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Students learn 3D drawing

GOVERNOR Stirling Senior High School Year 8 Artsmedia students have attended a UWA 3D drawing VR workshop dynamic workshop and exhibition for the PIAF (Perth International Arts Festival). The students explored and inspiring environmental work by artists Zadok Ben-David exploring ...

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Hockey umpire makes history

WHISTLE blower Melissa Trivic has written herself into the history books umpiring her 100th international hockey fixture. Trivic, who has been involved with hockey for more than three decades and has umpired at the Olympics, World Cup, Commonwealth Games and ...

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Graeme Govan set to play in Tasmania

GRAEME Govan from High Wycombe Football Club is part of a 16-member team from WA set to compete in the AFL National Inclusion Carnival in Tasmania this week.  The players were chosen from the West Australian Amateur Football League (WAAFL) ...

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Vale popular with buyers

MORE than 3800 blocks have sold in the Vale development in Aveley with about 10,000 residents now calling the area home. Stockland WA general manager residential Col Dutton said easy access to playgrounds, schools and shops was driving demand from ...

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Comment sought on Swan Valley

A REVIEW of the planning framework for development in the Swan Valley is now complete and open for public comment. The review carried out by former Labor politician John Kobelke sourced views from more than 620 Swan Valley residents and ...

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Driven to action

A CAMP-OUT protest spurred by the imminent construction of a road through Midland Oval ended on Tuesday after the group was allegedly asked to move on by the City of Swan.  The call-to-arms came after it became known The Avenue ...

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Traps under the microscope

A MOTION that questions the legitimacy of fox trapping will be considered by Kalamunda Council on June 26 after an incident with a trap and a pet labradoodle sparked  media attention earlier this month.  Councillor Tracey Destree told Echo News ...

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