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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.

Altone Park re-opening with family fun

THE City of Swan is inviting residents to celebrate the refurbishment and re-opening of the Altone Park Leisure Centre by coming to a special family fun day on Sunday. The pool and the centre’s surrounds have been revamped and the ...

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Are you bushfire ready?

ARE you prepared and ready is the question Mundaring shire residents should be asking themselves in the lead up to the bushfire season. With Bushfire Action month already underway and continuing throughout October, a number of community events will be ...

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Free pet microchipping

ONCE again Mundaring Pound is offering a free microchipping service for pets in the Shire of Mundaring. The operation is courtesy of students from Central Regional TAFE’s Northam Campus who will be implanting microchips as part of their final exam ...

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Bonds Online popularity increasing

AN electronic transaction process for lodging and returning tenancy bonds has been embraced by Western Australian renters, landlords and real estate agents. Bonds Online was Introduced by Consumer Protection in August 2015 to allow bonds to be electronically lodged with ...

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Mundaring chef set for life

A last-second decision by Mundaring teenager Lara Kirby has ultimately seen her placed with the culinary elite. The 19-year-old apprentice chef, along with team-mate Hudson Stokes, recently won a silver medal in the Nestle Golden Chef’s Hat Award (NGCHA) national ...

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CSIRO’s AI-driven diabetes innovation

A GROUND breaking CSIRO eye-screening technology trialled at Midland GP Superclinic may soon make diabetes related blindness preventable. For the 1.7 million Australians afflicted with the disease, the technology could soon change their lives for the better as previously only ...

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Lack of spraying signs a concern

WA Department of Health senior pesticides safety investigator Paul Iriks has concluded his investigation into an alleged glyphosate spill at an Ellenbrook park which borders Alcala Street and The Broadway. The unnamed park is currently under the auspices of developer ...

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