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Hills mountain biker US bound

IN six short years hills teenager Bailey Christie rose from rookie status to an elite mountain biker, now bound for the US next month to compete on the world stage. The 18-year-old is racing in the Enduro World Series, the ...

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Community rally around cockatoo crisis film

HUNDREDS of Perth Hills residents turned out in support of one WA filmmaker’s effort to reveal the alarming conditions black cockatoos face as their habitats rapidly disappear. More than 300 people attended the Black Cockatoo Crisis documentary fundraiser in Piesse ...

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Gidgegannup Men’s Shed first birthday

BORN out of a critical need for community support, the Gidgegannup Men’s Shed recently celebrated its first birthday along with the many milestones it has made on the way. After the February 2021 bushfire that tore through Wooroloo and Gidgegannup, ...

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Zig Zag keeps night closure

Zig Zag Scenic Drive

CITY of Kalamunda councillors pushed back against a staff recommendation this week to permanently close the Zig Zag Scenic Drive, instead proposing an alternate motion to maintain evening closure only. A lengthy debate ensued at Tuesday’s council meeting where staff’s ...

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Billy carts fest gets funding

SHIRE of Mundaring councillors voted to support one of the region’s most unique and popular events at last week’s council meeting, with additional funding that will pay for its hefty insurance bill. The Hills Billy Cart festival has become an ...

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Hills celebrate Donkey Day

Donkey Day

THE Donkey Awareness Walk has returned this weekend to raise awareness for the millions of working donkeys worldwide. Non-profit organisation Animal Aid Abroad in partnership with Donkey Society of WA are hosting the walk this Saturday, May 7 in Darlington  ...

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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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Hands-on conservation experience

Walliston PS conservation

WALLISTON Primary School students were converted into young conservationists during a recent hands-on project to protect endangered wildlife. The Re-Cyc-Ology Project environmental educator Danielle Crichton and environmental scientist Simon Cherriman visited the school to install an artificial nesting box for ...

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