What will the furture hold for twelve babies born January - December 2011 in Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 
The Sunday Times.

Participants in the Swisse Color Run celebrate the end of their colourful journey on Langley Park in Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Sunday Times.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Australian - Magazine.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Australian.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Australian.

Jamie Oliver signing autographs on fans outside his restaurant in Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

One of thousands making sure we all saw the message at a Shark Cull Protest against the state government at Cottesloe Beach, Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Australian.

Police on the scene in Westminster Street in Victoria Park where a vehicle was stolen with a 3 year old on board. Police officers return the little child home. 

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The West Australian.

Political profile on Rita Saffioti's rise through the ranks to become Transport Minister, with a focus on what it takes for a mother. Rita Saffioti pictured with her kids in Roleystone on the Saffioti family home

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times - STM.

Tyson Stelzer from Wine Press examining the colour and bubbles in a glass of champagne at the Print Hall in Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

Spot News Ross Swanborough The Sunday Times WA Fire Brigade officers from Perth, attending to a fire in a workshop at the rear of a property at 148 Central Avenue, Inglewood. 

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

Katy Perry is in Perth for the first time to kick off her Australian tour at Perth Arena.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

Ryan James, Scientific Officer at the Mosquito Bourne Disease Control Unit examining flourescent marked mosquio specimens in Mt Claremont, Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

 ABSINTHE is an adult-themed cocktail of circus, burlesque and vaudeville. (Blonde) Luka Schmeiser-Clayburn & Laura von Bongard from Cavea Aurea (Germany) performing in the Spiegelworld tent.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times. 

WA's junior synchronised ice skating team have just returned from the Australian Championships as the Australian winners, pictured at the Cockburn Ice Skating Rink in Bibra Lake, Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

The first all-Indigenous youth team from Kiara College swimming in the Rottnest Swim. The Yokai Marmuns, Dakota Baker, Anthony Farrell, Desi Farrell, Derek Nannup, Darren Hardy & Jay McLean.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

A new baby to fringe dwellers of Perths outer suburbs, 

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Daily News.

The Neptunians of Cottesloe beach braving another icy early morning swim. 

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Daily News.

A Peace Rally participant in Perth making her message to all nice and clear.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Australian.

A defiant naked gunman who held the CBD to a stand still for 4 hours stands on top of a billboard near the central city train station in Perth. 

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Sunday Times.

Actors Jemma Rix & Rob Mills will be performing a stage version of Ghost in Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

Australia's first ever puppy rescue flight for new charity "Fly 4 Paws" is taking off from Jandakot, transporting two 14-week-old cattle dogs on the last leg of their mercy mission from Dubbo, where they were on death row at the pound, to Geraldton.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

Pride - Fire Brigade Captains The leaders of the fire brigades responsible for fighting the recent fires in Yarloop, Harvey and surrounding areas and saving many lives.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

Pictured are Chihiro Nomura (woman) & Gakuro Matsui (man) who are Principal Dancers with the West Australian Ballet who will performing in the production of The Great Gatsby, in full costume at the Crawley Boat Shed, Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The Sunday Times.

The two winners of the 2017 WA Seniors Awards are (left to right) Lesley Balinski - Regional Juniper Lifetime Achievement Award & Phil Paddon - Metropolitan Juniper Lifetime Achievement Award on the carousel at the Perth Zoo in South Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

The West Australian.

The Australia Day ceremonial salute is the army's first public event for the year. It's particularly significant this year given it is the centenary of the WWI victory. The 3rd Light Battery has been doing the salute since 1948. They take four big howitzer guns up to Kings Park and fire 21 shots from midday. Pictured from left Gunner Robert Steadman,

Gunner John Byrne, Captain Adam Moiler,
Bombardier Andrew Quarles de Quarles,
Gunner Chris Barfield & Gunner Alex Longman.
Photo Ross Swanborough. 230118
The West Australian.
An ANZAC Day veteran waits for the march to form, prior to the arrival of thousands on lookers that line the streets to remember and honour them on their day in Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough. 

News Ltd.

Carmelite nun with their pet Dalmatian in Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Daily News.

STM feature on Police Divers training aboard Police vessel Cygnet V, in the Swan River near Mosman Park, Perth. (left to right) Sergeant Rod Veal & Constable Brendan Packard (front) in the water.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Sunday Times - STM.

Political profile ahead of the state election on March 11. Shadow Treasurer Ben Wyatt, his wife Vivianne and his daughters Matilda, 8, and Georgina, 7 near the Vitoria Park foreshore in Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Sunday Times - STM.

Murdoch uni research shows that not enough parents are reading to older children. Pictured are Betsy Newman reading to her son Will (11) at home in Shenton Park, Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The West Australian.

Lyn Hawkins & Anne Sedgwick have been a couple for 38 years. They have been given special approval to waive the 30-day delay and will get married on Sunday, making them the first same sex marriage in WA.

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The Sunday Times.

During a gold pour for the Mine to Mint event launch at the Perth Mint.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Perth Mint.

Smoke haze over the city of Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Sunday Times.

Perth Zoo's matriarch, Asian elephant Tricia turns 60 on January 24. Pictured are Zoo Keepers Clair Holland & Steve Edmunds. with Tricia helping celebrate her 60th birthday. Tricia is also one of the oldest living elephants in the world.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Sunday Times.

Border Collies are the most popular breed in Scarborough/City Beach area. The story reports how the easy-going, beach-loving, family-friendly breed is reflective of the character of the coastal strip. Pictured are Claire & Brad Cotterell with their children Grace (7) & Reece (10) with their Boarder Collie, Smidge on Peasholm Dog Beach in Scarborough.

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The Sunday Times.

John Battley, Globetrotter Corporate Travel. and how he voted no in a poll against daylight savings pictured in Nedlands, Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The Sunday Times.

Faith Ward (14) & Caitlin Cummins (16) on illuminated standup paddle boards from Westsups at Hillarys Boat Harbour north of Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The West Australian.

Photos of singer Nena onstage during her performance at Crown Resort in Burswood, Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The Sunday Times.

Troy Angove, Director of Collect Electrical Pty Ltd looking over the lights on Light tower No.1 at the WACA in Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The Sunday Times. 

Anti-racist activists will protest against Canadian far-right figures Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux during the Perth. Pictured is a member of the True Blue Crew talking to Caroline Kirk from the Anti-racist activists.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The West Australian.

The friends of Mason Hooton and Callum Mummery. The teenagers were killed when the car they were passengers in hit a tree on Secret Harbour Bvd in 2017. Their friends and family are angry the council has cut down the tree, which had become a shrine, without any consultation. Pictured are close friends of Callum Mummery & Mason Hooton plus Shaun Sparrow who was critically injured, standing around the tree made into a memorial for the boys that cut down by the council.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The West Australian.

Three West Australians are travelling to Rome to take part in medieval combat tournament Battle of the Nations. They wear genuine medieval armour and fight with real weapons - axes, swords, maces etc - that have blunted edges.

Pictured are Chris Bal, Lee Harris & Lenny Tangey from West Australian Berserkers representing Australia in the Battle Of The Nations pictured in London Court, Perth.
Photo Ross Swanborough.
The Sunday Times. 
Ronald McDonald House children visiting Rottnest. Pictured is Shazarlee Deegan (5) from the Kimberly with her parents behind aboard the train.

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The Sunday Times.

Photos of baby Koala called Blinky Jill (10 month old) with Karen Blakeley, Animal Carer at Cohunu Wildlife Park in Byford, Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The Sunday Times.

The royal wedding preview with Neil Wallace & Susan Di Fenza at The Windsor Hotel in South Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The West Australian.

Photo of Fringe Festival performers in Yagan Square in Perth, to announce the new venue.

Firebreathers - Tarrabelle & Rusty from ZAP CIRCUS”
(Show: Cathedral Cabaret)
Acrobat - Matthew Pope - Kinetica
Purple outfit - Skyscraper from Gendermess (Show: Mâché Repose)
Yellow burlesque - Lucy Lovegun - Sugar Blue Burlesque (Show: Instinct)
Photo Ross Swanborough.
The West Australian.

Pitisi Hatcher and Steven Schreuder met at Fringe Perth 2016 when they were working putting up the tents. Pitisi is also a circus performer and Steven makes dutch pancakes. They now travel the world with their show which is making pancakes on a tightrope. Need to get a picture of them on the tightrope. They are getting married laster this year. This is for a Valentines Day story, pictured in Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Sunday Times.

With spring in the air, the inaugural bottomless brunch series that was a sell out for its first season is returning to the the iconic Raffles Hotel, happening across a number of dates in Spring and Summer, kicking off Saturday 17 November. Offering three options for brunch goers – ‘Make It Virgin’ for $45 which includes brunch only, ‘Make It Boozy’ for $85 which includes brunch and two hours of premium, bottomless beverages or take it up a notch with ‘Make It Fancy’ for $135 which includes brunch and two hours of bottomless beverages including Piper Heidsieck Champagne – there truly is something for everyone.

Pictured are Billy Cooper, Hannah Sparrow & Alison Kong enjoying some of the brunch.
Photo Ross Swanborough.
The West Australian.

‘The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe’, this much-loved Christmas event has become a firm family fave for the people of Perth.

The new fantasy set, which is over 1,000 square metres, will incorporate Narnia, the enchanted forest, ice caves, real Christmas trees, falling snow and a range of mythical creatures (including a unicorn) to help children find their way to Santa’s home.
Pictured are Sam Cutler (9), Santa, Jordan Susanto-Lee (12), Mr Tumnus & Brandon Cutler (12).
Photo Ross Swanborough.
The Sunday Times.

Singer Taylor Swift performing at the Optus Stadium in Burswood, Perth.

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The West Australian.

Mission Australia State director Amanda Hunt at Youthbeat, in Northbridge. Perth, pictured with some young people (can't be identified).

Photo Ross Swanborough.
The Sunday Times.

Local film producer Cassie Kirtisingham produced a film with local kids in response to 13 Reasons Why. Pictured with Cassie are Jordan (20) & Dakota (20).

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The Sunday Times.

Footballer Nic Naitanu, Wildcat Greg Hire, Kara Donnellan Dockers Women's Captain, Olivia Vivian Olympic Gymnast and Paraolympian Brant Garvey will be waiting tables at the Rise Up gala dinner for mental health charity run by Greg Hire, pictured above Frazers at Kings Park, Perth.

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Restoration of a ex whaling ship for display in Albany, WA.

Photo Ross Swanborough.

The Daily News.

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