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Third runway consultation takes-off

COMMUNITY consultation will help form plans for a third runway at Perth Airport. Perth Airport is currently preparing for the consultation phase of the $520 million Perth Airport new runway project as part of the Federal approvals process. Submissions received ...

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Rockmelons safe to eat

SWAN Valley rockmelon growers want to reassure shoppers produce available in WA has not been associated with the recent listeria outbreak. Herne Hill grower Luke Franich said on Monday he had been warned he may not be able to send ...

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Tour the new Midland Oval

IF residents want to see what the public open space component of the Midland Oval redevelopment will eventually look like they can do a virtual reality tour. Echo News was invited by the City of Swan to take the tour, ...

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Waste to energy facility in spotlight

THE Cities of Swan and Kalamunda and Shire of Mundaring say their commitment to the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council’s (EMRC) waste to energy facility will continue despite the withdrawal of two out of six member councils from the project. The ...

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Polocrosse in the Swan Valley

WITH the 2018 Swan Valley National Polocrosse Championships going to be held in the Swan Valley organisers are in for some hard work. More than 570 players and strappers are expected to take part in the championships to be held ...

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Witnesses sought for Hazelmere fire

THE Arson Squad are seeking witnesses to a bushfire that diverted ambulances away from St John of God Midland hospital last week. The fire, reported just after 1pm on Friday March 2, burned 7ha of bushland just south of Clayton ...

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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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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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