NEWS

Yanchep train row escalates

RESIDENTS are likely to hear a lot about the proposed Yanchep train between now and the next federal election. Transport Minister Rita Saffioti and Butler MLA...

LIFESTYLE NEWS

Halloween activities include magic show

FAMILIES can get their spook on with free fun this Halloween at Ocean Keys. The annual Monster Mash parade will see ghouls, ghosts and zombies...

No need for a licence on Gone Fishing Day

RECREATIONAL fishers in Two Rocks and Guilderton can go fishing licence-free on October 15, to mark the second-ever national Gone Fishing Day. Fisheries Minister Dave...

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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

Telstra admits to slow nbn speeds

TELSTRA has agreed to compensate about 42,000 customers for promoting and offering some of its nbn speed plans as being capable of delivering specified...

Real Estate

Outlook for first homebuyers and investors differs

FIRST homebuyers are back in the housing market but there has been a cooling of investor activity, according to the Housing Industry Association. The association’s...

Market stable as downsizers head to Yanchep

AS the property market continues to stabilise a Yanchep developer says up to 50 per cent of its recent land releasers have been bought...

Housing finance approvals up but new house sales fall

WHILE there was a big increase in the volume of new dwelling approvals in Western Australia during September new detached house sales fell by...

Land, house sales increase in Yanchep, Two Rocks

LAND and house sales in Yanchep and Two Rocks are on the increase while a survey of developers shows they think the Yanchep rail...

Calls to REIWA info service increase

TENANTS, landlords and homebuyers have made more 14,550 calls to the REIWA Information Service this year seeking clarification and assistance on a wide range...

Sport

Pounamu is no Winx but he’s doing fine

MUCHEA trainer Alan Mathews says when he arrived in WA Pounamu had the reputation of being fifth to Winx. There is no disgrace in that...
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