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Feel at home in Swan View

CLOSE to Talbot Road Bushland where there are walk trails this double brick and tile home also has a games room for entertaining. On a 684sqm block in a cul-de-sac the three-bedroom, one-bathroom home has a single carport. But there ...

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Traditional eye screening still needed

OPTOMETRY Australia is urging patients not to abandon traditional comprehensive eye screenings in the wake of new artificial intelligence eye screening technology developed by the CSIRO to help detect diabetic retinopathy. The new AI method of screening for the disease ...

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Hogg’s scenic charity vision a success

TOM Hogg’s annual Romancing the Stone open garden event for charity will this year donate proceeds from the Maida Vale community event to the Amanda Young foundation. The foundation named in honour of the 18 year-old meningococcal septicaemia victim Amanda ...

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Cyclist keen to pass on passion

Pene Turner’s passion for cycling is infectious. The 48 year-old mother of three works part time at Midland Cycles and is keen to share her love of bike riding with other parents. “I love what cycling gives you, it allows ...

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Gooseberry Hill winds top State

WHILE the WA coast was lashed with wild weather last weekend, the Echo News readership area was largely spared any damage, despite Gooseberry Hill being hit with the strongest winds in the state. The WA Bureau of Meteorology issued two ...

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Mundaring chef set for life

A last-second decision by Mundaring teenager Lara Kirby has ultimately seen her placed with the culinary elite. The 19-year-old apprentice chef, along with team-mate Hudson Stokes, recently won a silver medal in the Nestle Golden Chef’s Hat Award (NGCHA) national ...

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Bullsbrook strawberry farm raided

THE search for illegal workers and those exploiting foreign workers has resulted in a raid on a Bullsbrook strawberry farm. An Australian Border Force (ABF) spokesman said Australian Border Force with the support of the Australian Federal Police and WA ...

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