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Thoughts on Zig Zag reopening divides

By Melissa Sheil NOTED by City of Kalamunda staff as one of the most “topical issues in recent times”, popular opinion on the fate of the Zig Zag Scenic Drive remains divided according to a community consultation survey. Despite more ...

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Kalamunda offer land into Native Title

By Melissa Sheil KALAMUNDA Council have supported the transfer of three parcels of land into Noongar ownership ahead of a signing ceremony to progress the South West Native Title Settlement this week. At last week’s meeting, Council supported the transfer ...

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Construction complaints considered

By Melissa Sheil CITY of Kalamunda staff revealed they are taking resident complaints regarding the Hale Road subdivision site seriously. As reported last week in ‘Hassle with the Hales’ (Echo News, March 28) several residents living nearby the Forrestfield construction ...

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Kalamunda gets the jab

By Melissa Sheil THE world’s most highly anticipated vaccine has finally come to the Hills, the first batch having rolled out in Kalamunda over the last two weeks. Stirk Medical Group on Canning Road were the first in the City ...

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Speed sign mishap

By Melissa Sheil INVESTIGATION is underway as to how a small residential street in High Wycombe mistakenly ended up with a 90km/h speed sign. The traffic sign on Kenneth Road, which has since been removed, listed the speed limit as ...

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Hassle with The Hales

By Melissa Sheil DUST everywhere, cracks in houses and a lack of communication is what residents living next to the The Hales subdivision in Forrestfield say has been the norm since construction started near their homes six months ago. Heath ...

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Central Lane project safety worries residents

By Melissa Sheil DESPITE general approval of the controversial Central Mall upgrade plan, pedestrian safety remains a key concern for residents, according to a community consultation report. Alongside additions such as trees, seating and art, the Central Lane project will ...

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