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Hills COVID scare

COVID scare in the Hills 2022

By Morgan de Smidt  A COVID positive patient put a High Wycombe doctor’s surgery on red alert last week and sent one staff member into quarantine. Staff at Stirk Medical on Edney Road were treated as casual contacts after the ...

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Scottish comedians head to the hills

Kalamunda Fringe Festival 2022

By Morgan de Smidt  SCOTSMAN David Callan, one of three Scottish comedians in WA, is headed to Kalamunda Fringe World Festival in February. The comedic storyteller is a familiar face for local comedy lovers that have attended his shows at ...

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Kalamunda heroes recognised

Kalamunda's community heroes

KALAMUNDA’S local heroes were celebrated last month at the City’s annual Thank a Volunteer event for their extensive commitment to the community. Mental health advocate and Gooseberry Hill resident Darren Peterson was presented a City of Kalamunda Local Hero Award ...

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Norma named Freeman

By Melissa Sheil TWO Kalamunda stalwarts were awarded the City’s highest honour at a surprise ceremony last week. Norma Walsh and her late husband Max were named honorary Freeman of the City of Kalamunda last Tuesday, in front of councillors, ...

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Find the fairy doors

By Melissa Sheil MAGIC is in the air in Kalamunda, as five new fairy doors popped up across Stirk Park. The doors, which now join the other 23 across the village were installed and created by a mysterious benefactor. “My ...

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Kalamunda doctor wins prestigious award

By Melissa Sheil MEAD Medical Centre in Kalamunda can now boast they employ one of the best doctors in Western Australia. Rebecca Hunt-Davies was announced as the best General Practioner (GP) supervisor in the state by the Royal Australian College ...

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Snug as a bug

RESIDENTS at Parry House Aged Care in Lesmurdie are sure to be warm and cosy this winter, thanks to gifts from the Inner Wheel Club of Kalamunda (IWC). Members of the IWC, the female equivalent of the Rotary Club, knitted ...

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