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ECHO NEWS
17 May 2024

Midland sisters play for West Coast Fever as they face down Firebirds, Midland IGA owner receives full compensation, Ellenbrook payment in lieu of parking plan, Crack down on violence against retail workers, Malaga data centre approved, Special state budget wrap, Swan Districts footy club celebrates 90 years, Gidgegannup Small Farm Field Day, Clontarf students look at Water Corp careers, Help for landmark cinema to get back in business and Cougars win while Roos in fourth spot on HFA ladder.
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ECHO NEWS
10 May 2024

Lesmurdie’s mechanical horse brought to life, Midland audience applauds Adrian Fini’s shot at bureaucracy, Kalamunda dentist’s registration reinstated with strict conditions, Swan Active Midland to open after delay, Caz recognised on 65 Roses Day, Students elected to Youth Parliament, Swan SES celebrates 60 years of service to the community, Revo Fitness launches new location with prizes on offer, Hawks too good for Bulldogs in the HFA, Swan break losing streak with 17-point win, Fever’s Sunday Aryang dominant in defence.
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ECHO NEWS
3 May 2024

Kalamunda bike trails to be upgraded, Most Swan councillors agree to rate increase, Indigo Junction aims to provide housing for youth in crisis, Police seek information after man approaches school children, Swan prioritises advocacy projects, Growlers visit Pearce, PTA responds to Cale Street questions, York CRC fraud case update, Cycle club builds vintage criterium for junior racer, Mt Helena pays tribute to their WW II veterans, Guildford Grammar launch AFLW team, Mundaring beat Mt Helena in Hills footy and Swans WAFLW victorious over Claremont.
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ECHO NEWS
26 April 2024

Crown apprentice chefs train in Swan Valley, Midland singer retires after 50 years, Cale Street level crossing frustrates residents, Mundaring to replace local planning scheme 4, Environment minister awaits York tip committee findings, Wine exports need more investment, Climate experts warn of potential consequences, Indigo Junction receives $5m grant, Historic Midland oak moves east, Pet surrender requests rise, Remembering Guildford’s Roach family Anzacs, Mundaring hosts Cadets WA conference, Purple Road highlights elder abuse, Swan View beat Bullsbrook in Hills Football Association round two.
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ECHO NEWS
19 April 2024

Aboriginal cultural heritage concerns over York landfill bid, Lilac Hill revegetation, York off-road upgrades, Noongar public art showcased, Swan vacant land tax increase proposal revoked, Granny flat lot requirements removed, Nationals at Kalamunda show, Mundaring forum talks disaster resilience, Nationals promise disaster recovery agency, Off-grid house tour in Bellevue, Child services receiving extra funding, New Swan executive director, EMRC CEO retires, Heritage hand tools exhibited, Swan EV push, Hills climate group celebrates achieving targets, Harold Ernest Whiteman commemorated, West Coast Fever defeat Giants.
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