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Warning about ceiling collapses

THE Building Commission has developed a fact sheet for residents who have safety concerns about their plasterboard ceilings to help them notice and understand the warning signs of a ceiling under stress or failing. The fact sheet was developed after ...

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Eastern Suns scorch Joondalup Wolves

THE Kalamunda Eastern Suns women’s team has celebrated the SBL Women’s Round in style with an 86-63 win over last year’s minor premiers, the Joondalup Wolves. The Eastern Suns dominated from the opening tip-off to secure their second win of ...

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Saints go down to the Bulldogs

BULLSBROOK hosted Gidgegannup who led at every change to finish with a 24.11(155) to 6.6 (42) win in round five of the Hills Football Association competition. The Saints were no doubt wanting an improved effort and the first quarter was ...

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Gooseberry Hill home has potential

THERE are city views from the kitchen and veranda of this four-bedroom, one-bathroom home in Gooseberry Hill. Three of the bedrooms have built-in robes. A walk-in robe between the third and fourth bedrooms has the potential with local government approval ...

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Shalom House rehab program concerns drug expert

THERE are some concerns with aspects of the Shalom House rehabilitation program according to an alcohol and drug addiction expert. National Drug Research Institute adjunct associate professor Nicole Lee said one of the issues with inexperienced treatment providers designing a ...

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Man in court for gold theft

A BALLAJURA man is due in the Perth Magistrates Court on June 9 after first appearing in the court on Friday, May 5 to face stealing charges. The man was released on bail after his court appearance. WA Police said ...

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PFAS info sessions in Bullsbrook

THE Department of Defence is holding community walk-in sessions on Thursday, May 18 to provide residents and business owners with an update on the ongoing detailed environmental investigation on, and in the vicinity of, Pearce air base. The investigation started ...

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Mundaring recognised for saving water

THE Shire of Mundaring has been named a Gold Waterwise Council as one of the state’s top water saving councils for demonstrating leadership and excellence in sustainable water management. Gold waterwise councils were specifically recognised for demonstrating significant progress towards ...

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Popular pop up play spaces return

THE City of Swan will be installing pop up play spaces in Bullsbrook and Ballajura during the next two months, continuing the popular community initiative. City of Swan Mayor Mick Wainwright said non-traditional playgrounds contributed to the wellbeing and development ...

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