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Hills footy fighting for survival

HILLS footy clubs fear they will collapse if a proposal by the West Australian Football Commission to merge their competition with the metropolitan junior competition goes ahead. Hills Football Association president Brian Pallister said clubs, parents and supporters were invited ...

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Labor pledges new schools

NEW primary schools for Brabham and Caversham South have been promised by WA Labor if it wins the March State Election. West Swan MLA Rita Saffioti said Labor’s commitment to making education in the West Swan electorate included new $15 ...

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Barnett fast tracks final NorthLink stage

THE Barnett Government has moved swiftly to progress stage three  of the NorthLink WA project after two weeks ago struggling to release any detail about it. Are there more highway blues for the Barnett Government, (Echo News, January 21) questioned ...

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Swan citizens awared for community work

BARBARA Dundas, and Graham O’Donnell were awarded community citizen of the year awards and Ethol Rogers a senior community award on Australia Day. Ballajura Senior Citizens Association won an active citizenship award and The Hyper Team an active citizenship award ...

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Swan Valley vintage has started

SOME Swan Valley growers have already started harvesting their grapes but full scale vintage is yet to get underway. Duncan Harris from Harris Organic has finished picking his madeleine crop, which he started harvesting more than a week ago. Mr ...

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Light on horizon for aged care

THE State Government’s announcement it is supporting plans to rezone bushland in Kalamunda, earmarked as suitable for an aged care facility, has been met with a mixed response from the community. This week Planning Minister Donna Faragher announced the State ...

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Diagnosis doesn’t stop Teagen

KALAMUNDA Senior High School sports teacher Teagen Smith has been nominated in the Western Australian Young Achiever Awards for her passion in raising awareness of a rare genetic disease. In 2015 the 28-year-old Jane Brook resident was diagnosed as gene ...

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Warning as fraudster nets $533,966

Over half-a-million dollars was stolen by an employee regarded as family to Hazelmere business owner Alan Moody who is warning other business owners to be alert because it could easily happen to them. Melissa Faith Beven was sentenced to four ...

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Parking machines raise questions

Business owners on The Crescent in Midland are questioning why they are only being allocated a half-an-hour free parking period while other streets nearby will have their first hour free when the ticket machines switch on this month. Parking will ...

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