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Baseballer dares to dream

Talented baseballer Jordan Bill of Swan View has been named St John of God Midland hospitals’ Aboriginal Youth Ambassador. Jordan Bill of Swan View comes from a sports loving family so he has had all the family support and encouragement ...

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Cattle man in Stratton

After selling his small herd of cows Adam Fernandez of Stratton can only dream about tending cattle while pruning the fruit trees. ADAM Fernandez of Stratton says he is happily retired and enjoying pottering around the garden tending to the ...

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Friendships set to blossom

RESIDENTS are invited to come along on Sunday morning to plant some trees and check out the newest community garden in the hills. To celebrate Planet Ark’s National Tree Day, Zanthorrea Nursery is sponsoring a tree planting at Kalamunda Community ...

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Ken’s campaign kicks off

Federal Hasluck MHR Ken Wyatt invited residents to sit down and chat with him about issues bothering them over a coffee at Arlena’s General Store in Guildford last week. DESPITE a federal election yet to be called, Federal Hasluck MHR� ...

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Adrian’s on the move

LABOR candidate for Hasluck Adrian Evans has been getting out and about in the lead up to the Federal election, meeting families in Guildford to discuss DisabilityCare Australia and show the deputy prime minister some project that have benefitted from ...

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Toasting the big time

MARTIN Lindsay of The Vines will head to Ohio next month to compete at the World Championship of Public Speaking in Cincinatti. Mr Lindsay said despite being a member of the Guildford Toastmasters Club for eight years he still got ...

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EPA approves waste technology

THE Environmental Protection Authority has recommended conditional approval for two technologies for processing municipal waste at the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council’s Red Hill site. EPA chairman Paul Vogel said the proposed facility, located west of the existing waste site and ...

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Police warn against sexting

WA Police want to remind young people of the dangers of sexting, after a 16-year-old boy was found in possession of sexually explicit pictures. Sexting refers to the sending of provocative or sexual photographs, messages or videos, via mobile phone ...

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Grape imports approval angers

NEWS the first shipments of imported Californian table grapes started arriving in Perth last Wednesday has sparked sharp criticism from WA grape growers.� Grape Growers’ Association of WA secretary Allyson Kundid said the Federal Government had approved the importation of ...

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Fire brigade moved on

BASSENDEAN’S iconic fire station will close in October but volunteer fire fighters have begun lobbying to stay in Bassendean. The building’s future is yet to be determined but around 60 volunteers will be relocated when the station stops operating in ...

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