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ECHO NEWS
23 February 2024

Maida Vale charity concert raising funds for meningococcal survivor, State and federal pollies field questions from small business owners, Former Swan mayors oppose vacant land tax increase, Midvale gun shop has license stripped, Woolworths store proposed for Maida Vale, Council caveats on relaxed granny flat amendments, Free tree giveaway returns to Swan, Firearm buy-back begins, Ellenbrook park cops dog ban, Motion recognises financial abuse nationally, Pink Floyd tribute band to play at Mundaring Weir Hotel and Bassendean resident to tackle Rottnest Swim.
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ECHO NEWS
16 February 2024

Historic tramway will link Whiteman Park and train station, Mundaring to take more time on North Parkerville decision, Toodyay facing heritage charges, Invasive beetle found in the City of Swan, Motion to increase infill and tree canopy has land-tax sting, Malaga signage company closes after nearly 40 years, Hold up on Swan View cricket infrastructure, Busy months for Mundaring SES, Retail theft leads crime rates, Swan Valley senior provides a haven for special needs dogs, Swans sign Sydney Stack and mixed results for Midland Guildford seniors.
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ECHO NEWS
9 February 2024

Vacancies for both parties at the next state election as two long-serving politicians step back, Barry Rhodes’ forestry career remembered, Review of JDAP decision sought in the Supreme Court, City of Swan to review vape seller restrictions, update on Safer Midland initiative, Wooroloo fire charges dropped, Filming underway in Darlington, Three-week benching for concussion under new guidelines, Heat record set in Swan Valley, Future of Mundaring outdoor cinema in limbo, Company charged over forklift injury and Swan Districts name WAFLW co-captains for 2024.
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ECHO NEWS
2 February 2024

City of Swan celebrates community champions and citizens, Western Power re-energise transmission lines after storm destruction, Mundaring GP suspended, John Frylinck search continued by community, Midland private hospital project announced, More heritage around Earlsferry House sought, Licensing and insurance issues put Midland Farmers markets on hold, Swan Chamber of Commerce Hour of Power returns for 2024, Bassendean apartment builder enters liquidation, Mundaring, York and Kalamunda honour citizens, Hyper festival back in Midland and former Governor Stirling student helps Diamonds to victory.
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ECHO NEWS
26 January 2024

Fire-affected Parkerville residents speak out, Storm destroys heritage-listed tree, Hills outdoor cinema season could end early after storm, Midland hospital admits six code yellows during Christmas break, Red Hill nbn upgrades amongst first in the world, Alternatives to Helena Street level crossing closure leave residents unhappy, Alleged saddle swindler under investigation, Kalamunda resident surveys community perception on additional pedestrian crossing, Heritage review sought for Midland home, Naming debate for additional federal seat continues and Midland Guildford victorious in one-day matches.
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