Home / Newspage 408

News

Super council rejected

Kalamunda residents at a forum last week heard guest speakers outline their concerns about council mergers. THE Shire of Kalamunda has refuted claims that the turmoil faced by the council last year has made it an easy target if council ...

Read More »

Nowhere to ride

A licensed road registered trail bike rider riding along the Sawyers Valley powerlines trail, one of the few designated areas for bike riders. �A LACK of designated areas for trail bike riders has been highlighted following the rescue of quad ...

Read More »

East Side News

A MEDICARE funded radiology practice in Midland, which stopped providing mammogram services, is calling on the Federal Government to better index Medicare rebates to ensure the service remains viable.� Despite opening its first state-of-the-art radiology practice in Midland four years ...

Read More »

Secure care cut

A stoneville facility promoted by the State Government as the start of quality care for children in state care with complex problems and behaviours has had its bed numbers stripped due to budget cuts. The Kath French Secure Care Centre ...

Read More »

Lack of info a glitch

AFTER complaints by residents that harvest and vehicle movement bans were not being posted on the City of Swans website the council says bans will now be posted soon after they are declared. Chief executive officer Mike Foley said the ...

Read More »

Rodeo Arena to close

STAMPEDE Arena will have to find a new home with the Department of Defence telling the organisation it has to leave its Bullsbrook premises by the end of February next year. On November 6 the department said the rodeo organisation?s ...

Read More »

Civilian flights from Pearce?

THE Department of Defence has revealed it has recently considered the potential for Pearce air base to support civilian flights as part of a State Government aviation strategy. A department spokeswoman said Defence had been working with the West Australian ...

Read More »

Subdivision ruffles feathers

Residents are concerned trees used for roosting by endangered cockatoo species will be lost if a new development goes ahead in Parkerville. DOZENS of residents met this week to air their concerns over a proposed 58-home development on land owned ...

Read More »

Celebrating Shakespeare

IN a Western Australian first, three local community groups will combine to produce a repertory-style festival of three of Shakespeare’s most important plays, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Othello. Each play will have an evening performance as well as ...

Read More »

The Christmas Candle is heartwarming

THE Christmas Candle is a timeless holiday film for the entire family from� bestselling author Max Lucado, who also makes a cameo in the film. Now showing, the film takes audiences� deep into the heart of the English countryside where ...

Read More »