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Plan to shape future of Whiteman Park

A document outlining future ideas for Whiteman Park in the Swan Valley ties in with the park’s focus on tourism and development but has generated some concern for land conservation. 666 more words


Natural Cleaners for Your Home

A fresh clean home can make just about anyone smile, but using chemicals and harsh cleaners to get there is not only expensive, it can be dangerous. 355 more words


Giving a strong hand up, not a hand out

Members of On My Feet participate in a weekly training run session. Image – supplied.


By Kate Dzienis

Running transforms people, and if you… 1,009 more words


After the fire

The town is eerily quiet by any standards, but especially for a sunny Saturday mid-morning. Aside from the lone cars parked in front of the One-Stop Shop and the elderly couple taking photos near the rubble that remains of the railway station, there is little sign of human life. 1,347 more words


WA Women in League of their own

With the Australian Women’s Rugby Seven’s success at the Olympics this year, and the inaugural women’s AFL competition beginning in 2017, interest in women’s contact sports is at an all time high in Australia. 578 more words


MCC PD serving students with a smile

July 27, 2016-JOYCE DAVID Social Media Editor

 MiraCosta College can be a beautiful campus during the day but a terrifying at night. The sun goes down and everyone goes home. 270 more words

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Reviving Wasted Pavement

How should we use public space in downtown cores? What is the social role of parks? What form can community action take?

Angles sat down with environmental studies and city planning student Caroline Lindquist, a senior undergraduate at UNC-Chapel Hill, to find out. 1,052 more words