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Youth service debate continues on Monday

THE decision to provide youth services internally at the Shire of Mundaring could be revoked at a special council meeting this Monday. Councillor Jason Russell moved an alternative motion to deliver the shire’s youth services internally through a partnership funding ...

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Last of five NBN towers approved in Shire

THE last of five applications for NBN communications towers in the Shire of Mundaring was approved at this month’s council meeting. The 40m tower on a 30-hectare property on Sertorio Road, Chidlow completes the set of previously approved towers in ...

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Invasive wattle a bushfire risk

RESIDENTS in the Shire of Mundaring are encouraged to remove Flinders Range Wattles as a part of bushfire preparedness efforts around their homes. Fire hazard inspection officer, Allan Entwistle said the South Australian native, scientifically known as Acacia Iteaphylla, is ...

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Mark Berry on track for Games

MARK Berry of Ellenbrook suffered post-traumatic stress disorder while serving his country, now he is trying to win a place in Australia’s Invictus Games team. Using the power of sport, the games aim to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate ...

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Recycling centre benefits Swan

THE City of Swan says it is on course to save up to $400,000 after implementing a new recycling strategy.  In July last year, the new Bullsbrook Recycling Centre (BRC) was opened to help reduce illegal dumping in the city ...

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College raises money for rehab

SWAN Christian College’s theatre company, which won the 2018 Fringe World Theatre Award at the end of the Perth Fringe World Festival, has raised $37,829 for a drug rehabilitation centre in the City of Swan. The funds were raised through ...

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Open day at Spring Road kindy

SPRING Road Community Kindergarten’s open day on Sunday, May 20 will have face painting, play dough activities, story-time and a sausage sizzle. During the event, which runs from 11am to 1pm, parents will be able to enrol their child to ...

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