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Film a Kate Sanders passion

KATE Sanders of Middle Swan has spent the past year or so working on The Decadent and Depraved recording stills and capturing the essence of what has been called WA’s first ‘gritty’ Western feature film. Filmed in the remote outback ...

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New studio popular with youth

THE Swan City Youth Service’s new state of the art recording studio is rarely empty with the young people utilising it every chance they get at the service’s new home in Padbury Tce. As well as the recording studio the ...

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Funding for Brigadoon wetlands

IT may be the top spot in Western Australia for horse sports, but the State Equestrian Centre in Brigadoon is also an area of environmental and cultural significance. Located in the City of Swan, the Waugal Lagoon wetlands at the ...

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Dirt jumper bikes stolen

TWO dirt jumper bikes were stolen from a property in Jane Brook on Sunday, January 7 between 2.30pm and 3.30pm. One of the bikes is a customised bike with a distinctive fluorescent green frame, gold handle bars and white forks ...

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Ellenbrook settlement agent fined

AN Ellenbrook settlement agent has been fined $14,000 by the State Administrative Tribunal for their role in relation to two failed Pilbara strata property deals involving what is termed mezzanine financing. Consumer Protection commissioner David Hillyard said KDD Conveyancing Services ...

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New roundabout for Park St

A SECTION of Park St and Fairmount Blvd in Brabham and Starflower Pl in Henley Brook will be temporarily closed to vehicles from Wednesday, January 31 for 11 weeks. The temporary closure is to allow for the construction of a ...

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More nbn-powered plans available

ANOTHER 200 homes and businesses in Toodyay can now order an nbn-powered plan from a phone or internet provider. They join more than 1700 homes and businesses in parts of Toodyay, Dumbarton, Coondle and Julimar that are already able to ...

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Boxes hatch successful results

A CONSERVATION project in the Shire of Mundaring is yielding successful results after the discovery of Australian Wood Duck eggs in purpose made nesting boxes. Six boxes made by Mundaring Men’s Shed and constructed by Mundaring Christian College students also ...

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Gift has Guildford friends grinning

TWO life-long friends from Guildford are off to a thrilling start to the year after winning a share of $32 million in Lotto thanks to some Christmas spirit. The pair and four other WA division 1 winners took home $1.42m ...

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