(18/10/2019) Brave staff honoured for saving swimmer’s life

Three lifeguards James Annetts, Jasmine Shepherd and Georgia Ray, as well as swim instructor Jessica Cannon, were awarded with a Royal Life Saving Society Gold Star Bravery Award during a ceremony at the State Reception Centre in Kings Park last Friday.
City of Fremantle
18 Oct 2019
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(17/10/2019) Fremantle's cruise ship season kicks off this weekend

The Fremantle cruise ship season kicks off on Sunday with the arrival of 1800 passengers on board  Princess Cruises’ Sea Princess, which is due to arrive at 6:30am and depart at 11pm.
City of Fremantle
17 Oct 2019
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(15/10/2019) Please keep dogs off Stevens Reserve cricket wickets

As well as being home to one of WA’s oldest cricket clubs, Stevens Reserve is also a popular dog exercise area.
City of Fremantle
15 Oct 2019
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(14/10/2019) New clubhouse and community building for golf course and Boo Park

The upgrade of High Street by Main Roads WA will encroach onto two holes of the existing golf course and require the demolition of the existing clubhouse.
City of Fremantle
14 Oct 2019
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(11/10/2019) Victoria Hall reinvented as business and community hub

Spacemarket has developed an impressive record of activating vacant properties like the old Myer and Spotlight buildings by renting them out as low-cost offices and workshops.
City of Fremantle
11 Oct 2019
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(7/10/2019) Wide Angle Film Festival comes to Freo

The City of Fremantle, in partnership with the WA Maritime Museum, is bringing the Wide Angle Film Festival to Freo for the first time. Screening on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 October at the WA Maritime Museum, the Festival presents a series of award–winning Australian and international short films reflecting the lived experience of people with disability.1 day ago in Community , Media release , Festivals and events , Arts & culture (7/10/2019) Wide Angle Film Festival comes to Freo
City of Fremantle
07 Oct 2019
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(7/10/2019) Wide Angle Film Festival comes to Freo

The City of Fremantle, in partnership with the WA Maritime Museum, is bringing the Wide Angle Film Festival to Freo for the first time. Screening on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 October at the WA Maritime Museum, the Festival presents a series of award–winning Australian and international short films reflecting the lived experience of people with disability.2 hours ago in Community , Media release , Festivals and events , Arts & culture (7/10/2019) Wide Angle Film Festival comes to Freo
City of Fremantle
07 Oct 2019
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(4/10/2019) City of Fremantle supports Mental Health Week

WA Mental Health Week, held from 6–12 October 2019, focusses on how we live, learn, work and play, and how the combination of these factors impacts our mental wellbeing.
City of Fremantle
04 Oct 2019
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