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History captured in photography awards

PHOTO’s depicting the Shire of Mundaring as it once was, have been lauded in a competition, winning some of them a $100 cash prize. Snapped! a historic photo competition, was run in conjunction with Mundaring Hills Historical Society and Shire ...

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Spring has sprung

THE Perth Hills Spring Festival is back for another year, with the City of Kalamunda launching a program of more than 60 different events that kick off this weekend. From this Friday October 8 to November 21, the City will ...

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Grasshopper soccer jumps to Swan

By Melissa Sheil NON-COMPETITIVE soccer for kids will soon kick off in the City of Swan. The Grasshoppers soccer program will begin in Ellenbrook and Swan View in the next few weeks, with aim of teaching children aged two to ...

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Impeccable design for both horse and human

THIS exceptional equestrian estate embodies sophistication, function and amenity. An extensive family residence, expansive poolside entertaining, unparalleled equine facilities and stunning views in one of WA’s premier equine precincts combines to a veritable real estate gem. Designed with a central ...

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Artists open their doors

By Rebecca Peppiatt It’s that time of year again when artists from throughout the Shire of Mundaring open the doors to their studios and allow the general public to wander through and admire their work. Sixty-one artists at 30 studio ...

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Mundaring voting gets livestreamed

By Rebecca Peppiatt For the first time in history, the Shire of Mundaring will have its election count livestreamed to the general public, thanks to an entrepreneurial and forward thinking 15-year-old. Owen Briffa, from Parkerville, has been granted permission by ...

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NAIDOC back with a bang

By Claire Ottaviano THE postponement of July NAIDOC week events  did not dampen the spirit, energy and enthusiasm of community members who came out to celebrate at the rescheduled City of Swan NAIDOC event on Tuesday. This year’s theme, Heal ...

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Dayton murderer unknown

By Claire Ottaviano FOUR days into the murder investigation of pregnant mother-of-three Janet Dweh, it is still unclear if any potential homicide charges will include the death of her unborn child. No charges have yet been laid for the tragic ...

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Red and blue no place in chamber

By Claire Ottaviano AN attempt to force Swan councillors to declare their political party ties on a public register was shut down by the majority of Council at the September meeting. All but one other councillor present, Cr Tanya Richardson, ...

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