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Mundaring youth service gap filled

MORE than $30,000 has been allocated to fill a six to nine-month gap in the Mundaring Shire’s youth services program.  Councillor Doug Jeans moved a motion at Tuesday’s council meeting to implement a youth services transition plan while the Shire’s ...

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Midland Oval makes way for road

WORK started on the Midland Oval redevelopment this morning with a front end loader turning over the first line of turf to make way for the extension of The Avenue. There was a police presence when work crews arrived to ...

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Diane Bennit on Queen’s list

DIANE Bennit of Kalamunda says she was very surprised to be included on the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for her service to equestrian sports as a competitor and coach and to the horse industry as a commentator and administrator. Ms ...

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Concerns about property transfers

MOST people probably give little thought to settlement fees and property transfers even when they are buying or selling a house but they need to know there are changes happening that concern some in the industry.  By December 1 settlement ...

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Midland on the Move

FROM shopping centre extensions, refurbished and new hotels and the controversial Midland Oval redevelopment proposal there is plenty happening around Midland. To keep people informed about new and proposed projects in the area Midland MLA Michelle Roberts has launched a ...

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Historic town evaluated

THE town of Guildford will be assessed for inclusion in the State Register of Heritage Places. Announcing the assessment Heritage Minister David Templeman said Guildford historic town had such an important story to tell about the state’s early history and ...

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Drone versus dog at Muresk

MORE than 190 students from nine Western Australian secondary schools attended this year’s Muresk Institute’s Drone versus Dog trials. The Drone versus Dog trials were established in 2017 at Muresk Institute to expose secondary school students to the rapidly advancing ...

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