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WHERE TO HOUSE FREO STAFF DURING KINGS SQUARE PROJECT?

Relatively new City of Fremantle CEO Phil StJohn will have a few sleepless nights over the next months to come up with ideas and solutions to relocate all city staff during the demolition of the old and the construction of the new civic centre at Kings Square. 189 more words

Western Australia

FREMANTLE NETWORK ON FOOD AND KINGS SQUARE

The monthly Fremantle Network event is on at the National Hotel TODAY from 6pm, so come along, listen, ask questions, meet new people and network! 115 more words

Western Australia

WILL THERE BE MORE MANY IN FREMANTLE?

With the Fremantle Kings Square project now going full steam ahead I wonder what will happen with the incubator MANY 6160 that has been operating in the former Myer building for a few years now. 87 more words

Western Australia

THE FUTURE OF FREMANTLE'S KINGS SQUARE

Here a few artist’s impressions of what the new buildings at Fremantle’s Kings Square might look like. From my experience one never knows because these creative drawings are often not very¬†precise. 85 more words

Western Australia

THREE STATE AGENCIES MOVE TO FREMANTLE

GODOT FINALLY ARRIVED AT KINGS SQUARE!

Premier Colin Barnett this morning announced that 1,500 public servants will relocate to Fremantle and that the Housing and Corrective Services departments will have their new headquarters in Fremantle, as well as the Department of Transport. 463 more words

Western Australia

KINGS SQUARE FESTIVAL HUB

It’s all happening at Kings Square for the Fremantle Festival today with people installing artworks and an alfresco entertainment area.

There is a very nice minimalist artwork on the eastern side of the St John’s church that will light up at night, so go and have a look. 58 more words

Western Australia

FREMANTLE HILTON HOTEL LIMBO

The start of construction of the Fremantle Hilton Doubletree hotel on the Point Street carpark site has been delayed again with Fremantle Council on Wednesday agreeing to extend the contract by one year. 150 more words

Western Australia