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Callout to comment on dog laws

THE Shire of Mundaring is seeking input from ratepayers on its proposal for specified dog exercise and prohibited areas. Council adopted a recommendation from officers who have put forward a detailed list of dog exercise areas in Bellevue, Boya, Chidlow, ...

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Shire rejects Darlington tower

THE Shire of Mundaring has rejected  an officer’s  recommendation to approve a telecommunications tower in Darlington after a group of residents sought legal advice from high profile Perth lawyer John Hammond. The Optus phone tower application was defeated on Tuesday ...

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Ride for a cause

MT Helena resident Ben Ward is setting off on a fundraising venture which will see him riding a postie bike along the Gibb River Rd. The married father of two will be leaving Sonny, 4, and Kit, 1, in the ...

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Transforming boring walls

TWO colourful murals have sprung up to greet shoppers at Kalamunda Central Shopping Centre and residents are invited to pick up a paint brush to help create more artwork during a community day in July. The murals were created to ...

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Spending big

THE Federal Budget has allocated a $2.3 billion road and rail infrastructure package for Western Australia, including congestion-busting upgrades to Roe and Reid highways expected to create 1000 jobs. Funding for the projects is the result of a new Commonwealth-State ...

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Midland Junction Arts Centre workshops

AFTER some years of only minimal use, Midland Junction Arts Centre will be open again for business on Saturday, May 20. Mundaring Arts Centre has been charged with the management of Midland Junction Arts Centre. A Mundaring Arts Centre spokeswoman ...

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The business of success

BUSINESS owners in the City of Swan are being invited to buck the trend and network their way to success, following dire economic figures that has ranked Western Australia as the worse performing economy in the nation. Earlier this year, ...

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70 years of marital bliss

Guildford couple Frederick and Ellen (Lynn) Harris will celebrate 70 years of marriage this Wednesday, May 17. Fred, who was born in Wyalkatchem in 1924, was raised on a farm in the eastern wheatbelt town of Ejanding. Lynn was born ...

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Di Rosso resigns from Kalamunda Shire

COUNCILLOR Simon Di Rosso has resigned from the Shire of Kalamunda Council. In accordance with the Local Government Act 1995, council has requested approval from the WA electoral commissioner to postpone an election for the vacancy in the north ward ...

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