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Science boost for Moorditj Noongar College

Midland MLA Michelle Roberts has welcomed the news that Moorditj Noongar College will receive a funding grant of $10,000 to boost their science resources. Moorditj Noongar College is one of the state’s small public primary schools that will receive funding ...

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Alcohol-free funds to support hotline

WHEN South Guildford resident Deanne O’Brien was diagnosed with leukaemia in October 2015 her world was turned upside-down. Cancer Council WA’s support line not only became an emotional support, but a practical one too with access to a range of ...

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Fox trapping program back on schedule

FOX trapping will resume in the City of Kalamunda this month after an incident involving a pet dog in late-May halted the program pending an investigation. Council endorsed recommendations from the Kalamunda Environmental Advisory Committee at its June meeting to ...

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Vicious road rage attack

THE victim of an alleged road rage attack in High Wycombe has spoken of his shock at being attacked for making a simple mistake. Mark Cartledge was driving home from work last Thursday when he changed lanes without seeing a ...

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Chidlow spoil Gidgegannup’s party

CHIDLOW spoiled Gidgegannup’s anniversary, with the Cougars proving too strong for the Bulldogs to run out 47 point winners, 11.15 (81) to 4.10 (34). Gidgegannup were celebrating 40 years since the clubs formation.  It wasn’t the result they were looking ...

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Thomas rides towards World Cup gold

SUZETTE Thomas’ first memory of polocrosse was watching her dad, granddad and uncles play in the back paddock of the family farm in Boddington, WA.  Horses and riding had always been a big part of life on the farm, so ...

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Mates reunited by community Facebook

THEY say a dog is a man’s best friend, so it’s understandable just how distraught Bill Alexander was when his best mate Oska went missing three weeks ago. The pair had been inseparable ever since Bill locked eyes with Oska ...

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More pain for Shalom House

INSTEAD of following an officer’s recommendation, which would have allowed Shalom House to operate from 157 Park St, Henley Brook, City of Swan councillors instead voted to reject the rehab centre’s proposal on planning grounds. At the council’s general meeting ...

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