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Vision to put Perth Hills on tourism map

A PROPOSED alliance between six local governments is set to bolster tourism opportunities and investment in the Perth Hills. The Perth Hills Tourism Alliance (PHTA) is a joint-collaboration between the Cities of Kalamunda, Swan, Armadale and Gosnells and the Shires ...

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Ellenbrook theatre celebrates 10 years

THE Ellenbrook Theatre Company has two reasons to celebrate its end of year pantomime as the occasion marks the theatre’s 10-year anniversary and its biggest performance yet.  Pioneers Carol and Brian Harris began the theatre company with a group of ...

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MORP survey comparisons called into question

AN opponent of the Midland Oval Redevelopment has accused the City of Swan of misrepresenting the success of its public consultation over the Midland Oval Redevelopment Precinct business plan. Executive Manager of Planning and Development Steven Tan’s report, delivered to ...

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Gunners’ Day only in Guildford

THE Anzac spirit will be honoured in Stirling Square in Guildford during two events in November. The annual Gunners’ Day Parade will be held on Sunday, November 4 from 10am. Gunners’ Day is only held in Guildford and was developed ...

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Blood donors needed on Melbourne Cup day

AS many Australians make plans to watch the race that stops the nation, the Australian Red Cross Blood Service is urging donors not to forget about blood donation.  The Midland Blood Donor Centre has nearly 100 appointments still needing to ...

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Family Rules back this month

NOONGAR woman Daniella Borg and eight of her nine daughters appear in the second season of Family Rules, which starts on National Indigenous Television on November 14. Ms Borg, who is the community engagement officer and Aboriginal indigenous education officer ...

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