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Emails help police

Ellenbrook Police are considering trialling an email system that will better open the lines of communication with residents following a spate of thefts from cars with 26 cars hit in two days. Ellenbrook Police Sergeant Travis Walsh said Ellenbrook had ...

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Residents can hear about Swan Valley plans

THE Swan Valley Progress Association will hold its annual general meeting on Thursday, November 19. Chairman and Swan Valley Gidgegannupcouncillor Rod Henderson said the hot topic for discussion was the Department of Planning’s draft Swan Valley Development Plan 2015, which ...

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Transport Minister plays political name game

By Sarah Brookes POLITICS is behind the naming of the Forrestfield-Airport Link according to the State Opposition following confirmation the Forrestfield Train Station will be based in High Wycombe and the rail line does not go directly to the airport. ...

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Ability Idol

By Sarah Brookes BUDDING performer Joshua Rudd is flexing his vocal chords for this year’s Ability Idol, a project that gives people with a mental or physical disability a chance to shine on stage. The outgoing Stratton teenager, who is a ...

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Declaring gifts and travel

By Anita McInnes   THE City of Swan says no councillors have declared travel or gifts that should have already been disclosed since the Corruption and Crime Commission’s report on Perth Mayor Lisa Scaffidi. City of Swan chief executive officer ...

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No law so pigeons get to rule the roost

By Anita McInnes COMPLAINTS about racing pigeons excreting on solar panels and outdoor areas have not led to the City of Swan introducing laws about keeping the birds. Instead the city has decided pigeon keeping is part of the broad ...

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Special status for just one tree

By Anita McInnes BELHUS residents might not appreciate the irony but the State Government has heritage-listed a Baskerville flooded gum tree just months after a small stand of marri trees estimated to be about 150-years-old was bulldozed to make way ...

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A big operation

The new Midland hospital is on track to open next month and Swan District Hospital (SDH) will close on the same day following the transfer of about 120 patients, in a move being touted as the largest ever single transfer ...

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Ticket machines to remain under wraps

It’s back to community consultation following a vote by the City of Swan council to  keep 21 Midland hospital in Midland under wraps until a review is done and its results presented back to council next year. Outrage over the ...

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Changing of the guard

Veteran Swan Valley  Gidgegannup ward councillor Charlie Zannino lost both his position as mayor and his seat on council following an election result that drew in four new councillors, and a new Mayor Mick Wainwright who was voted in on ...

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