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Forrest candidates number one to eight as rolls close off

The Federal candidates for Forrest were announced yesterday with voters set to order their preferences from one to eight. Greens candidate Nerilee Boshammer will top the ballot paper followed by Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party candidate Mark McCall. Forrest MHR Nola Marino will sit third on the list above Pauline …

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DJ’s show promises to be a party

In the past eight years, DJ Blake McDonald has performed all over the world, from Thailand to Norway, Fiji to Greece, and at some of Australia’s biggest music festivals. But there’s one place McDonald — better known as Boston Switch — keeps coming back to: Geraldton. Hailing from Margaret River, …

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Bugle call too hard to resist

From a young age, the bugle was calling the name of Bunbury man Brett Corkery. Mr Corkery has now been playing at Anzac services across the South West for more than 35 years. “I started off playing in the Salvation Army when I was five and when I was 12 …

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Gallipoli veteran dad honoured at dawn

Juliet Inwood’s thoughts were with her World War I veteran father when she marched for the first time at today’s Dawn Service. Mervyn Clarke, the youngest son of Bunbury’s first elected mayor Ephraim Clarke, fought at Gallipoli and the Western Front before a head injury rendered him completely blind ahead …

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Jandakot man charged after ATMs damaged across Perth

Police have charged a 40-year-old Jandakot man after a string of ATMs were damaged across Perth’s southern and western suburbs. Police allege the man damaged eight ATMs across South Perth, Subiaco, Riverton, Atwell, Morley and Bull Creek during April. He also allegedly forced his way into a shopping centre in …

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Terrific turnout for ANZAC tributes

Elise Van AkenThe Kimberley Echo Thursday, 25 April 2019 9:40AM Camera IconRepresentatives from the Kununurra Girl Guides laying their wreath at the town Cenotaph. Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link Hundreds of Kununurra residents and visitors flocked to two ceremonies in the town came to pay tribute to …

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Jason Lee urges players to quit social media over racism | Football News

Last Updated: 25/04/19 8:47pm 1:08 PFA equalities education executive Jason Lee wishes football players would wield their power by quitting social media PFA equalities education executive Jason Lee wishes football players would wield their power by quitting social media Football players should force social media companies to take stronger action …

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Some Geraldton retailers ‘blase’ on shoplifting

Retail industry leaders have welcomed a tough stance by Geraldton courts on shoplifting but have concerns businesses may be becoming complacent about the issue. The courts are coming down firmly on convicted shoplifters, adopting a “you steal, you pay more” approach. In recent proceedings, offenders have been dealt big fines …

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ANZAC REFLECTION | The West Australian

Teenagers Alex Pearce and Ryan Davies are ready to soak up the experience of playing league for their respective clubs in today’s Anzac Day game, which officially opens the new Great Southern Football League season. For the fifth time on Anzac Day, Railways and North Albany will meet in a …

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Changes aplenty for grand finalists

Railways will blood two debutants in today’s Anzac Day game and their rivals North Albany will only feature half of last year’s premiership side as the grand finalists start their 2019 campaign at Tigerland. New Tigers coach Troy Leo confirmed teenagers Ryan Davies and Sam Want have earned a league …

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