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Kalamunda marches on for Anzacs

WHILE the dawn service at Kalamunda will be restricted in numbers this year, physical attendance of any kind is a huge leap forward after two years of cancelled services. The Kalamunda service usually expects a turn-out of about 8000, but ...

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Avon Valley motorcyclists ride for a reason

AVBDR 2022

HILLS motorcycle enthusiasts recently bound together for a depression and suicide awareness ride. More than 100 bikes turned out for the third annual Avon Valley Black Dog Ride beginning at the Kalamunda Agricultural Hall and winding through Mundaring, York, and ...

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Pause pressed on power pole request

Power poles follow up.

LOCAL residents have been left scratching their heads after Western Power backflipped on recommendations to replace certain types of power poles on private properties. The power provider recently ‘pressed pause’ on the need for residents to repair or replace tripod ...

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Hills puzzlers best in the State

Kalamunda JAKS

PIECE by piece Kalamunda dissectologists Sara Colombini and Julie Bertram puzzled their way into first place at the WA State Jigsaw Puzzle Competition last weekend. The competition, run by the Australian Jigsaw Puzzle Association, hosted 79 teams and 64 competitors ...

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The show will not go on

Kalamunda show cancelled for 2022

THE shock cancellation of the Kalamunda Show for the third-year running is having a ripple effect across the eastern and hills region as other events now contemplate a future under COVID restrictions. Last week Kalamunda and Districts Agricultural Society (KDAS) ...

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Food truck fight

Food truck fight

A SMALL business operator has fought and won the City of Kalamunda to operate a food truck from the Kalamunda Library car park. Marlis Huelsmann spent 12 months arguing that her business would not be in competition with surrounding companies ...

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Kalamunda family brave the shave

Local Heroes

CONVINCING her family to shave their heads was a piece of cake for Kalamunda girl Courtney Robinson who recently raised more than $4000 for the Leukaemia Foundation. This year marked Kalamunda Hotel manager Courtney’s third time fundraising and second time ...

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Kalamunda show good to go

2022, 122nd Kalamunda Show

THE Kalamunda Show is preparing for a triumphant return in 2022 with a new agreement between the City of Kalamunda and the Kalamunda and Districts Agricultural Society (KDAS) securing its long-term future. KDAS committee chairman Wayne Garwood said the new ...

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Local exhibition shares bush tales


By Morgan de Smidt  TALES from the Bush is the result of Kalamunda teacher and artist John Eden’s passions colliding. Making new discoveries while exploring the Perth Hills on his bike motivated Eden to capture the stories of those who ...

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