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CSIRO’s AI-driven diabetes innovation

A GROUND breaking CSIRO eye-screening technology trialled at Midland GP Superclinic may soon make diabetes related blindness preventable. For the 1.7 million Australians afflicted with the disease, the technology could soon change their lives for the better as previously only ...

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Lack of spraying signs a concern

WA Department of Health senior pesticides safety investigator Paul Iriks has concluded his investigation into an alleged glyphosate spill at an Ellenbrook park which borders Alcala Street and The Broadway. The unnamed park is currently under the auspices of developer ...

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Mundaring cop receives top award

Mundaring Police Officer-in-Charge Sergeant Jeff Taylor was awarded the Australian Police Medal by WA Governor Kerry Sanderson last Friday during an Investiture ceremony at Government House. Sergeant Taylor started his career in 1994 after moving to Perth from Northam, and ...

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City of Swan Mayor Mick Wainwright believes the state budget, handed down on Thursday September 7, will have a positive effect on residents throught the City, particularly those who rely on public transport. However he also pointed out there are ...

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SES volunteers honoured at awards

MUNDARING and Kalamunda State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers have been honoured at the Western Australian Fire and Emergency Services Conference at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre last weekend. Young Kalamunda SES volunteer Brayden Dilley won the Youth Achievement Award ...

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History search on at old Middle Swan

Buried treasure lurks below the ground at the site of old Middle Swan Primary School on Eveline Road, and developers Masonic Care WA and the Midland and Districts Historic Society are teaming up to uncover the mysteries of the past. ...

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Ministers clash over Ellenbrook train line

THE McGowan Government has hit back at Pearce MHR Christian Porter’s claim the State Budget has delivered nothing but broken promises to residents living in Ellenbrook, Aveley and The Vines. On Thursday, September 7 the McGowan Government’s first Budget included ...

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Domenic Pinelli now an Icon

LIKE most Italian migrants who arrived in Western Australia in the 50s and 60s the 2017 winner of the Swan Valley Icon award Domenic Pinelli worked clearing land and on the railways. Mr Pinelli had already been in WA for ...

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Midland line to close for four days

MIDLAND line passengers need to plan ahead, with a four-day, full-line shutdown to start this week. From the evening of Thursday, September 21 to the start of services on Tuesday, September 26, train services on the Midland line will be ...

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