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How the EU Benefits the Vale of Glamorgan

Extracts from Jane’s ‘View from the Senedd’ article published in the Barry and District News 16 June 2016

“On Wednesday, there was a debate in the Senedd on the European Union, which proposed that Wales would be stronger, safer and more prosperous if it were to remain a part of the EU. 301 more words

Arthur Grady Day

Arthur Grady Day celebrates Fremantle bicycle maker, Arthur Grady, the first man to ride around Australia on a motorcycle in 1924.  Each year the Kings Square event grows, this year including some cars, perambulators and old hand tools. 68 more words

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FREMANTLE TOWNHALL RESTORATION STARTS

Scaffolding is going up at the Fremantle Townhall for the well overdue exterior restoration of the heritage building at Kings Square.

It is a real shame that the City of Fremantle does not have more money available to do more regular maintenance of the City owned historic buildings, but at least we have seen an improvement over the last two years with work done at the Old Boys School, the Evan Davies building, the one on the corner of High and Henry streets, and now the Townhall.

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KINGS SQUARE PROJECT PROPERTY VALUER IN COURT

There is an intriguing new aspect to the Fremantle Kings Square project with valuer Blake Smith of M3 Properties WA, one of the consultants of the KS project, being accused in the Federal Court for alleged misleading or deceptive conduct and misleading property valuation, together with Ibex Capital MD Charlie Robertson and corporate lawyer David Paganin. 118 more words

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FREMANTLE SOCIETY LETTER TO FREO COUNCILLORS

For the purpose of balance I copy this post I found on Planet Freo, an open letter by the Fremantle Society to the Elected Members of the City of Fremantle. 890 more words

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SIRONA FACTS ABOUT KINGS SQUARE PROJECT

The planned joint Kings Square project between the City of Fremantle and Sirona Capital gets a lot of criticism so I think it is fair to publish this email I received from Sirona’s Managing Director Matthew McNeilly late this afternoon in full. 586 more words

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The Case for an 11 Storey Building on King's Square

Have you ever wondered how the boundaries of the Trinity Royal Conservation Area were decided? The boundaries are purely arbitrary and, I can only assume, were voted on by the Heritage Review Board when it was first established in 1982 or by some other elected body that the citizen’s of Saint John put their trust in at that time. 266 more words

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