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Search for missing teenager continues

Wade Dyer was last seen on Thursday, March 19

A GOVERNEMENT department has appealed to the public to help find a missing teenage boy. more »

Mouthy man receives suspended sentence

A MOUTHY man, who was repeatedly told to be quiet in Mandurah Magistrates Court, narrowly avoided going to jail on Friday. more »

City's parking fine bonanza

CITY of Rockingham rangers launched a parking fine blitz last month issuing 244 parking fines, more than double for the same time last year. more »

WTCIC dumped

THE State Government has dumped the Western Trade Coast Industry Committee (WTCIC) just four years after it was formed. more »

Delight for seafood lovers

Chefs Josh Catalano,on Hancey and Peter Manifis are ready for the festival

SEAFOOD lovers rejoice – the Fremantle Seafood Festival is back bigger and better this weekend. more »

Polystyrene balls found in lake

Damien and Marcus Da Silva (Bibra Lake), councillor Phil Eva, Tony Ravlich and Mark Ravlich (both Spearwood), Matthew Goncalves (Spearwood)

COUNCIL staff were forced to a clean up in Spearwood yesterday morning after hundreds of polystyrene balls were found floating in the lower lake at Smart Park. more »

Weapons, drugs, found

Weapons recently seized by Kwinana Police Station officers

THE Kwinana Local Policing Team (LPT) has seized 15 weapons since the beginning of the year, at least half taken off the streets in recent weeks. more »

School repairs going ahead

Medina Primary School

CEILING repairs to four classrooms at Medina Primary School, which will cost the Department of Education $100,000, are going ahead after a piece of ceiling from one classroom fell on a five-year-old student in February. more »

Wee incident changes policy

Gilmore College

AN upper school student’s inability to access a toilet during a meal break prompted Gilmore College to flush its policy of locking up ablution blocks during class times. more »

'Significant' site threat

Blanche Loo (3yrs), Marianne Mckay, Mayesha Loo (1yr), Theresa Walley.

AN indigenous studies expert from the University of WA has backed claims that some tuarts in bushland flagged for a housing development in Kwinana are culturally significant ‘scar trees’. more »

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