Perth big magnet for tennis legend – The West Australian

The West AustralianPerth big magnet for tennis legendThe West AustralianRound one of the 1965 WAFL competition attracted nearly 40,000 fans through the gates, and six months later 46,744 crammed into Subiaco Oval for the grand final. That equated to about 10 per cent of the city's population. "Football was at least as big...

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Punishment cells but no school room, the harsh story of the Government … – ABC Local

ABC LocalPunishment cells but no school room, the harsh story of the Government ...ABC Local"In 1896, the Inspector of Charitable Institutions in Perth proposed that the government open an industrial school in Subiaco," Mr Offen said. "The building consisted of a large entrance hall and recreation room, two 16-bed dormitories, two large ...and...

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Gail Williams on Lady of Ro: Subiaco isn’t New York but there is a holy trio – Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning HeraldGail Williams on Lady of Ro: Subiaco isn't New York but there is a holy trioSydney Morning HeraldLet's be frank. Perth is not New York. And Subiaco is definitely not Williamsburg. Nevertheless, wannabe hipsters still make like New Yorkers when they're discussing the go-to areas of Rokeby Road's pitiful bar and restaurant scene. While New Yorkers...

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Subi vows to take up retail rent fight – Perth Now

Perth NowSubi vows to take up retail rent fightPerth NowHis comments came after The Sunday Times revealed the rent at Mr Fabregues' Subiaco restaurant Bistro des Artistes would increase by a third, from $209,000 to $279,000, from February 1. The story prompted a massive community response, with more than ...Subiaco council to review vacancies and rental costs after restaurateur protestAustralian Hospitality MagazineRent cost...

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The historic Subiaco Oval gates: Part of Australian Rules football’s earliest … – ABC Local

ABC LocalThe historic Subiaco Oval gates: Part of Australian Rules football's earliest ...ABC LocalHistorian Robin Chinnery wrote in 2000, in documents for the state heritage register, "By late 1935, Subiaco Oval was recognised as one of the finest sporting venues in Western Australia, and had hosted numerous football finals and interstate...

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