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10 great things to do in Fremantle this week in Life, Law & Culture
We've rounded up the very best things happening in Fremantle this week.
Freo Gig Guide in Gig Guide
The optimal Freo Gig Guide has arrived here on FSN. We have our eyes on the edges, our ears to the ground and our network buzzing to bring you the latest gig news each week.
Poached Eggs in Life, Law & Culture
A poached egg by any other name may possibly be the same. But it'd need to be a poached egg, not a pale simulation of a poached egg. So what is a poached egg and how should it be made and served in breakfast restaurants and cafes?

Ship Ahoy! Peace Boat

Peace Boat recently docked at C Shed down at the Port of Fremantle overnight which peaked this ship spotter's interest. Peace Boat is a Japanese based international not for profit organisation which works to promote equal and sustainable development, peace, human rights and respect for the environment. It travels for Peace and Sustainability, believing that travel in itself can be a tool to create best practices in responsible travel. Her first voyage was in 1983 and was organised by a group of Japanese students in a creative response to government censorship regarding Japan's history of military aggression in the Asia…
Seen at the Art Centre in Seen in Freo
FSN spent another Sunday afternoon under the plane trees in the courtyard of the Fremantle Art Centre being thoroughly entertained this week by Reunion Island's Kiltir.
Seen at Laneway Festival in Seen in Freo
FSN had an amazing time at the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival. Gorgeous people in attendance to see a lineup of incredible musicians. It was a live music experience like no other! Here are a few snaps.
Seen at One Day in Seen in Freo
A huge crowd turned out to the Esplanade once again for this fun day of cultural celebration… Here are a few more snaps!
Laneway Festival Set Times in Gig Guide
This weekend one of the biggest festivals of the summer descends on Freo - St. Jerome's Laneway Festival Perth. Here's a handy setlist to help you catch your favourite acts.
One Day In Fremantle – The Great Date Debate! in Life, Law & Culture
Last Sunday, 28 January 2018, saw the City of Fremantle promote, for the second year running, a celebration of Australia on a date close to, but alternative to, the formal celebration of Australia Day on 26 January. As in 2017, people again turned out in droves to The Esplanade to mark the occasion.

Interview with Diane Niyati

Fairy godmothers are not that easy to find, but Fremantle has its own resident fairy godmother - Diane Niyati.  She has been singing, dancing and sewing her way around Freo and sprinkling fairy dust over the City for nigh on 35 years. In the 1980s, she formed Mothers Against Nuclear Warships and did her best to de-nuke US Warships visiting Fremantle, and helped to get Senator Jo Valentine from the then Nuclear Disarmament Party elected to the Commonwealth Parliament. Times may change, but Diane's commitment to a peaceful and just world never has. She has remained at the forefront of many…
Cruise Ships Come to Town in Shipping News
The harbour has been a particularly lively scene today with three cruise ships in together at Victoria Quay.
The Escape of the Military Fenians from Fremantle Prison: the warders’ perspective in Life, Law & Culture
The tale of the Catalpa, the American whaler which carried off six of the remaining military Fenian prisoners from Fremantle Prison on Easter Monday 1876, and the effect of the escape on the prison officers concerned.
NEWS FLASH! Hougoumont Day Descends! in Life, Law & Culture
On 10 January 1868 - exactly 150 years ago tomorrow - those on board the Hougoumont, which had sailed into Fremantle from Portsmouth, England, today 150 years ago, disembarked. Imagine the ship sailing into the harbour today, replete with 108 passengers and 279 convicts including 62 Fenian political prisoners.

Ship Ahoy! AAL Fremantle

On one of those lazy days between Christmas and New Year, the ones which seem to be nameless as they all strangely feel like a weekend, I had the pleasure of sitting on the wharf, reading a new book whilst taking in one of my most favourite places in Fremantle. Victoria Quay. It seemed fitting to have AAL Fremantle berthed opposite at the quay and its name had me curious, so it has the honour of being our first Ship Ahoy for 2018. The AAL Fremantle belongs to a multi award winning company AAL (Austral Asia Line), who also boast "the sector's…

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