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Proposal abolishes Mundaring Shire

THE City of Swan will expand its boundaries and absorb the Mundaring Shire under a plan released by Local Government Minister Tony Simpson. The Mundaring Shire will be abolished, denying ratepayers the opportunity to veto a planned amalgamation with the ...

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Upgrade for intersection

MAIN Roads WA and the owner of a Bullsbrook sand and clay quarry are working on plans for an upgrade of the Walyunga Rd and Great Northern Hwy intersection. As part of the City of Swan’s conditions attached to its ...

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Giveaway to band’s dinner and show

EIGHTEEN members of The Perth Hills and Wheatbelt Youth band will perform the sounds of The Great Glen Miller Orchestra at El�Caballo Resort at�8pm on Saturday, February 8. El Caballo Resort owner Matthew Pavlinovich said he chose to the youth ...

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Bypass funding confirmed

THE Abbott Government has reaffirmed its funding of $615 million to the Swan Valley Bypass project. On Wednesday Pearce MHR Christian Porter, Hasluck MHR Ken Wyatt and Swan Hills MLA Frank Alban met with Deputy Prime Minister and Infrastructure and ...

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Have your say on hunting

THE Standing Committee on Public Administration, including East Metropolitan MLC Amber-Jade Sanderson, has started an inquiry into recreational hunting in Western Australia. The public can make submissions until Friday, March 28. The inquiry was referred to the committee by the ...

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Time for public comment

THE Local Government Advisory Board chaired by City of Swan councillor Mel Congerton is calling for public submissions on proposals, which will result in wide-ranging changes to Perth’s metropolitan local government boundaries. The board is considering 34 formal proposals relating ...

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A call out for comments

THE Shire of Kalamunda is calling for comments on their draft hills rural study and the closing date for submissions is February 14. Kalamunda Shire chief executive officer Rhonda Hardy said the shire conducted a review of the original hills ...

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A music extravaganza

THE Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre is having a chart topping, toe-tapping start to Morning Music this year, with Made in America where Kristy Mollica and friends will invite you to sing and dance along to some of the greatest artists ...

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A tale of murder and intrigue

AUTHOR Linda Bettenay will give a riveting talk on her new crime thriller novel Secrets Mothers Keep at the Kalamunda Library next month. The story is based on true events including a brutal murder and the violent abuse of a ...

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Win wine and celebrate

ONE lucky fan of Swan Valley wines will be stocking their cellar for free as the Swan Valley celebrates its 180th year of winemaking. Wine was first made in the Swan Valley at Olive Farm Winery by Thomas Waters in ...

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