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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.

Round two for Dads Day

AN event for parents and their children is seeking community funding and support. For the second consecutive year, Koongamia business owner and father Alan Pond has organised Dads Day at Stirling Square in Guildford to support fathers spending quality time ...

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Missing 79-year-old returns home

THE search for a missing 79-year-old woman ended this week after she returned to her Greenmount home in the early hours of Wednesday morning. WA Police informed the public that Margaret McCulloch returned to her Scott Street home at 2am ...

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90th milestone well celebrated

GLAD Humfrey recently celebrated a milestone 90th birthday at a luncheon with family at the Chatford and Co Café in Kalamunda. Glad and her late husband Jeff (deceased 2015) made the move to Lawnbrook Rd Kalamunda 70 years ago where ...

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Darlington pavilion opens

AFTER more than 15 years of planning, the Darlington Sports and Recreation Association will celebrate the opening of the Darlington Community Pavilion with a free community event today. The community built and funded project is a multi-use facility for use ...

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Once in a Super Blue Blood Moon

A SUPER lunar event will have astrologists and amateur sky-gazers’ blood racing when the Super Blue Blood Moon peaks behind the Hills on Wednesday. The rare event is the combination of three phenomena, a total lunar eclipse (blood moon) two ...

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NorthLink northern section almost cleared

WORK on the NorthLink WA northern section from Ellenbrook to Muchea is progressing well with clearing almost complete and earthworks underway, according to Transport Minister Rita Saffioti. Ms Saffioti said when the northern section of the highway was finished it ...

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Henley Brook home a hidden gem

ON a 801sqm block this Henley Brook home has plenty of living space, a newly renovated kitchen and an all-weather entertaining area. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is close to the Ellenbrook town centre, public and private schools and public transport. ...

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No council funding for Mahogany Creek Hall

THE Mahogany Creek Progress Association has successfully won its bid take over management of Mahogany Creek Hall. Shire of Mundaring councillors voted to transfer all operational responsibilities and associated costs of the hall, hardcourts and adjacent ablutions block to the ...

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Surprise Scaddan celebration

DECENDANTS of former Western Australian Premier John Scaddan reunited at Scaddan House in Guildford this month after more than a century of separation from the home. In celebration of Mr Scaddan’s (WA’s youngest premier 1911-1916) granddaughter’s 80th birthday, family members ...

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