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A NEW website showcasing the land management practices Aboriginal people have carried out in the Wheatbelt was launched in Northam on Thursday. more »
IN 1834, Thomas Waters’ Olive Farm produced the Swan Valley’s first commercial vintage and started what would become one of WA’s most enduring industries. more »
Local residents at one of the three public forums held to discuss amalgamation. more »
AN information session will be held in Northam on March 26 for people interested in testifying at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Abuse. more »
HAZELMERE conservationist group Men of the Trees is gearing up at an attempt at the Guinness World Record for the most number of seedlings planted simultaneously in an hour. more »
THE East Metropolitan police district was the worst performer in Perth for the number of road deaths last year, new figures show. more »
THE Wheatbelt region will continue to be the State’s agricultural powerhouse, according to the WA Planning Commission’s Regional Planning and Infrastructure Frameworks. more »
A NUMBER of landholders in the Wheatbelt have begun to receive part of a $2 million grant to protect native flora and fauna in the region. more »
THE spotlight was on WA this week, with Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Opposition leader Bill Shorten visiting the State as the Senate campaign ramped up. more »
LABOR Senate candidate Joe Bullock visited Naval Base on Wednesday, the first main visit from a candidate with the campaign officially kicking off this week. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Dog Refuge update.