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Crime Spike

Midland Police have stepped up patrols and they are asking business owners in Hazelmere to up the ante on security following a spike in burglaries over the past couple of months. They are calling out to the public for any ...

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Pipeline concerns

DAYTON residents who have lived in the area since before the 70s have grown accustomed to the Parmelia Pipeline – Caversham Metering Station, which is on the bend of Harrow St opposite the Malvern St intersection. Some residents say they ...

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Lake fight win, but concerns linger

HELENA Valley residents fighting to save a lake from being filled in as part of a housing development are pleased the Shire of Mundaring has supported saving the waterway but traffic, mosquitoes and contamination remain a concern. At the shire’s ...

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Homes on the hit list

The State Government’s vision for the Herne Hill village has blindsided a number of residents who were not told their homes would be demolished to make way for new developments, as outlined in the Swan Valley Development Plan. The affected ...

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Twins roll up to Malvern Springs

SIX sets of twins were among the students who started the school year at Malvern Springs Primary School earlier this week. Twins Charlotte and Hannah Guthrie, Jay and Ty Beaudoire and Grace and Kate Cleaver all started Year 1 on ...

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City defers Crestmoor Pass tower

A DEVELOPMENT application to install a new telecommunication monopole, equipment shelter at ground level and installation of ancillary equipment, cabling, access and safety facilities at Lot 600 Crestmoor Pass, Bullsbrook has been deferred. City of Swan north ward councillor Kevin ...

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Helping Julie to rebuild her life

A lady who lost her home in a house fire on Christmas Eve has been overwhelmed by the kindness of strangers who have stepped in to help and friends who have organised a fundraising gig this weekend. Julie Main was ...

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Foams may have polluted waterways near air bases

THE Department of Defence has to report by April 30 to a Senate inquiry into whether firefighting foams containing chemicals, which are considered by the Stockholm Convention to have significant adverse human and environmental effects, have contaminated Pearce air base. ...

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Bird lover honoured

FORRESTFIELD bird lover Brice Wells has been awarded with an Order of Australia Medal for his service to conservation and the environment in the 2016 Australia Day Honours List. BirdLife Australia treasurer Frank O’Connor said Brice was nominated for his outstanding ...

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