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Gardens option to be explored

AS the debate over public green space rages in Midland, particularly in relation to Midland Oval, a potential opportunity for more green space lies hidden behind a fence next to the Great Eastern Highway. The only problem is, the City ...

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REIWA: House prices can only go up

PERTH house prices  hit rock bottom last year but signs of stability in the hills and eastern region in 2018 are a welcome change according to WA’s peak real estate body. End of year reports showed that although housing prices ...

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Kalamunda RSL score exhibition

KALAMUNDA RSL will honour the memory of the fallen with an exhibition all the way from Belgium next month in the 100th anniversary of one of the greatest conflicts the world has ever known. Geof Irvin, the president of Kalamunda ...

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Hybrid duck dilemma

DOMESTIC and hybrid ducks at Wood lake are loved by some and detested by others. In November last year some residents including Bill Higgins and Ewan Trott said they were angry and upset after the City of Swan hired a ...

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Swan rejects West Swan tavern plan

A CONTROVERSIAL proposal for a tavern in West Swan, which will ultimately be decided by a joint development assessment panel, was not approved by the City of Swan this week. Councillors did not follow the officer’s recommendation, which was to ...

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Landgate sale looms as advisor appointed

THE McGowan Government has appointed a commercial advisor as it seeks to realise value from the privatising of Landgate and its assets. Lands Minister Rita Saffioti said the appointment of Investec followed a request for quotation process initiated after the ...

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Confusion reigns

CONFUSION hung in the air at last week’s City of Kalamunda meeting after the Mayor denied the City had made an appeal to the Supreme Court against a State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) decision. On December 14 the SAT supported a ...

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Case of the missing trees

PARKERVILLE resident Bob Roget says thieves may have stolen trees currently at the centre of a court case against him by the Shire of Mundaring. The Shire will allege that Mr Roget illegally moved about eight to ten trees from ...

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Training for Aboriginal youth

ROYAL Life Saving WA is this month offering an extended bronze medallion course for Aboriginal participants from the KOYA Aboriginal Corporation. The course is being held at the Swan Park Leisure Centre with the aim of assisting the young people ...

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