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Kings of the Ocean

My admiration for the killer whale began on 16 June 1986, when I was eleven years old. I remember the date as it was a decade after what is known as the Soweto uprising or 16 June. 1,503 more words

DAVE COGGIN NEW FREO DEPUTY MAYOR

East Ward Councillor Dave Cogging was this evening elected the new Deputy Mayor of the City of Fremantle in a contest with Councillors Jon Strachan and Rachel Pemberton. 59 more words

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PLANTING MORE TREES AT HOLLIS PARK

The Friends of Hollis Park are meeting again on Saturday from 10am till midday to plant more trees in the South Fremantle park.

The aim is to plant 1,000 trees and add to the already planted 5,053 trees there. 51 more words

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GLEN COWANS PHOTOGRAPHY CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE

Congratulations to the Glen Cowans Photography Gallery next to the Fremantle Roundhouse, which received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for constant good reviews about the gallery and the stunning underwater photos. 144 more words

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The spectacular Pinnacles at sunrise


The most magical and special experience I’ve had on this trip so far.
We stayed at a free campsite in Cervantes the night before and got up at around 5.30am to make our way to the precious Pinnacles for sunrise. 194 more words

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Cable Beach, Broome, Australia

I finally made it! 7 years in the making! Broome was the last on my list of cities in Australia, now it’s become the top with so many other places I want to visit, the more you travel, the more you realise how much you haven’t seen. 122 more words

FREMANTLE HERITAGE FESTIVAL STARTS THIS WEEKEND

The Fremantle Heritage Festival starts this weekend and is on from May 27 to June 6, and promises to be a big and interesting one. 270 more words

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