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Delay in e-conveyancing

CONVEYANCERS do not want the requirement to start electronically lodging certain documents relating to the registration of interests in land made compulsory at this stage, according to East Metropolitan MLC Charles Smith. On Friday, April 13 Lands Minister Rita Saffioti ...

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Tree outcome not certain

ONLY one lemon-scented gum tree from a row of 13 on Welshpool Road East will face the chop after Kalamunda Council supported revised plans that would have originally brought their demise. Despite the City’s efforts to modify access plans to ...

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Mandatory Meth Testing?

A MIDLAND real estate agent believes methamphetamine testing must be made compulsory for all home sales after experiencing a spike in properties testing positive for the highly addictive drug. The damage methamphetamine can cause is evident in the state of ...

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Shorten promises Midland projects

OPPOSITION leader Bill Shorten was in WA this week promising to help relocate the Midland station closer to the hospital and to extend the train line to Bellevue if Labor wins the next federal election. Mr Shorten said if Labor ...

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Roo feeding furore

FEARS that a dispute over kangaroos could turn nasty intensified this week after John Forrest Tavern was threatened with a breach notice for feeding the local wildlife. Tavern manager Megan Braid and the local customers of the tavern are fighting ...

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New cycle path link to the Swan Valley

A NEW 2km shared path along Gnangara Rd between Henley Brook Ave and West Swan Rd will create a continuous cycle path from Ellenbrook through the Swan Valley to Guildford. The 2.5m wide shared path will allow tourists and residents ...

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A run of epic proportions

RUNNING 1000km can only be described as “epic” by two friends preparing to complete WA’s famous Bibbulmun Track from Albany to Kalamunda. The real kicker, the pair aim to battle the bush trail in 12 days, beating the current record ...

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