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Emergency over
FREMANTLE HOSPITAL’S Emergency Department
was sent off in true Freo style Tuesday—with a protest.
Locals and pollies gathered to lament the loss of the
service, which has been transferred 12km—20 minutes
in light traffic, 40 in peak hour—to the new Fiona
Stanley Hospital in Murdoch. But Emergency isn’t all
that’s being lost—and when you learn what else has
gone, it’s enough to give you the ... See our story, p3.
Freo merger
looks doomed
• Going...
• Gone. No more Emergency Dept.
by EDDIE ALBRECHT
and STEVE GRANT
AT the time of going to press,
just four ballots were needed
to ensure the validity of a
referendum that seeks to kill off
the East Fremantle-Fremantle
merger.
somewhere between 80 and 90 per
cent of returns will be “no” votes.
Although town mayor Jim
O’Neill told an electors’ meeting
earlier this week that premier Colin
Barnett had warned he would
simply try a different tack to force
an amalgamation, Mr Seligmann
says he’ll use the result to widen
already-apparent divisions within
the Liberal party over the issue:
“We will go to the government
and pressure some of the ministers
who have already expressed some
reservations, and say the 80 per cent
to 90 per cent of the people who
voted—the people who voted you
in—are opposed to mergers.
“Have a look at Queensland
and what happens when you stop
listening to the people.”
Meanwhile, Kwinana’s “no
Cockburn merger” also looks like it
will achieve an official result.
Mosman Park mayor Ron Norris
says with the Kwinana-Cockburn
and East Fremantle-Fremantle
mergers looking likely to go belly-
up, there’ll be a knock-on effect and
he thinks the entire process might
now grind to a complete halt.
His tiny town is set to be
swallowed into the mega-city
of Riversea. “It’s the domino
effect,” he says. “Where one of the
amalgamations is destabilised or
stopped, it has a knock-on effect to
others.”
If the mergers go down it’s not
known what impact that will have
on planned boundary changes,
which are handled separately.
Palmyra and Bicton have already
been removed from Melville by
governor’s orders, so if the Freo/
East Freo merger falls apart they’ll
be homeless.
New submissions would have to
go to the local government advisory
board, and at Cockburn’s annual
electors meeting last Tuesday,
CEO Stephen Cain warned Freo
might still go for North Coogee
and Hamilton Hill if his council’s
merger with Kwinana is also killed
by the latter’s poll, as expected.
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The WA electoral commission
says it’ll be “amazing” if the poll
falls short, with a ballot box at the
council chamber yet to be cleared
and, at the time of writing, two
days’ of mail still to come in.
For the result of the referendum
to be valid, more than half of all
eligible voters in the town must
return their ballots.
In recent weeks antiamalgamation campaigners have
been pounding pavements, strongarming neighbours and running
full-page ads in the Herald.
They’d thought they’d just about
done it when mid-week they were
blind-sided by an obscure rule about
invalid votes.
Even though the commission’s
website had been keeping a
progressive tally of all ballots
received, only valid ballots would
count towards reaching the magic
halfway number.
“No” campaign leader,
retired resources executive Bruce
Seligmann, was livid.
“It’s absolutely disgusting that
the figures on the website have been
misleading,” he told the Herald.
With returns slowing to a trickle
and all votes needing to be back by
Saturday February 7, his group was
advised to try to rustle up another
100 just to be sure. But when the
Herald spoke with Chris Evans
from the commission Thursday
afternoon, he said it would be
“amazing” if the poll fell short.
He says just 87 votes have been
deemed invalid from 2674 returned
so far. With 5178 ballots issued by
the commission, just four more need
to come back to hit the target.
Mr Seligmann predicts
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by DAVID BELL
THE 1970s role-playing craze
Dungeons & Dragons is back and it’s
in Cockburn.
A complex board game requiring
imagination and dice with far too
many sides, D&D sparked a moral
panic among America’s conservative
Christians who thought letting people
pretend to be elvish wizards was
satanic.
Now we’re a little more
enlightened—the religious kooks have
since turned their gaze to the antiChrist that is Harry Potter—and the
game’s valued for helping imagination
and problem-solving abilities, and even
tough guy Vin Diesel plays it. There are
free D&D game sessions every Monday
arvo at Cockburn Youth Centre, along
with drama, arts and sportier stuff like
dodgeball for the more athletically
inclined on other days of the week. The
schedule’s at www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/
youthcentre
Tender spot
ANTI-ROE HIGHWAY
protesters took their
message to would-be road
builders on Wednesday,
targeting a meeting of
potential tenderers at WA
Main Roads.
The controversial sixlane tollway through the
sensitive Beeliar wetlands is
part of the $1.6 billion Perth
Freight Link announced by
the Abbott government last
year.
Save Beeliar Wetlands
campaigner Nandi Chinna
says there’s still no sign
of a business case and
environmental approvals
remain outstanding.
“The WA government is
blindly pushing ahead with
its out-dated and excessively
expensive transport freight
route which its own
modelling shows will not
solve congestion,” she said.
Show up
for sharks
FREMANTLE Greens
MLC Lynn MacLaren will
be one of the speakers at
a beachside rally Sunday
morning on February
8 against the Barnett
government’s latest tactic
to reduce shark attacks.
Late last year the WA
government tweaked its
imminent threat policy,
renaming it serious threat,
and stating any large shark
spotted dawdling about the
coastline during the day was
fair game for armed officials.
Ms MacLaren says its a
cull under another name,
and reckons Mr Barnett’s
harbouring a vendetta
against sharks reminiscent
of Captain Ahab from Moby
Dick. The protest will be held
at Scarborough Beach.
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raid on alleged drug dealers
and users across the south
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were issued by detectives
and local and district police,
resulting in the seizure of heroin,
amphetamines, ecstasy, firearms
and ammunition.
Ninety-seven people were
charged or cautioned in relation
to 217 offences, including fraud,
stealing and intent to supply
drugs. Operation First Edition
was organised in response to
an increase in crimes such as
burglaries and thefts, which
police believe are linked to the
sale of illicit drugs.
Inspector Peter Branchi says
one of the raided homes was
protected by a “makeshift trap”.
“They seemed to be expecting
trouble of some kind, and it
is very lucky that none of our
officers were injured. People
involved with illicit drugs tend
to attract trouble to themselves,
and it is concerning that such a
crude trap had been set up.”
Mr Branchi adds useful
intelligence was gathered: “A
low-level drug dealer can have a
noticeable impact on their local
community due to their local
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and stealing offences to pay for
their drugs, so when we see an
increase in such crimes we know
it is likely due to increased drugrelated activity,” he says.
“Targeting the ‘end of the
line’ drug suppliers and their
customers is an important part
of tackling the bigger drug
syndicates that exist.”
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Relied
“The specialist in charge of
the gastroenterology unit relied
heavily on these specialist nurses
to carry out his instructions.
None of this expertise is
available now.”
Mr Robbie fears people
will have little option but to
seek private gastroenterology
services.
“But you can’t see them
straight away ... you need to
make an appointment three
months out,” he says. “If you
have a flare up what are you
going to do in the interim?
“It’s not a public service
any more. It’s disgraceful
that a country this affluent
can’t provide a service for this
debilitating condition which is
growing. It affects people of all
ages.”
Kirsty Robbie says things
started winding down months
ago: before Christmas she could
not access the unit by phone
and had to visit Fremantle’s
emergency department.
“It’s a huge waste of
resources,” she says, “chewing
up the triage nurse’s time,
then the on-duty doctor then
eventually the specialist,
whereas these IBD nurses are
specialists and trained in that
area. You can’t really buy that
and they are really quick with
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Sufferer
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Wilson was
dumbfounded
by the closure
of the unit’s
telephone
service.
• Simone
“Fremantle
McGurk
had a help
line that was
pretty much available 24/7.
There is no help line at Fiona
Stanley despite noises to the
contrary.
“When you have chronic
diarrhoea the last thing you
want to do is go out.”
Ms Wilson says when she
phoned the Fremantle service
on Tuesday a recorded message
told her to head to her GP or to
Fiona Stanley. When she phoned
Fiona Stanley she was asked
whether she was an inpatient
or outpatient, directed to the
healthdirect phone line and
eventually informed she would
need to visit either her GP or
present to emergency.
A Fiona Stanley Hospital
spokesperson says recruitment
of a gastroenterology clinical
nurse specialist to provide a
phone service is under way
and should be “resolved in the
coming weeks”.
On Tuesday a small but
passionate group of protestors—
augmented by a handful of
hospital staff, politicians and
four security guards—marked
the closure of Fremantle’s
emergency department.
Labor health shadow Roger
Cook repeated the pledge he’d
made in last week’s Herald that a
future Labor government would
re-open an emergency service
at Fremantle, though not at the
same level.
“We’ll ensure after the 2017
election that you can come
to Fremantle for emergency
service,” he told the gathering.
“Whether that’s an extended GP
service or a curtailed emergency
department in the hospital we’ll
wait and see.
“Why should Fremantle lose
after-hours service? This is an
international city, a gateway to
the state and should have some
sort of late-night care.”
Too far
Fremantle Labor MP Simone
McGurk fears Fiona Stanley is
simply too far for many.
“Fremantle is home to some
very vulnerable people and I
believe many of these people
simply won’t go to Fiona
Stanley,” she told the protestors.
“About 50 per cent of the
60,000 people that used the
emergency department last year
didn’t come by ambulance, they
came under their own steam.
Some won’t make it to Fiona
Stanley and that concerns me.”
When asked whether
Fremantle’s new emphasis on
elective surgery may lead to
better outcomes, Ms McGurk
says she hopes so but reminds
readers of the government’s
closure of Kaleeya maternity
hospital.
Federal Labor MP Melissa
Parke received the loudest
applause when she stated the
closure was a short-sighted
decision which “will cost the
government more in the longterm”.
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The closure of the inflamed
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“Patients in these specialist
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Publisher: The Herald
Publishing Co. Pty Ltd
Editor-in-chief: Andrew Smith
Directors: Andrew Smith
& Pip Thomson
“WE realise the canopy coverage
is low in Fremantle and we want
to address this and a number of
issues in our working group,” Dr
Pettitt says.
The Herald reported that comment
two months ago, and this week
the council approved rezoning of
19–25 Burt Street which permits
the removal of mature gums along
Skinner Street.
These trees are alive with birds
of at least six varieties that I can
recognise. They also provide some
shady aspect in a very roof-dense
precinct. They are a part of the
soundscape and landscape of
Fremantle—just like the trains and
the cars!
I don’t understand development
that puts the health and well-being
of a community last on its list of
priorities, and which does not fully
visualise the impact of such a severe
increase in density on an already
bulging infrastructure.
Josephine Clarke
Tuckfield St, Fremantle
Who in their
right mind?
EAST FREMANTLE residents
need to make sure they vote
NO to the amalgamation with
Fremantle council.
Hopefully if East Fremantle gets
to keep its independence, the Barnett
government may slip through a
change and include Palmyra and
Bicton with East Fremantle—(wishful
thinking) as this would make more
sense than including Palmyra and
Bicton with Fremantle.
Why should we all suffer because
the present government have wasted
money in some areas and is making
the ordinary person pay for its overspending.
The amalgamation of councils
should have gone to the polls to give
people a say on whether they want
it or not, not slip it through—a bit
dishonest.
Melville council did not send out
some notice about it—whoever wrote
the pamphlet did not write it very
clear as it did not make much sense,
or maybe this was what it wanted.
There was some sort of postal vote
(never heard the outcome of this)—
probably it was just to keep the
ratepayers quiet.
Who in their right mind would
want to be taken over by Fremantle
council? Higher rates, not much
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EDITORIAL
done to keep the street nice like
East Fremantle/Melville? Only one
large store remaining in Fremantle
(Target—goodness knows how
long this will remain), the former
Myer store is a joke, it is like a street
market, so many homeless and
beggars in Fremantle that you do not
feel comfortable walking along the
streets and to top it off the mayor
wants people to ride a bike or catch
public transport into the city. Please,
vote no to the amalgamation while
you are able to have a say.
F Peterson
Hope Rd, Palmyra
Bike trail will
wreck nature
REGARDING the proposed
mountain bike trail through
Manning Park (Herald, January 31,
2015).
Any form of human activity
in this small remnant of “nature”
reserve of coastal bushland will spell
the end of the last remaining native
flora and fauna
Trail bike riding will bring a
crowd of daredevil mentality people
and all their followers in great
numbers—it would be impossible
to keep out motorbikes and other
disturbing factors—into what is a
small area already threatened by
vandalism and neglect
If the council really has the
interest of its constituents in mind, a
much more worthwhile and longterm benefit to the people would be
the clean-up and regeneration of the
original environment. It could be a
unique opportunity to benefit future
generations and save the highly
endangered coastal bushland flora
and fauna
Such a project could involve
schools and youth clubs in a
meaningful learning process to
understand and appreciate their
environment
Such a project would be world’s
best practise and make the council
a shining light nationally and
internationally.
Think a bit deeper Cockburn
council!
Di Drachenberg
Claygate Rd, Hamilton Hill
Diagnosis:
myopia
THE state government is being
short-sighted in closing down our
local emergency department in
the Fremantle Hospital.
The expanding population in
Fremantle, and in suburbs to the
south and east will soon require more
of these facilities, not less. This local
ED is already set up and staffed with
excellent medicos.
If someone has heart or
respiratory problems, or is bleeding
heavily, the length of time to get
them to qualified help is crucial.
Having to drive to Murdoch will add
delay to these situations. It is not too
late for the government to reconsider,
and keep the Freo Hospital ED open
for another year, while it consults
with the community.
Gordon Payne
Jenkin St, South Fremantle
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• Gary Crawford says it’s wrong to allow spraying near a popular bench in Alfred Cove. Photo by Eddie Albrecht
by EDDIE ALBRECHT
A MAJOR dispute is brewing
over the poisoning of a
grassed entry area to the
boardwalk at the Alfred Cove
nature reserve.
• Hospital entrance at dusk—soon to be adorned with a $550,000
artwork. Photo supplied
Major artwork
for hospital
months’ time.”
The hospital recently
extended its southern wing,
which includes a state-of-theart cancer ward and operating
theatres.
Ms Petrillo says the private
hospital was not legally bound
to provide an artwork under
Melville city council’s per cent
per art scheme, but felt it was
the right thing to do.
Shortlisted artists will
receive an additional fee of
$2000 for their design concepts.
Established in 1994, the
hospital includes 497 beds, a
20-bed hospice and a 24-hour
emergency department. The
Fiona Stanley Hospital has
been built next door, creating
WA’s largest medical precinct.
by STEPHEN POLLOCK
ST JOHN OF GOD hospital
in Murdoch is set get a
$550,000 public artwork.
The sculpture will be located
outside the main entrance and
is scheduled for installation in
February 2016.
The theme for the sculpture is
compassion, respect, justice and
excellence.
Hospital art curator Connie
Petrillo is busy sifting through
80 submitted design proposals.
“We were swamped with
proposals and didn’t expect to
receive so many,” she says.
“We will whittle them
down to a shortlist and select
a successful candidate in a few
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The brouhaha between
environmental community
groups, which has drawn in both
Melville council and the WA
parks and wildlife department,
centres on the Burke Drive
entrance to the park.
According to Friends of
Attadale Parks and Amenities
Area spokesman Gary Crawford,
volunteer group Swan Estuary
Reserves Action Group
instigated the push to poison the
grass, predominantly couch and
buffalo, so sedges and natives
could be planted.
He says the group received
the blessing of the council to
“restore” the area, while the
department, after viewing the
area, also gave tacit support to
an “ongoing weed management
program”.
However, Mr Crawford
says the area in question is an
important resting area for senior
citizens, mums and joggers as
it’s near the footpath and is the
only area where they can sit in
shade.
He’s appalled at what he says
is unnecessary poisoning, when
other areas of the park are in
more urgent need of attention.
He urges a more co-operative
approach between the area’s
environmental groups.
The area in question is
managed by the department.
DPaW staff were unable
to respond to questions from
the Herald as most were busy
fighting fires around WA, while
the Swan Estuary volunteers
were formulating a reply as the
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The Herald, Saturday February 7, 2015 - Page 5
Don’t hide
Fremantle
library
I AM writing to you to
express my concern at what
I understand is a proposal
as part of the Kings Square
development to make the
Fremantle City Library a
lower-ground level facility.
letters
show the importance of a library
as a community space and the
need for it to be fully integrated
into the urban space, not tucked
away. Of course quiet areas of a
library are important but there
is no reason these cannot be
incorporated into a dynamic
visible community hub.
A visible library is likely to
attract more visitors and this
creates more potential clients
for surrounding retailers and
businesses. On my recent visit
to Fremantle it was clear many
businesses are struggling and I
would suggest that making the
public library invisible will not
assist in attracting customers.
This proposal for the placement
of Fremantle Library in a lowerground floor space should be
reconsidered in the light of the
worldwide literature on libraries
and community, the success
of other WA public libraries
in integrating community
spaces with the library and
previous awarded initiatives
by the Fremantle Library which
successfully brought together the
library and the community in a
community space.
The public library should be
a highly visible centrepiece for
community activity for citizens of
all ages and should not be buried
below ground and out of sight.
Nerida Clarke
Red Hill, ACT
Public protest
Point Peron
canal estate
THE outpouring of public
opposition to a monstrous
canal estate at Point Peron
HDWA0010N
As a born-and-bred Western
Australian who worked as a
librarian in WA for a number of
years and someone who has a
deep affiliation with Fremantle
through family and friends who
are residents I am appalled at
the proposal to tuck away as a
“contemplative retreat” (Kings
Square proposal document) the
herald
new library which is such a vital
community facility.
This is an old-world view
which is countered by literature
from around the world which
suggests libraries can be the hub of
community activity.
I recently visited two
libraries in WA—Albany and
Grove Precinct—both of which
displayed an amazing community
connection by being physically
visible with a direct connection to
community spaces. In the case of
the Grove the water-wise gardens
and pools and in the case of
Albany with its wide verandahs
opening onto the town square
were amazing opportunities for
patrons, young and old to utilise
the facilities and to have a direct
connection to outdoor community
spaces.
Surely, highly successful
projects like Fremantle library’s
outdoor reading room in 2012
FIONA STANLEY
HOSPITAL’S
EMERGENCY
DEPARTMENT
IS OPEN.
Fremantle Hospital’s Emergency
Department is now closed.
Royal Perth Hospital remains open as your local
emergency department.
should be carefully noted
by Colin Barnett and Mark
McGowan.
It appears both leaders have
accepted the conversion of public
“bush forever” parkland to sale for
private profit.
Both have uncritically accepted
a flawed environmental report
which ignores the plight of the
endangered little penguin.
Now, the issue is shaping up as
an election issue for the whole of
the state, and it shows why many
voters feel obliged to invest their
hopes in minor parties.
Brian Jenkins
San Domingo Close,
Safety Bay
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Wake up. Vote no
WAKE up East Fremantle! Get out there
and vote “NO! NO! NO!” against the
amalgamation of your town with Fremantle.
You are being given the opportunity to have a
say in the future of your town/suburb. Please—take
advantage of this opportunity which is more than
those of us in areas subject to boundary changes
have been offered.
I find it really offensive that as a resident within
Cockburn, I can vote on amalgamation but not
on changes of boundaries, which will put my
suburb into Fremantle, renowned for its neglect of
residents’ needs or wishes, little or no support for
community groups and its dying commercial centre.
Yes, amalgamation has been in the pipeline for
some years, but many residents have not grasped
the real disadvantages of the proposed system,
especially the change in voter representation.
These enlarged local government areas will
have only eight councillors to speak up for a much
bigger population. What seems to have escaped
most people also is that this is really a long-term
Machiavellian plot to satisfy the premier’s whim to
get the Roe Highway extension built.
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Psst...did you hear...
Repairs While You Wait
Veterans Affairs
by STEVE GRANT
THE CEO of Melville city council
has denied claims his senior staff
tried to get a disaffected former
volunteer blackballed from running a
workshop at a wetlands conference in
Cockburn.
Rod Herbert Denture Clinic
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Fremantle
“The only information given to the
[conference] organiser was to confirm Mr
Gavin Waugh was no longer a current
volunteer at the City of Melville and this
had not been voluntary on his part,” CEO
Shayne Silcox told the Herald.
There had been no attempt to
put “restrictions on Mr Waugh’s
participation” he said.
But Dr Silcox did not elaborate on
why it took three staff to convey this
information. One of them, according to
Mr Waugh, is a senior council lawyer.
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Whatever the approach was meant to
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Wetlands Education Centre’s Denise
Crosby, with Mr Waugh’s workshop
going ahead as planned.
Until last year Mr Waugh had been a
long-time active volunteer at Melville,
helping rehabilitate its wetlands. But he
was “sacked” after publicly criticising
the council’s management of Bull Creek,
a bush forever site largely strangled by
weeds.
With the council stripping him
of his volunteer status, he signed an
undertaking not to do any weeding or
planting at the creek, which runs along
Karel Avenue before doing a dog-leg and
disappearing under Leach Highway.
He’s not even allowed to pick up
rubbish or step off walking trails without
council staff being informed first.
Mr Waugh describes Melville’s calls
to Ms Crosby as an infringement of his
civil liberties. He says it’s a statement of
fact that the council is breaching its own
management plan for Bull Creek with its
Denture
Clinic
• Gavin Waugh says there’s not much more than weeds in much of this ‘bush forever’
site. Photo by Steve Grant
current weed control method.
While the plan recommends the
Bradley method—concentrating on
preserving the best areas of bush,
minimising disturbance and using
remaining plants as a basis for recovery,
he says the council’s contractors
instead completely clear an area with
indiscriminate spraying and then come in
later with new plantings.
Mr Waugh says many of the plantings
are dying because they were planted in
summer. Others were doomed from the
start: “You see those black caps?” he asks
the Herald as we tour the site.
““They’re swamp kangaroo paws—
they’re miles away from the flood plain
and in completely dry soil,” he says,
shaking his head. He acknowledges
there’s been some improvement in areas
managed by the contractor, but much of
the work is being undone because of a
lack of follow-up weeding.
In contrast, he points to a very large
area of former blackberry and pampas
grass he’d personally cleared, which
remains relatively free of weeds and
showing good signs of recovery.
Mr Waugh says despite the brouhaha
over the conference there has been a
slight thawing of relations between him
and Melville, with the council recently
approving his request to do some
plantings within the reserve.
Ms Crosby didn’t return the Herald’s
call before deadline.
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A VERY IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO EVERY EAST FREMANTLE VOTER
Save OUR East Fremantle
Vote No to the abolition of OUR town
HOW
TO
VOTE
Please complete your vote and take it to
East Fremantle Town Hall between
8.30am and 5pm on Friday February 6 OR
on Saturday February 7 from 8am to 6pm.
If you’ve lost or thrown away your voting package sent in the mail, you
can get a new one from East Fremantle Town Hall at the above hours.
Who can vote to save East Fremantle?
Every voter in East Fremantle on the WA electoral roll. And we need a lot more votes for a very convincing result. Will you help?
We need many more votes from all over town especially Richmond Ward: Petra St, Clayton St, Stratford St, Walter St, Gill St, Windsor Rd, Osborne Rd,
Coolgardie Ave, Wolsely Rd, Salvado Ave, Parry Ave, Alexandra Rd, Staton Rd, Aldgate Pl, Alcestor St, Canning Hwy, Fraser St and Preston Point Road.
What is this East Fremantle referendum all about?
THE Barnett government wants to abolish OUR beautiful town. It wants Fremantle council to take over East Fremantle. To add insult, the premier Colin
Barnett even says we have to pay for the takeover we don’t want. No forced takeovers in any other state have saved money. They cost more and disrupt local
communities. Our rates will soar.
Why we should fight for East Fremantle
East Fremantle has always been well-managed and very independent. We have very sound finances and, unlike Fremantle, no debt. We have huge assets. We
have great council staff who have their hearts in their jobs. We have strong town-planning policies to protect our heritage and our neighbours’ amenity. We have
clean, well-maintained, safe streets and great open spaces. We have fast grafitti removal. Our roads are swept often and our trees are watered. We underwrite
great activities like Glyde-In Community Centre, the Home and Community Care (HACC) programme and all sorts of recreation, especially junior sport. And, we
have the most successful WAFL club in WA history.
Why we should reject a takeover by Fremantle Council
Fremantle is a sad shadow of its former glory. It has run itself into the ground with lack-lustre financial management and lip service to serious town planning and
heritage issues where Fremantle was once a national leader. To try to turn this around they’ve turned to high-rise development. But this only paves the way for more,
poor quality high-rise development decided by the WA government which has sidelined local councils and local people. Mayor Brad Pettitt recently said the reason the
Barnett government wanted Fremantle to take-over East Fremantle was because he and his council are “pro-development”. Do we really want this attitude ruining our
town?
And what about Fremantle’s empty shops? And the slow, lingering death of those cultural institutions Fremantle council has allowed to wither on the vine - Deck Chair,
Kulcha, The Fly, FTI.Fremantle was once a proud City of Artists, culturally creative, vibrant and unique. Now it’s a hollow cultural shell, mostly shallow bells and whistles
with expensive imported entertainment to ‘market’ the city. But the ‘marketing’ has failed. Fremantle locals have never been more unhappy with their council.
Some questions to consider in support of the NO vote!
Why has our mayor Jim O’Neill ignored our council’s decision to oppose any takeover and done his own thing? What will happen to our wonderful council staff;
takeovers always mean job cuts in the long run? What will happen to all our multi-million dollar assets paid for by us and by previous generations? Will these
be sold? Will our open spaces be sold off for high rise, high density development to pay Fremantle Council or WA government debt? With the Dockers soon
to be gone will the Sharks be forced to Fremantle Oval? Will East Fremantle Oval be rezoned and sold off for high-rise, high-density development? Will all our
sporting clubs be kicked out, forced to share Fremantle’s user-pays facilities to save money? Will Glyde-In be sold? Will the WA government’s powerful Planning
Commission - with the support of a new pro-development Fremantle Council - force massive high-rise development up on the ridge between Fraser Street and
View Terrace as it tried to do in the early 1980s? And what will happen to the Leeuwin Barracks: a concrete jungle of high-rise? Take a look northwards at the
McCabe Street, Buckland Hill high-rise? Is this our future? And finally, just how long will it be after a takeover before East Fremantle looks like just another
sad, scruffy Fremantle Council suburb?
East Fremantle and Preston Point Ovals: ripe for high-rise development?
Our way of life, our council, our staff and hundreds of millions of
dollars of our assets are at stake
Keep OUR East Fremantle in OUR hands
Authorised by the East Fremantle Forever Action Group and Bruce Seligmann, 18 Hamilton Street, East Fremantle 6158. Contact 0419 327 544
Page 8 - The Herald, Saturday February 7, 2015 f
herald
G
UIDO MICALIZZI and wife
Linda’s extended Italian
family gaze down from a wall
of photos at their restaurant, Numero
Uno.
With his thick-rimmed glasses Guido
is easily recognisable down the years
from when his kids were little tackers
to now, and you’ll find Micalizzi senior
backdropped by cray pots on his fishing
boat.
Formerly, the family ran the very
popular Primavera Ristorante on Marine
Terrace, Fremantle, but the need for
change and high rents saw it move 10
years ago.
Guido’s passion for food is as
homegrown as the food he serves—
inspired by his Sicilian mother.
“She was so creative,” he says, adding
mama made the most of whatever was
in season, whether herring or crayfish
caught by dad or vegetables grown by
mum.
“Fresh and seasonal is when you get
the best flavours.”
Everything at Numero Uno is made
in-house, from the pasta to the cakes and
fresh produce is sourced locally.
“We go to Jarrahdale for tomatoes and
get them from the growers,” Guido says.
The minimalist decor is saved from
starkness by a wall of photos that makes
for an interesting point of discussion. And
you know it’s a little fancy when crisp
white tablecloths are involved.
It took a while to work our way
through the extensive menu.
D’Angerous Dave hovered over the
deep-fried whitebait ($23.50 entree) but
settled on King George whiting ($38.50).
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I was keen to try the north-west baby
squid, filled with tomato, herbs and
breadcrumbs and simmered in garlic,
chilli tomato sauce, but a problem with
supply meant it was off.
So I settled for the calamari fritti.
This was no settling for second-best
and the lightly floured slices of squid
were magnificently tender and perfectly
flavoured, while the homemade mayo
was great. And the serve very generous
for an entree.
The mother-in-law had the crochette
di granchio ($18.50 entree). Looking
very decorative, the three large crab and
sweet potato cakes were fantastic, soft
and moist, and the avocado salsa was the
perfect mate for the delicate, but delicious
flavour.
The good thing about entree serves is
you have room for dessert.
What looked like a rhubarb tart was
in fact a deliciously sharp plum tart ($10)
and what I’d been eyeing off as pear
was a peach-topped cake of magnificent
flavours, all the more so for being washed
down by a really good coffee.
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A HERALD
PROMOTIONAL
FEATURE
Fisherman’s Delight
The funkiest seafood restaurant in
Fremantle is perched on Fishing Boat
Harbour. Decked out in the style of an
authentic waterside shack, Joe’s has
a casual vibe that makes dining fun. It
features a 75m decking area that extends
out over the water, providing the ideal
setting for all dining occasions, especially
Valentine’s Day.
crayfish, salt and pepper squid, classic
fish & chips and garlic prawns. There’s a
selection of the most succulent fish too,
such as WA snapper and barramundi,
chargrilled Spanish mackerel and
Tasmanian salmon.
Treat your loved one to a fabulous
seafood sensation this Valentine’s Day.
Some of the delights on the menu include
freshly shucked oysters, West Aussie
Joe’s Fish Shack
42 Mews Road, Fremantle
Phone 9336 7161
www.joesfishshack.com.au
For superb seafood and friendly service
in an unbeatable setting, you can’t beat
Joe’s Fish Shack.
Kardinya Has You Covered
With a fantastic variety of stores, Kardinya
Park Shopping Centre has everything
you need this Valentine’s Day. You’ll find
a beautiful range of jewellery, cards,
fragrance, chocolates, skin care, clothing,
homewares, and much more. Treat your
Valentine to a fabulous massage, facial or
manicure. And if you can’t decide, a gift
voucher is the way to go.
Kardinya Park’s quality retailers include
Noni B, Prouds Jewellers, Terry White
Chemist, Lotus Beauty, Under the Sun,
Distinctive Jewellers, Elegant Nails,
Kardinya Park Newsagency and Bill’s
Scoops. With so much choice under one
roof, it makes it easy to spoil your loved
one this Valentine’s Day, or treat yourself!
Kardinya Park Shopping Centre
Cnr South Street & North Lake Road
Kardinya
Phone 9337 5522
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highly experienced chef and the new menu reflects his
skill and creativity.
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such as ravioli of crayfish and crab; sweet potato and
coconut cream soup; Tasmanian salmon tournedos and
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style with a sumptuous passionfruit cheesecake, spiced
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Treat your loved one to a gift from
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Take your loved one to Italy this Valentine’s Day, with a visit to Sorano
Restaurant in Cockburn. Owned and operated by the Lo Conte family,
father Roberto has been a chef for 30 years, both in Italy and Australia.
Signature dishes include Chicken Delizioso - chicken breast panfried
in a cream and sundried tomato sauce and the Gnocchi Sorano - potato
dumplings in a rich lamb & napoletana sauce. Another speciality is the
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You’ll also find favourites such as seafood platter, grilled calamari and
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H
JENNY D’ANGER
ILTON artist Alia
Leadabrand has
empathy for those
battling depression, after her
own struggle in her twenties.
At the low end of the bipolar
spectrum she sought alternatives to
“taking the pharmaceutical” path.
“I use music, art, colour,
beautifying my surrounds,
gardening, meditation, exercise and
the ocean to combat the intensity of
severe depression.”
Leadabrand’s Lionheart
exhibition harks back to her
bohemian childhood, when as
a five-year-old she sailed for a
year on a yacht, “always to the
soundtrack of my parents’ eclectic
taste in music”.
Kate Bush’s Lionheart has stayed
with her ever since.
“Life blended so perfectly with
this album’s exotic moodiness,” she
says, noting it’s “still an ambience
I draw upon to create a healing
space to combat times when the
black dog comes calling”.
The Lionheart exhibition calls
up that time, when a passion for
everything Indian, Middle-Eastern
and South-East Asian grabbed her
imagination.
“My ambition was to create
a fictitious collection of exotic
characters from unidentifiable
lands that has the viewer both
recognise and wonder where the
character originates,” Leadabrand
says.
“I feel the colour and exoticism
I’ve captured in this collection
conveys the unique world I’ve
created to soften the rough edges
hidden in life’s darker shadows.”
The exhibition is a fundraiser
for Beyond Blue and the gloriously
colourful canvases have dropped
in price more than a quarter. All
money over the reserve goes to the
organisation.
Lionheart opens Friday February
13, 6.30pm until February 22 at the
PS Art Space on Pakenham Street,
Fremantle.
arts
Softening
the edges of
life’s shadows
• Alia Leadabrand. Photo by Matthew Dwyer
Bizircus goes Fringe
T
HE crew at Bizircus generally don’t
really do indoors, preferring the
interaction of street performance,
but with the Fringe Festival spreading to
Fremantle and the intimacy of Victoria Hall
on offer it couldn’t refuse.
• Photo supplied | by Antony Lynch
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“We thought we should get on board and do a
show,” Brendan Coleman says.
Along with fellow performers Beth Sheldon
and Ross Vegas, Coleman is promising laughs and
gasps of amazement from the Bizircus Family
Cabaret. It’s a mix of acrobatics, juggling, comedy,
lassoing, human-beatbox and slapstick.
“It’s trademark Bizircus, lots of comedy, silliness
and really impressive feats,” he says.
“We’re even doing a touch of magic in this
show…in our Bizircus style.”
A collective of acrobats, artists, street performer
and musicians, Bizircus formed 20 years ago in old
Customs House on Phillimore Street in Fremantle’s
West End.
It was dedicated to creating fresh new circus
comedy shows, combined with contemporary
physical comedy: “[With] timeless acrobatic feats
and to keep audiences swinging between fits of
laughter and gasps of amazement.”
Since then Bizircus has performed around the
world at festivals and events from Paris to Hong
Kong, to rave reviews.
Bizircus Family Cabaret is on at Victoria Hall,
on High Street, today (Saturday February 7) and
Sunday February 8, 1pm. Tix at www.fringeworld.
com.au or at the door.
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Come on baby
light my
fire
A very cute baby was a distraction at this White
Gum Valley home. But not for long and pretty
soon the “oohs” and “aahs” were for the home’s
elegant style and sweeping spaces. See page 18 for
Jenny D’Anger’s review.
FOR SALE
Never look back
FROM $475,000
3
1
1
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ROCKINGHAM RETREAT BY THE SEA
Unit 8/153 Esplanade ROCKINGHAM
Great lock and leave holiday home / investment or beachside living
North facing living and entertaining
Across the road from café and restaurant strip
1 minute walk to ocean foreshore
OPEN
Saturday 7th February 4.00PM - 4.30PM
FREMANTLE OFFICE
177B South Terrace
South Fremantle
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John Lloyd & Brad Glover
M 0405 515 550 M 0422 388 885
P 9339 7777
The Herald, Saturday February 7, 2015 - Page 13
FOR SALE
ALL OFFERS OVER $699,000 PRESENTED BY 4PM, WEDNESDAY 18TH FEBRUARY 2015
(SELLER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SELL PRIOR)
A FAMILY HOME THAT HAS BEEN LOVED
28 Wardle Road BEACONSFIELD
3
1
2
733 m2
OPEN
733sqm green titled block with huge north facing rear
Saturday 7th February 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Immaculate condition with classic features
FREMANTLE OFFICE
Brad Glover & John Lloyd
M 0422 388 885 M 0405 515 550
Thoughtfully extended & renovated
One family ownership from new
FOR SALE
P 9339 7777
ALL OFFERS ABOVE $699,000 PRESENTED BY 4PM, TUESDAY 24TH FEBRUARY 2015
(SELLER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SELL PRIOR)
A SECLUDED HIDEAWAY
45b Westbury Crescent BICTON
3
2
2
321 m2
OPEN
Saturday 7th February 11:30am - 12:00pm
Huge family/living area to the north
Newly renovated kitchen
River glimpses from balcony
Super secure & private with garaging for 2 cars
FREMANTLE OFFICE
Brad Glover & Simone Glover
M 0422 388 885 M 0417 977 525
P 9339 7777
FREMANTLE OFFICE
177B South Terrace
South Fremantle
mintrealestate.com.au
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Never look back
OFFERS ABOVE
Never look back
$995,000
4
2
2
FEEL LIKE YOU ARE ON HOLIDAY
EVERY DAY
65 Wood Street, WHITE GUM VALLEY
ALL WRITTEN OFFERS ABOVE $995,000
NOW PRESENTED 2PM MON 9TH FEB 2015
With elegant interiors, quality finishes and a versatile floorplan, this
home is perfect for entertaining, and families wanting their own space.
Enjoy an abundance of northern light, and an effortless indoor/outdoor
flow which is sure to make you feel like you are on holiday every day.
Sub-divisible block close to Fremantle, beaches & schools
Potential to build on rear plot without altering current house
High ceilings and original Jarrah floor boards
Zoned Panasonic ducted reverse cycle A/C
Open plan layout with loft and separate activity room
Lush, shady, reticulated gardens
Resort style swimming pool with gazebo daybed
Secure double carport
FINAL OPEN
Sat 7th Feb 10:00am - 10:45am
Peter Clements
M 0415 920 920
P 9284 6000
CLAREMONT OFFICE
36 St Quentin Avenue
Claremont
mintrealestate.com.au
FOR SALE
CONTACT
SELLER RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO SELL PRIOR
760 m2
The Herald, Saturday February 7, 2015 - Page 15 fc
Never look back
4
3
2
280 m2
FOR SALE
ALL OFFERS ABOVE
$1,249,000 PRESENTED
BY 4PM, WEDNESDAY
25TH FEBRUARY 2015
(UNLESS SOLD PRIOR)
CONTACT
STYLISH BEACHSIDE LIVING
26 Mewstone Crescent NORTH COOGEE
Stunning South Beach location just 220m to beach
Executive design over 3 spacious levels
Designer finishes with north facing outlook
Tranquil ocean glimpses
OPEN
Saturday 7th February 12:45pm - 1:30pm
mintrealestate.com.au
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Brad Glover & Simone Glover
M 0422 388 885
M 0417 977 525
P 9339 7777
FREMANTLE OFFICE
177B South Terrace
South Fremantle
FOR SALE
ALL OFFERS PRESENTED FROM $699,000 BY 5PM, SATURDAY 7TH FEBRUARY 2015
(UNLESS SOLD PRIOR)
3
CHARACTER DELIGHT
1
2
301 m2
OPEN
80 East Street EAST FREMANTLE Saturday 7th February 10:30am – 11:00am
Stunning high ceilings, Baltic pine flooring
Separate studio/home office/third bedroom
FREMANTLE OFFICE
Plenty of parking options
Brad Glover & Simone Glover
M 0422 388 885 M 0417 977 525
Tranquil ocean outlook
P 9339 7777
FOR SALE
ALL OFFERS OVER $1,195,000 PRESENTED BY 4PM, TUESDAY 24TH FEBRUARY 2015
(UNLESS SOLD PRIOR)
IMMACULATE HOME
OF MAMMOTH PROPORTIONS
23 Breaksea Drive NORTH COOGEE
Almost 400sqm of executive living
Multiple living and entertaining zones
Luxurious finishes throughout plus air-conditioning
Stunning South Beach Estate location
4
2
2
1
427 m2
OPEN
Saturday 7th February 2:00pm – 2:30pm
FREMANTLE OFFICE
Brad Glover & Simone Glover
M 0422 388 885 M 0417 977 525
P 9339 7777
FREMANTLE OFFICE
177B South Terrace
South Fremantle
Never look back
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at home
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Call today for a professional appraisal
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A
JENNY D’ANGER
SAD, tired little face
peered over mum’s
shoulder as we stood
in the blazing heat at the
front gate. But his big blue
eyes sparkled and a beaming
smile returned once we
stepped inside.
I knew just how the little
tacker felt as the cool and
welcoming interior of this Wood
Street, White Gum Valley home
wrapped itself around me.
The air conditioning wasn’t
on but the temperature was
pleasant and a long, lean hall
beckoned enticingly at this
elegant but easy-going home.
All four bedrooms are in the
original section, two double and
two single.
The main is a soothing and
spacious domain overlooking
a lovely front garden. And the
ensuite is a sleek and modern
space in this heritage abode.
By the time we got to
the vast open-plan living/
dining/kitchen, baby and
I were on chuckling terms.
When I stopped gooing and
gushing, I was ready to do it all
again—only this time over this
gorgeous space.
Soaring cathedral ceilings,
jarrah floors and huge plateglass windows onto a delightful
garden are just the beginning.
The recently renovated
kitchen is fresh and crisp with
white soft-close drawers under
Cool in the Valley
white stone benchtops, while
stainless steel appliances gleam
and a huge timber-topped
island complements the timber
ceiling of the mezzanine above.
Baby on hip the vendor
demonstrated just how easy
it is to empty the dishwasher
straight into a huge drawer
opposite.
With reverse-cycle air
conditioning the wood heater
in the living area isn’t really
necessary: “We don’t put it
on for heating but for the
atmosphere,” the vendor smiles.
2014 was the year
when the Abbott Government
tried to destroy solar.
Overhead a glass-walled
study/office gazes down onto
the living and kitchen areas:
“What I like about it is it has
views across the gum trees,” she
says.
The trees also shade the
expansive and covered timber
deck off the living room.
A barbecue kitchen is nearby
and a huge swathe of soft,
emerald green grass leads to
the pool—where you’ll also
find an outdoor shower tucked
amongst the lush, tropical
vegetation of the garden.
Buyers –
Have your
Conditions
Ready
Sitting on a generous 760sqm
this is a fantastic family home,
with room inside and out for
everyone.
White Gum Valley primary
school is across the road and
what’s to become Fremantle
College a little further up Lefroy
Road if you have older kids.
There’s no shortage of shops
and cafes a short drive away.
65 Wood Street, White Gum
Valley
offers above $995,000
Peter Clements | 0415 920 920
Mint Real Estate | 9284 6000
By HAYDEN GROVES
REIWA Deputy President
REIA Deputy President
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The Government wanted to axe the Renewable Energy
Target but failed thanks to the efforts of some solar heroes
across industry and in Federal Parliament.
That’s why we are holding the Summer of Solar.
n the process of selling real estate the Agent
is normally acting for and on behalf of the
seller and is obliged under an industry Code
of Conduct to follow the sellers’ instructions
unless it is unlawful or unethical to do so. When
acting for the seller, the agent is also obliged
under the same Code to be “fair to all other
parties” which includes the buyer.
But what does “being fair” really mean
in the context of a property transaction? The
answer to this question has several shades
of grey but certainly, the agent is obliged to
...predetermine what
special conditions will suit
your individual needs
This fantastic news means the Federal Government RET scheme remains in
place unchanged. At least for now. Come February, the Government will be
scheming on new ways to destroy solar.
So now is the perfect time to buy.
Install solar this summer to slash your power bills and show our Prime Minister
you care about solar. By investing in rooftop solar you will be supporting lower
power bills, clean energy jobs and a renewable energy future.
For a free quote or enquiries phone
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SOLAHAUS
“As part of the local community our reputation is important to us.”
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disclose any “material fact” about a property
prior to a contract to buy being formed.
Material facts are loosely defined as being bits
of information that may cause a buying decision
to alter its course. This is tricky as what might
be considered unimportant to one buyer may be
of critical importance to another.
Being fair includes answering questions
honestly and providing general advice but in
my opinion does not extend to suggesting which
conditions a buyer may want to include in an
offer to purchase. It is in the seller’s interest
to receive an offer with as few conditions as
possible, therefore an agent who suggests to
a buyer they ought to include, for example,
a building inspection clause might be acting
against his or her legal obligations.
Agents approach this matter differently.
Many will suggest a series of standard
conditions that a buyer should include with
their offer and whilst, this may be outside the
agent’s mandate, it is common and an industry
accepted approach especially when dealing
with inexperienced buyers. Conversely, some
agents will simply ask the question, “Do you
wish to include any other conditions with your
offer?” and leave it at that.
Either way, buyers are advised to be well
prepared before making an offer to purchase.
You ought not assume the Agent is there
to provide guidance as to what conditions
might suit your needs. Certainly, asking the
agent pertinent questions about the property’s
age and condition and if the Seller has, for
example, undertaken any improvements during
their tenure ought to receive an honest answer.
Most importantly, predetermine what special
conditions will suit your individual needs
and ensure they are drafted in a manner that
provides the contractual protection you are
seeking.
Be especially vigilant immediately after
settlement if you want to retain some protections
in the contract should you find that not all is
as it should be at settlement. For example, a
buyer typically has only 10 business days after
settlement to properly notify the seller seeking
redress about the dishwasher they said worked
did, in fact, leak dirty water over the kitchen
floor during the rinse cycle.
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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East Fremantle
10/46 Alexandra Road
26 East Street
CONTACT
Ann-Marie Hickey
[email protected]
m 0417 179 234
Clare Hickey-Shand
[email protected]
m 0424 593 136
t 9339 1006
Price Slashed To Sell!
Location and Lifestyle
BED 4 BATH 2 CAR 2
First Time Offered
BED 3 BATH 2 CAR 2
• Timeless mid-sized home perfect for
smaller families or “lifestylers” looking
for the lock ‘n leave convenience
• Generous accommodation
• Open plan kitchen/dining with
separate living room
• Paved outdoor entertaining area with
shade sails
• Richmond Primary and John Curtin/
Melville HS school zones
PRICE From $750,000
• Superbly transformed
2 storey townhouse
• Stunning all white kitchen with
stainless steel appliances
• 3 huge bedrooms, all with BIR’s
• Expansive open plan living area
• Fab covered rear courtyard for year
round entertaining
• Sought after riverside location
PRICE Closing Date Sale • Biggest family home in this sought
PRICE $1.09 - 1.14M
INSPECT
Sat 11 - 11.40
INSPECT
Sat 12 - 12.30
INSPECT
Sat 10 - 10.40
CONTACT
Todd Grierson
[email protected]
m 0417 881 772
t 9339 1006
East Fremantle
• Contemporary 2 storey townhouse
• 2 upstairs bedrooms with balconies,
BIR’s and shared ensuite
• 3rd bedroom downstairs with ensuite
• Open plan kitchen/dining/living
• North facing rear courtyard
• Great lock and leave
[email protected]
m 0424 593 136
t 9339 1006
Bicton
6/1 Stratford Street
Stylish Townhouse
Living
CONTACT
Clare Hickey-Shand
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after George St location
4 large bedrooms
Study/5th bedroom
3 separate living areas
Sunny rear garden
Lock up garage
BED 4/5 BATH 3 CAR 2
CONTACT
Clare Hickey-Shand
[email protected]
m 0424 593 136
t 9339 1006
Bicton
275 Preston Point Road
95a Point Walter Road
BED 3 BATH 2 CAR 1
Character Cottage!
BED 3/4 BATH 1 CAR 1
Metres To River
BED 4 BATH 2 CAR 2
PRICE $569,000
• 1930’s weatherboard and
iron cottage
• Open fireplaces, jarrah flooring,
high ceilings and wide skirtings
• 516sqm block with access from
Murray St
• Three bedrooms with optional
fourth or second living area
• Timber glass doors to alfresco area
• Add your own stamp and reap
the rewards!
PRICE $795,000
• Short stroll to the river’s edge
• Quality fixtures and fittings
throughout
• Modern contemporary kitchen with
Caesar stone bench tops
• Covered alfresco area with built in
bbq – made for entertaining
• Separate second living area and
dining area
• Well suited for downsizers and the
perfect lock and leave
• Sought after Bicton location!
PRICE $1.135M
INSPECT
Sat 1.30 - 2
CONTACT
Clare Hickey-Shand
[email protected]
m 0424 593 136
t 9339 1006
Alfred Cove
INSPECT
Sat 12.15 - 12.45
CONTACT
Nathan Hewitt
[email protected]
m 0411 695 313
t 9339 1006
[email protected]
m 0411 695 313
t 9339 1006
5/5 Bruce Street
1/111 South Terrace
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CONTACT
Nathan Hewitt
North Fremantle
Fremantle
125 Kitchener Road
INSPECT
Sat 11 - 11.30
A Unique Offering
BED 3 BATH 1
Inner City Lifestyle
BED 3 BATH 2 CAR 3
Lifestyle & Location
BED 2 BATH 1 CAR 1
• Two homes on one title
• Original 50’s front home plus circa
1990 3x1 rear home
• Full sized 1012sqm block
(R20 zoning)
• Potential to subdivide (STCA)
• A secure ‘land bank’ with the benefit
of two rental incomes
PRICE Call for details
• Mixed Use Zoning in the Town Centre
• Impressive 3 bed, 2 bath and
2 separate living zones
• Live upstairs – work downstairs
• Fantastic versatile layout and lock
and leave
• Leave the car at home - walk to
everything
• Live the Freo dream!
PRICE All Offers invited
• Two spacious double bedrooms
complete with WIR/BIR’s
• Front and back courtyards, front
could be used for boat/trailer
• New flooring, painting and blinds
throughout
• Fantastic rental investment
• Sought after Northbank location
• Walk to river, cafes, public transport
PRICE $685,000
INSPECT
Open by appointment
CONTACT
Todd Grierson
[email protected]
m 0417 881 772
t 9339 1006
INSPECT
Sat 11 - 11.30
CONTACT
Nathan Hewitt
[email protected]
m 0411 695 313
t 9339 1006
INSPECT
Sat 2 - 2.30
CONTACT
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[email protected]
m 0411 695 313
t 9339 1006
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9336 1166 | 3 Norfolk Street, Fremantle | dgre.com.au
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9/167 MARMION STREET,
FREMANTLE
Sat & Sun 1.15-2.00pm
FREMANTLE
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FREMANTLE
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$435,000-455,000
Linda Digby
0402 122 267
2
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10/46 EAST STREET,
FREMANTLE
11.30-12.00pm
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE $465,000
Mary Burns
0413 749 944
1
3
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3
11 CHURM STREET,
HAMILTON HILL
11.00-11.45am
$695,000-$735,000
Linda Digby 0402 122 267
 ZONED R60
3
2
2
3 22C SWANBOURNE STREET,
39A YORK STREET,
BEACONSFIELD
Sat 9.30-10.00am
$665,000
Mary Burns
0413 749 944
1.5
1
FREMANTLE
Sat 12.00-12.45pm
Mid-High $700,000’s
Lauri Curtain
0422 478 150
734 GEOGRAPHE BAY RD.
BUSSELTON
832sqm
$1,120,000
Lisa Garic
0428 945 946
L
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26/19 BLACKWOOD AVE,
HAMILTON HILL
Call to View
$315,000
Mary Burns
0413 749 944
1
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49A PAKENHAM STREET,
FREMANTLE
Call to View
Mid $600,000’s
Lauri Curtain
0422 478 150
4
2
2
7 SANDFORD AVENUE,
MUNSTER
Sat 1.00-1.30pm
$698,000
Mary Burns
0413 749 944
3
2
2
82B SOUTH STREET
FREMANTLE
Sat 11.00-11.45am
Early $800,000’s
Jan Ladhams
0438 251 051
1
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3
3
13 BREAKSEA DRIVE,
NORTH COOGEE
Sat 1.15-1.45pm
$1,395,000
Shirley 0418 915 120
Margo 0418 942 858
3
2
2
11C MCCLEERY STREET,
BEACONSFIELD
Sat 11.00-11.30am
High $900,000’s - Early $1M
Lisa 0428 945 946
Margo 0418 942 858
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8B ASHBURTON TERRACE,
FREMANTLE
Call to View
Best Offer Over $650,000
Hayden Groves
0411 615 582
L
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12 AMELING RISE,
FREMANTLE
Call to View
All Offers Presented
Hayden Groves
0411 615 582
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9336 1166 | 3 Norfolk Street, Fremantle | dgre.com.au
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REAL ESTATE
dethridgeGROVES Real Estate
9336 1166 | 3 Norfolk Street, Fremantle | dgre.com.au
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NEW
NEW PRICE
3
1
2
15 VIGORS AVENUE,
BULL CREEK
Sat 11.45-12.30pm
From $739,000
Lisa 0428 945 946
Margo 0418 942 858
4
2
2
24 MCCLEERY STREET,
BEACONSFIELD
Sat 10.30-11.15am
From $1,200,000
Mary Burns
0413 749 944
NEW PRICE
1
1
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49D PAKENHAM STREET,
FREMANTLE
Call to View
Mid $600,000’s
Lauri Curtain
0422 478 150
3
2
2
1
3
3
2
6B LIVINGSTONE STREET,
BEACONSFIELD
Sat 10.30-11.15am
From $1,050,000 ONO
Lisa Garic
0428 945 946
NEW PRICE
15 ELIZABETH STREET,
WHITE GUM VALLEY
Call to View
From $880,000
Mary Burns
0413 749 944
3
3
2
19/88 HAMPTON ROAD,
FREMANTLE
Sat 12.15-12.45pm
$670,000
Margo Pinkerton
0418 942 858
3
2
2
31 CUREDALE STREET,
BEACONSFIELD
Sat 11.00-11.45am
$750,000
Lauri Curtain
0422 478 150
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0402 122 267
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HILTON
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0422 478 150
UNDER OFFER IN 1st WEEK
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3 46A NICHOLAS CRESCENT,
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Christine Majeks
0402 762 601
8A SUMPTON STREET,
HILTON
382sqm
Mid-High $300,000’s
Lauri Curtain
0422 478 150
Lauri Curtain
0422 478 150
Jan Ladhams
0438 251 051
2
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FREMANTLE
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0413 749 944
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0413 749 944
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0418 942 858
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0401
203 121
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0418 695 235
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0438 068 257
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[email protected]
• commercial
• domestic
• auto • safes
Quality Security Guaranteed
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0402 326 468
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Glass Repairs
• Security • Showerscreens
• Mirrors • Windows & Doors
For Professional Service
Phone for a Free Quote
9434 4311
• leaks • fencing
• painting • doors
& locks • skirting
• decking •wall
removal • flooring
• blind installation
• gutter cleaning
& much more
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0400 113 107
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• Insurance Work
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• Patio Enclosures
• Flyscreens/Security Screens
• Shower Screens/Mirrors
21 Roper St, O’Connor
9331 1499
www.gtglass.net.au
TOTAL HOME
MAINTENANCE
& REPAIRS
NOTHING
TOO SMALL
0413 545 595
A/H 9339 8069
T. DICARLO
PLASTERERS
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0401 747 368
9382 1463
Cooper
& Sons
Reg No 6028
• Residential &
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All types of plastering,
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Blocked Drains • Burst Pipes
Flick Mixers • Toilets
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$105
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Same day emergency service
2 Men - Large Truck
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Call Tom 9339 2562
0418 902 246
0405 088 190
or 9437 4688
PL: 7916 GF: 014502
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OVER 20 YEARS
LOCAL EXPERIENCE
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9434 1547
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Painting Services
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Good discounts
for pensioners.
Work guaranteed.
FREE QUOTES
0434 493 537
colourific
painting
contractors
Established 1984 Reg # 3284
Accredited Dulux Painter
Proud employer of
an apprentice.
Phone Bruce
0418 928 456
[email protected]ficpainting.com.au
www.colourificpainting.com.au
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Friendly service, quality job
with old fashioned values.
Over 25 Years of Experience
REG.
PRACTITIONER 6519
CONTRACTOR 7859
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9331 2283
0412 995 919
Phone 9430 7727 Fax 9430 7726
[email protected]
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• Professional Service
• Quality Products
• Competitive Prices
• Hot Water Systems
• Leaking Taps
• Blocked Drains,
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• Annoying & Noisy
Water Hammer
• Anodes
• Taps, Pans & Cistern
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• Gas Bayonets
• Water Saving Devices
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0403 656 657
[email protected]
• hot water systems
• blocked drains
• leaking toilets
• gas appliances
• leaking taps • burst pipes
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0411 452 742
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RETICULATION
A QUALITY
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SERVICES
Repairs and servicing
Controllers & Solenoids
Add ons & installs
Tap timers & micro systems
Bores pumps repaired or replaced
Licensed Electrician EC2577
All new work guaranteed
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0414 097 538
RETICULATION
REPAIRS
& SERVICES
Repair Controllers
Locate Solenoid Valves
Replace Broken Sprinklers
Over 30 Years Experience
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0429 798 821
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RETICULATION
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✓ Reticulation repairs
✓ 12 month workmanship guarantee
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✓ New bore installations
✓ New Reticulation installations
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Tao: 0406 763 676
PERTH
RETICULATION
SERVICES
- reticulation repairs
- fault finding
- locate solenoid valves
- controller replacements
AND MUCH MORE
0411 554 432
ROOF PLUMBING
L GHTHOUSE
ROOF PLUMBING &
RIDGE CAPPING
PLUMBING & GAS
Gutters, Extra
Downpipes, Valleys,
Roofs, HP Cleaned
PL 7023
• Hot Water Systems
• Blocked Drains
• Burst Pipes
• Toilet & Cisterns
• Leaking Taps
• Gas Installations
No call out fee!
• Hot water units installed,
serviced & maintained
• All types of taps serviced & installed
• Water & gas leaks rectified
• Drains unblocked
• Toilet pans, cisterns serviced
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• Alterations & renovations
• Solar hot water units
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• Back flow prevention devices
serviced & installed
• No call out fees
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• Police clearance
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& we keep all appointments
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prompt reliable service
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GAS ISSUES?
0407 864 984
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Specialist in landscape
design and construction
• brickpaving • lawns
• retaining walls • reticulation
• diamond core drilling
John Cole 9310 3660
0412 198 966
plumbing & gas
NO CALL OUT FEE
Ph/Fax 9434 6405
QUALIFIED HORTICULTURIST
DINGO MINI-EARTHMOVER
OPERATOR
• internal/external
• tradesmen only
• local resident
• registered painter 2542
• senior discounts
PAINTING
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Landscape Constructions
DULUX ACCREDITED
PAINTING
CONTRACTORS
0458 872 333
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PLUMBING
WAYNE WEBB’S
Handyman D
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all maintenance
Painting &
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LOCKSMITH
F&W Solutions
Quality, Reliable
& Prompt Ser vice
PLASTERING
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RN: 7318
Roy 0403 895 585
PAINTING
Phone Christian
HANDYMAN
A1 Total
Total
A1
Maintenance
Maintenance
trades&services
• Hot Water
• Blocked Drains
• Toilets and cisterns
• Taps & burst pipes
• All gas servicing
& installations
PENSIONER DISCOUNTS
Call Graham
• Ridgecaps repointed
• Broken Tiles replaced
• Overflow spouts
Fast service, Free quotes,
all work guaranteed
CALL PHIL
0433 466 584 0427 502 214
[email protected]
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ROOFING
trades&services
ROOFING
ROOF & WALL
DOCTOR
TILE–IRON–ASBESTOS
RE-ROOFING
COLORBOND/ZINCALUME
ROOF RESTORATIONS
OTHERWISE THE WORK IS ILLEGAL
PROTECTIVE COATINGS
WECLEANING
REMOVE &– DISPOSE
POINTINGOF:
✓ Old Tiles ✓ Iron ✓ Asbestos
9430 6553
Govt.
reg. 4146
WE
SUPPLY
23 Years Experience
&
INSTALL
Member Master Builders
✓ Colorbond, Zincalume
✓ Skylights, Whirly Birds
✓ Insulation, Gutters
✓ Tile Roof Restoration
9430 6553
16 Essex St, Fremantle
www.roofandwalldoc.com.au
WorkSafe Asbestos Demolition Lic
Builders Registration Number 13172
RESIDENTIAL &
COMMERCIAL
ROOFING
SPECIALISING IN
• Metal Roofing
• Colorbond Roofing
• Roof Replacements
• Roof Repairs
9253 0274
0430 785 863
Established since 1986
Ring
a Bin
Wall & Floor
Tiling Specialist
Ceramic - Porcelain
All Natural Stone
Re-Grouting • Quality Assured
30 Years Experience
Free Quotes
All bins with ramps.
Friendly local owner/operator.
Phone Leo.
Pay by Cards, Cash or EFT
9314 1222
0418 940 121
Email: swanriverroofi[email protected]
• 2+10 Cubic Meter Skip Bins
• Environmentally Friendly
• Rapid
Response
• Competitive
Rates
• Fully Insured
• Bobcats
& Excavators
• Hiab & Tail Lift Trucks
We Place Bins Where Others Can’t
9437 1999
☎
A/H 0411 722 892
www.southernbins.com.au
SEWING MACHINES
Port Sewing
Centre
Specialised Outdoor Services
All Roof
Replacements &
Maintenance
We service Govt. schools
in Roof Works.
9433 1077
www.sos-services.com.au
(Pensioner Discount)
Building Licence # 13954
AAA Acton
Roofing
• ALL ROOF REPAIRS & LEAKS
Tile/Tin/Asbestos
• GUTTERS & DOWNPIPES
Clean/Repair/Replace
• ROOF COATING & CLEANING
• SKYLIGHTS/ROOF VENTS
Free Quotes
Pensioner Discounts
Brian 0412
830 775
To advertise
phone today on
9430 7727
Professional Arbourist
• All aspects of tree work
• Removals
• No job too big or small
• 10 years experience
• Business owner on site
BEACONSFIELD 42A
BEACONSFIELD 43
SAMSON 80A
HAMILTON HILL 54A
HAMILTON HILL 54B
SPEARWOOD 64
SPEARWOOD 65
MUNSTER 208
COOLBELLUP 105A
SOUTH LAKE 109A
BIBRA LAKE 113B
SUCCESS 116D
ATWELL 118B
ATWELL 118E
AUBIN GROVE 126A
ALL PALMS & TREES
PRUNED, SHAPED OR
REMOVED
• Discount Stump Grinding
• Cheap Mulch Sales
• Pensioner Discounts
• Western Power Licensed
FULLY EQUIPPED, INSURED
& EXPERIENCED
FREE QUOTES & ADVICE
Nigel Williams
INDIGO ILING
■
■
■
■
■
■
✆0416 356 359
bathroom & ensuite
renovation specialists
15 years building experience
professionalism
& cleanliness top priority
free project managing
85% referal rate
superb workmanship
7 day renovation on average bathroom.
Photos & references available on website.
Ralph 0410 650 558
www.indigotiling.com.au
TREE SERVICES
OWEN’S TREE
SERVICE
•
•
•
•
Est. East Frem. 1982
Fully Insured
Pensioner discounts
Free quote
Call your local contractor
Owen Ritson
9339 6645
0421 118 704
Since 1851
Ph 9335 6113
SOAKWELLS
• Trees & palms
trimmed or removed
• Stump grinding
• Western Power approved
• Free Quotes
• Pensioner Rates
• Fully Insured
Jon
SOAKWELLS 0438 942
346
All aspects of Drainage &
Stormwater Management
Downpipes, Driveways,
Spoon Drains, etc.
We also repair existing
soakwells and brickpaving.
For advice and
recommendations call Deane
0418 906 735
www.pavedrain.com.au
To advertise
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TILING
• Wall & Floor Tiling
• New & Renovations
KENT’S TREE
SERVICE
Stump Grinding
• over 25 yrs exp
• fully insured
• free quotes & advice
• removal or verge pick-up
“Service is our Motto”
THE “TREE GP”
NOW AVAILABLE FOR
TREE SURGERY
Kent
0411 284 833
Direct
When You Need Your Trees
Trimmed, Pruned, Shaped
or Removed - Call:
Client
• Good price, High Quality
• Package offers available
(Main Floor & Bathroom)
M: 0421 439 229 T: 9414 1112
1/435 Yangebup Rd, Cockburn Central
DAMP
RISING DAMP
FRETTING MORTAR
FRETTING
MORTAR
TUCKPOINTING
TUCKPOINTING
BRICKS
REPOINTED
OLD
RENDERREPOINTED
REMOVED
LIMESTONE
LIMESTONE
REPOINTED
HERITAGE
RESTORATION
HERITAGE
RESTORATION
9430 6553
Govt. reg.
4146
9430
6553
9430
Years Experience
2323Years
Experience
Member
Master
Builders
Builders Registration Number 13172
WINDOW CLEANING
AVANTI
WINDOW CLEANING
RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL
Fully Insured
Police Clearance
Reliable & Efficient
Attention to Detail
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Alex Doran
0414 797 712
Clarity
Window Cleaning Services
✓ residential or
commercial
✓ difficult access
specialists
✓ professional & reliable
✓ fully insured
Call Paul
0405 433 063
DIRECT IMPORT & LAY
Tiler
ROOF & WALL
DOCTOR
BRICK
&
BRICK &
LIMESTONE
LIMESTONE
9430 7727
Since 1862
58 Adelaide St,
Fremantle
WALLS
To advertise
phone today on
SINGER PFAFF
FRANK’S
ROOFING
9337 1601 24 Hours
Mob 0409 105 559
Quality Work
0416 974 195
Repairs to all sewing
machines and
overlockers.
9430 7727
FLEXI CEMENT Q FR
RIDGECAPPING UOT EE
ES
• Roofcoating
• Reroofing tiles & tin
• Gutters & Downpipes
• Pensioner discounts
+ Fix leaks
FREMANTLE 7
Arbor Beauty Trees
7 Year Guarantee.
SOUTHERN BINS
Fax: 9434 6221
Tim Holland
2,3 & 4m bins.
TRENCHBUSTERS PTY LTD
Ron: 0403 842 218
FREMANTLE 2A
0424 150 899
[email protected]
cockburnroofi[email protected]
All work guaranteed
Fully Qualified Tradesmen Only
FREMANTLE 2
www.abtrees.com.au
Call Ben Rule
1800 618 518
ALL WORK
GUARANTEED
• gutters
• downpipes
• roof leaks
• asbestos removal
• reroofing
We Take Pride
in our Work
Guaranteed to
match or better any
roofing quote!
Cockburn
Roofing
Service
Leon 0403 184 723
SERVICE WITH A SMILE
STOP WATER LEAKING
THROUGH WALLS USING
RESISTANT ADDITIVES.
PHONE JONOTHAN
OR TANYA LEGROS
RUBBISH REMOVALS
• Ridgecapping
Specialists
• Gutters & Downpipes
• Leaks/Reroofing
• Install Gutter Guard
& Whirly Birds
• All types of roof
maintenance
TREE SERVICES
Shower
Regrouting
15 Year
READGuarantee
THIS
If your re-roof is more than
$20,000 (inc GST) your re-roofing
Company must be a Registered
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DO YOU LIVE IN OR AROUND
ANY OF THESE AREAS?
We Do It All - Then We Clean Up
No Mess Guaranteed!
0415 900 932
www.thetreefirm.com.au
WINDOW
CLEANING
• attention to detail Local Family
Business
• police clearance
• residential/commercial
• gutter cleaning available
Call Adam or Melanie
9310 7340
0419 968 811
Phone 9430 7727 [email protected]
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MOTIVATOR. Succeed 2
Success. The formula in
Business and in Life. ONE
- To - ONE - Sessions. PH
0475 917 744 [email protected]
au www.succeed2success.
com.au
CLASSES
MYAREE 75
APPLECROSS 85B
MYAREE 75A
ARDROSS 87A
BREAD Making Workshops.
Learn how to make your own
delicious bread at home.
We offer a range of threehour workshops including
introductory, sourdough
and hot cross bun baking.
Easy, fun and affordable.
Workshops starting at $90.
Courses commence March
at Challenger Institute’s
Beaconsfield campus. Enrol
now! 1800 001 001 or visit
challenger.wa.edu.au
COMPUTERS
PHONE and Computer Social
Educator. Do you want to
use your internet phone or
computer to communicate with
your loved ones? Call me! I will
teach you how its done! 9331
4670 or 0421 173 310
MT PLEASANT 89B
WILLAGEE 76E
KARDINYA 79D
WILLAGEE 76
KARDINYA 77
LEEMING 103B
WHY Trust your computer to
any old back yard computer
person? Are you looking
for service you can trust?
Bentech Computers have
been in Fremantle for 10
years providing friendly helpful
knowledge and experience
to all our valued clients. We
can help with all of your home
and office computer needs
ranging from PC’s & Laptops
to network and broadband
setup. Can’t make it down
to us? Bentech Computers
can come to you and provide
the same level of quality &
customer service that we offer
in our shop but in the comfort
of your home or office. Whether
you’re after a new computer
or just advice on choosing an
internet provider we are always
here & happy to help. Bentech
Computers 100 Wray Ave,
Fremantle. Ph 9430 9243
EXPERT SERVICES
ARCHITECT - Approachable,
practical, award winner. Cost
effective design service. Yes
different. patrickhealey.com.au
9499 1888 or 0412 956 967
ARCHITECTURAL advice
and design options for your
home extensions or strata
development. Ph. Andrew
0434 935 694
MURDOCH 83A
LEEMING 103
LEEMING 102
LEEMING 103A
BOOKKEEPER/BAS
AGENT: Efficient, quick and
flexible. Experience in multiple
accounting programs, set up
of company file, data entry,
GST compliances, 25 + years
experience. Please call Susan
on 0449 144 038 or email
[email protected]
BOOKKEEPING.
Registered BAS agent.
Cert IV Bookkeeping/
Accounting. Efficient, effective
and quick, with a hands on
approach, quality individually
tailored service to large & small
business. Over 22 years exp
in bookkeeping/admin, 11+
MYOB and Xero exp. Services:
accounts pay/rec, payroll, super,
BAS/IAS/PAYG, bank recon.
Please call Antonella at AV
Bookkeeping 0404 842 483 or
email [email protected]
au www.avbookkeeping.com.au
BRICKLAYER 1st class.
Small, medium jobs. 9335
4715 or 0400 505 302
IF SO AND YOU’D LIKE TO JOIN THE HERALD
DISTRIBUTION TEAM CALL MARIE KING ON 9430 7727
WE GUARANTEE THAT EVERY AREA HAS A
DISTRIBUTOR ASSIGNED TO IT EVERY WEEKEND.
BRICKPAVING. Any size
job considered. 25 year
experience. Bruce 0402 034
348 or 9337 1665
BUILD to lock up, or full owner
build service. patrickhealey.
com.au 9499 1888 or 0412
956 967
EXPERT SERVICES
BUILDER - Professional
builder specialising in all
renovation work, all insurances
and quality assured work.
Ablewestconstruction.com.au
Brent 0407 928 538
BUILDING Renovations &
home maintenance, walls
removed, windows, kitchens,
patios, pergolas. Ph Ray
0417 947 943
[email protected]
CARPENTER 15 years
experience Award Winning
specialised carpenter/ all
rounder. Call Chris for a quote
0428 721 284
CARPENTER 25 years local
exp. multi-skilled. Repairs,
installations, construction Matt
0423 426 202
classifieds
EXPERT SERVICES
G
OLDEN Retriever puppies.
Pedigree Parents, Gentle &
Adorable $1450 enquiries:
0458 007 409
GARDENER Weeding,
pruning,planting, mulching.
Regular, occasional, one-off. No
job too small. Makeover ageing
garden. Certificate IV Horticulture.
Mary-Ann 9316 9716
VESPA GT200 2005
Granturismo Piaggio. Italian
built, VGC, 200cc, Auto, Green.
6 month licence, new battery.
1 owner, 34,000km $4,000.
Celina 0403 886 424
GARDENER/ HANDYMAN.
Weeding, Pruning, Retic. etc.
Cheap rates, reliable.
9418 5271
GARDENING All gardening
aspects. Quality work
guaranteed. Ph Peter
0419 128 055
CARPET A Cleaning,
specialising in steam injection
deep cleaning. Choice
magazine preferred method.
Quick drying. 0438 411 208
GARDENING Occasional /
regular, yards cleaned. Garden
Design/Makeover. Applex to
Freo. Pauls Gardens 0407
988 967
ABSOLUTELEE Clean. House
cleaning, Commercial cleaning,
vacate cleans work guaranteed.
20 years experience.
Ph: 0487 049 520
ALL Aspects of Garden Care.
Garden Maintenance. Planting
and Development. Christine
and Larry Pryor 0410 717 093
CLEANER Hard to find good
cleaner. Ask my happy clients
for reference. Energetic,
reliable. Home and office
cleaning service, value for
money. Call 0423 267 530
CLEANER- Friendly, reliable
and efficient cleaning. Regular
and vacate cleans. Police
cleared & insured. Call Prema
0421 128 220
CLEANER; Domestic, Vacate,
office. 20 years exp, Police
cleared, Excellent refs, reliable,
efficient, enviro aware, saving
on products, owner operated,
From $35 p/h - 0424 713 478
CLEANERS Domestic
Cleaning. Regular house
cleaning. Commercial
office cleaning. Husband &
Wife operated. 0430 806 868
CLEANING Home & Office.
Experienced, Police Cleared,
References. Spotless
Guarantee. Fah 0401 883 377
or [email protected]
services.com
www.dreamhomecleaning
services.com
CLEANING Home & Window
Cleaning Fast and Efficient
two women team. Reasonable
rates. Call Ariel 0449 639 646
CLEANING House/ office.
Mature lady. 20 years cleaning
experience. Eco-friendly and
natural products used. Police
cleared and fully insured. Elaine
0466 977 583
CLEANING. House. Office.
6 years experience. Police
cleared. Reliable. 0478 637 239
CLEANING/ House & Office.
Thai Lady, reliable, efficient
service. Police Clearance. Call
Som 0414 069 256
CLUTTER free home! I will
help you clear out junk rooms,
sheds etc Eva 0404 208 452
CURTAIN Making, Tracks,
Pelmets, Swags. Call 9498 7260
DRAFTING Civil/Structural
Engineering, New House
& Extensions for Council
Approvals 0413 058 485
DRESSMAKING Alterations.
Gold Award 2014. Babs Fashion
Design. All occasions bridal/
evening wear, school balls,
casual day wear. 9437 3718
DRESSMAKING /Alterations,
Experienced. Hilton, Sylvie
9337 5690
ELECTRICIAN all smoke
alarms, RCD’s LED lights,
power. 0404 216 333
Fremantle electrician Lic
EC6386
ELECTRICIAN. Install and
maintenance, Telephone points,
Additions PH 0415 296 239 Lic
no 003282
FENCING Freo. Picket
fences. Wood frame fences.
Pinelap. Latticework, pergolas
etc. Manufactured on-site by
qualified tradesman. Choose
your own style. All joins securely
fastened with premium screws.
Concrete hand mixed. Call or
text. Jim 0417 096 732
HOLIDAY
ACCOMMODATION
GARDENING All Aspects
of Landscape/Gardening,
new gardens, planting and
mulching, new lawns, retic,
garden maintenance, free
quotes, Adam 0417 916 198
CARPET & Vinyl layer, repairs
& re-stretching. Call Dave
0409 666 062
HOME Cleaning- Do you
want your home or office
professionally cleaned, by
experienced cleaners? Police
clearance and references $25/hr
0430 023 990/ 0418 958 925
FOR SALE
GARDEN Rescue Service,
bushes, trees shaped, pruned,
weeding, general clean ups,
rubbish removal. 0417 966 277
HOLIDAY House for rent
Pemberton/Northcliff area. Ideal
for couples/families. Peaceful
bushland with walks.
0417 940 261
LOST AND FOUND
MISSING - All white female
cat. Last seen 23 Dec in
Hamilton Hill. 0497 411 347
MARRIAGE
CELEBRANTS
RETICULATION Maintenance,
adjustments and repairs. Expert
attention. All problems solved
with prompt attention! Phone
Larry 0410 717 093
ROB’S Gardening Service.
Fast, Efficient, Friendly. No Job
too small. Call 0438 457 434.
7 days
ANNE Roberts Registered
Celebrant. Beautiful ceremonies
designed the way you want. Ph
9335 6063 / 0431 945 645
CAROLINA Allen CMC simple
ceremonies to suit you. Ph
0409 291 616
MUSICAL
GUITAR LESSONS: stuck
in a rut or just starting out? I
have over 20yrs exp to share
with you. Easy to understand
method. I come 2u. Call 0439
597 507
HANDYMAN Capable, multiskilled, reliable and affordable.
No job too small.
Ron 0414 631 675
HANDYMAN Skilled, very
experienced. Reasonable
rates. Home maintenance and
Renovations. Call Phil
0481 505 192
PIANO Tuner, for professional
tuning services, phone
Ronald 0416 065 983 or visit
www.1pianotuner.com
HANYDMAN - Maintenance
and repairs. Home and garden.
Reliable / prompt service. Call
Andrew 0413 343 240
IRONING $20/hr, efficient expert
service, pls call 0427 460 408
IRONING Fast, Efficient. Freo
and surrounding areas. Michelle
0427 339 253
IRONING Lady, reliable,
professional service, pick up
and deliver $45 p/b
0412 907 795
IRONING service pick up and
return. Maximum 20 items $40.
Additional items $2 each. No
bed sheets. PH 0439 942 994
LAWNCARE, with my decade
of experience I can rescue
them, get them green and great
again, and get them to survive
summer. Chris 0406 394 329
LAWNMOWING, whipper
snipping, garden tidy ups. Free
Quotes. 0437 787 755
LEAFLET Distribution made
easy. Call the Herald and we’ll
do the rest. Target particular
suburbs; we can handle any
size distribution. Just pick up
the phone & dial 9430 7727
and ask for Marie King
SERENATA Strings. Classical
quartet or trio for weddings,
functions or parties. Email
[email protected] Call Hans
9335 6980 evenings
PETS
DOG Walking and pet feeding,
quality 1on1 service,
0412 664 032
www.megansdogwalking.com
PHOTOGRAPHY
WEDDINGS, Events,
Documentary. Contact James:
0414 451 957 Check website:
jameskerrphotography.com
PUBLIC NOTICES
ALCOHOLICS Anonymous,
want to drink? That’s your
business. Want to stop? That’s
ours. Ring all hours 9325 3566
office, Michael 0418 904 102,
Lisa 0404 926 367
REAL ESTATE
BEACH Shack 128 Naval
Base Holiday Shacks
Henderson. Furnished, good
condition $38,000. Danny
0438 826 666
PAINTING Clean tidy
competitive. Single storey
homes only. (reg 6964) Call
Guy 0412 554 509
PLASTERING Internal and
External. 25 years experience.
Reliable and friendly service. No
job too small. Phone Tony
0415 748 774
PLUMBING & Gas, gutters
and down pipes PL7409 GF
7917. Phone 0406 352 020 or
9330 4312
UP
TO
SHARED
ACCOMMODATION
COOGEE 4 x 2 house. 100m
Coogee Beach. Furnished
rooms. $800 bond rent, $800/
month. No other bill. 0417
998 066
TO LET
COUNSELLING /Consulting
rooms to rent in the heart
of Fremantle. Would suit
counsellor, psychologist,
health coach, mediator,
hypnotherapist or similar allied
health professional. Daily and
weekly rates available. Call
0468 957 061
TUITION
AAA To Infinity
Tutor. Mathematics (inc.
Specialist, Methods and
Applications), Engineering
and Physics tuition in your
home. Specialising in Years 10
to year 12, ATAR, University
and TAFE. Focusing on
clear explanations, problem
solving and exam preparation.
Experienced, professional and
dedicated tutor. Phone Denton
0425 898 598 or 9418 7703
ABC to Year 12. Qualified
school teachers come to your
home. Progressive Home
Tutors 9310 6771
EXPERIENCED female
Primary School teacher
available to tutor English and
Maths in Melville area. Ph: 0407
383 433
HOMESCHOOLING?
Tutoring during the school
day. Experienced Literacy
Specialist / Maths Tutor. I’m
a Registered Primary Teacher
and mother of 3 adult children.
For many years I have worked
with parents and children and
helped Reading, Writing and
Maths abilities to blossom.
Ginny Kenworthy 0416 487
532
MATHEMATICS tuition. Years
7-11 from High School Teacher.
Phone Russell 9339 0445
MATHEMATICS, Physics,
engineering. Qualified,
Supportive, Female, Maths
Teacher! B.SC. (Physics).
Suravi 0402 447 584
MATHS, Physics, chemistry
tutor, 35 years experienced,
approachable. Comes to you
0409 036 498
READING, Spelling, Maths
Difficulties. Individual programs
1:1 tuition. Exp Learning
Support Teacher 0428 786 604
WANTED TO BUY
BOXES Removal type. Cash
paid. May collect. 9417 5234
TOOLS, China, bric/brac,
antiques, records, books,
jewellery, clocks, H/hold goods.
Cash paid. Sheds, garages,
cleared out, deceased estates.
Call SHEDBUSTERS 9337
3953 or 0414 451 203
herald
classifieds
93,600 copies
from just $13 per ad
in the Herald Classifieds
ROOF and reno works.
Framing, sheeting, fixing, lining,
gutters, storm pipes, leaks,
etc. 30 exp tradesman reg/ins.
Police cleared Ph Michael
0408 913 338
email your classies to
[email protected]
RUBBISH Removed. Large or
small loads 7 days. Ph 9457
3323 or 0419 918 928
JUNK Removal. All shed,
house and yard junk
removed. Matt 0414 694 656
[email protected]
TILE/GROUT Cleaning using
latest technology. Bring tiles
back like new! 0438 411 208
WILLS And Probate.
Experienced Solicitor. Friendly
advice. Reasonable fee.
FITZLAW 9337 3852 mob 0401
199 372 [email protected]fitzlaw.com.au
1-12 words
for just $13
For every
extra 4 words
add $2
Booking deadline
12 noon Tuesday
WINDOW Cleaning. Also
Available weekends. 2 storey
specialist. Call Jamie 0438
382 345
The Herald, Saturday February 7, 2015 - Page 25
NOTICEBOARD
herald
mind
body
spirit
WHAT’S ON • CLASSES • ACTIVITIES • SPIRITUAL SERVICES • SUPPORT GROUPS
ANNEKA’S PianoEasy Free Introduction Session.
Book: 9335 5389 / www.pianolessonsfremantle.
com.au / Facebook PianoEasy
BABY MASSAGE COURSE. Learn about your
baby, help with sleep, crying, colic. Starting 10th
February for 5 weeks, The Nest on Silas, 8 Silas St, East
Fremantle. Call Sue Saunders 0437 613 648 for cost
and availability
BREASTFEEDING Problems? See Sue
Saunders, Lactation Consultant each Tuesday
0930-1200 at The Nest on Silas. Book on 0437 613 648
COME 10-PIN BOWLING with Seniors, Monday
mornings at Melville Super Bowl, commencing Feb
3rd. Beginners welcome, call Pat 9418 3297
DANCING: BEGINNERS COURSE (8 weeks).
Learn: Jive, Waltz, Rumba, Tango and other
useful dances for social functions. Melville Recreation
Centre. Starts February 9. A fun course with first-class
instruction. Enrol with or without partner. $118. Mondays
7:30-9:00pm. Stan 9330 6737, 0409 306 737
email [email protected]
DOG TRAINING THE NATURAL WAY. Start
Saturday Feb 7th 10am at Sir Fredrik Samson
Park. For more Information Contact Dorthe 0430
091 387
DREADLOCKING No Wax, No Chemicals, No
Glue just weaving and crocheting only. Stacey
0423 136 326
FREE COACHING FOR ADULT SWIMMERS.
Stroke correction, workouts. Fremantle Leisure
Centre, 50 mtr pool. Wednesday 9:00am. Phone Warren
0418 913 072 Masters Swim Coach
FREE MEDIATION CLASSES. Manning area.
www.mediation.wa.com.au
FREE YOGA AND MEDITATION CLASSES
FOR CANCER PATIENTS AND CARERS. Yoga
and Mindfulness Meditation classes will be offered
free of charge as part of the Term One 2015 Life Now
program.The Life Now Mindfulness Meditation classes
are offered as an 8 week program in East Fremantle
and will commence February 3rd. The Life Now Yoga
classes are offered as a 6 week program, scheduled to
commence February 25th in Fremantle. The Life Now
program is designed to help anyone affected by cancer
navigate their way through treatment or post-treatment
phases with more confidence and less stress and
anxiety. For further details or to register for the Life Now
classes please contact the Cancer Council on 13 11 20
HAMILTON HILL COMMUNITY GROUP
(HHCG) present their ‘Future Plan’ & updates on
Enright Reserve and Hamilton Hill Revitalisation
Strategy. All welcome 6:30 pm Wednesday 25 February
2015. Memorial Hall, Carrington Street. Info at www.
cockburncommunity.asn.au/HamiltonHill
JAZZ FREMANTLE. Ali Bodycoat Quintet.
Sunday 8 February, 4 – 7.00pm. Navy Club, 64
High Street, Fremantle. Visitors: $20 Enquiries: 9330
3491. Sponsor: HEALTHWAY – Act-Belong-Commit
www.jazzfremantle.com.au
MEDITATION - Understand your true spiritual
self and donate peace to our world. Tuesdays
7-8pm Glyde In Community Centre, 42 Glyde St East
Fremantle. Phone Brahma Kumaris Australia 9388 6101
SING SING SING Groups and individual lessons
choir. Melville and Fremantle. Beginners welcome.
Call Joanna 9339 5631
WEEKEND MEDITATION RETREAT. Nonresidential retreat with Linda Clair. Observing the
breath and slow walking meditation. 21st and/or 22nd
February. Introductory evening 19 February, 7pm ($15).
Venue for both: Round Room, Cockburn Memorial
Hall, corner Rockingham and Carrington. Phone
Nirmala 0424 048 354. Background on Linda www.
simplemeditation.net
ZORBAS DANCE CLUB Valentines Day Dance
Party Saturday 14 February. A celebration of love!
DJs Suchita, Avi, 7.30-12am. South Freo Football Club
Parry St. Entry $20. More info see Zorbas Dance Club
on Facebook
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.
To see more Noticeboards go to
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www.fremantleherald.com
A BALI SPIRITUAL INTENSIVE
Feb 24-March 1st with Kali-Ma
www.soulshaman.net
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. Next Workshop
22nd February. 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
BEGINNERS yoga 6 week
courses Tuesday February 3rd
7.30pm and Saturday, March
21st 10.30am Register online
$120 places limited www.jyoga.
com.au 0418 923 791 146
Carrington St Fremantle
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
CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPY
can assist in a wide variety
of challenges such as fears,
phobias, addictions, stress,
weight management and so
much more. The Awakening
Essence has been operating for
15 years and is recognised by
Health Funds. Member of PHA
Inc (Professional) and ANHR.
Please call Verona 0412 040
079 for an appointment
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
COUNSELLING/SUPPORT
for those needing to recover
from Narcissist Psychopath
abuse. Qualified Therapist. First
half hour free. There is a way
forward…Ph: 0419 322 388
DOES it all seem too hard?
Feeling loss, change, sorrow,
overwhelm, shame, stuck?
Ph Jan for Counselling and
Psychotherapy 0431 740 339
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& INDEPENDENT
RESTAURANT REVIEWS
FROM YOUR LOCAL AREA
Be seen by
thousands of
online readers
every month by
calling Myra or
Elin today for
more info.
9430 7727
HYPNOTHERAPY/HYPNOSIS
Helping with anxiety and stress
relief, phobias, insomnia,
relationship issues, pain
management, public speaking,
work performance, weight
issues and stop smoking.
Booragoon Clinic Qualified
Professional Therapist Call Zora
0421 173 994
MORNING Yoga 2 Week
General Intensive, Mon 9th
Feb 6am, Register online $200
places limited www.jyoga.
com.au 0418 923 791 146
Carrington St Fremantle
IS this you? Are your hormones
making you feel bloated,
lethargic and simply unwell?
Hormones can be influenced
by the foods we eat. Regain
control and learn the easy DO’S
and DON’T’S to reverse the
ageing process. Call for a FREE
consultation. Mobile: 0437 762
898, South Fremantle
KINESIOLOGY/NEURO
TRAINING is a gentle and
supportive modality of
balancing you via a variety of
techniques. The Awakening
Essence has been operating for
15 years and is recognised by
Health Funds. Member of AIK
Ltd (Reg Professional) Please
call Verona 0412 040 079 for an
appointment
BALINESE Massage. Deep
Tissue. Hot Stone Massage.
Strictly non sexual. Please call
Rika 0410 036 760 Melville
MORNING (10am) Yoga
Classes, Tuesday General,
Thursday Beginners,
Friday General/Beginners,
Experienced teachers all
classes, Air Conditioned, All
mats and props provided, Free
Parking. Full schedule online.
Beginners welcome. www.
jyoga.com.au 0418 923 791
146 Carrington St Fremantle
MASSAGE “Beautiful”,
“Amazing. Relaxing, swedish or
stronger therapeutic. Certified
Counsellor. In tranquil Palmyra
location. $60/ 1 hour or $80/
1.5 hours. Sara 0423 135 875
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 Are you tired?
Stressed? Try massage by
experienced Chinese. N/S $60/
hr Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
0418 948 192
body
riches
massage &
spa centre
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 Deep Relaxation,
Full Bodywork $60/75 mins.
Mobile, 15 yrs experience.
James 9417 5732
QUALIFIED Dip Remedial
massage Therapist specialised
in Deep Tissue / Relaxation
$69.95/1hr or Remedial /
Hot Stone $79.95/1hr. 156
Rockingham Rd, Hamilton Hill.
Ann 0431 766 966 / www.
wamassage.com.au
MASSAGE Remedial/Hawaiian/
Swedish/Reflexology/Ion Spa
Detox/Burmese Acupuncture
with a powerful healing touch in
Hamilton Hill Clinic. $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
MASSAGE Traditional Thai
for relief of muscle & joint
pain, tension, stress, etc.
Professional only. Phone Som
on 0414 069 256
MASSAGE: Trade in that old
tired wreck for a new model,
or get a tune up. Also for those
feeling loss and change. Sports,
trigger point, lymph drainage,
advanced fascial, craniosacral, reflexology. Simply
gorgeous. Liver Whisperer, and
for all innards and gizzards.
Gentle visceral manipulation
for trauma, digestive, pelvic,
thoracic, face, head concerns,
post surgery, aches n pains.
Jan BSc Dip APM Dip Ref Mbr
AMT ph 0431 740 339
KOREA Massage. 0473 768 010
NEW Healing Centre now open
in Beaconsfield. Complimentary
integrated energy treatments with
qualified practitioners / Registered
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February 7 - February 14, 2015
ARIES (Mar 21 – Apr 20)
In being offered the opportunity to take a
position of power, you will be confronted
with having to sort out your issues with authority from
a completely different angle. It’s easy to critique how
others wield their influence. It’s interesting to see how
one behaves in the same position.
TAURUS (Apr 21 – May 20)
With Venus swimming through Pisces, you
could find your imaginative talents coming
to the fore. At the very least, you will be working hard
to find ways to express the most inexpressible feelings
in your heart. The only way that comes close, is the
creative arts. Turn life into art.
GEMINI (May 21 – June 21)
Ideas are funny things. They pop into
one’s head in the most unexpected
ways and at the most unexpected times. The present
crop are offering insights into the nature of the society
around you. You can see what’s going on - and you are
inspired to find ways to address what you see.
CANCER (June 22 – Jul 22)
The Moon starts the week in grounded
Virgo. Use this moment to get your
systems in order. Everyday rituals provide the bones
of your life. They are important. Make them strong.
Health and wellbeing shine in their wake. Know how
your organism works. Give it what it needs.
LEO (Jul 23 – Aug 22)
Relationships are proving to be very
important indeed. Solitude has its
limits. Those people who offer the kind of friendliness
that persists through fire and rain, are gold. Where you
are encouraged to be and trust yourself, you will feel
lightness and grace. Trust this feeling.
VIRGO (Aug 23 – Sept 22)
The Moon begins its week in Virgo. This
charges you up with feeling. Befriend your
feelings and hold them like guests in your heart - then
you will be impassioned in all that you are and all that
you do. If your feelings overwhelm you, they will turn
into emotionality. Physicality helps.
LIBRA (Sept 23 – Oct 23)
As you focus on your aims, so it
becomes important to throw off those
things that aren’t serving you. This is a turnaround
moment. Venus is in Pisces, encouraging you to tune
into spirit and soul. Imagination is a great tool. It is
designed to help us get back to authenticity. Use it.
SCORPIO (Oct 24 – Nov 21)
The Aquarian Sun is fixing people
on ideas that aren’t necessarily
grounded in feeling. It is your passion that sets you aside
in this climate. Be sure that you have enough awareness
happening that you don’t get fixated on your own
agenda. Transformation works best when done lightly.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 – Dec 21)
Is it possible to be playful, without being
so locked into the positive that you end up
in denial? Your challenge is to figure out a way to be
optimistic and yet remain as real as real can be. Saturn
is enticing big questions to the surface. What is your
calling exactly? Are you following it?
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 – Jan 19)
The fact that Pluto is travelling through
Capricorn, makes you a central point of
attention. There’s a whole tribe of people trying to figure
out how to extract themselves from rigidity, without
discombobulating themselves and everyone around
them. This is your recurrent theme.
AQUARIUS (Jan 20 – Feb 18)
The Sun is shining brightly in the middle of
the constellation of the Water-bearer. This is
a moment where, if you’re onto it, your essence can
come shining through the various veils of ego. Use this
time of celebration, as a time of remembrance. Set
your compass towards the real you.
PISCES (Feb 19 – Mar 20)
Venus is doing her best to get you
in touch with all the delight you are
capable of. Are you listening to her? Mars is doing
his level best to get you out of any ruts you might be
in - and into some kind of invigorating adventure. Are
heeding his call? You know exactly what matters.
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