Archive for month: July, 2020

Poets paddock – Kevin Gillam
This week we are pleased to feature Kevin Gillam. At the launch of Kevin’s fourth book of poetry, the moon’s…
Places I love – Gnomesville
Gnomesville is a little bit quirky and little bit magic. Gnomesville is only an hour and a half from Perth…
Layla O episode 13 – The Seven Year Itch
Layla O, the incomparable, the irrepressible, the irresistible, the sometimes irritating, and very famous Agony Aunt, now weaves her particular…
What’s happening with our Fremantle Traffic bridge?
As many will know, there are State Government plans afoot to replace the heritage listed, timber Fremantle Traffic Bridge The…
Interview With Frank Mofflin
This week, as part of our continuing Governing Freo-style interview series, we are pleased to bring to you our interview…
Poets Paddock – Daphne Milne
This week we are pleased to feature Daphne Milne. Now Fremantle based, England was home for Daphne for much of…
From The Bookshelf – Authors 4-6
One of the more interesting by-products of the ongoing pandemic revolves around the choices we make when we are suddenly…
Layla O episode 12 – Frankly
Layla O, the incomparable, the irrepressible, the irresistible, the sometimes irritating, and very famous Agony Aunt, now weaves her particular…
Interview With Rachel Pemberton
This week, as part of our continuing Governing Freo-style interview series, we are pleased to bring to you our interview…
The ‘My Home’ Project Takes Off
The ‘My Home’ project, the brainchild of architect Michelle Blakeley, involves a public-private partnership who’s sole aim is to provide…

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