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Claims and counter claims in court

EXCLUSIVE Kalamunda Shire president Sue Bilich has questioned the credibility of evidence that will be presented in a defamation case against her after an eyewitness wants a Statutory Declaration he made to not be used in court because he says it ...

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Plans for Swan District Hospital site

THE dental clinic will stay at its Swan District Hospital location but no other health services will continue to operate from the 10ha site, which the Health Minister says may be sold to pay down state debt. Last week Midland ...

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Food supplies in demand

By Anita McInnes AS Christmas approaches it is easy to get swept up in the rush of buying presents for family and friends. But right now in Midland there are homeless and poor people who are struggling to get enough ...

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SAT orders mediation

By Anita McInnes THE City of Swan and Shalom House have been ordered by the State Administrative Tribunal to meet for onsite mediation on Friday, October 16. City of Swan chief executive officer Mike Foley said at this point the ...

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Change of guard

By Sarah Brookes PARACHUTING his way into local government politics could come easy for Swan View resident Tony Brennan whose life experiences have seen him working across the globe including Afghanistan, Rwanda and Haiti. Mr Brennan has been elected unopposed in ...

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Constable Care CEO stands

By Sarah Brookes NOT satisfied with just teaching kids to do the right thing, Constable Care CEO David Gribble, a 15-year resident of Lesmurdie, is throwing his police hat in the ring as a nominee for the upcoming local government elections ...

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Contest for Mayor’s ward heats up

By Anita McInnes A BATTLE is underway in the Swan Valley Gidgegannup ward with three candidates nominated in the local government election on October 17. City of Swan Mayor Charlie Zannino is standing, as is Swan Valley Progress Association chairman ...

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Nursing home pitch for old hospital site

By Sarah Brookes THE acute lack of aged care beds in eastern suburbs may be alleviated if the soon-to-be decommissioned Swan District Hospital is converted into a regional care facility, say community leaders. City of Swan Community Care Services Advisory Committee ...

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Political ambitions

By Sarah Brookes PARKERVILLE resident Lena Snook is aiming to make political history by becoming the youngest person ever elected to the Shire of Mundaring council. The 19-year-old, who is studying marketing and international relations at Curtin University, hopes to ...

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