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Volume 26 No 51
Saturday December 20, 2015
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Freo loses
its ‘Twiggy’
by STEVE GRANT
JOAN HENDRY helped define
modern Fremantle.
• Joan Hendry (right) with close friend Chadia Sheel, while Gilly Brown and
Emma MacMillan remember Joan Hendry (below). Photo by Matthew Dwyer
She was a central figure of
the 80s in-crowd, a glamorous
hippy whose creative spark and
party-all-night attitude fitted
perfectly with the city’s emerging
reputation as Perth’s bohemian
capital.
“She was Freo’s Twiggy,” says
one of her friends.
It’s hard to work out who
made the comment; as five close
friends gather to comfort each
other in the wake of her death on
Monday night, their words tumble
over each other in the struggle to
describe how she filled their lives
to the brim.
“Joanie made you feel like
you were the only person in the
world,” says Kt Hannen, a longtime friend from the 80s.
“When she was with you, she
gave you 100 per cent undivided
attention.”
Gilly Brown was Ms Hendry’s
closest friend; the pair met as
nurses on the wards of Fremantle
Hospital in the 80s and instantly
hit it off. Ms Hendry needed
somewhere to stay so moved into
Ms Brown’s Beaconsfield home
with her boyfriend.
Even after she married
metalworker Robby Lang and
raised a family, she barely moved
out, says Ms Brown.
“She was here five nights a
week for the last 30 years,” she
laughs.
Ms Brown says her friend’s
style, creativity and “naughty”
streak made her a hit in
Fremantle’s post-America’s Cup
heyday.
“We made Fremantle what it
is, with people like Jim Fisher and
John Reed—we were the family of
Freo,” she says.
She says her own children have
been devastated by their “second
mum’s” death.
“She was a wonderful mother,
not only to her own kids, but to all
the kids,” she says.
“I’ll need to find a new skinny
dipping partner,” Ms Brown’s
daughter Emma MacMillan
confirms with a smile.
The pair are sitting on the
couch where Ms Hendry gave
birth to her son Gabe 19 years ago.
He was charged with her murder
on Thursday.
They’re reluctant to discuss
the circumstances of her death,
but Ms MacMillan says she hopes
a lasting legacy of Ms Hendry’s
death will be an overhaul of the
state’s mental health system.
Ms Hendry had tried to get
her son admitted to Fremantle
Hospital’s mental health unit, but
it was closed for the night.
“If anyting can bring change in
this mental health system, this will
be it,” Ms MacMillan says.
The Barnett government has
ordered an urgent review of the
circumstances that led to Ms
Hendry’s death, although acting
mental health minister Peter
Collier has said he can’t comment
further because of patient
confidentiality.
But local musician and fellow
80s A-lister Jim Fisher told the
Herald he thinks people are angry
enough to march on the hospital.
“If you can’t go there, where
can you go?”
“I’ve gone from this feeling of
shock and horror to this feeling of
discontent.”
Mr Fisher says Ms Hendry’s
death has had a huge impact on
Fremantle’s community, as she’d
been part of a crew that had
formed deep relationships through
the 80s and 90s.
Another of her close friends,
Chadia Sheel, said she was a one
of a kind.
“We used to call her Joanie the
one and only, and that’s exactly
what she was, she was unique, she
was a Fremantle icon.”
Kylie Wheatley, who only
recently had been organising a
tent for Ms Hendry’s looming
marriage to her current partner
Bruce Abbott, says Fremantle has
lost a “queen”.
“She inspired me, her family
and friends inspire me.
“She will always be with us,
her joy, her bravery, her strength
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Page 2 - Fremantle Herald, Saturday December 20, 2014
Jabbed into action
TWO used syringes lay
behind a busy Palmyra bus
stop for five days despite
being reported to authorities.
The bus stop on Canning
Highway—just 50 metres from
the Palmyra police station—has
a narrow gap behind it which
is just wide enough for a small
child to enter. The small gap is
also a magnet for litterbugs, with
soft drink cans, wrappers and
other litter adding to the mess.
The shelter doesn’t have
much in the way of redeeming
features, as a stinking bin
enclosure from an apartment
complex is straight over the
fence; the smell when the Herald
was there was stomach-turning.
The Chook’s informant
spotted the used syringes on
Friday night and immediately
reported them to the WA public
transport authority. When they
were still there on Tuesday she
also alerted a bus driver who
promised to pass on the location.
However, it wasn’t until the
Herald contacted the department
that the syringes were removed.
PTA spokesperson David
Hynes says technically it’s not
safely”.
He says a maintenance crew
happened to be in the area
when he was dealing with the
Chook’s enquiry, and it was able
to remove the syringes within
an hour.
RIP Joan
Hendry
• Left behind as bureaucrats
duck-shove responsibility.
their problem, as the bus shelter
is provided by Melville council
which should have been notified.
Our informant says no-one told
her that when she rang.
Mr Hynes concedes
responsibility is a “grey area”
but says the PTA had tried to
firm up responsibility by telling
councils it would look after
aluminium bus stops “and
the area in which the actual
boarding takes place, to ensure
that it can be done easily and
• from page 1
and the love she had for her
family will stay with us.”
Fremantle mayor Brad
Pettitt was also a friend of Ms
Hendry and said his heart sank
as he rode past her house on
Tuesday to see it blocked off by
police tape.
“She was one of those
larger-than-life people and she
was an iconic Freo person that
everyone knew, and that’s what
makes it so tragic,” Dr Pettitt
said.
Fremantle Labor MP Simone
McGurk has asked the Barnett
government for an urgent
briefing on after-hours mental
health emergency services.
Deputy frozen out
by STEVE GRANT
EAST FREMANTLE deputy
mayor Jenny Harrington
has been mysteriously
sidelined by her own council
from having any role in
the expected merger with
Fremantle.
Both councils met this week to
nominate interim commissioners,
having decided at earlier joint
talks to put forward their two
mayors and deputies.
But East Fremantle surprised
its big cousin by deciding at a
behind-closed-doors meeting that
councillor Sian Martin would
be nominated with mayor Jim
O’Neill, leaving deputy mayor
Harrington out in the cold.
The move had been set up
earlier in the month when town
councillors removed references to
the deputy mayor in an officer’s
recommendation and inserted
“an elected member” instead.
Cr Harrington was absent
from that meeting.
She wouldn’t comment to
the Herald about the change and
neither the mayor or town CEO
have returned the Herald’s calls.
Fremantle, which went with
the original plan at an open
council meeting this week, warns
East Freo’s machinations threaten
to derail the process.
“There is some concern
about the town’s position of
not automatically nominating
• Mark Woodcock—opposes
wards.
their deputy mayor, as this
may not give the minister a
level of confidence to agree
to the appointment of five
commissioners,” warn port city
staff in a report to council.
As a result Fremantle will
propose a Plan B and ask the
minister to consider three
commissioners if he’s unhappy
with the East Fremantle
arrangement.
Mayor Brad Pettitt says the
five-commissioner plan was
an attempt to make the interim
council more representative of
the merged entity.
Both Fremantle and East
Fremantle are pushing for wards
in the new city, not one city-wide
ward as recommended by the
WA local government advisory
board. But organising a ward
system could see unelected
commissioners remain in
place longer, and that’s not
something Mark Woodcock from
the Fremantle Residents’ and
Ratepayers’ Association is happy
about. He says wards should
be ditched, as per the Walgab
recommendations, and elections
be held as soon as possible.
Mr Woodcock says wards
allow councillors to represent
voters’ views but also pave the
way for minority groups to
pressure councillors. He says
wards have led to too many
people walking onto council
unopposed, which paves the way
for an underperforming council.
“To establish a ward system
before October 2015 we would
need to delay democracy and
leave a state governmentappointed commissioner in
charge of the city with little or no
oversight,” he says.
“At the end of the day a
district election shows a truer
form of democracy and if the
electors decide they prefer the
ward system after the next
election they can ask to have the
boundaries adjusted, as is their
right under the Act.”
• Merger not a done deal:
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• Nadja Kubalsky and Hannah Wilkins hug a gum to save it from the chipper. Photo by Matthew Dwyer
by STEPHEN POLLOCK
TREE-HUGGERS—literally,
they hugged the tree—have
won a stay of execution for a
mature white gum in Hilton
that was just hours away from
being axed and chipped.
Hannah Wilkins rushed
across Chadwick Street, where
she’s lived for 12 years, when
she was awakened by the
sounds of chainsaws. Workers
had already toppled a large
jacaranda and several other
trees.
She quickly clamped her
body around the surviving gum,
vowing not to move, and was
quickly joined by neighbours.
“It has to be one of the tallest
trees in Hilton,” Ms Wilkins told
the Herald.
“It’s beautiful and used by a
large cross-section of wildlife,
including birds and bees. Hilton
is a suburb renowned for its
heritage and gardens—it didn’t
seem right.”
The property has been vacant
for around eight months and is
being cleared for infill housing.
Mayor Brad Pettitt says the
property owner has agreed
to postpone a decision on the
tree until the new year: “She
has verbally agreed to halt the
chopping of the tree until we
hold discussions on what can be
done to save it,” he says.
Variations
“There should be some
planning variations we can
make to accommodate the
development and the tree.”
Neighbour “Rus Bus” says he
and other protesters were issued
move-on notices by police,
despite having already shifted
from the property onto the
public pavement.
“I’m gutted, the first thing I
knew about it was when I woke
up this morning,” he says.
“It’s a gorgeous tree, we want
to keep it.
“We’ve already lost the
jacaranda at the back.”
Neighbour Eva Day says the
tree was one of the reasons she
moved into Chadwick Street
and she was happy to see locals
taking a stand together.
Fremantle has a significant
tree register which offers
protection, but if the tree is
on private land it is up to the
landowner to voluntarily add
the tree to the register.
Nadja Kubalsky says
there should be incentives
for landowners to add trees,
otherwise they won’t bother.
According to a recent
report by the sustainable
futures institute, Fremantle
has just 10.4 per cent canopy
coverage—the second-worst rate
in the greater Perth region. The
council recently formed a green
committee to improve it.
Melissa Parke MP
Federal Labor Member for Fremantle
Wishing
everyone
Merry
Christmas
and a
Happy
Holiday
Season
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Dear Fremantle residents and business owners
On Friday 12 December the City of Fremantle advised residents and business owners that it
would be closing South Terrace, Essex Street, Essex Lane and Norfolk Lane to vehicle traffic
for four consecutive Sundays in December (21 & 28) and January (4 & 11) to host the major
family-oriented event, Slidestreet.
We regret to advise that the situation has changed this week as the event organisers
postponed all Fremantle dates for Slidestreet. Please disregard this road closure notification.
The City had been working with Slidestreet Pty Ltd to bring some festive cheer and summer
fun to the city during December and January and we are very disappointed that the event
will not be happening as planned.
If you have purchased tickets for Slidestreet Fremantle please contact [email protected]
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www.fremantle.wa.gov.au/lgreform
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Herald for publishing “Please
explain” (December 6, 2014). To
target the three councillors for
exercising their right to vote
as they see fit is in our view an
attack on democratic principles.
Congratulations and thank you
Crs June Barton, Nick Pazolli and
Susanne Taylor-Rees for doing a
wonderful job and voting for what
you believe is right.
The councillors represent the
ratepayers and community and
thank you for your dedication and
hard work. The councillors are voted
in by the people and have equal vote
on matters. Some mayors and CEO
should step back and say “are we
over-stepping our role”?
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Denny Way, Alfred Cove
For rail, Tine?
CHRISTMAS CHURCH SERVICES
Please come & join us - all welcome
Sunday, 21 December 10am
Carol Service 7pm
Thursday, 25 December 9.30am
Christmas Day Service
ARE you for real, Tine Arvid,
Marine Terrace, Fremantle?
(Herald letters, December 13,
2014). This really is drawbridge
mentality. You move next to a
working railway line, you expect
to hear train-like noises. The idea
of a night-time curfew is utterly
ridiculous!
Alice Rowell
Mewstone Crescent,
North Coogee
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I TOOK this photo Wednesday,
which disturbed me, showing
skateboarders skating down
the steps of the Monk on South
Terrace, just missing a person in a
wheelchair.
They continued with their
antics and no person did anything
to stop them. There were three
skateboarders. Later I was down
Collie Street in a shop and there
seemed to be a continuous stream of
skateboarders coming and going.
Please can you advise who I
should send my complaints to at the
council as I think this trend needs
to be stopped quickly before the
holidays get into full swing.
Jacky Jarrett
Fremantle
Mental health
in crisis—get
loud about it
GOVERNMENT deficit? It
was distressing to hear of Joan
Hendry’s unfortunate death this
past week.
Joan Hendry was in the best
position to say her son needed
help. She did the best for her son
and sought the medical help he so
desperately needed. It is beyond
comprehension that he was turned
away from Fremantle hospital.
As a mother and mental health
carer of many years I can tell you a
short consultation in the ED does
not enable a good risk assessment.
Mental health consumers in crisis
need to be monitored over a 24-hour
period to make the best decision.
Why did that not happen in
this instance? Who is to blame?
The government must share the
responsibility. Funding to mental
health services has been cut. What
did they think was going to happen?
Mental health carers are a resilient
lot. However, there is a limit to living
with ambiguous loss and threat to
personal safety. We do this work
24/7 and we are in the best position
to know when our loved one is
becoming unwell and requires crisis
intervention.
It is morally reprehensible that the
government is not listening; will it
listen now?
There are not enough salaried
mental health workers to meet
increasing demands and also not
enough beds. The ED is the worst
place to accommodate mental
health consumers when they are in
crisis. Why should an extraordinary
amount of taxpayers’ money be spent
to refurbish the premier’s office and
build a pond in the middle of Perth
when the most vulnerable in our
society have to suffer?
It makes me really angry and
distressed when a mother and her
unwell son could not receive the
appropriate care he needed that
resulted in her untimely death. Her
son is also a victim in this story.
Mental health is in crisis. I urge
taxpayers to speak out loud about
how the budget is spent. Do not
sweep this issue under the carpet:
it does not belong in the too-hard
basket either. What will you do?
I offer my sincere condolences to
Joan Hendry’s family.
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I BET the residents of Bicton and
Palmyra are dismayed to find the
new council boundaries mean
they have been shunted over to
the council that killed Fremantle.
Suzanne Hanley
Calpin Cres, Attadale
That’s all the letters for 2014, folks.
Sorry to those who sent in some
rippers that we couldn’t fit (Sharon Joy
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HERE are many reasons
why the amalgamation
of the Town of East
Fremantle into a “Greater”
Fremantle council as
determined by the Barnett
government is not in the
interest of East Fremantle
residents.
These include:
• expensive and disruptive
process (for up to five years);
• political parties likely to
enter into local government
elections;
• no evidence of long-term
savings;
• East Fremantle has low
rates and sound finances;
• East Fremantle maintains
its infrastructure, in particular
its roads, footpaths, parks and
gardens well;
• loss of representation; and,
• loss of community focus.
However it is the loss of
representation and community
focus which have the potential
to have the greatest effect on the
future of East Fremantle.
Fremantle’s mayor Brad Pettitt
gave an excellent talk to GlydeIn members a couple of weeks
ago. He assured those present
that as mayor of the proposed
“Greater” Fremantle council he
would do everything he could to
IENDLY NEW YEAR’S
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BRUCE SELIGMAN is a “concerned” East Fremantle resident. His
concern is his town will become an after-thought if it’s merged into
it bigger southern cousin. He says locals have the chance to stop that
happening, by voting NO at the February poll.
support the continuation of East
Fremantle as a community with
its own focus.
This would include ongoing
support for activities such as
Glyde-In, George Street festival
and the various sporting clubs
as currently provided by the
existing town council.
However, he did admit that
even as mayor he could not
guarantee this as the prioritising
of support for local activities was
a decision of council rather than
the mayor.
Brad also explained the
model which the Barnett
government had accepted, in
particular the lack of wards
in the proposed Greater
Fremantle council could result
in East Fremantle having no
representative on council.
In this situation the interests
of East Fremantle residents such
as the current level of support
for community activities would
have no direct representation
and could well suffer. Even if the
present plan was modified and
wards allowed, East Fremantle
would almost certainly still
‘The recent joint letter from
the mayors of Fremantle and
East Fremantle has given
the impression to many
East Fremantle residents
the amalgamation of East
Fremantle into the proposed
Greater Fremantle is a fait
accompli. This is not so.’
have dramatically reduced
representation.
In this era of globalisation,
sense of community is
disappearing. East Fremantle
is lucky that its relatively small
size allows a community focus
with activities such as the
Sharks, Tricolore, Glyde-in, its
sailing clubs and bowling club.
This community focus
would all be subject to dilution
and consequent loss fo the
community spirit which can add
so much to a quality lifestyle.
The recent joint letter from
the mayors of Fremantle and
East Fremantle has given
the impression to many
East Fremantle residents the
amalgamation of East Fremantle
into the proposed Greater
Fremantle is a fait accompli.
This is not so.
East Fremantle is one of
only six councils permitted
the opportunity to reject
amalgamation. As outlined
in an earlier letter from East
Fremantle’s mayor, there is
a two-stage process which
allows a poll/referendum of
residents to decide whether
they are in favour of or against
amalgamation.
The first stage, a petition
requiring a minimum of 250
signatures seeking the poll, has
already been lodged with close
to 600 signatures. The second
stage, the poll itself is scheduled
to be held on February 7, 2015.
If at least 50 per cent of East
Fremantle’s electors vote and a
majority of those electors vote
“No” the minister must reject
the recommendation for the
amalgamation.
But at least 50 per of electors
need to vote in the ballot for a
“No” vote to be valid, so when
the voting papers arrive please:
• exercise your democratic
right by voting; and,
• vote NO to amalgamation
to save East Fremantle.
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Parents ‘welcome’ school change
by STEVE GRANT
PARENTS at Hamilton Senior
High School welcome its
closure, even though they face
a longer drive taking their
children to South Fremantle,
says principal Donna
McDonald.
with the WA public transport
authority to sort out bus routes
and is confident it’ll be a smooth
transition.
She’s also eyeing off the top
job at the College, but says it’ll
be advertised when the mergers
happen and will no doubt attract a
field of candidates.
The existing South Fremantle
SHS board will be bolstered
heading into the mergers with
the inclusion of Curtin University
professor Peter Newman and
Notre Dame University education
dean Michael O’Neill.
Board chair Rachel Robertson
is delighted with the school’s
growth, saying it adds to the
impetus the school is already
gaining from becoming an
independent public school in 2015
(independent schools have more
autonomy to make local decisions
at a school board level).
Already 200 new students have
enrolled, Ms Robertson says.
“We have a strong record of
industry partnerships, community
support and excellent student
outcomes to build on in the
future,” she says.
“With this announcement, we
can now work towards our goal of
a larger and even more successful
school that retains our key values
and community support but
which offers additional outcomes
for students.”
Fremantle Labor MLA Simone
McGurk and mayor Brad Pettitt
both welcome what’s being
promoted as a merger, but
caution it must be matched with
a financial commitment from the
Barnett government.
Ms McGurk says the process
has taken too long and caused too
much unnecessary community
grief. She says parents will feel
betrayed if they enrol their
children at the school only to learn
the much-talked about academic
stream isn’t operational in its first
year. Traci Gamblin, the driving
force behind the lobby group High
School Options for Fremantle,
says her group would have much
preferred to see John Curtin
College of the Arts open more of
its enrolment to local students.
However, with that campaign lost
she says it’s time to get behind
Fremantle College and ensure it
offers a full range of educational
opportunities.
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Hamilton SHS’s principal
since 2007 she’s sad about “losing
this lovely old lady” but parents
recognise the benefits of being able
to enrol their children in a school
with a comprehensive academic
stream.
Earlier this week WA education
minister Peter Collier announced
Hamilton will close and the site
will be sold. Its student body will
be transferred to an expanded
South Fremantle SHS campus
on Lefroy Road in Beaconsfield:
“The site will be substantially
upgraded and expanded to create
the Fremantle College, at a cost of
about $30 million,” Mr Collier said.
Ms McDonald said parents
were initially concerned but as
they’ve learned more they’ve
become excited at the possibilities.
“I am also the president of the
local Rotary club so I get around
meeting people quite a lot, and
my sense is that the community is
really supportive,” she says.
“I have been proud of my staff,
because all they can see is the
positives.”
Some jobs are likely to be lost.
Ms McDonald says she’s
already booked an appointment
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• A high-pressure spray leaves the Tradewinds’
bins clean, but a local businessman says the
grime and smell is putting his customers off.
Smelly
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by STEVE GRANT
A LOCAL businessman says his customers
are being put off by horrid smells from a local
hotel cleaning its bins and loading bay.
Stephen Zito runs Cellarbrations liquor store
on Canning Highway just near Stirling Bridge and
says every time the Tradewinds Hotel hoses out
its bins and bay, the waste forms a stinking stream
right outside his front door. His gutter is adorned
with a grey smear, flecked with detritus.
He’s been complaining about it for years, but
was prompted to call the Herald this time because
tiny East Fremantle council had told him it was too
busy to send anyone to investigate.
“It’s pollution, because that water goes straight
into the stormwater drains,” Mr Zito told the
Herald. “I didn’t think you were allowed to let
waste water leave your property.”
He says many of his regulars walk to the store
and they all comment about the stench.
Tradewinds manager Peow Lim told the Herald
his staff did what they could to control the water,
but there wasn’t anywhere to contain it.
“When we clean the loading dock we do try to
push the water onto the vacant site next door, but
some of it does go down the street,” he conceded.
Mr Lim promised to get someone to give the
street in front of Mr Zito’s shop a sweep.
The Herald didn’t hear back from the council.
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Roe the ‘wrong way’
by STEVE GRANT
THE federal and state
governments have kicked
in the millions to finish Roe
Highway, but Fremantle
mayor Brad Pettitt says
it’s taking the wrong—and
expensive—route.
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Russell Aubrey joined premier Colin Barnett to announce Roe’s got
the money. Photo by Steve Grant
The federal government has
promised $925m, while the state
government is to kick in another
$591m—which Mr Barnett
acknowledges will add to the
state’s debt in the short term.
But Dr Pettitt says they’re
wasting money and there’s a
cheaper option that will divert
the highway past the sensitive
Beeliar wetlands.
He says he’s been urging
Main Roads to revisit an early
option to send Roe down an
existing rail corridor and back
onto Stock Road closer to Beeliar
Drive.
He says that will make the
highway easier to link with
the Outer Harbour, which
is pencilled in for a 2025
construction. Dr Pettitt says the
feedback he’s got from Main
Roads is that they’re concerned
about the impact on residents
along the route, but he says the
destruction of the wetland is
“indefencible”.
“The problem with Main
Roads, and it’s the same with
High Street, is that they see
A-Class reserves as vacant land
to put roads through, rather than
as important environments,” he
told the Herald.
But Melville mayor Russell
Aubrey couldn’t contain his grin
at Wednesday’s announcement.
He says the federal
commitment is vindication for
his unwavering support for
the project over more than a
decade; even in the face of stiff
opposition from neighbouring
councils Fremantle and
Cockburn.
The three are part of the
South West Group of councils
which recently released its wish
list for state funding.
Top of the list was Roe
Highway, which had Labor’s
Cockburn MP Fran Logan
hopping mad.
He wants to know why
Cockburn and Fremantle are
supporting the project through
the SWG, given they’re publicly
opposed.
But Mr Aubrey said the two
councils were simply outvoted,
while Dr Pettitt says they
support an upgrade to Stock
Road, but without going through
the wetlands.
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by DAVID BELL
POLITICALLY charged graffiti on the old
woolstore in Elder Place will be allowed to stay
under Fremantle city council’s street art policy.
Since last year the council has been allowing
graffiti it likes to stay up, instead of ordering that it
be painted over.
Palestinian flag
This piece depicts a soldier standing over a
woman, then enters the third dimension with a
woman’s figure crushed under a pile of rubble at his
feet, reaching out to offer the soldier flowers.
The pair stands on a background of the
Palestinian flag, painted over the previous “disabled
vessel” signal.
Community development director Marisa
Spaziani and council public art expert Corine Van
Hall decided to let this one stay.
Mayor Brad Pettitt says since the policy was
introduced last year about a dozen artworks have
been spared from oblivion. Police initially opposed
the policy, fearing it’d draw vandals to the area.
But Dr Pettitt says he’s “very happy” with the
way the policy’s worked, “and the other thing that’s
been interesting is the way that tagging and other
graffiti has dropped”.
“There were some fears there’d be an increase in
that, and we’ve actually seen a decrease by getting
people to focus on quality street art.”
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“M
for me.”
Y wish was to go to India
to teach children there but
God had different plans
Instead of following in the footsteps
of Mother Teresa, Sister Canisius, born on
the Croatian island of Brac, was sent to
Fremantle in 1936, just before the outbreak
of WWII.
More than 78 years after disembarking
from the SS Orontes in Fremantle, the nun
has achieved another milestone, celebrating
her 100th birthday yesterday.
“It took three weeks to get here and
there wasn’t a lot here in those days,”
the affable and widely known and loved
sister told the Herald. “There were hardly
any cars—a few horses but mostly people
seemed to walk or catch the bus. They
sent me here because there were a lot of
Croatian people who had already been here
many years.
“When I came there was no priest, no
nuns ... no pastoral care for these Croatian
settlers. Our order, the Sisters of St Joseph
of the Apparition, are missionaries and
while I and three of my contemporaries
volunteered for India we got a letter from
our nuns in Fremantle to send someone for
the Croatian community. The four of us left
Marseilles and arrived in Fremantle on the
17th of November.
“Our convent was near St Patrick’s.
There was very little in Fremantle and
Spearwood was a very small place.
Everyone worked extremely hard. I
remember there were six Australian
families, six Croatian families and six Italian
families working the market gardens. There
was no machinery, everything was done by
hand—even the watering.
“Once a week, on Monday morning
the families would load their produce onto
a truck. One family had a truck and they
would pick up all the vegetables and take
everyone’s produce to the Perth fruit and
vegetable market in Wellington Street. The
• Sister Carnisius celebrates her birthday
with past students and well-wishers at
the Croatian Community Centre in North
Fremantle.
children worked hard as well. They told me
they didn’t like holidays because they had
to work in the market gardens. Even when
school was on they had to work before and
after—it was a hard life.”
After studying and attaining teaching
qualifications in Perth, Sister Canisius
(born Katica Mladinic) caught a bus to St
Jerome’s in Spearwood—then one of only
two primary schools in the area—where
she taught everything from the times table
to spelling, reading and social studies. She
recalls the poverty of the time, and says
only people who could afford to pay school
fees did so.
Sister Canisius devoted 49 years to
teaching at St Jerome’s, the girls’ boarding
school at St Patrick’s, St Joseph’s in Albany
and Christ the King in Beaconsfield. But
pastoral care was her other passion and she
paid regular visits to inmates in Fremantle
prison, brought succor to the sick in
hospitals (30 years at Fremantle Hospital
until a fall two years ago), and visited the
elderly in nursing homes, a task she still
undertakes today.
She has been a regular Tuesday
institution at Villa Dalmacija since it was
built 27 years ago and was duly recognised
with a morning tea that stretched well
into the afternoon on Tuesday. Similar
celebrations were held at Our Lady of
Mount Carmel in Hilton and St Anne’s
church in North Fremantle.
One of Sister Canisius’ fondest and
strongest memories was the first Croatian
Mass in WA in 1937. It was held in
Spearwood’s St Jerome’s church which, she
told the Herald, was built “stone by stone”
by migrant, mostly Croatian, volunteers—
and was celebrated by Father Lancelot
Goody, later to become Archbishop of
Perth.
“Father Goody went to Split, Croatia to
study for 18 months and when he returned
he came to St Jerome’s,” she recalled. “He
knew enough Croatian to say Mass—you
should have seen the people at church
that day. Word got round of this Mass and
people came from miles around, mostly on
foot, and some came from as far away as
Wanneroo. There were more people outside
the church than in it.”
Mass in Croatian was not celebrated
again until the 1950s.
After her teaching days ended in 1985,
Sister Canisius took to teaching catechism,
initially for Catholic children who attended
government schools and then as a helper to
various Croatian priests in North Fremantle
and Gwelup. She maintained this regime
until 2004 when she told Father Nikola
Cabraja, who is still the parish priest at St
Anne’s, that she would withdraw from
teaching because “it isn’t nice that children
can hear me but I can’t hear them”.
Sister Cansius was 90 at the time.
“She was aways a pleasure to work
with,” Fr Cabraja recounted. “Her quiet
authority will remain etched in the memory
of generations and the respect she imparted
to them is a magnificent legacy.”
Sister Canisius says her greatest blessing
has been her good health: “My mind’s
good—that’s the main thing for me and my
good health is a great blessing from God—
not everyone is blessed in this way,”she
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OLLY-LEGS LAMOND (aka Toni
Lamond) won her moniker after
her legs were voted the secondbest pair in television by the late Noel
Ferrier in the ‘70s. Rhonda Burchmore
wasn’t around then so we’re not sure
who won.
There’s nothing second-best about this
delightful home in Lamond Street, Alfred
Cove.
Located down a long, aged brick paved
and tree lined drive, and set amid a lush
garden, and mature trees it’s a tranquil
oasis, sitting on 714sqm.
“People say it’s like Margaret River,” the
vendor says. “[And] when I go back out
the drive I think ‘oh my God, I’m back in
Perth.”
The five-bedroom/two-bathroom cedarclad home is simply the best, in my opinion,
with charm by the bucketful and a style
well worth writing home about.
The central entrance takes you straight
into the heart of the home—its spacious
living/dining/kitchen area—where lovely
golden timber flooring and white painted
timber ceilings give a charming ambience.
And check out the cute burgundy
combustion stove, with regal lions
embossed on the sides, perfect for cold
nights and just plain decorative over
summer.
Filtered by outdoor greenery, masses of
huge windows ensure plenty of light—and
a soothing vista in just about any direction.
The renovated kitchen is spacious, with a
five-burner 900mm stainless steel stove and
a swathe of caesar-stone bench space and
storage including a large double pantry.
A second sitting room off the kitchen
has huge double-glass doors onto a timber
deck and is a pleasant retreat for quiet
contemplation.
Or invite the gang over to enjoy the pool,
and a barbecue under the cabana, while the
littlies play in the delightful timber cubby
house.
And at day’s end climb the golden
timber stairs to three of the bedrooms,
including the main, and a spacious sitting/
games room.
Steeply-sloping timber beamed ceilings
add an interesting dimension and feel to the
bedrooms, all of which are double.
The balcony off the sitting room, and
main bedroom, gazes out across the leafy
greenery, and you could be forgiven for
forgetting you’re in the heart of the suburbs.
68A Lamond Street, Alfred Cove
from $1.175 million
Rebekah Vos-Jamieson
0428 175 643
Locate Real Estate
9335 9007
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• Loaded with space for boat, caravan & trailer
• A selection of living areas over two levels
• Impressive lagoon swimming pool in full view from kitchen
• Modern Tuscany Vibe
• Minutes strolling to river and Deepwater Point
• Heartbeat location at Queens Road precinct
• Master suite(s) and living areas on ground and upper level
• Private screen walls, on the bus route
• Fabulous entertaining courts, magnificent trees
• Easy drive to Perth CBD, Fremantle and beaches
• Quiet sanctuary position midst lush gardens
• Minutes to bus & Blackwall Reach
• Spacious Floorplan, separate living zones
• Private rear accommodation wing
• Protected garden alfresco entertaining
• Double garaging plus store room
• ‘French Chateau’ influenced
• Generous flowing proportions
• Ensconced in Bicton’s riverside enclave
• The rear faces North, spectacular and protected
• Glamorous entertaining, poolside gourmet alfresco
• Flanked by peppermints and lush gardens
• Polished porcelain, beech & granite kitchen
• Luxurious spaciousness, several living areas
• Generous lobby, State of the Art cinema
• Oversize garage, rear workshop, picturesque aspect
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FREMANTLE
8/10 KWONG ALLEY, NORTH FREMANTLE
LATE 9’s EARLY 1’s
EXCLUSIVE HARBOUR CLASSIC
• Luxuriously appointed 3Bed x 3Bath Penthouse with 4 balconies
• Exceptional location, magnificent River Precinct
• Walk to Port Beach, bars, restaurants & Fremantle
• Ultimate privacy with neighbours on one side only
• 2 u/cover secured car bays, store , low levies
FREMANTLE
3
• Cannonball views. Moving Ships
• Generous floor plan offers separate living zones over 2 levels
• Take the lift from your car bays to the top floor
• Secured entry with camera
• Premium investment, currently `short stay` accommodation
3
221 THE ESPLANADE, MOUNT PLEASANT
ULTIMATE RIVER LIFESTYLE
2
• Waterfront `Dress Circle` position
• Spectacular aspect, lifestyle & theatre
• Outstanding North facing corner location
• Elevated private sundrenched landscaped
• Classic `Overman` - Generous, unassuming, elegant
• European infused enchanting ambience
HOME OPEN:
THIS SAT AND SUN
2.30 - 3.00
NOEL ROGERS 0409 300 600
2
• Open planned spaciousness luxuriously appointed
• Tastefully finished in granite oak marble & terracotta
• One single level, no stair no steps
• Selection of living areas and garden courts
• Secured screen walls, gated entries
• Oversized garaging. Additional parking space
[email protected]
EARLY 2’s
9 EMERALD AVENUE, MOUNT PLEASANT
LATE 9’s EARLY 1’s
39B POINT WALTER ROAD, BICTON
LATE 7’s EARLY 8’s
3 COLDWELLS STREET, BICTON
EMERALD GIFT
BICTON ALLURE
STUNNING ELEVATED POSITION
• Majestic and statuesque
• Expansive 800sqm corner lot
• Dress circle position, river views to Freshwater Bay
• Luxurious entertaining, executive estate
• Gated entrances, privacy with mystique
• Loaded with space for boat, caravan & trailer
• A selection of living areas over two levels
• Impressive lagoon swimming pool in full view from kitchen
• Modern Tuscany Vibe
• Minutes strolling to river and Deepwater Point
• Heartbeat location at Queens Road precinct
• Master suite(s) and living areas on ground and upper level
• Private screen walls, on the bus route
• Fabulous entertaining courts, magnificent trees
• Easy drive to Perth CBD, Fremantle and beaches
• Quiet sanctuary position midst lush gardens
• Minutes to bus & Blackwall Reach
• Spacious Floorplan, separate living zones
• Private rear accommodation wing
• Protected garden alfresco entertaining
• Double garaging plus store room
• ‘French Chateau’ influenced
• Generous flowing proportions
• Ensconced in Bicton’s riverside enclave
• The rear faces North, spectacular and protected
• Glamorous entertaining, poolside gourmet alfresco
• Flanked by peppermints and lush gardens
• Polished porcelain, beech & granite kitchen
• Luxurious spaciousness, several living areas
• Generous lobby, State of the Art cinema
• Oversize garage, rear workshop, picturesque aspect
4
3
2
1
2
2
4
2
2
4
3
HOME OPEN: THIS SAT AND SUN 11.00 - 11.30
COMING SOON
HOME OPEN: THIS SAT AND SUN 1.30 - 2.00
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0409 300 600
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OFFERS INVITED
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EARLY 2’s
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by JENNY D’ANGER
TEPHEN HAWKING’S
TV show Into the
Universe was about
time travel this week, raising
the tantalising and tangibly
real theory of going into the
future.
Which raised an interesting
debate in the D’Anger house
about whether you’d want to
go forward—or back into the
past (not sure quantum theory
allows that).
With a love of all things
heritage I know in which
direction I’d be setting the
dial—besides, do we really
want to witness the results of
the mess we’re making of the
place?
Fremantle, with its many
old homes, is a bit like a time
machine and this delightfully
small Attfield Street semidetached was a chance to
immerse myself in family life
100 years ago.
The street is a mix of
gorgeous old homes, some
veritable mansions and some
that started life out as simple
workers’ cottages.
This cute Victorian Georgian
style abode is of the latter
variety and oozes character
from every limestone wall, and
pressed-tin ceiling (of which
there are many).
No doubt when it was built
more than a century ago a
family of probably eight or more
lived cheer-by-jowl in the twobedroom home.
The loo and a vegie garden
would have been up the back
and I could picture mum
gossiping with neighbours
from the verandah abutting the
footpath.
Setting the dial to fast
forward, times have changed
and for the demands of today’s
home owner it’s more suited to
a couple, or even a single.
You step straight into the
Real Estate
Settlement Agent
All Hours Mobile Service
Hotline 9335 9133 Professional Service
“Over 25 years in the
real estate settlement
industry, BAFC
Settlements know how to
provide the best service
and value in the business.
Exercise your right to
choose your preferred
settlement agent and
speak to BAFC today”
lounge with its mellow baltic
pine floors. Pressed-tin ceilings
and a lovely timber fireplace
ensure it’s a cosy place to relax.
The home probably started
out as two rooms, with an
extension added so long ago
it has a pressed-tin ceiling and
an old-fashioned skylight that
doubles as ventilation, allowing
cooling cross breezes.
A rough limestone wall and
brick quoin around the door
show that what is now an inner
wall was once the rear of the
house.
And jarrah floors attest to
what is now the open living/
dining/kitchen being built well
after the original section.
A spacious bedroom off the
living area has lovely old french
windows onto a lushly planted
garden, where limestone walls
ensure privacy.
Sitting on just 179sqm, this
delightful home really is a time
capsule.
But when you want to re-
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Licensee/Director Dip Mental Health
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80 Attfield Street, Fremantle
$750,000
Jinny Henshaw
0418 908 858
Mark Brophy Estate Agent
9335 9800
By HAYDEN GROVES
REIWA Deputy President
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M
ost agents ask their clients for a
contribution to the marketing and
promotional costs when selling their
property. Only a handful of agencies still absorb
the advertising expenditure and punt that the
commission achieved upon the sale will cover
the cost.
This trend towards Vendor Paid Marketing
(VPA) has occurred partly due to fee
deregulation in 1998 whereby the government
Scale of Fees was abolished and agents’ fees
began to be negotiated down. The rapid growth
of more sophisticated methods of marketing is
another reason. Ten years ago, agents would
typically implement about six key marketing
methods such as print advertising, standard
company signage and window cards. Nowadays,
agents implement a promotional campaign that
includes about fourteen different activities.
An agent who absorbs the
advertising expenses entirely
has to recoup these costs...
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engage with the present just
leave the car behind and walk
to the vibrant South Fremantle
cafe strip, or wander in the other
direction and you’re in the CBD
in no time.
The cost of advertising is high, especially
for print media and there are genuine benefits for
the seller to pay for the promotional campaign
when selling their property.
Firstly, it provides the seller an element
of control over the marketing campaign. The
frequency of the advertising, the style of the
campaign and its content are all influenced by
those paying for it. It is more difficult for a seller
to justify directing the agent for the content of
the advertising if the agent is paying for it.
Secondly, it saves the seller money. Because
agents are required by law to justify the precise
costs of each and every marketing activity
charged to the seller with a maximum agreed
cost agreed at the time of listing, properties
that are sold early in the campaign attract less
advertising expense. In other words, agents
can only charge their sellers what advertising
expenses have actually been used and must
provide a statement of those expenses to their
clients. An agent who absorbs the advertising
expenses entirely has to recoup these costs by
charging a higher overall selling fee with any
early sale saving not passed on to the seller.
Thirdly, vendors can be guaranteed a
good campaign. Most agents offer marketing
alternatives, some a “gold, silver or bronze”
marketing package and sellers are able to
tailor a marketing campaign to their budget
and expectations and can be certain it will be
implemented.
Of the fourteen marketing activities agents
undertake, not all of them will carry a fee (access
to the agent’s buyers for example) and about
four of them attract about 85% of the buyers
so spending many thousands of dollars on
marketing is usually unnecessary and wasteful.
Agencies differ in their approach but investing
about $2000 for a three month campaign
ordinarily ensures efficient and substantial
exposure to the market and attracts the right
buyer.
These comments are the writer’s own and do not necessarily reflect the current opinions and policies of the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia.
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P
UNK band The Dead
Kennedys brought
the term “uber” out
of Germany and into the
English lexicon with their
song California Uber Alles.
While “uber” is generally
taken to mean “extra” its literal
translation is “above”: Uber Caf,
in the back blocks of Attadale,
is certainly a cut above your
average small shopping precinct
eatery.
Actually it’s better than
many cafes and restaurants, full
stop.
Everything is made in-house,
including a fantastic lime mayo
and a beetroot relish that had
my young lunch companion in
raptures and wanting to buy a
couple of jars.
Sadly for him while Uber
does sell some of its relishes and
a chilli jam, the beetroot isn’t for
sale.
The relish had been
smothered over the Uber Burger
($16), which was so uber there
was no way he was getting his
mouth around it.
As he tackled it a giant,
homemade patty was revealed:
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“It was a very generous size,
loaded with fresh vegetables,
sticky pork and a divine
beetroot relish,” he opined
when asked to pen his thoughts.
Unless you just want salad
there’s not a lot of non-meat
choices on the menu, but my
frittata ($9.50), with caramelised
onion did hit a high spot.
The third member of our trio
had the lamb slider ($17), which
unlike sliders elsewhere was
huge: “With pulled, tender lamb
and a tangy minted yoghurt,”
she said after tackling the
generous serve.
We chased it all down with a
shared bowl of very good chips
($8).
Cakes are also made inhouse and we stared at the
fridge holding them for quite
some time, trying to make
up our minds. In the end the
young bloke went for the triple
chocolate brownie ($5.20), while
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I had the meringue-topped
apricot slice ($4.90).
“It was ridiculously rich, but
definitely worth it,” Nick said
of the brownie and I concurred
about my slice.
Young Darcy picked an
absolute winner in the almond
and orange cake ($6.90). “Pure
heaven on a plate, juicy, it
exploded in your mouth with a
citrus punch along with chewy
orange segments,” she said, and
having tried a smidge we all
agreed.
A couple of very fine coffees
and it was back on the road for
our intrepid trio.
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6161 2776
open 7days
6.30am–5pm
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Heaven of a year
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ARTS
JENNY D’ANGER
T’S been one hell of a
year for Perth singer/
songwriter Toby Beard
(who prefers to be simply
called Toby).
She got married, became
a mum, took out duel Dutch
citizenship, cut a new CD in
Denver with The Lumineers’
producer Ryan Hadlock,
and toured seven European
countries for an epic 55
performances over a mad 63
days.
“It was one of the best
years of my life,” she tells the
Herald.
A fan of US group The
Lumineers, she emailed
Hadlock not really expecting
to hear from him.
“But he wrote back saying
‘let’s do this’,” Toby says.
Nobody Told Me, set to be
launched at the Fremantle Arts
Centre in February, reflects
a change in Toby’s rootsy
style of music following her
tour: “Now it’s got a bit of
European gypsy, blues and
rock.”
The album is also more
stripped back than previous
releases: “I feel like it captures
my live shows more, which I
have been aiming to do. It’s not
as big band sound.”
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nieces: mia + ella
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“The most astounding
thing about Europe was
the attention, and honesty,
of audiences, especially in
her mother’s birthplace,
Holland,” Toby says.
“People are there to listen
to the music…and they will
tell you what they think…
never in a nasty way, but
supportive.”
The tour was great, but
gruelling.
“You spend so much time
on the road. You drive 10 to
12 hours, get out do a gig and
then drive eight hours the
next day.”
A 4000-strong lesbian
festival in Germany was a bit
daunting for blokes in the
band: “[but] we had a great
time,” Toby says.
The unknown act from
Australia would be doing
well to sell a dozen CDs,
organisers had warned: “We
packed out a big hall and
sold the most CDs of the
festival.”
Toby’s pregnant partner
Amy went along for part
of the tour and the couple
took a month off for their
honeymoon: They’d married
in Donnelly River, after
deciding they couldn’t wait
for legislation to catch up
with community sentiment.
“It was a huge wedding,
and nothing non-wedding
about it. We did our vows and
signed our own certificate.”
You can catch Toby at the
Fremantle Arts Centre as part
of the free Sunday concerts,
December 28, 2–4pm. Take
a picnic and kick back for
a “raw, energetic brand of
blistering roots and rocking
reggae”.
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man’s belongings.
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said.
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Ms Castaldi
were left on
contact with
questions
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October 14.
message bank
to the calls,
NORTH FREMANTLE
the departmentsituation. None
about the response
for their safety
should telephone
explaining the
residents feared a leavers’
but said peopledepartment, if they
as
were returned. subsequent calls
last Saturday
police, not the
college boys
about neighbours.
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unable
party for Aquinas
had concerns
they had been
Riding Gallery
staff claimed
Ms Castaldi
at the Anthony Street erupted
to respond because
on quiet Pearse
CEO Graeme
just before the
into a riot.
Fremantle council attended
a
damaged walls,
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started when
ward councillor
the gallery’s
and
Mackenzie.
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riot.
students
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local park. North to discover
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into a full-blown
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gallery’s walls
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holes in the
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agent.
gallery.
in the street.
who offered
girlfriends huddled
concert.
owner’s property to gallery
the mob but
harassed people them was ejected
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boys and their
received
doors
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Ben
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road sweeper
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bogan
a man
Anthony and
inside the gallery—the mob
the use of a
he texted his they
he said:
told the Herald
to move
owners Andreia returned, but the
by bouncers,
locked by bouncers—the
told youths
a “hostile” reception, and didn’t
not
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and grabbed
down, who’d stolen bricks from
unhelpful
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rocks, bricks the gallery walls
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to take legal
his yard, was
threatened
told the Herald.“go wild” after
pounded
Anthony
for
organisers.
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the venue
to
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against the party’s
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home was met are talking about,”
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at
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and on Saturday
this
returned home
Furious Pearse
home.
by a young man
Chance for
closed, saying
to a
the Herald she’d an eight-week-old
happened.”
brother weren’t he
which opened has
want the venue there’s been
parents and
party,”
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10.30pm, “with old to a mob going
time
in June, only
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73 Wray Ave,
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approval to
students and
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functions, says
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to clean up rubbish
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following day
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unit in Hamilton
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Applications close Friday 9th
January 2015
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WHAT’S ON • CLASSES • ACTIVITIES • SPIRITUAL SERVICES • SUPPORT GROUPS
ARE YOU INTERESTED in playing TENNIS...
Come and join us for Social Tennis on Sundays 5pm 6.30pm. Join our school holiday programmes, have a lesson
or hire a court. Contact us: Cockburn Tennis Club. Coach
AJ 0450 965 399. Email: [email protected]
or contact Bronnie 0478 113 253. Cockburn Tennis Club
Cnr Recreation Rd and Strode Ave ( back of Davilak oval)
Hamilton Hill
BREAKAWAY SOCIAL GROUP CHRISTMAS GETTOGETHER 22nd December. Meets every Monday
7:30pm- 10:30pm, at United Church Hall, Located on the
corner of Carrington St and Canning Hwy, Palmyra. Cost of
$10. Includes Ballroom Dancing, Live band and a free supper,
Senior. For more information call Jo Gorman 9337 2511
COMMUNITY WETLANDS CENTRE Volunteer
positions currently available on Thursdays or Fridays
9am to 4pm at Bibra Lake. Help our wetland wildlife by
collecting native plant seed, propagating, planting, controlling
weeds, helping with fun events and lots more. If you enjoy
the outdoors, learning about wetlands, helping a community
organisation and working with friendly people, please contact
[email protected] or phone 9417 8460
FLOURISH SUPPORT GROUP is a support group
for people who have a physical disability, disorder or
chronic illness or have family members affected. Meetings
include discussion time, compassion knowledge (to learn
about different disabilities and illnesses), ‘moving forward
talk’ and creative and performing arts looking at the amazing
potential of the disabled world. Meetings are held on the 2nd
Saturday of each month form 9.30 – 11am at Mt Pleasant
Baptist Church 497, Marmion St, Booragoon
FREE MEDIATION CLASSES. Manning area. www.
mediation.wa.com.au
FREE SHRI MATAJI NIRMALADEVI’S-SAHAJA
YOGA Meditation with Indian Ragas Every Friday 7pm
at Upstairs 7/11, Phillimore Street, Fremantle. By Acharya Dr.
Sadanand G. Mankar Mb: 0407 561 662
FREMANTLE BRIDGE CLUB has supervised
sessions for players with basic knowledge to play
duplicate Bridge with assistance and advice from a friendly
experienced player. Saturday Mornings 9:30am. $5 per
session
FUN LAWN BOWLS Come along and join us for a fun
game of lawn bowls - beginners and serious players
welcome. We are a small group of friendly people who have a
fun game and then tea/coffee and cake/biscuits for $7. Bowls
are supplied if required. Fremantle Bowling Club Ellen Street
Fremantle (free parking behind) 9-45 every Sunday morning.
Ring Marion 9335 7829 for more information
GROW MUTUAL HELP GROUPS Depressed?
Anxious? Fearful? Alone? Don’t despair. Help is available.
Come and discover GROW’s program of personal growth,
support and friendship. Groups are at Mt Pleasant (Thurs
10.30am), Bicton (Tues 7pm), Como (Fri 10am), Fremantle
(Wed 10am & Wed 7.00pm). GROW is confidential, open to all
and no fees are charged. For more information freecall 1800
558 268 or visit www.grow.net.au for more information
MENTAL HEALTH CARES, ARAFMI holds regular
Evening Carer Support Groups. Come and have a chat
with other people supporting someone with a mental health
issue. Share with them what it’s like and receive support from
others with similar experiences. 12.30pm – 2.30pm on first
Wednesday of every month. Suit 11B, 16 Phillimore Street,
Fremantle. 6pm-7pm or third Thursday of every month at
Carers Centre, 182 Lord St, Perth. Phone 9427 7100
MOKSHA CHANTING/ KIRTAN Join us the 1st
Sunday every month at the Fremantle Yoga Centre,
E-Shed Victoria Quay Fremantle, at 7pm to sing the sacred
sound of ancient mantras and soulful songs from many styles
and traditions. Chanting is followed by chai and cake! Entry
$10. For further information contact Shakti 0424 433 815 or
Mohini 0402 400 046
NATUROPATH available for free consultations and
exchanges for the financially impaired. Susan Deeley
0433 364 654
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS at Fremantle Women’s
Health Centre. Cnr of Edmund and South Street on
Sun. 8.30am and Wed. 7.30pm. All welcome 9420 7254
PAIN SPACE ACT MINDFULLY GROUP - 2nd
Thurs every month 9.30am. Contact Sasha Wray
0402 550 469
PREGNANT OR NEW MUM? A free drop in morning
every Tuesday 10 - 12pm. Come and have a cuppa
and meet other women or just have a chat to Abbey who
has been a midwife for over ten years, supporting women
and their families through, from early pregnancy, birth,
breastfeeding, and those early days and months of parenting.
Toddlers welcome too. The Nest Silas, Unit 2/8 Silas St East
Fremantle. Ph 9339 0989
RINZAI ZEN BUDDHISM is a dynamic tradition
of maturing through self inquiry. Jizoan Zen Centre/Earth
Store House is located in Hamilton Hill. Meditation meetings
are held Fridays to Tuesdays at 6.30pm and 8am Saturdays
and Sundays. More info on www.australianzen.org
STAMMERS SUPERMARKETS REUNION to
be held on Sat Feb 7th 2015. Event is for any past
employees who are interested in catching up with old work
mates. Contact Sandra on 0448 884 717 or email [email protected]
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TENNIS…Come and join us at Cockburn Tennis Club.
Recreation Rd, Hamilton Hill. Lessons with AJ 0450
965 399. Email: [email protected] or
0478 113 253
WESLEY LINK (Formerly Fremantle Wesley Canteen).
Come and enjoy tea or coffee with us. Open Thursdays
and Fridays, 10am-1pm. Enter from Cantonment Street, next
to Wesley Church
HERALD NOTICEBOARD spread the word.
Write (to PO Box 85 North Fremantle, 6159), drop
(at 41 Cliff St, Freo), fax (9430 7726) or email ([email protected]
fremantleherald.com) but please do not phone. Please
keep your notices short and to the point (we reserve the
right to cut free notices). Deadline is noon Tuesday.
AYURVEDA + Yoga Wellness
Centre. Give the gift of health
for Christmas/ New Year with
a Yogaveda Gift Voucher.
Available for ayurvedic
consultations, treatments & our
unique range of products. Enjoy
a relaxing Yoga + Ayurveda
Retreat at the foothills of the
Himalayas, by the River Ganges,
Feburary 24 - March 9th 2015.
Ph Nikki 0411 796 354 or
Leah 0438 693 855 or visit
www.yogavedawellness.com
A1 RELATIONSHIPS
This 4 hour introductory
workshop offers important
keys to achieving successful
relationships with partners,
family, colleagues and friends. It
includes the Dos and Don’ts for
emotional intimacy and conflict
resolution. When: Sundays
9.30-2.00 Where: Norfolk
St Fremantle. Details: Call
Jonathan on 0438 929 899 or
email [email protected]
ABUNDANCE LIFE
COACHING “Regain your
Personal Power and Create
Success & Happiness”. Life
Coaching, Energy Healing,
Intuitive Development and
Meditation. Call Catherine, Dip
FP, NLP, on 0408 563 746
or visit www.soulabundance.
com.au
AYURVEDIC
YOGA
MASSAGE
TRAINED in India. Over 20
years experience. Breath, Blood
circulation, Prana flow. Using
hands and feet, designed for
maximum health and beauty
benefits. Using traditional
ayurvedic powder and oil.
Contact Sucha for enq and
bookings 0411 127 778
BOWEN
THERAPY
BOWEN Therapy is a gentle yet
dynamic form of bodywork that
has great success in treating
muscle & soft tissue injuries.
In particular, neck, shoulder,
back, sciatic, leg, knee & ankle
pain. Also great for pregnancy,
fatigue & general wellness. ‘Treat
Yourself to Better Health through
Bowen Therapy.’ Health Rebates
Apply. Ph: Laura 0412 933 534
COUNSELLING And support
services. Ever Forward
Counselling specializing in
relationship advice, child/
adolescent and general
support. Concession rates
and home visits available. 7b
Silas St. E Fremantle, www.
everforwardcounselling.com or
ph: 0452 238 374
COUNSELLING Therapy
services at NORFOLK STREET
COUNSELLING CENTRE.
JANE MCNABB - Hakomi
Psychotherapist and Senior
Counsellor. Works with
depression, grief, anxiety,
stress, addictions, relationship
issues, childhood trauma,
work and family conflict.
Mindfulness-based therapy
(Hakomi) Ph. 9433 3545 www.
norfolkstreetcounselling.com.au
HEALTH FUND and MEDICARE
rebates available.
JONATHAN KESTER
-P.A.C.A.W.A, P.A.C.F.A
Senior Counsellor &
Psychotherapist. Works with
individuals & couples- for anger
management, anxiety, marriage
and relationship counselling,
men’s issues and retirement
planning. Ph. 0438 929 899
www.perthcounselling.net.au
HEALTH FUND rebates
available
INTEGRATIVE Medicine for
muscle pain & stress, myofascial trigger point massage,
Mindful ACT individual and
group sessions, nutrition, herbal
and ITA energy medicine.
Private Health & Medicare may
apply. Please enquire Sasha
Wray 0402 550 469 or wihc.
com.au
BALINESE Massage. Deep
Tissue. Hot Stone Massage.
Strictly non sexual. Please call
Rika 0410 036 760 Melville
EXPERIENCED MASSAGE
recreational, remedial, relaxing.
6 days 9:00am - 8:00pm.
Fremantle. N/S Anna
0478 615 943
MASSAGE Amazing self
healing alleviates stress/ neck/
shoulder/ back, tension/
pain/ migraines. Zen shiatsu
therapeutic massage. Trained
in Japan. Non sexual. Elspeth
0410 853 441
MASSAGE and Certified
Counsellor. Beautiful,
relaxing, swedish or stronger
therapeutic. In tranquil Palmyra
location. $65/ 1 hour or $85/
1.5 hours. Sara 0423 135 875
body
riches
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ALLERGY testing, nutritional
deficiency testing, chemical
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marker testing, fat and muscle
analysis (VLA), live blood
analysis, tongue and nail
diagnosis, iridology. Only $80.
Just present this ad. www.
anaturalself.com.au. Phone
Dana 0409 920 689. 156
Rockingham Rd, Hamilton Hill
FREMANTLE’S leading
specialists in remedial massage.
Open 7 days. Specialising in:
Deep tissue, Trigger point,
Injury, Sports. Swedish,
Relaxation, Aromatherapy.
Pregnancy, Reflexology, Hot
stone. Add a signature spa
treatment to your massage
choice; in our exquisite tropical
outdoor spa massage room.
We offer: All health fund
rebates, Gift vouchers, Double
treatment rooms.
www.bodyriches.com.au
Ph: 6262 2667 or 0409 339 313
MASSAGE Chill-out, De-stress
and leave a different person.
Swedish, Deep Tissue,
Indian head massage. Nice
atmosphere, great music,
experienced therapist. 7 days.
Lisa 0432 154 196
MASSAGE Professional. Feel
the difference. 9316 2587 or
0409 430 245 Christina
MASSAGE Remedial/Hawaiian/
Swedish/Reflexology/Ion Spa
Detox/Burmese Acupuncture
with a powerful healing touch
in Hamilton Hill. $70/1 hr or
$90/1.5 hrs. Kath 0404 100
912
MASSAGE Swedish/ Huna
Hawaiian, indulge yourself,
release stress, exp relaxation.
Qualified. Alanah 0405 755 715
December 20 - December 27, 2014
REFLEXOLOGY: Josi, formerly
working at Fremantle Markets,
has new premises in East
Fremantle. Please call 0410
688 362 for reflexology session.
Member of RAA
YOGAVEDA Keep your yoga
flow happening over the
Christmas/New Year break…
Classes are on but check our
Christmas Timetable on our
website (timetable page) for
class availability. Gift Vouchers
available for yoga sessions and
yoga equipment. Few places
left on our Yoga/ Ayurveda
retreat to Rishikesh, India, Feb
24th - March 9th, 2015. Book
Now. Ph Nikki 9433 1018/
0411 796 354
www.yogavedawellness.com
RELAX, Recharge, Restore your
body, mind, spirit. Call Fay now
0423 583 555. (Reiki Master)
YOGA – Hatha Style – Gentle
Exercise with experienced
instructor at Samson Recreation
Centre - 44 McCombe Avenue
Samson - Thursday 12.00pm
– 1.30pm $10.50/$8.50 conc.
– all levels welcome - further
information call 9331 8040
SATSANG. Daily satsang with
Vishrant. Visit www.vishrant.org
or call Dakini 0438 831 883 for
more info
WAVES YOGA BY THE SEA
Mon - Fri 6am & 7.15am.
One hour classes suit all
levels. Ocean Drive, South
Beach, Fremantle. $15 or
$12 conc. Christmas Break:
No Classes after 24/12/14,
recommencing 05/01/15.
Ph 0409 323 240
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TAURUS (Apr 21 – May 20)
Venus is directly in front of Pluto. It’s when
love gets transformational that we can throw
the biggest spanners in the works. If you are getting
really close, be aware that this habit doesn’t derail you.
Keep your eye on the powerful positive door that life is
trying to walk you through.
GEMINI (May 21 – June 21)
As you try to get good at what you
do, the shift is now on to take you
past the philosophical wondering about what and why.
Life is giving you a good nudge that is designed to get
you to the how. Mercury’s transit through Capricorn is
purpose-built to teach the joys of pragmatism.
CANCER (June 22 – Jul 22)
The Moon is waning. Soon it will be the
no Moon – and then the new Moon.
Every month we all go through a little let-go and a little
rebirth. Have you been able to saddle the whimsy of
your interests to the power of your passion? Don’t go
round and about. Focus attention directly.
LEO (Jul 23 – Aug 22)
The Sagittarian Sun has you full of
optimism. As far as the obstacles you
are dealing with are concerned, it feels as if the dam
is about to break. Watch how your internal dialogue is
unfolding. Whenever it gets habitually negative, a little
awareness will rein it firmly back in to ‘yes’.
LIBRA (Sept 23 – Oct 23)
With Venus in Capricorn, life isn’t about
to let you drift. It is going to insist that
you make the breakthrough step, that you know in
your bones you have to make. With Pluto involved, the
implication is that this is a transformational time. Stay
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SCORPIO (Oct 24 – Nov 21)
Saturn is at the very end of Scorpio.
He has been squeezing you
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wisdom you have earned in the process, is about to be
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SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 – Dec 21)
The Sun is in the last few degrees of
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when we get to experience a solar flare of vitality and
aliveness. The Sun teaches us to discern between ego
and presence. Presence is naturally charismatic. Ego
compensates for lack, with lots of noise.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 – Jan 19)
The Sun is edging towards Capricorn.
It’s not quite there yet. You will have to
bide your time before getting the party started. In the
meantime, Mercury, Venus and Pluto, are preparing the
ground. It’s breakthrough time. Move towards the love
that has you quaking in your boots.
AQUARIUS (Jan 20 – Feb 18)
Mars has taken up residence in Aquarius.
Contrary to your fears, he is sitting well.
There’s much less mayhem than expected. In fact, he
is grounding you – he is helping you to find a great
balance between passion and reflection, impulse and
awareness. Assimilate the masculine.
PISCES (Feb 19 – Mar 20)
The more you want and need to
communicate, the less words and
language can do the job. Unless you are a bona fide
poet, this can be frustrating. There are a good many
other languages than words. Explore them. Touch,
sing, dance - do things that take communion a step
deeper.
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HYPNOTHERAPY and Past
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uncover how your past is
influencing your life today, can
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ARIES (Mar 21 – Apr 20)
A compliment comes from a surprising
place. Your skills are honoured by people
you didn’t know were watching. There’s a part of you
that’s wild and eccentric. It’s being egged on by Mars
in Aquarius. But it’s the part of you than stays loyal and
steady that is attracting attention.
VIRGO (Aug 23 – Sept 22)
As much as you would like to stay focussed
on immediate details, you can’t. Life is
insisting that you maintain your compassion and
remember the overview. The means don’t justify the
ends. There are now three strong planets in Capricorn,
reinforcing your talents and strengths.
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