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Battle for Robinson Road not over

By Claire Ottaviano SWAN Mayor Kevin Bailey wants to see the retention of Robinson Road added to the City’s advocacy priorities list. Cr Bailey’s motion for an urgent briefing with the City and the Public Transport Authority on the proposed ...

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Woodbridge history inspires poets

By Claire Ottaviano WITH more than 125 years of history, the empty rooms and halls of historic Woodbridge house sometimes feel alive say two poets who have taken up a 15-day residency in the home to creatively immerse themselves in ...

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Man charged over Wooroloo fire

By Rebecca Peppiatt Wooroloo residents have this week been devastated to learn the bushfire that tore through their community in February, destroying 86 homes, was entirely preventable. Arson Squad detectives charged 40-year-old Daniel Gunter Preuss last week after a five-month ...

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Swan Council culture review

By Claire Ottaviano A PUSH for a workplace culture review at City of Swan Council is expected to come before councillors for adoption at the August 25 monthly meeting. The motion by Cr Claire Scanlan requests a report on the ...

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Call to help for artistic twins

By Rebecca Peppiatt Mundaring twins Chloe Spicer and Miranda Jakens are walking in their mother’s footsteps by becoming accomplished artists and now they are teaming up to try and exhibit her work. Sallie Spicer was born in Burma and grew ...

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Community farewells Margaret Kidson

By Claire Ottaviano  THE Ellenbrook and wider Swan community are this week mourning the passing of community champion Margaret Kidson. Mrs Kidson died on Wednesday, July 14, four days after her 82nd birthday. She was born into humble beginnings in ...

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