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Watch out

Cyclists and motorists continue to be at loggerheads prompting the Shire of Kalamunda to remind all road users to follow the rules when riding for an event or recreationally. Between 2010 and 2015, 28 cyclists died on West Australian roads. ...

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A Shaw thing

THE WA Labor Party has dominated the State Election with huge swings against the Liberals in the seats of Swan Hills, Kalamunda and Forrestfield. Swan Hills was contested at the 2008 election by Labor MLC Graham Gifford, but he was ...

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Hooray for Hughes

THE WA Labor Party has dominated the State Election with huge swings against the Liberals in the seats of Swan Hills, Kalamunda and Forrestfield. One of the major upsets of the election was the dumping of long-time Kalamunda member John ...

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Rita Saffioti ready for work

WEST Swan MLA Rita Saffioti says some of her priorities after WA Labor’s big win in the State Election include re-visiting the Swan Valley planning legislation and the Water Corporation infrastructure pipeline, which had been proposed to go along West ...

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Roberts romps it in

EAST Metropolitan voters went out on Saturday night to paint the town red, with a landslide election win for WA Labor that has firmly placed Michelle Roberts back in the seat of Midland, which she’s held for 20 years. The ...

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Collecting bird eggs

HOW many residents are aware in this day and age that some people are still legally allowed to collect bird eggs? Bird photographer and conservationist Ben Pearce of Parkerville said when most people realise the practice still goes on they ...

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Tomato potato pest found in Perth Hills

THE insect pest tomato potato psyllid has been found in the Perth Hills with the number of detections in WA increasing to 43 including 20 commercial properties. Between Wednesday, March 1 and Saturday, March 4 the Department of Agriculture and ...

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Advice for people affected by flood

SWAN Valley landowners and businesses affected by the flood in February are being advised to not self-assess whether they are eligible for disaster relief. Instead they are being advised to contact the Department of Agriculture and Food WA’s rural business ...

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Flood damages other businesses

IT is not just grape growers having to deal with the after effects of the Swan River flood but other Swan Valley property owners are also counting the cost of the February 11 flood. Corinne Reside from farm stay Settlers ...

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