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GREATER connection between the two sides of Midland, dissected by the freight rail line, is the underlying theme in Metropolitan Redevelopment Authorities new draft Midland Master Plan. more »
SWEET sounds of mandolin and guitar will soothe the soul in a concert next Wednesday at Governor Stirling Senior High School in Woodbridge. more »
STEP back in time to a 1950s-style deli in Guildford for a slice of traditionally made pork pie, baked by a young chef with the vision to bring her homemade dishes to the community in which she grew up. more »
IT came down to one solitary kick. more »
Gidgegannup shoot for their sixth premiership flag in seven years on Sunday. Below: Some of the action in the preliminary final clash between Gidgegannup and Parkerville at Bullsbrook. Pictures: Facebook more »
ONE disastrous quarter of football cost Parkerville any chance they had of playing in this weekend’s Hills Football Association Grand Final. more »
AS Perth reaches a peak in its development, more time needs to be spent on negotiating the future of open spaces. more »
THE innovative retail and artistic space at The Myre Project will have been operating for just two weeks tomorrow and already the town is buzzing with praise for the initiative. more »
DEVELOPMENT applications, housing development and a major problem with parking will see Subiaco become Perth's ghost town if something does not change dramatically.
YOU may not have realised the calibre of your drinking spot while quietly sipping on an ale in High Wycombe. more »
PIE aficionados Gary and Cassie Cooper are pleasantly surprised their products are among the most popular in the Perth Hills. more »
Reporter Sophie Gabrielle has been nominated for two major prizes at the 2013 West Australian Media Awards. more »
WHEN I opened the Reporter’s August 26 edition and read the headline "Ratepayer removed, pictures deleted" I really did wonder if I was in Australia. more »
NINE-month-old High Wycombe boy Levi Wibberley is a statistical anomaly. more »
PAM QUATERMASS, who has been working in women’s health since graduating in medicine in the 1970s, says we should not be sucked into the hype we hear about celebrity women having children in their late 40s. more »
IT'S no secret that the Mazda3 is Australia's best selling car. more »
WHAT does a grand buy you these days?
SPANISH fashion retail giant Zara will open its first West Australian store on Thursday August 21 at Garden City Shopping Centre. more »
THE Telstra Perth Fashion Festival announced its 2014 festival calendar at its new home, the Perth Concert Hall, this morning. more »
FOR many, the idea of a guardian angel looking over their shoulder is a comfort, but for young adventurer and wannabe-Viking Josh, the guardians are Norse gods. more »
PRODUCTION Oh What A Night! seems to become even more popular with time, much like the music act it pays tribute to - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. more »
JAMES Percy always knew he wanted to be an actor and the role of Harry Potter was at the top of his list. more »
EVERYTHING Working Dog Productions touches turns to gold and the Melbourne-based team’s latest ABC eight-part series, Utopia, is proving no exception. more »
THEY championed Australian cinema, introduced us to barely-seen foreign and independent films, brought film festivals to us and supported artistic expression.
THE one thing this umpteenth telling of the popular oversized, talking, fighting turtle’s story has going for it, is that it knows it is silly. more »
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Perth Royal Show
Davis Cup 2014
Reporter Natalie Nazzari puts her skills to the test on the Tough Mudder course.
Gosnells boxer Caitlin Parker has won bronze at the Youth Olympics in China. Natalie Nazzari reports.
Hawks want permanent nest
Wave of interest in new estate
Lecture address health of FIFO
man fined for cruelty