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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.

Two-year fight end in sight for telecom tower

TEARS of joy flowed at Tuesday night’s Kalamunda Council meeting, with the City potentially putting an end to residents’ two-year fight against an Optus telecommunication tower set to be installed on Lewis Road. The City will now investigate the possibility ...

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Strike Force Vulcan set to target arsonists

WITH one of the first major blazes of the 2017/2018 bushfire season already identified as the work of an arsonist, WA Police, the Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) and the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) are ...

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Midland team wins Excellence award

The Midland Police CBD team are the toast of the WA force, taking out the Police Team of The Year award at the Nine News WA Police Excellence Awards on Thursday morning. Midland Constables Ryan Petrie, Damien Kent and Dwayne ...

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‘Mad Dog’ saga takes a strange turn

The case of the Facebook page largely responsible for Midland’s ‘Mad Dog’ Adrian being harassed has taken a strange turn, with a man claiming to be former millionaire Brisbane lawyer Nigel Munt saying he has purchased the page. The Facebook ...

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Community rallies behind ‘Mad Dog’

A GROUND-SWELL of online support for ‘Mad Dog’ Adrian has seen a Facebook site selling merchandise bearing his image and promoting harassment of the Perth icon shut down. Last week, Echo News spoke to Midland OIC Senior Sergeant Jason Longhorn ...

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Midlandia falls victim to tough times

MIDLANDIA was named best independent Fringe World venue in 2014, however its success has been relatively short-lived, with the City of Swan and JumpClimb events agreeing to pull the plug on the iconic event. Midlandia was born under the Fringe ...

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Wattle Grove teacher named best in State

WATTLE Grove Primary School’s incredible run of success has continued, with Carl Sanderson named Primary Teacher of the Year at the 2017 State Education Awards. For the Sawyer Valley resident, it is recognition for the work he has put in ...

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Police, residents fuming over vacant homes

SIGNIFICANT numbers of vacant properties right across the Midland area are driving crime and anti-social behaviour, according to residents, real estate experts and Midland Police. The rental market right across Midland has taken a dive, driven by the end of ...

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