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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.

Storer wins junior time trial

MIDLAND Cycle Club member Michael Storer has won a bronze medal for Australia in the men’s junior time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in Ponferrada, Spain. In his world championship debut, Storer – the reigning under 19 Oceania ...

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Memorable Movies disbanded

MEMORABLE Movies in Midland volunteers say they have disbanded the organisation due to the autocratic manner the City of Swan has used when asking volunteers to complete paperwork. Volunteer Terry McCartney of Viveash said volunteers were concerned about the city’s ...

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Fence owners seek compromise

HENLEY Brook residents embroiled in a dispute over a Colourbond fence on their property say they are still trying to reach a compromise with their neighbours. When Vince and Alana Filardo who live in Lord St were refused retrospective approval ...

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Anzac organisers ban light horses

THE Western Australian Horse Council says it is disappointed with riders and horses being banned from the WWI Centenary Anzac commemorations in Albany late next month. Riders had planned to represent the Australian Light Horse Association during the commemorations planned ...

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Raising funds for research

HENLEY Brook resident Stephanie Jones, 22, will reflect on her own journey with blood cancer when she shines a white lantern of hope at the Leukaemia Foundation’s Light the Night twilight walk. Light the Night on Wednesday, October 1 at ...

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Cubic27 exhibition at Riverlands

ART and mathematics will intersect at the Cubic27 Art Exhibition at Riverlands Montessori School this weekend. Cubic27 is an innovative art exhibition fundraising event promoted by the Riverlands Montessori School Parents and Friends Association. Held in the Riverdome at Riverlands ...

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Glenis a community hero

BALLAJURA resident Glenis Geary has been recognised for her support of women with addictions and women and their children who are escaping domestic violence. Mrs Geary has volunteered to help women with addictions for about 16 years and for the ...

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Young Rullo to debut

JANE Brook teenager Alex Rullo was recently crowned winner of the inaugural WA Excel Championship Series. Rullo, 14, dominated the one-make contest run at Barbagallo Raceway and claimed the lap record for the season. Now the Year 9 Trinity College ...

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Juniors stand out

HIGH Wycombe Junior Football Club won three trophies at the Swans District Fairest and Best count in the Year 8 division. The junior football club’s vice president Floyd Sullivan said Mitch Bain won the Higgins Family Shield Year 8 Fairest ...

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Rugby union juniors excel

KALAMUNDA Rugby Union U13 side played Joondalup in one of the most exciting junior grand finals played in many years. Coach Mark Skiba said the score at full time was 22-22 so that meant extra time, 5 minutes each way. ...

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