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Free pet microchipping

ONCE again Mundaring Pound is offering a free microchipping service for pets in the Shire of Mundaring. The operation is courtesy of students from Central Regional TAFE’s Northam Campus who will be implanting microchips as part of their final exam ...

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Bonds Online popularity increasing

AN electronic transaction process for lodging and returning tenancy bonds has been embraced by Western Australian renters, landlords and real estate agents. Bonds Online was Introduced by Consumer Protection in August 2015 to allow bonds to be electronically lodged with ...

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Councils to vote on EMRC plan

AT a special meeting earlier this month the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council met behind closed doors to decide it would send rubbish to a yet-to-be built incinerator in Rockingam. As one of the member councils the City of Swan went ...

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Ellenbrook wins more awards

ELLENBROOK has won two accolades at the 2017 Urban Development Institute Australia Awards for Excellence further cementing its national and international reputation. Ellenbrook beat stiff competition from four other WA entrants to take home the masterplanned development award, as well ...

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Tiny lots a reality in Ellenbrook

THE state’s first green-titled lots under 100sqm are to become a reality in Ellenbrook with eight 80sqm lots to be built on Reveley Vista. Housing Minister Peter Tinley said the project would be built by Now Living (a BGC Residential ...

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Millendon tower rejected again

AN impassioned plea by a Millendon resident that the height of a telecommunications tower on 158 Hardwick Rd could be increased by another 5m without having to seek further approval has resulted in the City of Swan rejecting the application. ...

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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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