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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.

Charming home in Glen Forrest

THE north-facing patio of this Glen Forrest home is a great spot for lunches, barbecues and sundowners, or to seek out the sunshine on fine wintery days. Built on a 1.5ha block the three-bedroom brick and tile home has a ...

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Property big WA employer

THE property industry now employs more people in Western Australia than any other sector, according to new analysis by AEC Group. Creating more than 233,500 jobs, property has overtaken health care and social assistance as the biggest direct contributor to ...

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Bandyup prison officer recognised

CORRECTIONS officer Kymberley McKay, who worked at Bandyup Women’s Prison, has been awarded one of the inaugural Australian Corrections Medals in the 2018 Australia Day Honours. Mr McKay joined corrective services in 2012 and worked at Bandyup Women’s Prison. He ...

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Train info for BBL semifinals

THE PTA is advising Midland line passengers attending the BBL semifinals today Thursday, February 1 they can go to East Perth and walk across the Windan bridge or continue to the city and change on to a stadium train shuttle. ...

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New shopping centre for Brabham

A NEW shopping centre planned for Brabham will include a supermarket, 15 specialty shops with a focus on convenience-based fresh food, a medical centre and childcare centre. Stockland said the centre would be designed to offer an open-air shopping experience ...

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Millendon intersection safety investigation

THE City of Swan says it will investigate the need for additional warning signs and line marking at the Padbury Ave-Moore Rd intersection to improve driver awareness on the approaches to the cross roads intersection. Chief executive officer Mike Foley ...

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Swan Valley fracking workshop

A WORKSHOP to help residents wanting to make a submission to the WA fracking inquiry can attend a workshop in the Swan Valley on Tuesday, January 30. Lock the Gate Alliance is coordinating the free workshop, which will include writing ...

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Are codes of conduct necessary?

THE McGowan Government’s review of local government asks whether codes of conduct are necessary and if so, whether there should be any changes relating to prohibited and notifiable gifts and disclosure of interest. The local government act review consultation paper ...

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Landfill proposal back to SAT

BULLSBROOK residents are elated the City of Swan refused an application to use an old clay pit for landfill due to concerns trucks entering the site could create a risk to general road safety on part of Chittering Rd. But ...

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