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Strong body, strong mind for Dunstan

GUILDFORD wellness coach Louis Dunstan has qualified to represent Western Australia and the Australian Powerlifting Union’s inaugural National Championships. He doesn’t expect to win – the 40-year-old is competing in the Masters 1, 120kg division – but really, that doesn’t ...

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Community safety forum in Ellenbrook

THERE will be a community safety forum with Police Minister Michelle Roberts in attendance on Tuesday, September 4 starting at 6.30pm at the Ellenbrook District Open Space. Swan Hills MLA Jessica Shaw said it was a great opportunity to discuss ...

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Wyatt committed to MRI Licence

Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, has continued to strongly lobby the Minster for Health to deliver a new MRI licence for the Midland Perth Radiological Clinic, in this term of Parliament. “I have been in extensive discussions with ...

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Need to reassure after hacking

AS WA heads towards the December 1 deadline for property settlements to only be carried out electronically conveyancers think it is the responsibility of the McGowan Government to reassure the public after some hacking cases came to light. Lands Minister ...

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Students solve real problems

GOVERNOR Stirling Senior High School students had lots of praise for the annual hackathon run by SPUR. The students said HackED 2018 was a great learning experience and a great way to work as a team, to research efficiently and ...

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Reminder about 000 calls

FOLLOWING the restructure of police districts in the metropolitan area there are more police officers at Ellenbrook Police station available to focus on any identified crime spikes or peak times, which can be seasonal and include festivals. Senior Sergeant Walter ...

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