Picture: Instagram @Yelotrigg
The David and Goliath court battle between a local Perth council and a popular Trigg coffee spot has come to an end.
Beachside cafe Yelo was accused of breaching the City of Stirling's local planning laws because the council claimed it was originally only approved as a takeaway spot.
The legal stoush began when nearby residents complained about traffic congestion and customer's cars lining streets and verges.
But a magistrate has today ruled in favour of the business, ordering the City of Stirling to pay $33,000 in court fees.