Plenty to keep children happy in Rockdale this holiday

June 30, 2014 by  

Children in Rockdale will find plenty to entertain them during the next school holidays with a series of events at local libraries.

This holiday, all the activities celebrate animals and Rockdale Library has [Read more]

Local author's first novel available to buy

June 29, 2014 by  

A Caringbah resident has fulfilled his dream of becoming a published novelist with the release of his first book.

Christopher Salmon recently completed his first novel, which is set [Read more]

Milton restaurants celebrating the World Cup

June 28, 2014 by  

Australia may have made an early exit, but Milton soccer fans will be able to watch every World Cup match while enjoying food and a fun atmosphere at two local restaurants.

With the contest being held in [Read more]

Rising demand for food sees fresh call for supplies

June 27, 2014 by  

Foodbank WA has put out a plea to Welshpool and district community groups and local businesses to help build food stocks for the rising number of families in need.

Food drives and donations are [Read more]

Marine Park story preserved in documentary

June 26, 2014 by  

Residents of Wangara, Western Australia, and other suburbs within the City of Wanneroo have inspired the filming of a new documentary based on a former much loved attraction at Two Rocks.

The Community History Centre of [Read more]

Apiarists head to Tullamarine for honey bee conference

June 25, 2014 by  

The sweet taste of honey will be on the minds of delegates at this year’s Victorian Apiarists Association (VAA) annual conference, to be held in [Read more]

New apprenticeships to bolster State infrastructure transformation

June 24, 2014 by  

New South Wales youth will be the winners in the State Government’s latest initiative, which seeks to employ a minimum of 1,000 apprentices to help deliver a huge infrastructure program worth [Read more]

Design improvements see new rail link costs cut by $159m

June 23, 2014 by  

Budget predictions for the new Moreton Bay Rail Link have been downsized to reveal a possible saving of about [Read more]

Comedy brings Pete the Sheep to Monkey Baa

June 21, 2014 by  

The rewards and challenges of being an individual are dominant in the Monkey Baa Theatre Company’s latest production of Pete the Sheep.

Aimed at children aged from [Read more]

Business awards open for entry in the City of Swan

June 20, 2014 by  

Businesses from Bellevue and around the City of Swan have just over a month left to put their names forward for this [Read more]

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