Celebrities hail WSW
Russell Gibbs, Hawaiian Group director and chief executive
“Having publications dedicated to local news is important for our communities. Not only do they keep local residents informed of relevant issues and happenings, they give opportunities to more grass root groups and small businesses, which form the foundation of any local community.
Congratulations to the Community Newspaper Group on the service that their publications provide across the state.”
Greg Hire - Perth Wildcats
“Community is at the very heart of what the Perth Wildcats do, and nothing helps keep a community better informed then its local rag!
I truly value the role they play in society – even in the modern world of digital communication.
Our training facilities are in Floreat so both myself and my teammates read the Western Suburbs Weekly regularly, and I’d just like to say congratulations on 15 years of quality local story telling.”
Jayne Smeulders - WA Ballet
“I always look forward to the WSW each week – its colour format, local content, and the Weekly Life section are all things I love about it.
The local arts scene always receives great coverage, and the What’s On Planner is a handy way of quickly checking what’s coming up over the coming week or two.
Ros Worthington - Philanthropist, West Australian of the Year, Author
For the past 15 years that I have been involved in charity I have received nothing but wonderful support from Western Suburbs Weekly (WSW). From Make-a-wish Foundation to Breast Cancer Care WA WSW have shown such generosity of spirit for the community and helping at every opportunity.
Thank you for the amazing work you do in helping those less fortunate by creating awareness and getting the message to many Western Australians. Love your work.
Jessica Bratich-johnson - Designer and karate champion
I’ve always enjoyed reading the Western Suburbs Weekly as they have always been a great supporter of local fashion designers and events.
I find local media can often be quite refreshing in a world where a lot of media can be quite negative.
Clockwise from top left: Russell Gibbs, Greg Hire, Ros Worthington and Jayne Smeulders.