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ECHO NEWS
14 June 2024

Metallic sculpture exhibition in Midland, Kevin Bartholomew’s Hour of Power, Clayton Street flooding, Kalamunda’s new chief executive officer, Swan SES recognised in awards, Mount Helena Junior Football Club celebrates 60 years, FESA trials robotics for EV fire management, Federal funding to fight shot-hole borers, Firewise gardening guide released, John Todd remembered by Swan Districts, Kabaddi bring global spotlight to Swan, Youth Awards nominations open, Perth Hills United continue winning streak, Swan Districts women’s side defeats West Perth Falcons, Swan View win against Bullsbrook.
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ECHO NEWS
7 June 2024

Notte’s 300th game for Swans, New seat of Bullwinkel proposed, Mundaring FOGO changes, Midland’s registered firearms figure highest in state, Midland’s peak hour traffic explained, Artist with autism keeps striving, Poste Café owners explain decision to close, Homelessness services boosted, Wattle Grove proposal comments sought, Hour of Power challenges bureaucracy, Swan Business Awards nominations closing soon, Swan Hills MLA to retire, Colonial tragedy plaque unveiled, Remote health care from home, Midland Men’s Shed’s gift to Chidlow Primary, Trott’s 900th hockey game, Chidlow defeats Bullsbrook.
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ECHO NEWS
31 May 2024

Swan domestic violence forum calls out perpetrators, Lesmurdie Primary upgrade, Gnangara growers’ groundwater funding increases, Woodlupine students learn life skills, De La Salle 1964 class reunion callout, Deputy mayor votes for report despite imperfections, Lake Leschenaultia café to reopen, DFES storm warning, Stoneville boy in BMX World Championships, Indigenous helpline use increases, Swan community priorities, New tortoise conservation book, Kalamunda school simulates Woolies, Successful York cultural burn, Boys petition for skatepark lights, Swan Districts player reaches game 300.
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ECHO NEWS
24 May 2024

Kalamunda students join national story event, The Vines golf course housing plan angers residents, Directions hearing for Guildford vaudeville theatre, New-look Emergency WA website, Kalamunda residents at Flinders UK reinterment, Researchers seek Parkerville bushfire affected residents’ input until end of May, Successful summer for Strike Force Vulcan, Locals celebrated during national volunteers week, Midland Health Justice partnership provides free on-site lawyer, Kalamunda oboist at Reflections, Swan View tame the Lions in HFA and Swan Districts WAFLW in hard fought win.
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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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