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Partnership for student success

SWAN View Senior High School is looking at strategies for building effective school-family partnerships aimed at improving student outcomes. Earlier this month Swan View SHS principal Melesha Sands, deputy principal Karen Scriven and Swan View SHS board member Sharon Gardner ...

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Golf and fun beckon in The Vines

THIS quality home in The Vines will appeal to anyone but especially those wanting to entertain or play golf.  Built on a 4258sqm block and overlooking the 8th hole of The Vines Resort and Country Club Golf course the three-bedroom, ...

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Darling Range says yes to Alyssa

HOUSE hunting is on the busy agenda of Darling Range’s new member of the Upper House Alyssa Hayden.  Constituents in parts of the Shire of Mundaring and City of Kalamunda cast their votes in favour of the Liberal Party candidate ...

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Child used as drug mule

The Department of Communities is investigating the use of a child to smuggle drugs into Acacia Prison.  A 38-year-old Wooroloo woman was charged in June with one count of Convey unauthorised article into a prison likely to jeopardise good order, ...

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Workshops a first these school holidays

MUNDARING will host Skateboarding WA workshops for the first time these school holidays.  All ages and abilities can learn to skateboard at the free clinics which include loan of skateboards and helmets. The first of the two-hour clinics will start ...

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Funding boost for tennis in High Wycombe

ALMOST $50,000 of government funding will help boost tennis opportunities in High Wycombe and surrounding areas. A $30,000 grant from the City of Kalamunda and a $15,500 Federal grant went towards resurfacing four tennis courts and one half court hit-up ...

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Lesmurdie child care raising the bar

A LESMURDIE child care is the first in WA to achieve the highest score under all criteria of nationally revised child care standards. Pachamama Early Education and Childcare was the first service to be awarded with exceeding all 15 standards ...

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Stepping up for medical research

A COMPETITIVE nature and a friendly rivalry pushed two Midland radiological teams to raise money for The Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. Staff from the Victoria St and Midland Hospital Perth Radiological Clinics raised money by recording their daily ...

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Make your own reusable bag

THE City of Swan is holding free community workshops so residents can learn how to create their own reusable bag in place of single-use disposable plastic bags. A Make your own library or shopping bag workshop, presented by Jodie Davidson, ...

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Tilden Park tower causes angst

TILDEN Park residents close to a site chosen for an nbn tower say they want another site chosen for the proposed tower, which would be less than 200m away from their homes. The City of Swan has received a development ...

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