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Echo News gives readers an alternative to other media outlets in WA and enjoys a very high rate of readership in its distribution area. Our Echo News team are a small group of devoted individuals who work hard to give the local community an easy to read, yet intelligent mix of local community stories.

Selling wine online

THE president of the Swan Valley Winemakers John Griffiths has welcomed new laws that allow producers to sell their wines online and also at farmers’ markets. The new laws will let winemakers sell their product online without a storefront. Producers ...

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Singing from the same song sheet

A CHOIR that preserves Noongar language and brings cultures tougher will sing loud and proud in a Fringe World Festival performance next month and the Forrestfield based songsters say new members are always welcome. In 2011, the Madjitil Moorna won ...

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Ellenbrook’s eye catching street art

A MASSIVE street mural has been painted on the back of the Ellenbrook Secondary College Performing Arts Building and the City’s Community Library by a street artist from the United Kingdom Dan Newso. Newso said he jumped at the chance ...

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Gutsy Rock Magic third in Winterbottom

TRAINER Chris Gangemi of Henley Brook was left in awe of Rock Magic’s third place in WA racing’s premier sprint race at Ascot on Saturday, November 16. While eastern states raider Takedown won the Winterbottom Stakes (1200m) in outstanding fashion ...

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Swan Helena falls short

CRICKET teams will bat for a win on Sunday when Lesmurdie Mazenod will tackle Roleystone Karragullen at Ray Owen Reserve, Darlington will take on Helena Valley at North Swan Park and Ellenbrook versus Forrestfield at Ellenbrook District Open Space. On ...

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A march that matters

POLICE, community service organisations, politicians and community members have united to march against domestic violence, following a 23 per cent spike in the number of assaults reported over a 12-month period. The third Midland March That Matters was held on ...

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Calling for a Midland Oval rethink

ABOUT 200 people turned up to tackle the council over plans to largely cement over the Midland Oval with four motions passed and residents asking for a report, a redesign and a rethink. The majority of residents who turned up ...

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