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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 and the Western Australian Football Commission Umpiring Media Award in 2014. He was a finalist in three categories in the 2018 WA Media Awards and is not at all salty that he didn't win at least one. He's recently had a baby girl, Emilia, with his wife Roselyn and has lost all concept of time and sleep.

Lyndon-James’ vote to refuse confuses

THE City of Swan last week voted to unanimously refuse a Place of Worship application from a Muslim community in Caversham. The development application for lot 1271 on Benara Road was for a Marzak, the focal point for the Dawoodi ...

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AHA win plucking good for The Hen

After opening a little over two years ago The Henley Brook, affectionately known to locals and visitors alike as The Hen, has scooped a major hospitality award. Last weekend The Hen was crowned as the best family dining venue in ...

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Stage One toilet talk gets flushed

STAGE One of the City of Swan’s New Junction development will proceed without toilets, after Deputy Mayor Kevin Bailey used his casting vote to defeat a push for the installation of public toilet facilities. Toilets have been a hot topic ...

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A check today could save your life

EVERY year, 63-year-old Mundaring retiree Nicholas Foster had been doing something any man over 50 should be doing – getting his prostate checked. Then, inexplicably, he didn’t get his prostate checked for three years. He couldn’t tell you why, it ...

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Katinka takes gold in Romania

ELLENBROOK Taekwondo phenom Katinka Penketh has returned from a whirlwind tour of Europe, with several high-level victories to her name. Despite a gruelling travel schedule, the 13-year-old made it through to the quarter finals of the Serbian Sr Open before ...

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Hunt on for missing Anzac medals

SHANE Cassidy’s great uncle Robert Hurry’s name is listed on the memorial for fallen soldiers on the wall of Midland town hall. Mr Cassidy is hoping a Midland resident might hold the key to recovering three medals his great uncle ...

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