Vol­un­teers sought to set up fire bri­gade

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The bush­fire bri­gade needs you.

The City of Kar­ratha will hold a public meet­ing in Coun­cil Cham­bers at the City of Kar­ratha ad­min­is­tra­tion of­fice on Thurs­day, Novem­ber 3, to gauge com­mu­nity in­ter­est in set­ting up a bush­fire bri­gade based in Kar­ratha.

Any­one keen to vol­un­teer their time to help pro­tect the lo­cal com­mu­nity can come along to reg­is­ter from 6.30pm. Peo­ple will learn valu­able skills, with pro­tec­tive cloth­ing and train­ing pro­vided free of charge.

Fire­fight­ers and sup­port mem­bers will be re­quired for the bri­gade to go ahead.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Dar­rell Hutchens on 9186 8535 or email Dar­rell.hutchens@ kar­ratha.wa.gov.au. This week throws many Gem­i­nis into a more ad­ven­tur­ous mood. Sin­gles go on the prowl, and par­ties are wilder for your pres­ence. Seem­ingly, it’s all about bal­anc­ing the equa­tion. The more re­served you’ve been, the more un­in­hib­ited you be­come. Re­cent weeks haven’t been kind. But over the years, you have learnt that life turns in cy­cles, and that less than de­sir­able circumstances are top­pled by good for­tune. This week, a spe­cial sit­u­a­tion brings a spe­cial re­ward. Some­one is be­ing im­pa­tient this week be­cause they want ev­ery­thing done in dou­ble-time, so woe be­tide you if you have a few slow days or dis­agree with them. It could eas­ily be­come a week of silly spats and squab­bles — mostly about noth­ing. This week of­fers al­ready as­tute Scor­pios an even bet­ter tal­ent for sens­ing hid­den op­tions. You should also recog­nise well-timed op­por­tu­ni­ties. Fi­nances sug­gest an ex­cit­ing de­tour, as does a very close friend. Whether sin­gle or set­tled, you now crave a sense of be­long­ing. So if a spe­cial re­la­tion­ship has been marred by prob­lems, it’s time to clear the air. More im­por­tantly, ig­nore the work­load. This week, love and com­pas­sion should take pri­or­ity. If you didn’t leap at the chance for that well-de­served break last week, you must be crawl­ing to­wards the near­est bed by now. You need a bit of a recharge be­fore the next on­slaught of work be­gins.

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