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Youth hope for Anzac legacy

Involvement of school-aged children in official ceremonies will not only keep the legacy of our Anzacs alive but grow it. That is the message from members of the Narrogin RSL sub-branch. “I believe by using the younger generation, we’re going to keep the Anzac legacy alive,” president Ries Chattillon said. …

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Bravo for farmers as super-apple harvest starts

WA’s 2019 Bravo apple harvest has kicked off, with the premium apples now available in retail outlets. Hailed as a WA success story, the dark burgundy apples with crisp juicy flesh retail for between $7 and $10 a kilogram, or about $2 each, depending on the outlet. WA Farm Direct …

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Yowie on the nose with raider

The Melbourne-based investment company gunning for Yowie Group has questioned the WA-founded chocolate maker’s prospects of returning to profit without a board revamp and accelerated cost cuts. Releasing its bidder’s statement yesterday, Keybridge Capital lashed Yowie as a company burdened with “systemic issues at a board, management and operations level”. …

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Forrests combine foods for $7m profit

Andrew and Nicola Forrest have brought their agri-food businesses, including Harvey Beef and six pastoral stations, into the Harvest Road Group, resulting in a headline surge in profits to almost $7 million in the year to June 2018. Financial reports lodged with the corporate regulator this month said the group …

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Mincor invites offers for Widgiemooltha project

Nickel hopeful Mincor Resources is looking to put its short-lived dalliance with gold to one side, inviting offers for its Widgiemooltha gold project as it looks to sharpen its tools for a potential restart of its Kambalda nickel mines. The company, which shut a series of historic nickel mines in …

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Last Post a proud moment

As the first rays of sunlight hit Mt Clarence this morning, Albany’s Justin Laing might have been thinking of his veteran grandfather. The musician, who will sound the Last Post at this year’s dawn service, said his “Pop” was his link to the Anzac legend. Mr Laing’s grandfather, an air …

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