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Australian of the Year finalist

By Melissa Sheil A MAIDA VALE lecturer has been announced as a contender for the prestigious 2022 Australian of the Year title, recognised for his industrious efforts alleviating digital hardship for disabled people. Dr Scott Hollier, a digital guru, is ...

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Mundaring couple offer refuge

By Rebecca Peppiatt A Mundaring caravan park has become a beacon of hope for those struggling with the housing crisis after offering their sites to those that have nowhere else to turn. Shorrelle Watkins and her partner Mark Kelly from ...

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Keep safe trick or treating say police

By Rebecca Peppiatt WITH the popularity of trick or treating on the rise, local police are warning families to stay safe while having fun this Halloween. Many local communities post an online list of properties willing to participate in the ...

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Eye on Crime

Liquorland thief identity sought At about 6.45pm on Thursday September 2, an unknown male, approximately 30 years old wearing an aboriginal design/artwork polo shirt and a red/black Chicago Bulls cap entered the Liquorland in the Mundaring Village Shopping Centre and ...

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Gridiron season kicks off

By Rebecca Peppiatt IT’S the start of the NFL season in Western Australia and while the game, otherwise known as American Football, has been played here since 1988, it’s really starting to ramp up with two local clubs now part ...

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Students play police in basketball

STUDENTS from Kalamunda Secondary Education Support Centre (KSESC) faced off against a team of Forrestfield Police members in a game of basketball last Friday, concluding a week of celebrations for Mental Health Week. Before the game, the students received a ...

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