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Fox control methods under review

APPROPRIATE signage was installed at a site where a pet labradoodle was trapped by a padded soft-claw fox trap says the City of Kalamunda. In response to media attention after the incident, the City said its fox control program was ...

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Park renaming to recognise local icon

COMMUNITY feedback is wanted to rename a Lesmurdie Park in recognition of Men of the Trees founder and City of Kalamunda freeman Barrie Oldfield.  The former Men of the Trees WA, now Trillion Trees, president was known for his commitment ...

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Community spirit drives billy cart fun

COMMUNITY, nostalgia and old fashion fun embody the spirit of the inaugural Hills Billy Cart Festival coming to the streets of Mount Helena on October 28. Well-known community members John Bell, Martin Beal and Stephen Fox, are reliving boyhood memories ...

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Tribunal backs Shalom House

SHALOM House has claimed a victory in its fight with the City of Swan, with the State Administrative Tribunal ruling in favour of the drug rehabilitation facility. In September last year, the Supreme Court sent the zoning battle back to ...

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Record number of European wasp nests

PARTS of Mundaring and Kalamunda have become hotspots for European wasp activity with 45 nests found in the two local government areas this season. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development senior technical officer Marc Widmer said more than 124 ...

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Residents: Development process unfair

RESIDENTS against a proposed Chittering Rd landfill operation can have their say at a Bullsbrook Residents and Ratepayers Association meeting on Monday, May 28. The City of Swan will decide on the proposal at its June 6 meeting – Echo ...

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Upgrades to start at Pearce air base

THERE are significant opportunities available for Pearce businesses to secure millions of dollars in defence upgrades in coming years, according to Pearce MHR Christian Porter. Mr Porter said in 2018-19, work would continue or start on a range of projects ...

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