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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.

Labor calls for more MRI licenses

NORTH east metropolitan residents are still struggling to access vital scans, with the Turnbull Government’s inaction on Medicare MRI licences forcing patients to pay big out-of-pocket fees or travel long distances, according to Labor politicians. Federal Opposition Health spokeswoman Catherine ...

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Jordyn Hullett is on a mission

JORDYN Hullett wants to help girls in the Perth Hills and surrounding areas feel empowered and inspired and to know what is available to them in their area. Miss Hullett of Parkerville is hosting a Girls Health and Well Being ...

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Paula Turton helps the homeless

PAULA Turton of Ellenbrook is a volunteer with a charity which supports homeless people, including some in Midland. As the fundraising officer her role is to raise funds to buy items for the food and toiletry care packs the charity ...

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Experts warn against fracking

WESTERN Australian scientists and experts including hydrogeologists, geologists, public health experts, and biologists are warning of the threats fracking poses to the state, with many of them saying that there is no safe way to frack in WA, according to ...

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Cricket’s tribute to John McGuire

THE Western Australian District Cricket Council has paid tribute to one of the game’s stalwarts, naming its U15 shield trophy after John McGuire. Originally from Northam, McGuire played 21 seasons with the Mount Lawley District Cricket Club and two seasons ...

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Westy is a new book for children

A BOOK called Westy the Western Swamp Tortoise aims to help children understand the special reptile and its plight. Swan Hills MLA Jessica Shaw said the book written by Friends of Western Swamp Tortoise committee member Cathy Levett was important ...

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Charming cottage in Maida Vale

THERE is plenty of room for an alfresco area and sun loungers beside the swimming pool at this Maida Vale home. You can also sit on the long front patio overlooking the pool while enjoying the view, which includes big ...

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Swan View makes grand final

SWAN View has won the right to take on Lesmurdie Mazenod in the Swan Helena Districts Cricket Association this weekend at Ellenbrook District Open Space. Lesmurdie will be looking to claim their third 1st grade premiership in a row while ...

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Sassafras returns to the Perth Hills

THE gypsy jazz band Sassafras is playing at the Mundaring Weir Hotel again on Saturday, March 31. Band leader Pete Jeavons said Sassafras first played at the Mundaring Weir Hotel on December 9 after they had originally planned to perform ...

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