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New cycle path link to the Swan Valley

A NEW 2km shared path along Gnangara Rd between Henley Brook Ave and West Swan Rd will create a continuous cycle path from Ellenbrook through the Swan Valley to Guildford. The 2.5m wide shared path will allow tourists and residents ...

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A run of epic proportions

RUNNING 1000km can only be described as “epic” by two friends preparing to complete WA’s famous Bibbulmun Track from Albany to Kalamunda. The real kicker, the pair aim to battle the bush trail in 12 days, beating the current record ...

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Bolt’s beans give competition a roasting

A DIRT track winding towards the back of a Hazelmere nursery leads to a tin shed that produces, according to coffee app Beanhunter, Perth’s best coffee, roasted using an old-fashioned Aussie barbecue. Bolt Coffee is the brainchild of Midland resident ...

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Ellenbrook rail talks start

ABOUT 170 residents attended a community information session for the Morley-Ellenbrook train line last week. The information session, led by Transport Minister Rita Saffioti and Swan Hills MLA Jessica Shaw, followed an earlier community survey on the project. Almost 2000 ...

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Audio recording policy splits council

THE decision to amend an audio recording policy split the Shire of Mundaring council this month. Deputy president Lynn Fisher’s amendment sought to define which reasons the chief executive could execute his authority to withhold all or part of council ...

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Debunking cancer myths

ONE in three cancers are preventable, says Cancer Council Midland regional education officer Mikala Atkinson, but often myths about preventative food and lifestyle choices can be misleading. The Cancer Council aims to debunk some of those myths as part of ...

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Online spotlight on hospital performance

MIDLAND and Western Australian hospital performance reports can now be easily accessed from a new Department of Health webpage. The department undertook a review of publicly available performance reports in an effort to improve transparency and accessibility. Implementations of the ...

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Labor calls for more MRI licenses

NORTH east metropolitan residents are still struggling to access vital scans, with the Turnbull Government’s inaction on Medicare MRI licences forcing patients to pay big out-of-pocket fees or travel long distances, according to Labor politicians. Federal Opposition Health spokeswoman Catherine ...

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