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Fremantle Herald
FREMANTLE
HERALD
Volume 24 No 26
Saturday June 29, 2013
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Barnett set to
axe port city
by BRENDAN FOSTER
FREMANTLE and East
Fremantle councils are to
vanish as independent councils
within 18 months and be
amalgamated with Melville.
That’s the word from sources
within the WA Liberal-National
government and Labor opposition.
Melville will contribute
seven of the new council’s nine
councillors and the mega-council’s
HQ will be in Booragoon.
Fremantle deputy mayor Josh
Wilson describes the move as
“apocalyptic” and fears it will
destroy the port city’s “hard-won
social and cultural fabric”.
The Barnett government was
set to announce the change as
early as yesterday, June 28.
It’s unclear whether North
Fremantle is included, or if it will
be sliced off to join an expected
new western suburbs mega
council.
Fremantle was formed in 1871
and neighbouring East Fremantle
in 1897.
Fremantle mayor Brad Pettitt
says the scenario—something
none of the three councils wants—
looks “increasingly likely” and the
“voice” of Fremantle will all-but
disappear in the merged entity.
“The 100,000 plus people in
Melville will mean that any new
council will totally swamp the
voices of the 29,000 people in
Fremantle and 6000-odd in East
Fremantle,” he told the Herald.
“The Melville council’s
priorities for regeneration are
clearly around Murdoch and the
Freo, East Freo gone
within 18 months
Aubrey
longing for
Leeming
by DAVID BELL
MELVILLE mayor Russell
Aubrey is reportedly lobbying
hard against plans to divide his
city and merge most of it with
Fremantle and East Fremantle.
• Fremantle mayor Brad
Pettitt and deputy Josh
Wilson fear their council
will soon be taken over by
Melville. Photo by Jeremy Dixon
Canning Bridge area. There is a
real danger that the much-needed
improvements to Fremantle will
largely fall off the radar.
“You’ll be hard-pushed to
argue that a resident of Applecross
or Booragoon has Fremantle as a
focus of their interests and concern
and community.”
Cr Wilson says Fremantle
residents have said time and again
they don’t want to merge with
Melville: “Just at the point when
Fremantle is gathering steam for
its renaissance as a distinctive and
vital strategic centre we lift our
eyes to see three horsemen of the
apocalypse pawing at our horizon.
“The last thing we need in Freo
is to have our distinct community
and our strategic needs dissolved
in some massive and characterless
new entity, whose only logic is
spurious economics and whose
only certainty is the destruction
of hard-won social and cultural
fabric.
“But I fear the WA government
is leaning towards a brutal,
large-scale dissolution of local
governance and local communities
as we know them.”
All three councils will
effectively be sacked and
commissioners appointed to run
them while the new structure
is formed. Dr Pettitt expects
commissioners to be in place
“within 18 months or so”.
“Ideally it would be good to
have a strong Fremantle council
for a few more years to see
through what we started,” he
lamented, referring to the East
• continued page 3
The Herald understands the
Barnett government plans to put
the entire suburb of Leeming into
whatever merged entity ends up
with the City of Canning.
Leeming is split between
Canning and Melville, with the
Melville portion a signifcant voter
base for the mayor. Losing it could
affect any plan Mr Aubrey has to
contest the mayoralty of the new
“Melmantle” super-council.
Through a media bodyguard
the mayor said it was “premature
to speculate about this issue”.
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• Todd Hatcher and the globetrotting Firebirds baseball team.
by ROWENA HAMILTON
COCKBURN’S Firebirds
baseball team has become
the first Australian team to
qualify for the Little League
Baseball World Series.
The 14-strong team, all
aged 11-12 years, will travel to
Williamsport in Pennsylvania in
August where they will take on
Mexico in their first game.
The Firebirds won the WA
championship this year, then
took out the national titles in
June, booking their place on the
plane.
Team member Todd Hatcher
prefers running around a
diamond to kicking a pigskin,
and thinks the Australian media
should pay more attention to
a game which recent evidence
suggests is as English as cricket,
not American as many had
thought.
He expects the international
competition to be even harder
than the national titles.
Among his heroes are
America’s Boston Red Sox and
Australian player Sam Kennelly.
The Little League Baseball
World Series is televised live on
Foxtel’s ESPN in August.
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maritime studies in Fremantle
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field with Australia’s most
advanced maritime simulators
allowing students to navigate
the world’s major ports in any
weather.
The $1.7 million simulators
feature the most advanced
mathematic modelling and
shipping databases in the world,
and three large screens to mimic
what it’s like on the bridge of a
raft of different vessels.
“The scope and diversity of
training opportunities for those
using the simulator suite are
exceptional, with the engine room
and cargo holding simulators
unique to Challenger among all
training institutes in Australia,”
Challenger boss Liz Harris said.
Scared mayor blocks
Pazolli from meeting
by DAVID BELL
MELVILLE city councillor
Nick Pazolli was unable
to attend a crucial budget
meeting Wednesday because
it might have breached an
interim violence restraining
order mayor Russell Aubrey
had taken against him.
Cr Pazolli is not allowed
within 10 metres of the mayor
nor is he permitted to try to
communicate with him. Their
seats in the council chamber are
about eight metres apart.
Cr Pazolli says it is
“disappointing and frustrating”
the order is affecting his ability
to do the job he was elected to
do.
The mayor applied for the
VRO following a heated private
meeting between himself and Cr
Pazolli, at which a senior council
staffer was present.
Cr Pazolli is disputing the
order, saying he’s no threat to
Mr Aubrey and the VRO should
never have been issued.
The Herald asked council
media minder Joanna Arbel to
• Cr Nick Pazolli—wants to be
able to do his job as a councillor
• Mayor Russell Aubrey had a
violence restraining order issued
against Cr Pazolli because he’d
yelled at him.
put us through to the mayor so
we could talk to him about the
VRO but she refused to even
pass on the request.
“As it’s a personal matter I
won’t be pursuing it with him,”
she said.
Cr Pazolli, who pays close
attention to the state of the
council’s finances, sent an email
to council colleagues about the
budget but was unable to send
it to Mr Aubrey—who by law is
the only person who can speak
on the council’s behalf—without
breaching the VRO.
“Obviously I’m not happy,
but I’m hoping that will all be
resolved or varied on Monday
when there’s a variation at the
magistrate’s court,” Cr Pazolli
told the Herald.
On July 1 Cr Pazolli will ask
the magistrate to permit him to
communicate with the mayor in
an o cial capacity.
On July 15 the court will
hear arguments about whether
to keep the VRO for up to two
years or quash it.
Skaters vs ‘haters’
• Kel Smith, John Howson, Greg Smith, Pamela Cattalini, Joan Kempthorne, Chris Grisewood, Matthew Hanssen and John Dowson
peg out the area of the approved youth plaza, much of which will be concreted over. Photos by Jeremy Dixon
by BRENDAN FOSTER
SKATERS and “haters” are set for a
showdown at Fremantle Town Hall
on Tuesday.
FICRA member Chris Grisewood
describes the “haters” tag as ludicrous.
“Skaters versus haters, what a load
of rubbish!” he barked. “This is the icon
of the West End of the city, so leave the
bloody thing alone. It’s not a NIMBY
thing, I don’t live anywhere near this but
I use it with my grandchildren.”
With bulldozers expected to start
tearing up the grass in spring, he denies
the meeting is a waste of time.
“We have to try to do something, we
can’t sit on our arses and do nothing and
let them do what they want.”
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required population growth per council,
rather than outright amalgamation.
It had hoped to shift its council
HQ from Booragoon to the emerging
Murdoch activity centre but that seems
unlikely to happen unless the new megacouncil gets to include more southern
suburbs.
The Melville-Fremantle-East Fremantle
decision means it is likely Cockburn will
amalgamate with Kwinana and perhaps
some or all of Canning.
The Barnett government is determined
to dramatically reduce the number of
metropolitan councils and wants the new
entities to each service around 130,000
people.
SILAS STREET
• from page 1
End and Kings Square renewal projects.
“This is likely to be the last Freo
council as we know it before we become
Melmantle or whatever.”
East Fremantle mayor Alan Ferris,
who retires June 30, says the new council
will be too big. The tiny town has fought
amalgamation attempts throughout its
history but appears to concede it’s lost.
“There could be between 130,000
to 140,000 people in the council and
the sheer size means the personal
relationships with council will be lost.”
Melville had told the government
it preferred nibbling up bits of
neighbouring councils to achieve the
EAST FREMANTLE
COUNCIL PLACE
Supporters of the $1.2 million
Fremantle skate park have, on a Facebook
page, dubbed the mostly grey-haired
members of Fremantle’s Inner City
Residents’ Association who oppose the
park as “haters”.
FICRA holds out little hope the special
electors’ meeting on June 2, called to
discuss the youth plaza, Arthurs Head
and the warders’ cottages, will convince
the council to change its mind, but it does
hope to turn up the political heat and
perhaps win some concessions.
James David posted on the Facebook
page that opponents of the youth plaza
were, “a group of antiquated, atavistic
thugs—who will stop at nothing to
stagnate the growth of Fremantle’s
cultural development”. The meeting was
“an attempt to stop the Fremantle Youth
Plaza becoming a reality”. “They do so
on a platform of vilifying Fremantle’s
youth labelling them as criminals, as
delinquents, as dangerous, as a threat to
the community.”
Plaza opponent Liesha Jack from
Defending Public Spaces WA hit back:
“Calling members of the community
opposed to the location of this skate plaza
‘haters’, is beyond nasty it is disturbing.
It is also very misleading, because though
a few people have raised concerns about
‘anti-social behaviour’ associated with
skateboarders around Fremantle and
skate parks, most are just concerned
about the actual location, which many
feel is inappropriate.
“Not everyone wants a massive
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The Ed says: Thankfully not. The
Chook scratched around and found that
WaterCorp was behind the ugly work
near Fremantle Hospital, but manager
Keith Cadee says it’s a temporary fix
while sewers in the area are relined. Once
the job’s finished—hopefully by the end
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S top th e leafl ets
SENATOR David Johnston you
are wrong. Your leaflet is couched
in falsehoods.
An absolute misrepresentation.
The boat arrivals people are not
illegal. They are refugees. And
please consider the success of the
Vietnamese boat refugees who have
integrated into our community and
contributed much. We are a big and
wealthy country. And finally, please
keep your bigoted and prejudiced
views to yourself.
Barbara Darling
Louisa St, South Fremantle
The Ed says: Many thanks to Pedro
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with similar concerns about the leaflet.
Lack of space means we can’t publish
them all.
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Page 4 - Fremantle Herald, Saturday June 29, 2013
Tel: 9446 6729
www.ikandu.com.au
AS a resident of Fremantle for
eight years I am dismayed at the
decaying state of this once great
city.
I live in the East End and when
I walk into the city centre I am
confronted by empty, decaying,
gra tied buildings crying out for
redevelopment.
I believe a large number are
owned by the council. As store
after store closes there are various
accusations about greedy landlords
being bandied about but the main
reason these stores are failing is
Fremantle no longer attracts enough
visitors and shoppers.
To again become a bustling
vibrant shopping hub the Fremantle
hierarchy need to embrace change.
As developer after developer is
driven out by the combined forces
of the incumbent councillors, the
Fremantle Society, the Greens and
any number of “ save the .....”
groups, more and more shops and
buildings will be vacated, creating a
ghetto where no shoppers or visitors
or shoppers will venture.
Last week you headlined a
story “Mayor blasts Pakenham hotel
plan” and you quote him stating
the proposed development is
“unapprovable”.
This hostile attitude only serves to
support the call for the creation of a
Fremantle redevelopment authority,
to remove the hysteria and emotion
from decisions involving multimillion dollar developments that
are desperately needed to revitalise
Fremantle .
Anthony Brown
Elder Place, Fremantle
S k ewer ed
p er sp ectiv e
CAN someone please tell me why
our first female prime minister
has to be “skewered” (Herald,
June 15, 2013).
A rather male (dare I say
misogynistic) term to use in
relation to interviewing or having a
conversation with our PM I would
have thought.
Dare I say our female PM has
been “skewered” enough by our
misogynistic society, men and
women alike, in particular those men
in the LNP who conveniently use
the “honorary males” to make them
“look good” in the public eye.
It is a truly sad state of affairs,
and when this is all over and an
analysis is done of the goings on over
the past couple of years, Australia
is not going to look good on the
international stage.
The threatened little men around
hu ng and pu ng and using the
underlying misogynism in our
society to denigrate and make the
PM look incompetent, when in
actual fact the reality is quite the
opposite, are not going to look good
at all. It would seem there are a few
people who need to get into reality,
including our very myopic press.
Coralie Clarke
Forrest St, Fremantle
I t’ s th e way
PEOPLE complain that Fremantle
council does not listen to its
ratepayers.
That’s how it’s been since councils
began: You pay rates and taxes to
keep them in o ce, and they say
thank you very much and do as they
like, in the end they get their way.
Well, if Freo comes to a sticky end
as a nice place to visit, “just think”
at least there will be free parking,
but then, will you want to go there,
unless you want to catch the train?
Ah, but they may even shut down
the station again as they did in the
1970s. You gotta smile. Do we really
need local councils as well as state
government?
J Farley
Butson St, Hilton
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‘Drugs’ sales
risk $1m fine
by CARMELO AMALFI
SHOPS still selling synthetic drugs
face fines of up to $1 million under
a national ban imposed after the
death of a NSW teenager while
high on an LSD-like drug bought
online.
Fremantle shops are flouting the
120-day ban on 19 synthetic drugs
which cannot be sold over the counter.
They include Buddha Express, Atomic
Bomb and Super Skunk.
Adult shops sell it under the
counter at discount prices. Before the
ban was introduced, users paid $65
for a three gram packet. They now sell
for $100 for two packets, or six grams.
“We can’t keep them on the
shelves,” one shopkeeper admitted
to the Herald.
“But our supplier is preparing a
new batch because of demand. The
ban has meant we have had to get
rid of at least $10,000 worth of stock.”
Banned on June 9 were synthetic
drugs including White Revolver, Ash
Inferno, Kyote, K2, Black Widow,
Kronic, Vortex Inferno, Herbal Incense,
Tropic Thunder and Circus Deluxe.
Manufacturers are tweaking
chemical contents and relabelling
products so they’re not on the banned
list, but anyone caught selling banned
products will be prosecuted under
consumer laws which prevent
synthetic drugs being sold on the
basis they are a health risk.
While shops say they expect a visit
by the police, users continue to pop in
to stock up.
One buyer the Herald spotted was
a Fremantle council parking inspector
who did not seem concerned about the
ban as he stopped in to pocket a couple
of packets before continuing to work.
He’d also been spotted in the same
shop buying up the synthetic drugs a
week before the ban came in.
Construction and mining workers
are also buying the largely undetectable
drugs (“Workers syn stoned?” Herald,
June 22, 2013).
The ban was imposed after the
death of Sydney 17-year-old Henry
Kwan who, believing he could fly,
plunged to his death from a balcony
after consuming a then-legal LSD
substitute he’d bought online.
Two weeks ago in the Hunter
region of NSW, a man used pliers to
remove his teeth which he said he
didn’t want in his head any more.
Paramedics in Orange, NSW, were
called recently to help a woman in
her mid 20s who suffered irregular
heartbeat and stopped breathing after
consuming synthetic marijuana.
In a separate incident, a woman
near Maitland had such an adverse
reaction she stabbed herself several
times with a knife, almost severing
her arm.
Paramedics in the Hunter, regarded
as one of Australia’s hot spots for
synthetic drugs, also raised concerns
over the impact on people with mental
health problems.
Describing the impact of over-thecounter drugs as, “like pouring Drano
into your brain”, they say there has
been a steep rise in mental health cases
linked to synthetics.
Synthetic marijuana is a mixture
of dried herbal plants sprayed with
chemicals that mimic the effects of
the active ingredient in marijuana,
tetrahydrocannabinol.
It can be bought online for as little
as $15 for three grams.
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What’s the
diff?
BRAD PETTITT and Simone
McGurk say they fear a
powerful, unelected Fremantle
redevelopment authority will
ride roughshod over local
wishes (Herald, June 22, 2013).
And the difference is?
Ratepayers have had a
$1.9 million skate plaza on the
Esplanade Reserve, a concrete
basketball court on Wilson park
and a possible $6m debt for the
warders’ cottages forced upon
them without any consultation.
The council will tell you
there has been consultation but
why then do we have so many
ratepayers concerned? Perhaps
they are consulting the wrong
people. Its stakeholders, not
skateholders, who need to be
consulted.
If you are a concerned
ratepayer make sure you attend
the special electors’ meeting on
July 2 at the Town Hall at 7pm to
voice your concerns.
Elena Monaco
Norfolk St, Fremantle
Where’s that
Freo vibe?
I MOVED into Fremantle 12
months ago expecting to find
a vibrant, thriving community
but alas I was mistaken.
Fremantle is but a shadow of
the village I once enjoyed.
As I look at the layout of
Fremantle I wonder whether the
land currently occupied by the
containers terminal on the north
could be better used. I think to
myself what a waste of valuable
real estate!
Would the land not be better
utilised as residential housing.
The area surrounding the
passenger terminal seems to be
letters
used as a carpark most of the time.
Again, I think what a waste of
valuable real estate!
I propose a strategic plan be
developed where:
a) provision is made for a cargo
wharf in Kwinana (I believe at one
stage such a port was proposed by
Len Buckeridge). The containers
and cars that currently come
through the existing port will be
focused through the Kwinana
complex. Using existing road /
rail infrastructure with minor
modifications.
b) the north side of the harbour
will then become available for
residential development. The
residential development is open
for community discussion (eg,
exclusive single residential or
multi-storey Gold Coast type
developments).
c) The passenger terminal on
the south side be redeveloped
into something akin to Darling
Harbour in Sydney or Southport
in Brisbane
The benefits of this plan are
many, including the town centre
will again become the focus of
people’s entertainment, existing
rail / road infrastructure can be
easily modified, heavy haulage
tra c will not have to clog
arterial roads such as Leach
Hwy, Carrington St, Hampton
Rd, Stirling Hwy etc, the already
increasing population density of
the southern Fremantle corridor
(South Beach, Coogee, etc) means
the south side of Fremantle will
become “the centre” of town.
John Tassicker
Marine Tce, Fremantle
Let death be
peaceful
I TOTALLY agree with what
Roel Loopers (Herald letters,
June 15, 2013) has to say about
euthanasia.
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I believe he has great insight on
a lot of issues. I would not hesitate
to go to the Netherlands, or give
my blessing to whoever wants to
end their pain and suffering by
choosing this end.
There was a wonderful
documentary on SBS some time
ago. Incredibly moving to watch
an elderly man end his suffering,
dying peacefully in his wife’s
arms.
A Beautiful Death
In the arms of a soul mate.
A loved one.
Anticipation and fear.
Excitement and fear.
Clarity and fear.
Sleepiness no fear.
Bliss.
Excitement.
Anticipation.
A beautiful death.
The beginning.
Terry Bugeja
Poole Pl, Mosman Park
Practising freedom
AS a former Law and Arts student at Notre
Dame I read with interest Ella Wiskiewski’s
letter (Herald, June 15, 2013), “Made unwelcome
in my place of learning”.
First, I wouldn’t think it was the university’s
intention to make anyone feel unwelcome, people
of all faiths and persuasions attend Notre Dame
and realistically, they can’t predict or control each
person’s reactions.
But secondly, since when have universities been
required to make people feel in their comfort zone:
isn’t it the very nature of universities to challenge
the status quo? Notre Dame would have failed in
its role as a Christian place of learning to be “salt
and light” if it did not raise the Judeo-Christian
standard of upholding heterosexual marriage as
God’s original and ultimate design and the Biblical
blueprint for such unions.
I’m not judging or condemning people with
same-sex attractions, I’m not your judge, only
Jesus is. But as a Christian I can’t condone what
God doesn’t. He loves us all as we are and no
sin is worse than another, but every sin will keep
us out of heaven, so why should homosexuality
expect to get a free pass?
I can’t really agree with Ella’s assesment
that promoting John Finnis, “a staunch Catholic
with an attitude of thinly veiled disgust towards
homosexuals”( Ella’s words) is “hypocritical”. This
is a Catholic University for heaven’s sake. It would
be hypocritical if it had banned him in an effort to
placate same-sex lobbyists, who don’t agree with
him. And yes, as a Catholic university it is entitled
to, “ban certain student associations whose views
are.. incompatible with those of the university”.
Can you imagine a university or any place
in Afghanistan or Iraq for example, allowing a
student association that promoted Israel and antiMuslim ideals? Hardly. So why be offended by a
Catholic university supporting Catholic values,
that don’t accommodate your particular views?
At least in Australia, you’re perfectly entitled
to set up your own centre of learning to promote
your own views—that is freedom of speech.
But one person who always wants to hear
from us all is Jesus, he cares where we’ve been
and what’s happened to us and he has our best in
mind, but it is a two-way conversation.
Michelle Meyers
Cranford Ave, Brentwood
Ludlam plan to shelter 7000
by BRENDAN FOSTER
FREMANTLE-BASED Greens
Senator Scott Ludlam says his
party could end homelessness
by 2020.
After spending a night on a
chilly Canberra street during
Vinnie’s CEO Sleep Out, he
said the Greens—if given the
opportunity—would provide
emergency packages to build 7000
homes for people sleeping rough
by the end of the decade.
“On any given night more than
105,000 Australians are homeless,
including 18,000 children under
the age of 12,” he says.
“Any Labor or Coalition
politician doing the CEO Sleep
Out needs to put their money
where their sleeping bag is.
“There is no reason why any
Australian should be denied the
basic human right to shelter, but
one in 200 of us are.”
The Greens spokesperson for
housing says the Leave No-one
Behind program would provide
pre-fabricated two-bedroom
homes for under $100,000 each.
“Modern pre-fabricated homes
look like a conventional home
and can be built to any design,
making them suited to infill and
regeneration developments—in
other words, in areas with existing
services,” he says. “Modular
housing is far more affordable to
run: its high level of insulation
means the house uses just 10 per
cent of the energy of a five-star
home, so is much cheaper to heat
in winter and cool in summer.”
He says the federal Labor
government’s own plan to halve
homelessness by 2020 has stalled.
“Tony Abbott refuses to even
commit to the target,” he notes.
“Every winter homeless people
in Australia die from exposure. We
can’t let this go on.”
Take me down to funghi town
QUIRKY Freo trio
Formidable Vegetable
Sound System is about to go
“fungal”.
Although little known on
its home turf of Fremantle, the
band’s mix of messages about
permaculture and twangy
ukelele is about to get a global
audience courtesy of the
Glastonbury Festival.
That means frontman Charlie
Mgee and pals will trade stages
with the likes of The Rolling
Stones, Portishead and Elvis
Costello (well, they’ll be on
stages nearby). The band is
on a year’s tour of the world,
heading back to WA in February
to “relax and grow some nice
tomatoes”.
Rates rise
double
inflation
by DAVID BELL
RATES in Melville are going up six per cent.
National inflation is under three per cent.
Six cost-saving measures that would have kept
the rise to five per cent were voted down by mayor
Russell Aubrey and most councillors Wednesday
night:
• Cr Susanne Taylor-Rees’ proposed cancelling
of a $160,000 car park at Durdham Crescent;
• Cr E e Nicholson’s plan to cut public art
spending from $120,000 to $60,000;
• Cr Nicholson’s proposition to save $25,000
by not illuminating an artwork at the corner of
Murdoch Drive and Leach Highway;
• Cr Nicholson’s plan to scrap $97,000 on “bin
surrounds”, (fancy structures that go around bins).
The motions won support only from Crs Rob
Willis and June Barton (Cr Nick Pazolli was
not there as it may have breached a violence
restraining order the mayor has taken against him
because Cr Pazolli had yelled at him).
Cr Nicholson also wanted to divert $1 million
of federal grant money destined for the land and
property reserve, therefore earmarked to buy
property, instead wanting to put it in the general
pool of cash to pay for operating expenses. She
estimates this would have knocked another two
per cent off the rates increase.
Council media minder Joanna Arbel says the
six per cent rise means “an average residential
ratepayer can expect to see an increase of about
$1.27 a week to their general rates”.
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herald
thinking allowed
Watch what you say
T
HIS month, thanks
to US whistleblower
Edward Snowden,
ordinary citizens around the
world learned that through
a spy software known as
PRISM we can be recorded
every time we go online or
use a telephone.
search warrants exist, so those
agencies can show cause as to
why they need to intrude on
your privacy.
But I question whether
each and every one of us
should have all our electronic
communications watched and
recorded, all the time.
Along with the potential
invasion of the privacy of
ordinary citizens I am concerned
about what this massive scale
of surveillance means for the
functioning of democracy.
From time to time journalists,
politicians and others receive
sensitive information that
intelligence agencies, both here
or overseas, may or may not
want revealed but which it is in
the public’s interest to know.
What implications for our
democracy does this mass overreach in surveillance activity
by Australian and US secretive
intelligence agencies hold?
These questions are being
raised internationally, with
Canada’s privacy commissioner
expressing “significant
concerns”, Germany’s justice
minister warning “the more a
society monitors, controls and
observes its citizens, the less
free it is”, a UK parliamentary
committee flying to the US
to demand answers and
the European Commission
demanding the US government
guarantee privacy is respected.
However, here in Australia
intelligence agencies—whom
I have been questioning for a
long time about their growing
budgets and quietly expanding
plans for retaining citizens’
private data—have been
scuttling for cover, and in that
they have had the full support of
a supine Labor government and
Coalition opposition.
While the old parties
sleepwalk on this issue I’ve been
working with organisations and
inspiring individuals to uphold
the rights of citizens to privacy,
and to achieve some degree
of accountability from spy
agencies.
When Snowden, a staffer for
a company contracted to the
US National Security Agency
revealed the NSA was using
PRISM to gather vast amounts
of material from US telcos it sent
shockwaves around the world,
because we learned PRISM was
monitoring the US-based servers
of nine companies, including
Yahoo, Skype, Apple, Microsoft,
Google and Facebook.
Since the US, UK, NZ,
Canada and Australia make
up the “five eyes intelligence
network”—an arrangement to
share intelligence data—analysts
have concluded data being
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is being shared here.
What’s not yet clear is
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I asked a series of questions
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I introduced a Bill in the
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telecommunications data, but
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At this point, the Greens
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along with their duration and
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• Paul Watson fears
for the preservation of
Defence heritage.
W
ORLD WAR II bunkers and
significant Aboriginal sites,
including limestone caves,
face obliteration under a plan to
populate the Cockburn coast south of
Fremantle.
Hamilton Hill historian Paul Watson
raised the alarm at a recent Cockburn
council meeting, only to be told “military
experts” had found nothing of note on the
coastal ridgeline.
Unconvinced, Mr Watson called
in artillery barracks personnel who
identified defence sites the Herald visited
this week.
“Acknowledgement and preservation
of the military heritage of this area is
essential for the development of a ‘sense
of place’,” Mr Watson says.
Cockburn planning and development
director Daniel Arndt says LandCorp
commissioned a cultural heritage strategy
covering structure plans for Robb Jetty
and the emplacements along the existing
Cockburn Road overlooking the sound.
“Both local structure plans were
referred by the city to the department
of indigenous affairs and State Heritage
O ce,” he says.
“Both agencies were supportive of the
content of the local structure plans and
did not request changes.”
Mr Arndt concedes defence personnel
were not consulted, ”the South Beach
battery remains are contained within
a current City reserve and there is no
intention to remove the battery”.
Mr Watson says the Cockburn coast
project and a planned coastal road
threaten to demolish heritage sites in the
existing emplacement precinct, contrary
to the structure plan’s aim of achieving,
“a sustainable community that celebrates
the area’s past”.
He criticised the four weeks Cockburn
residents were given to comment on
a major coastal development that will
take 15 to 20 years to complete. The WA
planning commission allows no less than
three months for public submissions.
He says the council has given little
attention to the extensive military
complex, which still exists along the ridge
pegged for high-density housing.
Similarly, LandCorp’s cultural heritage
survey, which devotes two and
a half pages to defence heritage,
undersells the importance of the
area, he says.
“There is a strong feeling among
many residents of Cockburn that
any call for submissions to respond
to planning instruments is largely
tokenistic,” Mr Watson says, adding
submissions that raised concerns
were largely ignored.
Mayor Logan Howlett says
the structure plans adopted after
workshops with local businesses
and landowners last year were,
“an important milestone in the
Cockburn Coast project”, now being
considered for final approval by the
WA government.
“Once this occurs, the project
moves into the delivery phase
with developers able to prepare
their plans for subdivision and
development,” he says.
“This is one of the city’s and
Perth’s most exciting coastal
redevelopment projects, seeking to
transform the area of land between
South Beach Village and Port
Coogee into a vibrant mixed use
coastal community.
“Cockburn Coast will be the
trendiest place to live.”
He says Cockburn will have a
population of 130,000 by 2031, “a child
born this year will be celebrating their
18th birthday in a thriving commercial,
residential and industrial hub-city”.
He adds Aboriginal people have lived
in harmony with the land for tens of
thousands of years.
“Importantly, we are still learning how
to live in harmony with the land and how
to provide for future generations without
destroying the very land and waterways
we rely on to survive,” he says in the
latest edition of the council’s newsletter.
heritage focus
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have been
asked to survey a former swamp next
to Randwick stables after Cockburn
city council approved a community
garden over an Aboriginal burial
ground.
One of the first titles granted in the
Swan River colony in 1830, the original
2000-acre block stretching from Fremantle
to Bibra Lake belonged to Captain George
Robb and now includes part of Randwick
stables, Dixon reserve and Hamilton
Plaza shopping centre.
Referred to as Hamilton Hill swamp,
former wetlands near the tall Norfolks
and palms were used as a corroboree and
burial ground by local Nyoongar Wadjuk
people.
Randwick stables manager Alison
Bolas says a survey is planned given the
site’s historic uses, including the burial
of Aboriginal people beside the lake now
used for horse training.
Inclusive
“We hope to start with fruit and
vegetables,” she says. “The idea is to
make the garden community inclusive,
for everyone to use and share.”
Council engineering and works
director Michael Littleton says the
council has worked extensively with the
Randwick stables community garden
group, which includes a historian,
“considering the archaeological and
indigenous implications for the site”.
The area produced the colony’s
first printed newspaper, The Fremantle
Observer, Perth Gazette and Western
Australian Journal, whose birth notices
included the arrival of a son to Captain
and Mrs Stirling.
The “black sand” also produced the
colony’s first vineyard, the South African
“sweet water” vines which impressed
Stirling replanted at Mt Eliza, “nursery of
the Colony’s vineyards”.
Hamilton Hill resident Paul Watson
commends council for putting some
effort into establishing a list of significant
heritage places. But it was not enough, he
told the Herald.
He’s applied to have the WA main
roads-owned site listed on the state
heritage register, recommending it be renamed Hamilton Hill swamp precinct.
Cockburn adopted the Hamilton Hill
revitalisation strategy in November. The
rezonings identified in the strategy are
advertised for public comment until July
23, details of which can be found at www.
cockburn.wa.gov.au/HamiltonHill.
The WA government’s Directions 2031
document sets a target of 47 per cent of
additional dwellings by 2031 in the Perth
and Peel metropolitan areas.
“Hamilton Hill, as a well-connected
inner-ring suburb, is well-situated to
contribute to the delivery of these infill
targets,” the strategy states.
One of the first settlers at Hamilton
Hill was Robb’s agent Sydney Smith,
25, who arrived in January 1830 on the
barque Leda to build Robb’s farmhouse
near the middle of the western boundary
of the grant (Swan River location 10). The
first reference to the suburb is in a letter,
dated August 27, 1830, in which Mr Smith
gives his address as Hamilton Hill.
The name is derived from the
Hamilton Ross Company of Cape Town,
which operated the Leda.
In the 1840s, newspapers in the area
referred to the area as, “that delightful
locality well known as ‘The Hamilton
Hills’”. From his neighbouring grant,
30-year-old Charles MacFaull printed his
news journal which survives today as The
West Australian, now printed at a facility
nicknamed “the Swamp” (on reclaimed
wetlands in Osborne Park).
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The brief was to create additional seating indoors, a
functional open kitchen and a completely new look. A
relatively small budget was allocated to achieve this.
The
he creative juices weren’t confined to just the decor,
spilling over into the fabulous food. Chef Ary in his unique
An amazing phenomenon occurred. The local community cooking style has managed to combine some of his native
got behind the project and offers of help poured in. Local
Indonesian flavours with true blue Aussie favourites in the
tradies and regular clients popped by to offer any help they new lunch menu.
could bring to the project. It brought tears to the eyes of
The Local Café retained all its breakfast items and the
the owners, they were overwhelmed with the local support.
much
loved specialties of the house such as Ary’s Eggs
‘Mates Rates’ were charged by some and ‘Freebies’ were
Benedict,
The Summer and The Winter Breakfasts and The
generously offered.
Bali Breakfast are now due to popular request also served
A beehive of activity ensued and at all hours of the day
at lunchtime as part of the All Day Breakfast.
utes, trucks and vans were seen to be parked on the
corner of Rennie and Paget Street. The boys were burning
the midnight oil and the ‘Hilton Block’ was full steam
There is something for everyone and the
ahead. Counters were built by the owners in their garage
at home and bargains were found on Gumtree in the way
quality and presentation of the food is
of furniture, appliances and light fittings. True to the format
worthy of a 5 star restaurant. Prices are
of The Block, it did not happen without a few hiccups and
reasonable and will suit any budget. The
dramas along the way but to quote Shakespeare: “All’s
well that ends well.”
new warm and cosy café is now the in
THE LOCAL CAFÉ has undergone a truly astonishing
transformation. The inspiration for the decor is loosely
based on the Hampton Beach style, with its combination of
light, bright contemporary colours and finishes, old natural
timber tables with seagrass chairs. Original artworks on
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The Hilton Block project is definitely a winner.
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No more Nightrider for clubbers
by ROWENA HAMILTON
TRANSPERTH has axed the
NightRider bus service that was
launched in 2006 to cart drunken
yobs out of Fremantle.
WA transport minister Troy Buswell
says the service is too expensive to run for
its recent average of 10 passengers.
But Fremantle councillor Sam
Wainwright is furious.
“Plenty of bus services run with less
than 10 passengers,” he says.
“To run a public transport system as
a successfully integrated network the
services on the more lucrative routes at
busy times have to cross-subsidise the
other services.
“We need better public transport
late at night for a number of reasons:
Public safety in the CBD, reducing road
accident trauma, helping local businesses,
sustainability and for reasons of social
justice and accessibility for those that
can’t drive.”
Cr Wainwright also got stuck into
Transperth for cutting the service without
discussing it with the Fremantle Liquor
Accord group or the wider community.
“I believe the mayor wrote to the PTA
expressing his disappointment but was
met with a shut door.”
Nightrider was established by former
Labor transport minister Alannah
MacTiernan after clubbers complained
they were having to wait several hours to
catch a taxi in Fremantle—if they could
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end.
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revamped restaurant last year
and after trying it recently I’m
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Dressed in national costume
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Life, death, living and
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N Woody Allen’s Midnight
In Paris, the main
protagonist suffers from
Golden Age Syndrome—the
romanticised concept of
being happier in another time
period.
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on the “working hand” of
workers generally invisible from
art in the 1930s and ‘40s.
His bleak, dark, gritty
drawings show miners,
constructions workers and
welders “frozen” in time.
“I like these people because
they are salt of the earth in
a way—they have got more
character,” he says, his sense of
nostalgia rearing up again.
“I’m not interested in
drawing models or pretty young
people, they are just not that
interesting to me.
“The idea that people used
to be happy with very little and
we have become so material in
every way, and even I have.”
Karnovsky works with oils
on pastel on brown paper: The
medium is challenging as the
image can’t be altered once
drawn.
He jokes his style is not too
dissimilar to the recordings of
blues players he admires.
“Once the pastel has been
drawn you can’t remix, that’s it,”
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“It’s almost like when those
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yearnings for working class
1930s and ‘40s America.
He’s also dewy-eyed about
the jazz and blues halls of the
same era.
“But the reality of being an
African-American in the 1940s
wasn’t a pretty image,” he says,
bursting the bubble of reverie.
“Even being poor and white
at the time would’ve been a hard
life.
“But I love they way the
people looked—although they
worked incredibly hard, they
didn’t act as though they were
hard done by. It was just life,
death, living and everything in
between.
“I always listen to jazz
and blues players like Robert
Johnson, Booker White and John
Lee Hooker when I draw. I love
listening to the stories they tell.”
Almost all of Karnovsky’s
sketches are drawn from
photographs taken around
the Depression era, including
hundreds of snaps taken of
Dust Bowl refugees fleeing their
worthless homes after a decade
of drought and erosion, many
taken by Library of Congress
folklorist Alan Lomax.
“America actually paid for
these photographers to go out
and capture what was a dying
America, which it really was,”
Karnovsky says.
“Just the way the eyes look
when they looked into the
camera, because the camera
would’ve been new to all of
them as well.
“The way their clothes fold
over them and even their hands
and feet.”
His show Lightduress, which
runs at EHDO Gallery in White
Gum Valley from July 5, looks
at unmasking the working men
and women of that era.
Karnovsky focuses his work
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song Kookaburra Sits
in the Tall Gum Tree
ran through my mind as I
crossed the huge swathe of
grass fronting this Stoneham
Road, Attadale home.
A soaring ghost gum taking
pride of place in the lawn is big
enough to house a riot of the
feathered clowns (collective
nouns are often incongruous,
but in the case of the laughing
kookaburra it’s a perfect
description).
When the vendors moved
into this four-bedroom home
the tree was looking unwell so a
tree surgeon was called in.
That had neighbours rushing
over for assurances it wasn’t
being cut down.
1012sqm
A look at the garden of this
1012sqm block is enough to
know that was never going
to be the case: This is a home
where everything green and
leafy is loved.
And what better place to sit
back and enjoy the green and
pleasant view across tree tops
and river glimpses to the Perth
skyline, than the huge elevated
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AT
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balcony running along the
length of this classic ‘60s home,
with its great skillion roof line.
When the weather’s nippy,
with sunshine spilling in with
joyful abandon, the huge open
formal lounge/dining area
offers the same views, but
warmer.
Floor-to-ceiling glass, a halftimber dado and golden timber
floors make lovely space both
elegant and cosy.
But come summer you’d
barely get me off the balcony—
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$435,000
MEWS ROAD
APARTMENT WITH VIEWS
2 bedrooms 2 levels serviced apartment for cash or
superannuation buyers. Property for sale is unit 40 but
it is leased until end of April. Mirror image one will be
opened as above. Contracts with Quest apartments ends
December 2014.
40/43 Mews Road
Rachel Meyer
Open Saturday 12.30-1.00
0428 916 651
unless for a refreshing plunge in
the pool in the back garden.
I fell in love with the
benchtops in the long, galley
style kitchen, which connects
the formal living areas with the
informal ones.
The tops are a new take on
terrazzo, with gorgeous flecks
of polished glass, mostly red/
browns and off-white, but if
you look carefully you’ll find
the occasional emerald green,
flashing like a twinkling star.
The informal living spaces
have banks of glass onto the rear
garden and pool, where careful
and prolific planting ensures
plenty of privacy for midnight
nicky dipping.
Subject to
Finance
A
n educated guess would reasonably
predict that about nine out of ten
offers to purchase real property would
be subject to the buyer obtaining the money
needed to affect settlement from a third party;
usually a bank.
REIWA’s standard “Contract for the Sale
of Land by Offer and Acceptance” document
dedicates a lengthy portion to the Finance
condition for those seeking to make their offer
to buy subject to obtaining a loan. The clause is
detailed and generally aims to achieve fairness
for both buyer and seller although both buyers
and sellers ought to read and understand their
responsibilities under the clause and exercise
particular care in the event a party forms the
view that finance has been declined.
“the risks of accepting
such offers ought to
be highlighted”
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fencing and easy care water wise gardens ideal for the kids
or pets. There is timber decking and a large lock up carport
to the rear. All up a well renovated city home in a top location
with great rental potential. Register for a viewing now.
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Frank Sander
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$425,000
Great 2 bedroom ground fl oor apartment in a quiet spot
in this well looked after complex. It comes with carport,
spacious private courtyard and garden shed. The unit
has been upgraded with gas hot water and cooking, Gas
point, reverse cycle air-con and a large build-in wardrobe
to the main bedroom. The property is available now.
Come and inspect today!
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Open Saturday at 12-1
0411 1234 77
9430 9430
In short, the onus is on the buyer to bone
fide use “best endeavours” in making their
application for the loan. The buyer must
immediately make an application for the loan to
a lender and provide all requested information
from that lender in order to accurately assess
the buyer’s application. If asked by the seller,
the buyer must provide evidence of such “good
faith” endeavours. An offer subject to finance
approval is not an offer subject to changing
your mind with a recent court case clarifying
this to be the case.
It is prudent that agents, when acting for
sellers, question any application for finance
that is rejected and ensure that the buyer has
acted in accordance with the contract. Buyers
are sometimes affronted by such queries but
All bedrooms are double,
while the downstairs one is a
huge space with its own entry,
making it perfect for a teenage
(or 20s something) pad.
Stoneham Road is a great
location with plenty of shops
and cafes not too far away.
Santa Maria College is close
enough for the kids to walk to
school, and the foreshore is a
great place to walk the dog.
50 Stoneham Road, Attadale
$1.795 million
Dean Bennetts
0449 876 005
Matthew Podesta
0408 950 039
Mont Property
9364 6668
By HAYDEN GROVES
Chairman REIWA
Fremantle Branch
not, for example, providing the Lender proof
of income in order to ensure failure of the loan
application ought to result in the surrender of
the Buyer’s deposit.
It is heart-breaking for sellers often elated
over the prospect of selling their home when
accepting a “subject to finance” offer to be told
some three or four weeks’ later that the buyer’s
finance has been rejected. All that precious
marketing time will have been lost and often
the reason for the non-approval remains a
mystery.
Buyers ought to seek counsel from
their Finance Broker or bank to glean a
decent idea of their purchasing limits before
rushing in to buy. Lenders often change
their lending policies and by checking your
lending capacity beforehand, fewer contracts
fail, buyers don’t risk stretching themselves
beyond their capacity and sellers avoid some
disappointment.
Agents, too, have a role to play here.
When advising their sellers and discussing an
offer subject to a finance approval, the risks of
accepting such offers ought to be highlighted
and celebrations deferred to after the contract
becomes unconditional.
East Fremantle
North Fremantle North Fremantle 19a Allen Street
3-5 Jackson Street
25 Herbert Street
New To Market
BED 3 BATH 2 CAR 2
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• A “private retreat” nestled on a
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• Formal and informal living
• Perfect for downsizers with
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• Fantastic space and potential for
active families
• Heart of the Woodside Ward
PRICE $1.19M
• Exceptional development opportunity
• Zoned R25, 1241sqm with character
3 bedroom home
• Original fireplaces, ornate ceilings,
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• Retain existing and develop
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• Vibrant location close to transport
and cafes
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• Flexible corner block on elevated
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• 1950’s art deco, three bedroom
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• Reverse cycle air conditioning
• Single lock up garage with
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• Two west facing balconies
with stunning views
• Exceptional prospect in
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PRICE $1,365,000
INSPECT
Sat 1 - 1.40
CONTACT
Todd Grierson
[email protected]
m 0417 881 772
t 9339 1006
INSPECT
Sat 1.30 - 2
CONTACT
Nathan Hewitt
[email protected]
m 0411 695 313
t 9339 1006
Bicton
North Fremantle Melville 13/11 Point Walter Road
10/98 Stirling Highway
13 Shelshaw Street
INSPECT
Sat 11.30 - 12
CONTACT
Nathan Hewitt
[email protected]
m 0411 695 313
t 9339 1006
New To Market
BED 2 BATH 1 CAR 1
New Listing!
BED 3 BATH 2 CAR 2
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BED 3 BATH 1 CAR 2
•
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PRICE $435,000
• Small complex of quality
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• Tucked behind heritage
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• Entertain in style with fantastic
north facing outdoor courtyard
• Spacious open plan interior
• Close to shops, transport
and trendy cafes
• Invest in a quality piece of
North Freo real estate!
PRICE $689 - $729,000
• Entertainer’s delight with
multiple outdoor areas
• Sought after pocket in Melville
close to all amens
• Elevated position with
pleasant outlook
• Modern open plan
kitchen/dining area
• Character features with polished
wooden floors throughout
• Move straight in with nothing to do!
PRICE From $695,000
Vibrant well located villa
Modern new kitchen and bathroom
Fresh paint and floor coverings
Fastidiously maintained strata
group
• Affordable entry point buying with
secure investment potential
INSPECT
Sat 12 - 12.40
CONTACT
Todd Grierson
[email protected]
m 0417 881 772
t 9339 1006
INSPECT
Sat 2.15 - 2.45
CONTACT
Nathan Hewitt
[email protected]
m 0411 695 313
t 9339 1006
INSPECT
Sat 12.30 - 1
CONTACT
Nathan Hewitt
[email protected]
m 0411 695 313
t 9339 1006
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We’re a ‘people’ business, and
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That’s perhaps why over 50% of
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AT
A
HOME
JJENNY D’ANGER
A
S the huge timber
and glass double
front doors closed
behind me at this Marine
Terrace, Fremantle home,
it was as if someone had
pressed the mute button on
the telly.
The clack of my boots on
the golden-glowing timber
floors seemed an intrusion, and
instead of my usual heavyfooted gallumping I found
myself treading gently as I
checked out the downstairs
bedrooms and spacious games
room.
I assumed one of the
bedrooms was the main as it
had walk-in robes and a lovely
ensuite, but I was wrong (more
of that later).
WITH PROFESSIONAL REVIEWS, STUNNING
Banks of windows/doors
PHOTOGRAPHY
& AGENT CONTACTS.
ensure the family/games
room
is open and bright. They lead
onto a private courtyard garden
and covered patio.
There’s a swag of the latter,
But with harbour/ocean
including a pantry, and plenty
views I’m guessing anyone
of self-closing drawers.
living here would spend most
It may be a bit brisk for
of their time upstairs, in the
huge open-plan living/kitchen/ alfresco breakfast at the
moment, but come the warmer
dining area—it’s certainly
weather the lure of a spacious
where you’d be doing any
balcony running the length of
entertaining.
this home is sure to entice the
As befits a contemporary
whole family outdoors to enjoy
beach house the kitchen is a
the sunshine—and the view
sparkling, modern domain,
which sweeps across a mix of
where white caesar stone bench
fishing boats and sheds, yachts,
tops contrast with rich, darkwater police launches and
honeycomb timber cupboards.
Muted on Marine
down to the pine trees on the
Esplanade.
The real main suite is even
bigger than that downstairs,
with massive doors/windows
onto the balcony, and a
delightful ensuite with a lovely
curved, glass-brick wall around
the shower
A timber gangway off the
living area leads to a studio
apartment, with a mini-kitchen
and bathroom.
With its own entry this is
a great guest suite—or take in
paying guests to help with the
mortgage.
This close to Fremantle’s
CBD, fishing boat harbour and
all the other delights the port
city offers you won’t have any
trouble finding punters.
122 Marine Tce, Fremantle
mid-$1 million
Stefanie Dobro
0409 229 115
Caporn Young
9335 5977
Auction
FREMANTLE
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office space plus an abundance of extras including a chef designed outdoor
entertaining area and kitchen. Block size 491m2
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9335 8411 or
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www.fremantle.harcourts.com.au
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ROMANCE AND LIGHT
64 EAST STREET, EAST FREMANTLE
This elevated and extended limestone cottage, with
river and ocean views, melds old world charm with a
spacious extension just a short walk to great schools,
George St, Fremantle Arts Centre and the river.
C O M E SEE W H Y
• Elevated position, lifestyle location
• River and ocean views
• Versatile living areas
• Walk to George Street and the river
3
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FOR SALE:
VIEW:
OFFICE:
CONTACT:
NEW PRICE $1,195,000
Saturday 29 June 2013 @ 1:00pm to 1:30pm
FREMANTLE
9335 5977
STEFANIE DOBRO
0409 229 115
The particulars of this advertisement are supplied for information only and shall not be taken as a representation in any respect on the seller or their agent.
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Fremantle Herald, Saturday June 29, 2013 - Page 23
FO R SA LE
TRANQUIL VISTA
13A THURLOE STREET, BICTON
This spacious home boasts a ridge top view drenched in
Northern light. The understated façade does little to
preview what lies behind the front door. Located on one
of Bictons favourite streets this location is a delight to
live in - walk to river just a few hundred metres away.
FOR SALE:
VIEW:
OFFICE:
CONTACT:
C O M E SEE W H Y
• Beautiful Blackbutt floors
• Awesome separation, 3 living areas
• North facing and fully secure
• Sensational river and treetop vista
$1,999,000
Saturday 29 June 2013 @ 12.00 - 12.30pm
FREMANTLE
9335 5977
EMMA POWELL
0405 704 528
The particulars of this advertisement are supplied for information only and shall not be taken as a representation in any respect on the seller or their agent.
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FO R SA LE
BEAUTIFUL VICTORIAN TERRACE
121 GEORGE STREET, EAST FREMANTLE
Step back in time and be embraced by the gorgeous
features of this Victorian terrace home in the historic
George Street precinct. Offering a perfect combination
of classic architecture and easy modern living, this is a
home and an area you will fall in love with.
FOR SALE:
OFFICE:
CONTACT:
SOLD
FREMANTLE
STEFANIE DOBRO
C O M E SEE W H Y
• Gorgeous Victorian terrace home
• High ceilings and fireplace
• Light-filled, open-plan dining and living
• Walk to cafes, shops and river
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0409 229 115
The particulars of this advertisement are supplied for information only and shall not be taken as a representation in any respect on the seller or their agent.
www.capornyoung.com.au
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S E L L I NG FAST
LU X U RY B E AC H S I D E
A PA R T M E N T S
F ROM $ 4 6 5 , 0 0 0
In the heart of South Beach lies Soul: 30 luxury apartments
connected to the ribbon of green that runs through the
core of the community—from Soul to the Indian Ocean.
Sales Office:
Barrow Crescent,
South Fremantle
From 1 bedroom two storey apartments to the three and four bedroom premium offerings,
Soul offers a contemporary design and fit-out that does justice to its beachside location within
the award winning South Beach estate.
Open: Sat & Sun
1pm-3pm or by
appointment
Whether you feel like strolling, running, swimming or cycling, everything is close by.
Soul is a secure development: a launchpad for vibrant living in the hub of the community,
yet perfect to lock-up and leave!
soulsouthbeach.com.au
Matthew Smith
0430 766 360
9463 7283
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A C TO N
PROJECTS DIVISION
FREMANTLE
Glenn O’Connor-Smith
0413 545 044
9319 3022
Brad Raynor
0414 425 338
9319 3022
MARK BROPHY
estate agent
9335 9800
SOUTH FREMANTLE
OFFERS OVER $699,000
FREMANTLE
$675,000
Completely renovated double
storey 90’s Kensington Design
home. 2 bedrooms with high
vaulted ceilings, 2 bathrooms, large
lounge, new kitchen with plenty
of cupboard space, stainless steel
appliances and glass splashback.
Bi-fold doors lead to covered
alfresco and garden. 2 car parking.
Tucked away end townhouse,
secluded position. Big modern
with open space next door. 3-4
bedrooms 2 ½ bathrooms, north
facing courtyard. Fabulous chef’s
kitchen, quality fixtures & fittings
throughout. Double garage. Great
location in the old Licensing Centre
near Gibson Park.
179A HAMPTON ROAD
OPEN SAT 11.00-11.45AM
Frank Fleming 0400 771 479
9/148 FORREST STREET
OPEN BY APPOINTMENT
Denise Muir 0419 932 302
FREMANTLE
FREMANTLE
$745,000
$765,000
Classic tuck point brick, limestone
& iron 2 bedroom home with
spacious light filled lounge and
kitchen/dining. Airconditioned
throughout with separate studio
or bedroom. Good off street
parking. Walk to town.
City Side. Circa 1910
weatherboard semi. Renovated
kitchen & bathroom. Great open
plan living. French doors to lovely
back deck & garden. ROW at
rear. Elevated position opposite
Fremantle Primary with Galati’s &
Wray Ave just down the road.
21 STEVENS STREET
OPEN SAT 2.15-3.00PM
Frank Fleming 0400 771 479
5 STEVENS STREET
OPEN BY APPOINTMENT
Denise Muir 0419 932 302
FREMANTLE
BEACONSFIELD
$849,000
$749,000
Completely refurbished 3 bed
home, wide hallway, generous
sized lounge room. Well
equipped kitchen, stainless steel
appliances, stone bench tops,
heaps of storage. Bedrooms
have new carpets, blinds & BIRs.
Front garden with private deck.
Parking for two vehicles.
Original, beautifully maintained
timber framed 1950’s 3 bed
home. Sensational, elevated
position, ocean view from front
verandah. Great 350m2 corner
block with garaging from Trafford
Street.
13 STEVENS STREET
OPEN SAT 1.15-2.00PM
Frank Fleming 0400 771 479
3 HOLLAND
STREET
20
MARTHA STREET
OPEN SAT 12.15-1.00PM
Frank Fleming
Fleming 0400
0400 771
771 479
479
Frank
BEACONSFIELD
$795,000
BEACONSFIELD FROM $849,000
Beaut 60’s brick & tile home. On
the crest of the hill with potential
ocean views from 2nd level.
2-3 bedrooms 809sqm block
possibility of subdivision with split
code R20/R25. Top spot in Beacy.
Close to shops & schools.
Private, peaceful and secure.
Spacious, free fl owing home
features beautiful natural
materials and finishes. Northern
aspect to lush gardens. 4
bedrooms, 2 living areas, large
stone studio. Excellent parking
off rear lane. Tucked away
in Beaconsfield close to all
amenities.
76 YORK STREET
OPEN BY APPOINTMENT
Denise Muir 0419 932 302
10A MONTGOMERY STREET
OPEN SAT 12.15-1.00PM
Gail Jenkins 0412 106 959
BEACONSFIELD MID $800,000’S
WHITE GUM VALLEY
FROM $215,000-$230,000
High along the Beaconsfield
Ridge. Stylish, modern 2 level
home built to exacting standards.
Wonderful ocean outlook. Great
entertainer. Easy care grounds.
Luxurious lifestyle! Suits singles
and couples. Includes lock-up
garage.
12 AGNES STREET
OPEN SAT 12.00-12.45PM
Mark Brophy 0403 382 555.
WHITE GUM VALLEY $638,000
Elevated timber framed cottage
in brilliant White Gum valley
location right near Fremantle
Golf Club and Parks. A beautifully
presented 3 bedroom home or
two plus a study with separate
lounge, dining and beautiful
jarrah fl oors, high ceilings and very
large and usable front verandah.
2 YALGOO AVENUE
OPEN SAT 1.30-2.15PM
Mark Brophy 0403 382 555
The Fremantle Specialists
Take your pick! One under offer,
four still available. Strata Titled
bedsits of approximately 40m2.
Quiet secluded small complex.
Great spot – good fit for FIFO’s !
1-5/29 TRUSTING LANE
OPEN BY APPOINTMENT
Denise Muir 0419 932 302
SALES WITHOUT SIGNS...
Should a silent sale without billboards or Home Opens
appeal to you – call any of us to discuss this highly
successful method of sale…
Mark Brophy 0403 382 555
Denise Muir 0419 932 302
Gail Jenkins 0412 106 959
Frank Fleming 0400 771 479
OFFICE 9335 9800
3/257 SOUTH TERRACE, SOUTH FREMANTLE
www.markbrophy.com.au
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only do the best quality work - no
short cuts, then clean up after
the job & leave you with a smile.
If you’re not happy at the end
you’ll receive $50 cash, on me.
B.J. ELECTRICAL
EC006559
SOUTH OF
RIVER SPECIALIST
All types of Electrical work
Phone, Data &
Computer points
Competitive Rates
Lic: EC 005661
Security Lic: 13291
Specialising in:
Industrial - Commercial
and Domestic Installation,
Maintenance and Breakdown.
• H.W.S Changeovers
• Ovens & cooktops
• RCD’s & Smoke Alarms
Specialising in
Switchboard Upgrades
24 HOUR EMERGENCY
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0419 955 156
ALL ELECTRICAL WORK
NO CALL OUT
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ALLBITS
ELECTRICAL
• Domestic • Commercial
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Industrial
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• Professional Technicians
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Phone Peter
24 HOUR
EMERGENCY SERVICE
P & A Hughes & Son
0418 942 821 a/h 9332 4026
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0449 160 105
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0416 740 668
electrical services.
F.J.P
Richard Rendell
owner/operator
Same Day Service
24 hr emergency repairs
7 days a week
We repair all brands
of garage doors & motors
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We offer a fully equipped
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Phone: 9495 2965
Fax: 9495 2964
email: [email protected]
FREE MEASURE & QUOTE
TANLYN
FENCING
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0418 606 673
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~ maintenance
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0401 753 812
Quality
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• small tree lopping
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• native plantings
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Call our friendly team now for
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Call Jason on 0417 954 745
Email: [email protected]
0404 359 799
[email protected]
Phone 9430 7727 Fax 9430 7726
(Pensioner Discount/Insured)
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Toni 0419 902 841
Accent
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A1 Total
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Contact Doug
0407 443 925
F&W Solutions
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All Building Repairs
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Eric 0418 383 619
Shane 0411 838 521
[email protected]
0414 800 695
GLASS SERVICING
ALL AREAS
S&G GLASS
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For a free quote and friendly
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ROD’S
TOTAL HOME
MAINTENANCE
& REPAIRS
NOTHING
TOO SMALL
0413 545 595
A/H 9339 8069
FIX
IT
Handyman
0411 142 955
FA C T O RY
D I R E C T
All Hours
Services
6/153 Rockingham Road, H/Hill
Home & Outdoor
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Call Michael
• 24 Hour Emergency Repairs
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Made to Measure & Repairs to:
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• Patio Enclosures
• Flyscreens/Security Screens
• Shower Screens/Mirrors
0409 427 724
[email protected]
The Cottage
Handyman
21 Roper St, O’Connor
9331 1499
All your Power & Lighting Needs
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• Additions
• Property Maintenance
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• Emergencies
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www.sos-services.com.au
Call Alistair
FREE MEASURE & QUOTE
EC 008887
U
9433 1077
U
0401 873 861
Aluminium Slat (wood
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We do all insurance
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A FOX
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U
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plant advice - design
9430 7727
DIY GATES OR WE INSTALL
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Dingo
U
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removal
U
PREPARE YOUR GARDEN FOR WINTER
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phone today on
we care for your garden
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U
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Horti-Couture
Garden Designs
LOWEST
PRICE
IN WA
Nick Bozikovic
U
Supply & Install
[email protected]
Lic: EC008038
FREE Roof
Inspection
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Let the pros bring your
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0409 835 723
0451 053 230
[email protected]
It’s Gardening season!
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Call Lorraine on
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Call Mike
GARDEN DESIGN &
MAINTENANCE
0415 913 274
pool fencing, sliding gates,
automated & manual gates,
security fencing, colorbond,
powder coating.
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No job too small.
All types of electrical
work including:
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• smoke alarms
• safety switches
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wiring etc
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INSTALLATIONS
email: [email protected]
www.cbfencing.com.au
Call Clint for free measure & quote
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Electrical
For fast & reliable
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[email protected]
BRUCE
LIMELIGHT
ELECTRIX
PTY LTD
EC 1176
0451 048 552
6262 9046
EC9067
BOBCAT &
TRUCK SERVICE
0408 099 208
• safety switches & smoke alarms
• LED lights, fans, power points
• security sensor lighting
• re-wires & safety certificates
• quality workmanship guaranteed
24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE
EARTHMOVING
Call David
TESTIMONIALS
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“I am happy to recommend “My
Sparkie.” He is honest & reliable.
Thelma - Attadale
“Prompt & helpful - Especially for
a small job.” Gwen - Hammy Hill
Licensed Contractor EC8007
Electrics
BACK
BICTON
Your Local Electrician
For All Electrical
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GUTTER CLEANING
GARDENING
GARAGE DOORS
of
Dave 0406 45 88 45
Fremantle
eco-Electrics
9430 7727 0419 943 046
services
9430 7727
0411 88 99 22
ELECTRICAL
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Bobcat
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To find out how
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weeks for the cost
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Herald today on
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Soil, Sand & Limestone
Deliveries
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0422 075 759
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0447 177 115
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general repairs & garden work
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• gyprocking • recladding
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Fremantle Herald, Saturday June 29, 2013 - Page 31
KITCHENS
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FLAT PACK
KITCHENS
Paradise
LIMESTONE
Ikea & Other ‘Flatpack‛
Specialist.
Kitchen, Laundry, Wardrobes
& Benchtop Installation.
Ron Liebrand
0418 695 235
Meg Liebrand
0438 068 257
P/F: 9437 3344
[email protected]
No Job Too Small
• Water Features
• Feature limestone walls & letterboxes
• Retaining Walls
• Excavation & Bobcat Services
• Soakwell Installations
• Limestone Garden Edging
• Colorbond Fencing
• Slate Clattering • Stump Grinding
Neat & Professional Workmanship
FOR FREE QUOTES CALL AARON
0401 203 121
PAINTING
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0457 591 143
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0427 479 654
PRN. 4976
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9433 3777
Touchstone
Landscaping
Painting & Decorating
No job too
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ALL PAVING
Call David
0424 175 568
Free Quotes
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Bryan Mahony
0421 826 556
[email protected]
A/H 9499 4097
LOCKSMITH
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EVERYTHING PEST
SOLVED FIRST TIME
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
plumbing & gas
NO CALL OUT FEE
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• Leaking Taps
• Blocked Drains,
Toilets & Pipes
• Annoying & Noisy
Water Hammer
• Anodes
• Taps, Pans & Cistern
• Water Filters
• Gas Bayonets
• Water Saving Devices
Landscape Constructions
• Paving • Decking
• Synthetic / Instant Lawns
• Retaining • Retic
• Fences • Water features
• Garden Design & Install
all locks repaired,
replaced or unlocked
• commercial
• domestic
• auto • safes
Covering all aspects of landscaping
Quality construction and Design
22 years Exp / Cert Hort
Quality Security Guaranteed
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0402 326 468
Phone Craig
Aged pensioner discount
Call Michael
PAINTING
Landscape Construction
Complete landscape
packages including:
• design • paving • limestone
• planting • retic • turf • lighting
Reliable prompt service
Quality work at competitive prices.
Matt 0433
005 825
www.takeitoutside.net.au
[email protected]
Matthew’s
Painting Services
Reasonable prices.
Good discounts
for pensioners.
Work guaranteed.
FREE QUOTES
25 YEARS EXPERIENCE
FREE QUOTE & PH TEST
CALL PAUL # 0429 190 443
0434 493 537
Lawn Mowing
Vertimowing
Garden Cleanups
Gutter Cleaning
Tree/Shrub Pruning
Palms Defronded
FREE QUOTATION
Phone Stuart
0414 570 795
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To find out how
you can get 8
weeks for the cost
of 6 phone the
Herald today on
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DULUX ACCREDITED
PAINTING
CONTRACTORS
• internal/external
• tradesmen only
• local resident
• registered painter 2542
• senior discounts
John Cole 9310 3660
0412 198 966
john.cole[email protected]
R&H Painters
& Decorators
25 Years Experience
Painting &
Renovations
Registered trades person.
David Lowe
Crack repair specialist
Father & Son team
Minor plastering
Interior/Exterior
Pensioner discounts
We will beat any reasonable
quote Reg. 5396
0412 141 752
9354 9980
[email protected]
0401 747 368
9382 1463
LAWN MOWING
T’S MOWING
STUAR
0418 953 149
RN: 7318
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DECKING • LIMESTONE
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CONCRETE • LAWNS
ALFRESCO • PLANTING
RETICULATION
WATER FEATURES
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requirements.
Phone Bob for a
FREE QUOTE.
Same day emergency service
0405 088 190
or 9437 4688
Riverside
Plumbing
& Gas
Fox
PAVING
PROMPT FRIENDLY
SERVICE
Mobile: 0421 981 528
PL: 6901 GF: 8742
SENSIBLE PRICES.
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T. DICARLO
PLASTERERS
All plumbing
fixed & no
call out fee
• Hot Water Systems
• Blocked Drains
• Burst Pipes
• Toilet & Cisterns
• Leaking Taps
• Gas Installations
0437 904 948
PL7680
No call out fee!
GF 13358
• New Homes
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PLASTER PLUS
• Interior & Exterior, All Aspects
• Friendly & Helpful Service
• Ceiling & Walls
• No Job Too Big or Too Small
• Free Quotes
JAMES
0450 445 042
colourific
P
ESTABLISHED 1930
Service &
Installation
of all
Plumbing & Gas
Appliances.
painting
contractors
Established 1984 Reg # 3284
Accredited Dulux Painter
Hot Water System
Specialists
1300 309 990
A/H 9337 2059
PL 704 GF 1930
29 Wood Street, Fremantle
Proud employer of
an apprentice.
Phone Bruce
0418 928 456
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Call Stewart
0417 170 282 :-6,-:>)<176;
[email protected]
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www.colourificpainting.com.au
LET US
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Over 25 Years of Experience
0415 940 607
Ph/Fax 9434 6405
[email protected]
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FREE QUOTES
Contact Wayne
0407 864 984
Phone 9430 7727 Fax 9430 7726
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A reliable service
for all your
plumbing & gas work.
To advertise
phone today on
9430 7727
Call Alex Barry for
prompt reliable service
0411 452 742
PL7158 GF9661
PL7409 GL7917
Perth Exit Plumbing
Helping Locals &
Helping the Environment
All Plumbing Services
Plumbing Renovations
Hot Water Systems
Servicing Taps or Replace
Blocked Drains
Toilet Systems
No Call Out Fee
Ring Steve
PLUMBING &
GAS ISSUES?
All at competitive prices
24 hours emergency work
10% discount for pensions
0422 673 766
Property
Plumbing
& Gas
Pty Ltd
9330 4312 or 0406 352 020
PL 7515 GF 013344
Sewer Conversion.
Sewer Junction Cut-in.
H.W.S. Repair & Install
24 Hour Emergency H.W.
TERRY’S
REMOVALS
$105
per hour+ GST
GET 2
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To find out how
you can get 8
weeks for the cost
of 6 phone the
Herald today on
WE SUPPLY
& INSTALL
9430 6553
16 Essex St, Fremantle
www.roofandwalldoc.com.au
WorkSafe Asbestos Demolition Lic
Builders Registration Number 13172
RETICULATION
A QUALITY
RETICULATION
SERVICES
WINTER SPECIALS
New Installations,
Add-Ons, Services
& Repairs Including
Replacing Control Boxes,
Solanoids etc.
Tony 0415 175 009
[email protected]
www.dhmplumbing.com.au
PL 7883 - GL 012815 - EW 150987
ABN 54218337759
Payments by EFTPOS, CASH, EFT & Major Credit Cards
• Ridgecapping
Specialists
• Gutters & Downpipes
• Leaks/Reroofing
• Install Gutter Guard
& Whirly Birds
• All types of roof
maintenance
Leon 0403 184 723
[email protected]
• gutters
• downpipes
• roof leaks
• asbestos removal
• reroofing
All work guaranteed
Fully Qualified Tradesmen Only
Ron: 0403 842 218
Matthew: 0447 967 968
Fax: 9434 6221
Email: [email protected]
Call now for prompt &
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0414 097 538
ROOF PLUMBING
ROOF PLUMBING &
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Gutters, extra downpipes,
wider valleys, roofs,
driveways hp cleaned
• Ridgecaps repointed
• Broken Tiles Replaced
Fast service, Free quotes,
all work guaranteed
ROOF
CARPENTER
All aspects of Carpentry
• pergolas
• second story additions
•extentions
• re-roofing
Dean
0413 057 979
CALL PHIL
0427 502 214
ROOF REPAIRS
Let us solve your
problems...
DHM Plumbing
& Gas Services
• Hot water units installed,
serviced & maintained
• All types of taps serviced & installed
• Water & gas leaks rectified
• Drains unblocked
• Toilet pans, cisterns serviced
& installed
• Alterations & renovations
SAME
T
• Solar hot water units
DAY HO
serviced & maintained WATER!
• Back flow prevention devices
serviced & installed
• Resonable call outs & hourly rates
• All work guaranteed
• Police clearance
• Friendly, courteous
& we keep all appointments
• Payment on completion
Cockburn
Roofing
Service
ALL WORK
GUARANTEED
9430 7727
PL7971 GF015728
All Class
Plumbing
and Gas
For all your Paving Needs
• New Repairs
• Extensions of Paving
• Soakwells and Lawns
• Artificial Lawn
• hot water systems
• blocked drains
• leaking toilets
• gas appliances
• leaking taps • burst pipes
Clean, Tidy,
Courteous with Quality
Work Guaranteed
0401 939 332
Paving &
General Works
IF WE CAN’T FIX
IT WE DON’T
CHARGE YOU!
10% PENSIONER DISCOUNT
All types of plastering,
small or large jobs.
0418 902 246
• Since 1989
• Police Cleared
• All Work Guaranteed
Phone Christian
Established 1970
Call Tom 9339 2562
Local, Honest
and Reliable
0412 137 747
SOUTHSIDE
PLUMBING
OTHERWISE THE WORK IS ILLEGAL
WE REMOVE & DISPOSE OF:
Old Tiles Iron Asbestos
Colorbond, Zincalume
Skylights, Whirly Birds
Insulation, Gutters
Tile Roof Restoration
0458 872 333
PLUMBING
GASFITTING
Maintenance Specialist in:
• Hot Water Installs + Service
• All Gas Appliances + Bayonets
• Blocked Drains • Burst Pipes
• Renovations • Retic Cut Ins
• Insurance + Emergency Work
If your re-roof is more than
$20,000 (inc GST) your re-roofing
Company must be a Registered
Building Company. This means
Licenced with The Builders
Registration Board.
2 Men - Large Truck
20 yrs experience
PL: 7916 GF: 014502
For a clean reliable job at
Call Robin
9339 5671
Mobile
0413 480 425
0458 883 333
www.cockburnremovals.com.au
All work guaranteed
Fully insured - No call out fee
GAS 10208 PL 6703
PLASTERER
OVER 20 YEARS
LOCAL EXPERIENCE
Short notice moves.
Free Transit Insurance.
Phone
Hot Water Systems
Blocked Drains • Burst Pipes
Flick Mixers • Toilets
Gas Installations & Repairs
Taps • Kitchens
Bathrooms & Renovations
PLASTERING
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• planting schemes
trades&services
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FRANK’S
ROOFING
FLEXI CEMENT
FFR
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• Gutter & Downpipes
• Pensioner discounts
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9337 1601 24 Hours
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• Tile & Tin
• Re-Roofing & Asbestos
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• Free Quotes &
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SOAKWELLS
TREE SERVICES
trades&services
TREE SERVICES
SOAKWELLS OWEN’S TREE
Specialised Outdoor Services
All Roof
Replacements &
Maintenance
We service Govt. schools
in Roof Works.
9433 1077
www.sos-services.com.au
All aspects of Drainage &
Stormwater Management
Downpipes, Driveways,
Spoon Drains, etc.
We also repair existing
soakwells and brickpaving.
For advice and
recommendations call Deane
0418 906 735
www.pavedrain.com.au
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SERVICE
East Fremantle 32
Est. East Frem. 1982
Fully Insured
Pensioner discounts
Free quote
Call your local contractor
Owen Ritson
9339 6645
0421 118 704
(Pensioner Discount)
Building Licence # 13954
TILING
AAA Acton
Roofing
• ALL ROOF REPAIRS & LEAKS
Tile/Tin/Asbestos
• GUTTERS & DOWNPIPES
Clean/Repair/Replace
• ROOF COATING & CLEANING
• SKYLIGHTS/ROOF VENTS
DIRECT IMPORT & LAY
Free Quotes
Pensioner Discounts
• Good price, High Quality
• Package offers available
Liam 0412
830 775
• Wall & Floor Tiling
• New & Renovations
Tiler
Direct
Client
(Main Floor & Bathroom)
M: 0421 439 229 T: 9414 1112
1/435 Yangebup Rd, Cockburn Central
ALL PALMS & TREES
PRUNED, SHAPED OR
North Fremantle 31C
North Fremantle 30
North Fremantle 29
North Fremantle 31
Beaconsfield 47
Beaconsfield 43A
Samson 80B
Beaconsfield 42A
Samson 80A
Samson 80
REMOVED
• Discount Stump Grinding
• Cheap Mulch Sales
• Pensioner Discounts
• Western Power Licensed
FULLY EQUIPPED, INSURED
& EXPERIENCED
FREE QUOTES & ADVICE
1800 509 804
Nigel Williams
0416 356 359
RUBBISH REMOVAL
SERVICE WITH A SMILE
Ring
a Bin
2,3 & 4m bins.
All bins with ramps.
Friendly local
owner/operator.
Phone Leo.
Pay by Cards, Cash or EFT
9314 1222
0418 940 121
Shower
Shower
Regrouting
Regrouting
STOP WATER LEAKING
THROUGH WALLS USING
RESISTANT ADDITIVES.
PHONE TREVOR OR
EUNICE ROSS
9364 6352
6352
0419 915 459
Established
since 1986
1986
Estabished since
We Load Our Trailer
We Take It Away
You Relax
CHEAPER
THAN A SKIP BIN
Call Matt
0402 641 748
RUG CLEANING
Rug Cleaning
PRESSUREVAC PTY LTD
Normal
from $15 per m2
Persian
from $20 per m2
Silk Persian
from $30 per m2
OTHER SERVICES
• Cleaning Fringes
(hand washed)
• Deodorising
• Pick up &
delivery (extra)
25 years experience
Open Sat only
8am -12noon
26 Murphy Street
O’Connor
0499 774 652
E.X.P
Tiliing Servvicees
• Commercial/Luxury Housing
• All Types Wall/Floor Tiling
• Porcelain, Ceramic, Stone,
Timber Tiles, Travertine
• Decorative/Intricate
Styles & Designs AW
ARD
INNER
• Full Bathroom WIN
Renovation
• Tile Removal Specialists
• Specialists in rectified and
non-rectified types of tiles
• Package Deals on Supply
& Fix
Repairs to all sewing
machines and
overlockers.
SINGER PFAFF
Since 1851
Since 1862
Ph 9335 6113
58 Adelaide St,
Fremantle
THE “TREE GP”
NOW AVAILABLE FOR
TREE SURGERY
Foxys
Treelopping
& STUMP GRINDING
FREE QUOTES • FULLY INSURED
JEFF TILING
DANGEROUS TREES OR
ANNOYING STUMPS REMOVED
SAFELY AND PROMPTLY.
TREES TRIMMED & SHAPED.
• Yard Clean-ups
and Junk Removal
• Gutter Cleaning
9433 4156
0407 473 626
RISING DAMP
FRETTING MORTAR
TUCKPOINTING
OLD RENDER REMOVED
LIMESTONE REPOINTED
HERITAGE RESTORATION
9430
6553
23 Years Experience
WASHER & DRYER
A1 WASHER
REPAIRS
• Repairs to most makes of
washer & dryers
• In home repairs
• 12 months guarantee
• Senior citizen’s discounts
SEC Lic.
www.abtrees.com.au
• Family owned & operated
• Fully qualified
• Fully insured
• All aspects of tree work
• Free quotes
• Mulch sales
Andrew 0411 051 272
Ben 0424 150 899
Floor and Wall
CERAMIC &
PORCELAIN
New House &
Renovations
FREE QUOTES
ROOF & WALL
DOCTOR
BRICK
&
BRICK &
LIMESTONE
LIMESTONE
Builders Registration Number 13172
Call (Frree Quo
otees)
Offi
ffice - P/ F: (088) 616
61 0706
[email protected]
@hotmaaill.com
@hot
m
WALLS
Kent
Micck
ck: 04422
2 0886 6771
Tom: 04437 9772 698
Phone Ben
0409 088 832
WINDOW CLEANING
AVANTI
WINDOW CLEANING
RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL
When You Need Your Trees
Trimmed, Pruned, Shaped
or Removed - Call:
0422 095 481
Fully Insured
Police Clearance
Reliable & Efficient
Attention to Detail
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Alex Doran
[email protected]
We Do It All - Then We Clean Up
SEWING MACHINES
Port Sewing
Centre
Stump Grinding
• over 25 yrs exp
• fully insured
• free quotes & advice
• removal or verge pick-up
“Service is our Motto”
0411 284 833
ALL SUBURBS
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
KENT’S TREE
SERVICE
0414 797 712
No Mess Guaranteed!
GET MORE
VALUE FOR YOUR
DOLLAR
0415 900 932
www.thetreefirm.com.au
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NOTICEBOARD
WHAT’S ON • CLASSES • ACTIVITIES • SPIRITUAL SERVICES • SUPPORT GROUPS
ACAPPELLA PRAISE, A CHRISTIAN SINGING
GROUP, ARE LOOKING FOR A GOOD
READING SOPRANO TO LEAD THE SECTION.
This singing group celebrates 25 years in action and
has travelled overseas several times. Please call Barry
on 9310 3716 0414 433 807. Thanks Barry Goddard
Acappella PraiseMD
AIKIDO Wed’s 7.30 - 9.00pm Sat’s 9 -10.30am @
Fremantle PCYC, 32a Paget St Hilton. Info: Web:
www.aikidowa.org David 0428 536 835
ARAFMI, Mental health carer group, will be
presenting its SMILES program for young carers,
two sessions each of 2 days, on July 9 & 10 and July
16 & 17 at Arafmi’s Perth head office, 182 Lord Street.
These free workshops are for children aged 8-12 with a
family member with a mental illness. SMILES is designed
to increase coping skills/knowledge of mental illness,
reduce feelings of isolation, increase self-esteem/coping
skills & develop a new freedom for self expression.
This is achieved through artwork, music, peer support,
interactive exercises, games & problem solving. Details
from Arafmi’s Youth Service Staff on 9427 7100
ASKING FOR YOUR HELP! A Passport and 3
portable Hard Drives containing very important
and personal files were stolen from a Simons St home
in Coolbellup between 16/06/2013 and 19/06/2013.
Specifications: G-Raid 4TB HD with a label reading
CHAPARRITO, Orange Lacie 1TB HD, Silver Seagate
1TB HD and Passport Number G10754105. Please
contact me, Yoame Escamilla del Arenal, on [email protected]
hotmail.com or 0431 930 531 with any information.
Reward Offered
AWESOME LATIN COURSE. School Holiday
Special. This school holidays learn to dance Salsa,
Tango & Swing/Jive. 3 hours over 2 weeks. Dynamic
teaching methods boot camp style. $30 singles. $50
Couples (dance with partner). O’Connor 30 Stockdale
Rd. Tuesdays 7-8.30 starts July 9. Burswood Thursdays
7 - 8.30 starts July 11. Enrol now. Wayne 0414 310 823.
www.cutlersdance.com.au
CHOIR BICTON. Fun, easy. Beginners welcome.
Mary-Ann 9316 9716
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Sundays 1011am, reading room Wednesdays 3-5pm. Where:
Cnr Canning Hwy and East St, Fremantle. Also Radio
Fremantle 107.9FM Tuesdays 1-2pm. Enquiries Phone
9335 2648
DANCING ENJOY NEW VOGUE, Ballroom,
Latin, Every Tuesday evening 7.30 pm. Cost
$10.00 per person includes ½ hour dance lesson. At
Southern Districts Centre Cnr Archibald St and North
Lake Rd Willagee Phone: Del 0421 353 423 Email:
[email protected]
FREE BRIDGE LESSONS Learn to play this
fascinating game at The Fremantle Bridge Club
with a FREE 6-week introductory course for absolute
beginners. WHEN: 6 consecutive Saturdays July 13 17 August from 10:00 a.m – 12:00 p.m WHERE: The
Masonic Hall, Crn High St and Chalmers St, Fremantle.
For Registration & Information please contact Richard
9331 3221 or Marion 9335 7829
GYUTO MONKS OF TIBET Return from
Glastonbury Festival to spend 4 weeks in
Fremantle/Mandurah. The more you hear them, the
more you want to.... the Gyuto Monks of Tibet have
been invited back for another 2 weeks to demonstrate
their incomparable ancient tantric cultural tradition and
shower us with their love, compassion and humour from
the evening opening on July 15 then daily through to
Sunday afternoon of July 28. Fremantle Town Hall will
once again echo to the deep harmonic sounds of
their chanting in a concert performance ‘Echoes of
Enlightenment’. This year the sound of the monks
is eliciting wonder and amazement as listeners hear
female voices, whistles, layers of sound but its all in the
chanting of the monks - an experience of transformation
unlike any other. Full program/Culture for Kids www.
fremantle.wa.gov.au
JAZZ FREMANTLE Ali Bodycoat Quintet.
Sunday 30 June 4 - 7pm. Navy Club, 64 High
Street, Fremantle. Visitors: $15 Enquiries: 9330 3491.
Sponsor: HEALTHWAY - Act-Belong-Commit. www.
jazzfremantle.com.au
PORTCARE HAS RELOCATED As of Monday
20th May PortCare will be located at 372 South St
Hilton. For enquiries 9433 3901
SENIORS FITNESS CLASS Every Tuesday
10am. Atwell Community Centre, 1 Lombe Way.
For more info call 0439 698 266 or email sabrina_
[email protected]
SING SING SING Groups and individual lessons
choir. Melville and Fremantle. Beginners welcome.
Call Joanna 9339 5631
ZUMBA Gold class Saturdays 10am Hilton
Community Centre, Paget St, Hilton. $10 session.
For more info call Deb on 0405 615 966 or see www.
zumbawa.com.au
HERALD NOTICEBOARD spread the word. Write (to PO Box
85 North Fremantle, 6159), drop (at 41 Cliff St, Freo), fax (9430
7726) or email ([email protected]) but please do not phone.
Please keep your notices short and to the point (we reserve the right
to cut free notices). Deadline is noon Tuesday.
To see more
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ART & CRAFT
EXPERT SERVICES
ART Classes. Come to art
classes at the South Lake Ottey
Family Centre and develop
the Artist within; learn creative
expression with water colour,
acrylic paint, pastels and
pencils. Class offered by Phil,
who is trained and has taught
art classes for many years.
Thursdays 1pm to 3pm &
Fridays 11am to 3pm. Classes
throughout School Terms.
Phone Phil on 0412 856 267 or
Ottey Centre 94127 2372 2 A
South Lake Drive South Lake
CARPET A Cleaning,
specialising in steam injection
deep cleaning. Choice
magazine preferred method.
Quick drying. 0438 411 208
CLASSES
ART Class at beautiful west
end studio. Open class.
I will teach to your level
and interest. Beginners
welcome. Professional,
experienced teacher. WORLD’S
END STUDIO 0410 915 707
[email protected]
COMPUTERS
ALL Repairs, female expert.
Software tuition. No call out fee.
$40/hour. Glendy 9336 6707/
0422 748 738
COMPUTER Trouble Shooting.
Professional help for home/
business PCs, hardware,
software, internet network
repairs and upgrades. Virus
removal. Tim 0424 287 949
WHY Trust your computer to
any old back yard computer
person? Are you looking
for service you can trust?
Bentech Computers have
been in Fremantle for 10
years providing friendly helpful
knowledge and experience
to all our valued clients. We
can help with all of your home
and office computer needs
ranging from PC’s & Laptops
to network and broadband
setup. Can’t make it down
to us? Bentech Computers
can come to you and provide
the same level of quality &
customer service that we offer
in our shop but in the comfort
of your home or office. Whether
you’re after a new computer
or just advice on choosing an
internet provider we are always
here & happy to help. Bentech
Computers 104 Wray Ave,
Fremantle. Ph 9430 9243
EXPERT SERVICES
ACCOUNTING And taxation
services - Preparation and
lodgement of all types of income
tax returns, Business Activity
Statements, bookkeeping. Email
[email protected] or Tel:9329
9998, 1/1 North Lake Road,
Alfred Cove
ARCHITECTURAL Drafting
services. Plans for council
approval. Ivana 0405 306 727
BOOKKEEPING 22+ years
exp in bookkeeping/admin,
11+ exp with MYOB. Cert IV
Bookkeeping/Accounting,
registered BAS agent. Services:
accounts payable/receivable,
payroll, super, BAS/PAYG, bank
recon. Please call Antonella at
AV Bookkeeping 0404 842 483
or email [email protected]
com.au
BRICKLAYER 1st class. Small,
medium jobs. 9335 4715 or
0400 505 302
BRICKLAYER All types of
bricklaying, insurance work,
rusted/lintels replaced.
Pensioner rates, no job too
small, free quotes. All calls will
be attended to. Ken Jones
0419 049 362
BRICKPAVING Any size job
considered 25 yrs Exp 0402
034 348
BUILDING Inspections,
Dilapidation reports, energy
efficiency, work in progress,
design, documentation.
Archistruct Pty Ltd, Tel: 9316
0186, [email protected]
au, www.archistruct.com.au
BUILDING Renovations &
home maintenance, walls
removed, windows, kitchens,
patios, pergolas. Recycled
materials used where possible.
Ph Ray 0417 947 943
CARPENTRY and
maintenance. All aspects of
carpentry. No job too small.
Phone 0414 870 570
CARPET & Vinyl layer, repairs
& re-stretching. Call Dave 0409
666 062
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DREAM Clean now based
in East Fremantle. If you got
the mess, then come to the
best! 0487 026 963 and leave
a detailed message for me to
get back in touch with you.
Have a look at my website
www.dreamcleanfremantle.
com.au. National Crime Check
and Australian Business
Number. The charge is $30 an
hour for a professional 100%
satisfaction guaranteed good
quality job. If you are the lucky
few to get a hold of one of my
business cards you can get
ONE free hour of your next
cleaning job
CLEANER - Vicky’s Green
Clean 0401 009 518.
Enthusiastic, energetic and
reliable home and office
cleaning using environmentally
friendly products and
practices. Perfect for the eco
motivated and ideal for those
with chemical sensitivities,
asthma & allergies
CLEANER Experienced,
Domestic, Police Clearance,
Regular - one-off Ph 0401
883 377
TIME for a winter clean?
Reliable, Efficient, Pristine
results. Registered Business.
For your free quote phone Alla
Hayes 0481 307 797
CLEANER Reliable, cleaning
service, Fremantle and
surrounding areas Michelle
0427 339 253
CLEANERS Domestic
Cleaning. Regular house
cleaning. Commercial
office cleaning. Husband &
Wife operated. 0430 806 868
CLEANING Experienced
team. Police Clearance. 9335
5350 / 0422 653 584 Selam
$25 h/r
CLEANING Home
Cleaning Fast and Efficient
two women team. Reasonable
rates. Call Ariel & Kali 0449
639 646 or 0412 784 240
CURTAIN Making, Tracks,
Pelmets, Swags. Call 9498
7260
DRESSMAKING Alterations.
Babs Fashion Design. All
occasions bridal/evening wear,
school balls, casual day wear.
9437 3718
DRESSMAKING /Alterations
work. All work done by
experienced, qualified Diploma
holder. 7 days per week. Kamal
9364 4459
DRESSMAKING /Alterations,
Experienced. Hilton, Sylvie
9337 5690
ELECTRICIAN All RCD’s,
Smoke Alarms, LED Lights,
Switchboards, etc. Ph: 0404
216 333. LIC EC6386
FENCING All Types, Glass
Specialists, Free Quote 7 Days.
Call Steven 0404 177 377
FENCING Replace repair
all types fencing, gates and
welding. Amir 0401 962 511
FLOORING We install bamboo,
laminate, engineered or pre
finish. Free quotes 0415 821 898
GARDEN & RETICULATION
maintenance. All areas.
Planting, weeding, pruning,
cleanups & rubbish removal.
FREO GARDEN SERVICES Call
Damian 0437 318 304
GARDEN / Native landscape
specialist, 15 years, Fremantle
area. Plant selection, Installation
and maintenance. Servicing
Fremantle, Cockburn and
Melville areas. Combi Garden
Service. Call Shayne on 0487
589 910
GARDEN A1 Service. Regular
customers welcome. Weeding,
pruning, mulching, retic, repairs
etc. Ph Nick 0410 126 756
GARDEN and verge designs
/ makeovers. Native plants
a specialty. Maintenance weeding, pruning, planting,
mulching. Certificate IV
Horticulture. Mary-Ann 9316
9716
GARDEN Rescue service.
Landscape balancing, tree,
bush, rose pruning, shaping.
Weeding, rubbish removal full
cleanup ring Phil all hours 0417
966 277
GARDEN Titdyups, pruning
shrubs and trees, green
disposal, all aspects of
landscaping. Call horticulturalist
Sam 0431 993 152
EXPERT SERVICES
GARDENER/ HANDYMAN.
Weeding, Pruning, Retic. etc.
Cheap rates, reliable. 9418
5271
GARDENING All Aspects
of Landscape/Gardening,
new gardens, planting and
mulching, new lawns, retic,
garden maintenance, free
quotes, Adam 0417 916 198
GARDENING Occasional /
regular, yards cleaned Applex
to Freo. Pauls Gardens 0407
988 967
GATES Repair or replace. All
type gates. Pool gate, metal
and wood. Amir 0401 962 511
GUTTERS Free roof inspection
with every gutter clean 9433
1077
GUTTERS Mr Gargoyle’s
gutter and downpipe cleaning.
Ph 0431 993 152
HANDYMAN - Maintenance
Services. Phone Mike for all
your maintenance needs 0404
163 616
HANDYMAN All South
Handyman. Welding, gates,
fences, all metal work, Built/
repaired. Soakwells, paving,
painting and decking. No
job too small. Call Amir 0401
962 511
HANDYMAN Painting, home
maintenance, insect screens,
shower grouting, gardening,
gutter cleaning. Guaranteed
work, David 0415 986 016
PHIL’S Handyman Services.
For all your home maintenance
and repairs, nothing to small.
Call Phil 0427 195 577
IRONING Friendly, fast,
meticulous, reliable service.
$40 per basket. 0439 884 034
IRONING Lady, reliable,
professional service, pick up
and deliver $40 p/b 0412
907 795
IRONING Pick up & deliver.
$40 per basket 0420 766 911
IRONING Service pick up
and return Maximum 20 items
$45 Additional items $2 each.
Wash and iron service 20 items
$75. Wash only $30. PH 0439
942 994
IRONING, $40 for 20 items,
extra items $2 each, pickup
and drop off, Bicton and
surrounding areas only. Cath
9339 2989
LANDSCAPE Design
Solutions. www.edge5.com.au
LEAFLET Distribution made
easy. Call the Herald and we’ll
do the rest. Target particular
suburbs; we can handle any
size distribution. Just pick up
the phone & dial 9430 7727
and ask for Marie King
PAINTER A better service. 30+
years experience. Lindsay 9336
6707/ 0422 748 738
PAINTING Clean tidy
competitive. (reg 6964) Call
Guy 0412 554 509
PERGOLAS And decks. Free
quotes Phone Mac 0400
291 963
PLUMBING & Gas, gutters
and down pipes PL7409 GF
7917. Phone 0406 352 020 or
9330 4312
REMOVALS Small/med/large
moves. 1 or 2 men. Cheap
rates. 0438 259 978
RESUMES, DOCUMENTS,
WEB CONTENT Written, typed,
edited. Put yourself on the front
foot! Contact rEd, Accredited
Editor, for competitive
quote 0439 884 034
ROOFING All roof repairs
9433 1077
RUBBISH Removed. Large or
small loads 7 days. Ph 9457
3323 or 0419 918 928
SECRETARIAL Services,
Highly qualified and
experienced Jan 9332 6456
SEWING Cushion covers for
home, boat, van, mattresses
etc. Fabrics avail. Foam Sales
9330 1199
SEWING Machine &
Overlocker service. Free p/
up and delivery. Pension
discounts. THE SEWING
MACHINE MAN 9316 1306
SJC Carer services: Home
care for the elderly, cleaning,
babysitting, cooking,
governess/ personal assistant.
Call Selley (08)9313 8112
STONE Specialist. Limestone
walls, brick walls, rendering and
paving. NO JOB TOO SMALL.
David Murray 0413 124 480
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EXPERT SERVICES
TILE/GROUT Cleaning using
latest technology. Bring tiles
back like new! 0438 411 208
TILER Bathrooms, Floors,
Walls, Splashbacks, Repairs.
Chris 0435 157 436
TILING Specialist. Renovations,
waterproofing, leaks, bathroom,
kitchen. Friendly service. All
types of jobs welcome. Free
quote. Jeff 0403 258 621
WALL and floor tiling. All
aspects. Qualified tradesman
and quality work guaranteed.
Call John 0424 263 060
WILLS And Probate.
Experienced Solicitor. Friendly
advice. Reasonable fee.
FITZLAW 9337 3852 mob 0401
199 372 [email protected]
WINDOW Cleaning. Also
Available weekends. 2 storey
specialist. Call Jamie 0438
382 345
FOR SALE
BED Overlays. Thick premium
quality. More comfort, less
aches and pains. Foam Sales
82 Norma Rd, Booragoon
9330 1199
FOAM Cushions, mattresses
etc cut to size and covered.
Foam Sales 82 Norma Rd
Booragoon 9330 1199
HIMALAYA Brand, Family tent,
Cabin style, 8’x10’, new $130
must sell. Fremantle. 0400
978 284
PACKING Boxes from $1.85,
paper, bubble wrap, robes.
Can deliver. 9417 2000
PELMET Boxes. $15/meter
made to order, DIY cover.
Foam Sales 82 Norma Rd
Booragoon 9330 1199
HEALTH & BEAUTY
MARRIAGE
CELEBRANTS
ANNE Roberts Registered
Celebrant. Beautiful ceremonies
designed the way you want. Ph
9335 6063/0431 945 645
CAROLINA Allen CMC simple
ceremonies to suit you. Ph
0409 291 616
NORMAN W DeTracey,
registered Marriage Celebrant,
phone 08 9494 2497 or 0458
941 444. The greatest gift you
can give someone is your time
MUSICAL
GUITAR Lessons, easy going
teacher 20 yrs exp. Simple
method. I Come 2u. 0439
597 507
PIANO Tuner. Professional
tuning services offered. Regular
tuning fee $165. Call 0416
065 983
SERENATA Strings. Classical
quartet or trio for weddings,
functions or parties. Email
[email protected] Call Hans
9335 6980 evenings
PETS
CAVALIER King Charles Spaniel
Fun Day contact Cavalier Vet
Practice 9329 9200
DOG Walking and pet feeding,
quality 1on1 service, 0412 664
032 www.megansdogwalking.
com
PHOTOGRAPHY
WEDDINGS, Events,
Documentary. Contact
James: 0414 451 957. Check
website:monofreophoto.com
and jameskerrphotography.
com
PUBLIC NOTICES
OVER 50’s unique exercise
classes using the easy to
use and fun Gymsticks. First
lesson free then $10 per class.
Mondays and Thursdays
10am, Wednesdays 8pm,
Coogee. Phone Mahiya 0404
511 080
ALCOHOLICS Anonymous,
want to drink? That’s your
business. Want to stop? That’s
ours. Ring all hours 9325 3566
office, Michael 0418 904 102,
Lisa 0404 926 367
HOLIDAY
ACCOMMODATION
SHARED
ACCOMMODATION
HOLIDAY House rental near
Pemberton. Peaceful. 0417
940 261
HOUSE SITTING
PALMYRA Large furn room
in friendly & quiet 3 bedroom
home, close to shops &
transport. $190/pw incl
expenses (excludes phone)
0419 020 190
EXPERIENCED House sitting
couple seek house to sit,
references available contact
Helen 0416 019 808
Booking deadline:
12 noon Tuesdays
UP
TO
To advertise
email the Herald
[email protected]
SITUATIONS
VACANT
CAREGIVERS Needed to make
a difference in the lives of older
people. We are seeking reliable,
empathetic and compassionate
people to provide non-medical
assistance and companionship
to seniors in their own homes.
We offer flexible day, evening
and weekend hours. No
qualifications necessary, all
training provided. Experienced
and qualified staff also
welcome. Own vehicle
required. To apply please call
Home Instead Senior Care
during office hours on 6310
0400
SPORT & FITNESS
FIT Friendly Personal Training.
Qualified Personal trainer,
Personalised programs,
Nutrition advice, Weight loss
programs, Free initial consult
and fitness assessment. Quiet
gym located in Hilton. Call Matt
for enquiries 0427 908 182
TO LET
COUNSELLING or therapy
room available. Furnished with
amenities. 12 hours per week,
$140 all inclusive. Located in
East Fremantle medical hub.
Ph 0450 736 817
SECURE Storage available
5x3MT, Hamy Hill area, phone
Brian 0412 983 576
TUITION
ENGLISH Tutoring. High
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Something starts humming in your heart
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emotion. Your perfectionist streak is never intended
to be an end in itself. It is just there to set up the
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