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Back to School!

It has been estimated that an average school lunchbox generates up to 30 kg of rubbish each year. Juice boxes, plastic wrap, and pre-packaged...

Dr Rhys joins the Proactive Health Chiropractic team

Dr Keith Brown is welcoming a new chiropractor to his Bullsbrook practice this month with Dr Rhys Hartmann joining the team. “As more locals have...

Just the tonic for Gingin

The town of Gingin has a passionate new ally in James Young, founder of Old Young’s Distillery and creator of the just-begging-to-be-made Gingin Gin. Winner...

Good, Clean and Fair food for all!

On 10 December the Northern Valleys Locavore Store community joined groups all over the world in celebrating Terra Madre Day 2020! Terra Madre Day...

Back to basics: dialogue punctuation

Right off the bat I’m going to say that I know that this article is only going to appeal to a niche demographic. Writers,...

Roxanne’s Dance Workshop: dancing in the streets

Roxanne’s Dance Workshop (RDW) in Gingin have been nurturing the talent of the region for nearly a quarter of century and recently showcased their...

It’s only natural

Amidst the chaotic realm of personal care products on the supermarket shelves it is a challenge to find those that are both good for...

Gin find its spiritual home in Gingin

While a gin made in Gingin may seem obvious, it took just the right person to bring it to life, a champion distiller and...

Not getting wasted this Christmas

Food waste is an ongoing issue in Australia but one we were slightly improving at until you-know-what occurred. Yes, aside from causing death, global...

15th anniversary for Chittering Incident Support Brigade

On Saturday 28 November past and present members of the Chittering Incident Support Brigade gathered to celebrate the group’s official fifteen-year anniversary and to...

Connection, conservation and creativity come together in community art project

Conservation, connection and collaboration were at the forefront of a special school holiday workshop run at Bullsbrook College in October. The purpose of the...

Girls in a league of their own

When the Australian Football League moved to introduce a women’s league, there were quiet, concerned mutterings about the move. Women’s sport has always taken...
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