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New Kalamunda interchange promised

WA Labor says if successful at the March State Election it will build a new interchange at the Kalamunda Rd and Roe Hwy intersection. Opposition Leader Mark McGowan said the $86 million project would create about 300 new jobs for ...

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Midlandia is back this month

MIDLANDIA is set to return with comedians Peter Helliar, Tom Gleeson, Charlie Pickering, and Dave Callan, comedy hypnotist Matt Hale, Australian Survivor contestant and magician Matt Tarrant as well as theatrical performers 360 Allstars and Bingay out to impress. Previously ...

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Plan for Swan Valley board

WA Labor has committed to reviewing and finalising the Swan Valley Development Plan and legislation if it wins government at the March 11 State Election. On Saturday, February 25 West Swan MLA Rita Saffioti said WA Labor would take the ...

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Bushmead has a rich history

THE City of Swan’s newest suburb, Bushmead at about 318ha is one fifth of the mean size of suburbs in the metropolitan area. Lands Minister Terry Redman said the mean size of a suburb within the metropolitan area was about ...

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Grass cycling while SpeedDome upgraded

THERE will be grass track cycling held at Midland Oval on Mondays and on one of the sports fields at Governor Stirling Senior High School on Thursday while the Perth SpeedDome undergoes an upgrade. National Cycling Centre WA director Amanda ...

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Frack-free signs disappear

A KALAMUNDA resident who is a member of Frack Free Future says signs put up by the group have been stolen in recent weeks. Alexandra Hegarty said it appeared the signs had been taken in a planned coordinated effort. “These ...

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Meetings about fracking

THERE will be a special screening of the film A Fractured State, with an opportunity to ask questions of election candidates at Henley Brook on Monday, February 27 and at Bullsbrook on Wednesday, March 1. Lock the Gate Alliance spokeswoman ...

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Gas pipeline planning concerns

A NEW proposed planning for high-pressure gas pipelines policy if adopted would  increase the cost of maintaining restricted public open space of little recreational benefit to the community, according to the City of Swan. The draft development control policy said ...

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