Archive for month: November, 2018

Can a Quokka Quack? A Very Freo Book
Jolly Read, a Freo-based author and journalist, has written and produced a quirky kids’ quokka story just in time for…
The Nightingale Fremantle Housing Project – What An Idea!
EHDO and Fini Sustainability  received a planning permit in early 2018 for a small, mixed-use development of 15 apartments, 250…
What’s Happening Here? South Terrace and Little Lefroy Street Intersection.
Recently, we drew attention to the remodelling of the intersection of South Terrace and Little Lefroy Street in South Fremantle.…
Movie Review – Widows
The slowest slow burn ever. Crime. Politics. People. Life. A heist. A little Coen Brothers, a little Hitchcock, a lot Steve…
The End of World War 1 and the Hero from Fremantle
November 11th always brings us to remember the ending of a particularly horrendous war. In St Pauls Church in Hampton…
3D concrete printing could free the world from boring buildings
Do we spend enough creative energy on good design? This article suggests architects may soon get the tools to become even more creative.
Holden Sheppard Wins Hungerford for ‘Invisible Boys’
Geraldton-born writer Holden Sheppard has won the 2018 City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award for his manuscript Invisible Boys. Fremantle Shipping News had…
FREO EATS – GINOS
Freo's stalwart restaurant and top coffee place in the heart of Freo. You can breakfast from 7 am, lunch from…
Hospital discharges to ‘no fixed address’ – here’s a much better way
Fremantle, like other cities across the globe, is faced with the challenge of finding appropriate housing for people who are homeless.
WIN TICKETS TO SEE LUCKY OCEANS AND FRIENDS
Subscribe here to win 2 free tickets! This summer Freo legend Lucky Oceans will be playing a series of concerts…

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