Jamie Oliver visits his Perth restaurant and stays for lunch #DailyMail

Jamie Oliver visits his Perth restaurant and stays for lunch

Arguably the most successful celebrity chef worldwide, Jamie Oliver has payed a visit to his restaurant in Western Australia.

Chris Malone Australia’s best apprentice | Hospitality Magazine

Third year apprentice chef Chris Malone has been recognised as one of the nation’s best apprentice chefs, having recently taken out the 2013 Australian National Apprentice Competition in Canberra.

Perth will get two new hotels within three years under plans announced by Hilton today.

Two new Hilton hotels for Perth

Perth will get two new hotels within three years under plans announced by Hilton today.

Eat Drink Perth | YOUR GUIDETO THE CITY

Eat Drink Perth | YOUR GUIDETO THE CITY

Eat Drink Perth | YOUR GUIDETO THE CITY

Eat Drink Perth | YOUR GUIDETO THE CITY

Food Meets Fashion (Eat Drink Perth 2013 Launch Event)

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AN apartment complex put together like Lego blocks in 10 days has set a record in Perth and offers a glimpse of the future of housing.

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For a glimpse into a CDG Lifestyle design and your chance to be a part of it . click below to watch the video ! Hawthorne Green - Apartments For Sale Burswood Western Australia

Subi builds a step closer | Business News

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Two new Hilton hotels for Perth - The West Australian

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Just six months after plans to build an 11-storey luxury hotel alongside Elizabeth Quay were rejected by the City of Perth because it was deemed too tall and too bulky, consideration is now being given to an 18-storey hotel on part of the same site.

Just six months after plans to build an luxury hotel alongside Elizabeth Quay were rejected by the City of Perth because it was deemed too tall and too bulky, consideration is now being given to an hotel on part of the same site.

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