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Ainslie Robinson

A Friend of Fremantle

A certain amount of recent notoriety has surrounded the figure of Mary Ann Friend (captain’s wife), generated in no small part by the acquisition of

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Tse Yin Chang

Lights of Fremantle

One of the things I love most about being a photographer is that it gives me an opportunity to explore my own backyard. And if

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Interview with Nigel Hewitt

Ash has been used in art forms ever since man had a relationship with fire. Senior visual artist Nigel Hewitt, collected ash from bushfires across

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Ainslie Robinson

Naturally mad about Art

I have to admit to not having visited the Fremantle Arts Centre in some time.  The last time might have been to hear Cat Empire

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Ainslie Robinson

Piecing it Together

Anyone would be forgiven for thinking that the West End had been declared a quarantine zone since October, 2017.  Bold yellow strips adorn the streets

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Ainslie Robinson

Dancing with Fenians

It’s 1970s Fremantle. To be exact, it’s an array of red brick classrooms with corrugated roofs, and wooden verandas running past solid sliding doors winking

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Hamish Matthews

One Day: One Feeling

Many Faces gathered upon the beach at dawn, the Wayalup region of our land holding millennia of Indigenous history. The sun painted its first light

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Gina Semi

Tia Semi’s Island Runway

  Tia Semi is a 20-year-old emerging fashion designer and model working out of the Old Police Station in Fremantle. Tia is passionate about celebrating

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Daniel Liao

Freo Reflection

photo credit: Steve Doig   Morning already? What time is it? Woke up from the last dream I still had memory of, vaguely I must

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Interview with Figurehead

Figurehead are an emerging Fremantle pop/rock band comprised of four young guys just beginning to make their mark on the independent music scene. The boys

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Non-Vanilla Freo

Is the Freo I see and experience – the one with spilling over cafes, vibrant night markets, wonderful historic building facades juxtaposed with modern interiors,

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BUSINESS + TECHNOLOGY

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Parisa De Jonge

Facebook Tips for Business

If you’re not advertising on Facebook, you’re ignoring one of the most powerful marketing tools available.  With over 15 million Australians checking their Facebook Page

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Jeff Burge

Sophie’s Sox

If you’ve never done it before, starting your own microenterprise can seem daunting. There’s all the usual risks with running any business; the fear of

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FOOD + DRINK

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Nikki Montgomery

Parsley, Sage, Kaffir Lime

Have you ever wondered what secrets hide in the apartments above the retail stores in the West End of Freo? My beautiful friend, Claire, recently

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Nikki Montgomery

Festive Freo Foodie

Who doesn’t love a good music festival? What’s there to NOT love? Well, turns out that for my little family the answers are firstly, just

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Alison Brown

Smoothies rock!

Health is my passion and finding ways to “wow” tastebuds while catering to dietary restrictions such as gluten intolerance is my speciality. I love the

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Nikki Montgomery

Epiphany Carrot Cake

One man declared, “I never knew that there was a god until I had this!” The world is indeed a remarkable place. Questioning our existence

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Nikki Montgomery

Phoenix Pie

Unsexy food? Right! It’s time to wake up and smell the leftovers people. As a nation we waste enough food to feed ourselves twice over.

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Inez McGushin

Hilltop Coffee is Rocking

  Hilltop coffee is one of those places that once entered, everyone loves. In the daytime, Hilltop Coffee is a relaxed place to grab a small

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Nikki Montgomery

Iona’s Chicken

Mmmm, what’s that flavour? I recently watched the little doco about the guy who created London’s top ranking restaurant on TripAdvisor by Instagramming fake food

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Mod Cafe Review

Mod Café on Wray Ave may be relatively new on the scene, but its busy atmosphere and regular clientele suggests that it has quickly become

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Double Dipping

Before I had children I swore that I would never be one of ‘those’ parents that looked at school as a babysitting service. But now,

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Chutney for ALL

Let’s face it, the sausage sizzle is an Australian institution. It’s the ‘go to’ fundraiser for the local P&C, the answer to bulk catering and

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FREOKIDS

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Aila and Amelia

Aila and Amelia make slime

What do you do on a wet winter’s day in Fremantle? How about colouring in? Or doing chores?  Hmmmm. Maybe not. What about making slime?

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Kris Peter

Return to Family Camping

Family Camping … Do you love it? Always wanted to do it? But something is holding you back? Camping as a family is a fantastic

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Inez McGushin

Hilltop Coffee is Rocking

  Hilltop coffee is one of those places that once entered, everyone loves. In the daytime, Hilltop Coffee is a relaxed place to grab a small

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Family day out in Freo

How to have a fun, active, and inexpensive (or free) day out in Fremantle with your kids – even if they are all under the

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GREEN LIVING

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Adin Lang

Why I love my worm farm

We all have organic waste coming from our homes: banana peel, watermelon rind, egg shells, tea bags, corn cobs … and strawberries. So what? Just

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HEALTH + LIFESTYLE

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Clinton Little

Mindfulness in Mind

I would be the first admit that I was sceptical in the extreme about the benefits of practicing mindfulness. The idea that the act of

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Elena Volodchenko

Changing Negative Thinking

  If your mind was like a clear blue sky and your thoughts were clouds, with positive thoughts being fluffy white clouds and negative thoughts

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Kaine Grigg

What is Mental Health?

Mental Health and Mental Illness Mental health and mental illness can be thought of as two ends of a spectrum. Mental health is a state

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Kris Peter

Return to Family Camping

Family Camping … Do you love it? Always wanted to do it? But something is holding you back? Camping as a family is a fantastic

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Dem 2018 Feels

On New Year’s day, waiting for the household to wake, I opened up Facebook like I do most mornings. I stumbled upon a post by

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This Weeks Health + Lifestyle Events

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