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Case of the missing trees

PARKERVILLE resident Bob Roget says thieves may have stolen trees currently at the centre of a court case against him by the Shire of Mundaring. The Shire will allege that Mr Roget illegally moved about eight to ten trees from ...

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Training for Aboriginal youth

ROYAL Life Saving WA is this month offering an extended bronze medallion course for Aboriginal participants from the KOYA Aboriginal Corporation. The course is being held at the Swan Park Leisure Centre with the aim of assisting the young people ...

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Corellas a nuisance in Midland

IN the past year a permit has been issued to cull up to 1400 corellas in the Midland and Swan Valley areas. A Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) spokeswoman said the permit was for up to 1000 little ...

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Motions considered at Mundaring council

COUNCILLORS discussed and made decisions on eight out of 10 electors’ motions at a Shire of Mundaring Council meeting this week. During deputation and question time several residents spoke for the motions, presented by electors at the December annual electors ...

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Have a swing at free open day

MUNDARING Tennis Club will hold a free open day to welcome new members and celebrate a recent grant to upgrade lighting. Club publicity officer Felicity Pexton said the $150,000 government grant would replace the current old basketball lights and help ...

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Homeless charity gig at Funk Cider

A GIG for the Homeless will be held at Funk Cider in Caversham on Saturday, February 17 from 1pm to 5pm. Organiser Marshall Lambert, who also runs the Midland Blues Club, said the average person does not realise how bad ...

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Oval development surges forward

THE debate over Midland Oval has taken a turn, with the first sign of community support emerging as an integral part of the first stage of the redevelopment quietly slipped through the City of Swan at Wednesday night’s council meeting. ...

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Schoolgirl takes on UFC Heavyweight

Mundaring Primary School student Siobhan Oman took on her toughest opponent last weekend, submitting UFC Heavyweight Mark Hunt outside Perth Arena. The 10-year-old Mixed Martial Arts fan, who trains in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai at Kalamunda Kickboxing and ...

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Mahogany Creek home has views and fauna

GRASS trees, mature fruit trees, underground power, fauna and views to the north across the valley of Strettle Rd reserve are just some of the attractions of this double storey four-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Mahogany Creek. The rendered American-style home ...

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Twilight markets bring crowds

WARM weather drew in crowds for the second annual Mundaring Twilight Markets last weekend. Mundaring Rotary Club president Geoff Francis said the local community, government and business run and supported event was a “roaring success” with several thousand people attending. ...

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