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PFAS found in Bullsbrook eggs

A BULLSBROOK resident who attended a per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) information session organised by the Department of Defence has reported his hen’s eggs have returned positive results for the toxic chemicals. One resident raised the issue of an area ...

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Have your say on Bullsbrook plan

THE City of Swan is seeking community feedback on the future of Bullsbrook. Feedback will help define the Bullsbrook local area plan, which is a critical strategy to identify local issues and establish the vision and objectives for the region. ...

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Gangemi’s Rock Magic wins Roma Cup

HENLEY Brook trainer Chris Gangemi plans to set Rock Magic for the Belmont Sprint (1400m) after his win in the $150,000 D’Orsogna Roma Cup (1200m) at Ascot on May 20. Gangemi said after the Belmont Sprint Rock Magic would have ...

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Swan View home has style

LIMESTONE steps lead up to the big deep portico of this attractive Swan View home, which has high ceilings and quality fittings and fixtures. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home has a formal living and dining area and an open plan family ...

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Eastern Suns juniors represent WA

THREE Kalamunda Eastern Suns players have been recognised among the best young basketball talent in the country after being selected to represent Western Australia in the U16 Australian Junior Basketball Championships. Ella Thornton-Elliott (named as reserve), Brooke Malone and Maddison ...

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Bushmead designed to save energy and water

NESTLED in bushland surrounds in the foothills of the Darling Range, the new community of Bushmead by Cedar Woods recently received a six leaf certification under the Urban Development Institute of Australia’s EnviroDevelopment program. The former Bushmead Rifle Range is ...

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Strata shake up to benefit Metronet

THE State Government’s decision to reform strata title legislation will allow its Metronet plan to transform how Western Australians think about public transport, according to the Property Council WA. Executive director Lino Iacomella said the government’s plan to introduce community ...

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WA new home lending falls

NEW home lending fell in Western Australia in March but increased nationally, according to housing finance figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on May 15. Housing Industry Association economist Geordan Murray said the statistics showed lending to owner-occupiers ...

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Swan Valley event for cyclists

A FUN, non-competitive team-based cycling event designed to cater for riders of all levels will be held at Oakover Grounds next month. Bicycling Western Australia said its first Cyclo Sportif event for 2017 will be held on Sunday, June 25. ...

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