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Shady Hills road gets funding

By Claire Ottaviano SHADY Hills residents will be able to breathe a little easier coming up to the 2022/23 bushfire season after a funding agreement for a secondary access road in and out of the bushfire prone estate was approved. ...

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Swan WAFL bid backed

By Claire Ottaviano THE City of Swan could be welcoming its first WAFL football club in the not so distant future with East Perth setting its sights on a new home in Whiteman. The WAFL team is in discussions with ...

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Puppy farm laws under fire

By Rebecca Peppiatt A REPUTABLE Mount Helena dog breeder and international show judge has criticised part of a state law introduced last week that is aiming to put an end to puppy farming. Myra Thomas-Rhodes, who has been a dog ...

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Emotions run high over building plan

By Rebecca Peppiatt CITY of Kalamunda councillors were heckled at Tuesday night’s council meeting as a controversial motion to endorse development proceedings in Wattle Grove South was approved nine votes to two. In a lengthy meeting that saw deputations from ...

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Making history

By Claire Ottaviano THE Old Guildfordians Mundaring Hockey Club will battle it out against the Westside Wolves this Sunday to win the inaugural Hockey WA Indigenous Round Charlie Burns Cup. The event will open with cultural dance, food and festivities ...

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Pumped for new track

By Rebecca Peppiatt Teens and younger kids in Glen Forrest are gearing up for a meeting next week that will see them give their input and ideas on a new pump track planned for the town. Mundaring Shire is holding ...

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Dancers’ relief at debt write-off

By Claire Ottaviano A LONG-STANDING financial feud between the City of Swan and Zahara Dance Company (ZDC) has been put to bed after council voted to write-off more than $20,000 of unpaid debt allegedly owed by the Midland not-for-profit. At ...

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Hills targeted in crime spree

By Melissa Sheil A GOOSEBERRY Hill home was the target of a terrifying home invasion over the weekend as a gang of youths went on a five hour crime spree across the Perth Hills. Midland detectives are investigating a spate ...

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Tokyo-bound for Midland support worker

By Rebecca Peppiatt Midland support worker Caitlin Dransfield, 30, will be making history next week as the first ever para-badminton player at the Paralympics in Tokyo. Born with right-sided hemiplegic cerebral palsy affecting motor abilities and muscle tone on one ...

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