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Celebrating Culture in Midland

Over 1500 people and 34 stallholders celebrated NAIDOC Day on the Midland Oval on Tuesday with live music, traditional dance, hip hop performances and bush tucker. Since the first celebration in 2013, Midland NAIDOC has been coordinated by a committee ...

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Young voices heard in Parliament

Teenage Gooseberry Hill student Euan Gleeson-Brown got to learn about the political process from a unique perspective through his participation in Youth Parliament this week. The program run by YMCA WA provides young people with the opportunity to develop their ...

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Telstra Business Awards finalist

SHALOM House is vying for a win in the Telstra Business Awards after being nominated as a finalist in the charity category, The awards have celebrated the achievements and entrepreneurial spirit of the nation’s most inspiring small and medium businesses ...

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Cash for space

AS the cost of living continues to rise, a group of entrepreneurs from the Perth Hills have thought of a way for people to make money from the space they own. A website that lets those who have space, book ...

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Musica Viva in Midland

Lunch time piano performances are being held in the foyer at St John of God Midland Public and Private Hospitals on most Friday’s to lift the spirits of patients, caregivers and visitors. The performances have been made possible thanks to ...

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City status for Kalamunda

Kalamunda will officially become a city this Saturday after Governors orders were issued this week. A shire is eligible for city status when it has more than 30,000 residents, with more than half living in an urban area. Kalamunda has ...

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Singing in the face of adversity

Talented 17-year-old Lilyan Smith has already overcome more hurdles in her young life than most would encounter in several lifetimes. The severely debilitated autistic girl from Forrestfield was recently cast in a role of Beauty and the Beast and will ...

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Calls to turf plastic into extinction

Calls are growing louder to ban plastic shopping bags and groups in Guildford, Kalamunda and Mundaring are encouraging residents to make small changes next month that have a big impact during plastic free July. This week, WA Environment Minister Stephen ...

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