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Inside The Herald

We are very aware of our role as a local community newspaper but we require a regular monthly income to cover production and other costs.

The Herald depends on computers and software for processing emails, formatting stories and advertisements, and putting the paper together so that it is print-ready. 

We start production 10 days before publication, starting on a Monday and working through the following weekend. 

Those involved include the editor, graphic artist, office and advertising administrator, sub-editors, production staff who place articles and advertisements into newspaper templates and, proof readers. 

The Herald makes a small annual profit to enable us when necessary to buy or replace equipment – especially computers and software – so that our volunteer production team can continue to produce your award-winning local communitynewspaper. 

Articles received are considered for publication and are printed at no charge. 

Flyers for forthcoming events are not printed free of charge, as they are deemed to be advertising.

Coming Events

Where articles appear in BLUE click on the link to see more details
Emergency WA - Smoke and other Alerts
Emergency Alert advice is available HERE
Emergency Information HERE
Open Day - Saturday, March 25, 9am - 3pm. Melinda 0438 925 624
Saturday, March 25, Duigee Park, Stirling Park, St Stephen's. enquiries@
Triumph Rider World Record Bid
April 1-2, York. Lorin Sole, triumphriderswa@gmail.com
Mobile Library, Wooroloo Hall
Mundaring Public Library at Wooroloo Hall
Tuesday, April 4, 9-11am. Contact Jenny – 9290 6780
Saturday, April 8, Town Oval from 9am. See advert March issue
Anzac Day Parade
April 25. 6am Dawn Service, followed by breakfast, march and Service at 11am
Shire Art Exhibition
Sunday, April 30, Wicklow Shearing Shed 10am-3.30pm
Moondyne Festival
Sunday, May 7. Jas 0412 710 253 or
moondynecommittee@ gmail.com.au.



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