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$76 million for two new train stations

Midland train station and bus port next to the hospital, and the train line will be extended to Bellevue as part of the Metronet rollout, if WA Labor are elected in March. The Midland train station and bus port will ...

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Devastation for grape growers

THE devastation in the Swan Valley is such that some grape growers have lost up to 90 per cent of their crops leading to concerns many could suffer financial hardship with some potentially facing financial ruin. Table grape grower and ...

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Anti-fracking farmers in town

BULLSBROOK, Swan Valley and The Vines landholders and residents are invited to join a convoy of farmers with utes heading to the city to demand politicians protect their land and water from fracking gasfields ahead of the upcoming State Election. ...

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Cooked-burra spoils Christmas lunch

HILLS’ residents left without power on Christmas Day will not be able to claim compensation from Western Power, which is blaming the eight-hour blackout on a kookaburra. A spokesperson for the utility said crews responded to outages on December 25, ...

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Tempers flare over Midland Oval design

Councillors who have ignored ongoing criticism about the lack of public open space in the Midland Oval redevelopment and who voted down the opportunity for a rethink on the design, should hang their heads in shame, says a furious resident ...

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Petitioning for more support

The Cancer Council is petitioning politicians in the lead up to the state election to tackle the poor level of investment into cancer research, which the organisation says needs to change. The Cancer Council Western Australia (CCWA)  has unveiled its ...

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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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