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TRAVEL CLUB: There Are Strings Attached

Grace MillimaciThe West Australian Wednesday, 23 January 2019 11:45AM Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link There Are Strings Attached. No, it’s not a dodgy contract, it is actually the name of a performance to be presented by The West Australian’s Travel editor, Stephen Scourfield.

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Misguided city do-gooders saboteurs need to pick another fight

Farmers are the backbone of regional Australia and should be commended for putting food on our plates. But instead of being recognised for their hard work and taking huge risks, given uncontrollable factors such as the weather, farmers in the nation’s $60 billion-a-year ($155 billion, if you count closely related …

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Aussie Farms shock prompts calls to bolster trespass laws

Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud is demanding state governments review trespass laws to deter “nutters” from using an online map revealing farmers’ details to break into properties. On Monday, farmers Australia-wide vented concern about their homes and businesses being targeted by animal activists after properties’ information and details were published …

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TRAVEL CLUB: Luthier and author join forces

Grace MillimaciThe West Australian Wednesday, 23 January 2019 11:55AM Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link The West Australian’s Travel editor, Stephen Scourfield, is working on a special performance with luthier and musician Scott Wise for Perth Festival Writers Week.

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Former WA MP Barry Urban back in Perth court on fraud charges

Disgraced former West Australian Labor MP Barry Urban has appeared briefly in court on 12 fraud charges, including five counts of giving false evidence before a parliamentary committee. Urban has already pleaded not guilty to all offences and on Wednesday he had his case adjourned until March 6. He walked …

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