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Ralph Breaks the Internet

Tracey Fox  4 Stars RALPH is back again, and up to his wrecking ways, but instead of smashing up old arcade games, he and his little friend Vanellope von Schweetz are desperate to find a broken part for her beloved ...

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Sweet temptations promote the Swan Valley

THE Swan Valley Sweet Temptations Trail, which launched earlier this year, is one target of a new initiative to promote WA’s fresh produce and stunning landscapes to travellers. Thirteen other initial trails including the Chittering Farm Flavour Trail are being ...

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Federal PFAS inquiry calls for blood tests

A FORMER chief of the fire section at Pearce air base has welcomed a Parliamentary inquiry report, which is damning of successive federal governments and their handling of PFAS contamination. Retired RAAF firefighter and Flight Sergeant in charge of the ...

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Ministerial direction removed from Swan Valley

A MINISTERIAL direction put in place to safeguard the area from fracking before new Swan Valley planning laws are introduced has been removed. On Tuesday, December 4 Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety’s (DMIRS) resource and environmental compliance acting ...

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Secret Santa blood donation

ABOUT 200 blood donors are needed in Midland this Christmas for Australia’s biggest Secret Santa exchange. To prevent a shortage of blood stocks vital to the treatment of cancer patients, more donors are needed to donate at the Midland Blood ...

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Vanessa Vance and her daughter sing High Hopes

GLEN Forrest resident Vanessa Vance and her daughter Laura Stephenson, 12, are appearing in a celebration of Academy Award-winning songs. Devised and directed by Gillian Binks, The Envelope Please pays homage to the best original song category first introduced to ...

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Developers approve of Design WA

DEVELOPERS have welcomed the McGowan Government’s call for qualified experts for a new panel to provide independent advice on the design of buildings and infrastructure projects. The initiative is part of the state government’s Design WA policy suite, which aims ...

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Help Christmas toy drive

IF you would like to support Parkerville Children and Youth Care provide a better Christmas for children in need you can take part in a toy drive organised by a Midland business. Paul Wilson and Heather Don from Storage King ...

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