NEWS

Wanjoo Festival in Yanchep in 2018

THE Wanjoo Festival, which celebrates Aboriginal culture, community and business, will be held in Yanchep for the first time next year. Pearce MHR Christian Porter...

LIFESTYLE NEWS

Free meningococcal vaccine for teenagers

YANCHEP, Butler and Gingin teenagers can now receive the free meningococcal ACWY vaccine at their local GP clinic, making it more convenient and readily...

Birds of Tokyo set to rock Wanneroo

BIRDS of Tokyo is set to rock Wanneroo Showgrounds as the headline act for this year’s City of Wanneroo Presents Concert. Having recently won a...

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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

Time to enter Wanneroo business awards

YANCHEP and Butler businesses can enter the City of Wanneroo Business Awards with a banquet dinner to be held in November. Organised by Wanneroo Business...

Real Estate

Property gives a tick despite FBS concerns

BUTLER, Yanchep and Gingin property markets are likely to respond positively to the decision not to increase land tax and stamp duty, according to...

Yanchep land release popular

A LAND release in Yanchep has been one the most successful in the northern coastal strip this year with 64 per cent of all...

New party says foreign investors partly to blame

THERE are different views about whether allowing foreign investors to buy property in Western Australia is a benefit or not. On one hand the Australian...

New Yanchep land release of 18 lots

A NEW land release in Yanchep has 18 lots with prices ranging from $175,000 to $187,000. Capricorn Beach Estate sales agent Richard Cull said he expected...

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...

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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