NEWS

Mitchell Fwy extension land reserved

SECTIONS of roads in Carabooda and Alkimos are included in City of Wanneroo lots, which have been set aside for the future extension of...

LIFESTYLE NEWS

Olga Marshall celebrates her 100th birthday

OLGA Marshall of Ledge Point celebrated her 100th birthday on Sunday, July 9. Shire of Gingin deputy president Sam Collard visited Mrs Marshall a and...

WA Rocks comes to Yanchep

MACIE Holder of Yanchep has been busy painting and hiding rocks since she heard about WA Rocks some three weeks ago. Her mother Geralee said...

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Bethanie Beachside villas available

BETHANIE Beachside, which offers a friendly and relaxed coastal lifestyle for those who are ready to enjoy the next phase of their life, has...

Business

Passing Paws expands to Two Rocks

A NEERABUP pet cremation business says its success can be put down to four initiatives, including expanding its business to customers from Two Rocks...

Real Estate

Auctions can offer faster selling times

YANCHEP sellers struggling to sell should consider going to auction, according to the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia. Meanwhile, there are only days left...

WA economy solid but property patchy

WESTERN Australia has a solid economy, which will continue to benefit from export opportunities but the property market might take longer to recover, according...

Developer says interest in Yanchep has increased

THE developers of Capricorn Beach estate say since the state election and more recent announcement of the Yanchep rail extension the number of inquiries...

Sales and rents improve in Yanchep and Butler

SALES and rents increased in Yanchep and Butler during March, according to Real Estate Institute of WA statistics. Also in March one house sold in...

HIA says housing supply is the problem

AUSTRALIA needs supply not demand focused solutions to address national affordability challenges, according to the Housing Industry Association. The association’s deputy managing director Graham Wolfe...

Sport

Prince spoils Persian Princess’s party

PRIOR to the $100,000 Belmont Classic (2200m) the Alan Mathews-trained Persian Princes did not attract the attention of many punters. But despite starting seventh favourite and...
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