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Anita Mcinnes received a highly commended in the 2009 WA Media Awards suburban section for her reporting. Two of her sons were born at Swan District Hospital and for many years she was a partner in a small business, which operated in the Gingin-Muchea-Bullsbrook area. As a mature age student Anita studied journalism at Curtin University before working in Busselton, Dunsborough and Rockingham with West Regionals. She says the best part of her job is meeting eastern suburb residents and visiting the many attractions in the area.

Win for Kalamunda Kings

DESPITE often beating their rivals on the Kalamunda to Mundaring stage of the Targa West Peter Rullo and his co-driver James Marquet had never managed to win the event until this year. Last weekend Rullo, who lives in Gooseberry Hill, ...

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Spanish grapes great for Pandemonium

PANDEMONIUM Estate has entered six wines in the 2018 Singapore Airlines Swan Valley Wine Show, which holds its awards night next weekend. Winery owners Martin Buck and Loraine Donlevy hope their 2018 savagnin, 2018 moscato, 2014 shiraz tempranillo, 2016 tempranillo, ...

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Calling all community artists

SWAN Christian College is holding its first ever community art exhibition and is inviting talented artists from the community to display and sell their artwork at the exhibition.  All contributing artists will have the opportunity to win a $1000 acquisitive ...

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Consumers have say on egg farmers

CONSUMERS can let egg farmers know what they think of them by taking part in a research project. Australian Eggs, an industry-owned research organisation has invested in the consultation project that is being undertaken by the CSIRO. The research is ...

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Classic 70s escarpment home

A SOUTH westerly outlook and twinkling night views add to this classic 70s escarpment home in Lesmurdie. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom renovated home with high raked ceilings sits on a 1418sqm block. The big kitchen and meals area has reverse-cycle air ...

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New bridge over Ellen Brook open

A NEW bridge over the Ellen Brook in Ellenbrook-Upper Swan, was officially opened to the public on Friday. City of Swan Mayor David Lucas said the new bridge on Railway Pde north of Apple St would help reduce congestion in ...

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Man caught with 255 abalone

AN Ellenbrook man has been fined after being found with a big quantity of abalone in his possession. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) metropolitan region compliance manager Todd A’Vard said an early morning roadside inspection of a ...

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Man assaulted in Henley Brook

MIDLAND detectives are investigating an alleged assault on a young man in the Swan Valley Oasis Resort car park just after 3am on Friday, July 27. The young man, who required stitches to his head after the vicious attack, made ...

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Books for Middle Swan college

MOORDITJ Noongar Community College, Middle Swan are set to receive a literacy boost thanks to the Books for Kids campaign.  During Books for Kids week, which finishes on Sunday, August 12, Dymocks stores across the country will donate $1 from ...

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Home for B&B or big family

IN a rural setting at the base of Mount Brown with views over York and towards Mt Bakewell this nine-bedroom, eight-bathroom home sits on a 4202sqm block.  The two-storey, which is run as a bed and breakfast, could also suit ...

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