Weeping for the Corellas

Weeping for the Corellas

      Walking around Lake Claremont this week, eyeing the black swans, swamp hens, ducks, stilts and feathered beauties, we paused to watch a group of corellas – white cockatoos – fly in to alight, en masse, on a tree.   The birds were having fun:...
Hoons, Pollies and Policy Puzzlement

Hoons, Pollies and Policy Puzzlement

      You have to wonder sometimes about the calibre of our current WA politicians. We all know that hoon drivers are out of control these days. But exactly what to do about them remains an enigma. Several years ago the then Police Minister (now...
Help Us Find Mum’s Killer

Help Us Find Mum’s Killer

      As the clock reached midnight on New Year’s Eve, Melville pensioner Valeria Fremendjin, 70, and her daughter Violeta, 46, clinked their glasses, toasting a joyful 2016. “We chatted for a few hours, reflecting on our lives; talking about our move...
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