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Once in a Super Blue Blood Moon

A SUPER lunar event will have astrologists and amateur sky-gazers’ blood racing when the Super Blue Blood Moon peaks behind the Hills on Wednesday. The rare event is the combination of three phenomena, a total lunar eclipse (blood moon) two ...

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New shopping centre for Brabham

A NEW shopping centre planned for Brabham will include a supermarket, 15 specialty shops with a focus on convenience-based fresh food, a medical centre and childcare centre. Stockland said the centre would be designed to offer an open-air shopping experience ...

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Millendon intersection safety investigation

THE City of Swan says it will investigate the need for additional warning signs and line marking at the Padbury Ave-Moore Rd intersection to improve driver awareness on the approaches to the cross roads intersection. Chief executive officer Mike Foley ...

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Swan Valley fracking workshop

A WORKSHOP to help residents wanting to make a submission to the WA fracking inquiry can attend a workshop in the Swan Valley on Tuesday, January 30. Lock the Gate Alliance is coordinating the free workshop, which will include writing ...

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NorthLink northern section almost cleared

WORK on the NorthLink WA northern section from Ellenbrook to Muchea is progressing well with clearing almost complete and earthworks underway, according to Transport Minister Rita Saffioti. Ms Saffioti said when the northern section of the highway was finished it ...

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Henley Brook home a hidden gem

ON a 801sqm block this Henley Brook home has plenty of living space, a newly renovated kitchen and an all-weather entertaining area. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is close to the Ellenbrook town centre, public and private schools and public transport. ...

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Nearly 150 migrants made Australian citizens

AUSTRALIA Day is about more than just barbecues, vegemite and celebrating our national identity. For a select few across the Echo News readership, it’s about finally taking the plunge and becoming Australian citizens. The Cities of Swan and Kalamunda, along ...

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No council funding for Mahogany Creek Hall

THE Mahogany Creek Progress Association has successfully won its bid take over management of Mahogany Creek Hall. Shire of Mundaring councillors voted to transfer all operational responsibilities and associated costs of the hall, hardcourts and adjacent ablutions block to the ...

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Surprise Scaddan celebration

DECENDANTS of former Western Australian Premier John Scaddan reunited at Scaddan House in Guildford this month after more than a century of separation from the home. In celebration of Mr Scaddan’s (WA’s youngest premier 1911-1916) granddaughter’s 80th birthday, family members ...

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