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Swan Mayor puts Kiely on blast over rates

CITY of Swan Mayor David Lucas  has launched a broadside at Councillor Andrew Kiely’s call for a 20 per cent rate increase, describing it as sad, pathetic and desperate. As first reported by Echo News in Kiely wants 20 per ...

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Caversham Telethon girl a real fighter

CITY of Swan residents will have extra impetus to give generously to Telethon this year, with Caversham girl Charlotte Meredith named as one of the Telethon Stars for 2018. To say that 6-year-old Charlotte has had a hard start to ...

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Mixed outlook for north eastern suburbs

RECOVERY in the north eastern property market will be patchy with the Perth Hills likely to take less time to recover than Ellenbrook.  Momentum Wealth director Damian Collins, who is the new Real Estate Institute of WA president, said at ...

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Pachamama makes business history

A PERTH Hills child care centre is the first education provider in history to take out Australia’s top small business award. Pachamama Early Education and Childcare won the national small and succeeding award at the 2018 Telstra Australian Business Awards ...

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Stallion a royal showstopper

PASSIONATE horse trainer and owner Matthew Pavlinovich says he is not supposed to have favourites, but his Spanish Andalusian stallion Ebano, 2018 Royal Show Supreme Champion winner, holds a special place in his heart. Ebano has been crowned the Royal ...

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Polocrosse championships come to Brigadoon

BILLY-Joe Thomas, who is competing at the Australian National Polocrosse Championships at the State Equestrian Centre in the Swan Valley next month, plays a bit of attack and defence. Mr Thomas, a member of the South Midlands Polocrosse Fields, has ...

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Kiely wants 20 per cent rate rise

ALTONE Ward councillor Andrew Kiely has  indicated he will move a motion calling on the City of Swan to raise rates by 20 per cent at October’s council meeting. Amazingly, Cr Kiely believes the City and the larger community should ...

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