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Wandering for 40 years

WANDERERS from Walliston will shortly celebrate 40 years of enjoying some of our most remote spots and the uniqueness of our farming communities with an auction for the Royal Flying Doctor Service. The annual camping event, which raises funding for ...

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Top chocs in the valley

IT always helps to think outside the square when trying to develop new chocolate recipes, says Matt Zimmermann. The chocolatier, who has worked for the Margaret River Chocolate Factory in West Swan for seven years, said then once you have ...

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Parks budget winners

Sport and Recreation Minister Terry Waldron with Forrestfield MLA Nathan Morton, Forrestfield FC member Terry Davidson, John Ferguson from Forrestfield Flyers Tee Ball Club and Tricia Lovell from Kalamunda Hockey Club. HARTFIELD Park and Kostera Oval were big winners in ...

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Wait at centre ‘too long’

Eastern suburbs residents say they are having to wait too long to see staff at Centrelink Midland with some saying they were waiting up to three hours whenever they attended. THE Department of Human Services admits residents are waiting for ...

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Passionately pursuing a university

REPRESENTATIVES from the City of Swan and the Swan Chamber of Commerce met with the Higher Education Minister Kim Carr, at the request of Labor Candidate for Hasluck Adrian Evans, to continue discussions about securing a university in Midland. City ...

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Happily ageing disgracefully

Altone Ward councillor, Dave Lucas, and Swan Park Leisure Centre member Olive Page have some fun ahead of the Ageing Disgracefully seminar at Altone Park Leisure Centre. IT’S time to let loose because Ageing Disgracefully is back for 2013. City ...

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Big health gaps in eastern suburbs

A mobile medical clinic, the StreetDoctor, provides services to homeless and marginalised people in Perth and the eastern suburbs. THE health needs of residents in the eastern suburbs are not being met adequately according to� a report by Perth Central ...

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Backflip applauded

FEDERAL Hasluck MP Ken Wyatt and Swan Hills MLA Frank Alban have welcomed the Barnett Government’s backflip on slashing its solar subsidy as excellent news for more than 5000 households in the community that were set to be disadvantaged under ...

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