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Remembrance Day project knits generations together

More than 10,000 red, white and purple hand-crocheted poppies flowed 23m down the front of the Museum of the Goldfields’ Ivanhoe headframe yesterday for Remembrance Day. The Poppies for Peace installation, consisting of a “peace” wreath and two garlands each spanning 23m, was used to commemorate the centenary of the …

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Touch of Germany raises interest in foreign language

Students at John Paul College strapped on their lederhosen and dirndls for a day of German celebrations on Friday as the students came together to celebrate the second year of learning German as a second language. Formerly offering Mandarin, JPC switched to German in 2017 with the arrival of teacher …

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Picturesque valley outlook in close-knit community

Amidst gentle winds and the heart-warming songs of local birds, a humble three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence casts its watchful gaze over the picturesque Canning Valley. Breathtaking, beautiful and brimming with life, the leafy trees, rolling hills and bloodshot skies illuminate its scenic charm. If you thought the brilliance ended there, you …

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Ready-made beachside beauty a coastal utopia

Why go through the stress of building your own home when there are coastal stunners like 17B Oliver Street on the market? Just two streets back from the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, this is the rare opportunity to own a home that could last in the family for …

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Suburb highlight: Victoria Park | The West Australian

Victoria Park transformed into a world-class entertainment precinct Nestled within the heart of a major transformation, Victoria Park certainly has more than a trick or two up its sleeve. Speaking to West Real Estate, Mayor Trevor Vaughan said billions of dollars were being invested to turn the Town of Victoria …

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Crucial thread of Vale community

Approximately 1500 people witnessed the grand opening of Stockland’s $3 million interactive outdoor leisure space Aviary Creek Park’. Held on October 27, the official opening of the park was celebrated with a vibrant Family Fun Day in a joint fundraising initiative with the Stockland Care Foundation. Resting along Hancock Avenue …

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Creative flair will boost potential

Located near world-renowned Curtin University, this home provides opportunities for a range of buyers including first-home owners and investors. With an overall neutral colour scheme, it has the potential for a creative makeover. The main area of the home has wooden flooring and the kitchen, dining and living areas flow …

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