Andrew Mathews’ one-man war on weed

Andrew Mathews is a man on a mission. He wants to warn people about a plant he calls “the coronavirus of weeds” and what he describes as its potential to devastate our environment.

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Highlands residents prepare for bushfires

“Be prepared, make a plan, talk about it,” was Hester Brook Volunteer Fire Brigade Captain, Craig White’s, message to a bushfire skills and awareness workshop at the brigade’s Highlands Estate station on Saturday.

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More medals for The Cidery

Two silver medals at this year’s Perth Royal Beer Awards are just the latest accolades for The Cidery and its talented brewer, Mark Hollett.

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Weed workshop offers practical advice

Weeds are a blight on Australia’s natural environment and agricultural production, costing our farmers around $1.5 billion each year to control and another $2.5 billion in lost production.

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Tourist railway for Bridgetown?

Getting lithium deliveries off the roads and onto rail could also see the opening of a tourist rail line on the existing line between Bunbury and Bridgetown if the plans of the Balingup Rail Group come to fruition.

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Recycling system is no small change

Containers for Change promises to improve recycling, reduce pollution and raise funds for local community groups, and it’s coming to the Bridgetown tip on the 1st of October.

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No change planned for school bus accident route

The Public Transport Authority (PTA) has no plans to change anything about the school bus route down Lefroy Road in the Highlands Estate despite Monday’s accident which saw one student slightly injured and others shaken up.

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Walk in the park was a doggone drama

A relaxing walk in the park with his dog turned into a doggone drama for Nelson Street resident Bob Howe on Friday, July 3 in a situation, he said, that should never have happened.

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