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Early misses haunt Rangers

Mundaring 10.4 (64) ran out five point winners over Parkerville 7.17 (59) on the weekend in their Round Eight Hills Football Association battle but it was their early inaccuracy that was to prove costly for the Parkerville Bushrangers. Parkerville flew ...

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Moyle celebrates 200th game in style

Kalamunda Eastern Suns player Melissa Moyle celebrated her 200th SBL game in style with a dominant win over the Rockingham Flames at home at the weekend. The 41 point triumph was the second successive win for the Suns and keeps the ...

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Midvale footy clinic flies high

The Midvale Junior Football Club’s inugural all abilities footy clinic was conducted at Ron Jose Oval last weekend. The clinic was supposed to be the final scheduled event of a specifically tailored training program for special needs children. But such ...

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Upmarket bushland living

A unique opportunity to grab a slice of luxurious WA bushland living at its best is currently up for grabs in Kalamunda. This 4 bedroom, 2 ½ bathroom, family home offers a chance to enjoy a residence with a unique ...

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Core awash in gold

Core Martial Arts and its 36-year-old instructor Clayton Simpson are punching above their weight, with three of the four students who qualified to represent the Ellenbrook-based school, winning gold medals at the Australian Taekwondo cadet team trials last week. His ...

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Morunga’s musical magic

Lesmurdie resident Lee Morunga will belt out some Motown classics at the Regal Theatre next month in what promises to be a toe-tapping musical night out. The New Zealand born Morunga went from performing Maori Hakas to singing in The ...

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Planning to keep Zig Zag festival

A lack of volunteers has forced Zig Zag Community Arts (ZZCA) organisers to cancel its popular annual festival in October, which has been a hit with residents for  more than three decades. The not-for-profit community group, that puts on the ...

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Staging speech and drama festival fun

Speech and drama took centre stage when five schools got creative at a festival that drew in over 170 students last week. The number has grown since the festival’s inception last year, which debuted with two schools. This year, the ...

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City of Swan reports on a bid by McDonalds

The City of Swan will submit a report to the Metro East Joint Development Assessment Panel next month on the development application to build a McDonalds in Guildford which drew in over 800 submissions at the close of the public ...

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Serious about the Swan Valley

Grape Growers Association WA president Darryl Trease has cautiously welcomed a State Government funding announcement for the Swan Valley but he says funding a tourism strategy, without sorting out planning issues first, puts the cart before the horse. His comments ...

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