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Releaf for the soul

SPEND a day doing all things garden at Zanthorrea Nursery next weekend and help support mental health awareness. Celebrating all things colour, the fourth annual WA Garden Releaf Day, connects people with the health and wellness benefits of plants, gardens ...

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Karate sensei a baton bearer

THE Queen’s Baton was in good hands last week, carried through Guildford by Swan View resident and karate teacher Bob Allen, in the lead up to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. The instructor who prefers to let his actions ...

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A lifelong love story

WHAT started as a teenage romance for Margaret and Bob Barry has turned into a lifelong love story spanning six decades. The pair met as fresh faced 16-year-olds in East Fremantle and today celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary. On their ...

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New space for Ellenbrook youth

YOUNG people in Ellenbrook will soon be able to access more support services after the City of Swan agreed to lease premises on Main St for five years. Swan Hills MLA Jessica Shaw, who promised a youth centre for the ...

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More success at tourism awards

AFTER the winery won gold in the tourism wineries, distilleries and breweries category at the 2018 Australian Tourism Awards Sandalford Wines cellar door manager Jessie Jiang said receiving the gold award would be of special significance to Chinese customers. “Chinese ...

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New plan for Caversham roadhouse-tavern

REVISED plans for a proposed roadhouse, restaurant-tavern and tourist facilities in Caversham have been sent to the City of Swan. If the revised plan for Lot 100 (No. 3301) West Swan Rd is adopted by the City of Swan the ...

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Blue sky for green thinking

YOU will not find plastic water bottles, straws or other one-use disposables at the inaugural Blue Sky Festival in Mundaring this month. The festival on Saturday March 17 will promote a sustainable future for the Perth Hills through a range ...

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Support needed for quality child care

PROVIDING quality and in demand community services is a tough job for local independent businesses says High Wycombe child care centre owner and operator Marisha Chadd. KidsHQ Jacaranda opened last week after $200,000 of renovations to bring the building, previously ...

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The Sandy and Grace dig on track

THE Forrestfield-Airport Link tunnel is on track with both tunnel boring machines expected to break through at the Airport Central station in the coming months, according to the McGowan Government. Premier Mark McGowan and Transport Minister Rita Saffioti  recently inspected ...

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