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80 YEARS OF ARTHUR HEAD EYESORE

I received this from one of my Freo’s View readers who found it on Throve.

“Sunday Times”

21 April 1935

ARTHUR HEAD EYESORE
A Suggestion for Beautification… 141 more words

Fremantle

THEY DO THEIR BID FOR FREO BENCHES

The Fremantle BID-Business Improvement District-group has placed a few more seats around town. Two at Little Hight Street near Chalky’s Cafe facing the historic Round House, which is a great idea! 42 more words

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BOAT CAMPING AT BATHERS BEACH

This boat has now been stranded on Fremantle’s Bathers Beach since August 29 and it does not appear any efforts are being made to get it floating again. 100 more words

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NEW GREG JAMES SCULPTURE AT J SHED

Fremantle J Shed artist Greg James has created another stunning bronze sculpture of a wood chopper that will be placed in Busselton. Go and gave a look at Arthur Head just on the grass north of Bathers Beach while it is still here, and while the grass is still public open space before the invasion of Sunset Events takes place and the A Class reserve becomes a live music venue and tavern. 7 more words

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Public comment on application DAO370/15 and DAO373/15 Arthur Head

I am aghast at the damage Fremantle Council seeks to wreak on the hugely significant but fragile historic Arthur Head area, a place where the whole of Western Australia was claimed for the British Empire in 1829, where the state’s oldest public building the Round House sits, and where much of the state’s early history had a beginning. 519 more words

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ABORIGINAL WELLBEING AT THE HEART OF FREO'S PINDI PINDI

The City of Fremantle has announced a partnership with Pindi Pindi, an Aboriginal-owned and operated research centre for community wellbeing. The partnership will see Pindi Pindi establish an agency office at the  174 more words

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IMPRESSIVE CITY OF FREMANTLE RESPONSE

The City of Fremantle responded fantastically well to the complaints of anti-social behaviour at the Bathers Beach Art Precinct. Early this morning electricians started installing light to light up the front and back of the heritage cottages to discourage people from sleeping there and using the yards as public toilets. 62 more words

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