Is this Mount Lawley’s best Pizza

Mack Daddy’s New York Slice, made So Perth’s list of “Perth’s Pizza Places We Can’t Get Enough Of” this year. The article praises the local eatery for its “Big Apple” style 22inch (that’s 55cm) offering.

It got us to thinking, what is Mount Lawley’s favourite pizza place? And who better to make that decision than the people who live there?

So let the world know about the best pizza place in Mount Lawley.

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“Smart Money” in Mount Lawley

Falling property prices are creating more opportunities for investors, first-home buyers and growing families considering whether to buy, renovate or detonate the dwelling in their dream postcode.

Duncan Hughes, listed Mount Lawley as among some of the nations most popular suburbs in the nation in his article n the Financial Review last week.

“There’s a good case for renovating in Perth as the four-year depression of prices is making properties significantly more affordable, especially for dual-income households,” says HTW’s Hincliffe.

Inner suburbs with median house prices of more than $650,000 for family homes are popular, he adds. These include Mount Hawthorn, North Perth, Wembley, Nedlands and Mount Lawley.

Sub-division of large lots and new builds is increasing.

Read the whole article here

Signed Sealed Delivered

Astor Theatre,  31 May

The Perth Symphony Orchestra are collaborating with WAAPA Gospel Choir to celebrate the music of Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin.

Stevie Wonder: singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. A child prodigy, he is unequivocally one of the most critically and commercially successful musical performers of our time, having recorded more than 30 top ten hits and having received 25 Grammy Awards. You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who hasn’t heard his name and by extension his beautiful, from-the-heart, soulful songs. 

Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Soul. An absolutely formidable vocalist. The first ever female performer to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, one of the best-selling musical artists of all time, and rated by Rolling Stone as the number one greatest singer of all time. Epitomising soul music at its most gospel-charged, her inspiring and uplifting music has empowered generations of people.

Perth Symphony Strings, rhythm section, and horns will grace The Astor Stage along with the incredible WAAPA Gospel Choir for the second time to celebrate the timeless songs of these two soul giants. Join us to experience their hits as you’ve never heard them before, performed by some of WA’s most remarkable young musicians.

Details and Booking Here

How do I keep my heritage home structurally sustainable?

SATURDAY 26TH MAY 2018

The City of Vincent is holding an information session with David Katz, a structural and heritage engineer who will provide information on how to identify issues, general maintenance tips and when you should seek professional help.

Bring some photographs and share your concerns and questions during the session.

EVENT DETAILS

Date: Saturday 26th May 2018

Time: 9.15-10.45am

Venue: City of Vincent Local History Centre

ENQUIRIES

Contact: Hoping Au

Position: Heritage Officer

Phone: 9273 6000

Email: heritage@vincent.wa.gov.au

For more information…

 

NBN Roll-out Completed, Inglewood, Mount Lawley

27th of August 2018 was the proposed completion time for the NBN rollout in the Inglewood and Mout Lawley area.

Depending on the technology being deployed in your area, the average download speeds of your connection could be anywhere between 1 Gbps and 25 Mbps.

The delays in getting NBN to our doors have been well documented, and the speeds that residents can expect to get will vary depending on the infrastructure that is available on the street.

The NBN does provide a more reliable and upgradable solution that should keep residents connected for the foreseeable future.

Factors that can affect your internet experience

NBN Rollout Map