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Author Archives: Liam Ducey

Liam Ducey is an experienced journalist, having worked in print media in Kalgoorlie, Esperance, Port Hedland, Bunbury and across the metropolitan area, as well as online for several Fairfax Media mastheads. His reporting has seen him awarded the 2013 Clubs WA award for Best Club Media Story in 2013 and the Western Australian Football Commission Umpiring Media Award in 2014. On the weekend you can usually find him at Bells Rapids, taking a very reluctant dog for a walk on the Goat trail.

Midland CBD team wins plaudits

AN innovative approach to dealing with the issues of crime and homelessness in the Midland CBD has seen three local constables make the finals as WA Police Team of the Year in the Nine News WA Police Excellence Award. Midland ...

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The Preacher points a path to martial arts

AFTER five world championship belts and 163 professional kickboxing bouts, it’s no surprise Walliston kickboxer Bruce “The Preacher” Macfie has retirement on his radar. However he’s not done just yet, with the 39-year-old set to take on Malaysian fighter Asuad ...

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Breweries gear up for WA Beer Week

THREE Swan Valley breweries and one Bassendean brewery are gearing up for WA Beer Week, with enough events and new beer releases to make a teetotaler thirsty. The Swan Valley has a unique beer history, with two of WA’s most ...

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Polly wants a microchip?

Getting dogs and cats microchipped is business as usual for Mundaring rangers, but a Sulphur Crested cockatoo is a different matter entirely. On Friday October 13, Mundaring animal lovers were able to get their pets mircrochipped for free at Mundaring ...

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Cameras key to minimum passing

MINIMUM safe passing laws for drivers overtaking cyclists have been passed through parliament and will come into effect from November 30. The laws, an initiative of Midland MLA and Police minister Michelle Roberts, will require drivers passing a cyclist travelling ...

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Great Eastern Highway from hell

Mundaring business and Midland residents that make the commute to Mundaring are losing patience with Main Roads WA, as the safety upgrade of Great Eastern Highway continues to drag on, six months past the expected completion date of stage one. ...

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