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Hills an inspiration for The City Views

HILLS based band The City Views like to keep their songs local with their latest offering Lesmurdie fresh out on the airwaves from their forthcoming 6-track EP Find Me Rewinding. The band, which describes its genre as “noisy Indie pop” ...

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Save Mahogany Creek Tennis Club

MEMBERS of the Mahogany Creek Tennis Club say the Shire of Mundaring may want to close their courts down but they have vowed to put up a fight to save the facilities. Club secretary and member of the Mundaring Residents ...

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New way to control stable fly

RESEARCH is pointing to a quick, low cost, non-chemical solution to control the declared pest stable fly, which could improve business profitability at the same time. Researchers said they found burying vegetable crop waste after harvest and then compacting the ...

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Man hurt in West Swan fire

A WEST Swan man suffered serious burns to an arm after a fire started in his shed on Monday, April 10. Up to 50 firefighters attended the fire, which was believed to have started in a roll of hay. A ...

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Students question polls at Pearce forum

BULLSBROOK College, Northam Senior High School and Swan Valley Anglican Community School students attended the inaugural Pearce Young Leaders Forum during the first week of the school holidays. Hosted by Pearce MHR Christian Porter, the forum was held at Clarkson ...

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Hills footy back this weekend

THE four 2016 Hills Football Association finalists face off in round one this weekend, which is also the Anzac round. Mundaring host Parkerville and will be looking for an improved effort on their most recent encounter in last season’s first ...

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Eastern Suns score a hat trick

THE Kalamunda Eastern Suns sides play their next two games at home, taking on the East Perth Eagles on Saturday night followed by an Anzac clash with the Willetton Tigers. The men’s basketball team has emerged as one of the ...

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