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New drug could reduce the need for dialysis

SWAN, Kalamunda and Mundaring residents suffering from terminal kidney disease could potentially have their need for dialysis reduced if a new drug undergoing a trial is successful. Linear Clinical Research chief executive officer Michael Winlo said preparations had been completed ...

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Search for MH370 to re-start

PAUL Weeks from The Vines was one of the 239 people on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 when it disappeared on March 8, 2014 during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Echo News understands Mr Weeks’ family no longer live ...

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Upgrade to Edney Primary School

EDNEY Primary School has received a grant available to community organisations and not-for-profits, to assist in delivering important upgrades to facilities and programs. In addition the McGowan Government has allocated $10 million for the redevelopment of Darling Range Sports College. ...

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Swan Valley wine writer’s new book

AUTHOR and former journalist Mike Zekulich, who spent his early life in the Swan Valley, has published an autobiography. An Eye for a Story follows his work on the valley’s rich wine history recorded in several books on the WA ...

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February date for HyperFest

HYPERFEST, Perth’s only drug, smoke and alcohol-free music festival will be held at Midland Oval on February 24. The City of Swan said 3500 people visited Midland Oval to check out more than 66 artists across four live stages and ...

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Gidgegannup home has lifestyle options

ALL year-round outdoor entertaining is easy at this Gidgegannup home with an enclosed alfresco area extending from the main living area. Overlooking sloping gardens and Susannah Lakes the alfresco area has air-conditioning and ceiling fans. On the other side of ...

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Big fall in WA new home sales

IN September new detached house sales fell by 15.1 per cent in Western Australia, according to the Housing Industry Association. The association’s senior economist Shane Garrett said the decline in new home sales, which started in 2015 continued with a ...

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Great Eastern Highway from hell

Mundaring business and Midland residents that make the commute to Mundaring are losing patience with Main Roads WA, as the safety upgrade of Great Eastern Highway continues to drag on, six months past the expected completion date of stage one. ...

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