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DESIGN an energy solution for a Third World country was the challenge issued to schools by Curtin University. more »
THREE Kalamunda scouts have received Australian Scout Medallions – the highest honour in the movement. more »
A BALLAJURA woman is taking part in a fundraising challenge to raise money for cerebral palsy sufferers. more »
AN ability to inspire young musicians has seen Gooseberry Hill Primary School music teacher Lynda Smyth receive a National Excellence in Teaching Award. more »
CHAMPION of the deaf Neville Aitken has spent many years working for disadvantaged people in the community. more »
TWO La Salle College students are over the moon after their space-themed short film received an Animation Film Festival award last month. more »
CITY of Swan couple Amy Fitzpatrick and Joshua Hobby have returned from a six-month stint of voluntary work in East Timor after helping to make a difference in the impoverished communities of Dilli. more »
TRIXIE Aubrey has been named Enrolled Nurse of the Year (metropolitan) at the recent 2009 Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards. more »
LAURA Ryan and Jessica Gill have been named the junior hero category winners of the news.com.au national Green Awards for their Switch Off schools energy reduction competition. more »
BUSINESS students at Swan Tafe Midland campus have turned their learning into giving, raising $5050 to benefit disadvantaged children in Cambodia through a practical project. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Dog Refuge update.