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THE Gazette wrote about the Mundaring Truffle Festival that “fewer flocked to the festival,” citing bad weather as the cause. more »
ROBERT Tickner (Campaign reignited, Gazette, August 6) says the face of civilisation was changed forever when a nuclear bomb almost incinerated Hiroshima. more »
THE face of civilisation was changed for ever when a nuclear bomb almost incinerated the Japanese city of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, instantly killing tens of thousands of people. more »
I DON’T understand how Toodyay can lose a doctor of Richard Walkey’s standards and professionalism. more »
I WAS astounded to hear from our guys working on the Great Eastern Highway in Mundaring last week that they had received verbal abuse from drivers complaining about the lane closures. more »
DOG owners walking your animal without a leash in our many beautiful areas, please be mindful to leash your dogs when you come to the many playground areas provided for children. more »
THE saddest day for Toodyay (Gazette, July 16) was avoidable. Richard Walkey is not only a much-respected doctor, but also an active member of our community. more »
PRIDE in one’s work ethic and workmanship is slowly deteriorating within all areas of our society. more »
IN response to Roger Davenport’s letter (Death and taxes, Gazette, July 23), to eliminate any further problems with regard to Mr Davenport’s body, once dead, there are possibilities. more »
DOG owners walking your animal without a leash in our many beautiful Hills areas, please be mindful to leash your dogs when you come to the many playground areas provided for children. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Dog Refuge update.