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Liberal promise for Ellenbrook pool

By Sally McGlew SWAN Hills Liberal candidate Rod Henderson says the Ellenbrook community have missed out on a pool. Mr Henderson said  the WA Liberals would provide an additional $9 million to ensure the Ellenbrook Aquatic Centre is  funded by ...

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Drumming up support for climate action

By Sally McGlew  DRUMMERS for Climate Action took to James Street, Guildford on Sunday, February 14, encouraging people to take action on global warming and in support of Councillor Ian Johnson’s motion to report on the feasibility of zero net carbon ...

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Animal welfare high priority

THE health and wellbeing of more than 750 animals and wildlife affected by the devastating fires in the Perth Hills was assessed by a team of professionals last week. The joint effort behind the bushfire animal welfare response included the ...

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Long road to recovery

By Claire Ottaviano SEVEN days to the hour since the start of a fire that razed 86 homes, impacted Gidgegannup and Wooroloo residents stood together to start the recovery process. The fire started in Wooroloo on Monday, February 1 and ...

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Shattered

wooroloo bushfire house lost

By Melissa Sheil and Claire Ottaviano UPDATE – After Echo News went to print on Thursday morning the number of homes lost was raised to 81 THE tight-knit community of Tilden Park sat together and watched as flames enveloped their ...

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Request denied to remove noisy backboard

By Sally McGlew A REQUEST to remove a basketball hoop in Noonan Park, Caversham has been denied after Council heard some impassioned speeches for its retention at the Ordinary Council Meeting on January 20. Cr David Lucas proposed the basketball ...

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Equestrians allocated much needed funds

By Sally McGlew DECISIONS on the future management options for the State Equestrian Centre (SEC) have been deferred for a future date with the City of Swan including $180,000 in their budget for the facility for the 2021/22 financial year. ...

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