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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.

Better mobile coverage for eastern suburbs

BULLSBROOK, the Swan Valley, Chidlow, Parkerville and Bickley are set to benefit from the federal government’s mobile black spot program. Pearce MHR Christian Porter and Regional Communications Minister Senator Bridget McKenzie announced the suburbs had been listed in the priority ...

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Move straight in to Bushmead home

YOU can avoid the hassle of building with this new four-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Bushmead. Built by Ventura Homes in the first stage of blocks released to the market the home sits on a 450sqm block. With 263sqm under the ...

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Need to plan for affordable housing

AUSTRALIA needs to build in more than 230,000 homes every year to address its housing affordability challenge, according to the Housing Industry Association. The association has released a report, Housing – Australia’s Future, which presents a number of scenarios based ...

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Investigation into Bullsbrook shed fire

NEW information about a fire, which destroyed a Bullsbrook shed, has resulted in the arson squad continuing its investigation. Ashton Rd resident Paul Topping and his son Scott lost most of their possessions in the fire. This included racing bikes ...

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New cycle path link to the Swan Valley

A NEW 2km shared path along Gnangara Rd between Henley Brook Ave and West Swan Rd will create a continuous cycle path from Ellenbrook through the Swan Valley to Guildford. The 2.5m wide shared path will allow tourists and residents ...

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Changes to Ellenbrook security patrols

SECURITY patrols in Ellenbrook and The Vines will stop for one year and not start in Aveley after a decision by City of Swan councillors. On March 14 councillors voted to cease the Ellenbrook and The Vines community security patrol ...

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Old Young’s Distillery the best

A SMALL distillery operating out of a 36sqm shed in the Swan Valley has been named Australia’s best spirits producer for the second consecutive year. Old Young’s Distillery was named champion Australian distiller at the 2018 Australian Distilled Spirit Awards. ...

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Bullsbrook fair on Sunday

THE Bullsbrook Country Fair on Sunday, April 8 will include an RAAF aerial display, a DFES display including a vintage fire truck, more than 50 stalls, food trucks and free activities. A single PC-9 aircraft from No.2 flight training school ...

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Escape to a natural wonderland

HIGH ceilings, big rooms, extensive views, native gardens, plenty of parking, separate wings for parents and children and a home office – the list of attractions at this Stoneville home is extensive. The driveway of the double brick home, which ...

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