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Gridiron girls start to make their mark

Gridiron Hills

THE newest women’s gridiron team in the WA league, Hills Valkyries, are starting to make their mark after a blistering attempt against the established and top ranking Perth Broncos late last year. The Chidlow-based club, made up entirely of women, ...

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Bikes targeted by thieves

By Rebecca Peppiatt A spate of burglaries in the Mundaring area is concerning police who say they are almost powerless to stop them without assistance from the public. Mike Tite, Officer in Charge at Mundaring Police Station, says he believes ...

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Better phone signal on the way for Chidlow

Chidlow residents will soon have better mobile phone and internet coverage thanks to a new Telstra base station. Regional manager Boyd Brown said the new base station, jointly funded by the Federal Government and Telstra under the Priority Locations Round ...

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Chidlow gets its park

By Rebecca Peppiatt It’s the outcome everyone was hoping for, but no one saw coming; the tiny town of Chidlow securing local, State and Federal funding for a state-of-the-art skate park. Now the idea has come to fruition and work ...

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Home among the gum trees

MODERN and classy Australiana is the foundation on which 500 Keenan Road is built, splicing contemporary architecture into the natural splendour of the Chidlow bushland. Set upon five acres and located only minutes away from the local swimming hole, Lake ...

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Chidlow lakeside living

POSITIVELY  overflowing with frills, this unique forest home offers a tranquil hideaway from the stresses of life, with charming features, abundant space and a location to die for. Situated in Chidlow, only minutes’ walk away from the iconic Lake Leschenaultia, ...

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Rare stag sighting in Chidlow

By Claire Ottaviano CHIDLOW resident Emmanuelle Daw was faced with an unexpected sight when she stepped into her paddock on Sunday. A friendly and curious stag was spotted meandering his way over to her goats. Hailing from France, Mrs Daw ...

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Victory for Chidlow military heritage

Chidlow World War II army camp

By Claire Ottaviano THE induction of a parcel of Chidlow’s World War II Army Camps onto the Shire of Mundaring’s heritage list is a monumental step in the community’s crusade to see the site formally recognised. Before Tuesday night, when ...

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