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Mother’s Day in Mundaring

Mother's Day 2022

MUMS in Mundaring and surrounds can kick back this weekend with a warm cuppa and a slice of cake at Mundaring Toy Library’s Mother’s Day craft and morning tea. The toy library is hosting a Mother’s Day event on Saturday, ...

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With honour we remember

THE honour guard will return to Blackboy Hill Commemoration Site this Anzac Day eve and morning after a two year hiatus. Bilgoman District and Midland scout groups have been overseeing the overnight vigil at the memorial for more than 30 ...

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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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Shire of Mundaring councillor resigns

Simon Cuthbert

Shire of Mundaring councillor Simon Cuthbert resigned from his post this week citing the prioritisation of his mental health as the reason for his decision. The popular East Ward representative made the announcement via a local Facebook group Monday night, ...

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Man charged over bee hive attack


A MAN has been charged with criminal damage this week after a senseless attack on a group of beehives in Mundaring in January. John Enkelmann from Westlands Honey was devastated earlier in the year to find millions of his honey-producing ...

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Call to engage Hills youth

Hills youth grant

A FUND to engage young people in the Hills is now open to community groups with an initiative to provide enriching activities for local youth. The Shire of Mundaring’s Youth Engagement Partnership Fund allows community groups to apply for up ...

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‘Pro-Choice’ rile up electors meeting

EMOTIONS ran high at last week’s Mundaring annual electors meeting when an unexpectedly high turnout of ratepayers, coupled with a host of anti-mandate motions, saw police deployed to control the crowd and locals left disappointed they were unable to participate. ...

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North Stoneville postponed again

Save Perth Hills - North Stoneville

THE outcome of a controversial housing development in North Stoneville is still no closer to a resolution after yet another SAT hearing was postponed last week. A year and a half after it was taken to the State Administrative Tribunal ...

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Fitting new patron for art award

Juniper patron.

THE future of a major art award that has kick-started the creative career of many, is now secure thanks to a generous, but very fitting, local. The Robert Juniper Award for the Arts offers up to $10,000 annually to someone ...

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