Archive for month: May, 2017

Seen at the Pioneers Luncheon
Following the re-opening of the Town Hall, the Pioneers of Fremantle were invite to the 88th Annual Pioneers luncheon. FSN was there to chat to and photograph these wonderful people.
Seen at the Town Hall
There was a huge ‘turn out’ for the official re-opening of the Town Hall. The flag was raised, the clock was set and the bells rang out. FSN was there to get some snaps.
Writing the WA wheatbelt, a place of radical environmental change
In two 30-year periods, an area in WA roughly the size of England was stripped of native vegetation for farming. It has produced some of our finest writers.
Seen at the Magical Mojos markets
Magical Mojos Market #6 was held on Sunday 21st. FSN was there to chat to and photograph fabulous people selling and buying all sorts of wonderful things!
Seen Cleaning the Beach
On Saturday morning a group of fabulous folk joined in with the Sea Shepherd Australia Marine Debris crew to help combat the growing tide of marine debris in the World’s oceans and waterways. FSN was there to take some snaps.
Interview with Phillip Stevens
The wonderfully outgoing Fremantle music industry personality Phillip Stevens, well known as the  manager of John Butler, and the Waifs;…
Songs of the Sea
The Lost Quays are a popular 11 voice male choir dedicated to singing sea songs and shanties. How more Fremantle…
Movie Review – The Zookeepers Wife
Written by MB The maxim, 'Man's inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn' is never far from mind throughout this…
Seen at Victoria Quay
On a perfect Autumn Day at Victoria Quay FSN snapped some very happy folk. Some heading to Rottnest, others just enjoying the morning at the Quay.
Interview with Lynne Jones and Lyn DiCiero from Soroptomists International Fremantle
Interview with Lynne and Lyn about Soroptomists International Fremantle and the Help The Homeless Art Auction on June 17.

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