Citrus Guy

Who’s that citrus guy?

If you frequent the weekend markets in the Northern Valleys, you may have already met the region’s newest citrus crusader — a man on a mission to fill local backyards with home-grown produce. Masquerading as ‘That Citrus Guy”is the affable Scott Moore, who on an ordinary weekday is production manager at Cit Trees, growing and […]

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Bindoon and Districts Agricultural Show update

The Bindoon and Districts Agricultural Show will end with a bang this year on Saturday 14 October thanks to the significant financial assistance of Tronox as major sponsor of the fireworks. The fireworks are a highlight on the Show program and commence at 8pm. The Society extends its gratitude to Tronox for their continued support. […]

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Bullsbrook United

Bullsbrook united

The transition into the next technological age brings enhanced communications but at a potential cost to those directly and indirectly impacted by new infrastructure, compromising our country lifestyle. A group of Bullsbrook hills residents and City of Swan Councillors stood united on 19 June to protest against a telecommunications tower planned on picturesque Crestmoor Pass. […]

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Collaboration and planning are in season

Growers and local business owners are invited to attend a Collaboration, Cooperation & Planning event to listen to a fantastic line up of speakers – Western Citrus Alliance chief executive officer Brett Heather,  Curtin University agricultural extension researcher John Noonan and Peter Protiano from Michael Brothers. The event, which is being organised by the Chittering […]

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All about native limes

Australia is home to six species of native citrus one of which has gained popularity recently in the culinary world. They are a unique fruit that adds classic citrus zing to a recipe and provides visual appeal to both sweet and savoury dishes. Often referred to as ‘finger limes’, the trees grow up to 5 […]

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Seniors Only Exercise Class

Seniors Only Exercise Class commencing in Calingiri

The Shire of Victoria Plains is delighted to be facilitating the provision of exercise classes designed especially for older community members, to aide in the prevention of injury and improve their general physical and mental wellbeing, thus increasing our senior’s capacity to live independently. The program has been developed as the result of community consultation […]

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Individualized Heart Health Acupuncture Clinic now available in Moora

Dr Jerzy Dyczynski (George) is a highly qualified acupuncturist, medical doctor and scientist who has over 30 years medical experience; initially as a medical physician and cardiologist, before graduating in Traditional Chinese Medicine during the early 1990’s in Beijing, China. Since immigrating to Perth in 2007 Dr Dyczynski has been practising as a holistic medical […]

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Ransomware and hacking tools

Ransomware has been making the news lately with the WannaCry and, more recently, Petya strains grabbing the headlines. These threats were dangerous because they so easily spread to unpatched computers. The reason these malware attacks were so effective was because they used a zero day exploit (called EternalBlue) that was developed for cyber attacks by […]

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Chittering Chamber welcomes new committee members at AGM

Chittering Chamber of Commerce’s 2017- 2018 committee has four fresh new faces, following the Election of Office Bearers at their annual general meeting last week. A very enjoyable, dinner was capably overseen by Chamber President, Trish Murrell, at the Lower Chittering Hall with over 60 people in attendance. After welcoming dignitaries – including the Chittering […]

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June Wallace and Reg Caldwell (winner Wallace Shield)

Gingin Golf Club

The last fixture for May was the President and Captain’s Day, a well attended event with Mark Sanders proving too good for the rest of the field. We are fortunate that members are keen to sponsor a Saturday club event and during June both Chris Bell and Paul Fewster each ran a successful day with […]

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