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Black Cockatoo centre wins local award

A new $400,000 state-of-the-art black cockatoo rehabilitation centre north of Perth has been recognised for business excellence.

The facility in M... more

New life for local wetlands

Community conservationists have pulled together to revegetate a favourite visitors spot in Kwinana’s Spectacles Wetland, thanks to funding from the Fiona S... more

Fiona Stanley Hospital project supporting Bike Week 2011

As part of Bike Week 2011, the Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) project will be taking the time to thank local cyclists for their patience during the construct... more

Delivering World Class Rehabilitation and Better Health Services for WA

The Minister for Health and Ageing, Nicola Roxon, today inspected work on the construction of Western Australia’s new State Rehabilitation Centre at Murdoc... more

One year on, Perth's latest hospital is progressing well

One year on from the day the first concrete was poured on the new Fiona Stanley Hospital in Murdoch, project team members are delighted to reflect that the... more

New lake for Challenger students in Murdoch

Challenger Institute of Technology’s environmental students are set to benefit from the establishment of a new lake at their Murdo... more

NAIDOC Week planting helps community and environment

Local community members from the Friends of the Spectacles joined a Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) team to ma... more

Good health naturally

Members of the Bush Rangers cadet unit from Emmanuel Catholic College in Success have joined a team from the Department of Envi... more

Seed collection to benefit Beeliar Regional Park as part of Fiona Stanley Hospital's environmental commitment

More than 12 kilograms of Australian native seed has been collected from bushland within Beeliar Regional Park in December and January as part of a larger ... more

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