3000 swimmers take part in 2016 Cottesloe to Rottnest race – WA today

WA today3000 swimmers take part in 2016 Cottesloe to Rottnest raceWA todayHe made the crossing in four hours and 18 minutes but did not break the race record which is four hours and 15 seconds. An aerial view of the thousands of swimmers making the Rottnest crossing. Photo: Surf Lifesaving WA. "It was good. It was tough but ...Swimmers get perfect conditions for Perth to Rottnest swimABC OnlinePerth to Rottnest swim gets underway...

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Sculpted giants make mark at beach – The West Australian

The West AustralianSculpted giants make mark at beachThe West AustralianAmerican artist Peter Lundberg's massive monuments to creativity make him the first artist to turn Cottesloe Beach into a giant art gallery for Sculpture by the Sea. The popular annual art showcase does not open until next Friday but Lundberg has made ...and...

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Cottesloe council turns down Airbnb push for Marine Parade unit complex – WA today

WA todayCottesloe council turns down Airbnb push for Marine Parade unit complexWA todayResidents along Marine Parade wanting to continue raking in up to $300 per night from Airbnb guests have been given the thumbs-down by Cottesloe council. Unit owners at 116 Marine Parade received the knockback after their change of use application, ...and...

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Family fun at Sculpture by the Sea – The West Australian

The West AustralianFamily fun at Sculpture by the SeaThe West AustralianHandley says Li Wei will be arriving in Cottesloe before the exhibition opens to prepare some spectacular site-specific works. It's the kind of art he says is “an example of the breadth of sculpture today. And our definition of sculpture, which is any...

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Ocean swimmers bolt after shark alert – The West Australian – The West Australian

The West AustralianOcean swimmers bolt after shark alert - The West AustralianThe West Australian“We were doing an open water swim from Cottesloe to North Cottesloe and back,” Ms Roberts said. “We were swimming quite close to shore because it was choppy. “Next thing we knew, the Westpac helicopter was above our heads with sirens blaring. We...

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