Big fields headed to Albany for annual short course swimming carnival. Firefighters say a mobile blackspot in Napier must be fixed after residents and volunteers were left without phone coverage during the devastating May bushfire. This new addition to the popular suburb of Mira Mar presents a leading opportunity. Five straight wins for Magpies after handing Royals Saints their first defeat of the season. Denmark-Walpole to use four ruckman as they aim to stretch Railways for height.
After a drier than average autumn, Albany is headed for one of its driest Junes in recent years. Jury finds Leon Darryl Whittle not guilty of dangerous driving two years ago. An environmentally friendly cafe in Albany has drawn international attention after it was praised online Regional patients are being urged to use health care services to reduce trips to Perth.
Little Grove and Goode Beach residents call for greater communication on bushfire threat. Toby Hussey spoke to new Albany Chamber of Commerce chief executive Mark Forrest about his plans in the job and thoughts on our city. The West Australian Friday, 29 June Tradie Ninja Reality show hopeful has win in sights What started as a joke has turned into a serious endeavour for Australian Ninja Warrior Sam Goodall.
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At the top end, phone calls to women advertised on a premium escort service website revealed many were operating in East Perth, Northbridge and Burswood. Beverly Clarke, owner of the Langtrees brothels in Perth and Kalgoorlie, said a former Langtrees employee was running the website, using apartments she owned across Perth as makeshift brothels.
Ms Clarke said so-called "Asian houses" were opening at an alarming rate. In some cases, girls were living in the ceilings of houses and were crammed together. Some were carrying out unsafe practices and offering unsafe sex.
Scarlet Alliance chief executive Janelle Fawkes, who worked in the sex industry in WA for 13 years, said she did not believe illegal brothels were on the rise but people were becoming more aware of their existence, particularly in the eastern suburbs. The West Australian Friday, 29 June News Chevron Right Icon Australia. Unlawful brothels flourish in suburbs.
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