Archive for month: March, 2018
Review – Pipe Organ Plus Concert in Life, Law & Culture
The Jarman brothers, at the height of their AFL footballing fame with the Adelaide Crows, were known respectively as 'Hands'…
Seen at our favourite place 27 March 2018
It’s no secret, we just love everything about Freo Port! Here are a few snaps taken on our daily visits and adventures…
Australia’s longest standing Street Arts Festival marks 20-years: line-up in Life, Law & Culture
The Fremantle International Street Arts Festival (FISAF), will be returning to the streets of Fremantle this Easter long weekend to…
Homeless numbers will keep rising in Life, Law & Culture
Homelessness is a nationwide issue, including in Fremantle, and recent research suggests one of the causes of an increase especially in the over 65 age group, is a reduction in available public housing.
Seen at the Port to Pub 20 March 2018
FSN headed to Leighton Beach as the sun was rising, to soak up the wonderful atmosphere of the Port to Pub swim. The excitement was palpable, the organisation of the event, First class. Now off to have some swimming lessons, for the 2019 swim!
Free concert double pass in Life, Law & Culture
Subscribe here now to win. One lucky FSN subscriber will win a double pass to the first of four concerts…
Seen at the cafe 13 March 2018
Cafe culture in Fremantle is alive and as strong as your ‘short black’. FSN has been reflecting on how special our cafes are. Have a flick through our gallery, then head out the door!
Ship Ahoy! EOS in Shipping News
Said to be valued in excess of US$150 million, EOS is regarded as the world’s largest private sailing yacht.
Uthando Project in full swing in Life, Law & Culture
We have previously reported on the inspiring project of women, from many doll making groups, including Fremantle, in making and delivering dolls to children in Africa. This video brings you up to date with the latest shipment. Watch now!
Seen cycling 6 March 2018
FSN loves the City of Fremantle’s ‘Free wheeling initiative’, in fact our photographers are regularly ‘Seen’ heading to the Port on their bikes.