about how rTSM worked
and what it could be used with.
My most recent research
looked at whether concurrent
activity is essential, she said.
I was looking at whether,

in mice, rTMS requires visual


input at the same time.
This will tell us whether
combining it with rehabilitation therapy after stroke or with
training might have a bigger
effect than rTMS alone.
Kalina started her PhD in 2012
and said she hoped to submit
her thesis in December.
She is a finalist in the
ExxonMobil Student Scientist
of the Year awards, which will
be announced on August 20,
during National Science Week.

Perth Wildcats captain


Damian Martin and new import Casey Prather will run a
basketball clinic for all skill
levels at the Salvation Army
in Floreat.
The clinic for primary-aged students includes a sausage sizzle.
It will run from 6.45 to 8.45pm
on Friday, August 28, at the
Salvation Army building on the
corner of Brookdale Street and
Salvado Road.
The cost is $3 and parents are
asked to RSVP by Wednesday,
August 26, to jygfloreat@gmail.
com or 9383 9034.

auction
168 Townshend Road, Subiaco
4

447sqm

Lovingly restored
Old world charm blends well with modern convenience to ensure you
will fall in love with this house and the ease of living it offers. An elegant
entrance hallway invites you in with high ornate ceilings, decorative
timber carving and rich jarrah ooring to the rest of the house which
provides wonderful separation and room for all.
Home Opens: Wednesday 12pm - 12:30pm,
Wednesday 5:15pm 6pm and Saturday 1:30pm 2:30pm
Auction on-site 2:30pm Saturday August 22nd

Jack Michael

0418 943 247


jack@abelmcgrath.com.au
Subiaco | 236 Rokeby Road

9381 2055

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for
sale

Rivershores
2 Doepel Street | North Fremantle

Only 5 apartments remaining.


Perths most awarded apartments.
Absolute waterfront | Absolute luxury

All reasonable offers presented.


Home Open Saturday 15th August 11:30am-12:30pm

Michelle Kerr
Nicole Jones

| 0412 770 743 | michelle@abelmcgrath.com.au


| 0435 450 955 | nicole@abelmcgrath.com.au

Claremont | Leederville | Subiaco

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4 Bentley Close, Mount Claremont
4

765 sqm

auction
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Dreams Are Made Of This


Tucked away in a private leafy cul-de-sac, idyllic Grainger Reserve in view
and JTC 2 minutes walk away, lies a warm, inviting and immaculately
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4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, formal living and dining, open-plan kitchen,
living and dining, games room/teenage retreat, wine cellar, laundry,
huge alfresco, pristine swimming pool and manicured gardens.

Open Saturday 15th August 11:25am - 12:00pm


Auction on-site (unless sold prior) | Sat 22nd August 11:00am

Simon McGrath
0418 918 678
simon@abelmcgrath.com.au

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

4 Prince Albert Court, Mount Claremont


4

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from
$1,700,000

810 sqm

A Cut Above The Rest


Perfectly located high on the hill in one of Mt Claremonts
most sought after streets, overlooking Bold Park and the city skyline,
this immaculate two storey residence combines light and space with
meticulous attention to detail to deliver exceptional family living at
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outdoor entertaining and manicured gardens on a 810sqm block.

Open Saturday 15th August 12:05pm - 12:35pm

Simon McGrath
0418 918 678
simon@abelmcgrath.com.au

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

Claremont

Leederville

Subiaco

9286 3655

9208 1999

9381 2055

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Simon McGrath
0418 918 678
simon@abelmcgrath.com.au

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

Welcome Home!
Perfectly located in the heart of vibrant Claremont, this classically
designed and beautifully renovated 3 bed 2 bath period residence
combines original character with contemporary style to deliver an
immaculate family home in a highly sought after location.

Open Saturday 15th August 1:20pm - 1:55pm


Auction on-site \USLZZZVSKWYPVY | Sat 5th September 12:30pm

Simon McGrath
0418 918 678
simon@abelmcgrath.com.au

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

Claremont

Leederville

Subiaco

9286 3655

9208 1999

9381 2055

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COTTESLOE

THE YORK MILL

$1,990,000

A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY

11,500sqm

With the landmark York Flour Mill at its centre, this impressive 11,500sqm complex
offers a mix of retail shops, cafe and gourmet food outlets, gallery spaces, and
large undercover warehouses suitable for concerts/markets. Set in the beautiful
Avon Valley, York is a popular destination just 90 minutes from the city. The York
Mill, circa 1892, stands proud as you enter the town on the main road from Perth,
and with vision could become an even greater drawcard for visitors. Markets,
music festivals or showrooms... This is a site that deserves to endure as a landmark
destination. Step into pages of history and make your mark! Please contact for
further details regarding rental return and viewings.

MICHAEL WATTS
0417 952 557

Michael.Watts@elders.com.au

DEBORAH BRADY
0405 570 903

deborah.brady@acton.com.au

60 PANMURE ROAD, YORK

FAMILY HOME WITH ROOM


TO BREATHE

$395,000
3

8897sqm

A delightful mix of heritage charm and modern convenience, this spacious home
offers the best of both worlds. Situated on a large 8897sqm sub-dividable block in
an elevated location overlooking York, it offers a modernised kitchen, large family
room, three spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms, laundry with storage space, and
a separate double garage. Original features include high ceilings, jarrah oors,
verandahs and open replaces. The extensive grounds have established fruit trees,
wood shed and chicken coop. Act quickly to secure this very appealing property!

MICHAEL WATTS
0417 952 557

Michael.Watts@elders.com.au

103 SPICES ROAD, YORK

DEBORAH BRADY
0405 570 903

deborah.brady@acton.com.au

$345,000

4,047sqm
2
1
MAGICAL COUNTRY
HIDEAWAY HILDA ROSE COTTAGE CIRCA 1865

A charming country escape awaits you at this beautiful cottage complete with
shingled roof, a large open replace, wood stove and claw foot bathtub and set in
picturesque valley with winter creek and only a 2km walk to historic town of York.
Build a crackling re and settle in! Just 5 minutes to the York town centre, currently
tenanted, surrounded by peaceful green pastures. This is a rare opportunity to own
a slice of heaven. Surrounding 4.860 hectares available from $150,000.

MICHAEL WATTS
0417 952 557

Michael.Watts@elders.com.au

DEBORAH BRADY
0405 570 903

deborah.brady@acton.com.au

ACTON COTTESLOE 500 STIRLING HIGHWAY, PEPPERMINT GROVE PH: (08) 9384 6999 WWW.ACTON.COM.AU/COTTESLOE

POST, August 15, 2015 Page 43

COTTESLOE

E
AK FER
M OF
AN

19 SWANWAY CRESCENT, SWANBOURNE

HIGH LEVEL OF FINISH

$2,595,000
2

444sqm

Sophisticated and elegant, this luxurious home offers the ultimate easy care lifestyle.
Just steps from beautiful parks and wetlands, it boasts a magnicent kitchen with
Miele appliances and scullery and separate living zones across two levels, with
the highest quality nishes throughout. Sparkling pool, alfresco with outdoor
kitchen, theatre, study nook, four spacious bedrooms with WIR and ensuites and a
double garage. Beautiful travertine oors, sleek Escea gas replace, and luxurious
conveniences. In a perfect location close to shops, Scotch College, Claremont
Quarter and a stroll to beautiful Lake Claremont.

HOME OPEN SATURDAY 15TH AUGUST 12.00PM - 12.40PM


INTERNET ID# 2901850

DEBORAH BRADY 0405 570 903


deborah.brady@acton.com.au

ST PEN
R
FI E O
M
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36 PARRY STREET, CLAREMONT

SO FRESH

$1,950,000
5

527sqm

Gracefully designed and brilliantly located, this modern near new beauty is fresh
and vibrant. Northern light lls the living areas, fabulous family kitchen with
4 metre stone bench, scullery/laundry, sunny alfresco, mezzanine lounge, main
bedroom with WIR and luxe spa ensuite, three additional spacious bedrooms with
BIR, double garage, store room, secure bike store, ROW access and a lush walled
garden with mature trees. PLUS a self-contained fth bedroom with kitchenette and
living. Quality nishes create a relaxed style and include spotted gum wood oor
boards, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, stone benches, high ceilings, and
excellent security. Walk to the train, bus, excellent schools and Swanbourne shops.
Youll be thrilled by this spacious, contemporary home.
HOME OPEN SATURDAY 15TH AUGUST 11.00AM - 11.40AM
INTERNET ID# 2901854

DEBORAH BRADY 0405 570 903


deborah.brady@acton.com.au

QM
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7
23

7/44 BARNFIELD ROAD, CLAREMONT

SUBSTANTIAL APARTMENT

FROM $1,199,000
2.5

237sqm

With a New York loft ambience, this two bedroom apartment offers lowmaintenance living with incredible style. Sunlit and spacious open plan living and
dining areas, streamlined white stone kitchen with quality Smeg appliances, plus
a private alfresco courtyard. Upstairs, a mezzanine living area, a bright main
bedroom with BIR and ensuite, plus a second bedroom and bathroom. There is
excellent storage, a powder room/laundry, and double garage with ROW access.
Its effortlessly cool with polished timber oors, exposed brick walls, raked ceilings,
louvre windows, corrugated cladding, reverse cycle air conditioning, and stone
benches. Walk to cafes, shops and train. Youll love the industrial chic!
HOME OPEN SATURDAY 15TH AUGUST 10.00AM - 10.40AM
INTERNET ID# 2858628

DEBORAH BRADY 0405 570 903


deborah.brady@acton.com.au
ACTON COTTESLOE 500 STIRLING HIGHWAY, PEPPERMINT GROVE PH: (08) 9384 6999 WWW.ACTON.COM.AU/COTTESLOE

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REAL ESTATE

PROUDLY
100%
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN
OWNED AND OPERATED
(since 1969)

Looking for a real career in property?


Contact ACTON Director Travis Coleman
0407 233 560
or
email privately to
corporate@acton.com.au

APPLECROSS
9316 8088

CARINE GLADES
9246 0611

DALKEITH
9386 8255

MOUNT LAWLEY
9272 2488

SOUTH CENTRAL
6310 0300

BALDIVIS
9523 3888

CENTRAL
9381 5566

DUNSBOROUGH
9755 3399

NORTH
9285 0111

SOUTH EAST
9497 3773

BUNBURY
9791 5777

COMMERCIAL
9386 9981

FREMANTLE
9319 3022

PROJECTS
6160 6480

STRATA
9468 7705

BUSSELTON
9754 9200

COOGEE
9434 8200

MANDURAH
9550 2000

ROCKINGHAM
9592 8999

VICTORIA PARK
9470 5556

CANNING VALE
6350 0000

COTTESLOE
9384 6999

MARGARET RIVER
9758 8898

SOUTH
9474 2088

WEST COAST
9400 1600

WWW.ACTON.COM.AU

POST, August 15, 2015 Page 45

REAL ESTATE

The Western Suburbs Lady of Real Estate


is retiring after 30 years at ACTON.

We trust the thousands of families Maree has


assisted over the years join us in also wishing
her a happy 80th Birthday
Maree, you are a wonderful example to us all.

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SOUTH WEST

9 VERA PLACE, DARDANUP

EXPRESS 28 DAY SALE

SS LE
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8
2

COPPLESTONE FARM

ALL OFFERS PRESENTED BY 5PM 11TH SEPTEMBER 2015 (UNLESS SOLD PRIOR)

This unique 5 acre estate is located on the doorstep of Ferguson Valley, 3km from the Dardanup
village. The elevated country homestead and ambient garden setting is complimented with a private
swimming pool and tennis court and separate weatherboard cottage. Once the main homestead of the
surrounding dairy farm, this home has been renovated and extended to accommodate more bedrooms,
a large country kitchen, ofce and entertainment rooms.

HOME OPEN: SATURDAY 15TH AUGUST 11.00AM - 12.30PM

PETER JOHNSTON 0439 971 150 peter.johnston@acton.com.au


THOMSON BROOK

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

FERGUSON

PRICE ON APPLICATION

160 ACRES BANK SAYS SELL!

SUNSET HILL IN FERGUSON

One or both farms must sell now with two farms to choose from, making a
total of 435 acres. This property in particular has 160 acres of red loam
and good grazing farmland. The 3 bedroom brick homestead will need a
renovation, but the yards and pasture are good and currently leased for
cattle. Available for sale as a whole or separately. Expressions of Interest:
all offers will be presented with terms available.

An absolutely magnicent 35 acres with brilliant valley views from this


elevated farm at Ferguson Valley. From the top, you can even catch the
coastal sunsets. Fertile pastures and grazing cattle, the current owner will
lease back, maintain the fences, rebreaks and pay enough to cover the
rates and some extra. Tourism, Chalets or just lifestyle, take your pick.

INTERNET ID# 2884228

PETER JOHNSTON 0439 971 150


peter.johnston@acton.com.au

PETER JOHNSTON 0439 971 150


peter.johnston@acton.com.au

BUNBURY (08) 9791 5777 BUSSELTON (08) 9754 9200 DUNSBOROUGH (08) 9755 3399 MARGARET RIVER (08) 9758 8898
WWW.ACTON.COM.AU

POST, August 15, 2015 Page 47

COTTESLOE

4 HAWKSTONE STREET, COTTESLOE

OFFERS

W
E
N

THE ULITMATE DOWNSIZER!

727sqm

OFFERS CLOSING 5PM 28TH AUGUST 2015 (UNLESS SOLD PRIOR)


For those who recognise the best things in life! This private paradise is comfortably tucked away in this prestigious
beachside suburb. An elegant, spacious home which is nished to the highest standards, which includes
sumptuous bedrooms and marble detailing, oak parquetry and custom design. Comfortable rooms include
spacious casual living areas with views across the blue water to Rottnest, open plan elegant kitchen, dramatic
formal dining room, sunny breakfast room, spacious lounge/theatre room with touch-of-a-button technology,
gorgeous main bedroom suite with dressing room and spacious marble lined ensuite, two sumptuous king size
bedrooms with their own marble lined ensuites, large study, convivial wine cellar and vine-covered alfresco
dining courtyard. Adding to the impressive features area timber-lined lift to all levels, ROW access to double
garage, several storage rooms and a generous laundry with custom built cabinetry. It offers spectacular
luxury in an intimate setting, and is perfect for easy entertaining. Gorgeous pool, ocean views, spacious and
elegant living areas. Perfection!
HOME OPEN: VIEW BY APPOINTMENT
INTERNET ID# 2907290

JODY FEWSTER 0414 688 988 jody.fewster@acton.com.au

ACTON COTTESLOE 500 STIRLING HIGHWAY, PEPPERMINT GROVE PH: (08) 9384 6999 WWW.ACTON.COM.AU/COTTESLOE

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Community news

Smooth sound this


Sunday in Subiaco
Tribute band Some Like It
Yacht is dedicated to re-creating
the sophisticated pop sounds
known as yacht rock.
Yacht rock emerged in the 70s
and 80s, along with commercial
FM radio stations and massive
record company profits.
Musicians were given more
money with less record company
interference than ever before
and the results are memorable.
Some Like It Yacht, a pack of
musical journeymen who between
them have won multiple awards,
will bring this music to sunday@
subi this Sunday, August 16.
They will be joined on stage

at the Subiaco Arts Centre by an


Auslan interpreter.
The concert starts at 2pm with
tickets available from 1.15pm on
the day and are allocated on a
first-come, first-served basis.
All attendees must be present to
collect their tickets. There will be
a short break during the concert
when patrons can buy coffee or
drinks from the bar.
The final sunday@subi free
concert is on August 23 and
will feature a double bill, Fifi
Mondello and The Sweet Teas.
The concerts are presented by
Subiaco council. For information
visit www.subiaco.wa.gov.au.

Uranium and clean energy


Jenny Holder has propagated a forest of quandongs from the original tree on her City Beach property.
Photo: Paul McGovern

Quandongs are making a comeback


Jenny Holder is suffering a
glut of quandong trees.
She saved the original one
from a bulldozer when she and
her husband built their house
on a big corner block in Adina
Road, City Beach.
There used to be a lot of
them up and down the coast,
but gradually they have all
been removed as building has
replaced them, Jenny said.
The quandong, also known as
the native peach, is a drought-

tolerant desert plant with nuts


in a red fruit.
Jenny says she has nurtured
seedlings for years to try to
encourage people to plant them
and use their fruit, which she
says is full of vitamin C.
Jenny has hundreds of seedlings in tubes for sale for $5 each
and she has written a brochure
with some of her own quandong
recipes.
You can use the quandong
in anything it is particularly

good in casseroles, she said.


Jenny says the quandong has
been the basis for her waterfree garden.
I do not have a hose in the
garden, said Jenny, a breast
cancer survivor who will not use
any chemicals in her garden.
The quandongs need water
for the first year and then they
look after themselves,
To arrange to see Jennys
quandong trees, or to buy seedlings, call 93885 9595.

Vanessa Guthrie, managing director and CEO of Toro


Energy Limited, aims to bust a
few myths when she discusses
the science behind the mining
and use of uranium globally.
Dr Guthrie will also reflect
on her long career in the mining sector in a talk at UWA
for the Institute of Advanced
Studies.
She started with a deep interest in science that grew into a
passion for delivering value to
the whole community from the
resources sector.
She says being a woman has
proved to be an advantage at
times.
She will share some of her
insights and experiences as
well as what it takes to succeed
in a challenging and at times
controversial industry.

Her lecture is at 6pm on


Wednesday, August 19, in the
theatre auditorium at the
University Club.
The lecture is co-sponsored
by the Australian Academy of
Technological Sciences and
Engineering (ATSE).
It is free, but RSVP is required
via www.ias.uwa.edu.au/lectures/
guthrie.

Parlez-vous Francais?
A new course for French
language beginners will
start at Alliance Francaise in
Nedlands on August 24.
The Monday evening or Friday
morning course will run for
three hours per week for five
weeks.
For more information, go to
www.afperth.com.au or call
9386 7921.

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Community news

Young stars
will sing for
supper
Talented music theatre students from the WA Academy of
Performing Arts will light up
Government House Ballroom
with an intimate evening of
song called Broadway in the
Ballroom.
The 19 budding stars are still
on a high after their sell-out
season of Legally Blonde at the
Regal Theatre.
This Saturday, August 15,
at 7.30pm, they present music
from Sondheim to Berlin and
Gershwin to Bernstein in the
historic ballroom.
The cabaret-style evening is
a fundraiser for the students
nationalshowcase tour of Perth,
Melbourne and Sydney.
Tickets ($50, $35 for students)
are for table seating and include
a glass of sparkling wine on arrival and light supper.
A full bar service featuring
Leeuwin EstateWines will be
available.The evening will have
a dress code of cocktail wear
and lounge suit.
WAAPA is recognised nationally and internationally for the
quality of its programs and for
outstanding graduates like Hugh
Jackman, Tim Minchin and Lisa
McCune.
To book, go to www.trybooking.
com/IJMD or call 0448 279 408.

Enjoy an evening of cabaret presented by WAAPAs stars of the future. Photo: Stephen Heath Photography

Fresh water and this winter is breaming


Winter rains are finally
bringing water into the Swan
and Canning Rivers, and black
bream anglers worth their salt
will be getting pretty twitchy.
During summer, black bream
make their way upstream, where
they get a bit amorous in preparation for the annual breeding
season.
Fishos travel far and wide in
search of them but have to work
pretty hard to catch any.
But when we get decent rains,
the bream will travel downstream on the fresh water and
spread out into small tributaries
and swollen drains in search of a
feed anything from insects and
smaller sh to mussels, prawns

Read the POST online at

postnewspapers.com.au

FISHING

with Gary Shugg


and small rock crabs.
As they migrate, the bream
tend to gather into schools in
some easily accessible areas,
including Mosman, Nedlands,
Claremont and East Fremantle.
In my book, your rst port of
call should be your local yacht
club.
Their jetties, pylons and covered walkways are havens for
black bream (and many other
species), which hang around
for protection and a free feed of
tasty mussels from the pylons,

posts and old ropes hanging


around.
A warning ... Most yacht clubs
do not allow shing from their
jetties, especially if you are not
a member, but there are always
areas next to the clubs where
anglers can cast lines close to
pylons.
If you cannot get access to a
yacht club, there are plenty of
public jetties in the Swan and
Canning Rivers that are open to
anglers in search of a bream or
two. Mosman jetty is famous for
its black bream, as are JoJos
and Claremont jetties.
For bait, gather some plump
mussels from rocks or timber
structures and salt them down

to preserve them (they are a lot


tougher when salted).
Choose your shing spot and,
if you can, scrape some fresh
mussels from a pylon, crush
them up into a sort of crunchy
paste and drop a small amount
into the water every 10 minutes
or so to act as a berley.
After 10 to 15 minutes, start
baiting your salted mussels on
to a hook and sending it down
with the berley. You will be
surprised how effective this
method is.
If you are a lure fanatic, then
twitching a lure through this
berley will also increase your
chances of catching decent
black bream.

What every retiree needs?


Issues that older people need to consider
to maximise their quality of life will be
canvassed by Peter Tyndall of ElderPlan.

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First edition sold out!

New updated
edition now on sale

$30
Signed copies of Presumed Guilty are available from
the POST at 276 Onslow Road, Shenton Park or
The Lane Bookshop, Claremont or buy online from the ABC Shop

Fix it quickly
Renovating or
repairing your home?

The POST each week lists tradesmen who


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

Mr Tyndall is the guest speaker at the


August 21 meeting of the Perth branch of the
Association of Independent Retirees.
He will present an overview of planning
issues that people who have retired or are
semi-retired need to consider.
The ElderPlan philosophy is that quality
of life will include low stress levels, higher
independence and social engagement, lack
of pain, a sound mental state and appropriate
accommodation.
All interested seniors are invited to attend
the groups meetings, held on the third Friday
of each month.
Next Fridays meeting is at 10am and will
be at the Cambridge Bowling Club in Howtree
Place, off Chandler Avenue West, Floreat.
Morning tea will be held after a short general meeting and then Mr Tyndall will present
his talk.
For further information, call Margaret on
0487 290 097 or Val on 9382 3495.

Underfloor heating for refuge dogs


A new kennel annex been built at the Dogs
Refuge Home in Shenton Park, thanks to
dedicated animal lover Terry Crommelin.
At Mr Crommelins request, the building has
been named after his beloved dog, Bonnie.
Dogs Home president Karen Rhodes said
the new annex would house 11 dogs in kennels
that were a far cry from most of the homes
facilities, originally built in the 1950s.
The new kennel block is orientated to take
advantage of the weather, has underoor
heating in the sleeping area and is designed
to reduce stress.
The Dogs Refuge Home currently has around
140 dogs available for adoption and can be
contacted on 9381 8166.

The word on hearing aids


Advances in hearing aid technology will be
the focus of a free talk presented at the Grove
library as part of Hearing Awareness Week.
Cottesloe Hearing will present the session,
which is titled Todays Hearing Aids Provide
Better-Than-Normal Hearing Fact or Myth?
The presentation will run from 10 to 11am
on August 28 and all are welcome.
To register, call Cottesloe Hearing on 9385
3000, or drop into the clinic at the Grove
Shopping Centre.

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Corporate lawyer Darryl Nagel


will cover the essentials of trading through a self-managed
superannuation fund at the
August 20 meeting of the
Australian Technical Analysts
Association. The talk will be
useful for those wanting to start
trading within their Australian
self-managed super funds or
who are already established
and want to find out more.
The meeting is at 6pm at St
Catherines College, on the
corner of Stirling Highway and
Winthrop Avenue, Crawley. All
visitors are welcome. Enquiries:
Derek on 0447 744 493 or Julian
on 9284 2092

Undefeated for the season, the Mosman Park


Primary School football
team was the undisputed
winner of the Eagles Cup.

for collecting the type specimen


of the night parrot, as the first WA
thoroughbred owner to race a
horse in the Melbourne Cup and
as the first settler of high-standing
to be hanged in WA for murder.
The talk The Search for
Kenneth Brown (1837-1876) will
be presented at Stirling House at
6pm on Wednesday, August 19.
The society meets at Stirling
House, on the corner of Broadway
and Clark Street Nedlands. For
more information, call 9386 3841.

The way we were


There will be a WA history
theme when the University of
the Third Age (U3A) meets at
the Grove library on Monday.
At 1pm, June Dunstan will
give a talk titled The Women of
Australia Convicts and Pioneers.
Then at 2.30pm, after a break
for coffee, Ann Whyntie will present The History and Memories
of Sunset Hospital.
Members of the public are
invited to attend and can get
more information from Keith on
9383 2037.

Invest in the safety of your home


with the following tips:

your neighbours and


watch out for each
other.

Hide items of value


from view.

The next film in the Outside


the Box screenings in Claremont
is be Renaissance Dalai Lama,
to be screened this Saturday,
August 15.
The films, selected because
they promote well-being, are
fundraisers for people living in
disadvantaged circumstances.
Saturdays film documents
the Dalai Lamas meeting with
a group of 40 Western renaissance thinkers who hope to
use the meeting solve many of
the worlds problems.
They include quantum
physicist Fred Alan Wolf, social
scientist Jean Houston, and the
founder of Agape International
Spiritual Centre church in Los
Angeles, Michael Beckwith.
The film shows the clash of
egos that soon develops in the
group as each member attempts
to mould the meeting to fit their
expectations.
They discover they cannot

There will be taste thrills


for all at St Margarets
Winter Fest in Nedlands
next Saturday.

Burglaries and vehicle theft are the most common crimes in urban areas.

Keep in touch with

Unitarian gathering

hope to change the world until


they undergo personal transformation.
Helped by the often lighthearted musings of the Dalai
Lama, each member comes away
changed by their experience.
Thrive Experiences and
Twisting Fish Yoga Studio
have combined to put on the
Outside the Box films every
second Saturday of the month
and entry is by donation.
The film starts at 6pm and the
evening includes cosy bean bags
to sit in. Home-made organic
chocolate and chai tea will be
available to buy to raise extra
funds.
There are only 20 spots available, so book online via www.
thrive-experiences.com/outsidethe-box-films.html.
The screening is at Twisting
Fish Yoga Studio, Shop 19,
Avion Way, Claremont.

Penny Reis will give a talk titled


Written by Mrs Bach when the
Unitarians meet this Sunday,
August 16, at 10.30am. Penny
will present some controversial material surrounding
the compositional process of
Bachs Sonatas and Partitas for
sols violin BWV 1001 to 1006.
The group meets in Drabble
House, behind Nedlands library.
Enquiries: 9336 4809.

Invest in CCTV
the city and local
police are available
to provide advice on
CCTV installation.

This annual festival of gastronomic delights is offering


a host of wholesome savoury
food and mystery puddings to
raise funds for the church in
Tyrell Street.
The menu is beef bolognaise
with rice, vegetarian lasagne,

desserts guaranteed to excite


every sweet tooth.
The cost is $25, which also
includes coffee, tea, cheese
and bicuits BYO wine or port.
The Winter Fest will be at
6.30pm on Saturday, August
22, at 58 Tyrell Street.
For tickets, call Siobhan
in the church office on 9385
5390 on Tuesday, Thursday or
Friday, 9.30am to noon.

Improving parenting

Story Time in French

Useful contacts:

131 444
Emergency (police, ambulance, re) ......................................... 000
Community Safety Ofcer (City of Subiaco) .......... 9237 9222
Local Policing Team (Wembley Police Station) 0466 521 371
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www.subiaco.wa.gov.au

Courses for parents coming


up at Relationships Australia
in West Leederville include
All About Anger for Parents
and Teens, Understanding
Stepfamily Relationships, and
Fathering after Separation.
For further information and to
enrol, phone 9489 6322 or visit
www.relationshipswa.org.au.
Parents and children are invited
to the Alliance Francaise for
Story Time in French. The free
event is at 10am on Thursday,
August 20, in the library at 75
Broadway, Nedlands. RSVP essential on 9386 7921.

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Mosman meeting
The Mosman Park Residents
and Ratepayers Association
meeting will be at 7pm on
Monday, August 17, at the
Mosman Park Bowling Club.

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Movies that focus on


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The Subiaco Seniors Table


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more players. The group meets
at the PCYC building on corner
Rokeby Road and Thomas
Street, Subiaco, at 1pm on
Tuesdays. Enquiries: Alan on
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Aidan Kelly, a lawyer with an


interest in history, has been researching the life and character
of Kenneth and has assembled an
extensive portrait of him, which
he will present at the next meeting of the Royal WA Historical
Society.
Kenneth Browns family
were early settlers in York and
Champion Bay, later known at
Geraldton.
The eldest child, Kenneth became a highly skilled and experienced pastoralist, an explorer,
horse breeder, horse racer and
turf club steward.
A leading settler in terms of
social and commercial standing,
his life ended in failure at the
end of a rope for the murder of
his wife, Mary-Ann Tindall.
His inglorious end has obscured
the details and historical significance of his life.
He was notable in numerous
ways as Edith Cowans father,

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West Coast Eagle Sharrod Wellingham congratulates the winning team at Mosman Park Primary School.
Photo:Billie Fairclough

Inglorious end for WA explorer


Kenneth Brown was a pastoralist from one of WAs leading
families who was hanged for
murdering his second wife in
1876.


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especially against the formidable Cottesloe Primary
School team.
Under the guidance of PE
teacher Ian Slater, the team
trained during lunchtimes
to improve their fitness and
skill.
Pacey Eagles wingman
Sharrod Wellingham was
at the school this week to
present the winners with
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Christianity into the future


Canadian David Galston
will be the main speaker at
workshops in Floreat and
Wembley Downs on August
22 and 23.
His topic will be The
Future of Religion, Jesus and
Christianity, and copies of
his new book, Embracing the
Human Jesus A wisdom path
for contemporary Christianity,
will be available.
David is the academic director of the Westar Institute,

the ecumenical chaplain at


Brock University, Canada, as
well as an adjunct professor
of philosophy.
He has played a key role,
both in Canada and the US, in
the development of progressive forms of religion and
theology.
The workshops are at
All Saints Floreat Uniting
Church, 50 Berkeley Crescent,
Floreat, from 9.30am to
12.30pm on Saturday, August

22, and at Wembley Downs


Uniting Church, 130 Calais
Road, Wembley Downs, from
11am to noon on Sunday,
August 23.
He will also preach during
the 9.30am church service on
Why Read the Gospel of John?
The event is organised by
the WA Progressive Network
and the cost is $25, $15 for
members.
For information, ring Marie
on 9385 8537.

Stroll the gardens of Parliament


A free guided tour of
the gardens at Parliament
House has been organised
by Heritage Perth for its
Walk and Talk series.
Parliament House opened
in 1904 and the rst gardens
were planted around the
same time.
The gardeners in those
days faced some unique
problems, such as the unau-

thorised tethering of horses


to trees next to the original
front of the building, an issue
resolved by appointing parking inspectors.
The gardens feature
plants from the different
regions of the state the
South-West, Goldelds, MidWest, Gascoyne, Pilbara and
Kimberley are represented.
The walk will take in the
green birdower tree from

the Kimberley, the stunning


red owers of Corymbia Red
Summer from the SouthWest, weeping peppermint
trees and paperbark trees.
The walk is from 12.30
to 1.30pm on Wednesday,
August 26, at Parliament
House, 1 Harvest Terrace,
West Perth.
Bookings are essential via
heritageperth.com.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ORDINARY ELECTION


CLOSE OF ENROLMENTS
Town of Cambridge, Town of Claremont, Town of Cottesloe,
City of Nedlands, Shire of Peppermint Grove, Town of Mosman Park, City of Subiaco
ROLL CLOSE: 5.00 pm FRIDAY 28 August 2015
You may be eligible to be enrolled to vote in the local government elections on 17 October 2015 if you live in or
are an owner or occupier of rateable property in the Town of Cambridge, Town of Claremont, Town of Cottesloe,
City of Nedlands, Shire of Peppermint Grove, Town of Mosman Park, City of Subiaco.
Residents
You are automatically enrolled to vote if you are on the State Electoral Roll as at 5.00 pm Friday,
28 August 2015. If you are not already on the State Electoral Roll and meet the eligibility criteria, or if you have
changed address recently, you must complete an enrolment form.
Enrolment Forms
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Non-Resident Owners and Occupiers
If you are a non-resident owner or occupier of rateable property in any of the local governments listed above
and are on the State or Commonwealth Electoral Roll, you are eligible to enrol to vote. If you are not on the
State or Commonwealth Electoral Roll and own or occupy rateable property in these local governments you may
be eligible to enrol to vote. This applies if you were on the last electoral roll for any of these local governments
prior to May 1996 and have owned or occupied rateable property in the district continuously since this time.
Please contact your local government for details. Owners of land who were on the last Local Government
roll continue to retain that status until they cease to own the rateable property to which the enrolment relates.
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their enrolment status. To be eligible to enrol as an occupier, you will need to have a right of continuous
occupation under a lease, tenancy agreement or other legal instrument for at least the next three months
following the date of the application to enrol.
Joint Owners and Occupiers
If a rateable property is owned or occupied by more than two people, a majority of the owners/occupiers may
nominate two persons from amongst themselves who are on either the State or Commonwealth Electoral Roll,
to enrol as owner/occupier electors.
Corporations
A body corporate that owns or occupies rateable property may nominate two people who are on either the State
or Commonwealth Electoral Roll to enrol as owner/occupier electors.
Enrolment Forms Non-Resident Owners and Occupiers Only
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by 5.00 pm on Friday 28 August 2015. Further information can be obtained from the Town of Cambridge, Town
of Claremont, Town of Cottesloe, City of Nedlands, Shire of Peppermint Grove, Town of Mosman Park, City of
Subiaco.
Jason Buckley
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Town of Cambridge
Telephone: 9347 6000

Stephen Goode
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Town of Claremont
Telephone: 9285 4300

John Merrick
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Shire of Peppermint Grove
Telephone: 9286 8600

Kevin Poynton
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Town of Mosman Park
Telephone: 9384 1633

Greg Trevaskis
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
City of Nedlands
Telephone: 9273 3500

Ian Hill
ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
City of Subiaco
Telephone: 9237 9222

Mat Humfrey
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Town of Cottesloe
Telephone: 9285 5000

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Jane Petley has been a familiar face to young and old at Tresillian Arts Centre
in Nedlands.

Tresillian farewells
long-time friend
Tresillian Arts Centre has more
than 1000 members and Jane
Petley knows most of their names.
It blows people away when I
have their information up on the
computer before they even say
their name, she said.
Jane, a trained teacher, started at
Tresillian as play centre supervisor
10 years ago and then found her
niche in customer service.
She left this week with many
happy memories to start her next
adventure.
Jane helped many children settle
into the play centre while their parents took part in Tresillian classes.
She also played an instrumental
part in the bi-annual Tresillian
play centre garage sale.
She was sometimes asked to
stand in at the customer service
desk.

I had no computer knowledge at


all and was mostly self-taught, with
lots of professional development
in this area later on, Jane said.
Six years ago, Jane moved permanently into the customer service
role, supporting members, tutors
and artists.
Tresillian is run by Nedlands
council and the councils community development manager, Marion
Granich, said: Over more than a
decade, Jane has nurtured creativity at the Tresillian Arts Centre.
She has been an important part
of a much-loved centre and will be
very missed.
Jane said she had got a lot out
of her years at Tresillian.
It is the friendships that I have
developed over the years with tutors, tenants, and members who
come back year after year that have
made my job rewarding, she said.

Step it out to help others


It has been found that the average Australian worker takes
fewer than 3000 steps per day,
less than a third of the daily
recommendation.
For Steptember, they are
being challenged to take 10,000
steps a day during the month of
September, while also raising
funds for people with cerebral
palsy.
Anyone can take part, get t
and raise money for people with
cerebral palsy.
Teams of four are given and wear
pedometers and log their daily

activity online.
They can walk the 10,000 steps
per day or do a range of up to 40
other activities, including a pilates
class, which will amount to 4160
steps, or a yoga class for 4060 steps.
The equivalents in steps for
activities are all outlined on
the Steptember website www.
steptember.org.au
Funds raised will go to the
Cerebral Palsy Alliance, which
is involved in disability therapy
and research.
Last year 36,000 Australians took
part, helping to raise $5million.
Register via the website.

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Dogs can give blood


Murdoch Universitys
Veterinary Hospital is looking for dog owners willing
to volunteer their pets to
become regular blood donors
and save lives.
More than 100 critically-ill
dogs every year require blood
transfusions, so a dog blood
bank is being established.
Volunteering your dog as a
blood donor will save the life
of someones beloved pet, Dr
Melissa Claus, a critical care
specialist at the vet hospital,
said.
Blood products for dogs are
hard to come by.
She said one simple donation of 450ml could help a
number of dogs.
Suitable blood donors would
need to weigh at least 25kg
and be aged between one
and eight.
Dr Claus said that well-

behaved, well-trained dogs


made the best blood donors
but the clinical team could
usually also handle happy,
hyperactive temperaments.
Aggressive and particularly
nervous dogs would be unsuitable for the blood donation
procedure, she said.
The procedure involves
putting a needle in a vein in
the neck and is similar to how
humans give blood and does
not cause pain.
If selected, dogs make donations every two to three
months.
Dr Claus said dogs had lots
of different blood types but
that these could be divided
into two main groups.
For more information about
blood donations and to organise a screening for your
dog, contact Karen Harvey
on k.harvey@murdoch.edu.au.

Youth speaks on war


This Sunday, the Friends
of Anzac Cottage in Mt
Hawthorn will honour the
contribution to the cottage
by Vietnam veterans.
Twenty-three years ago, the
cottage built to commemorate
the Gallipoli landing had
fallen into disrepair.
Vietnam veterans came to
the rescue and, in collaboration with a community-based
group, respectfully re-created
the cottages beginnings by
completely restoring and renovating it to its original state.
The Friends of Anzac
Cottage will honour the contribution made by the Vietnam

veterans at its open day on


Sunday, August 16.
Visitors are invited between
1 and 4pm to view the before
and after effects of the great
work carried out to save the
cottage.
Guest speaker for the day
will be Jet-Rik Bernal, who
will be talking about his experiences and feelings on his
recent visit to Gallipoli.
Jet-Rik, a participant in the
Premiers Anzac student tour,
will present his talk at 2.30pm.
Anzac Cottage is at 38
Kalgoorlie Street, Mt
Hawthorn, and entry is free,
with a gold coin donation for
afternoon tea.

Tyler Mathewson and Lara Ilievski won a gold and bronze medal each at a recent international meet.

International cred for young athletes


Relays are always exciting,
and winning gold in the 4 x
400m at an international athletics event was a highlight for
Tyler Mathewson (14).
Tyler and fellow Perth Modern
School student Lara Ilievski (15)
both won medals at the event.
They were part of a team of WA
secondary students selected for
the international athletics championship to compete against students from Singapore, Malaysia

and Thailand.
Tyler won a bronze medal in
the 400m and anchored the WA
team to gold in the 4 x 400m relay.
The four by 400m was a really
great race, Tyler said.
Because I had a broken finger
and couldnt receive the baton,
I was the first runner and had
to watch as the first two places
changed several times until
the last 15m, when our runner
managed to overtake and win
the gold.

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We were all jumping up and


down like crazy.
Lara won a gold medal in javelin and a bronze medal in discus.
She holds the WA under-15
record for javelin and she temporarily held the national Little
Athletics record for under-15
javelin.
Her goal is to be selected for
the World Youth Championships
in Russia next year, while Tyler
says he mostly takes part in athletics for fun.

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Where Australia stands


on climate change
Environmental scientist
Anthony Horton will talk about
climate change at the breakfast
meeting of the Rotary Club
of Cambridge on Wednesday,
August 19.
Dr Horton will focus on carbon dioxide reduction commitments many nations have announced in the lead-up to Paris
Climate Change Conference in
November.
He says companies are realising the benets of acting on
climate change and that the
federal government needs to act
to ensure that domestic companies are not disadvantaged from

a trade standpoint.
Dr Horton has a PhD in
environmental science from
Murdoch University and has
worked in industry and for the
state government.
He is a director of the Climate
Change Guy Pty Ltd, which offers
consulting and training services
in emission monitoring, management and reduction.
The breakfast is from 7am
to 8.30pm at the Cambridge
Bowling Club in Howtree Place,
Floreat.
The cost is $20 for a light
breakfast. Call Max on 9387 4626
or email mardardy@tpg.com.au
to register interest in attending.

Youth leaders enjoy spending time with teenagers at St Matthews Youth Group. Pictured, from left, are
Rachel Lawrance, Nicholas Lawrance, Matt Tasker and Amanda Deeks.

Navigating teen years together


Friday nights are pumping at
St Matthews Anglican Church
in Shenton Park where about
60 teenagers meet each week
for youth group.
The church runs two groups
for high school students, one for
Years 7 to 9 and one for Years
10 to 12.
Assistant minister Ed Surrey
said the evenings were designed
to be warm and welcoming and
included games, meal time, Bible
study and discussion.
High priority was given to
friendships, with an average of
one youth leader to every three
students.
Mr Surrey said the Bible was
very relevant for young people.

We live in a society that loves


the new, the young and the innovative, he said. We tend to
dismiss the old, the tried and
the tested as not good.
He said the Bible was one of
the things from the past that had
stood the test of time.
Mr Surrey has been working
with young people for 11 years
as a high school teacher and
assistant minister and likens
teenagers to boats without anchors or moorings.
Every little wave or wind is
pushing them in every direction
on every front of their lives, he
said. What they need is a rm
anchor.
The Bible shows them Gods

plan for humanity. It talks about


love, forgiveness, acceptance,
sex, gossip and friendship.
These are all things that
teenagers either need or want
and therefore the Bible is highly
relevant.
Mr Surrey said it was important that students had a chance
to query what had been discussed, so each week included
a question-and-answer session.
The leaders have workingwith-children cards and receive
ongoing training.
All are welcome at the youth
group and there is a $5 donation
to cover the cost of the meal.
For information, ring the ofce
on 9381 2640.

Travel co-op takes top prize


A travel network that began
in WA in the mid-1970s and
went national has been named
Australias Best Travel Agency
Group at the prestigious 2015
National Travel Industry
Awards (NTIA) in Sydney.
The Travellers Choice travel
agency network, which includes
City Beach Travel and Cruise,
started as a small group of six
specialist WA agencies operat-

ing on co-operative principles.


John Hancock, who owns City
Beach Travel and Choice, said
the group was in celebration
mode.
He said the award recognised
Travellers Choices unique culture and its members focus on
customer service.
City Beach Travel and Cruise
is immensely proud to be part
of Travellers Choice, a travel
agency group that brings to-

gether Australias leading travel


agents, John said.
This award is the Australian
travel industrys highest
accolade and it recognises
the outstanding efforts that
Travellers Choice and its
members continually invest in
the development and delivery
of outstanding service to all our
customers.
The company is owned entirely by its members.

West Coast Eagles legends Josh Hill, Xavier Ellis, Jamie Bennell and Phil
Narkle put their support behind Run for Reconciliation 2015.

T-shirts for reconciliation

Some runners in this years


City to Surf on August 30 will
be wearing distinctive Run for
Reconciliation (R4R) T-shirts.
Last year, for the rst time, 120
Indigenous and non-Indigenous
people ran and walked together
as part of R4R.
This year, the project founders
Reconciliation WA, ICEA and
Indigenous Consulting Group
are aiming to have 1500 City
to Surf runners also registered
as Runners for Reconciliation.
The City to Surf is one of
the largest events in WA and
there was no recognition of
Aboriginal people or the concept
of reconciliation, Kali Balint,
CEO of Indigenous Consulting
Group said.
We thought this was a re-

ally important place to bring


the issue of reconciliation into
public focus.
The City to Surf will be on
Sunday, August 30, and whether
it is in the marathon, halfmarathon, 12km or 4km event,
individuals of all levels and
backgrounds are encouraged
to be a part of the R4R team.
ICEA founder Lockie Cooke
said of last years turnout: On
the day, it was such an amazing
experience, we had people from
all over Perth coming together
as volunteers, runners and also
as supporters.
We had people from the
Kimberley, the Wheatbelt, and
from Perth.
To register for Run for
Reconciliation, visit http://run4reconciliation.com.au.

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Claremont
The winners of
Saturdays triples
competition were Des
Lynch, Maria DAngelo
and Peter Channer.
The runners-up were
Patricia Hubbard,
Derek Dimbleby and
Norm Underwood.
The winners of
Saturdays pairs competition were Barry
Caporn and Ireton
Parker from Rick
Kendall and Tommy
Armstrong.
The final of Sundays
scroungers resulted
in a draw, with Ian
Thomson winning the
play-off by a very small
margin from Francis
Hourquebie.

Dalkeith
Nedlands
Last Tuesday saw
a hardy group of
players facing the
elements in a mixed
bowls event that was
won by Peter Norris,
Anne Clements, Maria
DAngelo and Marg
Campbell, with +5.
They were followed
by Pauline House,
David Ironside and
Wendy OMeehan,
with a closely fought
+1.

Thursday mixed ups


were indeed memorable Macca was back.
The ladies screamed
hysterically and threw
themselves at his feet.
I have returned!
he boomed as they
gnawed his ankles.
He then went forth
and lost his game and
went away again.
The winners of
the day were George
Klug, Pauline House
and Pete Smyth on
a count-back with
+12, followed by
David Steinberg, Ross
McLean and Pete
Wiesner, then Ross
Donald, Tony Quinlan
and Ken Brooke with
a tight +3.
There is no report
from the ladies for
Friday, so it appears
they did not get past
lunch again.
On Saturday, the
selector announced
to all who rang in
that the weather was
atrocious and unsuitable for bowls, which
meant the sun came
out shortly afterwards
and a beautiful afternoon followed.
Joel Steinberg is in
Greece, apparently on
a club-funded study
tour. With the falling
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In the final game of
the second series of
indoor pennants at
Innaloo, Jenni Lush,
Deirdre Duncan,
Margaret Gawler and
Usha Nigam went
down in a good game.
Their opposition,
Innaloo, scored a
seven on the fourth
end but the Hollywood
ladies fought back
to be all square
on the 14th end.
Unfortunately,
Innaloo went on to
win the last four ends
for a 16/22 result.
It was a different story for Anne
Ormsby, Nada Bonny,
Alannah Brindley and
Betsy Tapley, who lost
13/31.
Anyway, they said
the lunch was very
nice.
At home on
Thursday, a small
field took to the green
for Thursdays threebowl pairs.
Robbie Blythe and
Colin Graves were
outstanding, with two
convincing wins.
The pair of Alan
Brindley and Laurie

Ward, who had the


highest points for the
first game and then
hit the Berlin Wall
in the second, carried
enough points to take
out second place.
John Hall and Leigh
Fitzpatrick lost concentration in the first
game, but after a nice
cup of tea at half-time
they settled down
to build up enough
points to claim the
china ware.
The rumour that
four inmates had
escaped from the
asylum and were seen
at the bowling club on
Saturday afternoon
was just that.
They were the pair
of Ron Wilkie and
Ray Fells, who took
on Graeme Gerrans
and Alan Brindley in
a game of pairs, with
the Gerrans/Brindley
combination proving
to be too strong.
Sunday mornings
sunny weather enticed
three players on to
the green for a game
of scroungers.
Vern Jones and Alex
Gryta were testing
each other out while
Alan Brindley was
drawing the odd counter to confuse them.
The title of king
scrounger went to
Vern with 24pts, followed closely by Alex
on 20 while Alan got a
commendable 12.

Perth opera lovers


can hear classical arias
and duets sung by talented performers in the
beautiful surroundings
of Government House
Ballroom this Sunday.

Jennifer Barrington
will be joined by Ileana
Rinaldi and Jun Zhang
in an afternoon of
opera at Government
House.

Opera singers Jennifer


Barrington, Ileana Rinaldi
and Jun Zhang, accompanied by Caroline Badnall
on piano, will present the
afternoon of song at 2pm this
Sunday, August 16.
The performers will mingle with the guests at the
afternoon tea.
All the singers have performed together before
and have a great working
rapport.
The concert, which
will include a sumptuous afternoon tea, is
hosted by Soroptimist International Maylands Peninsula
as a fundraiser.
Soroptimist International
supports women and girls in
the community and all proceeds go directly to support
community projects.
The Maylands group has
provided financial help,
mentoring and friendship
for more than 50 women
studying educational and
self-development courses at
Tuart College and at tertiary
institutions.
They have also sponsored
three workshops in partnership with the Alternatives to
Violence Project WA.
Tickets to the concert
are $65 each, including the
afternoon tea.
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or phone Jane on 9446 5751.

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When The Beatles
jammed with
SARAH McNEILL

Only a handful of people


still alive today remember
the day in 1965 when the
Beatles met Elvis Presley.
Joe Esposito and
Jerry Schilling were
part of Elviss entourage,
nicknamed the Memphis
Mafia.
Joe had first met Elvis
when they both were in
the army in Germany in
1958 and he became the
singers bodyguard and
road manager. Now 77,
Joe is a part of a 50th
anniversary tribute show;
Elvis Meets the Beatles.
Joe and Jerry have
both contributed their
recollections of the only
time the worlds most
iconic musicians met.
The producer of the
show, Paul Fenech, is an
Elvis tribute artist who
regularly performs at his
own cabaret restaurant,
Elvis Pizza on Rushcutters
Bay in Sydney.
Paul is always looking
for new ways to promote
the music of Elvis and
when he realised this was
the anniversary year of the
unrecorded jam session
between the Fab Four and
the King of Rock n Roll,
he set the wheels in motion
for an international show.

Elvis

Planning began several


years ago to bring together
on stage the worlds best
Elvis performer, Chris
Connor from the UK, and
Las Vegas Beatles tribute
band, Forever Fab.
Together they will
perform the artists biggest
hits from the mid-60s to
the early 70s and re-create
on stage the jam session of
joint hits and covers that
they all performed and
recorded.
Joe Esposito brought
the Beatles to Elviss
house. He recalled:
They just didnt
say anything. They
kept looking at him. Elvis
kept looking around. He
didnt know what to say.
To break the ice, Elvis
got out a few guitars and
they sat around and played
some old 50s songs.
The Beatles were in awe
of Elvis but he loved their
music, Joe explained. He
recorded three of their
songs. He thought they
were great songwriters.
The concert is narrated
by Joe via a pre-recorded
video.
Paul said: Joe is not too
good these days and his
memory is fading. Jerry
[Schilling], who still lives
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arts

Dancing is the star


Dirty Dancing
Crown Theatre
Closes September 6

REVIEW: SARAH McNEILL

When a book or a film


in this case a film is
transposed to the stage,
it demands the question,
what can staging add to it?

The answer with Dirty


Dancing is, not much.
There was little in the
way of character development or substantial plot
in the 1987 film, but that
was never really the point.
Eleanor Bergsteins semiautobiographical story is
a teenage rite-of-passage
holiday resort romance set

When The Beatles


jammed with Elvis
cover

story

From page 63

in the house Elvis gave


him, helped fill in a lot of
detail.
Paul said, Its an eerie
feeling talking to people
who actually knew Elvis.
I have to talk business but
then I let my inner boy out
and I get so excited hearing
about him.
He said Chris Connor
was the spitting image of
Elvis in the 70s.

He looks, sounds and


moves like him, he said.
Chris tours the world
with his World Famous
Elvis show and recently
won The Worlds Best
Elvis title.
Backing this historical
event will be a small
orchestra and a 50-voice
choir.
Elvis meets The

Beatles is at HBF
Stadium (formerly
Challenge Stadium) at
Perry Lakes on Friday,
August 28. Book through
Ticketmaster.

to her favourite 60s dirty


dancing music.
In this 10th anniversary
stage production, director
James Powell reproduces
the look and feel of the
film. The show is full of
energetic and fabulously
dirty dancing, but the
short, speedy, and sometimes pointless vignette
scenes never allow the
stage show to have its own
life.
The filmic element is
retained with video projections of the settings around
the resort hotel and a
couple of laugh-out-loud
ridiculous front projections
as Johnny Castle teaches
Baby Houseman the allimportant lift in a field
of long grass and a pool of
water.

The talented young dancers burn the stage with


their sizzling moves, led
by Kurt Phelan as dance
teacher Johnny Castle and
the outstanding Maddie
Peat as his dance partner,
Penny.
Kirby Burgess has the
right balance of naivety,
teenage clumsiness and
youthful ideologies as
Frances Baby Houseman.
Classically-trained Mark
Vincent belts out a few of
the songs as Billy, including the one the audience
waits all night for The
Time of Your Life.

Kurt Phelan and Maddie


Peat give Dirty Dancing
meaning
Photo: Jimlee

A winning show about


the worlds losers
All That Glitters
The Last Great Hunt
Blue Room theatre
Closes August 29

REVIEW: SARAH McNEILL

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Elvis Presleys bodyguard Joe Esposito was there when


Elvis jammed with the Beatles.

utnabout
Faberg: A Life of Its
Own
Cinema Paradiso, James Street,
Northbridge
Saturday and
Sunday,
August 15
and 16 at
1pm
With unprecedented access to Fabergs
greatest creations, leading Faberg experts and
descendants of the Faberg
family, this documentary tells
the fascinating story behind
the most prestigious name in
luxury.

Sculpture by the Sea,


Cottesloe
Emerging, established and
aspiring artists are invited to
submit ideas for pre-selection
for the next exhibition on
Cottesloe beach
March 4 to 20, 2016
For the first time, Sculpture

ARTS
by the Sea will cover the
costs for site crew to install
and remove sculptures and
heavy equipment costs for all
artists.
Cottesloe council has once
again committed to acquire
a sculpture for the towns
collection.

Nanga Music Festival


2015
Dwellingup
October 9 to 11
Earlybird ticket sales now
open
$110 buys you three nights
and two days of fabulous
folk surrounded by jarrah
forest.
Festival highlights include
Mal Webb,
All Our Exes
Live in Texas
and Kimberley
musician John Bennett.
www.nangamusic.org.au

and there are plenty of


opinions, protests, postings
and #humanrights debates,
all putting compassion and
caring on public display.
But what are we really
doing in this country about
asylum seekers and the
rights of refugees?
The Last Great Hunt a
collective of Perths most
talented and inventive
young theatre makers ask
the audience to feel under
their seats and see if they
are the winners of free

The Last Great Hunt: Hunters Chris Isaacs, Jeffrey Jay


Fowler, Arielle Gray and Adriane Daff hunt for action and
empathy. Photo: Jamie Breen

human rights ...


Didnt win anything?
Never mind, neither have
our asylum seekers.
Though the subject
matter of this glittering
production is serious,
Hunter Chris (Isaacs),

direct

I am in a
terrible
situation,
still stunned
Wayne & Tamara
I ended up
here. My boyfriend of
one year, the only man
Paying my bills and
Ive ever been madly
getting out of bed in
in love with, began
the morning can be
displaying signs of verbal challenging, much less
and emotional abuse
finding the inner strength
seven months into our
to break a powerful
relationship.
addiction to a destructive
As I write this he is
relationship.
asleep in my bedroom.
But that is precisely
Last month I tried to
what I must do. I feel like
end the relationship five
someone has asked me to
times. I always go back
climb Mt Everest with
to him and hate myself
one hand tied behind my
for it.
back.
I am working with
The lack of sleep brings
a psychologist to
me to my knees, and my
understand why this
boyfriend is a comforting
keeps happening.
presence in spite of his
The main reason I
episodes of ugliness.
cannot end it is a longI am not close to my
standing battle with
family and they live
severe insomnia. The
interstate. I have little
chronic lack of sleep is
support here.
debilitating.
I am so tired, just

answers

Hunter Arielle (Gray),


Hunter Adriane (Daff)
and Hunter Jeffrey (Jay
Fowler), have created a
fast, furious and funny
parody on Australian
opinion and empathy that
has you laughing long
getting through the
day is often all I can
manage.
Ive been following
your column for a
long time and would
appreciate words
of wisdom to see me
through this dark chapter
in my life.
Deana
Deana, you
write of two
problems. One,
insomnia, and
two, a boyfriend.
Youre working on number
two with professional help,
so far without success. You
dont mention receiving
professional help for
problem number one.
Insomnia distorts reality.
So the first thing to do is
to get yourself to someone
who deals with serious
sleep disorders. It doesnt
matter what it costs.
A good nights sleep is

before you realise you


should be crying.
Clad in fabulous gold
lam jumpsuits and
sprayed with gold glitter,
they are determined to
stage a play that will make
a difference and save
lives.
Satirical humour
and pathos are close
companions in a piece
that bubbles with political
ideologies that cleverly run
short of becoming didactic.
The whole show is an
intelligent, engaging,
funny and subtly moving
statement about tribalism
and racism, performed by a
top-notch cast.
Dont miss it.
priceless.
You have to find
someone you can go
to. You have to get the
insomnia, which is a
physical condition, under
control.
Be totally honest with
the person you see. I am
debilitated. My lack of
sleep has put me in harms
way.
Your insomnia must be
treated first because it may
be the cure for everything
else in your life.
Insomnia colours
everything: your view of
the city, your view of your
support system, your view
of your boyfriend. Sleep
is the foundation of good
physical and mental health.
It is the time when the
body repairs.
Which came first, your
boyfriend behaving badly
or the insomnia? Deal with
what came first.
Wayne & Tamara

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arts

Art bids will be music to young ears


SARAH McNEILL

That was the best 40


minutes of my life in 10
years of living ... I wish I
could play the keyboard
... I want to get a trumpet
... I want to learn the
saxophone ... I want to
be like you ... I put my
hand up so much it hurt ...
awesome ... fantastic and
funny ...
Comments like these
from children in remote
schools all around WA
confirm how valuable and
engaging Musica Vivas
school music program is.
Musica Viva WA state
manager Lindsay Lovering
said the program had been
rated among the top 10 in
the world for engaging and
teaching children.
To ensure that musicians
can continue to go out and
perform in WAs remotest
of schools, not-for-profit

Musica Viva holds an an


annual art auction.
Lindsay said: With
financial constraints
and increased costs, this
fundraiser is vital.
A rare Rodin bronze
sculpture, signed Picasso
lithographs, a Salvador
Dali print, a Joan Miro
suite of seven signed
lithographs, and a
signed Alexander Calder
exhibition poster are
among the extraordinary
items that come up for
auction next weekend.
As they prepared for
Musica Vivas annual
fundraiser, Lindsay
and art adviser Alan
Dodge, former director
of the Art Gallery of WA,
recalled their own school
experiences.
Lindsay remembers the
WA Symphony Orchestra
coming to his school to
play The Teddy Bears

Alan Dodge and Lindsay Lovering with a Salvador Dali print


that goes up for auction next Sunday. Photo: Paul McGovern
Salvador Dali: The Last Comer of the Planet (1974).

Picnic (Henry Hall). The


experience prompted him
take up the flute and years
later he was playing in
WASO.
American-born Alan
learnt the trumpet but is

more grateful to his music


teacher for introducing
him to opera by insisting
that he could not criticise
it until he had listened to it
properly.
I listened to every single

opera recording in the


South Portland library,
said Alan, now a dedicated
opera fan.
At the auction next
Sunday, Alan will
introduce the works to go
under the hammer with a
talk on collecting art.
Auctioneer John Cook
from WA Art Auctions
has acquired most of the
works for the auction,
which include the museumquality Rodin bronze a
posthumous work from the
famous Rudier Foundry
that would usually sell for
around $125,000.
Thats our secret
weapon, John said. This
one has been given to me
to sell on consignment with
half going to a charity of
my choice. I chose Musica
Viva.
He puts an estimate of
$30,000 to $50,000 on it
but said it is being offered

unreserved to the highest


bidder.
A total of 50 works are
going under the hammer,
including pieces by
Robert Juniper, Pro Hart,
Pippin Drysdale, William
Boissevain and Murray
Gill.
Lindsay said of the
fundraiser: A big hurdle
we face here in WA is
distance, and all funds
raised at the auction will
help us inspire teachers
and students through live
music performance.
Musica Vivas art

auction is on Sunday,
August 23, from 3 to 5pm
at the Wilkinson Gallery,
Claremont Showgrounds.
Auction items will be
available for viewing on
Saturday, August 22,
between 11am and 4pm
and on Sunday from
11am.

Manipulating memory

The difference
between false
memories and
true ones is
the same as
for jewels: it
is always the
false ones that
look the most
real, the most
brilliant.

SARAH McNEILL

Memories. We all have


them, share them, alter
them, manipulate them and
lose them.
Memory is a fragile thing,
says screenwriter Mark
Walsh. Every time you
remember an event you are
really only remembering the
last time you thought of it.
Memory lies at the heart
of Marks play, Latitudes.
It was inspired by stories from his own familys
history, when the sudden
death of a relative prompted conflicting memories
from other family members
to assuage guilt and deflect
fault.
Latitudes explores the
dangerous, unreliable and
distant memories of three
women: or rather the same
woman at three stages of

Salvador Dali

Mikala Westall directs a new play that explores the boundaries of memory.

her life, 15, 35 and 55.


What would you say to
your 15-year-old self? What
does a 15-year-old want to
know about her future?
The play is screen and
prose writer Marks first,
and has been developed
with long-time friend,
writer and director Mikala
Westall, winner of this
years Fringe World
Emerging Artist award.
Mikala said: Mark and
I have always been fascinated by the notion of
memory and the fact that
you cant control other
peoples memories, but you
can manipulate them.
The play is set in a surreal, abstract world, on an
island where there are no
ephemera to prompt memory. As the three women
stand on the shore looking at grotesque creatures

wanting to feed on them,


they are aware that their
memories are hungry for
the truth.
Mikala said the play was
billed as horror, but not
because it was a blood n
guts story but rather one
of creeping menace and
heightened suspense.
Latitudes turns horror and mystery on their
heads, she said.
Under the direction
of Mikala, Latitudes is
produced by new theatre
company The Lost Boys,
which was nominated for
this years Fringe Festivals
best new work and best
theatre with its debut
work, Moving On.
Latitudes is at the
Blue Room theatre from
August 18 to September
5. Book through the Blue
Room on 9227 7005.

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Enjoy a recital and live longer


SARAH McNEILL

New York pianist and


raconteur Evans Haile is a
passionate advocate of the
business of the arts.
So he readily accepted
an invitation from Steven
Roth, chief executive of
the WA Ballet to perform
a fundraising piano concert
in Perth.
Evans, who is currently
artistic director of the
Gainesville Orchestra in
Florida, and director of the
Cape Playhouse on Cape
Cod (where Broadway
goes to in the summer),
and of Opera North in
New Hampshire, says the
arts are more important
than ever before.

The arts are a shared experience says pianist and raconteur Evans Haile.

Despite being able to


communicate instantly and
constantly, people are more
disconnected than ever.
Take a moment, he

insisted, speaking by phone


from New Hampshire.
Put down the phone, close
the iPad and shut down
the computer and get out

and do something with


other people. The arts are a
shared experience.
He said the concert he
would perform in Perth

The strings of friendship


Perth violinist Rebecca

Canadian violist Emilie


Grimes is visiting Perth for
only a couple of weeks.

Glorie was accepted into


the WA Conservatorium
at the age of 15, and was a
casual member of the WA
Symphony Orchestra at 17.
In 2013, Rebecca took up
a six-month contract with
the Vancouver Symphony
Orchestra, where she met
and became firm friends
with violist Emilie Grimes.
Emilie has a masters
degree from the Juilliard
School of Music in New
York and has been a
member of the Vancouver
Symphony Orchestra since
2012.
Emilie is visiting Rebecca

in Perth and they have


decided to perform together in Chimera Ensembles
Fusion concert at 3pm
this Sunday, August 16, at
Trinity College, East Perth.
They will be joined by
Rebeccas sister, violinist Andrea Mendham,

cellist Melinda Forsythe


and pianist Lisa Rowntree
and will play Kodalys
Duo for Violin and Cello,
Borodins beloved String
Quartet No. 2 and Brahms
Piano Quartet in G minor.
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He will perform at
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August 20, at 7.30pm.
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the winemakers, vineyard
sizes, opening times and
contact details.
Published by Hardie
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Wine Companion 2016 by
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around $40.

company employees.
The arts are a really
good financial investment,
he said.
As he returned to his
final dress rehearsal for
Opera Norths production
of West Side Story, Evans
parting shot was; When
we see a live performance
we feel better, we look
better and we live longer!

life by the
Great Southern
heroes

Keenly anticipated
each year by winemakers,
collectors and wine
lovers, the Halliday Wine
Companion compiled by
respected wine critic and
vigneron James Halliday,
is recognised as the
industry benchmark.
More than 8900 wines
were tasted for the 2016
edition, which has just
been released.
The Halliday Wine
Companion provides
detailed tasting notes and
points for 3859 wines,
and ratings on another

was one he had devised


and performed all over the
world to remind people
that the arts were fun and
entertaining and connected
to people.
In between playing
Gershwin, Chopin, Strauss
and his favourite, the fiery
Cuban Ernesto Lecuona,
Evans tells stories.
His favourite is that his
piano teachers teacher
was a student of Chopin.
Chopin gave that teacher a
pendant which was given
to Evans teacher who
passed it on to Evans
and all of a sudden 200
years of arts is yesterday.
Believing that close
community relations and
good business go hand-inhand with the arts, Evans
said that four companies
had recently opened up
new offices in Gainesville
because of the cultural
and artistic life the
Florida city could offer

Howard Park, Frankland


Estate, Alkoomi, West Cape
Howe, Castelli, Forest Hill and
Harewood Estate are just a
few.
The recently-released James
Halliday Wine Companion
confirmed this, with
these wineries picking up
impressive scores up into the
high 90s.
Iconic wines such as
Houghtons Jack Mann
(James Halliday 95 points),
Larry Cherubinos Cabernet
(James Halliday 98pts) and
Howard Parks Abercrombie
Cabernet (James Halliday
96pts) all hail from the Great
Southern region.
At 20,000 square
kilometres and taking in the
Porongurups, Mt Barker,
Albany, Denmark and
Frankland River, the Great
Southern is geographically
not only WAs biggest wine
region, but also the biggest in
Australia.
These sub-regions produce
wines that clearly express
their own terroirs, and are
populated by winemakers
and viticulturists intent on
creating wines that best speak
of the ground from which
they spring.
Varieties produced in the
Great Southern span riesling,
chardonnay, malbec and
tempranillo, as well as the
successful cabernets and pinot
noirs.
This Saturday, August 15,
wine writer Ray Jordan

hosts a dinner titled The


Brave, The Tried and the True
at the Hyatt in Perth, with
the aim of showcasing and
discussing the heroes and
emerging heroes of the Great
Southern. Tickets are $120
and include a selection of
modern and traditional Great
Southern wines matched with
a contemporary regional
menu prepared by chef Mark
Sainsbury and his team.
For tickets, call the Hyatt on
9225 1204.

Wine of the Week:


2014 West Cape Howe
Tempranillo
Perth Hills and
Frankland River
This wine certainly
delivers. More
delicate and
less tannic than
expected, it opens
with bright red
raspberries and
blood plums,
sarsaparilla and
cranberry. The wine has great
structure. The tannins are
earthy and balanced giving it
a generous, chewy character
and there is spicy white
pepper and a touch of star
anise through the finish. This
is serious enough to take to
dinner, yet delicious enough
to drink alone.
$20. 93 points.

ERIN LARKIN
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Embracing the Raw experience

Up-and-coming performance artists


and singers take the spotlight.

Perths best emerging


talent will come together
for a showcase spanning
fashion, hair, makeup, music, visual and
performing arts.
Raw hosts events in cities
across the US, Canada,
the UK and Australia, and
Raw Perth presents the
third in this years series of
emerging arts showcases,
called Paramount.
Showcase director
Kristen Wehlow said:
Art shouldnt be locked
in galleries and private
collections, it should be
thrown open to everyone,
embraced, talked about
widely and passionately by
people of all walks of life.
Through art we can
discover who we are, look
at where we have come
from and where we should
be going.
From 7pm on Thursday,
August 20, at the
Rosemount Hotel in
Fitzgerald Street, North
Perth, Paramount will
bring together more than
60 local emerging artists
with art, photography,
jewellery and fashion stalls,
parades, entertainment and
live music.
Book through www.
RAWartists.org/perth/
paramount, or buy tickets
at the door.

Me first attitude sparks new play


In 2012, a non-profit
organisation in the
Netherlands went public
with a plan to colonise the
planet Mars by the year
2025.
Although widely
criticised by scientists,

engineers and aerospace


professionals, Mars One
has received more than
200,000 applications from
people around the world
vying to be Earths first
true spacefarers.
This ambitious adventure

WAAPA Third Year Acting students. Photo: Jon Green

provided the inspiration


for a new play, The Mars
Project, written and directed by Will OMahoney.
It centres on a young
girl, Wren, who, after
attending a life-changing
seminar, decides to go to

Mars whatever it takes.


The Mars Project looks to
unravel the absurdities of a
me first age.
It will be performed
by the WA Academy
of Performing Arts
(WAAPA) third year acting students at the State
Theatre Centre rehearsal
studio 2 from Saturday to
Thursday, August 22 to 27.
Book through Ticketek.
Following its sold-out
season of the hit musical
Legally Blonde at the Regal
Theatre, WAAPAs music
theatre department has gone
to the dark side for its next
musical, Carrie The Musical.
Originally a 1973 novel
by acclaimed horror fiction
writer Stephen King, the
horror story about troubled
adolescence, full of rage
and blood-soaked revenge,
gained international fame
through the 1976 film starring Sissy Spacek.
Carrie, performed by
WAAPAs graduating
music theatre students,
opens on Saturday, August
22, in the Geoff Gibbs
Theatre and runs until
Saturday, August 29.

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What the critics are saying


Iris (M)

Maysles portrait of Iris Apfel, a


93-year-old self-described geriatric
starlet, is surprisingly memorable,
graced with an unforced but
unmistakable charm, says the LA
Times. The Hollywood Reporter agrees:
What makes the sharp-as-a-tack
nonagenarian Apfel such splendid
company is that beneath the busy
prints and multi-layered accessories
is a woman who is less an eccentric
than an ineffably sane, sensible
commentator on her own colourful life
and the world she inhabits.

Last Cab to Darwin (M)

Offing oneself has never been


more winning than it is in Last Cab
to Darwin, director Jeremy Sims
(Beneath Hill 60) wryly comic tale,
according to the Hollywood Reporter,
in which the director wrings gentle
pleasures from this most unlikely
of subjects. The SMH calls it a
vivid portrait of outback life at an
unspecified time that blends past and
present. Sims taps into an Australia
thats familiar ... colourful and
nostalgic, without baulking at showing
the racism that also exists.

Average star ratings

Cult memoir
Actor Ryan Corr will be at Luna
Leederville on Wednesday, August 26,
before heading south to CinefestOz for
the screening of his new film, Holding
the Man.
The film is based on Timothy
Conigraves cult-classic memoir.
Ryan stars as Timothy Conigrave in
the touching story of the 15-year love
affair with the boy he fell in love with
at high school, footballer John Caleo
(Craig Stott).
Their relationship endured prejudice
and adversity.
Holding the Man will screen at Luna
Leederville at 6.30pm and a Q&A with
Ryan will follow.
Ryan will then walk the CinefestOz
red carpet at the films premiere
screening on August 27 at the Margaret
River Cultural Centre.
CinefestOz film festival runs from
August 26 to 30, in Bunbury, Busselton,
Dunsborough and the Margaret River.

Young inventor Reid Richards (Miles Teller) puts his teleporter machine to the test.

Nothing comic about comic book heroes


Fantastic Four (M)

REVIEW: PIER LEACH

Maybe its jinxed: Fantastic


Fours origin story, after the
already forgotten 2005 attempt
starring Jessica Alba, is anything but its titular superlative.
Hopes were high because its
cast is certainly fantastic. Miles
Teller (Whiplash), playing
earnest young inventor Reed
Richards, is a talented actor
who has shone since his breakout 2010 film Rabbit Hole.
Kate Mara, who plays young
scientist Sue Storm, thrilled
in televisions House of Cards
until Kevin Spacey threw her

under a train. And the final


two of the quartet, Michael B
Jordan (Fruitvale Station) and
Jamie Bell (Billy Elliot), are
also fine young actors.
But their efforts are unlikely
to secure the films scheduled
sequel a worse outcome than
even the 2005 version.
The films main problem,
especially at the end of the US
blockbuster season, is that it is
completely humourless. And if
youre going to forgo the kind
of fun recent comic book films
like Guardians of the Galaxy
and Ant-Man have traded on,
you need to give it an edge, like
Nolans dark, twisted Batman
films.
Fantastic Four has neither.

Instead, director Josh Trank


(Chronicle), working from a
script he wrote with Jeremy
Slater and Simon Kinberg, is
plodding.
After creating a home-made
teleporter machine in high
school, Reed is recruited by the
Baxter Institutes Dr Franklin
Storm (Reg Cathey) to refine
the technology with Storms
son Johnny (Jordan), adopted
daughter Sue (Mara), and the
portentously named Victor Von
Doom (Toby Kebbell).
Of course, their first human
experiment at interdimensional
travel goes pear-shaped, leaving Victor behind and transforming the others into various
superheros Reed with the

ability to stretch ridiculously,


Sue able to become invisible,
Ben (Bell) into a rock-like
hulk, and Johnny into a flying
fireball.
Von Doom, naturally, is the
powerful nemesis they find
when they go back to retrieve
Victor. But the special effects
are ho-hum, the action scenes
dull and the rote, pseudo-scientific jargon is plain ridiculous.
Tranks worst offence,
though, is failing to create a
world in which anyone can
emotionally invest either with
present-day realism (like the
Iron Man origin story) or pure
nostalgia (like Spider-Man).
In a superhero glut, it doesnt
even come close to super.

David
Rennie said,
Raw Coast
was captured
at 6.30am on
a dirty dingy
morning. I use
this image to
show that there
are ways to
come back with
unique and
pleasing photographs from
your trip.

MARVIN GAYE
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The Fitzgerald Coast
in southern WA takes in
an area of 12,872 square
kilometres and includes the
towns of Ravensthorpe,
Hopetoun and Munglinup.
It includes the Fitzgerald
River National Park, one

of the biggest and most


botanically significant
national parks in Australia,
and the most flora-rich
conservation area in WA.
Anyone can take a
photo, but to take one that
truly captures the depth
of colour, the breadth of
coastal scenery or grandeur of ancient mountains,
David Rennie can help.
David, Australian
Geographic ANZANG
nature photographer of
the year (2013), is heading

to the pristine Fitzgerald


Coast for a three-day photography field trip and seminar at the height of wildflower season, from Friday
to Sunday, September 25
to 27.
It is an area of extraordinary natural beauty from
ancient mountain ranges
and rocky hills to rugged
river valleys, estuaries and
vast pristine beaches.
The wildflowers attract
around 200 species of
birds, including some that

are rare and endangered.


The moon phase is perfect
at this time too, rising early
and leading up to a full
moon on the Monday.
Davids field trip includes
a park pass, local tour
guide and picnic packs.
Leading into the field
trip is a seminar on how
to get the absolute most
from your camera, finding
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For details go to www.
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SARAH McNEILL

Imagine floating
gently down river, while
musicians serenade you
from the boat ahead,
placing hundreds of tea
lights on the water to lead
you to a candlelit dinner on
a private island.
Imagine staying in
some of the worlds most
luxurious palaces, where
Indian maharajahs once
indulged in great excesses
of wealth.
Imagine stepping into
the worlds oldest built
monument, being part of the
uplifting and spiritual sufi
music festival or the candlelighting ceremony to Shiva.
Imagine stepping back
in time and, in Indias
biggest fort in Jodhpur,
placing your hand on the
red painted hand prints
of widows who followed
their husbands by leaping
out of the fort on to their
husbands funeral pyres.
The Incredible India
Tour Company has created
a leisurely, grand, rarefied
and refined tour of grand
and ancient India.
Organiser Anna
Kwiecinska said the
21-day-tour, at the height
of the wedding and festival

In Deogargh, stay with the current Royal family, art connoisseur Rawat Nahar Singhji, in his family castle, built in 1670.

season (Indias coolest


months) in February
next year, evolved from
the demands of people
who had begged to stay
longer in Indias exotic and
extravagant mansions, forts
and palaces, which now
serve as hotels.
British imperial writer
Rudyard Kipling had
described Jodhpurs
Mehrangarh, meaning fort
of the sun, as the work of
angels and giants.
Indias Grand Heritage
Tour takes in a visit to the
weavers of the famously
delicate and diaphanous

The Ahilya
Fort in
Maheshawar was
once the capital
of one of Indias
most celebrated
women-rulers.

Mehrangarh Fort dominates the blue city of Jodhpur.

maheshwari shawls,
Dungapurs seven-storeyed
fortress embellished with
miniature paintings glass
and mirrors,10th century
temples and the World Sufi

PHOTOGRAPHY

Music Festival.
Anna said that the
tour was designed in the
style that the residences
demanded; stylish, elegant
and picturesque and was

steeped in the rich history


of the country
This is a tour that will
spoil you for life, she said.
For more information, go
to www.theincredible
indiatourcompany.com.au.
Early bird booking
discounts apply until
August 31.

Anna is holding a free


information evening
about a summer season of
India tours at 6.15pm on
Tuesday, August 18, at the
Warehouse Cafe in Onslow
Road, Shenton Park.
For catering, call Anna
on 0424 220 960 to let her
know you are going.

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CHANGING HANDS

H I D E AWAY S

spotlighton
COTTESLOE

$385,000
114/14 McNamara Way
No renovators, please: the
kitchen and bathroom have
already been refurbished in
this one-bed apartment.
AGENT: Henry Willis and
Jennifer Rosenstein, Riverside.

Ocean views form an impressive backdrop to the encloseable balcony.

Oers invited for Alan Bonds mansion


3

Offers

3C Napier Street
No need to hop in the car to
get a coffee Beaches Cafe
is so close you can almost
smell the bacon cooking in the
morning.
AGENT: Marcus Sproule,
Mack Hall.

Offers
2 Ozone Parade
Designed by architect Tim
Wright, this home is advertised
in the $7million to $10million
range on aussiehome.com.
AGENT: Justin Davies,
Space Real Estate.

FAST FACTS
Median Cottesloe house
price: $1.85million.
Properties for sale: 62

It has a more practical dimension to


it than most beachside mansions,
and plenty to boast about

4 Hawkstone Street
COTTESLOE
Oers by August 28
Acton Cottesloe

or now, the most interesting room in the


house Alan Bond built is
the study.
Once the movers have
done their job it will be
the glamorous atrium, or
perhaps the elegant main
bedroom but until then, a
walk through the study feels
like a tour of WA history.
A letter from Ronald
Reagan congratulating
Bond for his Americas Cup
victory hangs on the wall,
next to paintings of yachts
and a commemorative
group photo of the Bond
University board.
In the adjoining foyer, a
painting of a boxing kangaroo surrounded by US flags
makes quite a statement to
visitors.
As he did in life, Alan
Bond makes his presence
felt even in his absence.

His private paradise


is being sold by his daughter, Acton Cottesloes Jody
Fewster, who is surprisingly comfortable with the
prospect.
Home has always been
where the family is to us,
she says.
This house is full of
fantastic memories ... but
Dads not here, so it wont
be hard.
Built on a 727sq.m block,
the lavish home was the
result of a lifetime of experience.
Whatever he liked about
other houses he included,
and whatever annoyed him
he ironed out.
As a result it has a more
practical dimension to it
than most beachside mansions, and plenty to boast
about.
Two big guest suites lie
near the entrance, with
identical layouts.

Each has a built-in robe


and an ensuite, but the
front one has a nautical
theme while the other is
reminiscent of the Far East.
Out in the adjoining
atrium, a circular mezzanine surrounds a two-storey
void to create a lasting
impression.
The expansive main
suite is upstairs, sporting an
ensuite, a walk-in robe and
an English palace theme.
A walk from the main
suite takes you past a
carpeted library before
arriving at the top-floor
living area, which includes
a well-appointed kitchen,
separate dining room and
gas fireplace.
An encloseable alfresco
balcony is adjacent, offering views of the ocean and
the pool.
Offers are sought in the
range of $4.5million to
$5million.

A circular mezzanine crowns the homes lavish atrium.

Enjoy summer meals under the vine-covered dome in the


alfresco courtyard.

FOR LEASE

17/1 Corkhill Street, North Fremantle


$1,400 per week
UNIQUE LUXURY LIFE THE MOORINGS
Enjoying a secure entrance and boasting a massive 136m2 river front
terrace and reticulated garden, with direct river and parkland access, this
two bedroom plus study/ 3rd bedroom luxury apartment has more internal
features than can be listed. The immaculately presented common areas are
incomparable to anything in Perth, with a massive lap pool, well-appointed
gym, huge entertainment room and an all-weather tennis court.
This is a place that many desire and few have the privilege to enjoy. A place
where life at home becomes a daily lifestyle escape. This is a place where
with utmost pride, you could call HOME.

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p. 9284 4008
m. 0411 833 579
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$2,000,088
FLOREAT
12 Dumfries Road
Its all about resort-style living
in this 6x3, west of the Floreat
Forum.
AGENT: Bev Heymans,
Acton Cottesloe.

$2.15million
DALKEITH
8 Stephanie Street
This big family home, with
four bedrooms and two
bathrooms, is opposite
Mason Gardens.
AGENT: Mark Anderson,
Anderson Davies.

$3.9million
CLAREMONT
27 Airlie Street
The 2300sq.m block was
a big selling point for this
home, with a tennis court,
pool and studio.
AGENT: Joan Gebbie,
Acton Dalkeith.

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5

11 View Street
PEPPERMINT GROVE
Oers from $6million
Acton Cottesloe

othing quite says grand like


perfectly manicured hedges
and limestone-flanked gates, and
as you pass those at the entrance
to this homes front garden, you
know you can expect the best.
In this case, the best is a colossal residence, designed by
Philippa Mowbray Architects
to cater for a big familys needs
with unwavering elegance.
Delicate timber-framed picture windows and French doors
capitalise on the northern sun
and river glimpses offered by
the 1400sq.m site.
The colour palette, though
neutral, is enhanced by a striking
interplay of natural materials.

Philippa Mowbray
Architects designed the
home to cater for a big
familys needs
The stone staircase is trimmed
in dark timber, which echoes
the door frames and windows
throughout.
At the rear of the home, pale
timber floors and cabinets lend
the open-plan living and kitchen
area a distinctly laid-back feel.
From here, three sets of wide
sliding doors open to the alfresco
area, complete with a built-in
barbecue, where you can dine
among the frangipani trees.
You can follow the stone path
that cuts through the landscaped
garden, past the solar-heated
pool and spa, to the vegetable
patch.
It really is the perfect entertaining and play area for
all ages, selling agent Bev
Heymans, of Acton Cottesloe,
said.
On the top floor, the master
suite has river glimpses from its
balcony and a luxurious ensuite
that is decked out in stone with

The pool and alfresco areas were made with family entertaining in mind.
subtle timber accents.
The five minor bedrooms all
have built-in-robes and share
another two bathrooms.
If youre a fan of the great
outdoors, youll love the basement level that houses a threecar garage, cellar and ample
storage for all the gadgets and
camping gear.

Pendant lights and a stone breakfast bar make this the ideal setting for
a relaxed family meal.

With private schools at each end


of the street, its easy to see why
this is one of the most sought-after
areas for families.

FAST FACTS
Median Mosman Park
price: $1.2 million
Properties for sale: 105

The formal living area is the picture of elegance, thanks to a stone fireplace and timber french doors.

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home is perfectly appointed for contemporary in/outdoor entertaining. It is peacefully
situated just a short stroll to Cottesloe Beach, and so very close to The Village shopping
and dining precinct. Transport is also on your doorstep.
Immaculately presented with high ceilings throughout
Flexible dual level oorplan
Spacious open-plan living area plus upstairs lounge
Sun soaked alfresco with built in BBQ and feature pool
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Reno ... Queensland-style


They must be a crazy lot in
Queensland, where potential buyers
are considering renovating a rundown house with rotting timber
walls, a caved-in veranda and
a collapsed floor. But they do
things differently in banana-bender
territory (think Joh Bjelke-Petersen,
Clive Palmer, cane toads, the big
banana/pineapple/rum bottle).
Agent Gunther Behrendt, of Ray
White, Stones Corner, said he was
surprised by the number of people
who wanted to renovate the threebedroom house at 50 Deighton
Road, Dutton Park. Its being
auctioned on August 22, at 1pm.
We had the first home open or
land open last Saturday, with
21 groups through, Mr Behrendt
said. Some people are thinking
about keeping the house because
its built on the boundary. If it was
knocked down, you wouldnt be
able to build in the same position.
So how much does he think it will go
for? In Queensland, we cant give
an auction price guide like they do
in other states. All I can say is the
median house price for the suburb is
$755,000. For more details, phone
0418 310 091.

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real estate news. Please email julie@postnewspapers.com.au.
and a lake. It has a pool, a new
oak kitchen and a new bathroom
on the top floor. An old barn was
converted to a covered terrace,
which serves as an open-air living
room. Original beams, wooden
shutters and Roman-style tiles add
to the charming feel of the house.
Its on the market for 466,000 euros
(about $700,000) and this includes
the agents fee. For more details,
email cisca.spencer@iinet.net.au.

For the price of an apartment in Subi,


you can buy this five-bedroom stone
cottage in the South of France.

South of France for


$700,000

Renovate or
detonate, says
the agent selling
62 Watkins Road,
Dalkeith.

Love it or flatten it

There are many things Cisca


Spencer, of Dalkeith, will miss when
she sells her much-loved holiday
house in the South of France. It is
such a romantic property, reached
by a small forest road, with glimpses
of the valley below, Cisca said.
Cisca and her husband bought the
house, Laspeyres Basses, about
seven years ago, and have had
many wonderful family holidays
there. We spent many evenings
sitting on the terrace watching the
light fade across the valley, she
said. One of the best things about
the house is its location near walks
through steep river valleys and
fields of sunflowers, wheat, maize
and stone fruit. But now its time
for another family to enjoy the
big five-bedroom, three-bathroom
stone house, between Agen and
Villeneuve-sur-Lot (near Toulouse).
Almost every room in the house
has a superb view across the valley

Acton Cottesloe agent Jody


Fewster didnt mince her words
when she described 62 Watkins
Road, Dalkeith: It will be love at
first sight, or youll be calling in
the bulldozers. Offers close on
August 25 for the Cape Dutch-style
home designed by architect Alfred
John Naude. It has a sunroom,
two mezzanine studies and a big
landholding of 1316sq.m. The fourbedroom and three-bathroom home
might tickle your renovating fancy,
Ms Fewster said. It has palatial
proportions and strong European
styling with great natural light,
quirky charm and impressive tripleheight ceilings.

Bachelor on the block


If youre an auctioneer and
you dont want to sell your own
property, who do you call? Bachelor
star Blake Garvey, of course. Last
weekend, Mr Garvey auctioned 2

Dunkeld Street, Floreat, on behalf of


a local agent. After bidding reached
$1.31million, the auction stopped
... well kind of. The property wasnt
passed in, according to agent Vivien
Yap, of LJ Hooker Claremont. It
was carried over, Ms Yap said.
The owner wanted to do it that
way so we could keep dealing with
buyers. Weve got offers well over
$1.31million. The 1960s home,
designed by architect Geoffrey
Summerhayes, is on a 916sq.m
site. In the same suburb, a blockvalue home at 42 Alderbury Street

was knocked down to a final bid


of $1.2million. Adrian Abel and
Michael Hallam, of Abel McGrath,
sold the 1001sq.m property. Mr
Hallam said July was traditionally
a quiet month. Its busier in
August when people start getting
their homes ready for the spring
selling season, he said. Meanwhile
in Mosman Park, there were no
bidders for a modern home at 4 The
Cutting. Caporn Young agents Kate
Frichot and Vynka Malone have
advertised the riverside home from
$2.9million.

Worst house, best street: this


Queensland house with rotting timber
walls is up for auction on August 22.

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$565,000

DUNSBOROUGH
24/12 Dunn Bay Road

After a day at the beach,


come back for a barbecue
on the balcony of this twostorey villa.
AGENT: Gavin Howlett,
Acton South West.

Just like living in a Tuscan village

Auction 11am, August 15

A pizza oven makes the sheltered courtyard a great entertaining venue.

EAGLE BAY

23 Fern Road

Its not beachfront but its


pretty close: this four-bedroom home is about 100m
from the ocean.
AGENT: Andrew Hopkins and
Eloise Jennings, JHY Realty.

Auction noon, August 23

HERRON

145 Southern Estuary


Road
It took five years to build
this homestead with a pool,
tennis court and caretakers
cottage.
AGENTS: Simon Wroth
and Brian McCutcheon,
Realmark.

11B Kingsmill Street


CLAREMONT
$1.65million
Morgan Sudlow

f Corona is the beer From


where youd rather be, this is
the house.
Not a beach in Mexico, but a
quaint village in Tuscany.
The theme is strong so it wont
suit everyone, but fans of the
Italian countryside are sure to
delight in this homes rustic architecture and matching fixtures.
From the street, you must first
walk through a classical brick
courtyard adorned with roses
and climbing wisteria.
Old-world timber doors with
wrought-iron gratings meet you
at the entrance, opening to reveal
a tiled foyer with a light timber
inlay.
The main suite is near the
front, sporting a big walk-in robe
and an ensuite with a frameless
shower.
Elegant columns at the end of
a short hall mark the beginning
of the main living area, where a
well-equipped kitchen is waiting
around the corner.
Tall cabinets, a sizeable
breakfast bar and a pantry make
it a versatile space that is well
suited to a big family, and ideal

Stone columns and wrought-iron doors set the tone in this Tuscan-themed house.
for catering for guests.
The sloped 283sq.m hillside
block means the rear of the
ground floor is substantially
elevated and is thus equipped
with a mid-sized balcony that
enjoys an expansive view of leafy
Claremont.
It also happens to be northfacing, so it catches plenty of
natural light.
The adjoining lounge has
plantation shutters to control
the sunlight, as well as a formal

gas fireplace and plenty of bookshelves.


Wrought-iron railings follow the nearby staircase down
to the lower level, where you
will find two more bedrooms, a
shared bathroom and an informal
lounge.
The lounge opens to a very
secluded courtyard, complete
with a pizza oven and a sheltered
alfresco area.
The selling agent is Tony
Morgan, of Morgan Sudlow.

Stone and timber combine in


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Even the laundry


has ocean views
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There is a line of sight from


the rear-most rooms and pool
area, straight through to City
Beach Oval and the ocean

10 Taworri Way
CITY BEACH
Auction 11am,
August 22
Acton North

Cool polished concrete walls contrast with warm jarrah


floors.

Alfresco dining
overlooking
the pool
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CLAREMONT
Oers from $2million
by August 18
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heres a pleasing and


functional symmetry to
this expansive Claremont
home designed by architect
Ross McAndrew.
The main entry, at the
side of the 876sq.m block,
consists of a landscaped
courtyard that opens to a
windowed gallery.
Two similarly sized
wings sit on opposite
sides of the light-filled
space, each with a distinct
purpose.
In the east wing you will
find all four bedrooms,
along with two bathrooms,
a veranda and a lush garden courtyard.
One of the bathrooms is
an ensuite attached to the
main bedroom, which also
features a walk-in robe and
garden views.

Jarrah floors lead the


way to the west wing, where
the hall opens to reveal a
big living area with polished concrete walls.
A tall set of timber cabinets partitions the kitchen
from the hall while providing a warm contrast to the
concrete.
The same light timber
continues in cabinets
throughout the kitchen,
topped by stainless-steel
benches and briefly interrupted by a big freestanding oven.
The back of the house
contains its true standout
feature a sheltered alfresco dining area and a
big veranda that overlooks
the pool.
A creeper-covered trellis overshadows a path
that connects to a separate
building housing a garage,
cool room and workshop.
The selling agent is
Susan James, of Space
Real Estate.

f youre looking west to


buy property, ocean views
are a staple selling point,
but you know youve found
something special when
almost every room even
the laundry has them.
This three-storey home,
in an elevated cul-de-sac,
certainly makes the most
of its height.
West Coast Highway
might be nearby, but thanks
to the sites elevation you
can hardly tell.
Standing behind the
kitchens black granite
benchtop, all you notice are
sweeping lawns, Norfolk
Island pines, the shoreline
and horizon.
Designed by Perth-based
architects Overman and
Zuideveld about 25 years
ago, the home belies its
age, having been lovingly
cared for theres no evidence of the wear and tear

A bar services the alfresco and pool area directly, making entertaining easy.
houses from that era often
trade for their beachside
location.
And the fit-out is nothing short of luxurious, with
floor-to-ceiling travertine
in the bathrooms, blond
hardwood floors and
neutral woollen carpets
throughout.
As well as serving to
frame the spectacular

Nothing comes between this 865sq.m property and its


view.

views from inside the


home, huge commercialgrade windows are a
feature in their own right,
enhancing the buildings
angular design.
The architects certainly
put those angles to work,
creating an impressive void
that spills over multiple
levels.
This enables a line of

sight from the rear-most


rooms and pool area,
straight through to City
Beach Oval and the ocean
beyond that.
In the top-floor parents
retreat, you can recline
in the bath and watch the
storms roll in over Rottnest,
not to mention the sunsets,
according to agent Gary
Dye, of Acton North.

Curvess and crisp white paintwork make this void the


design feature of the home.

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Divers driven
round the bends
From page 1

expensive duplication of a process that


has already run.
Most of the 16 dive operators in WA
have joined forces with more than 100
dive businesses from across the country
to write to Environment Minister Greg
Hunt urging him to reinstate a network
of marine sanctuaries.
Mr Johnson said they were quietly
confident of a good outcome.
Scuba industry members and the government recognised that a compromise
had to be reached between all affected
stakeholders, including those with commercial and recreational interests, she
said.
The co-chairs of the departments
bioregional advisory panels said they
have consulted all stakeholders and
were finding workable solutions and
refinements to our options.
The governments review is expected
to finish within a month.

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Ice addict makes life hell


From page 1

The man was fined in the


Perth Magistrates Court and
returned to Tarongo Way.
Residents praised response
times and efforts by officers
at Cottesloe police station.
The policing has been excellent: I think they are doing
all they can, one woman said.
They arrive in minutes,
they patrol, they knock on
our doors and ask how we
are going.
My husband says, Its not
the polices fault, its the
bloody courts.
The mans brother, who
lives in another suburb told
the POST that the neighbours
should hold a meeting with
his brother and explain to
him that he was making their
life hell, and ask him to stop.
They need to tell him that
theyre scared and that they
dont want to live like this,
he said.
He offered to mediate such
a meeting.
My mother and I would do
anything to solve this situa-

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Under Section 79 of the


Planning and Development
Act, a town planning scheme
amendment is only required
to be referred to the Heritage
Council if the proposed
amendment affects properties on the State Register of
Heritage Places or the towns
municipal inventory.
Mr Buckley said there were

only two properties, both in


The Boulevard in Floreat, that
were listed on both registers.
Legal advice is that the
town was not obliged to
refer the amendment to the
Heritage Council, as there
was no proposal under the
amendment that affects or
may affect the properties,
he said.
The amendment only ad-

dresses the future development potential of land and


does not in any way diminish the planning or heritage
controls that apply to existing
heritage places.
Under the amendment it
would be no different to if a
development application was
received in respect of these
properties under the current
town planning scheme.

Wedges OK not DAPs to give


From page 18

presiding member, Megan


Bartle, told the developers
they needed to go to the
Department of Planning to
progress the rezoning.
The application was refused
by a unanimous vote of the
five-person panel.
But then the three government-appointed DAP members outvoted the two sitting
Subiaco councillors to tell the
developer they generally supported the plans and would
be prepared to consider it
once the land had been appropriately zoned.
Blackburne appealed
against the decision to
the State Administrative
Tribunal.

The plans were reconsidered and approved at a secret


meeting in the Department of
Planning on March 21, 2012.
The parliamentary inquiry
which is due to report on
the workings of DAPs next
month has been told that
DAPs held secret meetings
for SAT appeals for their first
12 to 18 months.
Mr Foley, a Department of
Planning staffer for 26 years,
told the inquiry that perhaps
a residential development
would have been better use
of the land than a commercial
building.
The local community
missed out on the opportunity
to make a comment on that
because the decision was
made, he said.

The WAPC may have made


the same decision, I do not
know.
The point was that it was
not the WAPC making it
either.
Subiaco council said its
preference was to rezone the
land R80 for medium to highdensity housing and sought a
senior counsels legal advice
on the office blocks approval.
Senior Counsel Ken Pettit
found the approval, at a closed
meeting, failed to give the
council and the community
the right to make submissions.
The offices now house several companies, including
the Hegney Property Group
and the WA Cancer Council,
which moved from West Perth
in May.

Mosman hears both sides of fence


From page 14

0419 195 873

City Beachs most-visited Police have been to this Tarongo


Way home at least 45 times.
how many times police had
tion, the brother said.
Were trying to solve his been called to his street.
Police running sheets detail
drug problem and he went
to get some help just today, the visits by police to the adwhich is a very positive sign. dicts house.
The POI was asked to
Hes a good boy off the
drugs but anyone with a fam- open the door, to which he
ily member in this situation refused, one sheet said.
He stated that he had been
knows how hard it is to get
method acting and watching
them off the drugs.
One resident lodged a movies and that was what all
Freedom of Information re- the noise was caused by.
He said that he had been in
quest with police HQ to see

We could then come back


in March and if all was well
the council could then take
out the western section, he
said.
Ms Ledgerwood said resident Judy Watt was one of
the instigators of the fence
because of the number of
fires there.
Every summer there was
a fire, sometimes two, she
said. When the fence went
up the fires stopped.

She said the other reason


for the fence was to ensure
the block became bush so it
could not be developed for
housing.
She said Ms Watt was happy
with the compromise of removing one fence.
When you are standing in
Judy Watts living room and
looking at this fence it is like
a chicken coop, she said.
Ms Ledgerwood used her
casting vote to recommend
removing the northern
Fairbairn Street fence op-

posite the homes, keeping the


southern and eastern fences
to discourage dogs and pedestrians and planting on the
western side to either move
the fence back and increase
the buffer zone, or alternatively removing that side.
The full council will consider the recommendation
on August 25.
Deputy mayor Ian Flack
asked Mr Poynton to find out
what the neighbours thought
and report to the council
meeting.

Ice in sewage probe secrecy


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but he was feeling fine.
Another sheet said: I have
obtained footage of [addicts
name] from January 2015 in
which he appears to be eating
his own faeces on his front
driveway.
The neighbours have also
supplied footage in which
he has been yelling abuse,
sceaming and behaving erratically.
Residents hope a violence
restraining order taken out
against the addict in January
will help solve the problem.
He has breached it twice:
if he breaches it a third time
police can lock him up, a
resident said.
The addict inherited the
property after his father died
two years ago.
The addicts mother, who
lives in a neighbouring suburb, denied her son caused
trouble or had been fined
for drug and ammunition
possession.
Neighbours said she cooked
for her son and did his washing.

A police plan to test sewage plants for traces of the


drug ice may or may not
involve the Subiaco waste
water treatment plant.
Tests will initially be carried out at three metropolitan
sewage plants looking for
metabolites, a by-product
generated in the bodies of

people who have taken methamphetamine.


Human waste from close
to two million people is expected to be analysed.
The Subiaco plant treats
about 60million litres of waste
water a day and is one of the
biggest sewage plants in Perth.
However, treatment plants

at Beenyup and Woodman


Point process much bigger
volumes daily (up to 160million litres).
A spokesman for Police
Minister Liza Harvey said
police did not want to disclose
at this point which waste
water centres they would be
targeting.

He said to remove any doubt


the council would consider
excluding the two properties.
The town does not intend
to reduce heritage controls
over registered heritage
places, he said.
Ms Marshner asked if
Cambridge council was in
breach of the law by not updating its heritage inventory.
She said several properties
in the area that were pending
assessment by the Heritage
Council for possible inclusion
on the state register.
Iwan Iwanoff was born in
Bulgaria and after World
War II came to Australia as
a displaced person.
Known for his Brutalist
style, he lived in Floreat.
He is listed in the Australian
National Dictionary of
Biography.

Subiaco
backs extra
night footy
From page 3

and West Coast Eagles ...


there is a strong probability
that Subiaco Oval will need
to accommodate more than
12 night sporting events,
given the high probability
of a number of AFL finals,
Geoff Glass, WAFC general
manager of strategic facilities and governance, said in
a development application,
lodged after the meeting.
There were, he added,
potential opportunities for
other night sporting events for
other football codes.
Mr Glass, a Subiaco planning director from 1999 to
2006, said the commission
wanted the extension in case
of unforeseen circumstances
and to allow for contingency
planning if required.
The new Burswood stadium
is expected to open for the
start of the 2018 AFL season.
At Tuesday nights development services committee
meeting, councillors voted
unanimously in favour of
the extra 14 nights with conditions on the brightness,
timing, how and when the
floodlights could be used.

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FLOOR SANDING
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FLYSCREENS

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FURNITURE
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THE PERFECTIONISTS

* For Excellence in Garden Care


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DALKEITH TO MOSMANS
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ROSES AND COTTAGE
GARDENS A SPECIALITY
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Horticultural Cert.

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Installing, sanding and
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Gardening
Services
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Rubbish Removal
Lawns
Hedge trimming

Call

0421 997 585

GARDENING

TIM LYNCH
Cert. Hort. B.Bus

ADVANCED GARDENING
SERVICES

0403 010 212

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Mulching Fertilising
Rubbish Removal
Fully Insured. Phone Angus

0437 712 039


9381 5454

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All garden maintenance
Hydration & Fertilizing

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Richards
MUIRS

Garden Refuse
Bags
Regular Service
for Business &
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Ph: Clif

Hill 9307 3906


GLASS

Freshwater Glass

Glass repairs,
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www.freshwaterglass.com.au

Ph 0418 944 590

BALCATTA
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Northern Suburbs. W.A.

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Garden Maintenance
All aspects of garden maintenance
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Fully qualified and insured
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Pet doors Tabletops
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Security glazing Shelves

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9336 2615

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Over 20 years experience.

0419 927 224, 9245 2034

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The Guttering Specialist
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Gutters &
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D.M.
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Gutters & Downpipes, gutter
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FREE QUOTES PENSIONER DISCOUNTS
PROMPT SERVICE
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Tile & Grout

CLEANING
No Hazardous Chemicals
Guaranteed Results
Sealing Service Available

Grout Magic
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0402 644 509

Specialised Outdoor Services

Gutter / Downpipe Clean


Free Roof Report
All Maintenance
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Police cleared Reg Business Fully Insured

Pensioner Discount / Insured

HANDYMAN
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

SKILLED
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

Pre-sale Home Detailing


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

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The NEDLANDS handyman


(and surrounding suburbs)

All those jobs your husband wont


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

BERT 0403 917 935

One Company All Trades


General house repairs
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We carry out all household
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Gutter Cleaning
Downpipes flushed, roofs cleaned
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Also high pressure cleaning

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JOHNS HOME
MAINTENANCE
For all your home maintenance and
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reliable services

0421 809 872

THE FIXER

HOME & GARDEN


MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
ALL ODD JOBS
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Lawns Laid Retic Paving Repairs
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Fences & Decking Repairs
Gutter Cleaning Soakwells Installed
Inside Work Driveways Painted

Mob: 0416 932 432


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High pressure cleaning of


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driveways
pool areas
tennis courts

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0415 860 884

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HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING SERVICE

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No job too large or small, free quote.

Handyman Service
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fence painting, small tiling or
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QUALIFIED TRADESMAN
Roofing, Flashing
Gutters Installed OR Cleaned
Tiling etc.
All Handyman Jobs

0423 511 303

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GARDEN MAINTENANACE
FOR ALL YOUR SMALL JOBS
Garden Maintenance:
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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

White Knight Repairs


& Home Maintenance

Are you looking for:

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Decking, Pergolas and Gazebos
Home maintenance jobs - Interior
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Painting, Plastering & Crown
moulding
Quality work - with attention to detail

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Office

Repairs, Flat Pack Furniture,


Doors, Locks.

Trevor 0458

796 455

ALL LANDSCAPE AND


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

0417 093 578


9203 9985

www.landscaperenewal.com.au

EST 81

4 Vaucluse Ave
Claremont

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

Phone Peter Harper

0412 917 818 9384 9224

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


Gradient Landscapes
Working with you to create perfection
Paving
Concreting
Reticulation
Retaining Walls
Garden Preparation
Maintenance
Decks and Pergolas
All aspects of landscaping
Free quotes

Indigo Painting
Call Leon on 0417

049 923

9387 2339

Mobile 0418 941 571


Fax 9387 8581

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

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Installation of flatpack
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Decking
German craftsman, 25 years experience

9245 3303

0400 424 357

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Perth TLC Group can
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www.tlc-perth.com

9284 0165

info@tlc-perth.com
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LANDSCAPING

Call Scott on 9386 6138


or 0417 461 087

Property Maintenance
and Handyman Services

LANDSCAPING

Enviroblast

Specialising in roofs, driveways,


courtyards, pool areas, retaining
walls etc. Surface sealing also.

info@tlc-perth.com

HANDY SOL

HIGH PRESSURE
CLEANING

0418 919 312

9284 0165

Angus 0403 758 242

Affordable Vacuum Gutter Cleaning


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

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

08 9433 1077

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Handyman
0419 925 452

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GUTTER CLEANING

Call Kevin Ph: Hme 9381 2080


Mob 0419 907 986

Love Your Home


ODD JOBS MY SPECIALITY

Call us for fast, clean, professional:


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

SAME DAY SERVICE


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Better Lawns & Gardens


Domestic and Commercial
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Landscaping
Property Maintenance

Non Toxic
No Mess
Great Results
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HANDYMAN
Quality Maintenance
Services

Clean n Seal

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Great value, professional care

GUTTER
CLEANING

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SPECIALIST
GARDENER
Now taking on new clients

GROUT CLEAN

29 Walter St
Claremont

Est 1982

www.ibislandscapes.com.au

9383 2915
0412 946 476

Innovative landscape design,


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

Matt Siomos, B.Sc (Botany),


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

Good old fashioned,


friendly and
professional
service
All aspects of landscaping
from maintenance to
limestone retaining walls
Small team to create
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Free Quotes
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0413 015 808

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Lawn Mowing Servicing


Mosman
Nedlands,
FULPark,
LY Cottesloe,
BOO areas
Dalkeith and
surrounding
Trevor 0412

KED

784 094

Atlas Lawn Services


Est 1985
COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC
Steve

0411 223 637


David
0411 223 644

ALL ASPECTS

INCLUDING BOBCAT WORK


SMALL AND LARGE JOBS
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Free Quotes - Call Darren today

Stonework Specialists
Also:
Perth & South West
Contact Matthew Warren

0417 965 115


www.naturalistestone.com.au

LOCKSMITH

041 301 6555

Pol Lic SG 15935


ABN 22337056071

Mow d Lawn

Locksmiths
Guaranteed Same
Day Service 20 years exp

Garden Services
Andy
04 900 405 20

ANGUSS

KEVIN SHEEHAN
Master Locksmith
Security Consultant
Glad to be of Service

0412 153 846


7 DAYS PER WEEK
www.sheehanlocksmith.com.au

Lawnmowing and
Gardening Service

$BMM-VLFPO

0401 372 277


Roberts
Renovations &

Honest and Reliable

9381 5454
0437 712 039

www.lukeslandscaping.com.au

Ph Angus

Handyman Service

YOUR WESTERN
SUBURBS LOCKSMITH
X Home X Office X Car

Free Messure & Quote

Mobile 0418 921 418


email: brettcam60@hotmail.com

SEAMUS HOME SERVICES

Phone: 9209 2669

LAWNMOWING SERVICES

www.greenplanetgrass.com.au

0450 225 113


6143 8721

Police Clearance, Fully Insured & Free Quotes

Precision
Edge Mowing
Creating your vision from design
to construction

PH: Oliver Calnan

0409 373 685


LAUNDROBAR

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

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK


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

Call
Rob

CAMBRIDGE LAUNDRY
4/115 Birkdale St Floreat (Cnr Cambridge)

Domestic Laundry,
Service Washes
Pickup & Deliver

0409 086 497


PAINTING

0400 977 610

PAINTING
A.J. BROWNING
Reg. No. 4989

ABN 72 910 338 191

PAINTING
PAPER HANGING
All work guaranteed
REGD PAINTER

All Western Suburbs

0425 551 233


9381 6996 Reg 1964

LEADLIGHT

J.B. Leadlights
Repairs Restorations
Windows, Doors & Cabinets
New Commissions
JOHN BURROWS

9284 5638
0419 966 945
LIMESTONE

Roberts Limestone
Building Co.
Specialising in:
Limestone walls,
Feature walls, Arches,
Steps, Retaining walls,
Restoration,
TIM ROBERTS

WINTER SPECIAL
Doonas & Blankets

25 YEARS EXPERIENCE

9383 9252

9245 2550
0418 299 524

Ph/Fax:
M:

Ring 9381

1782 or 9388 1237

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

CLIVE 9383 3412


0447 433 412
Reg. No. 4280

FLOREAT & ALL


WESTERN SUBURBS
Painter - Decorators
30 years experience

Old fashioned workmanship,


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

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

DON McNALLY
20 years experience

INTERIOR & EXTERIOR

LAWN CARE

LAWN CARE SPECIALISTS

HIGH QUALITY LOW COST!

Call Eddie

Mob 0417

0425 551 233


9381 6996

182 051

Reg 1964

Grounds
& Surrounds
Lawncare & Garden Maintenance
Wintergrass and Weedspray
Licensed Operator

744 752

Lawn Weed Spraying


Broadleaf Bindi and Clover
Fully licenced and insured

0410 478 246

call Adri
FOR FREE QUOTE

James Limestone
Restoration

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

0400 219 056

Painters Registration No. 5890

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL


PAINTERS & DECORATORS
SPECIALISING IN
RESTORATION OF PERIOD
HOMES

MOBILE 0432 322 026

The POST
delivers
more
newspapers
to letterboxes in
the western suburbs
than any other free
publication, says an
independent audit.
Separate surveys
also show that the
POST has far more
readers in all age
groups each week.
see P. 2

F: 9444 7863

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

Mob: 0413 235 163


Phone: 9206 5331
Fax: 9206 5337

BAGOT ROAD, SUBIACO

CARING FOR SUBIACOS HERITAGE

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

FREE QUOTE

RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL
Phone Jack for a
free, no obligation
quote
Rego 8057

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Interior/ Exterior
High quality & low cost

Free
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MICHAEL ELLIS
PAINTING

REG 7800

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www.prestigepaintingwa.com.au

COASTAL COLOURS

Phone
WARREN
on

0400 440 272


Reg No. 6791

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

Reijo 0411 610 246


CAPITAL PAINTING & DECORATING

30 years experience

0451 478 078

CTP Home Improvements


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& DECORATING
Interior Exterior
Affordable Free Quote
7
Days

ALL AREAS
reg: 7520

Call Emar 0413 691 125

info@adarnapainting.com.au

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

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

BAMICA PAINTING

COTTESLOE
PEST CONTROL
Family Business Providing Local
Services Since 1958

9384 7870

Rego: 8026

ANNUAL & PRE-PURCHASE

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CREATIVE
COLOURS

TERMITE & TIMBER PEST


INSPECTIONS

THOMPSONS
PEST CONTROL

Termite Inspections Ants


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

Mob: 0433 288 164

capitalpaintingdecorating@yahoo.com.au

WINNER OF WA MASTER
PAINTER OF THE YEAR
2OO7/2O10

PLASTERING

Your Local Master Painter

WINNER OF WA MASTER
PAINTER CATEGORY
AWARDS EVERY YEAR FROM
2006 - 2014

PLASTERER AVAILABLE

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

Ph: 0418 850 750


Attention To Detail Makes
All The Difference

More than fifteen years experience.

XCEL Plastering
Ph Shay 0402 748 564

BEST PRICE for NEAT QUALITY


WORK THAT LASTS!
SPECTACULAR CHARACTER
RESTORATION & DETAIL TO
PERIOD HOMES
INTERIOR EXTERIOR
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL

All Painting, Gilding, Wallpapering


& Faux Finishes, Limewash
MARBLING SPECIALIST

KARL SAXON

0419 925 739


9407 7800
Reg:3605 3721

www.creativecolours.com.au

ALL AREAS
Free quotes will happily
take on little jobs

0416 121 932


40 Years Experience

Pete The Plasterer


30 YRS EXPERIENCE
QUALITY WORK
FREE QUOTES / ADVICE

0405 069 500

PLASTERING/RENDERING
Specialist in plastering internal
feature brick and outside render
NO JOB TOO SMALL
35 years experience

Call Peter 0412 802 392


or 9330 5771

Internal & External


Plastering
No job too small, free quotes
Call Alan on

0488 752 421


PLUMBING

Indigo Painting
PL.16

PLUMBING & GAS

Call us now
9387 3081
0418 926 705

PBL941

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

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Gorey
Plumbing
Services

ALL WORK
GUARANTEED

TOP CALIBRE PAINTING


& WORKMANSHIP FROM
TRADESMEN YOU CAN TRUST

Call JAY: 0410 413 327

Including all aspects of solid wall


plastering and plaster boarding.

PEST CONTROL

0420 44

Painter & Decorator

www.westtowest.com.au

PAINTING &
DECORATING

0431 200 866

Paul Stratton

Ph: 9443 8999

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Master Painting
Services

0418 914 041

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.

Wall Plastering &


Ceiling Repairs

RENDERING & PLASTERING


SPECIALISTS
25 Years Experience
Fully Certified and Insured

PC: 100068

reg: 7822

please consider

076

ELLIS PLASTERING

0499 874 988

WHEN ORGANISING
YOUR NEXT
PAINTING PROJECT,

22 yrs Westn Sub Exp.

Ph: Jorge 0400 748


or 9386 3953

MonaSam Painting Solutions

paintingservice1999@gmail.com

PAINTING SERVICES

20 Years Exp - Free Quotes

ALL HOURS
www.citygrouppainting.com.au

ALSO SMALL JOBS


PATCHING AND REPAIRS

www.xcelplasteringperth.com.au

How to Get Your Painting


Completed Right The
First Time Guaranteed.

TOM

Renovations, Internal
and Ext Sand Render

Call Travis 0468 789 879

0430 314 442

Ph/Fax 9382 3278


Mobile 0438 755 877

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

PLASTERING

Mob: 0451 901 919


Ph: 9388 8055

Call Sam
samuel_moza@yahoo.com

Subiaco
Painting Service

FREE QUOTES 7 DAYS


Your satisfaction is our
guarantee

Specialising in

Fully licensed & insured


Committed to top quality workmanship

www.precisepainting.net.au

Small Jobs welcome!!!


Commercial / Residential

P&N

Painting Services
Reg No. 5309

Reg: PC100228

REG 7089

ROOMS FROM $250


REPAINTING
Reg.
SPECIALIST 3476

EDDIES LAWN AERATION

Simon 0413

Stirling Hwy, North Fremantle


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9387 8641

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FREMANTLE
LOCK SERVICE

LAWNS & GARDENS

9Specialist in pre-house sale renovation


9Retic
9Basic hard-scaping
9Turf laying
9Earth works
9Plant selection 9Soil amendment
Save money using a small
operator with less overheads!

Ph: 6350 8500

www.lockstock.com.au

Reg. No. 3511

Making Life Easy


Artificial Lawn
Environmentally Friendly
Australian Made

7 Day Service

- Lawnmowing - Edging
Brett Campbell (Proprietor)

PAINTING

A PLUS PAINTING
& SERVICES

COMMERCIAL & RETAIL

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LAWNMOWING SERVICE

PAINTING

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LANDSCAPING

Small renovations.
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MIKE KELLEY

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YOUR LOCAL LICENSED PLUMBERS

7am - 11pm 7 DAYS EMERGENCY

9204 4108
0408 908 683

GAS Installation & Repair

RENOVATION SPECIALIST

Electronic Burst Pipe Detection


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

All internal and external finishes


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

0415 951 865


9300 5382

Freecall 1800 102 888


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

SEC. Lic. 4263

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PLUMBING

PLUMBING

Skilled Plumbing &


Gas Services (local)

PL 7947

Burst pipes Blocked drains


Installation Repairs
Renovations
Pensioners Discount

9384 0877
PL 5580

PLUMBING

PLUMBING

PARAMOUNT

Plumbing Problems

Paramountplumbersperth.com.au

Gas 4784

24 HR

Pensioner rates
Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

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

GAS 532

HOT WATER
FAST

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

WEMBLEY
1800 18 12 24

9335
1552
Roberts

ELECTRONIC WATER
LEAK DETECTION

PL 1735

 H.W.S. Gas/Solar
 Blocked Drains
 Toilets & Pans
 Cistern Repairs + New
 Water Leaks
 Water Filters
 Local Plumber
PL 7947Renovations &
Handyman Service

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

SHENTON PARK
PLUMBING

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

CLAREMONT
1800 18 12 24

ALL AREAS

Fast Efficient Service


Residential and Commercial

Contact LEAKY PETE

0415 114 172


9286 2450
24 HR

Pensioner rates
Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

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

BEST RATES

Renovations Hot water systems


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

Prompt, reliable service


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

PL5094

0419 953 531

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General Maintenance
Emergency Repairs Blockages
Hot Water Systems
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Plumbing & Gas,


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Solar Power, Renovations

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PLUMBING

1800 18 12 24
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PL 6899

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PROMPT RELIABLE SERVICE

24 HR

MUIRS
Pensioner rates

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

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

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

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

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

MOSMAN PK
1800 18 12 24

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advertisers
they make your
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newspaper
possible.

Family business since 1983

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

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

EVERYTHING

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commercial plumbing
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for more than one trade
Mention this
ad and receive
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Call or visit

0433 019 676


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J. SUTTON
Plumbing & Gass Services

ZAMBEZI

PLUMBING & GAS


P/L 6956 G/F 010950

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

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BLOCKED DRAINS
TOTAL PLUMBING
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Ph: 0419 993 192

0408 917 109


Ph 9361 7665

www.jsuttonplumbing.com.au

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J.Munro

24 HR SERVICE

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Plumbing & Gas Fitting


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BURST PIPES

Electronically Located
Blocked Drains Cleared
HWS Serviced / Replaced
General Plumbing

Lic. 6039

Gas No. 4700

PONDS

Aquarium & Pond


Maintenance

$BMM+BDL

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IRRIGATION

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ALL FURNITURE
CARRIED
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FURNITURE REMOVALS
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9371 0865 Fax 9473 0600

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

9380 6180, 0411 109 918

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

EXPRESS REMOVALS
FOR A GOOD RATE AND
SERVICE LOOK NO FURTHER
7 days - 2 men, big truck
Experienced - Reliable - Careful
Packing Materials Available
Pensioner Discount

FULLY INSURED
0439 900 381

P & L Transport
OPERATING 7 DAYS A WEEK

Locally owned and operated


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

9309 2961 or
0419 836 484

Installation and Maintenance


Supplier of Fish and Live plants.

contact@thesmoothmovers.com.au

0414 836 129

ROOF & WALL


DOCTOR
READ THIS

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


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

WE REMOVE and DISPOSE OF:


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

9430 6553

PTY. LTD

Bores & Fully Installed


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

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

0414 475 527

Overhauls and Regular up-keep


- Pumps and Filtration.

Ph Gavin

ROOFING

16 Essex Street, Fremantle

Best Rates
in Perth
Only $110/hr
for 2 men

1800 2 SMOOTH

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IRRIGATION SERVICES
ALL PUMP &
RETICULATION
REPAIRS
12 YEARS EXPERIENCE
COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC
SENIORS RATES
Ph: RYAN EGAN

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

LOCAL ROOFING
Ridge Capping Fixed the Proper Way

2 YEAR WRITTEN WARRANTY

Special sealant for box gutters


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

0419 385 971 or


9385 9719

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

0408 944 891


9386 3667

ROOFING & BUILDING


MAINTENANCE
WINTER SPECIAL
Overflow Spouts
Save your Eaves

ONE CALL WE DO IT ALL


FREE QUOTES
PENSIONER DISCOUNTS

Indigo
Painting
Internal Roof & Ceiling Repairs.
Sagging Roofs Box Gutters.
Tile and Metal Roof

0408 007 850

Replacement and Repairs

REPAIRS INSTALLATION
MAINTENANCE

All Hours

WIRE TRACKING & VALVE LOCATING


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

0412 490 868


CREDIT CARDS
ALL WORK TO AUST STANDARD

Peter 0417 096 691


References Available

FIX RETIC

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

0408 092 350

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Pond And Aquarium Cleaning


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

0411 143 588/9381 7404


Home Packers Perth
We pack your home for
$30/hr.
Gila

Ph David 0433 324 347

94404711 or 0422931587

POOL
FENCING

Local lads w/ loads of energy.


Well move what you cant!
Around the house, garden or
place to place.
2 utes & trailer at your service.
Best rates @ $95 p/h
call us anytime

www.getwetponds.com.au

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25 Years Experience
Personal Service
Guaranteed Repairs

Commercial & Residential

Lic No 5166

ALL AREAS - 24 HOURS

RONS
REFRIGERATION

RETICULATION

24.7 Emergency service

Mobile 0418 941 571


Fax 9387 8581

WOODLANDS
PL 7947

Hot water specialists


Gas, Electric, Solar
Repaired or Replaced
Electronic leak detection
Leaking taps & toilets repaired
Drain blockages

Dennis 1300 593 800

9387 2339

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www.plumbway.com.au

STEWART FRANK
PLUMBING

FLOREAT

Use Your Local Man Pty. Ltd.

0418 911 216

Daniel 0412 904 769

9388 6299

NO CALL OUT FEE

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PLUMBERS

REFRIGERATION

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www.glassboundaries.com.au

2 STRONG GUYS

0400 998 805

RENOVATIONS

One Company All Trades


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

9284 0165

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

Reticulation Systems installed,


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

0424 133 950


www.lukeslandscaping.com.au

RETIC
REPAIRS
3 Great Reasons to call Lisa:

 Police Clearance
 Lisas a member of Irrigation Australia
 Lisas a Water Wise contractor
www.reticrepairs.com.au
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545 755

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ROOFING

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

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

ROOF CARPENTRY

Roof Carpentry Team


Specialising in Architectural
Designed Homes. 15 yrs exp.

Phone JEFF 0418

912 874

ROOF PLUMBING

For All Your


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

9380 8333

1300 137 663 or 9209 3980


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

SECRETARIAL

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0408 947 570

Re-roofing & repairs


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

0433 210 028

ROOF
Roberts
Renovations &

IMPROVEMENTS
Handyman Service
Gutters & Downpipes
Ridgecapping Repairs
Whirly Birds
Roof Coatings
All Roof Repairs/Leaks
FREE QUOTES

Graham
0432 119 526

Specialised Outdoor Services

All Roof Replacement


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

RUBBISH
DISPOSAL

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

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

Mobile
0413 747 777

0418 130 576

DOUGS ROOFING
For all major and minor repairs on all types of roofs.

We set the highest standards in tradesmanship


and use the highest quality materials and tools.
All work carried out is insured followed by
a guarantee.

0481 374 143

GUTTERS AND
DOWNPIPES

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

0418 925 030 or 9384 9141


Fax 9384 5929

CLEANING CHEMICALS &


EQUIPMENT
QUALITY OWNER OPERATED
COMPLETE POOL SERVICE
JOSH MANN

0414 775 586

IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
Est. 1990

AT YOUR SERVICE

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

9384 6164

0434 441 277

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7 DAYS
RUBBISH REMOVAL
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Free Quotes 0409 958 186

SAND SUPPLIES

JEFF TILING
Floor and Wall
Ceramic and Porcelain
New House and Renovations
email: jeff.tilling@yahoo.com.au
When only the best will do

Floor & Wall Tiling


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

BUILDING & GARDEN


SUPPLIES
WE DELIVER
232 STUBBS TCE,
SHENTON PARK
(Opp Lemnos Hosp)

OPEN 6 DAYS

PH: 9381 5455

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

NO JOB TOO SMALL


CALL PETER FOR FREE QUOTE

0438 909 275


Complete Wall and Floor Tiling
Experts In Shower Repair and Regrouting
Bathroom Renovations
www.alphatile.com.au

FREE WRITTEN QUOTES

PH: 9359 9300

Able to trim and remove


large and difficult trees.
FULLY INSURED. FREE QUOTES

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

John Clark 0417 912 362


Mark Lynch 0418 959 871

Maintenance & Repair


Including:
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LOCAL

26 Years Exp Palms Shrubs


SMALL JOBS
MOST WELCOME
PENSIONER RATES FREE
Quotes Les 9387 8094

Certified Arborists
Offering Complete Tree
Service With Care

0438 003 571

DON TILING SERVICE

All aspects of wall & floor tiling.


Specialising in bathrooms.
Ceramic, Porcelain, Travertine.
FREE QUOTES
Don 0435 722 362
don.yoon@yahoo.com.au
http://dontilingservice.com

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

0421 251 794

INTERIOR EXTERIOR TILING


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Ph Joe 0408 094 444

Support POST
advertisers
they make your
free local
newspaper
possible.

Ring Ian on

& STUMP GRINDING


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0407 473 626

Tree Removal Palm Removal


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

Aaron: 0410 521 734


soss_tree_services@yahoo.com.au

SURGEONS

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

9242 2952

MAINLINE
TUCKPOINTING
Building Conservation, Heritage
Restoration Tuckpointing,
Stonework, Brickwork Pointing,
Qualified Bricklayer

SAM GRANERI 0408 095 854

TV ANTENNA

TV Picture problem?
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Richard Kaiser
Specialist in weak
signal areas

www.cometelectronics.com.au

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

Services

Andrew & Ben offer


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

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Jason 0413 859 898


www.pdtas.com.au

Indigo Painting

0424 150 899


TRY US - YOU WILL BE HAPPY

Original est 1967


Tree Guild of
WA # 8804

Royce Turner
Qualified Arb
Merristwood UK

- Trees, Our Inspiration -


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

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

0407 774 549 9387 5153


Free Quotes

LAKESIDE
TREES & STUMPS
www.lakesidestumpgrinding.com.au

TREE & PALM REMOVALS


HEDGING & MULCHING
NARROW ACCESS
SPECIALISTS
FULLY INSURED
Call ANDY

9306 8599
Mobile

0408 405 671

Stump Grinding

Qualified, Experienced, Insured


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

9448 2227

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

The Tree Specialists

Call Marco

0450 159 839

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

teamtreelopper@gmail.com
www.teamtreelopper.com

SWANBOURNE
TREE
SERVICE
Free Quotes
Great Service

Complete
Stump Removal

Call Adam
Tel: 9246

0235
Mob: 0403 377 692

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

The Local Guys

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9379 3407

7 Day 6am - 10pm


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TV INSTALLATIONS
TUNE INS
INSTALLATIONS

Fully Insured / All areas

Free Quotes

Digital Antenna
Installations

www.theinstallers.com.au

0423 655 222

Sick of junk mail?

TUCK-POINTING

Digital TV Antenna

PROFESSIONAL

No job too small


All aspects of tiling
Full bathroom renovation
Full re-routing or grout repair
20 years experience

STONECARE AUSTRALIA

Foxys
Treelopping

Local number 24 hours

& Bathroom renovation

Call Lewis: 0451 636 666


corebathreno@gmail.com

Phone: (08) 9309 6852


Mobile: 0431 159 207

9433 4156

MAGDA
TREE SERVICES
0418 943 059

TREE

Core Tiling

Our professional service includes:


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FULLY INSURED

FLOREAT TREE SERVICE

0419 931 966

WESTERN
SUBURBS

If you have trees, you need


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

0422 095 481

Call Massimo

Complete and Professional Pool


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

2m 3m 4m 6m 8m

Alex 0412 597 261

Stone restorations Tiling Services


Clean & Seal Stone
Grind / Polish Stone


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

Scott 
Member

or visit our shop at

9389 6131

MUIRS
All
Roof Repairs

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Prompt & Professional

NEDLANDS
134 BROADWAY

FREE QUOTES
BEST WORKMANSHIP
CHEAPEST PRICES

VWC Building Sevices

POOL & SPA SERVICE


CHEMICALS/REPAIRS
FREECALL 1800 835 444

YOUR LOCAL SHOPS

Repair. Maintain. Improve

Regrouting leaking shower,


swimming pools, repair chipped tiles,
marble stone travertine, porcelain
Reg tiler - Police clearance

TREE SERVICES
Perths Premiere
Tree Service

FOR OVER 20 YEARS

9389 8744

HouseDoctor

(Licenced & Fully Insured)

POOL
SERVICE

Ph PETER PLAISTED

9401 1820

Phil 0400 340 228

CLAREMONT

Western Suburbs
Pool Service

No Job Too Small


Call Dave 0410 493 127

Gutters & Downpipes


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

SWIMMING POOL
SERVICE

257 STIRLING HWY


CLAREMONT

RoofQuest

All metal roof sheeting, gutters


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

Servicing the Western Suburbs since 1996

0418 958 607 Patrick

The Roofing Specialist

Specialists in Commercial &


Residential Shade Sails
www.shadesolutions.com.au
patrick@shadesolutions.com.au

Prompt Roofing

Isaac 0450 121 475

Contemporary Tiling

All Roofcare
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Our $150 Service Includes


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

TILING

0432 941 148

TREE SERVICES

POOL CLEANER

We create the professional


edge that everyone wants

FREE QUOTES - PENSIONER DISCOUNT

Swan River
Roofing

SWIMMING POOL
SERVICE

Narrow Access Fully Insured


Tree Work Undertaken Free Quotes

CALL
PETER
0407 520 430

TV DVD VCR AUDIO


Digital Set Top Boxes
Entertainment Centres
Pre-Packed
Furniture Assembled
LINDSAY

0414 738 888

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TV SERVICES

TV & VIDEO REPAIRS


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

9382 4752
Rear Laneway, 25 Heytesbury Rd

UPHOLSTERY

Your Local
UPHOLSTERER
Specialising in Leather & Fabric repairs
Re-Upholstery & Re-colouring
All work Guaranteed

9354 4524

WERE JUST A PHONE


CALL AWAY

FOR SALE
HOUSEHOLD

FOR SALE
HOUSEHOLD

AGAPANTHUS Big potted plants.


Daglish. $6ea or 10 for $50.
9381 3763

FIREPLACE
Early
1900's,
Australian Cedar fire surround with
mantle & oringinal cast iron insert.
Measures 1630mm wide, 1260mm
high, mantle 250mm deep.
Outstanding condition $375.00.
Phone: 0400 749 433
FIREWOOD Split Jarrah 6X5 ute
load. Good quality Jarrah sourced
from our own family farm in
Serpentine. Happy to unload & split
to your size. Generous loads, you
wont be disappointed $190. Free
delivery NOR or SOR. Call/sms
Tyson 0413 333 706
or tyson_bickers@hotmail.com

BEAUTIFUL
Spanish Oak 10
seater table and leather chairs.
Manufactured Spain. Great for family
gathering. Excellent condition 280 x
80 x 70cm. Phone 9382 4379
COFFEE Table: Recycled Teak,
large, vintage design. Lovely mellow
colour, excellent condition $145.00.
Phone: 0477 433 591
DANIEL
5000/Travelbum/Connor
1900. Contact Kim93216238
/chankheng123@gmail.com
DESIGNER
Clothing. Racks &
racks of quality vintage, retro &
pre-loved. Designer clothing &
accessories for sale at the Polka Dot
Vintage
Market
Claremont
Showgrounds, Saturday 15th August
& Sunday 16th August 9.30-4.30.
Find us on Facebook Polka Dot
Vintage Market Perth
DESK Early 1900's solid Pine,
vintage style. Measures 1400mm X
900mm. Excellent cond $175.00.
Phone: 0438 396 273

Specialising in all styles of


household and commercial
upholstery.
CONTACT MICHAEL

trades & services

michaelstudman@hotmail.com

WINDOW
CLEANING

0407 771 476


WASHING MACHINE
REPAIRS

PROUD
Roberts
Roberts
Renovations
Renovations
&
&
APPLIANCES

WASHING MACHINES

DISHWASHERS,
DRYERS
Handyman
Handyman
Service
Service
RANGEHOODS,
ELECTRIC OVENS
AND COOKTOPS
SALES SERVICE SPARES

4 Hood Street Subiaco

9388 2251

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

Cleaning
Uwes European iSHINE Window
Appliance Repairs

Repair Miele Siemens


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

Ph: 6201 1387

www.uwerepairs.com.au

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

Trevor 0406 809 977

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

WINDOW
CLEANING

SWANBOURNE
WINDOW CLEANING
EST. 1976

YOUR LOCAL BUSINESS


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

PETE AND JOSH

0402 433 690

WESTERN SUBURBS SPECIALIST

WINDOWS and/or
gutters CLEANED
TREE PRUNING
15 YEARS WESTERN SUBURBS SPECIALIST
FREE QUOTES
INCLUDES SCREENS, SILLS & MIRRORS
PENSIONER DISCOUNTS
PROMPT SERVICE

9336 3129
0414 011 220

Phone MARTIN

MUIRS
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Mob

WINDOW CLEANING
your local professional

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040 375 8242

GMR

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

0439 518 525


grwindowcleaning@bigpond.com

WINDOW CLEANER

$50 disc. for repeat clients


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

Isaac 0405 300 298

Call Rolf
9279 2981
0408 930 235

Kenkleen
Window Cleaning
Specialist since 1988

Roberts
Renovations &

Commercial and residenital


All other areas + gutter
cleaning, fly screen repairs
Ph Diane 0412
Handyman
Service950 208
City beach, Wembley, Woodlands
Ph Grant

0402 313 716


West Perth

Ph Kevin

0419 907 986

Police Cleared and fully insured

WINDOW
REPAIRS

Paul Jones

Carpentry & Joinery


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

PH 0417 915 636

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

PH 0407 328 128

www.sashinaflash.com.au

WROUGHT IRON

Metal Ox Ironworks

Handmade Wrought Iron

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

MUIRS

9272 8282 0419 045 250


www.metalox.com.au

FRAN

DECEASED ESTATES

GARAGE SALES

HOUSE SWAP

PETS

TRUSTEES ACT 1962 DECEASED


ESTATES Notice to Creditors and
Claimants. DOREEN MARGARET
FINLAY late of 7/115 Fulham Street
Kewdale in the State of Western
Australia, Salesperson. 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 27
November 2014 at 7/115 Fulham
Street Kewdale 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
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 2 July 2015. Brook
Legal

HOUSEHOLD
Accessories, pic
frames, women's & kids' clothing,
toys & more. Sat 15/8 and Sun 16/8
8am-11am. 10 Alba Lane City Beach

RETIRED Couple with house in


Crouch End, North London are
looking for a house or apartment
swap in Perth's Western suburbs for
4 to 6 months. We are flexible with
timings. For more information,
photographs etc contact Michael and
Christine at
ctandmk@gmail.com

A Dog walking and pet service.


Police Cleared.
www.pawsinthepark.com.au
DOG
Grooming appointment
available at Dazzledogs Nedlands.
Ph 9386 2522
DOG Obedience Classes: Qualified
Dog trainer Neri Karazija. Saturday
mornings and Wednesday evenings.
Next classes commence September
2015. Bookings essential. To
express your interest ring Naomi or
Jaimee on 9384 2644
DOG
Obedience Workshops.
Having trouble with recall, jumping
up and pulling on the lead? Our
Workshops with Neri Karazija are
just the thing. The next workshop will
be in September. To express your
interest ring Naomi or Jaimee on
9384 2644
PUPPY
School and puppy
management (pet section): Sundays
at Swanbourne Veterinary Centre
9.15am and 10.45am respectively.
Barista coffee available! Just come
along or ring 9384 2644
SMALL Dog minding service in our
Wembley home. Huge yard walks
TLC. Ph Julie 0400 681 145

DRESSMAKING
RECLINER
Electric sit down/stand up. Yellowish
floral fabric in good condition. Can
email/text photos. $600. West
Leederville pick up. 9388 1217,
0402 103 070
LOUNGES 2x2 dining table, coffee
table, large excellent condition.
Value 0478 625 674
LOUNGE
Sofa: Contemporary
style, 3 seater, classic red. Quality
fabric upholstery with large cushions.
Superbly comfortable, excellent
condition $175.00. Phone: 0400 749
433
MIELE Oven Bosch dishwasher.
Miele front loader washing machine.
All working order $50 each. Call
Graham 9386 3342
OUTDOOR Dining setting: 11 pce,
solid timber, handcrafted, top quality.
Features large, double pedestal
extension table (extends to 2.4m x
1050mm) + 10 Directors chairs. Cost
$2750.00 excellent condition, sell
$750.00 lot. Please
ph: 0477 433 591
SIDEBOARD
Vintage, French
country, solid timber, compact style.
Has large drawer & 2 doors.
Measures 910mm wide, 870mm
high, 510mm deep. Excellent
condition $175.00.
Ph: 0477 433 591
TRANSPORTABLE House 14m x
4.4m. New 2 bedroom, kitchen diner
3 r/c air con, hardiplank. Pitched
roof, 6 windows, shower, loo,
cupboards. Excellent bush block
$86,000 ono. View Bibra Lake. 0412
393 196

ANTIQUES
ANTIQUE & Collectors. Market
Claremont showgrounds, Saturday
15th August & Sunday 16th August
9.30am - 4.30pm. Over 100 dealers.
Huge
range
of
Antiques,
Collectables, bric-a-brac, antique &
costume jewellery. Retro wares &
furniture. Free valuations 12-3 daily.
Win $2,000 cash door prize. Entry $7
ANTIQUE Clocks for sale. Large
collection 9380 6399

ARTS & CRAFTS

BRENda

BIRD Lover? Beautiful Australian bird


prints and originals at
www.brendaholdenart.com.au
INTERNATIONAL Artist Kim kim
kim has her first solo exhibition 'So
hollow, so pure' at the Merenda
Contemporary (84 High St
Fremantle) in Fremantle. Opening
night on 14th of August, runs
15th-29th of August. Contact/enquiry
via eyesicesnow@gmail.com

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
BUSINESS Opportunity. Interested
in extra money call
0437 786 070

DECEASED ESTATES
TRUSTEES ACT 1962 DECEASED
ESTATES Notice to Creditors and
Claimants. MICHAEL TUNNEY
SWEENEY late of Leighton Nursing
Home, 40 Florence Street West
Perth in the State of Western
Australia, Merchant Seaman.
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 October 2014 at Leighton
Nursing Home, 40 Florence Street
West Perth 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 6
August 2015. Brook Legal

Make extra cash


sell your unwanted
items in the POST
for only
8 words

$ 40

See inside back page for details

ALTERATIONS Hems etc. Fast,


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

EDUCATIONAL
CHEMISTRY
Physics,
Mathematics, English and other
WACE subjects. Individual tuition for
Years 10/11/12. The Tuition Centre,
Bayview Terrace, Claremont. 9284
3004
CHEMISTRY Tutor Years 10-12.
Eight years experience. Current 5th
year medical student, with BSc in
Chemistry. Can tutor at your place or
meet at school/public library. $50 p
/h. Cottesloe local.
James 0404 918 438
ENGLISH And Literature Teachers
Qualified, highly experienced. We
provide notes on texts, analysis skills
and target WACE exam. We come to
your home. Ring 0432 622 428
or 0415 094 909
ENGLISH And Literature tuition.
Very experienced Yr 11/12 WACE
teacher/examiner/marker.
The
Tuition Centre, Bayview Terrace,
Claremont. 9284 3304
ENGLISH Literature expert help at
the right time to prepare for mocks.
Excellent
notes
given/essay
structure. Phone 0412 562 468
FRENCH A to Z. Experienced tutor
from Paris. Specialised in WACE, IB
preparation. Business or private
travel. All levels welcome. 0404 172
287
FRENCH Playgroups + afterschool
clubs, 18m - 14yrs. Fun activities,
music, games, craft. No previous
knowledge required. Vanessa 0468
559 598
FRENCH
Spanish,
Italian,
Mandarin and German playgroups
(18m-5yrs) + after school clubs
(6-14yrs). FUN activities, games,
crafts. Vanessa: 0468 559 598,
www.lcfclubs.com.au
MATHEMATICS
Tutoring. Very
experienced YR 11/12 WACE
teacher/examiner/marker.
The
Tuition Centre, Bayview Terrace,
Claremont. 9284 3004
MATHEMATICS Tutoring for high
school students by a current Masters
of Science student. $30 per hour, I
come to you! Cameron
0406 849 525
MATHS Tutor. Highly credentialed,
experienced and practising teacher.
Years2 to 11. Improve your child's
motivation, love of learning and
results. $90/hr, 1 to 1.
Jamie Moe jmoe@iinet.net.au or
a/h 0405 554 529
MATHS
Tutor: Years 6-12;
Qualified, experienced registered
teacher; improves motivation,
revises basics, extends gifted,
guaranteed results; sibling no extra
cost; I come to your home; must live
within 4km of Mt Claremont; call
Stuart 0478 774 410
MATHS
Tutor High School.
Registered Teacher. Remediation,
extension, WACE exam preparation.
$60/hour. Contact Peter 0431 862
963, 9385 9857
pbaileyg20@gmail.com
MATHS Tutor year 11/12, Maths
3CD/3AB/2CD/2AB $45 p/h, UWA
4th year Chem/Eng student, Working
with Children Certificate. Prefer
Nedlands/Claremont area, will travel
further.
Call Ryan 0407 287 932
WACE 22yo former Hale student.
Study and exam revision. Maths,
Literature, Art, Biology, Chemistry.
Reasonable rates, excellent results.
Contact Drew 0468 335 529
WACE Tutoring for all years in
Maths, Specialist Maths, Physics,
Chemistry and Economics. Current
Engineering/Finance student at
UWA, Ex-Hale. Contact Michael.
0468 588 798
YEAR 12 mock exam preparation.
Increase your marks quickly. Phone
0412 562 468

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
CLAREMONT Showgrounds. It's a
vintage lovers paradise. Heaps of
Vintage retro & pre-loved designer
clothing & accessories, plus retro
homewares & vinyl records for sale
at The Polka Dot Vintage Market
Claremont Showgrounds, Saturday
15th August & Sunday 16th August
9.30-4.30. Find us on Facebook
Polka Dot Vintage Market Perth

MEGA Garage Sale downsizing so


everything must go! Quality antiques,
furniture,
boat/garden/sports
equipment, tools, books, electronics,
art works and much more! Where: 12
Nailsworth Street Cottelsoe at 8am
on Sunday 16th August. No
earlybirds
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

HEALTH & BEAUTY

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

LOST & FOUND


33454

FOUND Silver watch Subiaco area ,


near Rokeby shops
0421 115 869

BROOME
Wellness retreat Oct 18th-25th
(Limited numbers) Private pool luxury
villas. Yoga twice daily. Delicious
healthy cuisine, meditation, cooking
classes, detox ocean mud bath,
private nutrition consult, organic facial,
massage, organic & natural toiletries
and so much more! Also Mind + Body
Retreat Guildeton August 28th-30th.
Ph: 0428 516 335
or www.sacredfigretreats.com.au

Robe

FACIALS Specialised & Intensive,


created to suit your skins needs.
Lash/Brow tint & shape. Dip Beauty
Therapy. In advance for your appt,
ph or sms Bilton Hilton Spa
0418 903 908
HERBALIFE
Independent
distributor for products call 9244
4318, 0450 032 061
MASSAGE By Alice. I have six
years experience and combine
sports
massage,
therapeutic
massage, and trigger point
techniques to effectively target your
specific techniques. Mosman Park
location. $70 for one hour, $100 an
hour and a half. Strictly non-sexual.
Please call/text 0439 917 122
MASSAGE
Huna Hawaiian,
Swedish relaxation. Indulge yourself.
Experience
deep
relaxation,
qualified, n/s Alanah 0405 755 715

Stolen
Dalkeith 1980 - 2015. Set three
drawers. Lacquered set. Sadly
missed. Reward offered for return.
Contact H.C. Fridays,
9386 6067
SILVER Filigree earring lost ,
v.precious. Mosman Park Mann oval.
Please call 9384 2090
0404 121 205

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

PERSONAL Trainer weight loss,


Boxercise, Yoga, Pilates. Gerhard
0415 942 388

MOTOR VEHICLES

RELAXATION massage. Phoenix


Massage. U9/420 Hay St Subiaco. 7
days 9 to 9. Strictly n/s, 9381 6911
or 0481 272 356

2007 White V6 Auto Captiva. Gd


cond. $9,500 ono. 0408 918 478

SORE
Feet? Therapeutic foot
massage including Reflexology,
Reiki, Podiatry treatment. Genuine
care and time given. Health rebate.
Pip McGuinness, Podiatrist, 39 years
experience. 9387 1027

Indigo Painting

WORKOUT
Fitness Cottesloe
classes. Gym Pilates. Maureen.
0418 950 112
YOGA Kundalini. Ongoing open
classes Tuesday evening Wembley
and Thursday evening Fremantle.
Certified teacher
Suzanne 0414 883 139

VW Golf, Dec 2006, excellent


condition, 86 000km, towbar, licence
Jan 2016, $10 500 ono,
0419 954 588

MUSICAL
ALTO Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute,
Guitar, Piano, Trombone, Trumpet
lessons by qualified, experienced
teachers.
Piano
Exam
Accompaniment available with 6
weeks notice. Members of WAMTA,
TRBWA, ASMEWA, WWCC No.
from 8 years up. Michael/Mary. Ph
9387 7046

YOGA Wembley Downs Junior


Football Club. Vinyasa Mon & Thurs
6-7pm, Yin Wed 9.30-10.30am.
Ongoing classes, all levels welcome.
Theresa 0402 676 329

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

HOLIDAYS & RESORTS

GUITAR
Lessons beginner,
advanced.
All styles call 0415 942 388

5 Bdm beach house for holiday


rental in Dawesville. Sleeps 6 adults,
5 children. Ocean views. $400-$600
/night.
Call 0409 081 013
CLAREMONT 3x2 amazing house,
short term rent. Available 7 Dec, 12
Jan. Fully furn, aircon, pool sleeps 8.
Minimum 5 nights
0427 908 514
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
DUNSBOROUGH Waterside, big
covered deck with BBQ; log fire & A
/C, dinghy, super comfortable, one
house from beach. Small dogs
welcome. Sleeps 6. Fully equipped
for entertaining. 0438 605 123

GUITAR
Tuition, beginner to
advanced. eddierg@bigpond.net.au
9381 9146
PIANO Lessons Muchkins music.
Beginners 5 yrs + Jane
0430 465 725

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 9389
8881 or 9386 3893
PARIS Beautiful 2 bed apartment.
Left bank close to Notre Dame. Visit
www.5stjacques.com or call 0418
918 979

Indigo Painting

QUEENSTOWN NZ luxury Villa in


town, spectacular views of lake.
www.alpenview.co.nz or Karen 9384
4593

PERSONAL

PEPPERMINT Grove Beach. Large


5 bedroom three bathroom house.
Phone 9389 6565, 0403 870 075

ASIAN
Sensual
massage,
attractive. Understanding, your place
or my discreet home. From $75.
Cindy 0478 537 808

HOMESTAY

HIGH Class Independent Escort.


Gorgeous blonde. Exclusive service
offering GFE massage, kisses,
cuddles & lots of fun! SMS Kitty 0455
105 798

URGENTLY
Needed Homestay
accomodation for hosting Overseas
students. Good homes required,
must be close to Claremont area.
We pay excellent rates. Call
International Student Accomodation
Aust. Ph: 0400 565 057, 08 9456
0708 or visit www.isaa.net.au

HOUSESITTING
110% Care while you're away.
Owner operated since 1998. 9382
3550 or visit
www.homeoraway.com.au
ABSOLUTE Care of your home
and pets. Bringing peace of mind
while you're away. Police clearance.
Lovely references. 12 years
experience.
Marg 0421 274 427

HOT M & F couple available for


sensual
massage.
Bookings
essential. Mos Park.
Ph 0405 568 137
LOVELY
Friendly,
sensual
massage. Mature gents Amber.
Private number text, n/a,
0455 630 909
STUNNING Brunette Sara, for an
unbelievable sensual massage.
Cottesloe area. Ph 0451 700 143

PETS
110% Care while you're away.
Owner operated since 1998. 9382
3550 or visit
www.homeoraway.com.au

PHOTOGRAPHY
FREELANCE Photographer. Make
your business grow. Corporate and
private events.
Email:billie@faircloughphotography.com.au
Web:www.faircloughphotography.com.au. M:
0412 294 711.
www.linkedin.com/pub/billie-fairclough/22
/381/17

RESUMES
SUCCESSFUL
Resumes that
surpass expectations! Expertly
written! Professional recruiter. Call
Maria 0401 812 060

SITUATIONS VACANT
ACCOUNTS Person-small, friendly
business in Daglish approx 1 day
/month & BAS. Quickbooks
experience preferred. Send resume
to paddysted@iinet.net.au
DELIVERY Driver for small laundry
in Floreat. Approx. 18hrs/wk, Mon to
Thurs.
Ph: 0422 123 789
EXPERIENCED Carer required for
a lady with Parkinson's disease, to
work Monday and Thursday
afternoons from 3.30pm to 7.30pm.
Must be caring, have experience in
caring, possess a current police
clearance, own transport and at least
3 referees. Duties include: light
household tasks, caring needs etc.
Please call 0407 471 861
PHARMACY Retail Manager full
time.
Pharmacy
and
retail
experience is not compulsory. Very
well organised, energised, punctual,
decisive self starter with outstanding
customer service skills and a high
level of personal presentation.
Challenging and meaningful role that
affords the opportunity to make a
difference in a customer focused,
progressive community Pharmacy in
City Beach. In return we offer a
competitive salary and remuneration
package along with the opportunity
to join a company that truly values
it's employees. Please send resume
and cover letter outlining your
suitability for the position, to Rachel
at rjbugden@yahoo.com
RECEPTIONIST Part time, 2 to 4
days per week at boutique hearing
centre in Cottesloe, required to
provide support to our clients and
clinician. Duties include, but are not
limited to, reception, accounts
handling, administration, phone
enquiries, making appointments,
assisting patients and general office
cleaning. We are seeking a positive,
reliable and well presented individual
with outstanding customer service
skills; excellent communication and
interpersonal skills; sound computer
skills- including Microsoft Word and
Excel; an empathetic nature;
excellent time management and
organisational skills; attention to
detail; and flexibility with work hours.
Please email resume and cover
letter outlining your suitability for the
position to
chris.bennett@cottesloehearing.com.au

Indigo Painting

SITUATIONS WANTED
ACCOUNTING MYOB Mr Fixit. No
job too small, Phil 0419 952 261
BABYSITTER Available, every day
and night. Ph 0406 323 394
BABYSITTER Available for day,
evening and weekend work.
References, Police Clearance and
own reliable vehicle. $25 p/h, 3 hour
minimum. Please text and I can call
you back. West Leederville local.
Fran 0402 103 070
CHAUFFEURED Sedan service.
Airport and Western suburbs.
Luggage Trailer now available. VISA,
Mastercard and eftpos. Lic. 3862.
Call Barry 0422 376 943
CLEANA As a new pin. Meticulous,
you'll be thrilled.
0468 308 980
CLEANING Husband and wife
team. Excellent references 15 years
experience. Police clearance. 0433
835 783
CLEANING Ironing in your home
fortnightly. Thorough, honest,
reliable lady $25 ph. 0438 968 215
CLEANING Lady available, honest,
reliable. Call 0406 323 394
DOMESTIC Cleaning experienced
couple $25 each p.h. References
0452 551 834
GARDEN
A Backyard Blitz.
Experienced. Phone
Nick 0412 772 238
GARDENING All waste removed to
tip. Winterwork. Please phone Peter
0412 470 809

POST, August 15, 2015 Page 85

Finnegan finds
foreign form
SURFING

with Damian Lipscombe


WA bodyboarder Lewy Finnegan won
his maiden Bodyboard World Tour event
in Nilda, Chile, last weekend.
Lewy took an early lead with his opening
two rides during the four-man final, leaving
2008 world champion Uri Valadao (Brazil) in
second place.
Meanwhile, Trigg beach will see the running
of the metropolitan leg of the statewide
Sunsmart School Surfing Titles this week.
Local schools that could shake up Margaret
River Senior High Schools recent dominance
include Carine High School and Fremantles
Christian Brothers College.
Organisers are hoping for more moderate
conditions later in the week to allow for the
high standards seen at last years event.

ABOVE LEFT and ABOVE: An elated Lewy Finnegan after winning the Bodyboard World Tour event last weekend.

Tallow ... goodbye


Claremont council will uproot
chinese tallow trees in Thomson
Road if residents wont.

classifieds classifieds
SITUATIONS WANTED

TO LET

GARDENING
Lawnmowing,
whipper snipping, hedging, weeding.
Experienced and live local. $30-$35
ph. Craig 0411 315 807
GARDEN Maintenance W/Subs,
experienced.
Special
rates,
pensioners
0498 837 612
GARDEN Makeovers, clean ups,
reticulation. Small jobs, free quotes.
Landscape apprentice.
Call 0423 477 822
GARDEN Roses pruning expert,
spray fertilizer, climber 0421 215 495
HANDYMAN Efficient, reliable. 25
years
experience.
Painting,
gardening, tiling, craftsman etc. Call
Bob. 9444 6474, 0403 511 072
IRONING And Dry cleaning. Expert
24hr service. Quality work
guaranteed. Regular, reliable van
pickup and delivery to your door.
Local family run business.
Established 1986. Please phone
Prestige Ironers. "There are no
wrinkles in our reputation". 9385
7788 or 0403 121 181
IRONING Lady available, honest
reliable. Ph 0406 323 394
IRONING Large basket of max 20,
$50 (Including business shirts) or $3
per piece.
Contact 0404 059 944
MATURE Lady full time, part time.
General
admin
receptionist.
Outstanding customer service skills
in retail. Police clearance. Honest,
reliable. Own transport. Catherine
0421 045 632
PAINTING Best Coast painters.
Best service, best price. 0478 892
703
ROSE
Pruning expert. HTS
climbers. Phone Trevor 9574 5762

JOHN St Magic! Stunning fully


renovated home with 2 bedrooms, 1
bath, lounge, kitchen/meals, and
fabulous large back yard. Perfectly
located a short stroll to Cott main,
shops, cafes and the best of
Cottesloe. $575/week. Available
now! 0411 866 550

TO LET

MT CLAREMONT House, 2 x 1
with study, could be third bedroom,
alarm, retic. 2 car space. Close to
train, bus, schools. Lease for a year
with options from January 2016.
Owner advertised 0417 913 931
NEDLANDS To Let. Hampden Rd
Office, approx 48 sqm. Excellent
location $1250 + GST pcm inc. rates,
taxes and parking. David Azzopardi
0418 924 950

NEDLANDS
2 bedroom duplex, river precinct near
park, lock up garage $420.00 pw.
Ph 0412 190 288
AAAAFOR more properties To Let
see the classified advertisement
in our Real Estate
APARTMENTS
Short
stays
Subiaco/Nedlands, f/equipped fr $86
pn. Also available long term 0422
138 400
COTTESLOE $750pw, 3 x 2 +
study, dble gge, chef kitch, a/c,
alarm, retic, cls to amens. Freshly
painted throughtout. 0433 417 929
COTTESLOE McNeil St, delightful
2 br apartment, courtyard, close to
transport and Napoleon St
0424 618 303
DAWESVILLE For rent. Holiday
house, 2 storey with spectacular
views from large balcony. Large
theatre room, alfresco area, 4
bedroom, 3 toilet, sleeps 9 adults.
$640 per night or $3480 per week.
Call 0409 771 485
DUNSBOROUGH For rent. Older
holiday house, 4 bedroom, 2
bathroom, 2 toilets. $120 per night or
$680 per week. Call 0409 771 485

Clubs land sale idea queried

TENNIS Anyone? Stunning, large


ground floor 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom
apartment with, lounge, dining, large
modern kitchen, huge alfresco,
private garden, built in BBQ, 2 car
remote garaging, all with Tennis
Club and ocean views. Ask $1400
per week (neg). Available now! 0411
866 550

Moves to build a four-storey


apartment block on Cottesloe Golf
Club land are posing questions
Un-planting These trees dont fit Claremont for Nedlands council, which
leases the reserve to the club.
councils tree plan.

WEMBLEY
Duplex delightful,
sunny 3bd, with lots of outdoor living
space. Solar HW, UCP, AC. Great
location opposite park, close to
shops and transport. $440 per week.
Call 0408 460 129

The great LeCras

WEMBLEY On Subiaco border 2


brms, BIRs, internal laundry, sunny
balcony overlooking pool. Small well
kept complex, caretaker on site near
shops, rail, bus. $370 long lease,
0448 303 164
WEMBLEY W/Leederville duple 3br
quiet secluded location, carport,
North facing courtyard, NO PETS,
long lease, available now. Suit
professional/couple $380-$420pw
0497 621 833 (phone only) 9383
9790

WANTED TO BUY
33453

Ten tallows were planted by


residents on street verges in
June, but a report to councillors
at last Tuesday nights council
meeting said they were at odds
with Claremonts policy.
The report said Claremont
adopted its street tree plan
two years ago after community
consultation.
The london plane was selected
for Thomson Road ... however,
this selection did not satisfy all
residents, the report said.

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Claremont council letterdropped to 32 Thomson Road


homes. Of the 19 replies, 10 said
they wanted poincianas.
Five preferred london planes
and three wanted tallows.
Councillors voted unanimously
to remove the tallows.
The residents who planted the
trees will be given the opportunity
to take them back to plant on
private property, a council
spokeswoman said.
Any left after that (maybe two
or three at the very most) will be
planted in the park nearby.
The cost to the town would be
under $100.

From page 86

Lekka said his boots were the most important


part of his kit, that he didnt favour a send-off
rule like Barry Hall did, and if he could have
dinner with anybody he wanted, it would be
surfing champ Mick Fanning.
And if he was allowed a second guest, Mick
would have to be prepared to talk basketball
as well, because Celtics legend Larry Bird
would be there too.
It had been explained to me earlier that no
member of the press had ever been allowed
into the locker room, because team mottos and
game plans were everywhere and they were
for Eagle eyes only.
So I asked Lekka about the web and the
Eagles game plan, but he confirmed politely,
with a meaningful smile, that there would not
be any discussion about the game plan.
And fair enough.
It was time to close the notebook, and I know
it was extremely presumptuous, when you are
talking to a guy with a bloody near-perfect
goal-kicking technique and the results to show
for it, but told Lekka Id spotted a small glitch
in his kicking style.
What is it? he asked, I would be mad not
to pick your brain!
Now, Im acutely aware that the last thing the
Eagles coaching staff would want is an old fossil
like me giving advice to one of their milliondollar footballers, but I told him anyway.
He knew exactly what I was talking about,
and could explain why, which like everything
else about this young man, made perfectly
good sense.
I am sure hell play an integral part of the
Eagles, finals campaign next month and
hopefully in October as well.

Council CEO Greg Trevaskis


confirmed club officials had talked
to staff about the idea for land off
Alfred Road.
Nothing formal has been put to
us, Mr Trevaskis said.
People come to us all the time
and ask us questions, but until
there is something formal before
us, there is nothing we can do.
No one at the club was available
to comment.
Nedlands deputy mayor, councillor Bill Hassell, said if the club

had spare land it should hand it


back to the council.
It is understood the idea has
been widely discussed with golf
club members at three meetings
and with local MP and Premier
Colin Barnett.
Mr Trevaskis said the land was
a C-class reserve.
He said he expected the state
government would want to be paid
for the land.
That is expensive land, he said.
The club would need the agreement of the government and
Nedlands council.
Under changes in land laws,
C-class reserves no longer exist,
according to state government
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Austin Robertsons sporting

A legend comes to town


To hear your name mentioned in the same sentence
as Peter Hudson, one of only
26 Legends of the AFL, is
downright overwhelming and
humbling.

Nic Nat dominates the centre bounces, boundary throw-ins and stoppages.

The Nic and Nat show


In a match that would do justice to any grand final, played in
tricky and difficult conditions,
the indefatigable Hawks defeated the gallant Eagles at Subi
last weekend, thus keeping the
race for the top two wide open.
Make no mistake, these two
birds of prey were well matched
everywhere, neither with any
perceptible weakness.
But something was missing.
You hardly needed a bolt of
lightning from the leaden skies
to work out what it was.
For the saddest and most personal of reasons, Big Nic Nat was
not there.
Its hard to quantify just what
not having Big Nic there to
dominate the centre bounces,
boundary throw-ins and stoppages
actually meant.
On numerous occasions over
the past five years, I have been at
the forefront of criticism of Nic
Naitanui s spasmodic contribution to the Eagles overall plan,

despite his wonderful athleticism


and potential.
But since coach Adam Simpsons
arrival, Big Nic has established
himself as one of the elite power
players in the AFL.
Hes one of those select players who can be compared to Just
Spectacles: buy one and get one
free. The big guy is as valuable
as two players.
The Dockers, of course, have
their own Just Spectacles superstar, Nat the Magnif, even though
hes been wrapped up so tightly
in cotton wool that he has been
invisible for the past couple of
rounds.
There doesnt appear to be too
much wrong with Nathan, and a
short break has been just what he
needed to exert maximum revs
in the run-up to the finals, starting, probably, in this weekends
massive derby.
Lets hope he will get back to
help Sundays game live up to
its billing.

THE CLUB WITH THE


MILLION DOLLAR VIEW

For years I had wanted to


meet Peter, who was often at
the other end of the ground
from me during epic WA v
Victoria clashes in the days
of yore.
We did bump into each other
once, if memory serves me
correctly, at East Fremantle
Oval many moons ago when
Peter, Fred Phillis (the SA
full-forward of the day) and I
had a goal-kicking competition.
Incredibly, we had never met
formally, or had the chance
to shoot the breeze and swap
ideas.
But, last Friday, Peter the
Great and I were on the same
bill, entertaining a packed
house at the Blue Duck, in
Marine Parade, for the North
Cottesloe surf club.
It was a brilliant day, organised and compered by an
old mate, Subiaco stalwart
and AFL Life Member, Brian
Sierakowski.
I learnt Peter has a sharp
mind and a wonderful sense
of humour, and hes the most
humble of men.
I love the way the game is
played today, he said in answer to one question.
Thats not in sharp contrast
to my own feelings, though I am
more critical about rotations
and congestion.
I can see the day when we
will again have forwards that
kick 100 goals, he said.
The game continues to
evolve, and it was only a few
years ago that Buddy Franklin
topped the ton.

Siera, centre, Huddo and me reminiscing about the good times.


obvious question: Darling,
where are the kids?
Geeeezes, Peter shouted,
theyre still in the tavern!
The story ended happily:
there was no bomb!
At my Hall of Fame induction dinner a night I am still
coming to grips with Peter
was just two tables away, but
every time I looked over, he
was talking to somebody, which
prevented me from going over
to meet him.
He told me the same thing it
was a case of two ships in the
night so to get to meet the
great man finally was sweet
indeed.
I took great delight in reminding him wed actually
crossed paths once before, that
day at East Fremantle Oval.
He recalled the event, but
not the result.
But I did!
Hudson 3 goals 2 behinds;
Phillis 3.2; Robertson 4.1
(after missing the first one, 40
yards out, straight in front).
Good to be able to beat the
Vics at anything, eh?
Even if he was Tasmanian.

I agree with Peter on that


one.
The game is cyclical, and, just
like bell-bottom trousers, the
100-goals-a-year full-forwards
will come back.
Peter and his son, Paul, both
played in Hawthorn premierships, 20 years apart Peter in
1971 and Paul in 1991.
Even more incredible than
that is that the enduring
Michael Tuck, the AFL games
record holder at 426 games,
played in both matches.
And, if youre into incredible,
hows this?
Peter owned and ran the
Grenada Tavern in Tassie,
and one night they had a bomb
scare.
The bomb was due to go
off at midnight, and it was as
though Carlton tough man Wes
Lofts was hot on Huddos heels
because the champ had all the
patrons out of the tavern in
double-quick time.
Just as the gathered throng
outside were counting down
to the stroke of the witching
hour 10, 9, 8, 7, 6 Petes wife
arrived home, and asked the

The great LeCras


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you see a bona-fide ballplaying star of our game
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Last year, Nat the Magnif


suffered at the hands of the
match review panel when
suspended, and last week
Mark Lekka LeCras was also
sidelined for being unlucky
rather than malicious.
Last Friday, I was privileged
to get an opportunity to interview Lekka.
I had just watched a West
Coast Eagles training session and I had booked an
interview with master-class
sharp-shooting-forward-nowcum-midfielder through Gary
Stocks, the clubs PR head.
It was good to watch LeCras train, though overall, it
looked more like grown men
playing ring-a-ring-rosy than
what I would call serious AFL
football training.
This is really just a touch
session, Gary explained.
Their main session will
start tomorrow.
But the time for the interview was approaching as Mark
had taken a few shots on goal
(all good), and Gary said that
if I caught the lift back downstairs, I could meet him and
Lekka in the foyer.
Emerging from the lift, I
took a wrong turn and ended
up back in the street before
Garry, like a bloodhound,
emerged to guide me back to
the main foyer.
There was a slight hesitation
from Lekka when I hit him up
with my first question, about
whether he was enjoying

Mark LeCras
playing in the midfield and
up forward, rather than just
being a pure forward.
Umm, yes definitely enjoying it, he said.
I have worked hard, and,
of course, I am still spending
much more time in the forward
half.
There is a special bond between forwards of any era, the
chosen ones, if you like, given
the responsibility of kicking
the teams goals.
I also discovered similarities
between Mark LeCras and me:
we both started our careers at
19; we are exactly the same
height (183cm); we had exactly
the same playing weight (82kg);
we both kicked drop punts
exclusively; and LeCras is, and
I was, recognised as a pretty
accurate kick.
As youngsters, we both used
whatever targets were avail-

able to develop goal-kicking


skills as an apprenticeship for
later years in company with
the big boys.
I didnt model my kicking
style on anybody, LeCras said,
but I started very young and
my brother and I used a couple
of trees as goalposts.
In the next 10 minutes I
learnt that the only thing really French about him was
his name (he said it came
from way back), that he firmly
believed the Eagles could win
the premiership, that he felt
the Eagles greatest danger
was Fremantle, that he wasnt
really superstitious, but Matt
Priddis was, that his toughest
opponent was Craig Bolton,
and the player he admired
most was Dean Kemp.
But on to what I thought
were a couple of need-to-know
questions.
One of the truly great footy
mysteries to me is why a
player, who is clearly not fatigued, will leave the ground
for a rotation immediately
after hes kicked a goal.
It has always seemed to me
that a man who is hot may just
kick another one if he is left
out there.
How does that work? A satellite signal from Simmo?
No, Lekka clarified, rotations are pretty much decided
on time before the game starts.
Sometimes we might get a
message from the box, and a
goal being kicked gives us the
time to get off the field.
Well, that satisfies my longheld curiosity.
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Callums Hubihawkatic was


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terrifying and Danishkas bat looked
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Leelas pirate had lots of character
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Williams backyard was wonderfully
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Elanas Viking ship was beautifully done and I loved Maxs talented
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Stop trying to scare me!
Until next week,

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