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Hills fuel cheapest

HILLS and eastern independent fuel retailers have taken on the big industry leaders knocking out five of the top ten cheapest fuel locations in Perth last year. Chidlow Growers Mart and Liquor Store, coming in with the top spot, along ...

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Landfill proposal back to SAT

BULLSBROOK residents are elated the City of Swan refused an application to use an old clay pit for landfill due to concerns trucks entering the site could create a risk to general road safety on part of Chittering Rd. But ...

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Bushfire investigation

DETECTIVES from the arson squad’s Strike Force Vulcan are investigating the suspicious fire that burnt about 4000ha of bushland in Sawyers Valley, covering Perth in a thick blanket of smoke this week, but would not confirm arson. Monday’s rain gave ...

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Film a Kate Sanders passion

KATE Sanders of Middle Swan has spent the past year or so working on The Decadent and Depraved recording stills and capturing the essence of what has been called WA’s first ‘gritty’ Western feature film. Filmed in the remote outback ...

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New studio popular with youth

THE Swan City Youth Service’s new state of the art recording studio is rarely empty with the young people utilising it every chance they get at the service’s new home in Padbury Tce. As well as the recording studio the ...

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Weir walkway opening delayed

PUBLIC access to the Mundaring Weir walkway will reopen on February 28 after a slight delay to major upgrades of the dam. The walkway was closed to facilitate the $14 million refurbishment project to upgrade the intake tower and associated ...

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Crying fowl

NEW poultry welfare guidelines are set to cause a stir among local industry leaders at a State Government roundtable this month. The draft Australian Animal Welfare Standards and Guidelines for Poultry is currently open for public consultation and will be ...

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Two-year fight end in sight for telecom tower

TEARS of joy flowed at Tuesday night’s Kalamunda Council meeting, with the City potentially putting an end to residents’ two-year fight against an Optus telecommunication tower set to be installed on Lewis Road. The City will now investigate the possibility ...

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