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Firefighting foams under the spotlight

FIREFIGHTING foams used during training exercises at the WA Fire and Emergency Services Academy in Forrestfield is the subject of testing at nearby schools and parks with concerns the foams may be toxic. Department of Fire and Emergency Services Capability ...

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Church in Coolamon Bvd

A HEALTH and weight loss centre in Trek the Trail will become a place of worship after the City of Swan agreed to the change at its July 27 meeting. Despite seven objections to the proposal for Lot 2373 (No. ...

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Helpers needed to care for kids

INDIVIDUALS and families in the eastern suburbs are being encouraged to consider a selfless and rewarding role as a foster carer. Aveley foster carers Jenna and David Hitchcock have three children of their own and also care for three children. ...

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Catwalk call for High Wycombe model

HIGH Wycombe model Kyanna Van Domselaar is going to strut her stuff on the catwalk at the inaugural Kalgoorlie Fashion Week, which runs from August 6-12. Ms Van Domselaar, who has a partnership with Model Camp Australia, is fascinated with ...

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Gran Fondo back on track

THE organisers of the Gran Fondo cycle race planned for Father’s Day in September say they are working closely with councils to ensure disruptions are minimised. CIC Events Management managing director David Sierakowski said they also had 400 street signs ...

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Rough road to Rio

TWO weeks out from the Olympic Games, Lesmurdie cyclist Melissa Hoskins says her road to Rio was put in jeopardy by a bout of pneumonia that left her in hospital and unable to compete in the 2016 World Championships. The ...

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Avon Descent set to test

PETER Fenn of Kalamunda first competed in the Avon Descent in 1973. Fenn said he has only missed a few races since then including the birth of a child and one year he was recovering from cancer. Since 1998 he ...

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Annie’s Landing refused extra lots

A PROPOSAL to increase housing density and add another access road in Annie’s Landing was rejected by the City of Swan at its general meeting earlier this month. The officer’s report on proposed modification to Development Plan No. 18 – ...

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Graves smashed up

Midland police are urging residents to be alert and on the lookout following a phone call that led to the arrest of three juveniles who damaged 70 graves during a vandalism spree at the Midland Cemetery last week. The trio ...

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