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    Friday 26th August

    Fremantle Council Cancels Fireworks

    Fremantle council has voted to get rid of Australia Day fireworks, calling the celebration culturally insensitive.

    Fremantle Mayor Dr Brad Pettit says the city’s received a lot of feedback supporting the idea of reimagining the celebrations – and he hopes this is the start of a nationwide change. The Council plans to incorporate and celebrate more Indigenous culture and history in its celebrations on and around January 26.

    He joins Graeme Watson onArtbeat to explain his decision.

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    Meanwhile, not everyone supports Fremantle Council’s decision to can Australia Day fireworks. The Fremantle Chamber of Commerce is among them. They oppose the decision on a number of grounds – reputation, profile, economic impact and the process taken.

    Fremantle Chamber of Commerce CEO Alwyn Williams also joined Artbeat to explain her opposition.

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    Friday 26th August

    Community Cup Countdown

    It’s on: the ultimate footy showdown, on the 28th of August 12pm, the Reclink Perth Community Cup returns to the to Steel Blue Oval in Bassendean for the second time.

    The Newshounds will be fighting to win the trophy off 2015’s victors the Bandgropers – all in the name of charity.

    Footy icon & inaugural coach of the West Coast Eagles Ron Alexander is on board. As is 2015’s football woman of the year and AFL’s National Manager of Female Football Jan Cooper. They joined Breakfast with Caitlin to leave some training tips.

    GO NEWSHOUNDS!

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    It’s on: the ultimate footy showdown, on the 28th of August 12pm, the Reclink Perth Community […]

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