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NO COMPROMISES FOR FREO'S WEST END

The FREMANTLE HERALD was kind enough to publish my Thinking Allowed about the necessary protection of Fremantle’s permanently heritage-listed West End this weekend. In case you don’t get the Chook home delivered or pick up a copy in town, I’ll post it here as well. 552 more words

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FACTS ARE ESSENTIAL TO COUNCIL CRITICISM

A letter to the editor in today’s Fremantle Herald:

Dear Brad

Why are you spending millions of dollars on Fremantle Kings Square and leaving our port in such a horrible state for our visitors who arrive.  208 more words

Western Australia

DEVELOPMENT WOULD IRREVERSIBLY DESTROY WEST END

I don’t often agree nowadays with Fremantle Society President John Dowson but his comment in the Fremantle Herald today that the proposed five-storey development for Pakenham and Henry streets is ‘Insanity’ is spot on! 125 more words

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UNFAIR ROE 8 ATTACKS ON FREMANTLE HERALD

I am disappointed to hear that the Fremantle Herald has received a lot of negative calls and emails regarding the Liberal Party wrap around they published a few weeks ago, which promoted the Perth Freight Link/Roe 8 highway project. 326 more words

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NO SECRECY IN WEST END CONSERVATION AREA LAUNCH

To have integrity one needs to avoid all spin and bending of the truth, but disappointingly the Fremantle Society prefers to ignore facts, as a letter in today’s  203 more words

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DIVERSITY ATTRACTS VISITORS TO FREMANTLE

I had a bit of a chuckle reading the front page of today’s Fremantle Herald, where the manager of the Manning family property holdings Anthony van der Wielen claims Fremantle council “is currently overrun by far left academics and greenies…” 173 more words

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FREMANTLE FIREWORKS AFTER ALL!

It looks like Fremantle will have fireworks on Australia Day after all with Mayor Brad Pettitt telling the Fremantle Herald that he would not oppose fireworks organised by the Fishing Boat Harbour Traders. 199 more words

Western Australia