Cottesloe residents campaign against infill – The West Australian – The West Australian

The West AustralianCottesloe residents campaign against infill - The West AustralianThe West AustralianHowever, a rowdy City of Cottesloe council meeting, at which Mayor Jo Dawkins used her deciding vote in a bid to block the development — later voided because rules weren't followed — has left the project in limbo. The Post community newspaper...

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WA Open & US Amateur Champ to play Aussie Open – PGA of Australia

PGA of AustraliaWA Open & US Amateur Champ to play Aussie OpenPGA of AustraliaAnd now with just 80 days until his first appearance in his national championship, the Cottesloe Golf Club ace is pumped to get a chance to mix it with the world's best before repeating it on the major stage. "It's my first Aussie Open and I'm ...and...

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Mosman Park and Cottesloe: fears bordering land rezoning could create development headache – Community Newspaper Group

Community Newspaper GroupMosman Park and Cottesloe: fears bordering land rezoning could create development headacheCommunity Newspaper GroupTHERE is fear development could occur on the Mosman Park-Cottesloe border, after State Government asset sales prompted a rezoning proposal. Department of Lands has proposed rezoning of historic McCall Centre land on Curtin Avenue for urban...

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How a Cottesloe boy became the best amateur golfer in America – The West Australian

Community Newspaper GroupHow a Cottesloe boy became the best amateur golfer in AmericaThe West AustralianThe Hale School and Cottesloe Golf Club product had some of his most loyal supporters with him in Michigan, including his father Stuart, who doubled as his caddy. Curtis Luck and Min Woo Lee are childhood friends and golfing champions. Also with him at ...Golf: Cottesloe golfer Luck bags US Amateur ChampionshipsCommunity...

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Cottesloe Council must keep rate rises at 3.5 per cent – Community Newspaper Group

Community Newspaper GroupCottesloe Council must keep rate rises at 3.5 per centCommunity Newspaper GroupCOTTESLOE Council has been told it cannot maintain its assets and have rate rises below 3.5 per cent. “Low rate increases with cuts to operating or asset management obligations are not sustainable, but neither are budgets that continue to raise rates...

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