Friday 20th October, 2017

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Parts of Mitchell Fwy to be closed for maintenance works

Wanneroo Times

SECTIONS of the Mitchell Freeway will close as part of Main Roads' new approach to maintenance works. Southbound lanes between Hodges Drive and Whitfords Avenue ...

Darlington man waiting for take-off clearance for massive radio controlled model 747

Wanneroo Times

Andrew Herzfeld with the Boeing 747 model aircraft he has built. The maiden flight will take place at a full size airfield in Wagin or ...

Joondalup tradie looking forward to a sleep in after $2 million Lotto win

Wanneroo Times

A TRADIE from Joondalup is WA's 54th division one Lotto winner for the year, claiming more than $2 million in Saturday Lotto. The winning ticket ...

City of Wanneroo to pick up $100,000 shortfall for Madeley CCTV cameras

Wanneroo Times

CITY of Wanneroo is spending $100,000 on security cameras in Madeley after Federal funding fell short. Last September it received a $207,700 grant to install ...

It's meant to be a national energy plan &- but WA's position is unclear

ABC Australia

WA The Federal Government's flagship new energy plan was signed off by the Coalition partyroom this week with great fanfare -- but there's growing uncertainty ...

PathWest mistakes in six cases, but WA Government confident no wrongful convictions

720 ABC Perth

Perth 6000 An inquiry into the state-run pathology service, PathWest, has found 11 anomalous results in six of the criminal cases it examined, but the ...

Hayley Dodd murder trial: Accused reluctant to contact police about movements, court told

720 ABC Perth

Perth 6000 The man accused of murdering Hayley Dodd was "not particularly eager" to call police when a friend told him 18 years ago the ...

Forrestfield Airport Link toxic soil dump creates headache for WA Government

720 ABC Perth

Forrestfield 6058 It's a million-tonne headache for a $2 billion project: a giant pile of soil contaminated with toxic fire-fighting chemicals the WA Government doesn't ...

Bee swarm in Perth city centre closes Murray Street, 20,000 insects estimated

720 ABC Perth

Perth 6000 A swarm of bees has descended on one of Perth's main city streets, with a number of shops closed as beekeepers try to ...

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FLOTUS body double conspiracy drives the internet nuts

WASHINGTON, U.S. - A conspiracy theory, laid out by a Facebook user went viral with over 100,000 shares from users worldwide.The bizarre conspiracy theory mentioned ...

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