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Aboriginal flag flies at council

GREENMOUNT Primary School students attended and performed at a special ceremony to unveil the Aboriginal flag at the Mundaring Shire last week. About 15 students, along with school Aboriginal and Islander education officer Cindy Nelson, performed a traditional dance and ...

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New home in semi-rural area

DECIDING to skip all the stress of building a new home and leaving the city for a semi-rural lifestyle will be easy if you visit this new home in Gidgeannup. Built in 2016, the four-bedroom, two-bathroom Redink home has three ...

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Middle Swan woman joins hall of fame

MIDDLE Swan art gallery director Terrie Gomboc was recently recognised on the WA Women’s Hall of Fame as part of International Women’s Day celebrations this month. Terrie Gomboc joined 13 other women inducted into the hall of fame at Government ...

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Cameron Meyer reigns supreme

HELENA Valley cyclist Cameron Meyer claimed a points race title and ninth career world crown following a masterful display at the 2018 UCI Track World Championships in Apeldoorn. In a thrilling race, Meyer captured two laps on the field as ...

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New science block for HillSide

STUDENTS and staff at HillSide Christian College will have a new science block, which includes two science laboratories and a science preparation area, after funding from the Turnbull Government. Hasluck MHR Ken Wyatt officially opened the new science block in ...

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Celebrity chef at Kalamunda markets

CHEF to the celebrities Kate McAloon is making her way to the Kalamunda Farmer’s Market on Sunday to cook up a storm. Originally from Seattle, Chef Kate is touring Australia promoting her book The Flavour of Joy and said she ...

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New estate offers bigger blocks

A DAYTON developer says he is bucking the trend of small blocks by including traditional and family-size home sites at the new private estate. The  first 13 homesites to be released at Sonoma Private Estate range in size from 409sqm ...

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Rockmelons safe to eat

SWAN Valley rockmelon growers want to reassure shoppers produce available in WA has not been associated with the recent listeria outbreak. Herne Hill grower Luke Franich said on Monday he had been warned he may not be able to send ...

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