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Hills, valley ventures thrive

MANDOON Estate’s 2012 Frankland River Reserve Shiraz has been named the champion red at the Australian Small Winemakers Show in Queensland. The winemaker was also named the champion small winery of the show. Senior winemaker Ryan Sudano said four Mandoon ...

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Swan Valley corporate open day

AMANDA Helliwell from Function Junction has won the major door prize at the inaugural Swan Valley Corporate Open Day. Ms Helliwell’s prize is a free trip for two to Singapore, flying Singapore Airlines. City of Swan Mayor Charlie Zannino said ...

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Write an award-winning submission

The Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce is stepping up to help business owners tackle the challenge of writing a submission that will put them in the running to win an award by putting on a free workshop this month. Kalamunda Chamber ...

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Business association marks a milestone

FIFTH anniversary celebrations for the WA Zhejiang Business and Cultural Promotion Association were held at The Ming restaurant in Mundaring. The celebratory dinner highlighted the success of the group’s goal to develop new links in business, cultural and educational areas ...

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Giving happy hills shoppers a vote

HAPPY customers can now vote online as part of a new initiative by the Mundaring Chamber of Commerce to reward great customer service. The chambers business awards are now open and this year the Outstanding Customer Service Award will be ...

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Vying for a win at the business awards

AFTER opening three shops in three years, a Lenard’s Chickens franchise is looking to measure its success this year at the Hanson Swan Business Awards. Franchisee owner Teresa Davies said their first store opened in Ellenbrook three years ago, Midland ...

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Anne brings a wealth of experience

SHE might be softly spoken but settlement agent Anne Lynch has been quietly and methodically dealing with contracts and legislation for decades, with a determination that has contributed to significant changes in the industry. These include helping to bring about ...

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Sharron is here to help

A desire to help her clients means lawyer Sharron Patrick is more than willing to guide them as they tread on what is often litigious and contentious ground when dealing with the family court or deceased estate matters. But stepping ...

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K9 credentials a must

IF happiness is a warm puppy then Sally Baxter, owner of dog grooming salon Midland K9 Klippers, is close to nirvana. Sally is a licensed dog judge, a qualified veterinary nurse, and an expert groomer. In her spare time she ...

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