Home / Generalpage 285

General

Win against rivals

SWAN Athletic head to the general bye this weekend after a crucial win against old time rivals Collegians Football Club. The Swans next two matches after the bye will go a long way to determining where they finish the season, ...

Read More »

Voyces to echo through the hills

KALAMUNDA Music Society’s first concert of the year will showcase the vocal skills of Western Australia’s innovative youth choir, Voyces. President Margaret Tressler said the choir with 20 talented singers, conducted by Dr Robert Braham, formed in 2011. She said ...

Read More »

Referendum: grab for power?

A REFERENDUM will be held during the September 14 federal election to decide whether local government authorities should be recognised in the Australian Constitution. Shire of Mundaring president Helen Dullard said in the past three years, the High Court had ...

Read More »

Learning while helping out

La Salle student Treslyn Sorensonb and VET teacher Rochelle Adamson prepare for a project, where the college’s students will learn hospitality skills from apprentices while helping those in need. STUDENTS from La Salle College and Governor Stirling Senior High School ...

Read More »

City attracts Aussie citizens

Joel Mooc, his wife Milagros and their sons Jayem and John with City of Swan councillors at an Australian Citizenship Ceremony. A big number of residents from overseas are becoming citizens. THE Mooc family of Stratton are some of the ...

Read More »

School wins water tanks

The cause of this burst pipe at the corner of The Crescent and Sayer St is still unknown. EDEN Hill Primary School and Central Midlands Senior High School have won rainwater tanks in the waterwise schools program. The 27,500 litre ...

Read More »

State minister urges calm on imports

The Federal Government is deciding whether to allow Californian table grapes into Western Australia sparking fears amongst Swan Valley growers any change could introduce pests and diseases. AGRICULTURE Minister Ken Baston is urging calm over table grape growers’ concerns that ...

Read More »

Polio victim speaks out

Jane Brook resident Stuart Oliver holds a picture of young polio victims receiving treatment in an iron lung, and a group of children in callipers. Picture: SARAH BROOKES MORE than half a century has gone by, but Stuart Oliver can ...

Read More »

Homebuyer sues agent

A homebuyer says a real estate agent falsely advertised a house as being in a quiet location even though it was under a flight path. A HOMEBUYER has launched action in the District Court against a hills real estate agent ...

Read More »