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Decision on Rigi delayed

By Breanna Inferrera A DECISION to reopen Chalet Rigi restaurant with an increased capacity has been put on hold to allow the community – and councillors – more time to read and understand the associated reports. At Tuesday night’s special ...

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No point to graffiti in National Parks

By Claire Ottaviano COMMUNITY volunteers are going the extra mile to remove unsightly graffiti from hard to reach places of John Forrest National Park. With help from a $1460 WA Police State graffiti community grant, the Swan View Community Association ...

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Tragedy strikes twice in one week

By Breanna Inferrera and Claire Ottaviano THE neighbouring communities of Glen Forrest and Mahogany Creek have been rocked by two fatal crashes in less than one week. The first crash happened on Friday, May 15 when a blue Nissan Skyline ...

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Kalamunda businesses bounce back

By Breanna Inferrera WITH the easing of COVID-19 restrictions right around the corner, some hospitality businesses in the City of Kalamunda have been preparing for what they say is a ‘step in the right direction’. From Monday, dine-in meal services ...

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Manic Monday

MONDAY May 18 can’t come soon enough for local pubs, cafes and restaurants, with the State Government announcement that restrictions on dine-in food outlets are finally relaxing. Times have been tough since noon on March 23, when Premier Mark McGowan ...

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The road to recovery

By Claire Ottaviano IT is not business as usual but a return to some normality is a welcome relief for restaurants and pubs who will look to reopen for sit-down dining from Monday. Although Perth Hills venues will be taking ...

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Kep keeps nose to the ground

By Breanna Inferrera SHE’S known as Australia’s first ever leak detection dog, and now, Kep is putting her unique skills to the test in the City of Kalamunda. The ‘waterwise crusader’, who is from a long line of working English ...

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Survey to settle new station name

By Breanna Inferrera THE permanent name of the Forrestfield-Airport Link’s station in High Wycombe is now in the hands of the community, after an online survey was released earlier this week. The station, currently given the working title Forrestfield Station, ...

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