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City staff head east

By Anita McInnes WHEN they head off to Canberra in March representatives from the City of Swan have a big list of projects and funding issues they wish to raise with federal politicians. With the next Federal Election due mid-January ...

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Volunteers forced to pay

A State Government department has passed on the costs of looking after 38 joeys to volunteers after they extended a helping hand to care for them during a move undertaken by a multi-billion dollar property group to relocate 200 kangaroos ...

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Dealing with drugs

A worried wife, who has asked to remain anonymous, is pleading for the State Government to move on legislation that outlaws the sale of synthetic cannabis, following her husband’s regular use which leaves him frothing at the mouth and in ...

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Shooter: WA hunting systems already exist

By Anita McInnes WHILE an Upper House committee inquiry into the benefits or otherwise of adopting a regulated, licensed recreational hunting system in Western Australia is underway there is evidence unlicensed systems already exist. Professional shooter Steve Pass said individuals ...

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Wildlife carers want more involvement

TWO hundred kangaroos have been removed from land along Millhouse Rd in Ellenbrook during an operation that prompted a furry of phone calls to the Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW) by worried residents who feared many were being culled ...

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Plea to save limestone path

By Anita McInnes AVELEY resident Anthony Alborn is concerned development will result in the loss of the limestone path next to the Belhus historic precinct. The precinct is a largely unknown valley where it is still possible to see how ...

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Have your say on hotel

By Anita McInnes PUBLIC consultation for a scheme amendment, to allow for multi-storey development on the rear of the Guildford Hotel site has started. City of Swan Mayor Charlie Zannino said the city would hold a public question and answer ...

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Clinic fills hospital gap

By Sarah Brookes A CLINIC in Midland has been given State Government funding to provide reproductive services, which won’t be offered at the new Midland Health Campus when it opens in November. The health campus’ Catholic operator, St John of God ...

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Emergency relief cuts

By Sarah Brookes RETRENCHED FIFO workers will be amongst those impacted most after federal funding was cut to the only foothills service offering emergency funding and financial counselling. Foothills Information Referral Service coordinator Duncan Edgar said for more than 20 years ...

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Toodyay Rd project partly funded

By Anita McInnes THERE are many safety concerns along Toodyay Rd, which should be addressed immediately according to East Metropolitan MLC Alanna Clohesy. According to Main Roads WA there were 34 reported crashes on the section of Toodyay Rd between ...

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