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Open day at Spring Road kindy

SPRING Road Community Kindergarten’s open day on Sunday, May 20 will have face painting, play dough activities, story-time and a sausage sizzle. During the event, which runs from 11am to 1pm, parents will be able to enrol their child to ...

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New grains research centre

A NEW grains research facility in Northam will enable scientists, industry and the community to come together to address grains production issues and keep the WA industry ahead of international competition, according to Agriculture and Food Minister Alannah MacTiernan. The ...

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Elegant custom-built Greenmount home

THERE is something for everyone to enjoy at this custom-built three-bedroom, three-bathroom Greenmount home, which sits on an elevated block on the scarp. The brick and iron home has a parents’ retreat, indoor and outdoor entertainment options, a cubby house ...

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Swan brew costs unlikely to drop

A PRE-budget commitment to improve equity for craft beer producers has met with a mixed response from Swan Valley breweries. Last week, Treasurer Scott Morrison announced the excise rebate for all breweries will rise from $30,000 a year to $100,000. ...

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Chidlow claim top spot

CHIDLOW have gained the ascendency in their rivalry with Gidgegannup, with the Cougars putting on a final quarter clinic to claim victory over the Bulldogs 16.13 (109) to 7.8 (50). With the win, Chidlow claimed top-spot on the Hills Football ...

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Runners set to claim throne

THE WA Marathon Club (WAMC) is running the annual King of the Mountain Trail Run on Sunday May 20, starting from Helena Valley Primary School to Fred Jacoby Park, Mundaring. The King of the Mountain is an unique and challenging ...

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Fire gawkers anger residents

CROWDS of onlookers blocking roads and restricting exits in an effort to get a look at a major fire that threatened homes in Aveley have angered residents.  A 15-year-old boy and two 14-year-old boys from Ellenbrook were charged after Arson ...

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Developer responds to kangaroo deaths

IN response to public concern Bushmead developer Cedar Woods says its working with the Department of Conservation and the City of Swan to aid kangaroo crossing and risk to motorists in the streets bordering the new estate.  Helena Valley resident ...

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