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BYO bags as plastic phase-out starts

JULY 1 marks the end of an era for single-use plastic bags in WA, but shoppers are reminded that some stores, including Woolworths, stopped using the environmentally harmful bags from Wednesday this week.  Woolworths Midland operations manager Zoe Corcoran said ...

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Swan View good Samaritan bashed

A SWAN View man remains in hospital after he was attacked outside his home while attempting to aid in a verbal dispute that  turned violent on Saturday night.  The 60-year-old victim is being treated for a fractured skull, broken nose ...

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Gooseberry Hill favourite gets face-lift

LE CROISSANT du Moulin has been granted a new lease on life thanks to two Pickering Brook sisters. Dominica and Marissa Ferrari have purchased the long-running Gooseberry Hill café after the departure of owner Franck Maurice and while it will ...

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City on back foot as Bropho slams consultation

THE City of Swan has defended its Indigenous consultation processes in relation to Midland Oval after serious questions were raised at the Special Elector’s Meeting on Monday night – questions that Mayor David Lucas seemed unable to answer. Two deputations ...

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Mayhem mars meeting

ONLINE insults, legal threats, violence and intimidation – the battle over Midland Oval is officially getting nasty as the community reels from the unprovoked attack on City of Swan Mayor David Lucas on Monday night. A 67-year-old Midland man, believed ...

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Raising money to beat cancer

PEARCE air base staff have held a World’s Biggest Morning Tea event to fundraise for Cancer Council Australia. Wing commander (WGCDR) Brett Mitchell said events such as the World’s Biggest Morning Tea helped to recognise the importance of base relationships ...

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