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Author Archives: Andrew Carter

I live locally in Ellenbrook and have now lived there for well over a decade.
I’m a passionate and conscientious journalist and I enjoy using my colourful, lively style of writing to hopefully paint a verbal picture.
I am environmentally minded and believe that it’s our responsibility in the media to report accurately, help make a difference to the community and if necessary to hold businesses, governments and individuals to account for their actions.
I very much aspire to the Christiane Amanpour style of journalism of being truthful not neutral.

Numbat awareness film night

PROJECT Numbat, in celebration of World Numbat Day, will be holding a special screening of the film Oddball on November 4 at the picturesque Kookaburra outdoor cinema in Mundaring. In what is shaping up to be a fun family night, ...

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Bill proves worthy WA award winner

MATTHEW Bill may have started out training to be a plumber but he soon discovered his true calling working with disengaged indigenous youth within the community. Born in Midland, the 22 year-old indigenous youth outreach worker lived all over Western ...

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Survey to assess shire’s priorities

ABOUT 400 Shire of Mundaring residents will be randomly selected from all over the shire and invited to take part in the council’s biennial community perceptions survey over the next few weeks. The anonymous survey is designed to help the ...

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Middle Swan cricket celebrates 140 years

THE historical connection between the Middle Swan Cricket Club and the Swan Valley runs strong, with the club celebrating its 140th anniversary last month. Houghtons winery founders, Dr John Ferguson and his son Charles, laid a pitch in the middle ...

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Mundaring resident alive and well

MUNDARING resident Heather Ellis is lucky to be alive after she became lost in the Nannup area on Sunday and spent a night in bushland accompanied by her three dogs. Mrs Ellis and her 80 year-old husband Mike had been ...

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New Midland centre gives vital autism relief

THE treatment of children with autism by the Midland branch of the Autism Association of Western Australia entered a new era with the opening of the association’s Therapy and Clinical Services Department on Tuesday. The Midland branch expanded its operation ...

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Traditional eye screening still needed

OPTOMETRY Australia is urging patients not to abandon traditional comprehensive eye screenings in the wake of new artificial intelligence eye screening technology developed by the CSIRO to help detect diabetic retinopathy. The new AI method of screening for the disease ...

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Hogg’s scenic charity vision a success

TOM Hogg’s annual Romancing the Stone open garden event for charity will this year donate proceeds from the Maida Vale community event to the Amanda Young foundation. The foundation named in honour of the 18 year-old meningococcal septicaemia victim Amanda ...

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Cyclist keen to pass on passion

Pene Turner’s passion for cycling is infectious. The 48 year-old mother of three works part time at Midland Cycles and is keen to share her love of bike riding with other parents. “I love what cycling gives you, it allows ...

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