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No time crisis for Meth crisis centre

EXCLUSIVE IT may have taken 18 months, but the tender to turn a sobering-up house on Eveline Road into a methamphetamine intervention centre has been awarded. Cyrenian House, a not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating in the alcohol and ...

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Timely reminder for sun safety

Save Perth Hills

By Claire Ottaviano FROM a battle for the people to a battle for her health, Save Perth Hills’ Paige McNeil is stepping back from planning issues and stepping up for melanoma awareness. The Stoneville resident is on an urgent waitlist ...

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Eco art for a healthy mind

Breanna Inferrera A GROUP of strong women across the Eastern and Perth Hills region have taken up eco art classes for their mental health and wellbeing. The classes, which are held at the Mundaring Adult Creative and Learning Centre, are ...

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Home salons turning tide

By Claire Ottaviano WHILE the long-term effects of COVID-19 remain to be seen, for one hills business owner it has meant turning away from the traditional bricks and mortar shop front and towards the comfort and safety of working from ...

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Miss NAIDOC powerhouse

Miss NAIDOC Perth 2020

By Claire Ottaviano FOUR inspiring women from the eastern region are vying for the 2020 Miss NAIDOC Perth crown. Ellenbrook’s Rekeisha Voss, Middle Swan’s Majorie Hansen, High Wycombe’s Kaedisha Westberg and Aveley’s Tamika Ponton are four of 10 finalists selected ...

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Socks project to help homeless

SWAN Rotary have teamed up with Midland Big W to help the homeless this winter with their Socks In The City project. For many of the homeless in our community, winter is a time where a fresh pair of socks ...

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Correct entrances crucial for testing

St John of God Midland Public and Private Hospitals is reminding people to use the correct entrances for the hospital, as part of its COVID restrictions. Hospital chief executive Michael Hogan said it is important that the public uses the ...

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